Lease of Office Space within Region 4. Request for Lease Proposals (RLP) #21-REG04 - OFFICE SPACE


Subject: Lease of Office Space within Region 4. Request for Lease Proposals (RLP) #21-REG04 - OFFICE SPACE
Solicitation Number: 21-REG04_9MS2103
Notice Type: SOLICIT
NAICS: 531120
Notice Published: 05-03-21
Response Due: 05-07-21

Agency: General Services Administration
Office: PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE
Contact: Ronnie R. Fulgham This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph: (404) 983-7796
Office Address: ATLANTA, GA 30303
Place of Performance: Oxford, MS

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U.S. GOVERNMENT General Services Administration (GSA) seeks to lease the following space: State:MS City: Oxford Delineated Area: North (CR-105/Old Sardis Rd (Hwy 314): On Old Sardis Rd East to McElroy Dr.; McElroy Dr. East to Molly Barr Rd.; Molly Barr Rd.; Molly Barr Rd East/Northeast to CR-101; CR-101 North to CR-1032; CR-1032 East to Hwy 7; Hwy 7 South to Hwy 30; Hwy 30 to CR-217 East(Hwy 30/County Rd 217): CR-217 South to Hwy 6; Hwy 6 E West to F.D. Buddy East Parkway; F.D. Buddy South Hwy 334; Hwy 334 Southeast to County Road 403; County Road 403 South to Morris Drive; Morris Drive South to Fazio Drive South (Morris drive/Fazio Drive): Fazio/Clubhouse West to Industrial Park drive; Industrial Park Drive West to Hwy 7 South: Hwy 7 South-Southwest to Veterans Drive; Veterans Drive West to South Lamar Blvd North to Belk Rd/CR-300; Belk Rd. /CR-300 West to Old Taylor Rd; Old Taylor Rd North to Chucky Mullins Dr.; Chucky Mullins Dr. North to Highway 6; Highway 6 West to CR-105 West (Highway 6/CR-105): CR-105 North to Old Sardis Rd. (Hwy 314) Minimum Sq. Ft. (ABOA): 7,126 Maximum Sq. Ft. (ABOA): 7,839 Space Type: Office Parking Spaces (Total): 14 Parking Spaces (Surface): 14 Parking Spaces (Structured): 0 Parking Spaces (Reserved): 0 Full Term: 180months Firm Term: 120 months Option Term: NA Additional Requirements: Agency Unique Requirements: 1. General Office a. Office space should be located within the Oxford, MS metropolitan area. The space must be central within the Agencys area-of-responsibility and close to major arteries and highway systems, in order to allow personnel to respond quickly to operations throughout its vast area of jurisdiction. b. The building entrance must be obscure, and separate from other building tenants. Entry into the building must provide access directly from the exterior without having to traverse interior circulation. c. The facility must allow for 24-hour access to the building, at no additional cost to the Agency for after-hours use. d. The suite must be equipped with a backup generator or a UPS system. A UPS for dedicated circuits is critical. 2. Office Area a. Open office area must be a contiguous space that allows for all workstations b. The facility must have dedicated restrooms within the office suite. c. Design must include furniture plan. Contractor to coordinate scheduling for installation of furniture which is under separate agency contract. d. Provide power, telephone, and data receptacles as required for all workstation and offices. Contractor to coordinate scheduling for installation of telephone and data wiring, which is under a separate agency contract. e. Provide power for photo-copying machines at a central location for use by the open office area and private office occupants. f. Provide power for all equipment as required throughout the suite. Coordinate with Agency to obtain specifications for equipment. 3. Conference Rooms, Debrief Conference Rooms, and Resource Training Classrooms a. Training classrooms must be equipped with video-conference capability. Including floor and wall mounted receptacles for telephone and data. Floor mounted receptacles are must be located throughout the center of the space to allow alternate room configurations. Include locations for a minimum of two monitors at opposite ends of the room, based upon the room configuration. b. Large Resource Training Room must be equipped with video-conference capability. Including floor and wall mounted receptacles for power, telephone and data. Include space for control module monitoring the shoot house exercises. c. Focus Conference Rooms must include telephone and data capability. d. Provide marker boards, and cork board in each focus/conference/training room. Amount to be determined by size of space. 4. Tactical Area/Vault a. Provide 24 deep fixed industrial shelving as required to support tactical equipment. b. Provide weapon storage rack as required to quantity held within the office. 5. Parking a. Provide dedicated parking spaces that are a mix of secure and reserved spaces. Mix of secure and reserved space will be determined during the design process. The parking spaces should be discrete, and allow for obscure ingress and egress of the building by Agency personnel. Provide 1 space per Agency Government Owned Vehicles. b. Parking lot layout should also allow for direct, un-impeded access to and from the street, allowing quick vehicular ingress and egress. c. Parking that is fenced in must be visually shielded from the public. 6. Security Requirements a. Provide rough-ins for security device installation, including power, conduit, ring and string, and junction boxes. Contractor to coordinate scheduling for installation of security wiring and devices, which under a separate agency contract. b. Ground floor office locations must have glass-break sensors on all exterior windows. Provide infrastructure conduit, junction box, and power in the ceiling for device installation. c. Ground level office locations will require obscure tint treatment on all exterior windows. d. Entrance to the office suite must have an entry control package (ECP) at all points of entry into the office suite. The Personnel Vestibule must be located on the front side of the suite, where the ECP will be comprised of a CCTV camera, a remote intercom, and a card reader with a magnetic contact switch and an electric strike on doors. Provide a CCTV monitor, an intercom master, and a door release button at one Supervisors office and one central location in the open squad area. Provide infrastructure conduit, junction box, and power for installation of devices by others. Contractor to coordinate scheduling for installation of security wiring and devices, which is under a separate agency contract. e. Provide a Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) for access to the secured parking area. PACS includes a proximity card reader, CCTV camera, and remote intercom. Provide infrastructure conduit, junction boxes and power for installation of devices by others. Contractor to coordinate scheduling for installation of security wiring and devices which under separate agency contract. 7. Miscellaneous a. Provide ring and string for telephone, data, and security wiring. Contractor must include all power, backer board, and junction boxes as required to support Agency device installation by others. Contractor to coordinate with telephone, data and security contractor to install required wiring and devices. b. The facility must have a dedicated computer/IT room within the office suite. 8. Agency must review and approve each design submission, including modifications. Contract documents must be submitted to the Agency in DWG (AutoCAD) and PDF formats. Offered space must meet Government requirements for fire safety, accessibility, seismic, and sustainability standards per the terms of the Lease. A fully serviced lease is required. Offered space shall not be in the 100 year flood plain. Entities are advised to familiarize themselves with the telecommunications prohibitions outlined under Section 889 of the FY19 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), as implemented by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). ). For more information, visit: https://acquisition.gov/FAR-Case-2019-009/889_Part_B. ************************************************************************************************ Action required: for pre-solicitation NOTICES/ADVERTISEMENTS seeking expressions of interest, insert the following language only for potential sole source succeeding lease actions. Delete for procurement summary page. do not use for full and open procurements. Offers Due: 05/7/2021 Occupancy (Estimated): 12/1/2021 Send Offers to: Offers must be submitted electronically through the Requirement Specific Acquisition Platform (RSAP), located at https://lop.gsa.gov/rsap/. Interested parties must go to the RSAP website, select the Registration link and follow the instructions to register. Instructional guides and video tutorials are offered on the RSAP homepage and in the HELP tab on the RSAP website. Solicitation Number: Solicitation (RLP) Number 9MS2103 Government Contact Information (Not for Offer Submission) Lease Contracting Officer Elaine Peters 404-433-8428 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Leasing Specialist Ronnie Fulgham 404-983-7796 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Note: Entities not currently registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) are advised to start the registration process as soon as possible.