Old Town Phase I Demolition

Photo courtesy of Berkeley Lab Aerial view of Omnitron site and Old Town.

Photo courtesy of Berkeley Lab
Aerial view of Omnitron site and Old Town.

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Old Town Phase One Demolition Project

Pre-qualification of Prospective Bidders: The University has determined that Offerors for this project must be pre-qualified. Pre-qualified firms will be required to have a valid California contractor’s licenses appropriate for the type of work involved. The Offeror or performing lower tier subcontractor is required to have the following California contractor’s certifications: ASB asbestos and HAZ – Hazardous Substance Removal. The University is seeking responses from both large and small businesses. The University may elect to set this requirement aside exclusively for small business participation if a sufficient number of small businesses are pre-qualified.

This project includes the disconnection of utilities, abatement, demolition, soil remediation and site stabilization of multiple buildings and slabs within the Old Town Area of LBNL. The Old Town area of LBNL is in close proximity to the vibration sensitive Advanced Light. Most buildings in Old Town were constructed during and post WWII as research and/or support facilities. The full extent of the scope of work will depend upon funding. Request for Proposal may be solicited from pre-qualified firms for Phase 1 Demolition and the work is anticipated to occur over approximately 6 months.

The University intends to award a single lump sum subcontract for this work based on completed design documents. The subcontract will be issued under Prime Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231 between the University and the United States Government (hereinafter “Government”), represented by the Department of Energy (hereinafter “DOE”) for the management and operation of the LBNL and the performance of certain research and development work.

Estimated Price Range and Construction Period: The estimated total construction cost for the work is $14M to $19M and a construction duration of 180 calendar days.

Site Visit: A non-mandatory site visit is scheduled at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 for interested parties. If you intend to participate, send an e-mail to Marissa Smithwick (MLSmithwick@lbl.gov) or Sharon Ropes (SARopes@lbl.gov) by 3PM on Thursday March 20, 2014 for gate access and any additional instructions.

Procedures: Prequalification questionnaire & packet will be available to interested firms beginning March 17, 2014 at the following web site: http://facilitiesprojects.lbl.gov/. Completed pre-qualification documents are due April 7, 2014. Any questions or requests for clarification or interpretation of the Pre-qualification Documents must be submitted by e-mail to Sharon Ropes at SARopes@lbl.gov. Questions must be submitted by March 31, 2014. Questions received after that date will be answered at the discretion of the University.

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