The Salem Area Resiliency Enhancement Project includes, but not limited to, space planning, site & facility evaluation, design, design reviews, value engineering, demolition, selective demolition, removal of regulated building materials, hazardous material abatement and disposal, material recycling, construction and renovations of existing and potentially new infrastructures, utility upgrades, and commissioning services, both on and off-site as may be necessary to successfully complete the Project in support of the OMD's mission to meet the needs of the military tenants, enhancing the resiliency and rent-ability of the facilities within the Project for the local community, and improving community and user participation.
The Project consists of two (2) sites, the Anderson Readiness Center ("ARC") and the Owen Summers Building, (collectively, "Project Sites"). The Project Sites are further described as follows:
1. Anderson Readiness Center ("ARC") located at 3225 State Street Salem Oregon 97301 is approximately 120,040 square feet and was built in 2002. The building currently houses the Army National Guard, 1249th Engineering battalion, an Emergency Operations Center, Offices of Oregon Office of Emergency Management, and Dispatch and Communications centers for the Oregon State Police and Oregon Department of Transportation. The facility also serves as a local conference center with several large classrooms and meeting spaces available for rent by other government agencies and the general public.
2. Owen Summers Building located at 1776 Militia Way SE Salem Oregon 97301 is approximately 85,680 square feet and was built in 1988. The building serves as the primary administration facility for OMD, houses the United State Property & Fiscal Officer ("USPFO") and members of the Adjutant General's support personnel. The building was formerly the Joint Forces Headquarters.
The Project Sites have undergone Anti-Terrorism Force Protection ("ATFP") upgrades and other minor updates since being constructed. Currently the Project Sites are in a state of significant decline. Severe deficiencies in electrical, mechanical, and structural components threaten the ability of OMD to continue to use the Project Sites for their intended purpose. The Project will bring the Project Sites into conformance with current building and structural codes; replace outdated, inefficient, or defective building systems including but not limited to electrical, mechanical, and plumbing; and remodel existing classrooms, administrative spaces, latrines and showers, equipment storage areas, kitchen, and assembly hall areas. The Project will also repair or replace failed paving areas, and repair or replace existing landscaping, and fencing.
Recent changes in the force structure of the military, combined with the standards required by the federal design guides has resulted in Project Sites that no longer meet the standards required for soldier housing. The Project Sites' electrical, mechanical, structural, water, sewer, and storm systems need to be evaluated for replacement or repair. At the time of original construction, the Project Sites employed little to no energy saving measures.
The work under the resulting Design-Build Agreement will consist of space planning, developing scopes of work and budgets, design, review, value engineering, demolition, construction, and all support needed to complete the Project. The Project requires the design to comply with federal design standards contained in the Armory National Design Guides that provide direction relevant to building performance standards of military funded facilities, and with technical specifications contained in Construction/Army National Guard ("NG") Pamphlet 415-5. NG Pamphlet 415-5 provides technical requirements relevant to the contracting practices and procedures for military funded projects. The Project must also comply with other applicable federal, state, and local codes and regulations. Under these requirements, OMD must employ cost saving, space saving, energy saving, and other sustainable design and construction features. To that end, OMD strives to continually improve its acquisition and project delivery approache
s. One of those improvements is the use of a Design-Build project delivery method
All OMD facilities are governed by U.S. Homeland Security REAL ID compliance regulations. Valid Photo identification is required. Facility owners/staff are prohibited from accepting driver's licenses or ID cards from non-compliant states or jurisdictions. Proposers are responsible for providing appropriate valid identification. OMD is not responsible for Proposers who are denied access for not having proper identification.
Solicitation Single Point of Contact ("POC")
A. Point of Contact: Sam Goff - CPPB, Contract Specialist
B. Address: 775 Airport Way, Salem, Oregon 97301-6888
C. Phone/Fax: 1-503-584-3195/1-503-363-0147
OMD will conduct a mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting.
Oregon Military Department
Salem Reserve Center
775 Airport Road
Salem OR 97301
Date and time: July 28, 2020 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.