This announcement is a Sources Sought Notice (market survey). This is not a Request for Quote (RFQ) or a Request for Proposal (RFP). This announcement is for information and planning purposes only and is not a commitment by the Government, implied or otherwise, to issue a solicitation or award a contract. The purpose of this sources sought is to determine interest and capability of potential businesses. The Government may use responses to this sources sought notice to make an appropriate acquisition decision for this project.

The U.S. Coast Guard Surface Forces Logistics Center is conducting market research for potential qualified contractors for the dockside of the Coast Guard Cutter (CGC) HEALY from January 10, 2022 to May 10, 2022 in Seattle, WA.

The CGC HEALY is homeported in Seattle, WA at 1519 Alaskan Way S., Seattle, WA 98134. The CGC HEALY, the Coast Guard's largest vessel, is 420 feet long, 82 feet wide, drafts 31 feet (at full load), and weighs 16,660 long tons (at full load).

NAICS Code for this requirement: 336611 – Ship Building and Repairing

FSC Code for this requirement: J999 – Non-Nuclear Ship Repair (West)

Size Standard: 1,250 Employees

Please note that it is expected that during performance of the dockside there will be a significant amount of work that will be done on the Science Winch Control Systems, Cycloconverters, and the Main Diesel Engines by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) that may require laydown area on the pier, as well as regular coordination with the Coast Guard and the OEM to avoid overlap in work and other issues that may arise.

Significant work items include (but not limited to):

  • NACE Inspector (Level 3), Provide
  • Hull Plating (U/W Body), Diver’s Inspect
  • Fuel Oil Purifier (FOP) Overhaul
  • Lube Oil Purifier (LOP) Overhaul
  • Boiler, Annual Maintenance
  • Port & Starboard Miranda Davit, Annual Inspect and Repair
  • Aft Port Crane K15-45, Annual Inspect and Repair
  • Aft Starboard Crane K40-55, Annual Inspect and Repair
  • 04 Deck Crane (Port) TB 100-55, Annual Inspect and Repair
  • 04 Deck Crane (Starboard) TB 100-55, Annual Inspect and Repair
  • Bow Crane TB 60-65, Annual Inspect and Repair
  • A-Frames, Annual Inspect and Test
  • Instrumented Science Winch Sheaves, Inspect
  • Damage Control and Firefighting Systems, PMS
  • Valves, Renew
  • Deck Sockets, Modify
  • Flex Hose Assemblies, Renew
  • Internal Hoists, Annual Inspect and Test
  • Antenna Foundations, Preserve
  • MAFO-Holtkampt Door Installation
  • Small Boat Launch and Recovery Modifications

If interested, please respond to the attached questionnaire returning it via email to Contract Specialist, Wilma Estrada, at Wilma.L.Estrada@uscg.mil. Please insert – Sources Sought Response to 70Z08522IP4505600 in the subject line. Response deadline: October 6, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.. Pacific Daylight Time.

No cost or pricing data is required. All responsible sources may submit a capability statement, which will be considered by the agency.

The Government intends to advertise a solicitation for this project in the future. At this time, a solicitation does not exist; therefore, offers shall not be accepted. It is the potential Offeror's responsibility to monitor https://beta.sam.gov/ for release of any future solicitation that may result from this Sources Sought Notice.

No cost or pricing data is required. All responsible sources may submit a capability statement, which will be considered by the agency.