Presolicitation: Permanent Housing Construction Repair Saipan & Tinian


Subject: Presolicitation: Permanent Housing Construction Repair Saipan & Tinian
Solicitation Number: 70FBR921R00000003
Notice Type: PRESOL
NAICS: 236118
Set-Aside: Local Area Set-Aside (FAR 26.2)
Notice Published: 05-03-21
Response Due: 06-10-21

Agency: Department of Homeland Security
Office: FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
Contact: Tom Madeira This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph: (202) 717-6388
Office Address: SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107
Place of Performance: MP 96950

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        04-18-21 PRESOL

        05-03-21 PRESOL

        05-08-21 PRESOL


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DESCRIPTION: The contractor shall provide all supervision, materials, labor, permits, licenses, designs, and equipment necessary to repair 17 homes, that were damaged by Typhoon Yutu during October 2018. This project also includes an option for the repair of more homes. The current projection is to exercise an option for 10 more home repairs about 180 calendar days after the base award. Since exercising this option is not definite, options will not be included in the evaluation for award purposes. ACQUISITION INFORMATION: This acquisition is proceeding as a Local Area/Small Business Set-Aside. The magnitude of this Firm-Fixed Price construction requirement, including options, is more than $10M. The Base Period of Performance is for 195 calendar days. This Procurement will be conducted under NAICS Code: 236118. The size standard for this code is $36.5M. The solicitation and all amendments for this acquisition will be posted on beta.sam.gov. It is the responsibility of the Offeror to check beta.sam.gov for the solicitation and any amendments or changes to the solicitation. Milestones: Below are the anticipated milestone dates . Once posted, please refer to the solicitation for complete details: Solicitation released: May 13, 2021 Site Visits, Saipan (16 properties): May 18, 2021 Site Visits, Tinian (1 property): May 19, 2021 Offeror Questions Due May 26, 2021 Proposals due: June 10, 2021 Award: September 2021 It is the responsibility of the Offeror to check beta.sam.gov for the solicitation and any amendments or changes to the solicitation. Site Visits Instructions: Registration is required for each attendee. Offerors are limited to no more than two (2) individuals per company. If you are interested in attending the Site Visits, submit the following attendee information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., no later than May 14, 2021, 3:00 pm CHST.: Attendee No. 1: Last Name, First Name, Company, Company Contact #, Company Contact email Attendee No. 2: Last Name, First Name, Company, Company Contact #, Company Contact email BACKGROUND On October 24, 2018, Category 5 Typhoon Yutu, the strongest typhoon to impact the Commonwealth ofNorthern Marianas Islands (CNMI) on record, caused catastrophic damage to the islands of Saipan andTinian. Typhoon Yutu caused one death, downed power poles and damaged vehicles, schools, hotels,businesses, airports and hundreds of homes on both islands. The U.S. President signed a Disaster Declaration on October 27, 2018 making funds available to theFederal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to provide disaster assistance to Saipan and Tinian.The Office of Response and Recovery (ORR), Recovery Directorate is seeking to repair and/or replaceeligible applicants housing affected by the disaster. The services required are in support of theIndividual Assistance (IA) Program DR-4404-MP. GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK The purpose of this procurement is to acquire construction services to repair eligible applicantsdwellings impacted in Saipan and Tinian to a habitable; safe, sanitary, and functional conditionper the applicable Federal, State and Local codes. FEMA defines habitable as safe, sanitary, andfunctional. Safe refers to being secure from disaster-caused hazards or threats to occupants;sanitary refers to being free ofdisaster-caused health hazards; and functional refers to an item or home capable of being usedfor its intended purpose. The Contractor shall ensure compliance with 2018 International Building Code (IBC) for high windand flooding hazards, and repairs not pertaining to high wind, and flooding standard shall becompleted in compliance with 2012IBC standards to include seismic zone 4 code, permitting,licensing, Federal floodplain management standards and environmental/historical preservationrequirements Please see exceptions to the applicable code requirements, listed below. Utilizing theindividual scopes of work that the U.S. Government (USG) will provide, all repair work must beperformed by licensed buildingContractors, authorized to work in the CNMI, using materials of average quality for the lowest price(builder grade), IBC minimum code compliant materials and employing at a minimum 30% local labor(IAW FAR 52.226-5), to the greatest extent possible. The Program activities require the services of professional construction technicians, engineers, and otherrelated technical specialists with knowledge, experience, and expertise in the professional field ofconstruction services, project management; supply chain/logistics, workforce mobilization & sustainment. The only items authorized for repair are shown below and the Contractor shall not deviate from thisapproved list, unless authorized by a USG Warranted Contracting Officer (CO). PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE The anticipated period of performance (PoP) is 180 days from date of issuance of the notice toproceed (NTP).