Sources Sought Synopsis for the Layberthing of Two MARADs Vessels in the Gulf Coast of the United States

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Заказчик: Department of Transportation
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Дата публикации: 16-11-2017
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Sources Sought Synopsis for the Layberthing of Two MARADs Vessels in the Gulf Coast of the United States Solicitation Number: DTMA-91-18MKR-ALTAIR
Agency: Department of Transportation
Office: Maritime Administration (MARAD)
Location: MAR-380

Solicitation Number: DTMA-91-18MKR-ALTAIR

Notice Type: Sources Sought

Synopsis: Added: Nov 16, 2017 9:34 am Sources Sought Synopsis/ Market Research
DTMA-91-18MKR-ALTAIR

SECTION A - INTRODUCTION


This is a SOURCES SOUGHT SYNOPSIS; it is not a solicitation announcement; thus, this synopsis neither solicits for proposals nor bids and no contract will be awarded based on this synopsis; however, this synopsis is a market research tool, which will enable the Maritime Administration (MARAD) to gain knowledge of qualified Small Businesses and Large Businesses that are classified under Code 488390 of the North American Industry Classification Code (NAICS), which can provide layberthing services to MARAD" Ready Reserve Force FSS-class vessels, ALTAIR and BELLATRIX., in the Gulf Coast of the United States. The Small Business Size Standard in dollars is $38.5 Million. Please, be informed that no reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this synopsis or any follow up information requests.


Responses to this Sources Sought Synopsis will be used by MARAD to decide whether or not to set the solicitation for the layberthing of ALTAIR and BELLATRIX aside for small businesses, to understand the current layberthing price/per-diem rate, and to understand the number of interested and capable potential offerors. MARAD intends to award the related layberthing contract in 2018 fiscal year.


Section B - DESCRIPTION

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) will require services for the exclusive long-term safe layberthing for two (2) FSS-class Ready Reserve Force (RRF) vessels, ALTAIR and BELLATRIX, on the Gulf Coast of the United States. Although the layberths are intended for the above vessels, the Government may substitute vessels of a similar size or smaller. The ships of the RRF are maintained by MARAD in various states of readiness to meet common user lift requirements of the armed services in a contingency.



CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FSS PENNSHIP CONVERSION VESSEL - BELLATRIX


LENGTH OVERALL: 946"-1½"


LENGTH BETWEEN PERPENDICULARS: 880"-06"


BEAM: 105"-06"


ESTIMATED DRAFT AT BERTH: 27"-08" FWD


28"-08" AFT


MAST HEIGHT (MAX ABOVE BASELINE: 164"- 10"


ESTIMATED AIR DRAFT: 137"- 06"


DISPLACEMENT: 55485 L/T


LIGHTSHIP DISPLACEMENT: 30971 L/T


DEADWEIGHT: 23964 L/T


DEPTH FROM KEEL TO WEATHER DECK: 75" AFT OF AFT HOUSE,
64"-04" FWD OF AFT HOUSE


SIDEPORT THRESHOLD HEIGHT 46"-00"
(KEEL TO BASE OF SIDEPORT)


TYPE OF RAMP: PORTABLE, ATTACHES TO SIDEPORT. STOWED ON WD


RAMP LENGTH (DEPLOYED): 79" - 06"


RAMP BASE AREA 360 SQFT


RAMP WEIGHT 34.5 L/T


SIDEPORT LOCATION: 574"-619" FWD OF STERN


RAMP POSITIONING PARALLEL, FORWARD LEAD
(WITH RESPECT TO CENTER LINE) PARALLEL, AFT LEAD
PERPINDICULAR


REQUIRED AMPERAGE: 1200 AMPS


REQUIRED VOLTAGE: 450 VOLTS


ESTIMATED DAILY KWH USAGE: 7200 KWH


REQUIRED MOORED POSITION: PORT OR STARBOARD SIDE-TO.
IF MOORED IN A RIVER BOW MUST FACE UPSTREAM*



*TO BE POSITIONED BOW DOWNSTREAM, A CONTINUOUIS MEANS OF PROTECTING THE RUDDER/PROPELLER FROM DEBRIS STRIKING THE VESSEL MUST BE IN PLACE.


APPROXIMATE SAIL AREA AT LAYBERTH DRAFT: 60000 SQUARE FEET


APPROXIMATE PARALLEL MID-BODY: APPROX 370" FROM 180 FT FWD OF THE STERN TO 550 FT FWD OF THE STERN



SHIPS STORES CRANES:
LOCATION: APPROX 368 FT FWD OF THE STERN Port & Starboard side
ACCOMMODATION LADDER:
LOCATION: APPROX 240 FT FWD OF THE STERN
LENGTH/LEAD: 50"- 09" LONG/FWD LEADING
HEIGHT OF SHIP ENTRY: 75"-00" ABOVE KEEL (BASELINE)


FORWARD CARGO CRANES:
LOCATION: 625" FORWARD OF STERN
CAPACITY: 2 @ 35 L/T, 70 L/T (TWIN MODE)


AFT CARGO CRANE:
LOCATION: 190" FORWARD OF STERN
CAPACITY: 2 @ 50 L/T, 100 L/T (TWIN MODE)




CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FSS AVONDALE CONVERSION---ALTAIR


LENGTH OVERALL: 946"-1½"


LENGTH BETWEEN PERPENDICULARS: 880"-06"


BEAM: 105"-06"


ESTIMATED DRAFT AT BERTH: 25"-09" FWD


28"-00" AFT


MAST HEIGHT (MAX ABOVE BASELINE: 164"- 10"


ESTIMATED AIR DRAFT: 137"- 06"


DISPLACEMENT: 55485 L/T


LIGHTSHIP DISPLACEMENT: 30971 L/T


DEADWEIGHT: 23964 L/T


DEPTH FROM KEEL TO WEATHER DECK: 75" AFT OF AFT HOUSE, 64"-04" FWD OF AFT HOUSE


SIDEPORT THRESHOLD HEIGHT 46"-00"
(KEEL TO BASE OF SIDEPORT)


TYPE OF RAMP: PORTABLE, ATTACHES TO SIDEPORT. STOWED ON WD


RAMP LENGTH (DEPLOYED): 79" - 06"


RAMP BASE AREA 360 SQFT


RAMP WEIGHT 34.5 L/T


SIDEPORT LOCATION: 574"-619" FWD OF STERN


RAMP POSITIONING PARALLEL, FORWARD LEAD
(WITH RESPECT TO CENTER LINE): PARALLEL, AFT LEAD
PERPINDICULAR


REQUIRED AMPERAGE: 1200 AMPS


ESTIMATED DAILY KWH USAGE: 7200 KWH


REQUIRED MOORED POSITION: PORT OR STARBOARD SIDE-TO. IF MOORED IN A RIVER BOW MUST FACE UPSTREAM*


*TO BE POSITIONED BOW DOWNSTREAM, A CONTINUOUIS MEANS OF PROTECTING THE RUDDER/PROPELLER FROM DEBRIS STRIKING THE VESSEL MUST BE IN PLACE.



APPROXIMATE SAIL AREA AT LAYBERTH DRAFT: 60000 SQUARE FEET


APPROXIMATE PARALLEL MID-BODY: APPROX 370" FROM 180 FT FWD OF THESTERN TO 550 FT FWD OF THE STERN



SHIPS STORES CRANES:


Location: APPROX 368 FT FWD OF THE STERN Port & Starboard side
ACCOMMODATION LADDER:
LOCATION: APPROX 326 FT FWD OF THE STERN
LENGTH/LEAD: 50"-09" LONG/FWD LEADING
HEIGHT OF SHIP ENTRY: 75"-00" ABOVE KEEL (BASELINE)


FORWARD CARGO CRANES:
LOCATION: 625" FORWARD OF STERN
CAPACITY: 2 @ 35 L/T, 70 L/T (TWIN MODE)


AFT CARGO CRANE:
LOCATION: 190" FORWARD OF STERN
CAPACITY: 2 @ 50 L/T, 100 L/T (TWIN MODE)



Geographic Area of Consideration


The geographic area of consideration is the U.S. Gulf Coast from the southern tip of Florida including all coastal ports westward to the Southern tip of the Texas Gulf Coast inclusive of navigable waterways that can support the safe berthing and navigation of the size vessel identified. For potential sources located on inland waterways the distance to open waters must not exceed 150 miles. For the Mississippi river, berths must be located from the Baton Rouge area south. Vessels can be berthed at separate facilities but must be no more than five (5) miles apart.


Wind Speeds for select USEC Ports within the area of consideration:


Port State Max Wind Speed (MPH) 30 second duration
Mobile Alabama 116
Panama City Florida 119
Pensacola Florida 130
Tampa Florida 126
Lake Charles Louisiana 94
Baton Rouge Louisiana 92
New Orleans Louisiana 110
Biloxi Mississippi 120
Pascagoula Mississippi 120
Gulfport Mississippi 120
Orange Texas 94
Beaumont Texas 94
Ingleside Texas 126
Port Arthur Texas 101
Galveston Texas 112
Houston Texas 92
Chorpus Christi Texas 106
Brownsville Texas 119




Response


Complete the form below and e-mail it to Ken Egbuna (Ken.egbuna@dot.gov) on or before 10:00 AM Eastern Time, on November 22, 2017.



Facility Name: _____________________________________ Location: ____________


1. Berth or wharf dimensions: __________________________________________
2. Estimated number of vessels that could be moored there? __________________
Are vessels nested ______ yes _______ no Moored bow to stern: ______ yes _______ no
3. What is the condition of the fendering system? ______________________________
What type? ___________________________________________________________
4. Is the pier deck paved concrete or asphalt surface? ______ yes _______ no
In good condition? _____ yes ____ no
5. Fresh water @ 40 PSI/ 200K Gal Day (138gal/min) and Sewage available? __ yes __ no
6. Electricity available? ______ yes _______ no Amperage? _________
7. Telephone available? ______ yes _______ no # of Lines? __________
8. What is dock strength (uniform load)? __________________________
9. Is Property fenced and gated? ______ yes _______ no
10. Unencumbered access? ______ yes _______ no
11. Is there lighting? ______ yes _______ no
12. Parking Area adjacent or inside the facility? ____yes ____ no Lighted ___ yes ____ no
13. Ship repair facilities (Ocean Going vessels) in the area? ______ yes _______ no
14. What would the approximate per diem rate be for the facility? ___________________
15. Are you a Small Business? _____Yes ____ No
16. Non-binding per-diem rates.



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Posted Date: November 16, 2017



Contracting Office Address: 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, W28-201
Washington, District of Columbia 20590


Place of Performance: Gulf Coast of the United States

United States


Primary Point of Contact.: Ken Egbuna, Sr. Contracting Officer

ken.egbuna@dot.gov Phone: 2023665211 Fax: 2023663237


All Files General Information Notice Type: Sources Sought

Posted Date: November 16, 2017

Response Date: Nov 22, 2017 10:00 am Eastern

Archiving Policy: Automatic, 15 days after response date

Archive Date: December 7, 2017

Original Set Aside: N/A

Set Aside: N/A

Classification Code: X -- Lease or rental of facilities

NAICS Code: 488 -- Support Activities for Transportation/488390 -- Other Support Activities for Water Transportation


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