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Amendment #4, dated 9/23/2022 (see attached Am-0004 for details)

Amendment #3, dated 9/16/2022 (see attached Am-0003_Div00 and Am-0003_Div01 for details)

Amendment #2, dated 9/8/2022 (see attached Am-0002 for details)

Drawings (Reissued) for Amendment #1, dated 8/31/2022 (See attached Drawings (Reissued) for details).

Amendment #1, dated 8/29/2022 (See attached Am-0001 Div00 and Am-0001 Div00 for details)

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The Cadet Field House (Field House) provides direct support to the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) four pillars - Academics, Military, Athletics, and Character Development. The Field House provides the athletic training platform for the 4000+ Cadets assigned to USAFA. Athletic training, conditioning and competition are core components of the development of commissioned officers for the Air Force. The second lieutenants leaving the Air Force Academy each May are foundational to the Air Force, the Air Force mission and defense of the nation. The Field House is one of two primary facilities available to cadets for 10 mandatory physical education (PE) courses or 5 PE credits required to qualify for graduation. In this capacity, the Field House plays a vital role in USAFA scholastic accreditation and compliance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I standards. In addition, the Field House is a vital and key facility for USAFA in fulfilling commitments to the Mountain West Athletic Conference. The Mountain West Athletic Conference affiliation requires USAFA to provide NCAA approved facilities for varsity men’s and women’s basketball, track and ice hockey. All are provided by the Field House. The Clune basketball arena seats approximately 6,000, the hockey arena seats approximately 2,500 and the multipurpose arena seats approximately 1,000. The facility is also the backup location

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Amendment #4, dated 9/23/2022 (see attached Am-0004 for details)

Amendment #3, dated 9/16/2022 (see attached Am-0003_Div00 and Am-0003_Div01 for details)

Amendment #2, dated 9/8/2022 (see attached Am-0002 for details)

Drawings (Reissued) for Amendment #1, dated 8/31/2022 (See attached Drawings (Reissued) for details).

Amendment #1, dated 8/29/2022 (See attached Am-0001 Div00 and Am-0001 Div00 for details)

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The Cadet Field House (Field House) provides direct support to the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) four pillars - Academics, Military, Athletics, and Character Development. The Field House provides the athletic training platform for the 4000+ Cadets assigned to USAFA. Athletic training, conditioning and competition are core components of the development of commissioned officers for the Air Force. The second lieutenants leaving the Air Force Academy each May are foundational to the Air Force, the Air Force mission and defense of the nation. The Field House is one of two primary facilities available to cadets for 10 mandatory physical education (PE) courses or 5 PE credits required to qualify for graduation. In this capacity, the Field House plays a vital role in USAFA scholastic accreditation and compliance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I standards. In addition, the Field House is a vital and key facility for USAFA in fulfilling commitments to the Mountain West Athletic Conference. The Mountain West Athletic Conference affiliation requires USAFA to provide NCAA approved facilities for varsity men’s and women’s basketball, track and ice hockey. All are provided by the Field House. The Clune basketball arena seats approximately 6,000, the hockey arena seats approximately 2,500 and the multipurpose arena seats approximately 1,000. The facility is also the backup location for the cadet graduation should weather conditions not allow graduation to be held at the Falcon Football Stadium.

The repair of the Field House is programmed for three distinct phases. Upon completion of the final phase, all major components inside and outside of the facility will have been renovated. Phasing of the work at the Field House is critical to success of the project(s). Portions of the Field House must remain in operation during periods of work to accommodate both NCAA activities, intermurals and PE classes. Phasing of the repairs was determined in conjunction with the Athletic Department to limit disruptions to Field House activities, including but not limited to basketball games, hockey games, track events, Parents Weekend, Graduation, and summer sports camps. Additionally, considerations had to be made to limit disruptions to permanent party offices. A Value Engineering Study completed by USACE in 2016 further evaluated constructibility of each phase, resulting in the final phasing of the repairs. Each phase will result in a complete and usable facility.

Completion of the project will support compliance with the rigorous athletic training to include NCAA Division I standards. The Air Force
Academy’s purpose is developing women and men to lead as officers in the United States Air Force. USAFA focuses efforts on producing leaders of character – officers who, above all, exemplify the Air Force’s core values of Integrity First, Service Before Self and Excellence In All We Do. Building on the foundation of integrity, USAFA forges cadets, through academic, military and athletic training, into resilient, innovative airmen, who understand and appreciate the full spectrum application of airpower in air, space and cyberspace and are able to operate and lead in the most challenging environments. This project to repair and renovate the Field House supports the athletic training to provide the next generation of Air Force leaders with the best available facilities. The mission of the USAFA Athletic Department is to “Provide a world class environment to prepare and motivate leaders of character through athletic training, testing and competition.”

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Pre-Solicitation Notice

Solicitation W9128F22R0018, Cadet Field House Phase 3-Construciton, Air Force Academy, CO.

This solicitation is UNRESTRICTED and open to both large and small businesses.

A site visit for the project will be held. Provisions in the solicitation documents will provide detailed information (meeting place, time, points of contact, and access requirements). See SITE VISIT in solicitation Section 00 21 00.

DO NOT submit requests for plans and specifications. See ‘Obtaining Solicitation Documents’ below.

Project Description:

The Cadet Field House (Field House) provides direct support to the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) four pillars - Academics, Military, Athletics, and Character Development. The Field House provides the athletic training platform for the 4000+ Cadets assigned to USAFA. Athletic training, conditioning and competition are core components of the development of commissioned officers for the Air Force. The second lieutenants leaving the Air Force Academy each May are foundational to the Air Force, the Air Force mission and defense of the nation. The Field House is one of two primary facilities available to cadets for 10 mandatory physical education (PE) courses or 5 PE credits required to qualify for graduation. In this capacity, the Field House plays a vital role in USAFA scholastic accreditation and compliance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I standards. In addition, the Field House is a vital and key facility for USAFA in fulfilling commitments to the Mountain West Athletic Conference. The Mountain West Athletic Conference affiliation requires USAFA to provide NCAA approved facilities for varsity men’s and women’s basketball, track and ice hockey. All are provided by the Field House. The Clune basketball arena seats approximately 6,000, the hockey arena seats approximately 2,500 and the multipurpose arena seats

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Pre-Solicitation Notice

Solicitation W9128F22R0018, Cadet Field House Phase 3-Construciton, Air Force Academy, CO.

This solicitation is UNRESTRICTED and open to both large and small businesses.

A site visit for the project will be held. Provisions in the solicitation documents will provide detailed information (meeting place, time, points of contact, and access requirements). See SITE VISIT in solicitation Section 00 21 00.

DO NOT submit requests for plans and specifications. See ‘Obtaining Solicitation Documents’ below.

Project Description:

The Cadet Field House (Field House) provides direct support to the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) four pillars - Academics, Military, Athletics, and Character Development. The Field House provides the athletic training platform for the 4000+ Cadets assigned to USAFA. Athletic training, conditioning and competition are core components of the development of commissioned officers for the Air Force. The second lieutenants leaving the Air Force Academy each May are foundational to the Air Force, the Air Force mission and defense of the nation. The Field House is one of two primary facilities available to cadets for 10 mandatory physical education (PE) courses or 5 PE credits required to qualify for graduation. In this capacity, the Field House plays a vital role in USAFA scholastic accreditation and compliance with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I standards. In addition, the Field House is a vital and key facility for USAFA in fulfilling commitments to the Mountain West Athletic Conference. The Mountain West Athletic Conference affiliation requires USAFA to provide NCAA approved facilities for varsity men’s and women’s basketball, track and ice hockey. All are provided by the Field House. The Clune basketball arena seats approximately 6,000, the hockey arena seats approximately 2,500 and the multipurpose arena seats approximately 1,000. The facility is also the backup location for the cadet graduation should weather conditions not allow graduation to be held at the Falcon Football Stadium.

The repair of the Field House is programmed for three distinct phases. Upon completion of the final phase, all major components inside and outside of the facility will have been renovated. Phasing of the work at the Field House is critical to success of the project(s). Portions of the Field House must remain in operation during periods of work to accommodate both NCAA activities, intermurals and PE classes. Phasing of the repairs was determined in conjunction with the Athletic Department to limit disruptions to Field House activities, including but not limited to basketball games, hockey games, track events, Parents Weekend, Graduation, and summer sports camps. Additionally, considerations had to be made to limit disruptions to permanent party offices. A Value Engineering Study completed by USACE in 2016 further evaluated constructibility of each phase, resulting in the final phasing of the repairs. Each phase will result in a complete and usable facility.

Completion of the project will support compliance with the rigorous athletic training to include NCAA Division I standards. The Air Force Academy’s purpose is developing women and men to lead as officers in the United States Air Force. USAFA focuses efforts on producing leaders of character – officers who, above all, exemplify the Air Force’s core values of Integrity First, Service Before Self and Excellence In All We Do. Building on the foundation of integrity, USAFA forges cadets, through academic, military and athletic training, into resilient, innovative airmen, who understand and appreciate the full spectrum application of airpower in air, space and cyberspace and are able to operate and lead in the most challenging environments. This project to repair and renovate the Field House supports the athletic training to provide the next generation of Air Force leaders with the best available facilities. The mission of the USAFA Athletic Department is to “Provide a world class environment to prepare and motivate leaders of character through athletic training, testing and competition.”

The contractor shall begin performance within 10 calendar days after receiving notice to proceed.

RFP Evaluation Criteria:

Firms participating in the solicitation will submit technical requirements in accordance with Section 00 22 00 PROPOSAL SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS, INSTRUCTIONS AND EVALUATION. Submissions will be evaluated based on a best value approach considering technical elements for evaluation (i.e., Past Performance, Project Management Plan, Key Personnel, and Small Business Participation). An adjectival method of evaluation will be used to evaluate all technical factors. Price will be evaluated separately for reasonableness and realism. A Best Value selection will be considered after reviewing price and technical factors. The estimated construction cost of this project is between $50,000,000.00 and $70,000,000.00.

Bidders (Offerors):

Offerors must be registered on the System for Award Management ‘SAM’ database https://www.sam.gov/. Representations and certifications are required to be updated annually as a minimum to keep information current, accurate and complete. The electronic annual representations and certifications are effective until one year from date of submission or update to SAM.

Obtaining Solicitation Documents:

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Please submit all technical inquiries and questions relating to technical requirements, bidding procedures or bonds are to be submitted via Bidder Inquiry in ProjNet at https://www.projnet.org/projnet/

Please direct procurement questions to the Contracting Specialist, Jae H. Chang via email at jae.chang@usace.army.mil, add the Solicitation Number and Name in the Subject Line of the email.

PHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

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OVERVIEW

Solicitation Number
W9128F22R0018
Response Deadline
Sept. 26, 2022, 1:00 p.m. EST (originally: Sept. 2, 2022, 2 p.m.)
Posted
Sept. 23, 2022, 3:59 p.m. EST (originally: July 26, 2022, 2:44 p.m.)
Set Aside
None
Place of Performance
Colorado Springs, CO 80919 UNITED STATES
Source
SAM
Links
None
PRIMARY CONTACT
  Profile
Title
None
Name
Jae Chang
Email
jae.chang@usace.army.mil
Phone
None
Fax
None
SECONDARY CONTACT
None

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Source Agency Hierarchy
DEPT OF DEFENSE>DEPT OF THE ARMY>USACE>NWD>W071 ENDIST OMAHA
Last Updated
Sept. 23, 2022
Archive Date
Oct. 11, 2022