IDIQ MATOC FOR A-E Services for Traditional Title I, Title II, and other A-E Services

Department of the Air Force – AFICA

Solicitation in a Nutshell:

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Details

Agency:Department of the Air Force – AFICA
Status:Presolicitation
Solicitation Number:FA8903-19-R-0097
NAICS Codes:541330 — Engineering Services
Contract Period:Base ordering period: five (5) years with a single five (5) year option period 
Type of Contract:Multiple Award IDIQ
Number of Awards:Unknown
Estimated Value:Total program ceiling: $2,000,000,000
Task Orders: From $3,000 to a maximum of $100,000,000 
Set-Aside:100% Small Business Set-Aside and Full & Open Competition
Due Date & Time:Sep 03, 2019 3:00 pm Central
Contract & Award Type:Firm Fixed Price (FFP), negotiated, task orders
Facility Clearance:None
Multiple-proposals:If an Offeror elects to propose in multiple pools, a separate proposal package must be submitted.
Proposal Sections:
  1. Specialized Experience and Technical Competence [Part 1, Section F, Criterion (1)]
  2. Professional Qualifications [Part 1, Sections D & E, Criterion (2)]
  3. Past Performance [Part I, Section H, Criterion (3)]
  4. Knowledge of The Locality [Part I, Section H, Criterion (4)]
  5. Capacity To Accomplish The Work [Part I, Section H, Criterion (5)]
  6. Criterion (6) Small Business Participation Commitment Document
Evaluation Criteria:To be acceptable the Offeror must demonstrate relevant and completed projects (see definitions above) for the specific pool of interest.  However, greater consideration may be given to Offerors that demonstrate the following:

  1. A greater extent and breadth of experience in a variety of relevant projects;
  2. Relevant projects on a DoD installation where compliance with United Facilities Criteria was required;
  3. Title II project(s) where the Offeror provided construction phase credentialed architectural and engineering support services;
  4. Title I project(s) with greater complexity including more of the following elements:
    • Pool 1: Airfield Infrastructure
    • Pool 2: Facilities
    • Pool 3: General Infrastructure
    • Pool 4: Facilities AND General Infrastructure

Solicitation Documents:

ItemLink
Solicitation Link on FBO Website:IDIQ MATOC FOR A-E Services

Important Dates:

ActivityDate
Presolicitation questionsJuly 30, 2019 – 3:00 p.m. CT
Submission of letter of intentJuly 30, 2019 – 3:00 p.m. CT
Delivery of final proposalsSep 3, 2019 – 3:00 p.m. CT

Related Webinars:

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Discussion of the Proposal Win StrategyTBD

GDIC Relevant Material:

Service CategoryService Title
ArticleFirst Step Before Bidding on Government Contracts
Proposal SupportProposal Development Services

Summary of Scope of Work

The 772 Enterprise Sourcing Squadron (ESS) in conjunction with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC), Joint Base San Antonio – Lackland Air Force Base, TX, desires to contract with Architect-Engineer (A/E) firms in support of the Air Force’s Design and Construction mission. We anticipate awarding a Multiple Award Task Order (MATOC) Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Architect-Engineer (A-E) contract to support the worldwide design and construction mission, to include US installations supported by the Air Force, Army, Navy, and others. These Architect-Engineer Services will provide for Title I, Title II, and Other A-E Services supporting Military Construction (MILCON), Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM), and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs with a total program ceiling of $2.0B, to be shared among all contract holders.

In summary, the 772 ESS anticipates making awards to A-E firms according to the Table 1 and table below. The government reserves the right to award to more firms, fewer firms, or none at all.

 Pool#Pools# of A-E Firms for each Group (Estimated)Region
1Airfield Infrastructure4 Small Business ReserveWorldwide (including US)
8 Unrestricted (Full & Open)
2Facilities9 Small Business Set AsideUnited States
3General Infrastructure9 Small Business Set AsideUnited States
4Facilities & General Infrastructure12 Unrestricted (Full & Open)Worldwide (including US)

 

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