Crane Load Test - JRL (Solicitation Extended)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Baltimore District, will procure Crane Load Test Services for the
Jennings Randolph Lake Project, Elk Garden, West Virginia as further detailed in the Statement of Work.
This solicitation will result in one award based on lowest price technical accepted as best meets the needs of the
Government. The proposed contract will have a period of performance of 2 Months.
Site visit is not mandatory for award. The Government will not reimburse any cost incurred.
The proposed contract is Unrestricted. All responsible, qualified small businesses may submit an offer which will
be considered by the Baltimore District Corps of Engineers. The North American Industry Classification System
(NAICS) code is 333923 with a size standard of 1,250 employees, PSC code 3950. Offerors shall be registered at
the System for Award Management (www.sam.gov) to be eligible for award. To register you will need your
DUNS/UEI number. https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM. Instructions for registering are on the website.
The Contractor shall provide all necessary equipment, staff, labor, supervision, materials, and supplies to complete
The Contractor will provide all equipment, weights, riggers, and labor to load test two 20-
ton cranes in the intake tower @ 125% equal to 50,000lbs. Both cranes on located in the intake tower, one 20-ton
overhead crane is on floor level 1514 and the 20-ton end pivot JIB is at the bottom of the tower at level 1289. The
weights will have to be lowered to the bottom of the tower by the top crane after it has been tested. The test cannot be
done with water bag weights. There is not enough room for water bags weights in the bottom of the tower. The load
test will meet local statutory requirements for load testing and the frequency of this test set by regulatory jurisdiction.
Visual inspection to confirm existence and correctness of crane capacity markings and labels. Operational test of the
crane by checking all motions with low speed and maximum speed without load. Load test for the hoist by lifting the
nominal load off the ground and ensuring all gears rotate 360 degrees. Load test for the brake by lowering the nominal
load, stopping, and verifying brake holds the load. Load test for traveling machinery by moving crane and trolley with
nominal load to all extreme positions to check for abnormalities