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Notices for May 11-17, 2020

Effective November 12, 2019, was retired, and is now the authoritative source for federal contract opportunities. This update contains summaries of procurement notices issued between May 11-17, 2020, that pertain to hazardous waste, investigation and cleanup of environmental contamination, and related environmental topics; however, it does not necessarily contain EVERY notice on these topics. If you would like to search for additional current and archived notices, please visit the Beta.SAM Contract Opportunities website.

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SOL: 20118022
DUE: 052020
NAICS: 562910. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE, NAICS code 562910, size standard $20.50M. DHS Customs and Border Protection (CBP) requires Hazmat Dismantling Services during a one-year base period (06/12/2020 - 06/11/2021) and potentially four one-year options. Each year CBP seizes thousands of vehicles along the West Texas-New Mexico Border that contain illegal contraband identified as hazardous. The agency has limited resources for the extraction of hazardous contraband from deeply concealed compartments; therefore, the agency has found it necessary to employ the assistance from certified hazmat vendors to perform this type of work. Services for all conveyances may include placing compartment in a decontamination pool to collect any runoff; manually opening and extracting hazardous contraband from deeply concealed compartments or compartments, either natural or man-made; placing the hazmat liquid contraband collected in an authorized storage container; decontaminating the compartment with water and surfactant; placing the rinsate (water and surfactant) in a separately approved storage container along with the PPE and waste materials; moving compartments to a safe location within the port if necessary upon the authorization of the agency representative to facilitate extraction of the identified hazardous contraband; containing hazmat spills and cleaning up chemical spills as a result of the extraction of the hazardous contraband, if necessary; removing/extracting separate sample(s) from the bulk contraband and placing in the authorized hazmat vials upon the direction of the agency representative. Questions must be submitted by using the 'Submit a Question' feature at OFFERS ARE DUE BY 2:00 PM ET ON MAY 20, 2020.
Posted: 05/16/20
SPONSOR: DHS Customs and Border Protection, Washington, DC.

SOL: 36C25620Q0605
DUE: 052220
NAICS: 562211. THIS SOLICITATION IS 100% SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS under NAICS code 562211, size standard $41.5M. The Little Rock VA Medical Center (VAMC) located at 4300 W 7th St, Little Rock, AR 72205 has a requirement for services for contract packaging, transportation, and disposal of hazardous and universal waste. Contractor shall provide all labor and personnel for hazardous waste, nonhazardous waste and universal waste service to include completion of manifests, materials, supervision, equipment, labels, collection, analyzing, sorting, preparation, packaging, transportation and disposal of hazardous waste by means of incineration, fuel blending, and/or reclamation/recycling for John L. McClellan Memorial Veterans Hospital in Little Rock, AR, and the Eugene Towbin Medical Center in North Little Rock, AR, together known as Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System. Contractor shall adhere to these requirements in accordance with all terms, conditions, provisions, schedules, and specifications of this SOW, local, state, federal and VHA regulations. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 2:00 PM ET ON MAY 22, 2020.
Posted: 05/11/20
SPONSOR: Dept of Veterans Affairs, 256-Network Contract Office 16 (36C256), Ridgeland, MS.

SOL: 36C24520Q0423
DUE: 052520
NAICS: 562112. The Department of Veterans Affairs is conducting market research to evaluate the availability of hazardous waste removal services for Veterans Integrated Service Network 5 (VISN 5) Medical Centers and associated Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs). VAMCs within VISN 5 consist of multiple clinical and non-clinical operations that result in numerous types of complex hazardous and universal waste streams as well as special circumstances that involve managing specific types of non-hazardous solid and liquid wastes not currently managed by the VA's Environmental Management Service. To ensure and improve environmental compliance with RCRA, VISN 5 intends to award a firm-fixed-price IDIQ service contract to qualified firm(s) with the capability and capacity to provide hazardous, non-hazardous, pharmaceutical, radioactive (VAMHCS Only), and universal waste/recycling and/or disposal services; lab packs; technical consulting; waste and/or potentially hazardous materials characterization; electronic recordkeeping; emergency response; and annual hazardous waste and DOT training for all VISN 5 VAMCs and associated CBOCs. CAPABILITIES STATEMENT ARE DUE BY 3:00 PM ET ON MAY 25, 2020.
Posted: 05/11/20
SPONSOR: Dept of Veterans Affairs, 245-Network Contract Office 5 (36C245), Linthicum, MD.

SOL: 36C25920Q0349
DUE: 052720
NAICS: 562910. When the solicitation is released, IT WILL BE ISSUED AS A SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESS (SDVOSB) SET-ASIDE, NAICS code 562910 (Remediation Services). This notice is a request for information to develop a solicitation bid schedule for an IDIQ contract for Pre-Construction Asbestos Surveys. The area that will be covered is VISN 19 and the VA Medical centers and associated clinics in Salt Lake City UT, Grand Junction CO, Denver CO, Oklahoma City, Muscogee OK, Cheyenne WY, Sheridan WY, and Ft Harrison MT but is not limited to those areas in VISN 19. Pre-Construction Asbestos Survey (NESHAP) for upcoming projects. The contractor will be required to collect all samples and for the testing services, which includes visual assessments and bulk sampling of building materials, for all areas that the matrix of any building materials may be disrupted during the project. The contractor is responsible for providing all labor and materials to collect samples. Any sampling that damages the substrate shall be repaired by the contractor with a matching non-asbestos encasing material. The contractor shall practice safe sampling procedures to ensure that all VA employees, patients and visitors are protected from potential exposure to airborne asbestos. All field work shall be conducted by a UDEQ Asbestos inspector. The samples gathered shall be analyzed in a NVLAP-accredited laboratory via polarized light microscopy (PLM) utilizing EPA Method 600/M4-82-020. If samples have layered materials, the laboratory shall treat each layer of material as an individual sample. Contractor shall ensure performance of field sampling and lab and field testing in accordance with applicable EPA, ASTM, ISO, and all federal, state and local regulations. Once all inspections have been conducted and samples have been analyzed, Contractor shall present the medical center with an Asbestos-Containing Material (ACM) Survey and Report of the areas in question in accordance with NESHAP and Utah R307-801. Contractor shall also include survey results with sample results, sample locations, updated drawings of sample results and locations which includes known abated locations. Contractor shall also include a final report with an introduction, executive summary, sampling methods, survey results, conclusions, asbestos conditions and locations, pictures and drawings, and specifications. PLEASE PROVIDE VIA EMAIL A SUGGESTED BID SCHEDULE FOR PRICING FOR A BASE YEAR AND FOUR OPTION PERIODS BY MAY 27, 2020.
Posted: 05/12/20
SPONSOR: Dept of Veterans Affairs, Network Contract Office 19 (36C259), Greenwood Village, CO.

SOL: 47PG0720Q0002
DUE: 052720
NAICS: 562910. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. Furnish all labor, supervision, materials, and equipment necessary to provide housekeeping and comprehensive cleaning and of the indoor firing range at the Roman L. Hruska U.S. Courthouse, 111 South 18 Plaza Omaha, Nebraska 68102. A complete scope of work is attached to the notice at beta.sam. Please submit a detailed price breakout with the quote that should include but not be limited to (if applicable) separate labor and material costs, subcontractor markup, and overhead and profit rate. Offers are to be valid for 60 days. Site visits will be conducted by appointment only. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 4:00 PM CT ON MAY 27, 2020.
CITE: Posed: 05/14/20
SPONSOR: Public Buildings Service, PBS R6, Omaha, NE.

SOL: 140P1420Q0077
DUE: 052720
NAICS: 562910. THIS SOLICITATION IS 100% SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS. The details of this project are available only on FedConnect at The project is located within Glacier National Park (GLAC) near the West Glacier, MT. Asbestos-containing material (ACM) has been detected in the drywall joint compound on the walls and ceiling, window glazing, and chimney insulation. The contract work includes all labor, supervision, transportation, equipment, tools, supplies and materials to fulfill the statement of work for the following tasks: Abate all of the facility's ACM, which comprises approximately 1900 SF of wall and ceiling, window glazing on 36 windows and three strips of chimney insulation. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 5:00 PM ET ON MAY 27, 2020.
Posted: 05/14/20
SPONSOR: National Park Service, IMR Northern Rockies(12200), Yellowstone National Park, WY.

SOL: W91236-20-R-4000
DUE: 052820
NAICS: 236210. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District is conducting market research by soliciting comments from the construction community addressing the potential use of a Project Labor Agreement (PLA) for the following large scale (exceeding $25M) construction project: Construction of an Energetic Waste Incinerator and Contaminated Waste Processor (EWI/CWP) at Radford Ammunition Plant, Radford, VA. Construction will consist of a fully modernized combined EWI/CWP, allowing a centralized, air-pollution controlled facility to handle all energetic waste (EW) and energetic contaminated waste (ECW) generated at Radford Ammunition Plant (RFAAP). RFAAP is a U.S. Army-owned facility that specializes in the production of military grade energetics. Due to the safety hazards associated with over the road transportation to a disposal facility, on-site disposal is preferred. EW generated at RFAAP comes from multiple sources, such as process waste (shavings), rejected material, pit waste, and other direct process sources. EW typically meets one of several hazardous waste classifications under RCRA. Currently, all EW generated at the RFAAP is either destroyed in one of two Energetic Waste Incinerators (EWIs) or at the open-burning grounds (OBG). Both of these facilities are permitted under the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) hazardous waste program. This project will replace the current aged EWI facility, relocate the waste treatment and decontamination activities into one centralized facility, and reduce the amount of open burning conducted at RFAAP with an efficient, emission controlled treatment system. The new EWI/CWP will process all of the production wastes and a minimum of 95% of the wastes currently treated at the OBG, plus an additional 50% for future production increases. Magnitude of construction cost is between $100M and $250M. The Estimated Award Date for this project is 20 September 2021. The Estimated completion date is 769 calendar days from notice to proceed. This notice poses numerous questions to contractors having knowledge of the use of a PLA in the local area on projects of this kind. PLEASE PROVIDE COMMENTS VIA EMAIL NO LATER THAN 10:00 AM ET ON MAY 28, 2020. This notice is NOT a Request for Proposal.
Posted: 05/14/20
SPONSOR: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District, VA.

SOL: 140G0320Q0089
DUE: 052920
NAICS: 562910. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. All details are available only on FedConnect at USGS is vacating the space it leases from GSA at the Menlo Park, California, site and is moving operations to facilities located at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California. USGS is required to meet its environmental compliance responsibilities by removing all USGS-owned equipment and furnishings and cleaning all leased areas where chemicals or hazardous materials were used or stored before returning the Menlo Park facility to GSA (unrestricted release.) Contractor must develop a decommissioning plan, a needs analysis and risk assessment that identifies what needs to be done and the sequence of work (whether sequential or concurrent), how much the work is estimated to cost, and how long the decommissioning activities are projected to take. Based on common laboratory chemicals and usage, the contractor must develop proposed sampling and analytical plans (including accepted protocols) that will facilitate the decommissioning process and eventual hazardous waste disposal, removal and closure of underground storage tanks; closure activities and plugging of analytical wells; and development of site-specific quality assurance plans and site environmental health and safety plans. Additionally, the contractor must include in the decommissioning plan the process for decommissioning laboratories that used radiological materials in accordance with the Multi-Agency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM). Executing the decommissioning plan, preparing the decommissioning report, and preparing the statement of risk are included herein as optional services, which may be exercised pending mutual agreement on scope and price and subject to the availability of funds and their obligation in accordance with applicable law. Contractor must provide a price list with labor categories and rates, which will be pre-agreed upon at award and subsequently used as the basis for negotiating a firm-fixed-price for the execution phase. Period of performance is six months after award. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 5:00 PM PT ON MAY 29, 2020.
Posted: 05/14/20
SPONSOR: US Geological Survey, Office of Acquisition Grants, Sacramento, CA.

SOL: 12045320Q0011
DUE: 060320
NAICS: 562910. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. The United States Forest Service-Pacific Northwest Research station requires asbestos abatement and tile replacement to be performed at the Olympia Forestry Sciences Laboratory, 3625 93rd Ave. SW, Olympia, WA 98512. Contractor shall furnish all labor, supervision, equipment, materials, transportation, and any other incidentals to perform all operations necessary to accomplish the work set forth in the attachments at beta.sam. (1) Move room furnishings. (2) Remove existing asbestos floor tiling and asbestos-containing mastic from the Base Rooms (Approx. 2100 SF) and the Additive Rooms (Approx. 2400 SF). (3) Install matching Government-furnished new commercial grade vinyl composition tile and rubber cove base. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 5:00 PM PT ON JUNE 3, 2020.
Posted: 05/14/20
SPONSOR: Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

SOL: W50S8A20Q0010
DUE: 060520
NAICS: 541620. THIS REQUIREMENT IS 100% SET-ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS, NAICS code 541620 (Environmental Consulting Services), size standard $15M. Pease Air National Guard Base (ANGB) requires a substantive update to the Base Hazardous Waste Management Plan (HWMP), which must be kept current to reflect changes in regulatory requirements and to address changing waste generating processes conducted at the Base. The Base is regulated as a Small Quantity Generator of hazardous waste. The previous substantive update to the Base HWMP was completed in February 2013, with several administrative changes completed through October 2016. Major support operations performed at the Base include aircraft refueling, aircraft deicing, aircraft maintenance, aerospace ground equipment maintenance, vehicle maintenance, vehicle fueling, and facilities maintenance. Many of the hazardous waste generating processes have changed significantly since the last HWMP update as a result of weapons system changes. Period of performance for this contract shall be 6 months following contract award. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 1:00 PM ET ON JUNE 5, 2020.
Posted: 05/11/20
SPONSOR: KO for New Hampshire Air National Guard, Portsmouth, NH.

SOL: W912DQ20R4008
DUE: 060520
NAICS: 562910. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A FULL AND OPEN UNRESTRICTED PROCUREMENT. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Kansas City District intends to issue a solicitation for a single firm-fixed-price dismantling, demolition, or removal of improvements (DDR) contract for work at a federal facility located in the Kansas City metro area. The requirements awarded under this contract will be for environmental survey and demolition of contaminated and non-contaminated facilities, which will include environmental contamination assessment, remediation services, demolition/disposal and incidental engineering services. RELEASE OF THE SOLICITATION IS ANTICIPATED ON OR ABOUT MAY 26, 2020. Key aspects of this project include but are not limited to coordination with Government and installation operating contractor; preparation of work plans; field investigations; reports; obtaining environmental and safety permits; well abandonment; meetings; range clearance activities; other military munitions activities; environmental services; and demolition. Environmental services include but are not limited to environmental contamination assessment; sampling; laboratory analysis; documenting / reporting the existence of hazardous materials, including quantities; and minor soil remediation. Hazardous materials may include but are not limited to lead, asbestos, explosive residue, chemical materials, chemical wastes, metals, munitions and unexploded ordnance. Demolition requirements include demolition of explosive facilities, non-explosive facilities, and supporting/ancillary infrastructure. Work includes but is not limited to asbestos remediation; lead remediation; explosive decontamination/ removal/ neutralization/ disposal; other hazardous waste removal and disposal; well abandonment; removal of drives, roadways, sidewalks and other pavements; removal of earthen berms; and removal/abandonment of underground/aboveground utilities. The work will include multiple facility types, including but not limited to the following: Well Pump House, Equipment Pad, Wash Pad, Storage Facility, Office Building, Lab Facility, Chlorine Storage Facility, Air Compressor Facility, Wastewater Lift Station, and the Storage Tank and Range Support Facility. The Government will evaluate the performance capability of offerors in accordance with the criteria described in the solicitation and the contract will be awarded based upon a Best-Value Trade-Off process. The solicitation will include a detailed list of evaluation factors and will provide instructions for proposal requirements and the basis for award. The NAICS code is 562910 (Remediation Services), small business size standard $22M. The estimated magnitude of this project is between $1,000,000 - $5,000,000. Performance period is 470 calendar days from Notice to Proceed. The official solicitation package will be posted to the Plan Room via Only contractors that have active System for Award Management (SAM) registrations, are U.S.-registered companies, and have NAICS code 569210* listed on their SAM report will be provided the plan room key. No third parties will be given access to the solicitation and Contractors shall not post the solicitation documents on any websites.
Posted: 05/12/20
SPONSOR: W071 Army Engineer District Kansas City, MO.

SOL: W911SA-20-Q-3031
DUE: 061520
NAICS: 541380. THIS PROCUREMENT IS SET ASIDE 100% FOR SMALL BUSINESS under NAICS code 541380, size standard $16.5M. A site visit is scheduled for June 5, 2020, 10:00 AM CT at 2171 South 8th Avenue, Fort McCoy, WI 54656-5142. Written questions must be furnished to the Government no later than June 8, 2020 at 10:00 am CT to ensure a timely response is provided by the solicitation dosing date. Contractor shall provide all labor, transportation, equipment, materials, supervision, and other items or services necessary to perform groundwater monitoring and well abandonment services at Fort McCoy. Services include groundwater sample collection, analysis, and reporting, at Closed Landfill #5. Contractor will furnish all supplies necessary to fulfill the Performance Work Statement. All laboratory analyses shall be conducted by a State of Wisconsin certified laboratory. Period of performance is 1 August 2020 through 31 July 2021, plus four one-year options and one six-month option to extend services. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 10:00 AM CT ON JUNE 15, 2020.
Posted: 05/15/20
SPONSOR: Dept of the Army, W6QM MICC Fort McCoy (RC), WI.

SOL: W912DW20R0002
DUE: 061520
NAICS: 541620. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS AN 8(A) SET-ASIDE under NAICS code 541620. Contractor is to provide environmental compliance-related support at JBLM YTC. Specific programs supported by this action include air, water, natural and cultural resources, P2, NEPA, wildlife, solid waste, RCRA, sustainability, and toxic substances. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 1:00 PM PT ON JUNE 15, 2020.
Posted: 05/15/20
SPONSOR: US Army Engineer District Seattle, WA.

SOL: N4008520R1202
DUE: 061620
NAICS: 541380. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE, NAICS code 541380 (Testing Laboratories), size standard $15M. Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic (NAVFAC MIDLANT), Public Works Department (PWD) Crane, Indiana, intends to utilize the IDIQ contract resulting from this solicitation to accomplish non-recurring work requirements for environmental sampling services related to asbestos, lead, PCBs, and additional other services as needed, including a Private Qualified Person (PQP). Sampling will take place at various buildings at Naval Support Activity Crane, Crane, Indiana, and Glendora Testing Facility, Sullivan, Indiana. Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, tools, supplies, transportation, supervision, quality control, and management necessary to perform all work requirements for environmental sampling to meet required standards. Asbestos inspections must be done by Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA)-trained and certified technicians licensed in the State of Indiana. The contract will be competitively awarded using low price-technically acceptable selection procedures, which will consist of the submission of price and technical proposals. The contract will have a one-time guaranteed minimum of $2,500 and a contract maximum of $5M. The contract term will be a 12-month base period and four 12-month options, not to exceed 60 months. This is a first-time procurement. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 2:00 PM ET ON JUNE 16, 2020.
Posted: 05/15/20
SPONSOR: Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid Atlantic, Norfolk, VA.

SOL: W912BV20R0028
DUE: 091120
NAICS: 541620. THIS SOLICITATION IS ISSUED AS A HISTORICALLY UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESS (HUBZone) SET-ASIDE, NAICS code 541620, size standard $16.5M. The USACE Tulsa District intends to award a $20M firm-fixed-price indefinite-delivery multiple-award task-order contract (MATOC) for environmental consulting services for projects assigned to the Regional Planning and Environmental Center (RPEC) within the geographic boundaries of the Southwestern Division (SWD) and projects assigned to SWD using a competitive "best value" trade-off source selection process. From this solicitation, up to three FFP IDCs may be awarded. Contractor may be required to execute and/or support a wide range of studies, evaluations, and field work activities under this contract that are common to one or more environmental programs. The actual degree of support, technical assistance, or administration of tasks associated with any particular study or evaluation will depend on specific TO requirements. Studies and evaluations that may be required under this contract include but are not limited to environmental investigation/site characterizations; environmental impact analyses and documentation; environmental baseline studies; air quality studies and evaluations; historical/records searches; interviews; permit applications and modifications; public health evaluations; risk assessments; ecological assessments; environmental assessments; NEPA evaluations; wetland determinations; hydrological studies; preliminary hazardous/toxic/radiological studies (phase I and II preliminary site assessments, environmental due diligence audits, environmental baseline studies, etc.); preparation of spill prevention plans; modeling; fate and transport analysis; treatability/compatibility studies; bioassay/toxicity studies; regulatory permit preparation, documentation, and monitoring; facility and utility system design; transfer of non-spatial and spatial data into DoD and US Army accepted databases; and regulatory/guidance determinations. OFFERS ARE DUE BY 2:00 PM CT ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2020.
Posted: 05/12/20
SPONSOR: US Army Corps of Engineers-Tulsa District.

SOL: 68HE0B20Q0153
NAICS: 541620. U.S. EPA has a requirement for development of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) system analysis tool (SAT) to assist in prioritization of destruction research and management decisions. North Carolina State University has been identified as the sole source for this requirement.
Posted: 05/13/20
SPONSOR: Environmental Protection Agency, ORD Simplified Acq Branch (SAB), Research Triangle Park, NC.