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ATTACHMENT I

Performance Work Statement (PWS)
For

Snow & Ice Removal

USAG Ansbach – Military Communities

>Katterbach (Airfield)
>Illesheim (Airfield)
>Kaserne Areas (USAG Ansbach wide)
>Army Family Housing Areas (USAG
>Ansbach wide)

19 April 2022

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INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………..………………………… 4

Table of Contents

1.1 Background………………… …………………………………..……………………4

1.2 Objectives…………………………………………… …………..…………………..4

1.3 Climatic Conditions N/A..………………………………..…………………….. 4

Facility Access………… ……….……………………………… …….…………4

Traffic Flow N/A………………….………………………………………….…..……5

1.6 Drainage N/A………………………………………………………………………… 5

1.7 Restoration of Landscape Damage…………………………………… ……….. 5

1.8 Dust Suppression N/A……………………………………………………… …….5

1.9 Utility Location N/A ………………………………………………………… ……..5

1.10 Excavation Permits N/A……………………..……… ……………… ………… 5

2.0 REQUIREMENTS……………………………………………….……………………………. 5

2.1 Description of Services…………………………………………………………… 5

2.2 General Information……………………………………………………………..…..5-7

2.3 Emergency Services.…………….……………………………… …….……………7

2.4 Contract Administration and Management ………………………………… 7-11

2.5 Work Management 11-13

2.6 Demand Maintenance Orders (DMOs) N/A…………………………………….. 13

2.7 Preventive Maintenance Orders (PMOs) N/A………..………………………… 14

2.8 Operations Work Orders (OWOs) N/A……………..…………………………… 14

2.9 Project Work Orders (PWOs) N/A………………………………… ………… 14

2.10 Warranty Program N/A… ………………………..…………………………….. 14

2.11 Technical Document Library Operation N/A………………………………………14

2.12 Maintain As-Built N/A…………………………………………………………… 14

2.13 Historic Property or Archeological Site N/A……………………………………… 14

2.14 Security……………………………………,,…………………………………… 14-15

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2.15 Security Training……………………………………………………………… …15-16

2.16 Safety……..………………………..………………………….………………… … .16

2.17 Training, Physical Requirements, or other Expertise Required………………16-17

2.18 Environmental Requirements……………………..…………………………… 17-19

3.0 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND STANDARDS………………………………19

3.1 Quality Assurance……………………………..……………………………………. 19

3.2 Quality Control Plan…………………………………………………………… …. 19

3.3 Service Contract Reporting – System for Award Management (SAM) 20-21

4.0 PERFORMANCE TASK REQUIREMENTS…………………………… ………… 21-24

5.0 COMMON LEVELS OF SUPPORT (CLS)……………………………………..… 25-26

6.0 DELIVERABLES ………………..…………… 27-28

7.0 RELATED DOCUMENTS………..………………… ………….………………………

7.1 Definitions and Acronyms……………………………………… ……… … 28-39

7.2 Applicable Directives, Publications…………..……………..……… ….… … 40

Technical Exhibit (TE) Index…………….………………………………… 40

Government-Furnished Facilities (GFF) and Equipment (GFE) N/A……………..…40-41

Contractor-Furnished Material (CFM)/Property (CFP)/Equipment (CFE)……….… 41-42

U.S. Department of Labor Wage Determination (DOL WD) N/A……….. 42-43

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Introduction.

This is a non-personal services contract to provide Snow and Ice Removal Services for the
U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach at Ansbach Katterbach Barracks and Airfield, Ansbach Bismarck
Kaserne Barracks, Ansbach Barton Barracks, Ansbach Urlas – Army Family Housing, Shipton
Kaserne Area, Illesheim Storck Barracks – Army Family Housing and Illesheim Airfield. The
Government will not exercise any supervision or control over the contract service providers.
The Contractor shall perform to the standards specified in this Performance Work Statement
(PWS). Contract service providers shall be accountable solely to the Contractor who, in turn is
responsible to the Government. The Contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment,
supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-
personal services necessary as defined in this PWS.

1.1 Background.

The contractor shall be solely responsible for the snow and ice removal from the areas
identified in this PWS. The snow and ice removal includes airfield runways, aprons, helipads,
taxi ways, roads, sidewalks and parking areas.

1.2 Objectives.
The objective of this service contract is to guarantee safest movement conditions for the users
of roads, walkways, parking areas, as well as taxi ways, airfield runways, aprons, and helipads
during the winter season.

1.2.1 The Contractor shall ensure all work in support of mission requirements tendered to the
Government for acceptance conforms to the measurable performance standards of quality,
timeliness, and quantity specified in the PWS of this contract. Without additional expense to the
Government, the Contractor shall obtain/ensure subcontractors obtain all licenses, and permits
required to perform this work under this contract. The intent is to establish work requirements
that are performance-based and results oriented. This approach is intended to allow the
Contractor to determine the best and most cost effective ways to fulfill base operations and
their component needs, emphasizing innovation and commercial best practices.

1.3 Climatic Conditions. N/A
The Contractor shall ensure access to all fire detection and suppression systems in case of emergencies
or for other Fire Department purposes.

1.4.1 Key Issue / Key Control

Traffic Flow. N/A

Facility Access.

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Requirements

1.6 Drainage. N/A

1.7 Restoration of Landscape Damage.
Trees or other landscape features, and irrigation systems damaged by the Contractor’s
operations shall be restored to the original state at Contractor’s expense and at no additional
cost to the Government. The restoring work shall be performed upon coordination with the COR
in a workmanlike manner.

1.8 Dust Suppression. N/A

1.9 Utility Location. N/A

1.10 Excavation Permits. N/A
Description of Services. Reference is made to Attachment II – Common Level of
Support (CLS) 408, for the specific description of services to be accomplished under this
contract respectively Performance Work Statement

2.1.1 Non-Personal Services.
The personnel rendering the services are not subject; either by the contract’s terms or by the
manner of its administration, to the supervision and control usually prevailing in relationships
between the Government and its employees. Non-personal service contracts are authorized by
the Government in accordance with (IAW) Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart
37.104, under general contracting authority, and do not require specific statutory authorization.

2.2 General Information.

2.2.1 Transition (Phase In/Phase Out). N/A

2.2.2 Phase-out. N/A

2.2.3 Place of Performance and Hours of Operation.

2.2.3.1

Place of Performance (expanded description).

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Government Hours of Operation.

The work to be performed under this contract will be performed at USAG Ansbach
Katterbach, Katterbach & Bismarck Kaserne, Ansbach Barton Barracks, and Illesheim Storck
Barracks.

USAG Ansbach Katterbach, Katterbach & Bismarck Kaserne are located between the towns
Nürnberg and Ansbach app. 40km south-west of Nürnberg, Federal Republic of Germany

USAG Ansbach Storck Barracks Illesheim is located between the towns Ansbach and
Neustadt an der Aisch app. 75km south-west of Nürnberg,

2.2.3.2
The Government facility office hours, facility operating hours, and the Contractor support hour
requirements often coincide, however, they may differ. Please refer to the following.

2.2.3.2.1 Government Facility Office Hours: The Government facility office hours are from
07.30 hours through 16.00 hours, Monday through Friday except German and U.S. Holidays
identified in paragraph 2.2.3.6 or when the Government facility is closed due to local or national
emergencies, administrative closings, or similar Government directed facility closings.

2.2.3.2.2 Government Facility Operating Hours: same as paragraph 2.2.3.2.1

2.2.3.2.3 Contractor Support Hours: The project manager or designated alternate shall be
available for telephone communication or site attendance, with the COR, as required by the
COR, Monday through Sunday from 0300 hours thru 2200 hours, also on German and
American holidays.
The contractor shall ensure that the necessary service work will be performed during the
contract period from Monday through Sunday from 0300 thru 2200 hours. Within one (1) hour
after the COR or inspector called, performance of work shall be started.

The Contractor shall at all times maintain an adequate workforce for the uninterrupted
performance of all tasks defined within this PWS when the Government facility is not closed
for the above reasons. When hiring personnel, the Contractor shall keep in mind that the
stability and continuity of the workforce are essential. The Contractor will not be reimbursed
when the Government facility is closed for the above reasons.

Notice: Snow and ice removal services shall also be performed on German and American
holidays.

2.2.3.3

2.2.3.4

2.2.3.5

2.2.3.6

Inclement Weather Delay N/A

Installation Closures. N/A

Federal Holidays.

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M. L. King Day 3rd Monday in January
Memorial Day last Monday in May
Labor Day 1st Monday in September
Veteran’s Day November 11th

U.S. Holidays:
Work shall be performed on U.S. holidays occurring during the normal workweek unless
otherwise directed by the COR. When a U.S holiday occurs on a Saturday or a Sunday, the
holiday is observed on the preceding Friday or following Monday, respectively.

New Year’s Day January 1st

Presidents Day 3rd Monday in February
Independence Day July 4th

Columbus Day 2nd Monday in October

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