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DHHS, NIH, Office of Research Facilities/Office of Acquisitions, Bethesda, MD.
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitation NIHOF201800050, 2019

This solicitation is set aside for woman-owned small business concerns, NAICS code 562910. Primary services anticipated under the resultant IDIQ Requirements Contract include environmental feasibility assessment, site characterizations, and remediation of identified and encountered hazards as required prior to renovation or demolition of NIH space. The main contaminant is expected to be mercury in various chemical and physical forms, along with other facility-intrinsic or research-related hazards. Contractor is to conduct investigations, remediate environmental contamination, and generate appropriate documentation for NIH. Selective demolition of facilities or other identified features might be necessary to support the remediation project. Proposals are due by noon ET on March 13, 2019. There is no incumbent contractor. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/HHS/NIH/ORS/NIHOF201800050/listing.html

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