Attention SDVOSBs and VOBs: N.C. Military Business Center (NCMBC), PTAC and Coastal Carolina Community College to co-host the Walbridge subcontractor networking event
Attention Veteran Owned Business Members and Visitors:
The North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC), Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) and Coastal Carolina Community College are pleased to co-host the Walbridge subcontractor networking event at the following location:
February 17, 2012 9:00 -11:00 am
Coastal Carolina Community College
Melton Skills Building
444 Western Blvd
Jacksonville, NC 28546
Seeking Local and Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Business, Women-Owned SB, HUBZone SB, Veteran-Owned SB, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned SB Firms
Since its first federal project at Selfridge Field in 1917 until today, Walbridge has successfully completed a wide variety of projects for the federal government. We understand the technical requirements associated with government construction work and we create high-value solutions for our customers and the nation.
Over the past 95 years, Walbridge has steadily grown to become one of the top construction firms in the country with more than 1,000 full-time personnel. In 2011, Engineering News-Record ranked Walbridge 47th on its annual Top 400 Contractors List. With experience in diverse market segment and various contracting services, we adapt to fit our clients’ unique project requirements. In doing so, Walbridge provides superior construction services in a variety of market segments including, but not limited to: Automotive, Aviation, Commercial, Cultural, Educational, Energy, Government (both state and federal), Healthcare, Manufacturing, Power, Retail, Wastewater and Sewerage.
Walbridge’s goal is to provide information, guidance and technical assistance to assist small business’ in taking advantage of the federal government’s procurement activities. It is Walbridge’s commitment to promote the use of Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Business, Women-Owned SB, HUBZone SB, Veteran-Owned SB and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned SB Firms. We establish scopes of work that are solely dedicated to small business participation, along with identifying and breaking out smaller packages from larger scopes of work. As part of our subcontracting strategy, Walbridge engages in a “Prompt-Pay” policy for the benefit of Small Business partners, recommending that these firms be paid in a shorter time frame than is typical to the industry.
Our commitment to exceed all Small Business goals is not one to use less competitive or more expensive businesses, but to partner with small businesses that have the competitive advantage of working in their local communities, knowing the regional construction trends and being close to their work.
Project Name: P-1253 2D Combat Engineer/Maintenance Ops Facility, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Owner: NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic
Solicitation Number: N40085-11-R-4025
Design and construction of 8 multi-story and/or single-story reinforced concrete masonry unit buildings on pile foundations with structural steel framing, reinforced concrete foundation and floors, reinforced masonry walls and brick veneer. Construction will include administrative space, storage space, drive-through equipment maintenance bays, communications/electronic equipment repair, secure weapons armory with covered weapons cleaning area, indoor simulated marksmanship trainer, showers and locker areas.
Built-in equipment includes a vehicle exhaust system, a waste oil storage tank, 15-ton hydraulic lifts, 30-ton and 20-ton bridge cranes (with 7.5-ton auxiliary cranes) in addition to multiple 7.5 ton cranes in the maintenance facility, welding hood, woodworking dust collection system, paint booth, lubricant fluid distribution system, overhead doors, radiant heating system, and waste oil collection.
Site preparation includes site clearing, excavation and preparation for construction. Paving and site improvements include grading, landscaping, sidewalks, curbs, parking, roadways, fencing and storm-water drainage. Also included are parking for heavy vehicles, open storage areas, vehicle washracks, loading ramps, cantilevered gates and environmental measures. Electrical utilities include primary and secondary distribution systems, lighting, transformers, and telephone and communication networks. Mechanical utilities include heating, ventilation and air conditioning, water lines, plumbing and plumbing fixtures, sewage pumping station, sanitary sewer lines, fire protection systems and supply lines. Also included are vehicle wash systems and an oil/water separator.
The estimated contract to budget amount of the project is $66,750,000.
Project Name: P705/P710 Hangar, Apron, Parking Garage & Ordanance Loading Area Addition, MCAS New River, North Carolina
Owner: NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic
Solicitation Number: N40085-11-R-4024
Hangar and Apron (P-705) – Design and construct a High Bay Aircraft Maintenance Hangar (Type II Hangar per UFC 4-211-01N (Header Truss System)). The square footage of the Hangar is 69,955 square feet. Hangar will have a hangar bay, shop spaces, flight line and class room space in support of one CH-53 aircraft training squadron. The hangar will be steel frame construction (Header Truss). The doors at the front of the Hangar Bay will be rolling Hangar Doors. Electrical systems will include fire protection, electrical distribution and weather vision systems. Site preparation includes an access roadway and relocation of an existing water line. Project will demo two buildings 6,625 square feet total. Project will construct a 6,625 square foot equipment storage shelter. Built-In-Equipment for the Hangar is the following: One passenger elevator, a bridge crane, back-up generator, waste fluid collection system, and aircraft power. Special foundation features include pile foundation for the hangar. The Apron (Access Apron and Parking Apron) will be 824,236 square feet. Project will include a pedestrian bridge and two vehicle flight line gates. Project will required to be LEED Silver Certified.
Parking Garage (P-705) – Construct a 1,200 space three to four story privately owned vehicle parking garage. Special foundation features include pile foundation. The design will be provided. Built-In-Equipment for the Parking Garage includes two passenger traction elevators. Storm Water Management Permit and Erosion Sediment Permit will be provided. An Air permit will be required. Sustainable design features will be included in the design and construction of the projects in accordance with Executive Order 13123 and comply with Energy Policy Act of 2005.
Ordinance Loading Area Addition (P-710) – Construct a 368,018 square foot Ordinance Loading Area Addition. The design will be provided. The Ordnance Loading Area consist of the following: Arming and De-arming Pad (35,338 square feet); Combat Aircraft Loading Area (173,234 square feet); Taxiway – Asphalt (73,378 square feet); and Taxiway – Asphalt (86,068 square feet). Built-In-Equipment will include lighting control system. Sustainable design features will be included in the design and construction of the projects in accordance with Executive Order 13123 and comply with Energy Policy Act of 2005.
The estimated contract to budget amount of the project is $79,666,700, not including FF&E.
Pre-qualification Form: We require each of our subcontractors to complete an online prequalification. You can complete this online application and view our current bid agenda by going to: www.walbridge.com and clicking on Bid Agenda or Pre-Qual/Profile on the bottom right corner of the Walbridge webpage.
Who Should Attend. Presently Walbridge is looking for qualified local and Small Business, Small Disadvantaged Business, Women-Owned SB, HUBZone SB, Veteran-Owned SB and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned SB Firms to join our project teams. Walbridge is seeking subcontractors within all divisions. Specialty contractors within all divisions and suppliers are encouraged to attend.
|Division 1 – General Requirements||Division 9 – Finishes|
|Division 2 – Site Construction||Division 10 – Specialists|
|Division 3 – Concrete||Division 11 – Equipment|
|Division 4 – Masonry||Division 12 – Furnishes|
|Division 5 – Metals||Division 13 – Special Construction|
|Division 6 – Woods & Plastics||Division 14 – Conveying Systems|
|Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture||Division 15 – Mechanical|
|Division 8 – Doors and Windows||Division 16 – Electrical|
Registration. To pre-register for this event, .
- Sue Kranes firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-601-0446
- Coastal Carolina, Anne Campbell email@example.com or 910-938-6785