Teams Now Forming for Wind River 17 Mile Road Construction Services

New Teaming Opportunity Available

Opportunity Details

End Customer:  

  • TRANSPORTATION > FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION > CENTRAL FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAY DIVISION


Place of Performance:

  • Within 50 miles of Unnamed Rd, Riverton, WY 82501, USA 50 43.0733 -108.197 Unnamed Rd, Riverton, WY 82501, USA

Teaming Partner Requirements

Industry/NAICS Code:  

  • 237310 Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction

General Details on this Teaming Opportunity 

The CFL anticipates awarding one Task Order based contract for this requirement. Because of the collaborative approach to constructing this project, the Central Federal Lands Highway Division intends to utilize a Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for the contractor services portion of the work. It is the intent of the Government to award Task Order #1 with the contract, and follow up subsequent task orders over the life of the SATOC. With funding from the Transportation Income Generating Economic Recovery Program (TIGER) program and the Wyoming State Transportation Program (STP), The Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Tribes are funded to construct the Wind River 17 Mile Road, West Section project, also known as Fremont County Road #334, outside the city of Riverton, Wyoming. The project will include improvements to the substandard horizontal roadway segment including horizontal curve realignment, grading, drainage culvert structures, and irrigation facility relocation and other incidental road reconstruction work. Tribal forces will be utilized to provide clearing and grubbing, excavation, roadway subgrade and aggregate base while contractor services will be utilized to provide asphalt paving and incidental road reconstruction finishing work. The government anticipates individual task orders up to a maximum of $5,000,000. Potential contractors will be required to demonstrate bonding capacity of up to $5,000,000 per task order with an aggregate capacity of up to $12,000,000. Bonding will only be required for individual task orders. Request for Task Order Proposals will include Davis Bacon wage determinations and specific plans and specs for the project. The first Task Order Request for Proposals (TO-RFP) will be issued simultaneously with the SATOC Request for Proposal. Contractors will be required to submit a proposal for the first task order as well as the base SATOC RFP. The proposal for the first task order will be used to evaluate price for the best value SATOC RFP. The contract will consist of one base year and options to extend the contract for four additional one-year periods. The scope of work for task orders may include, but are not limited to, the following construction services: mobilization, contractor sampling and testing, asphalt paving, drainage improvements, irrigation system construction, guardrail installation, signing, pavement markings, and traffic control. This is a best-value negotiated type procurement and evaluation factors for award will be fully stated in the RFP which will be available as noted below. The Government will award a SATOC resulting from this solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer conforms to the solicitation and is the most advantageous to the Government in terms of, price, technical, and other factors considered.

 

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