FY18 Ground Transport Equipment Facility

Bid Number
3226
Owner
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Bids Due
11/06/2020 @ 12PM
Estimator
David Silva
Project Type
New Construction
Square Footage
35,000
Project Status
Bidding
Project Valuation
$25M - $100M
Prevailing Wage
Yes
Location
Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Public/Private
Public

Scope of Work

Construct a Ground Transport Equipment Building Complex of approximately 35,000 square feet. Project includes a vehicle maintenance shop, organizational storage building, organizational vehicle parking, vehicle wash platform, vehicle loading dock, petroleum, oils and lubricants storage, and other hazardous waste/material storage. The vehicle maintenance facility will include mechanical and electrical rooms, telecommunications, HVAC, fire detection and sprinkler suppression systems, building information systems, intrusion detection system installation, integrated energy, monitoring and control system connected to the base monitoring systems, and the installation of fire alarm systems. Supporting facilities will include connection to all utilities, lighting, paving, parking areas, sidewalks, curbs and gutters, rainwater harvesting systems and signage. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by self-contained systems.

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  • CLSB Number
  • DIR Number
  • Business Address
  • Business Phone Number
  • Please include DVBE, SBE, or DBE certification # if applicable

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