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Airmen Training Complex Dormitory #5 and Dining/Classrom Facility #3 is a design-bid-build (DBB), full and open competition contract for construction which includes the fifth of eight dormitories and the third of four dining/classroom facilities. This project provides for the construction of a 1,248 person basic military training (BMT) dormitory and a dining/classroom facility that supports two BMT dormitories. The dormitory is approximately 280,550 GSF, four stories, reinforced concrete structure, single elevator, clad with pre-cast concrete panels and provided with a standing seam metal roof. Supporting facilities include a free standing Equipment Building to house the mechanical equipment and a Weapons Cleaning Pavilion, running track, exercise pads, parking lots, AT/FP low security wall with integrated street lights and landscaping/irrigation. The dining/classroom facility is approximately 106,537 GSF, three stories with the first floor consisting of a full service commercial kitchen, dining area, support spaces, the second and third floors consist of eight 120-person classrooms with stadium seating each with supporting spaces per floor. The dining/classroom facility is to include structural steel frame on a pre-cast first floor, single elevator, clad with pre-cast concrete panels and be provided with a standing seam metal roof. Supporting facilities include parking lots, AT/FP low security wall, loading dock and landscaping/irrigation. Special foundations to support this new dormitory and dining/classroom facility will be required. Both the dormitory and dining/classroom facility will include building information system, intrusion detection system, energy monitoring and control system, fire/smoke detection and alarm system and connections to installation central systems. Supporting facilities include water, sewer, gas, and electric utilities, exterior communications, site drainage and final grading. Access for individuals with disabilities will be provided. In addition, the successful offeror will be required to establish the ATC West Campus construction "Free Zone" and construct a temporary construction haul road to access the ATC #5 dormitory and DCF #3 dining/classroom facility construction site.
Please see the Bid Form that will be used. You will be required to provide separate pricing for the Dorm #5, Dining Hall #3, Equipment Building, MEP Equipment in the Equipment Bldg for Dorm #5, MEP Equipment in the Equipment Bldg for Dining Hall #3, Concrete Piers @ Dorm #5 and the Concrete Piers @ Dining Hall #3. This Bid Form is located in the Specification Folder within this Invitation to Bid.
This project will require all trades to provide a Davis-Bacon Wage Scale. The Wage Scale is located in the Specification Folder within this Invitation to Bid.
SpawGlass Contractors, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all Small Business Enterprise Subcontractors and Suppliers to submit bid proposals for this Federal Project. These include all SDB, HUBZone, WOSB, SDVOSB, VOSB and HBCU/MI Small Business Enterprises.
SpawGlass requires subcontractors to obtain the following insurance policies: Workmen Comp, General Liability, and Automobile at a $1,000,000 policy and Excess/Umbrella at a $2,000,000 policy with additional insured endorsements. SpawGlass requires subcontractors to provide payment and performance bonds for any contracts exceeding $100,000.
Please see Amendment 05 that modified the CLIN Schedule, Line Item 0009.
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