$1m-$5m Design/Build Services needed for Department of State
Design/Build Services – Replacement of Existing Air Conditioning Units in Mitsui Towers, and Replacement of Fan Coil Units and Existing Thermostats with Digital Control in Temple Townhouses, Tokyo, Japan
Solicitation Number: SGE500-15-R-0026
Response Date: Mar 18, 2015 3:00 pm Central
Contact: Joanna Catsamaki,Contract Specialist
Place of Performance:American Embassy Housing , 2-1-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan
The Regional Procurement Support Office in Frankfurt, Germany, intends to issue a Firm Fixed-Price Design/Build Construction Type Contract during the second quarter of calendar year 2015.
The successful contractor shall perform all design, engineering and construction services including furnishing all labor, material, and equipment, and services required to 1) replace existing air conditioning units in Mitsui Towes, and 2) replace fan coil units and existing thermostats with digital control in Temple Townhouses located in the Mitsui and Temple Townhouses, American Embassy Housing, 2-1-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan.
It is anticipated that the magnitude of this project is between $1,000,000.00 and $5,000,000.00 U.S. Dollars for the entire project.
Companies interested in the solicitation shall express their interest by written correspondence to the attention of Ms. Joanna Catsamaki atCatsamakiJ@state.gov, no later than March 18, 2015 using the solicitation number SGE500-15-R-0026 in the subject line. DO NOT TELEPHONE. All requests for a copy of the solicitation MUST include the following information: Name of Firm, Name, Telephone and Fax Numbers, and Email Address of Point of Contact and Complete Physical and Mailing Address of Firm.
The solicitation package/documents shall not be placed on FedBizOpps. Only companies submitting a letter of interest shall receive a copy of the solicitation package/documents when available.
Firms shall be knowledgeable in written and spoken English and possess all appropriate permits and licenses to perform design/construction work in Japan.
A pre-proposal conference and site visit shall be tentatively scheduled for beginning/mid of April 2015, details of which will be provided to interested offerors.
APPLICATION FOR SOLICITATION DOCUMENTATION CHECK LIST
In checking the boxes of this check listing, you are acknowledging that your company is able to reach compliance with the following highlighted requirements included in the solicitation.
Business Licenses to Work in Japan: In accordance with DOSAR 652.242-73 AUTHORIZATION AND PERFORMANCE (AUG 1999) you will be required to provide written certification of authorization to operate and do business in Japan.
You will be required to provide information that clearly shows you are able to work in the country of Japan. Any entry or work visa issues requirements must be clearly discussed with a plan to mitigate any risk clearly identified.
Irrevocable Letters of Credit (ILOC): You shall show by way of a letter from a financial institution that your company will be provided with ILOCs totaling 40% of the value of the contract. The amounts being approved by your bank will need to be written into the documentary proof.
If you have a Duns number* and have been SAM** registered, please include below. Please note that the requirement to obtain a Duns number and for your company to be SAM registered, will be a mandatory requirement upon contract award.
Duns number:_______________________ SAM Registered: ( ) Yes ( ) No
* Dunn and Bradstreet: http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform
** System for Award Management: http://www.sam.gov
The failure to provide the above documentation when submitting your proposal may result in your proposal being found technically unacceptable and removed from the competition without further discussions.
Solicitation and award will be subject to the laws and regulations of the United States of America. This requirement is being competed utilizing full and open competition procedures.
The Contract Specialist for the administration of this contract is Joanna Catsamaki, Tel. +49 69 7535 3318, email CatsamakiJ@state.gov.