MATOC for Construction Services for the USACE, Afghanistan Engineer District South
Details
Site / Location Southern Afghanistan, Afghanistan
LTCCORP GS Project # TBD
Project Description
Task Orders issued under this MATOC will primarily address new construction, design-build (D-B), design-bid-build (D-B-B), site-adapt-construction, utility construction, general building renovation, new road construction, and general environmental work including but not limited to, incidental minor construction, excavation, plumbing, demolition, electrical, structural, mechanical and concrete work. Task orders will provide the Government with a construction project delivery method that can accommodate quick and straight-forward projects, as well as some small but complex projects. Task orders will primarily include Afghan National Security Force (ANSF) construction and D-B projects, but may also include Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) and Military Construction (MILCON) projects involving a variety of trades.
How to submit your proposal
Please submit bids via e-mail to all contacts listed.
Contacts
Register or log in
Bid Documents
Register or log in
Deadlines
Bidder Due Date / Time * 10 Jun 2012
  7:00 PM Eastern (US)

Technical Questions Due By N/A
* Including your proposal and all applicable documentation
Project Interest
Interact
CSI Divisions
Division 03 - Concrete
Division 06 - Woods, Plastics, and Composites
Division 07 - Thermal and Moisture Protection
Division 08 - Openings
Division 09 - Finishes
Division 10 - Specialties
Division 11 - Equipment
Division 23 - Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC)
Division 26 - Electrical
Division 27 - Communications
Division 31 - Earthwork
NAICS Codes
NAICS codes are not defined for this project.

The use of the LTC Plan Room site fulfills the function set forth in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 5.206, Notice of Subcontracting Opportunities, for a prime contractor to post notices and thereby increases competition for its potential purchase order/subcontracts.
blah