W912CN-20-Q-WS02 – Sources Sought – Remove, Replace, and Test (1) 50 KVA Transformer

Aug 25, 2020 | Sources Sought

     This is a sources sought announcement only.  All responses will be used for market analysis in determining the availability of potential businesses that may be used to determine appropriate acquisition strategy.  No solicitation is being issued at this time.  The 413th Contracting Support Brigade at Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii is seeking commercial sources to  provide all labor, supervision, tools and transportation necessary to perform removal of one (1) 75 KVA Transformer at Kilauea Military Camp (KMC) Building 88, on the Island of Hawaii.  Contractor shall install one (1)  Government provided 50 KVA Transformer, perform operational test in accordance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH), Department of Transportation (DOT), Defense, Reutilization & Marketing Office (DRMO), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Federal, State and local laws, regulations and ordinances.

It is anticipated that the contract performance period will be completed by 30 September 2020.

     The North American Industry Classification Systems (NAICS) Code proposed for the requirement is 335311; Power, Distribution and Specialty Transformer Manufacturing. The size standard for NAICS 335311 is 750.  The government requests interested parties submit a response which includes a brief description of their company’s business size (i.e. annual revenues and employee size, business status) and a description of same/similar services offered to the Government and to commercial industries.  The Government will use this information in determining its set-aside decision.  Interested firms are requested to provide the aforementioned information, along with interest and capability statements no later than 28 August 2020.

     This Sources Sought Notice is issued for the purpose of market research in accordance with FAR Part 10.  The Performance Work Statement (PWS) is posted with this notice and interested parties are encouraged to submit industry comments to the PWS.  Interested vendors should submit their capability statement in writing, limited to three pages.  The capability statement shall be in sufficient in detail to allow Government to determine the organization’s related qualifications to perform the work.  The statement shall include:

  1. A statement of interest in services contained herein
  2.  A synopsis of the contractor’s capabilities and related experience, limited to three pages.

Additional information regarding this requirement will be posted for viewing on https://beta.sam.gov/  as it becomes available. Interested parties are cautioned that the draft PWS posted with this notice is subject to change; the formal version of the PWS will be released with the solicitation on a future date. All potential offerors are reminded that in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.204-7, SAM, lack of registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) will make an offeror ineligible for contract award.

NOTE: It is the responsibility of all potential offerors to monitor the https://beta.sam.gov/ web site for release of any future synopses or release of the solicitation.

Submissions to this notice may be emailed to Warren Sabugo, 413th Contracting Support Brigade at warren.m.sabugo.civ@mail.mil no later than 12:00 p.m. Hawaiian Pacific Time (HST) 28 August 2020.  Submission shall include the subject line Remove, Replace, and Test (1) 50 KVA Transformer.  Any information provided by industry to the Government as a result of this sources sought synopsis is strictly voluntary.  Responses will not be returned. No entitlements to payment of direct or indirect costs or charges to the Government will arise as a result of contractor submission of responses, or the Government’s use of such information.

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