Planning and Programming Architect/Engineering virtual industry day date change, now set for March 10

Huntsville Center Public Affairs
Published Feb. 16, 2021

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville has scheduled a virtual industry day event from 1-3 p.m. March 10 to provide industry with information regarding the Center’s Planning and Programming Architect/Engineering indefinite delivery contract.

Huntsville Center representatives will answer questions concerning the requirement and provide information to support the acquisition approach and receive buy-in from industry.

The virtual industry day also provides networking opportunities, and small business participation is encouraged to increase the visibility of potential small business opportunities.

The agenda consists of an overview of the scope of work, planned acquisition strategy, tips and best practices for small businesses, and a question and answer session.

Huntsville Center’s objective is to procure contractors who have the capability to support multiple task orders simultaneously at various geographical locations throughout the contiguous United States and outside the contiguous United States.

Huntsville Center seeks to identify capable small and large business sources under the anticipated North American Industry Classification System 541310, Architectural Services. The small business size standard is $8 million.

The Planning and Programming Architect/Engineering services contract provides technical support for the planning, programming, and installation/facility management of real property in support of Department of Defense and other government agencies and activities.

Technical support includes but is not limited to: master planning; identifying and quantifying facility requirements; engineering analyses; geospatial projects; facility management support; facility utilization studies; land use requirements studies and analyses; environmental documentation; energy studies and project programming and procurement documents. 

Full design, construction and repair services are excluded from this acquisition. Provide a proof of facility concept analysis and development of conceptual plans (15%).  Conceptual plans would establish proof of concept of the facility in question.

Huntsville Center intends to award a firm, fixed-price, multiple award task order contract/indefinite delivery contract with a proposed aggregate capacity of $160 million shared among all awardees. A five-year contract with a period of performance consisting of one, two-year base and one three-year option period.

To register for the event, send email to the event manager.

Event Manager

Release no. 21-002