“Technical Support Services Contract for Infrastructure Laboratories”

Status
Inactive
Published Date
October 5th, 2023
Response Deadline
October 19th, 2023
Notice Type
Sources Sought
Solicitation No.
693JJ3-24-SS-0002

Buyer

TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OFFEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION693JJ3 ACQUISITION AND GRANTS MGTWASHINGTON, DC, 20590, USA

PSC

TRANSPORTATION R&D SERVICES; SURFACE TRANSPORTATION, PUBLIC TRANSIT, AND RAIL; BASIC RESEARCH (AS11)

Summary

Sources Sought TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION is conducting a market survey to identify potential interest and capability for providing non-personal technical support services. These services will support the research activities of the Infrastructure Laboratories located at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) in McLean, Virginia. The purpose of this survey is to assist in market research efforts for a potential requirement to provide experienced researchers, engineers, and technicians to support the activities of the Geotechnical Laboratory, J. Sterling Jones Hydraulics Research Laboratory, Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory, and the Structures Laboratory. The FHWA will use the results of this survey to determine an acquisition strategy for future awards to support these four laboratories.

Description

This is only a Market Survey for written information. This is neither a Request for Proposals nor an announcement of a forthcoming solicitation. Information received will be considered solely to identify potential interest and capability for providing non-personal technical support services to support research activities of Federal Highway Administration’s Infrastructure Laboratories located at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) in McLean, Virginia. The FHWA is not obligated to contact any or all respondents, hold meetings with any or all respondents, or solicit proposals because of this request. The FHWA will not reimburse costs associated with responding to this request and does not intend to pay for the information received. The purpose of this SSN is to assist the FHWA in its market research efforts for a potential requirement to provide experienced researchers, engineers, and technicians to support the activities of  the Geotechnical Laboratory, J. Sterling Jones Hydraulics Research Laboratory, Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory, and the Structures Laboratory. The FHWA will use the results of this and other market research efforts to determine an acquisition strategy for future award(s) to support these four laboratories. 

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