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BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY STACK DEMOLITION
U.S. DOE, Environmental Management Consolidated Business, Cincinnati, OH.
Federal Business Opportunities, FBO-5975, Solicitation 89303318REM000028, 2018

DOE's Office of Environmental Management is currently in the acquisition planning stage for demolition, decommissioning, and site clearance of the High Flux Beam Reactor (HFBR) and related buildings at the Brookhaven National Laboratory facility on Long Island, NY. DOE seeks to demolish the HFBR stack in a single effort. The decommissioning activities include isolation of utilities (e.g., electrical service), demolition and removal of the stack to 2 feet below grade, excavation of radiologically contaminated soils, final status survey, independent verification survey, packaging and staging of an estimated ~1,951 yd3 of waste, and restoration of the affected site. This project would be a new requirement and there is no incumbent contractor. The NAICS code for this requirement is expected to be 562910 (Environmental Remediation Services), small business size standard 750. The estimated period of performance is June 1, 2019 to Sept. 30, 2020. This notice solicits input via capability statements and comments from interested parties (including small business concerns) with the specialized capabilities necessary to perform all or part of the requirements defined in the attachments posted on FedConnect at https://www.fedconnect.net/FedConnect/?doc=89303318REM000028&agency=DOE [Note: It might be necessary to copy and paste the URL into your browser for direct access]. Capability statements must be received via email to the POC by 11:59 PM ET on August 6, 2018.



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