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Federal government agencies have been our clients since 1970.

Since 1970, SCS Engineers® has been solving environmental challenges for Federal agencies.  Our work for GSA, EPA, DOE, USACE, NAVFAC, USDA, DOI, DOT, HUD, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, National Guards, and Army Reserve has included innovative program support, routine solutions to installation-specific challenges, and environmental compliance.  Click for a list of military installations where SCS has provided services.

We solve environmental management, solid waste, hazardous waste, and Superfund problems.  Approaches we pioneered include risk-based cleanups, voluntary cleanups, accelerated investigations, presumptive remedies, environmental management systems, and waste minimization.  These approaches are at the forefront of Federal environmental programs today.

Level of effort or indefinite delivery indefinite quantity on Federal contracts on which SCS is a prime contractor are (please click on a link for more information):

SCS is a major subcontractor on the following Federal contracts (please click on a link for more information):

GSA SCHEDULE CONTRACT
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY SERVICES
Prime Contractor
Contract
No. GS-10F-0371K, expires 9/07/2015

Our GSA Schedule Contract provides a convenient way for Federal customers to put our experience to work.  For more information about this contract, call or email Tom Conrad (703) 471-6150.  For more information on the GSA Federal Supply Schedule program, visit the GSA WebsiteSCS is listed by its formal corporate name, Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt, Consulting Engineers, Inc.  (search "Stearns Conrad"). 

Click here for Schedule Pricing for all SIN numbers under the GSA Environmental Advisory Services Contract.

By using the GSA schedule contract, you can issue a delivery order or request a proposal for a wide range of Environmental Advisory Services, including:

  • SIN 899-1 -Environmental Consulting Services

    • Planning and Documentation Services for the development, planning, facilitation, coordination, and documentation of and/or for environmental initiatives (or mandates such as Executive Order 13423) in areas of chemical, radiological, and/or hazardous materials;

    • ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and sustainable performance measure development;

    • Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) preparation under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA);

    • Endangered species, wetland, watershed, and other natural resource management plans;

    • Archeological and/or cultural resource management plans;

    • Environmental program and project management;

    • Environmental regulation development;

    • Other environmentally related studies and/or consultations;

    • Homeland Security solutions that include Biochemical protection;

    • Crime prevention through environmental design surveys (CPTED);

    • Economical, technical and/or risk analysis;

    • Identification and mitigation of threats inclusive of protective measures to mitigate the threats;

    • Vulnerability assessments;

    • Compliance services such as review, audit, and implementation/management of EMS and other compliance and contingency plans and performance measures;

    • Permitting;

    • Spill prevention control and countermeasure plans;

    • Pollution prevention surveys;

    • Community Right to-Know Act reporting;

    • Advisory Services for ongoing advice and assistance with data and information in support of agency environmental programs involving areas such as hazardous material spills;

    • Material safety data sheets (MSDS). Biological/medical data sheets;

    • Information hotlines;

    • Poison control hotlines;

    • Environmental regulations and environmental policy/procedure updates;

    • Management, furnishing, or inventory of MSDS.

    • Waste management consulting services to provide guidance in support of waste-related data collection, feasibility studies and risk analyses;

    • Resource Conservation and Recovery Act/Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (RCRA/CERCLA) site investigations;

    • Hazardous and/or non-hazardous exposure assessments;

    • Waste characterization and source reduction studies;

    • Review and recommendation of waste tracking or handling systems;

    • Waste management plans and/or surveys;

    • Waste minimization/pollution prevention initiatives; and

    • Review of technologies and processes impacting waste management.

Note: Services involving only the consulting portion of environmental remediation efforts are included under SIN 899-1. Actual remediation efforts are performed under SIN 899-8.

  • SIN 899-3 - Environmental Occupational Training Services

  • SIN 899-7 Geographic Information Services

    • Creation/enforcement of environmental legislation;
    • Cultural resource GIA (CRGIS);
    • Environmental cost assessment;
    • Environmental impact analyses;
    • Environmental regulatory compliance;
    • Groundwater monitoring;
    • Growth forecast modeling;
    • Habitat conservation plans;
    • Habitat modeling;
    • Image analysis support for emergency response
    • Mapping, cartography, and mashups;
    • Migration pattern analysis;
    • Site selection;
    • Pollution analysis;
    • Geologic logs, topographic data, 3D/4D interactive visualization packages;
    • Data interpretation;
    • Natural resource planning;
    • Remote sensing for environmental studies;
    • Terrestrial, marine, and/or atmospheric measuring/management;
    • Vegetation mapping; and
    • Watershed characterization for mitigation planning.

Note: The services offered under this SIN do not include construction and architect-engineering services as set forth in FAR Part 36, including surveying and mapping services as defined under the Brooks Act of 1972 (Public Law 92-582, 40 U.S. 1102 et seq.).

  • SIN 899-8 - Remediation Services

    • Excavation, removal, laboratory testing, transportation, storage, treatment (on-site and off-site) and disposal of hazardous waste; 

    • Site preparation, characterization, field investigation, conservation, construction and site closures;

    • Wetland restoration;

    • Emergency response clean up (ERC);

    • Remedial technologies include UST/AST removal, air monitoring, soil vapor extraction, stabilization/solidification, bio-venting, carbon absorption, reactive wells, containment, monitoring and remediation of hazardous waste sites; and ordnance removal and support.  Work is to conform to environmental permits, decision document requirements or other legal requirements. 

Note: Services offered under SIN 899-8 do not include any remediation / transportation / disposal of radioactive waste, asbestos removal and/or paint removal, construction and architect-engineer services as set forth in FAR Part 36 (including construction, alteration or repair of buildings, structures, or other real property). Disposal services performed under SIN must be ancillary to remediation services performed.

 

For more information about SCS's environmental services, please download this flyer.

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GSA SCHEDULE CONTRACT
LEED AND ENERGY SERVICES
Prime Contractor
Contract
No. GS-21F-0128V, expires 8/24/2019, plus two 5-year option periods

Our GSA LEED and Energy Schedule Contract (Worldwide Federal Supply Schedule for Facilities Maintenance and Management) provides a convenient way for Federal customers to put our experience to work.  For more information about this contract, call or email Tom Conrad at (800) 767-4727. 

For more information on our GSA Worldwide Federal Supply Schedule for Facilities Maintenance and Management, visit the GSA WebsiteSCS is listed by its formal corporate name, Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt, Consulting Engineers, Inc.  (search "Stearns Conrad").

Click here for SCS's Schedule Pricing for all SIN numbers under our GSA Environmental LEED and Energy Contract.

By using the GSA schedule contract, you can issue a delivery order or request a proposal for a wide range of LEED and Energy services, including:

  • SIN 871 202 - Energy Management Planning and Strategies:  A four-phase Comprehensive Energy Management Solution consisting of all four phases of an energy project and could pertain to a variety of energy projects that include, but are not limited to, renewable energy, sustainable energy, and energy efficient buildings certification programs such as LEED. (1) Consulting/Auditing/Energy Management Solutions - This includes the strategic planning, energy assessments e.g. feasibility, vulnerability and other detailed assessments, developing and executing of energy audits, audit plans, renewable energy surveys and energy management solutions; (2) Concept Development and Requirements Analysis, including analysis of the audit results and outlined requirements to design a detailed energy management project concept; (3) Implementation and Change Management - This includes the implementation and integration of more energy efficient practices and systems and training in using them effectively; (4) Measurement and Verification - This includes the performance assessment and measurement of the effectiveness and energy efficiency of the project and can include long term monitoring, verification of savings and benchmarking.

  • SIN 871 203 - Training on Energy Management.  Including, but not limited to, reducing energy consumption, mitigating risk with energy systems, operating systems efficiently, making energy efficient system choices, and energy efficient building certification programs such as LEED.

  • SIN 871 204 - Metering Services.  Including, but not limited to, the installation of metering equipment and software used for the collection of data and measurement of energy consumption through electric, gas, water or steam utilities; the utilization of data to ensure energy conservation goals are being met; and the measurement and tracking of the cost effectiveness of energy technology investments. This could include basic metering services, advanced metering services, maintenance, installation, removal and disposal of new or existing equipment. Security clearances such as HSPD-12 may be required.

  • SIN 871 205 - Energy Program Support Services.  Including, but not limited to, energy choice analysis and/or feasibility studies; billing and management oversight to include utility bill auditing; utility bill data base set up and management; reporting; bill itemization and allocation; bill payment and assistance in preparing energy services related agency statements of work. Energy efficient building certification programs such as LEED may be included.

  • SIN 871 206 - Building Commissioning Services. Including, but not limited to, comprehensive building commissioning services on new construction, major modernization projects, and existing energy consuming buildings and facilities designed to ensure the building systems are designed and built to operate as efficiently as possible. This includes re-commissioning and retro-commissioning services. Energy efficient building certification programs such as LEED may be included.

  • SIN 871 207 - Energy Audit Services. Including, but not limited to, developing, executing, and reporting on audit plans and/or performing energy and water audit services. Energy audits may range from cursory to comprehensive. Including, but not limited to data collection, data analysis, benchmarking with tools such as Energy Star, and written recommendations of suggested upgrades of electrical and mechanical infrastructure. Their impact on energy consumption and pollution can include recommendations for using alternative energy sources. Energy efficient building certification programs such as LEED may be included.

  • SIN 871 208 - Resource Efficiency Management (REM). Including, but not limited to, providing information on possible steps that will improve energy efficiency. This information may include estimates of cost savings and environmental benefits, onsite analysis of current operations, equipment, and energy purchasing patterns, and services of a resource efficiency advocate for individual or aggregated building(s) in order to maximize resource efficiency. Energy efficient building certification programs such as LEED may be included.

  • SIN 871 209 - Innovations in Energy. Innovative approaches to renewable and/or sustainable energy, sustainability services, and energy management technology and services. These might include, but are not limited to, new developments or improvements in providing renewable energy and managing energy through biomass conversion, solar energy, fuel cells, geothermal energy, hydropower (tidal power, wave power, tidal stream power, waterwheels, and hydroelectric plants), wind power or other sources. 

    These approaches should focus on carbon-neutral renewable and/or sustainable energy and sustainability services in order to lessen dependence on traditional non-renewable fossil fuel sources of energy (e.g., coal, oil, natural gas, propane). Examples of sustainability and carbon management solutions include analysis, footprinting, measuring, mitigation, verification and management, training on new energy technologies and systems, life-cycle costing, and maintenance and operational support of renewable energy systems; and the implementation, testing and evaluation of networked energy management systems and services that demonstrate energy efficiencies or cost savings, and are capable of integrating with existing information systems data infrastructure and backbone

  • SIN 871 210 - Water Conservation. Services and consulting related to the reduction of water usage, recycling of water for multiple purposes, retention of water, improvement of water quality and water flow. These services can include, but are not limited to, facility water audits, water balance, analysis, and water system analysis.

  • SIN 003 97 - Ancillary Repair and Alterations. Repair and Alterations ancillary to SINs under this Schedule. Ancillary repair and alterations projects are those (1) solely associated with the repair, alteration, delivery or installation of products or services purchased under this Schedule, and which are (2) routine and non-complex in nature, such as routine painting or carpeting, hanging of drywall, basic electrical or plumbing work, landscaping, and similar services.  This SIN includes all regulatory guidance outlined in accordance with FAR 36, including the Davis Bacon Act and the Miller Act.

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GSA BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENT (BPA) FOR FEDERAL STRATEGIC SOURCING INITIATIVE FOR COMPREHENSIVE ENERGY SERVICES

Prime Contractor
GSA BPA No. GS-23F-PE014, expires 12/31/2014 (with 1 more option year)

Our GSA BPA provides all federal agencies comprehensive professional energy service support for Recovery and non-Recovery Act projects that comply with energy efficiency and green building requirements.   For more information about this BPA, call (913) 451-7510. 

While firm-fixed price orders are preferred, GSA and other agencies may place orders in any format permissible under SCS’s GSA Schedule for LEED and Energy Services (No. GS-21F-0128V) (see above). Click here for BPA pricing.

Call or email Tom Conrad at 1-800-767-4724 for more information about this BPA.

For more information on the GSA BPA for Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative for Comprehensive Energy Services, visit the GSA WebsiteSCS is listed by its formal corporate name, Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt, Consulting Engineers, Inc.  (search "Stearns Conrad").

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NATIONAL PARK SERVICES (NPS) BPA FOR ENERGY AND WATER AUDITS AND SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENTS IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
Prime Contractor
NPS BPA No.
(No. B2000102500)
5 year ID/IQ, 5 February 2010 through 4 February 2015

Our NPS BPA allows any sustainability or greenhouse gas services for parks throughout the National Capital Region of the National Park Services.  Services can include, but are not limited to, Baseline Energy and Water Analysis and evaluations, Building Commissioning, Meter-information Collection and Metering Plans, Sustainability Assessments, and Greenhouse Gas Consulting. This BPA is included under SCS’s GSA Schedule for LEED and Energy Services (No. GS-21F-0128V) (see above), or visit the GSA WebsiteSCS is listed by its formal corporate name, Stearns, Conrad and Schmidt, Consulting Engineers, Inc.  (search "Stearns Conrad").

For more information, call or email Stacey Demers (703) 471-6150.

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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA), WASHINGTON, D.C., LANDFILL METHANE OUTREACH PROGRAM (LMOP)
Prime Contractor
5-Year, Level of Effort Contract to Provide
Technical, Analytical, and Outreach Support for EPA’s LMOP Program
Contract #EP-W-10-029, expires 9/30/2015

In 1996, SCS was retained by EPA to provide program assistance to its Landfill Methane Outreach Program (LMOP).  SCS is in its fourth 5-year contract to provide these services to EPA.  The majority of work performed under this contract falls into one of the following areas:

  • Technical and economic assessments of landfill gas recovery and use options

  • Project level feasibility assessments

  • Outreach efforts through conferences and publications

  • Landfill gas and landfill related policy, legal, regulatory, and market assessment and support

  • Development of analyses supporting reduction of methane emissions from landfills

  • Tracking and reporting program and project development

Services are provided both in the U.S. and internationally in efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to implement methane to market programs.

Call or email Dana Murray (703) 471-6150 for more information about this contract.

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USACE – SACRAMENTO DISTRICT, HTRW & MMRP SERVICES – HAZWOPER TRAINING CONTRACT
Prime Contractor

$50,000 Contract
Contract
# W91238-11- P-0188, expires 8/8/2016
Maximum Order is $10,000/period

Authorized services: Five-year contract with the Sacramento District, USACE to provide HAZWOPER Training to the different staff sections within the district with a focus on HTRW and MMRP activities. The Sacramento District Corps of Engineers staff work involves environmental restoration of primarily chemically-contaminated sites. In addition to restoration of Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS), the Sacramento District also deals with Chemical Warfare Material sites, radiological waste sites, all of which require a vast knowledge of chemical, physical, radiological, and biological assessments. The regulatory agencies that the Sacramento District is involved with include California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), OSHA, and various Air Boards and Air Quality Management Districts in California and five other states in the SW United States. In addition, the Corps works closely with EPA on major Superfund sites. Provides the OSHA 8-Hour Refresher for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Training to selected government professionals involved with unexploded ordnance (UXO), chemical warfare materials (CWM), investigation and clean-up on various government project sites.

Call or email Tom Nichols (425) 244-0803 for more information about this contract.

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SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE BLANKET PURCHASE AGREEMENT #FA4407-12-A-0001 TO PROVIDE SMALL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AS NEEDED
Prime Contractor – SCS Aquaterra
Contract Expiration Date: 5/3/2017
Contract Capacity: $300,000
Maximum order is $25,000

Authorized services: This is a pre-priced BPA issued to allow CES/CEA an acquisition tool to purchase Asbestos and Lead Base Paint testing.

Call or email Robert Hill 618-628-2001 for more information about this contract.
 

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, SEATTLE DISTRICT, ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION SERVICES (ERS) MATOC -ID/IQ CONTRACT
Subcontractor to AHTNA/Hart Crowser JV

$24,500,000 Contract
Contract #W912DW-11-D-1032, expires 9/30/2016

Authorized services: to perform site cleanup, site remediation as required/identified to meet project cleanup standards, regulatory criteria and requirements and identified schedules and budgets. These contracts will provide a capability for hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste (HTRW) compliance and remediation projects for both civilian and military agencies of the Federal Government.

These contracts for environmental actions and associated investigation, design and removal activities will include service and construction activities mandated by the Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP), Resource, Conservation, and Recovery Act (RCRA), Superfund, Formally Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP), and environmental cleanup activities under the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Program, and the Military Munitions Rule (MMR), for its Army and Air Force customers. DERP projects will include Installation Restoration Program (IRP) activities on active Army and Air Force installations and on Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS). If a specific BRAC project is identified, then BRAC requirements are prescribed in DFAR 226.71 will be applicable and addressed at that time.

Call or email Tom Nichols (425) 244-0803 for more information about this contract.

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, SEATTLE DISTRICT, ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION SERVICES (ERS) MATOC -ID/IQ CONTRACT
Subcontractor to Bay West

$25,000,000 Contract
Contract #W912DW-11-D-1025, expires 9/30/2016

Authorized services: to perform site cleanup, site remediation as required/identified to meet project cleanup standards, regulatory criteria and requirements and identified schedules and budgets. These contracts will provide a capability for hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste (HTRW) compliance and remediation projects for both civilian and military agencies of the Federal Government.

These contracts for environmental actions and associated investigation, design and removal activities will include service and construction activities mandated by the Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP), Resource, Conservation, and Recovery Act (RCRA), Superfund, Formally Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP), and environmental cleanup activities under the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Program, and the Military Munitions Rule (MMR), for its Army and Air Force customers. DERP projects will include Installation Restoration Program (IRP) activities on active Army and Air Force installations and on Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS). If a specific BRAC project is identified, then BRAC requirements are prescribed in DFAR 226.71 will be applicable and addressed at that time.

Call or email Tom Nichols (425) 244-0803 for more information about this contract.

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, KANSAS CITY DISTRICT, A-E SERVICES, IDIQ CONTRACT
Subcontractor to
S&A Environmental Consultants LLC
$5,000,000 Contract
Contract #W912DQ-09-D-3014, expires 8/31/2014

Authorized services include A&E services for Hazardous Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) services, including:

  • Environmental Planning and Documentation Services including environmental assessments, Phase I and Phase II due diligence, solid and hazardous waste planning, wetlands and natural resource planning, land management planning, community relations, spill plans and SPCC plans, GIS support, and asbestos and lead paint management.

  • Environmental Compliance Services including ISO 14000 services, compliance audits, permit application support, permit compliance monitoring, and multimedia compliance programs.

  • Waste Management Services including data management, risk assessments, feasibility and corrective measure studies, engineering design, construction management support, remedial action planning, and waste testing and characterization.

Call or email Deborah English (913) 451-7510 for more information about this contract.

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, KANSAS CITY DISTRICT, PRE-PLACED REMEDIAL ACTION (PRAC) SERVICES, IDIQ CONTRACT
Subcontractor to
Tidewater/Maxymillian JV
$12,500,000 Contract
Contract #W912DQ-10-D-3017, expires April 2015

Authorized services:

MATOC contract to provide environmental remediation services to the Northwest Division of USACE and EPA Region 2.  SCS's role on this contract is to provide the following types of services

  • Contaminated soil excavation; PCB, lead paint, and asbestos removal; construction and O&M of soil and groundwater remediation systems; construction and O&M of landfill gas and leachate collection systems; building demolition; and site restoration.

  • Health & Safety Program development and implementation; data quality control programs; remedial investigations, feasibility studies, and EE/CA's; surveying and geophysics; soil and rock borings, monitoring well installation; and multi-media sampling.

  • Installation of support facilities; and public relations.

Call or email Deborah English (913) 451-7510 for more information about this contract.

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, LOUISVILLE DISTRICT, IDIQ CONTRACT
Subcontractor to
S&A Environmental Consultants LLC
$5,000,000 Contract
Contract #W912QR-D-09-0015, expires September 2014

Authorized services include full A&E services, including, but not limited to:

  • Performing environmental studies, designs and support of compliance issues under RCRA, CERCLA, other federal programs, and state and local environmental laws and regulations.

  • Conducting site surveys and assessments; performing NEPA documentation; conducting archeological surveys.

  • Performing ground and aerial surveys.

  • Performing risk assessments.

  • Conducting surface/subsurface soil, sediment, and rock sampling/testing; water sampling/testing.

  • Conducting HTRW laboratory analyses (water, soil, lead paint, asbestos, etc.).

  • Estimating costs for remediation work.

Call or email Deborah English (913) 451-7510 for more information about this contract.

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U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, LOUISVILLE DISTRICT, ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION SERVICES CONTRACT (ERSC) MATOC -ID/IQ CONTRACT
Subcontractor to
Plexus Scientific Corporation
$225,000,000 Contract
Expires October 27, 2021

Authorized Services: To provide the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) with the capability to execute a full range of environmental services including but not limited to remedial investigations, studies, pre-design, design, remediation, start-up activities, environmental compliance, environmental analysis, ecosystem restoration, environmental dredging, operation and maintenance, and emergency and/or time-critical response activities for projects assigned to Lakes and Rivers Division and the USACE mission areas. The Contractor shall provide the capability to execute this range of services for a variety of environmental programs including but not limited to environmental and Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) projects, Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) projects, and projects involving both HTRW comingled with munitions-related contamination.

The primary geographic territory for the ERSCs will include the geographic boundaries of Lakes and Rivers Division (LRD), as well as other Corps nationwide customers and mission areas. The sites may be: (1) currently owned or controlled by the Federal Government, either military or civilian agencies, (2) Formerly-used Defense Sites (FUDS) at which an agency of the Federal Government is determined to be a Generator or a Potentially Responsible Party (PRP), (3) Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) sites, Range Support Program Sites, or (4) Other sites where the USACE is otherwise authorized to respond. The Contractor shall provide environmental support as requested in the TOs issued under this contract. This contract requires the Contractor to perform all work necessary to complete simultaneously executed task orders.

Call or email Deborah English (913) 451-7510 or Lenard Long (925) 240-5152 for more information about this contract.

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USACE BALTIMORE DISTRICT, MULTIPLE-AWARD ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, MATOC CONTRACT

Subcontractor to Plexus-PARS, JV, LLC
$100,000,000 over 5 years
Contract #W912DR-12-D-009, expires March 2017

Authorized Services:

  • A wide range of environmental remediation services under performance based statements of work to clean up hazardous, toxic waste (HTW) sites in support of the USACE Baltimore District and its customers. Although not the primary focus of the contract, Plexus-PARs must also be prepared to remediate ordnance and radioactive contaminants. The environmental services contract scope of work includes investigations and studies, design and engineering, remedial and removal actions, and operations and maintenance (O&M).

  • Work will be performed within the Baltimore District and Northeast Division, USACE which include 14 US northeastern states, the Nation's capital, and Nationwide.

Call or email Tom Nichols (425) 244-0803 or Jeff Marshall (703) 471-6150 for more information about this contract.

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US EPA CLIMATE POLICY AND ANALYTICAL ISSUES - OFFICE OF ATMOSPHERIC PROGRAMS, CLIMATE CHANGE DIVISION
Subcontractor to Stratus Consulting, Inc.
Contract
BPA No. EP-BPA-12-H-0024, expires April 17, 2017

EPA’s Climate Change Division (CCD) within the Office of Air and Radiation serves as a focal point for a range of climate policy and analytical issues within EPA. CCD is implementing a variety of domestic and international partnership programs targeting non-CO2 greenhouse gases (GHGs); applying the latest climate science and impacts information in regulatory and policy contexts; conducting comprehensive economic analysis of climate and energy legislation; supporting the regulatory work of other offices within OAR and EPA with information on GHG emissions, economics, science, and policy; advancing understanding of key climate change mitigation technologies such as carbon capture and storage (CCS) and biomass energy; and coordinating climate communication. CCD coordinates extensively with headquarters and regional offices as well as other Government agencies on a myriad of issues (e.g., Clean Air Act; National Environmental Policy Act; Endangered Species Act; Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification). CCD also houses the Global Methane Initiative’s Administrative Support Group, and is responsible for coordination, outreach and capacity building efforts with the nearly 40 countries participating in this international initiative.

Contract Services (Note: There are as many as 22 Tasks and even more Subtasks under each bullet below):

  • Analysis and Development of Climate Change Science, Economics, Technology, and Policy

  • Support for GHG Inventories, Policy Analysis, and Capacity Building countries participating in this international initiative

  • Outreach, Communications, Education, and Logistical Support
     

Call or email Dana Murray (703) 471-6150 for more information about this contract.

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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, TECHNOLOGY SPECIFIC SUPER ESPC BIOMASS AND ALTERNATIVE METHANE FUEL (BAMF) CONTRACT
Subcontractor to Ameresco Federal Solutions
25-year Performance Period and 10-year Ordering Period

Any Federal Agency in any location may use the contract.  Agency funds are not needed to complete the Project Evaluation.  Although no funds are needed to complete the Detailed Energy Survey, the agency makes a commitment at that time to proceed with the project or pay for the study.

  • Services available under the BAMF include a Project Evaluation - Initial Proposal, Development – Detailed Energy Study, and Implementation.  The contact scope includes projects that involve fuels such as landfill gas, wood waste, and digester gas.  Current projects include a Landfill Gas to Energy (LFGE) project at the US Coast Guard Station, Curtis Bay, Baltimore, MD.

Call or email Keith Matteson (757) 466-3361 for more information about this contract.

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FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) e-FAST CONTRACT
Subcontractor to Martin Technologies
$2 billion combined total ceiling amount for all MOAs under eFAST for
7-year period (base and options), expires 9/30/2016

This Master Ordering Agreement (MOA) is titled “Electronic FAA Accelerated and Simplified Tasks” (eFAST) and is available for use by the FAA and, on a limited basis and when in the best interest of the Government, by all federal government agencies.  The MOA functions as a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) that provides for a broad range of comprehensive professional and support services. The eFAST is set-aside and limited to small businesses and Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Businesses (SEDB) concerns: 8(a), Minority Owned Businesses (MOB), Woman Owned Businesses (WOB), Veteran Owned Businesses (VOB), Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB), and Indian Tribes and Alaska Native Corporations (ANC).

Martin Technologies and SCS are qualified and eligible to participate in the procurement process for contract awards for the following functional areas:

  • Air Transportation Support (ATS)

  • Business Administration & Management (BAM)

  • Research & Development (R&D)

  • Engineering Services (ES)

  • Documentation & Training (D&T)

  • Maintenance & Repair (M&R)

Periods of performance are as follows:

Base period: 9/15/09 - 9/30/14

Option year 1: 10/1/14 - 9/30/15

Option year 2: 10/1/15 - 9/30/16

Call or email Keith Matteson (757) 466-3361, or Tom Conrad (703) 471-6150 for more information about this contract.

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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, Commissioning Services for VISN 12 (Great Lakes Health Care System) IDIQ Contract
Subcontractor to National Facility Solutions, LLC (SDVOSB)
Contract Expiration:  2016
Contract Capacity: $2,500 - $100,000 per Task Order
Maximum $1.5 Million

Authorized services include mechanical commissioning of various in-house, nonrecurring maintenance, and minor construction projects that are mechanical engineering in nature within the Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Integrated Service Network-12 (VISN 12), including but are not limited to, startup, functional testing, and test and balance (TAB) review. Design period commissioning services will include a review of the designs to ensure all commissioning needs have been incorporated. For projects that have completed designs or are already in construction, design period commissioning services will not be required. Contractor to provide pre-functional checklists and commissioning specifications to be included with the design. Construction period commissioning services will include installation checks to ensure that all associated components and accessories are in place, verify and document that systems are performing as required, and that all sensors and other system control devices are properly calibrated and verify and document that all necessary points are communicating and accounted for.

Call or email Sam Cooke (608) 216-7382, Natalia Camblor (608) 216-7345, or Tom Conrad (703) 471-6150 for more information about this contract.

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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, Commissioning Services for Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Chicago, IL IDIQ  [WAITING FOR CONTRACT TO BE SIGNED AND FIRST TASK ORDER TO BE ISSUED]
Subcontractor to National Facility Solutions, LLC (SDVOSB)
Expiration: 2016
Capacity: NTE $250,000 per Task Order
Maximum $1.9 Million

Authorized Services include providing professional architectural and engineering Commissioning Consulting services during design, construction, occupancy and post –acceptance phases of various construction and renovation projects at Jesse Brown VA Medical Center in Chicago. Projects for which commissioning services are required may include new facility construction, additions to existing facilities, and/or renovation, alterations, maintenance, repair, or upgrade to existing facilities. The firm shall be listed in CCR under NAICS code 541330 and be capable of professional commissioning services necessary that may include various disciplines such as Engineering, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, and/or Fire Protection.

Call or email Sam Cooke (608) 216-7382, Natalia Camblor (608) 216-7345, or Tom Conrad (703) 471-6150 for more information about this contract.
 

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CALIFORNIA ARMY & AIR NATIONAL GUARD SERVICES, ID/IQ A/E Services
Prime Contractor – TMAD, Taylor & Gaines (TTG), Pasadena, CA
Contract Expiration Date: 09/07/2018
Contract Capacity: No Limit per Task Order/$2 Mil/Year Max

Authorized Services: 1. Professional qualifications necessary for satisfactory performance of required services in the following disciplines (not intended to be all inclusive): Architectural, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Surveying, Environmental, Geotechnical Engineering, Subsurface Investigation, Drilling and Sampling, and Laboratory Testing. 2. Specialized experience and technical competence in the type of work required. Since this contract is expected to incorporate a wide range of military projects, similar experience will be evaluated. Specific experience with HVAC design, utilities design, paving design, fire detection and suppression system design, roofing design, electrical system design, Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricants (POL) handling and storage facilities, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) measures, LEED accreditation, knowledge of the locality, and facility rehabilitation design will be evaluated. Where appropriate, success in prescribing the use of recovered materials and also in achieving waste reduction, pollution prevention, and energy conservation will be evaluated.

Call or email Tom Nichols (425) 244-0803 or Sharon Bison (562) 426-9544 for more information about his contract.

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