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Demolition of Structures Hurricane Katrina Recovery
November 1, 2005
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[font=Verdana]Demolition of Structures, Supporting FEMA in Hurricane Katrina Recovery, Louisiana Recovery Field[/font]

[font=Verdana][font=Verdana]The Corps of Engineers Louisiana, Recovery Field Office, intends to explore the availability of large, 8(a), Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business and Hub Zone firms located in Louisiana for the following project: Demolition of Structures within, but not limited to, the Parish boundaries of Plaquemines, St. Bernard, and Orleans, devastated by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. The [/font][/font][font=Verdana][font=Verdana]requirement may cover both public and private structures condemned by local officials. Under NAICS code 238910 with the primary task(s) as follows: Provide all supervision, labor, plant, equipment and materials necessary to perform complete demolition of 10 structures per day. The structures will be demolished using a tract or rubber tired excavator with thumb attachment or grapple and water trucks with spray devices to reduce dust and possible [/font][/font][font=Verdana][font=Verdana]airborne asbestos that may be present. Household hazardous waste and white goods will be removed during the demolition process, and stored on site for removal by others. The white goods containing Freon shall be handled to prevent leakage. The structures will be removed down to the slab and the area 10 foot around the slab or footing foot print, will be cleared of all loose debris 6 inches or larger. Work should commence by [/font][font=Verdana]07:00[/font][font=Verdana] the day following receipt of the Notice to Proceed, and shall be performed within the designated work site(s). Work shall be performed during the hours of [/font][font=Verdana]7:00 am[/font][font=Verdana] and [/font][font=Verdana]7:00 pm[/font][font=Verdana], seven days per week. Documentation of completed work should include pre- and post-demolition digital photos detailing complete demolition. The contractors shall be bonded, and will be required to comply with all applicable local permits and licenses. Estimated magnitude of project for multiple awards value estimated at $75 million. Please advise of possible interest in this project as a qualified 8(a), Hub Zone, or Louisiana firm by providing to contact below a brief synopsis of previous projects performed with demolition of this nature, including dollar value, description of work, customer of the project with points of contact and phone numbers, bonding capability, possible partnership endeavors, and any particular experience with your firm. This synopsis is for information and planning purposes only, and is not to be construed as a Request for Proposal, or will the Government pay for information solicited. All interested parties should provide the aforementioned information to: [/font]
[font=Verdana]U.S. Army Corps of Engineers[/font]
[font=Verdana]ATTN: LA RFO-CT[/font]
[font=Verdana]Attn: Curtis Stracener[/font]
[font=Verdana]1900 N. Lobdell Blvd.[/font][font=Verdana], Room 122 [/font]
[font=Verdana]Baton Rouge[/font][font=Verdana], [/font][font=Verdana]LA[/font][font=Verdana]70806[/font]

[font=Verdana]No later than [/font][font=Verdana]November 7, 2005[/font][font=Verdana].
Respondents will not be notified of the results of the evaluation.[/font]


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