DLA Seeks Contractor for Locker Room Extension and Fire Door Replacement

Contract Set Aside for 100% Small Business Concerns

San Joaquin, California, May 31, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) updated on May 31 a previously released solicitation notice in which it outlined plans to bring on a small business contractor for a locker room extension and fire door replacement project at the Defense Distribution Depot in San Joaquin, California.

The contractor who receives the award must furnish all labor, material, transportation, supplies, and supervision necessary for the expansion of the existing Locker Room 193 and the replacement of two fire doors in the Public Safety Center, Building 235.

The DLA further defined the scope of the project as follows:

  • Construct a 3'x7' clear wall opening in Locker Room 193 per A-102
  • Move lockers in Room 193 during construction as required
  • Remove and reset tables, refrigerator, and cabinets from existing Room 1923
  • Remove existing hardware from Door 192
  • Replace new hardware to open from the inside and lock from the
  • Replace one light fixture to contain batter backup, per plans
  • Remove and replace two fire doors, frames, and hardware at the Apparatus Bay
  • Install new LENEL card reader system
  • Provide new low-voltage circuit to new LENEL card reader, request to exit with motion detector, and magnetic contact switch
  • Provide new metal conduit, painted
  • Install lever type door hardware, best lock compatible, and electrified to connect with LENEL card reader

The DLA expects the contractor who receives the contract to complete all work within 60 calendar days of receiving the contract.

The NAICS Code for this procurement is 236220, the small business size standard is $36,500,000, and the DLA anticipates the contract to be valued at between $25,000 and $100,000.

Responses are due by no later than 3 p.m. EST on June 1, and interested contractors can direct questions to Acquisition Specialist Michael Minto at Michael.Minto@dla.mil.

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