Army Corps: Two-Phase Central America MATOCS (USA)

Army Corps Two-Phase Central America MATOCS

The Government intends to award two or more contracts pursuant to this solicitation.

These contracts shall be Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) to support U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, Military Construction and Support for Others program for Central America and Mexico.

However, the Government reserves the right to utilize these contracts for general construction projects located in other parts of South America and the Caribbean at the discretion of the Contracting Officer. This requirement is being handled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, Mobile; Alabama.

The term of each contract is limited to a base period of 12 months with and four option periods of 12 months each. The guaranteed minimum for each contract is $1,000. The total dollar capacity for the entire pool of contractors is $49 million over five years.

Objective

This contract will require contractors to provide all plant, labor, equipment and materials necessary to perform construction, incidental demolition, upgrade and repair of facilities and structures.

Work will typically include vertical and horizontal construction, site work, geotechnical surveys, landscaping, surveying, mapping, mechanical and electrical work for blast resistant, fortified structures; rigid and flexible paving for roads, airfields and helipads; parking lots; riverine and marine construction of floating docks, piers, and barges; dredging; construction of remote and temporary camps, firing ranges, rappel towers, shoot houses, fuel systems, ammunition storage, food storage, interior and exterior utilities to include water and sewage treatment, water wells, communications, electrical power (to include generators and solar and wind power), security (to include field fortifications, wire obstacles, bunkers, watch towers and security fencing and hardening of existing facilities) and safety of facilities.

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Press Release, January 3, 2013

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