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SMALL BUSINESS HUBZONE SET-ASIDE INDEFINITE DELIVERY CONTRACTS (IDC) FOR A-E SERVICES, USACE NORTHWEST DIVISION (MEGA PHASE B)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Kansas City, MO.
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitation W912DQ19R3000, 2018

This request for submittal of SF330 packages is open only to HUBZone-certified businesses under NAICS code 541330 (Engineering Services). Firms are required to maintain their self-certified HUBZone status throughout the life of this contract; if not, they automatically become ineligible for task order awards. The Northwestern Division (NWD) of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has a requirement to acquire A-E hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste (HTRW) indefinite-delivery contracts for execution of its environmental mission. To support this effort, the Government intends to award contracts to three HUBZone firms sharing $6M in total contract capacity. The ordering period for each contract will be three years with an option for two additional years. Awards are anticipated no earlier than August 2019. The majority of the work will be located in the NWD (including Kansas City, Omaha, and Seattle Districts), with potential for work on EPA Region 2 projects, and likely will be performed under the CERCLA regulatory framework. Selected firms will work on a variety of hazardous waste and other environmental projects, including but not limited to contaminated soil and groundwater, contaminated sediments, radioactive and mixed waste, underground storage tanks and fueling systems, and habitat restoration and mitigation. SF330 packages must be received by 12:00 noon CT on December 7, 2018. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA41/W912DQ19R3000/listing.html



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