Sources Sought Notice
GLAC 307440/307606, Replace Headquarters Wastewater System & Backup Power
Generation/Replace Swiftcurrent Water Distribution System, Glacier National Park, Montana – Design-Build – GAOA
This is a Sources Sought Notice (SSN) for the purpose of conducting market research. Proposals are NOT being requested, nor accepted at this time. Responses are being requested from both large and small businesses.
Purpose: The purpose of this notice is to gain knowledge regarding the type of interested businesses and their qualifications. The National Park Service (NPS) will use information obtained through this notice to develop an acquisition strategy.
The Government anticipates conducting a competitive acquisition for this requirement. The amount of interest or lack thereof will determine the possibility of a small business or other socio-economical small business set-aside for the solicitation. Analysis of the quality of responses to this source sought announcement will be considered in the market research being conducted, and in the making of any small business set-aside determination for this requirement.
System for Award Management: Respondents should be registered and certified in www.Sam.gov.
Additional Information: No proposal package, solicitation, specification or drawings are available with this notice.
Cost Reimbursement: Response to this announcement is strictly voluntary; no reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this sources sought announcement or any follow-up information requests.
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code: 237110- Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction
Small Business Size Standard: $39.5M
Solicitation: The NPS anticipates issuing a request for proposals in the late Spring / early Summer of 2022.
Bonding: The NPS anticipates bid, performance and payment bonds will be required.
The project is located at Glacier National Park, Montana
The construction magnitude is above $10M
The surrounding area is rural with limited staging areas.
The Park will remain open during construction, thus contract activities and logistics must be structured and
scheduled to minimize visitor impact.
The site requires protective measures to ensure the surrounding area remains undisturbed.
The anticipated period of performance of 1,095 calendar days including any potential weather shutdown.
There are seasonal/other shutdowns mandated through the construction season.
The project will be completed utilizing a design-build contract. The prospective awardee is expected to submit for approval the Denver Service Center, National Park Service workflow requirement for Title II Services: Design Development and Construction Documents. Upon successful acceptance of these deliverables by the NPS, a construction notice to proceed (NTP) will be issued to allow contractor begin physical construction.
This project will address deficiencies associated with the Park Headquarters wastewater treatment system and the Swiftcurrent water treatment system.
The Headquarters project’s scope of work includes reconstructed run of manholes, sewer lines and sewer connections. The existing lift station will be replaced along with associated controls, back-up generators and support equipment. Also, the installation of treatment process supervisory controls, data, and telemetry.
The Swiftcurrent project’s scope of work includes replacement of existing water system, installation of a new well, backup power generator, rehabilitation of existing water storage tank and new water storage tank construction to supply additional fire suppression capacity. Also, the installation of telemetry controls will be
Submittal Due Date/Time: 3:00 p.m. Mountain Time, April 14, 2022.
Submit To: Nadine Catania, Contracting Officer, Nadine_catania@nps.gov