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U.S. Postal Service, Facilities Portfolio, Facilities Construction CMC, Washington, DC.
Federal Business Opportunities, Solicitation 104267-19-A-0014, 2019

This notice constitutes a request for submittal of SF330 packages, NAICS code 541310. Interested firms must request via email a copy of the solicitation and instructions detailing how to submit a proposal. The U.S. Postal Service is seeking sources for the performance of a variety of environmental services: (1) investigative surveys and reports, including environmental due diligence and regulatory response; (2) development of environmentally related scopes of work, design specifications, and cost estimates; (3) site remediation activities; (4) industrial hygiene services (e.g., asbestos-containing materials, lead-based paint, etc.); (5) procurement and submittal of environmental permits and related reports; (6) hazardous waste management and disposal services; (7) emergency response; and (8) minor environmentally related construction. These services will cover facilities in the states of CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT, NY, and NJ, and potentially in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. USPS reserves the right to select more than one firm, and contracts may be awarded for one state, multiple states, or all the aforementioned states. The awarded contracts will have a 2-year base ordering period with four 2-year options. The total amount of all work orders under all contracts awarded under this solicitation shall not exceed $9.9M for the 10-year period of performance. All SF330 packages must be submitted via the USPS SLFT portal by 3:00 PM ET on June 28, 2019. https://www.fbo.gov/notices/aad9664a91ef0d3e06565fd3d555e774

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