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Overview and Opportunities U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District April 29, 2009. Worldwide organization --- 9 divisions, 45 districts 233 years of service to the Nation 35,000 people Civil Works Military Programs Interagency & International Services. Tulsa District.

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Worldwide organization ---

9 divisions, 45 districts

233 years of service to the Nation

35,000 people

Civil Works

Military Programs

Interagency & International Services

fy09 dollars by program total dollars 1 374b
FY09 Dollars by ProgramTotal Dollars: $1.374B

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

fy09 overall sb projections
FY09 Overall SB Projections

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

fy09 13 program

FY09-13 Program

  • Military
  • Ranges
  • Clinics
  • Barracks
  • Admin Facilities
  • Artifact Storage
  • Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities
  • Airfield Pavement Upgrades
  • Chapel
  • Physical Fitness Centers
  • Rail Improvement Projects
  • Starship Barracks Upgrades
  • Industrial Building Infrastructure Upgrades
  • Technical Training Facilities
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FY09-13 Program

  • Civil
  • Canton spillway bridge
  • Canton weir and fuse gates
  • Canton spillway plug excavation
  • Maintenance and repair of hydraulic steel structures
  • Bridge rehabilitation/repair/replacement
  • Road repair and maintenance
  • Public Use Area maintenance and upgrades
  • Hydropower projects
  • Chloride Control Pump houses, pipelines
  • Various Continuing Authority Projects
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Engineering, Design, Construction Phase Services- Environmental- Planning ServicesSolicitations will include both unrestricted and those set aside for various socioeconomic groups

ID/IQ Architect/Engineer

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SATOCsSolicitations will include both unrestricted and those set aside for various socioeconomic groups

Environmental Services

Environmental Remediation Services

  • MATOCSolicitation will be set aside for small business
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Site Specific Construction

Project $ Range Advertise

Fort Sill Training Complex Upgrade (Norfolk) $40- 50M 4th QTR

Altus AFB, DASR/RAPCON Facility $5 - 10M Jun – Jul

Tinker AFB, DLA Warehouse $20- 30M Apr –May

Tinker AFB, Realign Air Depot Street $3 - 5M May - Jun

Fort Sill Joint Fires and Effects Training $15- 25M Jul - Aug

Fort Gibson Tainter Gate Paint/Repair $5 - 20M Apr- May

american recovery and reinvestment act

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

  • - Military
    • MILCON
    • SRM Miscellaneous building repair and infrastructure upgrades
  • Civil Works:
  • Total for the district is $127,563K
    • OK - $83,719 K
    • TX - $12,660 K
    • KS - $31,184 K
    • Awards scheduled April – September 2009
    • Most construction to be completed by September 2010
business planning
Central Contractor Registration (CCR): Firms must be in CCR in order to receive an award. CCR must be current.

ORCA: Online Representations and Certifications – must be current and complete to receive an award.

FEDBIZOPPS: www.fbo.gov

Non-Recovery Act Projects: All actions available for competition will be advertised in FEDBIZOPPS

Recovery Act Projects: All actions, both competitive and non-competitive, including task orders under SATOCs and MATOCs, will be advertised in the FEDBIZOPPS for the timelines required by FAR Part 5

Business Planning

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

additional information
Contracting Division Central Telephone Line:

918-669-7270

FEDBIZOPPS: www.fbo.gov

USACE Recovery Act webpage: www.usace.army.mil/recovery/Pages/default.aspx

Federal Government webpage:

www.Recovery.gov

Additional Information

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

contacts
Colonel Anthony Funkhouser, District Commander,

918-669-7201 anthony.funkhouser@usace.army.mil

John Roberts, Deputy for Project Management,

918-669-7201 john.h.roberts@usace.army.mil

Yolane Hartsfield, Small Business Officer,

918-669-7530 yolane.hartsfield@usace.army.mil

Clif Warren, Chief, Engineering and Construction,

918 669 7008, clif.warren@usace.army.mil

www.swt.usace.army.mil

Contacts
types of services
Construction

Architect-Engineer (A-E)

Environmental Services

Types of Services

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

construction types of contracts
Invitation for Bids (IFBs)

Request for Proposals (RFPs)

Single-Phase and Two-Phase Design-Build

Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) (SATOCs and MATOCs)

8(a) and other Socio-Economic Programs

Requirements by law and/or NAICS

Construction - Types of Contracts

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

construction idiqs
Indefinite-Delivery / Indefinite- Quantity (IDIQ)

Performance-Oriented Construction Activities (POCA) – range from $100K - $3.5M

Construction/ Design-Build Services – range from $3.5M to $15M sole source (Tribally-owned or Alaska Native firms only) or to $49.5M (Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCS))

Job Order Contracts (JOC) – installation / location specific

Specialty -- Industry Specific

Construction - IDIQs

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

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POCA IDIQ

-- Total Value from $100K - $3.5M, base period plus up to 4 option years

Smaller projects – under $1M

Full design is not required

Contractor prepares work plans

Negotiate price and performance

Requires a project to award as minimum guarantee under the contract

Construction - IDIQs

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

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Construction / D-B Services IDIQ

-- Total value from $3.5M to $15M - sole source to Tribally-owned or Alaska Native firms only (limited to $3.5M total value if contract or task order is specifically for Recovery Act work)

-- Total value up to $49.5M - Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCS)

Projects $1M - $5M

Full design is not required

Negotiate price and performance

Requires a project to award as minimum guarantee for the contract

Construction - IDIQs

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

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JOC IDIQ

RS Means used as Price Book

Contractor bids coefficient factor by location of the work

Negotiation of effort / quantities only then Price Book pricing is applied

Work to industry specifications

Not for use in D-B projects or new construction

Requires a project to award as minimum guarantee for the contract

Construction - IDIQs

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

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Specialty – Industry-Specific

Roads / Paving

Painting

Minor Renovation / Repair

Erosion Repair

Debris Removal (Waterways)

Unique contractor abilities needed

Construction - IDIQs

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

construction
Socio-Economic Program Considerations

Sole source 8(a) up to $3.5M total value

Competitive 8(a) over $3.5M total value

Sole source to Tribally-owned or Alaska Native Owned 8(a) Corporations over $3.5M, if accepted by SBA (Contracts are limited to $3.5M total value for Recovery Act work)

Emerging Small Business only if under $30,000 total value

Construction

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

architect engineer a e
Design / Project Specific (“C”)

Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) (“D”)

Architect-Engineer (A-E)

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

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Design / Project Specific Contract (“C”)

Used for a specific design project

Best expertise obtained

Requires advertisement and selection IAW Brooks Act procedures (FAR Part 36)

Architect-Engineer (A-E)

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

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IDIQ Contract (“D”)

Requires advertisement and selection IAW Brooks Act procedures (FAR Part 36)

Used for more general design expertise

Task order and contract limits by regulation (current contract limit is $12M over 5 years)

Minimum guarantee requirements for basic contract – amount deemed appropriate by the Contracting Officer

Architect-Engineer (A-E)

Tulsa District – Building Strong!

strategic contracting focus
AE:

$36M in new A-E capacity – awards in progress

$75M in new A-E capacity planned for FY09

Construction SATOCs/MATOCs:

$223M in new MATOCs for Construction / D-B Services capacity planned / in-progress for FY09

$225M in new SATOC POCAs and Construction / D-B Services capacity planned for FY09

QA support services:

$5M remaining capacity under existing SATOCs for these services.

Services are included in $24M of the new A-E capacity noted above

Strategic Contracting Focus

Tulsa District – Building Strong!