Longhouse Scenic Drive Rehabilitation Project ? Allegheny National Forest McKean and Warren Counties, Pennsylvania

Status
Inactive
Published Date
October 5th, 2023
Response Deadline
October 5th, 2023
Notice Type
Solicitation
Solicitation No.
W911WN23B8007

Buyer

DEPT OF DEFENSEDEPT OF THE ARMYW072 ENDIST PITTSBURGHPITTSBURGH, PA, 15222-4198, USA

PSC

CONSTRUCTION OF RESTORATION OF REAL PROPERTY (PUBLIC OR PRIVATE) (Y1QA)

Set Aside

Total Small Business Set-Aside (FAR 19.5) (SBA)

Summary

Solicitation DEPT OF DEFENSE is seeking a Total Small Business Set-Aside for the Longhouse Scenic Drive Rehabilitation Project in Allegheny National Forest, McKean and Warren Counties, Pennsylvania. The project aims to rehabilitate Longhouse Scenic Drive (FR 262) and includes tasks such as repairing landslides, providing aquatic organism passage structures and stream simulations, replacing culverts, executing pavement repairs, re-establishing roadside ditches, and performing roadside brushing and tree trimming. The project also involves the removal and installation of sign and post systems, as well as the construction of vehicular pull-off areas. The bid opening is scheduled for October 5, 2023. For more information, visit the provided link.

Description

Longhouse Scenic Drive Rehabilitation Project ? Allegheny National Forest, McKean and Warren Counties, Pennsylvania. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, has a project on behalf of the USDA Forest Service, Allegheny National Forest, Bradford Ranger District, to rehabilitate Longhouse Scenic Drive (FR 262) within the Allegheny National Forest, in accordance with the scope of work contained in the Interagency Agreement (IA) originally executed in July 2021.This requirement has been divided into a Base Contract and three (3) Options. The Base Contract work consists of rehabilitating Longhouse Scenic Drive (FR 262) from Station 130+96 to Station 447+00, including but not limited to the following tasks: a. Complete work to repair the landslide. b. Remove and dispose the existing culvert conveying Dutchman Run and provide an Aquatic Organism Passage structure and stream simulation. c. Remove and dispose the existing culvert conveying Dewdrop Run and provide an Aquatic Organism Passage structure and stream simulation. d. Remove and dispose the existing culvert conveying Elijah Run and provide the proposed culvert. e. Remove and dispose the existing culvert conveying Trib 56529 to Dewdrop Run and provide the proposed culvert. f. Remove and dispose existing culverts and provide 18 inch, 24 inch, 30 inch, and 36 inch culverts. g. Remove and dispose existing culvert headwalls and provide culvert headwalls for 24 inch and 30 inch culverts. h. Remove and dispose existing CMP half-pipes and/or provide culvert outlet protection. i. Address defective guide rail elements. j. Remove and dispose existing guide rail delineators and provide new delineators. k. Execute asphalt pavement 1.5 inch mill and overlay. l. Execute full width full depth pavement replacement. m. Execute known and/or miscellaneous pavement spot repairs. n. Re-establish roadside ditches. o. Perform roadside brushing and tree trimming. p. Provide pavement markings. q. Remove and dispose existing sign and post systems and/or provide new sign and post systems, pertaining to trail crossing(s).r. Protection and maintenance of traffic during construction. The Option 1 work consists of rehabilitating Longhouse Scenic Drive (FR 262) from Station 0+00 to Station 130+96 and from Station 447+00 to Station 597+86.04, and rehabilitating Jakes Rocks Road (FR 492) from Station 0+00 to Station 0+50, including but not limited to the following tasks: a. Remove and dispose the existing culvert conveying Mead Eddy Run and provide the proposed culvert and culvert outlet protection. b. Remove and dispose existing culverts and provide 18 inch, 24 inch, 30 inch, 36 inch, and 48 inch culverts. c. Remove and dispose existing culverts and provide 65 inch x 40 inch Arch RCP Type B culverts. d. Remove and dispose existing culvert and provide 36.25 inch x 22.5 inch Arch RCP Type B culvert. e. Remove and dispose existing CMP half-pipes and/or provide culvert outlet protection. f. Address defective guide rail elements. g. Remove and dispose existing guide rail delineators and provide new delineators. h. Execute asphalt pavement 1.5 inch mill and overlay. i. Execute full width full depth pavement replacement .j. Execute known and/or miscellaneous pavement spot repairs. k. Execute shoulder treatments. l. Re-establish roadside ditches. m. Perform roadside brushing and tree trimming. n. Provide pavement markings. o. Remove and dispose existing sign and post systems and/or provide new sign and post systems, pertaining to trail crossing(s). p. Protection and maintenance of traffic during construction. The Option 2 work consists of removing and disposing existing sign and post systems and/or providing new sign and post systems along Longhouse Scenic Drive (FR 262), and associated protection and maintenance of traffic during construction. The Option 3 work consists of completing all work to construct proposed Vehicular Pull-Off Areas 1, 3, 6, 10, and 11 along Longhouse Scenic Drive (FR 262), and associated protection and maintenance of traffic during construction. *** NOTICE *** Information regarding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers process for settling requests for equitable adjustments and duration goals to achieve definitization of equitable adjustments for change orders under construction contracts can be found by going to https://www.usace.army.mil/Business-With-Us/Partnering/ then clicking on ?View FFP Contract Changes Playbook Here?. 5 October 2023 Bid Opening held. 

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