HUNTSVILLE, AL--(Marketwired - February 15, 2017) - The Corps of Engineers, Huntsville Center, issued on February 15 a sources sought synopsis to help it identify parties having an interest in and the resources to provide 36 hours of Medical Military Construction (MILCON)/Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) (227) instruction.
Interested contractors also must facilitate and include in the instruction case studies and group exercises to encourage meaningful discussions and provide hands-on experience.
The Medical Military Construction (MILCON)/Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (SRM) (227) provides an overview of the rules and practices that govern the construction of medical health care facilities, from programming through construction and occupancy. A strict set of codes and requirements that the Joint Commission established governs health care facility construction.
The course must include the following types of information:
- Code and compliance issues relevant to working in a health care environment
- Health care industry fundamentals
- Planning, design, and construction process
- Patient safety
- Project management principles
- Medical funding stream
After completing the course, each student should be able to support Medical and SRM project execution as a member of Medical or SRM Project Delivery Teams; will receive the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) Healthcare Construction Certificate; and be registered at the ASHE website.
The Corps of Engineers, Huntsville Center will use responses to this sources sought notice to help it determine how to best procure the requirement, which has an applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code of 813910.
The resulting contract will be for a 1-year base ordering period, with four possible 1-year option periods.
Interested and capable contractors must e-mail Patricia.firstname.lastname@example.org and Tondra.R.Madison@usace.army.mil by no later than February 24 the following information:
- Organization name, CAGE code, address, e-mail address, Web site address, and telephone number
- Business size (number of employees, as well as classification as large or small) and type of ownership
- Firm type (e.g., certified 8(a) small business, (8a SB); certified Hub Zone business, (Hub Zone); woman-owned small business, (WOSB); economically disadvantaged WOSB, (ED-WOSB); veteran-owned small business, (VOSB); and/or service disabled veteran owned concern, (SD-VOSB)
- Tailored capability statements addressing the particulars of this effort, with appropriate documentation supporting claims of organizational and staff capability (and, if anticipating significant subcontracting or teaming, the administrative and management structure of such arrangements)
To receive the contract contractors also must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) database, and have as part of the Registration all current Representations and Certifications.
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