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Solicitation - Hydraulic System Replacement, Pike Island Locks and Dam   2

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UPDATE: 30 November 2022 - Documents from Site Visit on 30 November 2022 In-Person Site Visit added, to include Agenda and Site Visit Sign-In Sheet. Bid due date and time remain unchanged.

UPDATE: 23 November 2022 - Documents from Site Visit on 23 November 2022 In-Person Site Visit added, to include Agenda, Contracting Discuss, Site Visit Sign-In Sheet, and U.S. Department of Labor Resources. Bid due date and time remain unchanged.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, has a project that involves the replacement of the central hydraulic system for the Main and Auxiliary Lock Chambers at Pike Island Locks and Dam, Ohio River, West Virginia. The contract will include a new four-corner hydraulic system for each lock chamber consisting of Hydraulic Power Units (HPUs) for the miter gates and culvert filling/emptying valves. The new HPUs shall be located in new precast buildings at the following locations: ?Two (2) HPUs on the river wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. ?Two (2) HPUs on the middle wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. In addition, the two HPUs on the middle wall are for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber miter gates. The modified four-corner system reduces the number of HPUs on the middle wall from four to two. ?Two (2) HPUs on the land wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. The contract specifically includes: a.Installation of new power, control, and fiber optic cables for the six (6) HPUs. Includes modifying the existing control stations in each control shelter for the addition of the new HPUs and miter gate controls. Includes installation of a new operator control station in the middle wall Operations Building. b. Furnishing and installation of six (6) HPUs, stainless steel hydraulic piping,

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UPDATE: 30 November 2022 - Documents from Site Visit on 30 November 2022 In-Person Site Visit added, to include Agenda and Site Visit Sign-In Sheet. Bid due date and time remain unchanged.

UPDATE: 23 November 2022 - Documents from Site Visit on 23 November 2022 In-Person Site Visit added, to include Agenda, Contracting Discuss, Site Visit Sign-In Sheet, and U.S. Department of Labor Resources. Bid due date and time remain unchanged.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, has a project that involves the replacement of the central hydraulic system for the Main and Auxiliary Lock Chambers at Pike Island Locks and Dam, Ohio River, West Virginia. The contract will include a new four-corner hydraulic system for each lock chamber consisting of Hydraulic Power Units (HPUs) for the miter gates and culvert filling/emptying valves. The new HPUs shall be located in new precast buildings at the following locations: ?Two (2) HPUs on the river wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. ?Two (2) HPUs on the middle wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. In addition, the two HPUs on the middle wall are for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber miter gates. The modified four-corner system reduces the number of HPUs on the middle wall from four to two. ?Two (2) HPUs on the land wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. The contract specifically includes: a.Installation of new power, control, and fiber optic cables for the six (6) HPUs. Includes modifying the existing control stations in each control shelter for the addition of the new HPUs and miter gate controls. Includes installation of a new operator control station in the middle wall Operations Building. b. Furnishing and installation of six (6) HPUs, stainless steel hydraulic piping, and hydraulic oil. c. Furnishing and installation of six (6) precast buildings which includes raised concrete pads, power distribution equipment, associated electronics and hardware, and new utility trench covers in various areas of the lock. d. Furnishing and installation of new Motor Control Center (MCC) distribution equipment. e. Demolition and disposal of existing central hydraulic system located in the middle wall Operations Building. This includes all motors, pumps, reservoir, filters, associated piping, and proper disposal of hydraulic oil. f. Demolition and removal of all existing central hydraulic oil lines on the river, middle, and land walls. This includes all lines for pressure and return to each miter gate and culvert valve cylinder. Removal and proper disposal of hydraulic oil and components will be required. Removal and proper disposal of electrical equipment will be required. Ferrous and all other construction waste material will be disposed of at commercially permitted facilities licensed to accept waste or recyclable materials as applicable. Construction work will occur in close proximity to waterway traffic and operating lock and dam gates. The existing lock chambers and dams are currently operated and staffed by Government personnel 24 hours a day 365 days of the year. Lock closures for installation and testing of new equipment will be required to be minimal and at the approval of Government.

*Visit the following site for further details and Bid Submission:

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, intends to procure a construction contract that involves the replacement of the central hydraulic system for the Main and Auxiliary Lock Chambers at Pike Island Locks and Dam, Ohio County, West Virginia. The contract will include a new four-corner hydraulic system for each lock chamber consisting of Hydraulic Power Units (HPUs) for the miter gates and culvert filling/emptying valves. The new HPUs shall be located in new precast buildings at the following three (3) locations:

  1. Two (2) HPUs on the river wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates.
  2. Two (2) HPUs on the middle wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. In addition, the two HPUs on the middle wall are for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber miter gates. The modified four-corner system reduces the number of HPUs on the middle wall from four to two.
  3. Two (2) HPUs on the land wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber culvert valves and miter gates.

The requirement specifically includes:

  1. Installation of new power, control, and fiber optic cables for the six (6) HPUs. Includes modifying the existing control stations in each control shelter for the addition of the new HPUs and miter gate controls. Includes installation of a new operator control station in the middle wall Operations Building.
  2. Furnishing and installation of six (6) HPUs, stainless steel hydraulic piping, and hydraulic oil.
  3. Furnishing and installation of six (6) precast buildings which includes raised concrete pads, power distribution equipment, associated electronics and hardware, and new utility trench covers in various areas of the lock.
  4. Furnishing and installation of new Motor Control Center (MCC) distribution equipment.
  5. Demolition and
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, intends to procure a construction contract that involves the replacement of the central hydraulic system for the Main and Auxiliary Lock Chambers at Pike Island Locks and Dam, Ohio County, West Virginia. The contract will include a new four-corner hydraulic system for each lock chamber consisting of Hydraulic Power Units (HPUs) for the miter gates and culvert filling/emptying valves. The new HPUs shall be located in new precast buildings at the following three (3) locations:

  1. Two (2) HPUs on the river wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates.
  2. Two (2) HPUs on the middle wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of Main Chamber culvert valves and miter gates. In addition, the two HPUs on the middle wall are for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber miter gates. The modified four-corner system reduces the number of HPUs on the middle wall from four to two.
  3. Two (2) HPUs on the land wall; one upstream and one downstream for operation of the Auxiliary Chamber culvert valves and miter gates.

The requirement specifically includes:

  1. Installation of new power, control, and fiber optic cables for the six (6) HPUs. Includes modifying the existing control stations in each control shelter for the addition of the new HPUs and miter gate controls. Includes installation of a new operator control station in the middle wall Operations Building.
  2. Furnishing and installation of six (6) HPUs, stainless steel hydraulic piping, and hydraulic oil.
  3. Furnishing and installation of six (6) precast buildings which includes raised concrete pads, power distribution equipment, associated electronics and hardware, and new utility trench covers in various areas of the lock.
  4. Furnishing and installation of new Motor Control Center (MCC) distribution equipment.
  5. Demolition and disposal of existing central hydraulic system located in the middle wall Operations Building. This includes all motors, pumps, reservoir, filters, associated piping, and proper disposal of hydraulic oil.
  6. Demolition and removal of all existing central hydraulic oil lines on the river, middle, and land walls. This includes all lines for pressure and return to each miter gate and culvert valve cylinder.

Removal and proper disposal of hydraulic oil and components will be required. Removal and proper disposal of electrical equipment will be required. Ferrous and all other construction waste material will be disposed of at commercially permitted facilities licensed to accept waste or recyclable materials as applicable.

Construction work will occur in close proximity to waterway traffic and operating lock and dam gates. The existing lock chambers and dams are currently operated and staffed by Government personnel 24 hours a day 365 days of the year.

Lock closures for installation and testing of new equipment will be required to be minimal and at the approval of Government.

The work shall be completed within 730 calendar days after written Notice to Proceed.

In accordance with FAR 36.204 and DFARS 236.204, the estimated magnitude of this construction project is: Between $5,000,000.00 to $10,000,000.00.

The solicitation number is W911WN23B8005 and will be issued as an Invitation for Bid (IFB), 100% Small Business Set-Aside. The IFB will result in the award of a single firm fixed price (FFP) contract. The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code for this procurement is 237990 “Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction”, with a small business size standard is $39.5 Million

All *responsible offerors are encouraged to participate. The IFB will be issued on or about 10 November 2022, online through Procurement Integrated Enterprise Environment (PIEE) which posts the opportunity to SAM.gov; therefore, requests for hardcopies of the solicitation package will not be honored.

*Responsible means a contractor that meets the standards in FAR 9.104 - available at https://www.acquisition.gov

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OVERVIEW

Solicitation Number
W911WN23B8005
Response Deadline
Dec. 15, 2022, 11:00 a.m. EST (originally: Dec. 15, 2022, 10 a.m.)
Posted
Nov. 30, 2022, 2:35 p.m. EST (originally: Nov. 15, 2022, 3:08 p.m.)
Set Aside
SBA
Place of Performance
Not Provided
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SAM
PRIMARY CONTACT
  Profile
Title
None
Name
MICHAEL BOYD
Email
michael.w.boyd@usace.army.mil
Phone
4123957114
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. 30, 2022
Archive Date
Nov. 22, 2023