Canyon Ferry Road Maintenance - IDIQ
|Agency:||Department of the Interior|
|Level of Government:||Federal|
|Posted Date:||Feb 8, 2019|
|Due Date:||Mar 26, 2019|
Feb 07, 20195:22 pm
The Contractor shall furnish all necessary labor, materials, equipment, and supervision to maintain roads. No claim shall be made against the Government for any excess or deficiency therein.
A. Watering, scarifying and blading approximately 20 miles of Canyon Ferry Reservoir and Helena Valley Regulating Reservoir roads. Three roads may include the application of magnesium chloride. The roads and parking areas designated for maintenance in this contract are listed in Table 01 11 00A and shown in Appendix A. General location maps titled "Canyon Ferry Reservoir, Location Map- Figure A" and "Figure B- General Location Map- Canyon Ferry and Helena Valley Regulating Reservoir" show the general location of each road/parking area. Figures 1 thru 35 show detailed location, with the figure number corresponding to the Road Figure ID in Table 0 1 1 i 00A.
B. Supply the proper equipment (including pre-watering) to apply a solution of 0.5 (in two, 0.25 passes) gallons per square yard of magnesium chloride to 3 roads designated in Table 01 11 00A and shown in Appendix A. Staging areas for equipment will be determined by the COR.
C. Onsite work is to commence three weeks once Task orders have been determined or as determined in each Task Order. In the event of severe or wet weather, the Contracting Officer and/or COR will have authority to suspend work until such time that, in their opinion work may resume, in order to minimize damage or rutting of the travel routes.
D. Contractor will be responsible to repair or restore any damage caused by their work to the surrounding property to the satisfaction of the Contracting Officer and/or COR. Contractor's work that causes damage to adjacent roads will be the responsibility of the Contractor to repair or restore any damage.
Once issued, the solicitation (including SOW and drawings) will be posted at www.fbo.gov and www.fedconnect.net (from the fedconnect site, click on Public Opportunities Only, search by reference number, then enter 140R6019R0006.
All responsible contractors may submit a bid which shall be considered by the Bureau of Reclamation. The estimated price range is $25K - 100K. The North American Industrial Classification Code 237310. The small business size standard is $36.5 Million. This acquisition will be issued as a Total Small Business Set Aside.
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