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SOL: 140F0S23Q0021
DUE: June 13, 2023
NAICS: 562910. THIS IS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service requires a contractor to perform a removal action at the Lead Shot Site in the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Milton, Delaware. Studies conducted since 1999 at the Prime Hook Lead Shot Site identified the presence of lead in soil, sediment, and surface water in uplands and forested wetlands of the refuge in the drop zone of an adjacent trap shooting facility. The source was the Broadkiln Sportsman's Club (BSC), where members shot trap for almost 40 years, beginning in the early 1960s, and continuing through 2000. Work includes obtaining all necessary permits and utility clearances; conducting a wetlands delineaion and any necessary survey work; conducting a tree species and diameter at breast height survey, to identify trees that may be saved during the site preparation; conducting a supplemental lead soil screening event to delineate the extent of contamination in the northern portion of the wetland; performing groundwater and surface water quality testing; decommissioning monitoring wells that are no longer needed; performing all necessary site preparation; identifying and evaluating a source of clean fill; preparing a Contaminated Materials Management Plan and obtaining DNREC approval; implementing the remedy as described in BBJ (2021b, Section 5) including the application of EnviroBlendĀ® CS during soil mixing; conducting waste characterization and obtain Solid Waste Disposal Facility approval; documenting that all field equipment were thoroughly inspected and cleaned of seeds, plants, insects, and other natural material that may foster the spread of invasive species; and preparing a Long-Term Stewardship Plan (LTSP) after the implementation of the removal action to describe any restrictions for future use of the site, long-term monitoring requirements and any other actions that are required to prevent or diminish future exposure potential. The award will be a firm-fixed-price contract. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 1:00 PM EDT ON JUNE 13, 2023.
Posted: June 1, 2023
SPONSOR: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, SAT Team 2, Falls Church, VA

SOL: 140L0623R0021
DUE: June 30, 2023
NAICS: 562910. THIS IS AN INDIAN SMALL BUSINESS ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE (ISBEE) SET-ASIDE. The Bureau of Land Management requires the plugging and abandonment of Tulageak Test Well #1 in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska including the remediation and excavation of drilling mud and cuttings from the reserve pit and surrounding area. Transport and disposal of excavated mud and cuttings to an approved facility will be necessary. Optional line items included in this contract are for the delineation and characterization of the well sites and reserve pits of West Dease #1 and East Simpson #1 to ADEC standards. These optional tasks do not include any remediation or plug and abandonment activities at the West Dease #1 or East Simpson #1 sites; the optional tasks are solely to delineate and characterize the areas. The contractor will be required to identify and avoid polar bear den sites prior to winter work activities using Aerial FLIR (Forward Looking Infrared Thermal Imaging) and SnowDens 3D predictive snow drift modeling using real-time weather data and Digital Elevation Model. Data from the FLIR surveys and SnowDens 3D modeling will be used to adjust snow trail locations to avoid areas with drifted snow and potential polar bear den sites. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 12:00 PM MDT ON JUNE 30, 2023.
Posted: May 31, 2023
SPONSOR: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National Operations Center, Denver, CO