SPAWAR extends deadline for Guam MILCON C4ISR proposals

On July 24, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command extended the deadline for responses to its Guam Military Buildup MILCON C4ISR Engineering, Planning and Design solicitation (Solicitation Number: N66001-17-R-0002). Proposals are now due on August 3.

The Department of Navy, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific (SSC Pacific), issued Request for Proposal (RFP) No. N66001-17-R-0002 for Guam Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Military Construction (MILCON) Planning and Design services. SSC Pacific requires support for C4ISR planning, design, engineering, electronic security and administrative services supporting the C4ISR planning and design directly associated with the currently planned MILCON Project P-649, entitled “Guam Joint Communications Upgrade”. This contract will also support C4ISR planning, design, engineering, and administrative support for the Marine Corps MILCON projects under the purview of Code H on Oahu, Hawaii. The specific Marine Corps MILCON projects located on Marine Corps Base Kaneohe are P-904/P-908 MV-22 Hangar, P-864 Aircraft Maintenance Expansion, P- 884 Aviation Simulation, P-863 Aircraft Maintenance Hangar, P-861 VMU, MWSD and CH53E, P-373 AAV Maintenance Facility, P-843 Multi-purpose Training Complex, P-891, Hangar 102 Upgrade CH-53K, P-923 Regional Communications Electrical Factory, P-930 Fire Station, P-736 Dewey Square Education/Professional Development Center, P-880 Regimental Headquarters, P-881 CISD and MITSC Facilities, P-916 Renovation of Building 301 for MALS-24 Headquarters, P-945 Combat Training Tank and P-836 MAG-24 Headquarters Building. The specific Marine Corps MILCON projects located on Camp H. M. Smith are P-818/819/820 MARFORPAC Operations Facility Phase I, II and III respectfully. The specific Marine Corps MILCON project located on Puuloa Range Complex is P-931 Puuloa Communication/Electrical Modification.

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Source: FedBizOpps