INDEFINITE DELIVERY ORDER CONTRACT FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING, INCLUDING GEOTECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FOR CIVIL WORKS PROJECTS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE LOS ANGELES DISTRICT AND SOUTH PACIFIC DIVISIONproject541e6cdbd545da99418b4c94
INDEFINITE DELIVERY ORDER CONTRACT FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING, INCLUDING GEOTECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING FOR CIVIL WORKS PROJECTS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN THE LOS ANGELES DISTRICT AND SOUTH PACIFIC DIVISION Federal Project
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Indefinite Delivery Order Contract for services of engineering and design for coastal and inland flood control projects. Typical studies include field investigations, evaluations of data and complex geotechnical foundation conditions including liquefaction potential, seismic evaluation of large dams including finite element analysis and static seismic deformations of embankments, development of earthquake ground motions and seismic analysis parameters, complex ground water modeling studies, and dewatering systems, geotechnical engineering risk assessment analyses, and levee systems inspections and evaluations. Studies will also include soil-structure interaction, geologic studies, fissure and faulting studies, seepage analysis for dams, spillway thermal studies, materials engineering including concrete, roller compacted concrete and soil cement slope protection designs, forensic geotechnical and materials engineering evaluations, and rock, earth-fill and materials construction engineering consultation and testing, and offshore geotechnical investigations and designs for dredged channels, breakwaters, seawalls, beach replenishment, and confined dredged materials. The firm will have the capacity to provide geotechnical support during District flood and earthquake emergency response activities such as erosion protection evaluations and slope stability, seepage, stress and deformation, and liquefaction analyses for embankments and levees. The firm also will have the capacity to perform offshore vibracore drilling and sampling, geophysical testing and interpretations, and geotechnical sampling and testing for large dams in highly active seismic environments. It is noted that a small portion of geotechnical work is anticipated for military projects. The Government will provide fully defined requirements for each task order, which may include one or more of the following: performance-based specifications, conceptual drawings and specifications, and MicroStation generated drawings. The contractor may be required to participate in the development of the final scope of work for individual task orders and be required to provide incidental technical or engineering services such as laboratory testing for rock, soil, and concrete materials, detailed drawings generated in MicroStation, surveying, hazardous and toxic waste evaluations, and other submittals in support of investigations, design and construction. The firm selected for this contract will be expected to submit a quality control/quality assurance plan and to adhere to it during the work and services required under the contract. In Block 10 of the SF 255 describe the firms Design Quality Control Plan (DQCP), including Design Quality Assurance Plan (DQAP) of subcontractor work. The plan must be prepared and approved by the Government, as a condition of contract award, but is not required with this submission