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ASBESTOS ABATEMENT AT PIQUA, OH
Department of Energy, Navarro Research and Engineering Inc.,North Las Vegas, NV.
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitation LMCP6707B, 2019

Navarro Research & Engineering Inc., Support Contractor to U.S. DOE's Office of Legacy Management, invites firms to submit a proposal for subcontractor services to abate asbestos-containing material (ACM) at the Piqua, Ohio, reactor site. Abatement Subcontractor shall have a minimum of 10 years experience in performing ACM abatement. Currently leased to the City of Piqua, the site consists of two structures: a decommissioned Reactor Building and an Administrative Building. The 4380 sf (square footage at main level) decommissioned Reactor Building has an aboveground containment dome that extends 68 ft high and a 44-ft below-ground portion that contains an entombed thermal reactor decommissioned and buried in place in 1969. Several levels lie below the main level with varying square footages. Routine surveillance is performed to ensure that no radiological exposures occur at the site. The Administrative Building consists of three stories above grade and a full basement totaling 11,718 sf, including stairways. Ten homogenous material groups (e.g., floor tile, pipe dope, pipe insulation) were determined to be ACM. More site information can be found at https://www.lm.doe.gov/piqua/Sites.aspx. Proposals are due by 4:00 PM ET on February 19, 2019. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOE/SNJV/NNSANV/LMCP6707B/listing.html



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