Federal contract opportunity DTMA94R20110001 for ship building and repairing at Maritime Administration (MARAD) MAR-380, response was due Feb 4, 2011.

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Solicitation Number
DTMA94R20110001
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 563 feet long and         BREADTH:     76 feet, GRT:13,367

Soliciation shall be posted under the Changed Soliciation number
DTMA94Q20110009.

 

The U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, has a requirement to dry-dock the small vessels, BOLESTER, CLAMP, RECLAIMER, SAGAMORE, currently located in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet, Benicia ,CA


VESSEL PARTICULARS: CLAMP:Navy Salvage Tug (ASR-33) Length: 213 Feet, Beam: 39 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:509, Light Displacement: 1320, GRT: 1212,


RECLAIMER:Navy Salvage Tug (ASR-42) Length: 214 Feet, Beam: 44 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:618, Light Displacement: 1530, GRT: 1444


SAGAMORE: tanker, Length: 255  Feet, Beam: 42 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:1132, Light Displacement: 1172, GRT: 1947


BOLESTER: Salvage Tug (ASR-38) Length: 214 Feet, Beam: 44 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:618, Light Displacement: 1530, GRT: 1444,


The vessel is restricted to those facilities in the San Francisco Bay area with suitable dry-dock facilities that have the industrial capability and capacity to  effectively accomplish underwater hull cleaning, and ex-foliating paint removal activities from the freeboard. The restrictiveness of the San Francisco Bay is due to:  the  need for  cleaning the vessels' under water hulls  and of its exfoliating paint before leaving the SF BayArea.   All work and disposal of hazardous materials shall be in compliance with the latest Federal State and local regulatory body requirements. The offeror shall provide all labor and material including tug service to remove the vessel from the fleet and deliver it to the offerors facility. The offeror shall schedule the delivery of the vessel so that the vessel shall be placed into the dry-dock immediately upon arrival at the offerors facility and shall not be berthed at a pier awaiting the availability of the dry-dock. 


The competitive solicitation along with technical data will be available by electronic posting within the next 10 days and and may be found at https://www.fbo.gov/ approximately on  Jan 7, 2011. Solicitation No. DTMA94R20110001, This is full and open acquisition under the NAICS Code 336611. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the MARAD.


A firm fixed price contract is contemplated.

CHANGE: "
Anticipated award date is Feb. 18, 2011, with an anticipated dry-dock period not to exceed 10 working days  starting March 1."  SHALL BE CHANGED to: OFFERS SHALL BE GOOD FOR 90 DAYS.

Ship tour scheduled for Jan 20, 2011.  


Contractors are required to register or update their registration at the Central Contractor Registration website at www.ccr.gov in order to receive a contract award under this solicitation. 


No paper copies of the solicitation will be available.  Offerors will be required to be submitted electronically.


Effective January 1, 2005, bidders are to submit representations and certifications electronically via the Business Partner Network (BPN) Website at http://orca.bpn.gov.


ATTENTION: Minority, Women-owned, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs)! The Department of Transportation (DOT), Short-Term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital financing in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate. For further information, call (800) 532-1169. Internet address: http://osdbuweb.dot.gov. If you have comments and/or questions, you may also contact the Contracting Officer by email:  kathryn.rato@dot.gov with a copy of the email to debbie.velmere@dot.gov.

 

The U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, has a requirement to dry-dock the small vessels, BOLESTER, CLAMP, RECLAIMER, SAGAMORE, currently located in the Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet, Benicia ,CA


VESSEL PARTICULARS: CLAMP:Navy Salvage Tug (ASR-33) Length: 213 Feet, Beam: 39 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:509, Light Displacement: 1320, GRT: 1212,


RECLAIMER:Navy Salvage Tug (ASR-42) Length: 214 Feet, Beam: 44 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:618, Light Displacement: 1530, GRT: 1444


SAGAMORE: tanker, Length: 255  Feet, Beam: 42 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:1132, Light Displacement: 1172, GRT: 1947


BOLESTER: Salvage Tug (ASR-38) Length: 214 Feet, Beam: 44 Feet, Tonnage, Deadwt:618, Light Displacement: 1530, GRT: 1444,


The vessel is restricted to those facilities in the San Francisco Bay area with suitable dry-dock facilities that have the industrial capability and capacity to  effectively accomplish underwater hull cleaning, and ex-foliating paint removal activities from the freeboard. The restrictiveness of the San Francisco Bay is due to:  the  need for  cleaning the vessels' under water hulls  and of its exfoliating paint before leaving the SF BayArea.   All work and disposal of hazardous materials shall be in compliance with the latest Federal State and local regulatory body requirements. The offeror shall provide all labor and material including tug service to remove the vessel from the fleet and deliver it to the offerors facility. The offeror shall schedule the delivery of the vessel so that the vessel shall be placed into the dry-dock immediately upon arrival at the offerors facility and shall not be berthed at a pier awaiting the availability of the dry-dock. 


The competitive solicitation along with technical data will be available by electronic posting within the next 10 days and and may be found at https://www.fbo.gov/ approximately on  Jan 7, 2011. Solicitation No. DTMA94R20110001, This is full and open acquisition under the NAICS Code 336611. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the MARAD.


A firm fixed price contract is contemplated.  Anticipated award date is Feb. 18, 2011, with an anticipated dry-dock period not to exceed 10 working days  starting March 1. Ship tour scheduled for Jan 20, 2011.  


Contractors are required to register or update their registration at the Central Contractor Registration website at www.ccr.gov in order to receive a contract award under this solicitation. 


No paper copies of the solicitation will be available.  Offerors will be required to be submitted electronically.


Effective January 1, 2005, bidders are to submit representations and certifications electronically via the Business Partner Network (BPN) Website at http://orca.bpn.gov.


ATTENTION: Minority, Women-owned, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs)! The Department of Transportation (DOT), Short-Term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital financing in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable for transportation related contracts. Maximum line of credit is $500,000 with interest at the prime rate. For further information, call (800) 532-1169. Internet address: http://osdbuweb.dot.gov. If you have comments and/or questions, you may also contact the Contracting Officer by email:  kathryn.rato@dot.gov with a copy of the email to debbie.velmere@dot.gov.

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