This webinar is a short, hands-on, interactive workshop that will break down a specific opportunity and help you form a response to a Sources Sought notification. If your company supports NAICS 236220, or other related NAICS, then you should attend.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District has been tasked to solicit and award a Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for construction at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas. The Government proposes to issue a firm fixed price type Indefinite Delivery Indefinte Quantity (IDIQ) contract for this requirement.

No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this synopsis or any follow up information requests. The purpose of this Market Research and Sources Sought Notice is to determine if there are adequate 8(a) contractors available to provide adequate competition to compete and perform a firm fixed price construction type contract.

The purpose of this proposed contract is to execute primarily sustainability, renovation, and modernization construction and/or design work at McConnell AFB, Kansas, and surrounding areas. Typical work may include but is not limited to repair and renovation of existing facilities potentially of the following types; industrial, distribution, manufacturing, office, retail, recreational, healthcare and commercial.

Representative work examples may include general interior finish upgrades and space reconfiguration, electrical service improvements, roofing materials replacement, mechanical systems repair, storm drainage structure repair, plumbing repairs and improvements, airfield pavements, walkways, etc.
Work may also include some construction of new facilities. Representative work examples may include construction of small classroom facilities, toilet facilities, shelters, gazebos, etc.

For more details, please log in to your Bidspeed account and follow this link: agent.fedbidspeed.com/?bb31dc89-dd9a-445f-9a33-70367433d73d.

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