TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) intends to solicit and award a contract to prepare design documents and perform construction renovation work on 6 laboratory spaces at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) located in McLean, Virginia. The proposed contract action is expected to be a competitive, firm-fixed price, design/build contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-phase Best Value Tradeoff Process. This project requires modification of existing interior space of the Turner & Fairbank buildings to provide for office space, storage, and laboratory enhancements to approximately 11,461 square feet (sf). Planned laboratory enhancements are as follows: - Aerodynamics Laboratory demolition and renovation in FG9 (3,602 sf) - MACHINE SHOP expansion in FG13 (406 sf) - STAC and Data analysis renovation in T112 (2,000 sf) - Coating and Corrosion laboratory renovation in FG14 (522 sf) - Virtual Reality laboratory renovation in F208 (1,040 sf) - Saxton laboratory renovation inT0134 (3,891 sf) A&E and construction services will include, among other things: - Design building improvements to include structural engineering, electrical engineering, and architectural design. - Prepare the construction bid plans, specifications, and engineer?s estimate (PS&E) in conformance with applicable requirements. - Provide project scheduling, facilitate and record construction meetings, preparing inspection reports and cost accounting strategies. - Assure project compliance with all federal and state standards as applicable and properly documented. - Provide quality control to ensure compliance with technical specifications and conformance with codes and standards. - Review all contractor requests for payment and submit approved requests for payment processing. - Conduct final inspection and testing, oversee punch list and warranty phases. - Provide owner documentation (warranties, material submittals) Estimated Price Range: Between $1 million and $5 million.
- TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
- WASHINGTON DC