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Solicitation - Concrete Batch Plant Site Development at Montgomery Locks and Dam in Beaver County, PA   2

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The Concrete Batch Plant Site Development consists of the following work tasks and activities: a. Furnish and Install all related erosion and sedimentation controls(E-SC), stormwater management controls, stormwater drainage facilities, including site perimeter bypass flow channel(s), sediment basin / stormwater pond, all related perimeter and in-pad piping, inlets, and outflow aprons and pipe connections, and temporary fencing. b. Perform all related tree cutting, clearing and grubbing, demolition, excavation, providing and installing additional soil (if needed) to rough-grade the site and proper, legal removal and disposal of unacceptable material from the site. c. Provide a compacted aggregate (gravel) final graded surface and perform final grading of the site to the elevations required. d. Remove all related security and protective fencing from above esplanade sloped area, store material that is reusable and provide new (perimeter) fencing of the type and form where shown on contract drawings. e. Provide retaining wall structures along two alignments, to support the developed site, consisting of:(1) One approximately 920 foot long, 12+/- foot high, post and panel retaining wall and transitions to grade along the south side of the site. (2) One approximately 785 foot long, 14+/- foot tall post and panel retaining wall and associated soil anchors, associated access stairways and ramps, and transitions to grade, along the north side of the site (within an existing area of sloped concrete pavers), and removal and replacement of concrete lined ditch and base of wall. f. Provide reinforced concrete transformer pads and accessory items (including all noted conduit penetrations, conduit, grounding, elbows, secondary duct bank, electrical vault) on the site, where designated. Included with the electrical work is continuous SECTION 01 11 00 Page 2100% CERTIFIED FINAL - W911WN23B8001 Montgomery Locks and Dam Concrete Batch Plant Site Development coordination with local

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The Concrete Batch Plant Site Development consists of the following work tasks and activities: a. Furnish and Install all related erosion and sedimentation controls(E-SC), stormwater management controls, stormwater drainage facilities, including site perimeter bypass flow channel(s), sediment basin / stormwater pond, all related perimeter and in-pad piping, inlets, and outflow aprons and pipe connections, and temporary fencing. b. Perform all related tree cutting, clearing and grubbing, demolition, excavation, providing and installing additional soil (if needed) to rough-grade the site and proper, legal removal and disposal of unacceptable material from the site. c. Provide a compacted aggregate (gravel) final graded surface and perform final grading of the site to the elevations required. d. Remove all related security and protective fencing from above esplanade sloped area, store material that is reusable and provide new (perimeter) fencing of the type and form where shown on contract drawings. e. Provide retaining wall structures along two alignments, to support the developed site, consisting of:(1) One approximately 920 foot long, 12+/- foot high, post and panel retaining wall and transitions to grade along the south side of the site. (2) One approximately 785 foot long, 14+/- foot tall post and panel retaining wall and associated soil anchors, associated access stairways and ramps, and transitions to grade, along the north side of the site (within an existing area of sloped concrete pavers), and removal and replacement of concrete lined ditch and base of wall. f. Provide reinforced concrete transformer pads and accessory items (including all noted conduit penetrations, conduit, grounding, elbows, secondary duct bank, electrical vault) on the site, where designated. Included with the electrical work is continuous SECTION 01 11 00 Page 2100% CERTIFIED FINAL - W911WN23B8001 Montgomery Locks and Dam Concrete Batch Plant Site Development coordination with local power company and maintaining existing electrical service to esplanade during all construction operations for the duration of the period of performance of the contract. g. Construct approximately 215 feet of a 24-foot wide access driveway to the site from an existing adjacent paved roadway (Montgomery Dam Road). h. Rehabilitate approximately 175 feet of existing access roadway (Montgomery Dam Road) leading to the esplanade, including road widening, milling, leveling, paving, removal of old and installation of new guide rail, traffic control. i. Perform all work related to meet other regulatory / permit requirements. j. Construct, transport, place and anchor 29 large and small brush reef bundles using approved tree and brush material from site Clearing and Grubbing Operations. (1) Transport large and small brush reef bundles from the site location to the Montgomery Slough located across the Ohio River from the Montgomery lock and just upstream of the Montgomery Dam. (2) Method of transportation used to Montgomery Slough shall be approved by the Contracting Officer or designated representative.

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Contract Synopsis

Site Development/Preparation for a Concrete Batch Plant
Montgomery Locks & Dam – Ohio River
Beaver County, Pennsylvania

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, has a project that consists of all related site work associated with the construction of a graded pad and access that would be available for use for future construction of a concrete batch plant and aggregate storage and preparation facilities associated with the future construction of the Montgomery Locks and Dam New River chamber, including but not limited to the following items:

1. Construct all related erosion and sedimentation controls (E&SC) including sediment pond, stormwater management controls and drainage facilities, including bypass flow channels, inlets, pipes, and discharge aprons.

2. Perform all related site demolition and excess fill removal and disposal from the site, clearing and grubbing, excavation, providing additional fill (if needed) to rough-grade the site,

3. Provide an approximately 3.5-acre compacted aggregate (gravel) graded pad surface, including delineation guiderail and access stairs and platform(s), and graded gravel access driveway and guiderail from an existing paved roadway (Montgomery Dam Road) to the pad and perform final grading of the site to the elevations required,

4. Provide retaining wall structures along two alignments to support the developed site, consisting of:

a. One approximately 1,300 foot long, 10+/- foot high, post and panel retaining wall with timber lagging along the south side of the site,
b. One approximately 1,000 foot long, 12+/- foot tall post and panel retaining wall with concrete panel lagging and two rows of soil anchors, along the north side of the site (adjacent to the esplanade).

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Contract Synopsis

Site Development/Preparation for a Concrete Batch Plant
Montgomery Locks & Dam – Ohio River
Beaver County, Pennsylvania

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, has a project that consists of all related site work associated with the construction of a graded pad and access that would be available for use for future construction of a concrete batch plant and aggregate storage and preparation facilities associated with the future construction of the Montgomery Locks and Dam New River chamber, including but not limited to the following items:

1. Construct all related erosion and sedimentation controls (E&SC) including sediment pond, stormwater management controls and drainage facilities, including bypass flow channels, inlets, pipes, and discharge aprons.

2. Perform all related site demolition and excess fill removal and disposal from the site, clearing and grubbing, excavation, providing additional fill (if needed) to rough-grade the site,

3. Provide an approximately 3.5-acre compacted aggregate (gravel) graded pad surface, including delineation guiderail and access stairs and platform(s), and graded gravel access driveway and guiderail from an existing paved roadway (Montgomery Dam Road) to the pad and perform final grading of the site to the elevations required,

4. Provide retaining wall structures along two alignments to support the developed site, consisting of:

a. One approximately 1,300 foot long, 10+/- foot high, post and panel retaining wall with timber lagging along the south side of the site,
b. One approximately 1,000 foot long, 12+/- foot tall post and panel retaining wall with concrete panel lagging and two rows of soil anchors, along the north side of the site (adjacent to the esplanade).

5. Provide approximately 1,000 feet of new temporary fencing with gates along south retaining wall, connecting to existing fencing on government property.
6. Provide reinforced concrete electrical transformer pads (with appropriate conduit penetrations, duct bank, and concrete electrical vault) on the US Government property portion of the site, where designated.

7. Construct both large and small brush reef structures (bundles) using on-site brush and trees, transporting, placing and anchoring the bundles at designated locations of the Montgomery Slough.
8. Perform all work related to meet other existing third-party agreements, applicable, binding regulatory requirements or other negotiated permits or third-party requirements.

The work shall be completed within 560 calendar days after written Notice to Proceed. In accordance with DFARS 236.204(ii), the estimated magnitude of construction is between $10,000,000 and $25,000,000.

The acquisition will be procured as Full and Open Competition with a 10% HubZone Preference per FAR PART 52.219-4. The resulting award will be for one (1) Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) Contract. All responsible Bidders are encouraged to participate. The Invitation for Bid (IFB) will be issued on or about 15 September 2022, online through Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE) which posts the opportunity to SAM.gov; therefore, requests for hardcopies of the solicitation will not be honored.

The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code for this acquisition is
238910 – Site Preparation Contractors. The Small Business Size Standard for this NAICS Code is $16,500,000.00.

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Solicitation Number
W911WN23B8001
Response Deadline
Jan. 10, 2023, 11:00 a.m. EST
Posted
Nov. 23, 2022, 2:44 p.m. EST
Set Aside
None
Place of Performance
Not Provided
Source
SAM
PRIMARY CONTACT
  Profile
Title
None
Name
Gregory Sies
Email
gregory.m.sies@usace.army.mil
Phone
4123957278
Fax
None
SECONDARY CONTACT
None

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Source Agency Hierarchy
DEPT OF DEFENSE>DEPT OF THE ARMY>USACE>LRD>US ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT PITTSBURG
Last Updated
Nov. 23, 2022
Archive Date
March 31, 2023