Bid Schedule

Entry Modifications at Ten Elementary Schools in Loudoun County, VA
Subcontractors Bid Due: 06/23/21 by 5pm
The Work consists of the construction of Entry Modifications at ten (10) Elementary Schools.
1. Sycolin Creek Elementary School
2. John W. Tolbert Jr. Elementary School
3. Ball’s Bluff Elementary School
4. Cool Spring Elementary School
5. Evergreen Mill Elementary School
6. Ashburn Elementary School
7. Belmont Station Elementary School
8. Newton-Lee Elementary School
9. Seldens Landing Elementary School
10. Steuart W. Weller Elementary School

Montgomery County Public Schools – Emory Grove Center Interior Modifications, MD
Subcontractors Bid Due: 06/24/21 by 5pm
Therapy Pool Area: Shore two bearing walls flanking therapy pool room, demolish lower portion and re-support remaining walls and roof loads above with steel beams and columns. Strip out plumbing fixtures and finishes to bare concrete and CMU walls. Fill pool and floors to level, smooth surface. Re-size exterior openings to accept new doors and windows. Construct new interior walls and finishes to form three new classrooms with all standard features. Construct permanent exterior walkway, ramps and steps. Construct temporary walkways and ramp to connect to portable classroom complex.
Room 132: Demolish one masonry partition to eliminate enclosed room. Construct new dividing wall to form two classrooms with all standard features. Retain most features and finishes. Replace exterior doorway, patch finished surfaces, extend suspended ceiling and install some new casework to match existing.

750 Miller Drive Renovations, VA
Subcontractors Bid Due: 07/06/21 by 5pm
Build-out the interior center section of an existing building located at 750 Miller Drive, Leesburg, Virginia 20177. The scope of work consists of renovating approximately 21,700 Square Feet (SF) and a mezzanine area that is approximately 2,400 SF. Demolition consists of slab cutting and below utility work and demolition of mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. New construction consists of new gypsum board and cold formed steel framing, wood doors in steel frames, ceramic tile flooring, vinyl tile flooring, acoustical ceiling tiles, stairs and stairwells, and elevator (provided by the county) and elevator shaft, plumbing piping and natural gas piping, plumbing fixtures including sinks; toilets and janitors closet, modifications to and existing wet-pipe fire sprinkler system and fire alarm system, mechanical equipment including rooftop units; ductwork and terminal boxes, new LED interior and exterior lighting, power infrastructure and communication infrastructure.

H. Carl Moultrie Courthouse Fourth Floor East Magistrate Judges Suite Renovation, DC
Subcontractors Bid Due: 07/08/21
Fourth Floor East Magistrate Judges Suite Renovation – The new Magistrate Judges Suite will occupy approximately 14,700 usable square feet that includes its existing area as well as suites to the east and south. Spaces will include offices, reception area, open area workstations, copy areas, lunchrooms, conference rooms and storage. An existing conference room in the adjacent Domestic Violence Division suite will be reoriented to provide a more uniform demised wall between the two suites. The floor common corridor will also be refinished to meet current DC Courts standards. The project shall be constructed in four sequential (4) phases: Phase 1A, 1B, 2A & 2B.

MATOC DB Construction Services for the continental US and Hawaii in any state or US territory for the Department of Interior and Forest Services – Phase 1
Typical work under the contract will include, but will not be limited to design services, construction of facilities, interior and exterior facility renovations, demolition and installation, heating and air- conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, interior and exterior electrical and lighting, fire and intrusion alarms, communications, interior & exterior utilities, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, concrete, asphalt paving, storm drainage, limited environmental remediation, surveys, studies, and other related work. Scopes of work for each task order will vary from site to site. All work will be accomplished in accordance with individual task order requirements, master specifications, contractor developed construction drawings, and a detailed estimate developed using a contract specific cost estimating software and unit price databases. All work to be performed under the awarded Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts will be in accordance with individual task order requirements, including specifications and drawings provided for each project. It is anticipated that multiple contract awards will be made as a result of this procurement. The primary area of coverage will be the continental US and Hawaii in any state or US territory for Department of Interior U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management. Work will be performed on land owned, leased, or with use agreements located in any state or US territory. Project sites may occur on tribal or tribal reservation land and require employment rights compliance.

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