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Drydocking and repair of USCGC White
Lupine (WLM-546). Sol. DTCG80-89-B- 00140. BIDS DUE JULY 25. Provide all labor, material and equipment necessary to perform routine drydocking vessel mainte- nance on 133-foot vessel. The vessel will be available on or about August 14, 1989. The work will be performed at the contractor's facility. Nonrefundable charge for re- quested drawings or technical publications.
Proposed contract is part of the Small Busi- ness Competitiveness Demonstration Pro- gram.
For both of these proposals contact: Ms.
Beda Gonzalez, contract specialist (212) 668-6253; USCG Maintenance & Logistics
Command Atlantic, Bldg 400, Section M,
Room 207, Governors Island, NY 10004- 5085.
PROPOSALS DUE JULY 28 for drydock- ing and repair of USCGC Point Bonita (WPB-82347). Sol DTCG80-89-B-00126.
Furnish all necessary labor, material, equip- ment and services to drydock and repair.
Vessel will be available on or about August 28, 1989. The solicitation (IFB) anticipated to be issued on or about June 28, 1989.
Funds are not presently available for this procurement. The government's obligation under this solicitation is contingent upon the availability of appropriated funds from which payment for contract purposes can be made. Nonrefundable fee for drawings and technical publications. This acquisition is open to small and large businesses under the Small Business Competitiveness Dem- onstration Program. Contact: Ms. Joyce
Sheppard, contract specialist (212) 668- 6475. USCG Maintenance & Logistics Com- mand Atlantic, Bldg 400, Section M, Room
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BIDS OPEN JULY 24 for dryberthing hull repairs of LCM-8 (576 & 653) RAV. Sol.
N62791-89-B-0122. Work to be performed at contractor's facility. Contract dates Au- gust 7 through September 29, 1989. All coast guide area sources who currently hold, or are qualified for and willing to enter into a master agreement for repair and alteration of vessels (DFARS 17.71) prior to award, may submit a bid which shall be con- sidered. Contact: Terri L. Kniepp (619) 556- 2310, Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conver- sion and Repair, Naval Station, Box 119,
San Diego, CA 92136-5119.
PROPOSALS DUE JULY21 for drydock- ing phase maintenance, fixed-price on USS
Charleston (LKA-113). Sol. N62678-89-R- 0201. Miscellaneous mechanical, electri- cal/electronic, structural repair, gas freeing drydocking, and hull preservation. To quali- fy for the award of a Job Order resulting from this solicitation, the offeror must exe- cute a current NAVSEA Master Ship Repair
Agreement. Ship characteristics: overall length: 575-1/2 feet and light displace- ment: 10,413 long tons. The ship will be available for inspection on July 7 through
July 12 at the U.S. Naval Base, Norfolk, Va.
Availability dates are September 11, 1989 to January 11, 1990. The work will be accomplished at the contractor's facility.
The geographical area of this solicitation is restricted to the homeport area. Contact:
P. Fields, (804) 396-7664, Supervisor of
Shipbuilding, Conversion, and Repair, P.O.
Box 215, Portsmouth, VA 23705-0215.
PROPOSALS DUE JULY 24 for drydock and repair of USCGC Key Largo and USCGC
Metompkin. Sol. DTCG80-89-B-00151. Pro- vide labor, material and equipment neces- sary to perform routine drydock vessel maintenance. Work will include routine dry- docking, propeller, fin stabilizer and rudder inspection, welding repair, etc. The avail- ability schedule for the USCGC Key Largo, based in Tybee, Ga., is September 12, 1989.
The USCGC Metompkin will be available
November 13, 1989. She is homeported in
Charleston, S.C. Charge for requested drawings and publications. The proposed contract is part of the Small Business Com- petitiveness Demonstration Program. Con- tact: Mrs. P. Cutts, contract specialist at (212) 668-6279, office of Commander,
USCG Maintenance & Logistics Command
Atlantic (vpl), Bldg 400, Section M, Room 207, Governors Island, NY 10004-5085.
Contracting officer: Ms. V.A. Nemara, (212) 668-3455, same location.
PROPOSALS DUE AUGUST 9 for dry- dock and (dockside) repair of USCGC
Cherokee (WMEC-165). Sol. DTCG80-89-B- 00154. Provide labor, material, and equip- ment necessary to perform routine dock- side vessel maintenance. Work will include overhauling anchor windlass and motor, ax- ial vent blowers, sewage pump motors and davit, temporary logistics, welding repairs, etc. Dockside repair of USCGC Cherokee in
Little Creek, Norfolk, Va. Vessel availability is September 11 to October 27, 1989.
Charge for requested drawings and techni- cal publications. The proposed contract is part of the Small Business Competitiveness
Demonstration Program. Contact: Ms. Ka- ren Slivonik, contract specialist (212) 668- 3374, office of Commander, USCG Mainte- nance & Logistics Command Atlantic (vpl),
Bldg 400, Section M, Room 207, Governors
Island, New York, NY 10004-5085. Con- tracting officer: Ms. V.A. Nemara, (212) 668-3455, same location.
PROPOSALS DUE AUGUST 9 for dock- side repairs to USCGC Barque Eagle (WIX- 327). Sol. DTCG80-89-B-00155. Furnish necessary labor, material, equipment and services to perform dockside repairs. Work will include renewal of deck plating, joiner doors, portable water piping, fin tube heat coils, and riveted fuel oil tank seam, tempo- rary logistics, recaulk weather deck, etc. (continued)
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