All overhaul work shall be performed at the Contractor's facility. The Government will deliver the vessel to the contractor facility. Upon completion of theoverhaul, the USACE personnel will conduct and pass dock and sea trials prior to delivery and acceptance of the vessel back to the Government.
USACE ESSAYONS is a trailing arm suction Hopper Dredge built in 1984. It hasthe following Characteristics:
Length Overall 350 Feet
Length between perpendiculars 333 Feet
Beam Molded 68 Feet
Beam Overall (With Drag Arms Lowered) 108 Feet
Registered Gross Tonnage 7,248 Long Tons
Normal Light, Draft Forward 19'-0"
Normal Light, Draft Aft 21'-0"
Class ABS Loadline
The period of performance is expected to start September 2017 and last through February 16, 2018. The shipyard availability shall be December 4, 2018 through February 16, 2019 with a sixty (60) day drydock period during this availability. Optional items (tasks) will be included in this job order and the period of performance for these items will be concurrent with the above period of performance.
The American Bureaus of Shipping International Load Line Certificate will beendorsed during this availability. The Drydock Examination, Internal StructuralReview and the Annual Inspection for renewal of the U.S. Coast Guard Certificate of Inspection will be performed during this availability.
Prospective contractors must have, or be capable of, entering into a MSRA with USACE, Portland District. Every prospective contractor that wishes to be considered for the award of the job order under this solicitation must hold a MSRA for overhaul of the ESSAYONS with USACE, Portland District. If a prospective contractor wishes to submit a proposal for this job order and has not already entered into a MSRA for overhaul of the ESSAYONS with Portland District, then the following procedures shall be followed:
1. The prospective contractor shall submit a capabilities package in accordance with the sources sought notice titled "2019 Dredge Essayons Overhaul - Sources Sought for Master Ship Repair Agreement (MSRA)," number W9127N18R0053, postedon Federal Business Opportunities.
Link to sources sought notice:
The capabilities package shall be received by Portland District no later than 2:00 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time ten (10) calendar days prior to the proposal due date. Firms submitting a capabilities package for a MSRA will be notified of their eligibility or non-eligibility within seven (7) calendar days of receipt of the capability package.
2. If there are any questions regarding the MSRA for overhaul of the ESSAYONS or the procedures to submit a capabilities package for consideration for the award of a MSRA, please contact Mr. David Dvorak at David.L.Dvorak@usace.army.mil.
The area of consideration for award is limited to California, Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. Contractors outside of this area will not be considered.
A mandatory pre-proposal site visit will be required as part of the solicitation. The anticipated dates for the site visits will be advertised in the solicitation. Final site visit information will be included in the solicitation. To schedule a site visit, please contact David Dvorak via email at David.L.Dvorak@usace.army.mil or by phone at 503-808-4633.
The job order award will not be considered commercial in nature. Award will be made as a whole to one Offeror. The acquisition will be solicited using the procurement process prescribed in Part 15, Contracting by Negotiation, of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). The Government intends to evaluate proposalsand award a job order without discussions with Offerors, except clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a); therefore, the Offeror's initial proposal should contain the Offeror's best terms from a cost or price and technical standpoint. The Government reserves the right to conduct discussions if the Contracting Officer later determines them to be
The Government will use a Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) evaluation process in rendering a best value decision for award of this job order. For LPTA, Offerors will submit their lowest price based on its technical approach tomeet the minimum requirements. Proposals will be evaluated as either "acceptable" or "unacceptable." The evaluation factors for this solicitation are as follows:
FACTOR 1 - Preliminary Production Schedule
FACTOR 2 - Site Visit Attendance
FACTOR 3 - Past Performance
FACTOR 4 - Price
Award will not be made to any company that does not have a MSRA in place that meets the qualification requirements found in the sources sought announcement above.
Liquidated damages will be a part of any award and may be applied for failure to complete the work within the designated performance period.
A location differential will be added to total price/cost of proposals for all locations in excess of 300 nautical Miles (NM) from the Essayons' home base location (Portland, OR). The method of calculation will include using the GeneralServices Administration (GSA) standard rates for travel and per diem for personnel who will not be at their home base location combined with the cost of ship travel to location.
This full and open solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be available. Other methods of requesting a package will not be honored. This solicitation is anticipated to be available approximately June 15, 2018 under Solicitation Number W9127N18R0053. NOTE: The Response Date referenced in this notice does not refer to the PROPOSAL DUE DATE. Information on the PROPOSAL DUE DATE will be stated in the solicitation.
Any prospective Offeror must first register in the System for Award Management (SAM) at www.sam.gov. After completing SAM registration, interested Contractors and their subcontractors must then register at https://www.fbo.gov in order to obtain solicitation documents, plans and specifications for this solicitation.It is the contractor's responsibility to monitor FBO for any amendments.
The NAICS Code is 336611; PSC Code J999.
The Point of Contact for small business questions or assistance is the Portland District Small Business Specialist, Carol McIntyre, 503-808-4602 or email@example.com.
Major Items included are as follows, but are not limited to:
Connection/Disconnection of Services
Drydock Lift and Lay Days
Marine Chemist Certificates
Fire Suppression Services
Coatings Upper and Lower Hull - Zinc Coat
Coatings Upper and Lower Hull - AntiCorrosive Coat
Coatings Upper and Lower Hull - Final Coat
Coatings Lower Hull - Anti Foulant Coat
Irathane 155 Urethane Coating
Hull Fire Hose Washing
Hull 10,000 PSI Water Washing
Hull Zinc Anode Renewal
Sluice Valve Replacement/Overhaul
Hopper Jetting GateValve
Sea Valve Inspection
Sea Chest and Sea Strainer Inspections / Coatings
Main Sea Strainer Repairs
Drag Wire Replacement
Purchase Drag Wires
Dragarm Sheave Inspection
Discharge Piping Inspection
Upper Door Rod Guide Frames 68-88 and Brackets at 48
Hopper Door Replacement
Hopper Jetting System Cleaning
Weir Seal Replacement
Hopper Inspection Staging
Upper Hopper Staging
Propeller Blade Inspection/Replacement
Propeller Hub Replacement
Stern Tube Shaft Seal Replacement
Oil Distribution (OD) Box Inspection
Bow Thruster - Shaft Seal Change
Bow Thruster - Propeller Change
Bow Thruster - Electric Motor Repair
Bow Thruster - Lower Gearbox LGB/Pod Change Out
Internal Tank Inspection
3512 Ship Service Diesel Generator (SSDG) Coolant Replacement
Temporary Electric Motor Heaters
OSDP Wear Sleeves
Central Saltwater (S/W) and Freshwater (CFW) Pump Overhaul
Jetting Pump Repairs
Sewage Pipe Repair
Drag Arm Sheave Overhaul
Drag Arm Winch Brake Repair
Drag Arm Winch Motor Overhaul
Drag Arm Flex Joints Replacement
Motor Generator (MG) Set Reconditioning
Turning Gland Replacement
Service Frame Reconditioning
Audio Gauge Readings
ABS Special Load Line Renewal
ABS Fuel-Oil (FO) Tank Survey
Elevator Inspection and Repairs
Anchor and Anchor Chain Reconditioning
AnchorChain Locker Reconditioning
Vessel General Permit Anchor and Chain Locker Inspection
Swell Compensator Overhaul
Swell Compensator Oil Seal Replacement
Life Raft Annual Service
Sludge Tank Annual Maintenance
Tailshaft Clearance Documentation
Rudder Bushing Clearance Documentation
Well Deck and Drag Arm Preservation
Dock and Sea Trials
Fuel System Slush
Reduction Gear Inspection
Hopper Slope Plate Repairs
Hopper Jetting Nozzles
Void #10 Steel Repairs
FireStation #16, 21, 22, 23, & 25 Repair
C280 Coolant Replacement
Staging for #10 & #2 Voids for Lighting Installation
Rudder Stock Repairs
Hopper Door Retainer Bar Studs
Hopper Door Rod Replacement
Port & Stbd Propulsion C-280 Overhaul
Remove Well Deck Watertight Doors
Port Chill Water Pump Discharge Pipe Repair
Port & Stbd Chloropack
Schat Davit Inspection
Fwd Bilge & Ballast Pump Overhaul
Gray Water Effluent Connections for Drydock
Oil Mist Detectors
Procure C280 Starter Guillotines
Pump Room Bilge Manifold Repairs
Radar Annual Inspection
Port Weir Inspection and Repair
Rubber Cove Repairs
Flushing Pump A Discharge Pipe Repair
Hopper Grating Repairs