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CI / CRAISL-CI251/ DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT AROUND THE TRUCK LOADING SHED

Type: Forecast

Overview

Description
The existing truck loading facility drainage is deficient and the area floods during heavy rain events. A construction project in 2013 changed the drainage path from the area around the truck loading stand. The modification resulted in restricted flow from the area and caused the current flooding problem. The basic problem is the open ditch elevation, along the roadway, is not low enough to allow rain water to flow out of the area. To correct this the open ditch needs to be replaced with buried drainage culvert. The underground culverts and open drainage ditches need to be modified and re-graded to allow proper flow in order to drain the area. This will require installing new underground drain piping, road culverts, drop inlets, and paving repairs where road cuts are made. The length of new drainage piping is approximately 900 feet and there are three road crossings.Current situation requires the area be manually pumped out to keep the truck loading area dry. When the area is not dry loading trucks is not possible.
Est. Value
<$2,000,000
Est. Award Date
Q4 2024
Source Est. Solicitation Date
Q4 2024
Set Aside
Sole-Source
Pricing
Fixed-Price
Forecast Type
New
Naval Facilities Engineering Command is forecasted to issue a new procurement for CI / CRAISL-CI251/ DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT AROUND THE TRUCK LOADING SHED around Q4 2024 worth up to $2,000,000.

Agency

Source Level 1 Agency
Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Source Level 2 Agency
NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic
Source Level 3 Agency
N40085

Contacts

Point of Contact
TBD
Point of Contact Email
tbd
SBA Advisor
NAVFACOSBP@us.navy.mil

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Additional Detail

Date Published
12/14/23
Date Modified
12/14/23
Additional Notes
IDIQ - Construction and Sole Source