The Japan District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been tasked to perform market research and solicit the interest of prospective offeror(s) for a forthcoming Design-Bid-Build (DBB) requirement entitled, "CONSTRUCT BULK STORAGE TANKS, PHASE 1 OF 4, MCAS Iwakuni, Japan". This announcement constitutesa SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE and will ONLY be used for preliminary planning purposes. The intent of this notice is to gauge interest, capabilities and experience of members of the Construction Community to identify sources capable of performing the required work and assist in the Government's acquisition planning. THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION FOR PROPOSALS AND NO CONTRACT SHALL BE AWARDED FROM THIS SYNOPSIS. The Government will not pay for any information provided in response to this notice. This market survey is intended for local sources only. Local sources are those sources physically located and licensed to conduct business in Japan. Firms interested and capable of performing this work are highly encouraged to submit a response (submission requirements are located within this notice).
Project Title: CONSTRUCT BULK STORAGE TANKS, PHASE 1 OF 4
Project Location: MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
roject NAICS: 237990, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
Project Magnitude: Between ¥2,500,000,000 and ¥5,000,000,000 (Japanese YEN)
Project Description: Construct three new 50,000-barrel aboveground jet fuel storage tanks with sufficient secondary containment. Provide new transfer piping, valves, manifolds and related appurtenances from the new tanks to the existing pump house. Demolish three existing 10,000-barrel aboveground tanks, secondary containment and associated piping and apparatuses. Provide all supporting civil, mechanical and electrical utilities to include but not limitedto, automatic tank gauging, electrical service, lighting, communications, cathodic protection, fire protection, drainage, access roads, sidewalks, gates, and landscaping. In addition, incorporate deep soil mixing or provide pile type foundations to improve soil-bearing capacity.
Procurement Method: The Japan District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers anticipates the release of a Request for Proposal (RFP) for this project. Any solicitations pursued will be intended for local sources only. See information in the Introduction section of this announcement regarding local sources.
Submission Requirements for responses to this Market Survey:
Interested firms are requested to reply with the following information:
1. Name of your company, address, phone number, email, CAGE code and point of contact (POC) name.
2. Describe your firm's capability and experience relative to the work described in the Project Description. Please include a narrative demonstrating design-bid-build experience on construction projects of comparable scope, complexity and magnitude. Please provide information on comparable projects (for government or commercial customers) completed in the past 6 years.
3. Describe your firm's level of interest relative to all aspects of the work.
4. Identify your current construction bonding levels:
a) Per contract
b) Aggregate contract bonding level
5. Any comments that will increase your level of interest and participation in this project.
Please send your response via e-mail to Jiro.Miyairi.firstname.lastname@example.org Sean.P.Sackett@usace.army.mil no later than 3:00 p.m., 15 December 2017 Japan Standard Time (JST).
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Japan District, Camp Zama, Japan
Contracting Office Address:
USACE District, Japan
APO, AP 96343-5010
Points of Contact:
Sean P. Sackett