The Kansas City Regional Office of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is conducting a *Preproposal Conference – Wednesday – July 12, 2017 – in Fredericktown, MO*. The referenced solicitation is for remediation of lead contaminated soils within the Madison County Superfund Site, OU3, in southeast Missouri. The assigned solicitation number is SOL-R7-17-00010. All potential primes – and all potential subcontractors – are encouraged to attend this important event!
This contract opportunity has been issued as a *Small Business Set-Aside Competition* with funds from the EPA Superfund Program. The solicitation opened on June 30, 2017 and closes on July 31, 2017 at 1430 CS.
EPA is seeking the services of an experienced firm to provide Remedial Action (RA) services for Residential Properties impacted by human transport of mine waste resulting from nearly 2 1/2 centuries of mining in the Old Lead Belt area located in Madison County and southern St. Francois County in southeast MO. The work to be performed under this contract consists of excavation, consolidation, disposal, and re-vegetation of mining wastes and contaminated soils at portions of the Site. The contractor shall be required to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Remediation will be conducted pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERECLA) as amended by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Action (SARA), and National Contingency Plan (NCP) requirements.
CONTRACT & BONDING: EPA expects to award an indefinite quantity with fixed unit prices contract consisting of a one-year base period and two one-year option periods, totaling a potential three-year period. The total estimated dollar value range is *$10million to $20 million*. The performance and payment bonding requirements will be *20%* of the award amount for the base contract period – and then *separately* for each of the respective optional contract periods.
FINDING THE SOLICITATION: You can easily find the solicitation and all amendments referenced at www.fbo.gov, or located at www.fedconnect.net. On FBO, search by the solicitation number given above. On FedConnect, which will have the actual solicitation, search Public Opportunities with the solicitation number under “Reference Number”.
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS: Under L-17 EPA-L-15-104: (a) Electronic submission of proposals, bids, offers or quotes is required and shall only be accepted through the FedConnect web portal. FedConnect can be accessed at support. There is no charge for registration in or use of FedConnect. (b) All vendors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM), as this facilitates vendor credentials validation for FedConnect. Registration may be completed and information regarding the registration process may be obtained at http://www.sam.gov. There is no charge for registration in SAM.
*** If your firm is a Small Business under NAICS 562910 Environmental Remediation, you’re invited to explore being an EPA prime contractor on this unique opportunity. You’ll potentially find a variety of firms attending that are interested in being one of your subs.
*** If your firm is interested in exploring subcontracting opportunities, you’re invited to come meet and exchange information with a variety of firms considering bidding as primes on this contract.
Either way, YOUR attending this Conference should be extremely valuable! Information on this opportunity is also available through the Procurement Technical Assistance Centers, the Small Business Administration and various business development organizations. Again, all potential small business primes – and all potential subcontractors – are being encouraged to attend!
PREPROPOSAL CONFERENCE – WEDNESDAY – JULY 12, 2017 – 3:00PM
Black River Electric Cooperative
2600 Highway 67
Fredericktown, MO 63645
*** Offerors planning to attend the Conference must provide written notification to the Contracting Officer Scott Dandy, dandy.scott, and Contract Specialist Arlo Hurst, hurst.arlo, at least 2 days prior to the conference date.
TECHNICAL QUESTIONS: Per Section L-16 Local Clauses EPA-L15-102: Offerors must submit all technical questions concerning this solicitation electronically through FedConnect. In order to submit questions, offerors must register in FedConnect at support. Only those technical questions posted through FedConnect will be accepted. EPA must receive technical questions no later than fifteen (15) calendar days after the issuance date of this solicitation. EPA will utilize FedConnect to issue amendments to the solicitation (e.g., to answer technical questions which may affect proposal submittal). EPA will not reference the source of the questions.
1. You’ll be able to obtain potentially valuable information towards preparing your submission.
2. You’ll be able to meet various prospective primes and subs. So, bring your business cards!!
We’re conducting this Conference to help Your company learn about this contract opportunity. So, send us Your questions!
Again, please let us know you’re coming.
We hope to See You – Wednesday – July 12th!