Navy Doors Maintenance and Replacement IDIQ

Customer: U.S. Navy
Contract Capacity: $1,251,197

navy doors maintenance replacement

Contract Number: N40085-12-D-5014
POP: 07-May-2012 to 06-May-2015

Burgos Group provides the necessary project management, supervision, and manpower along with the tools, materials, equipment, incidental engineering, and transportation necessary to perform miscellaneous door repairs or replacements at Naval Support Activity in Mechanicsburg, PA. This solicitation contained a base year and two option years of which both were exercised. Task Orders ranged from $6,000 to over $170,000 and a summary of each award to date is below.

TO 1 – POP: 26 Jun – 27 Jul 2012
Purchased and installed two ADA compliant Personnel door operators on two doors.

TO 2 – POP: 24 Jul – 22 Sep 2012
Installed five high speed fabric doors on the exterior of 14-ft. x 12-ft. overhead sectional door openings.

TO 3 – POP: 7 Sep – 7 Nov 2012
Replaced interior mounted 20-ft. x 18-ft. rolling service door and a 1-HP operator. Burgos Group equipped the door with an electric safety edge and a 25-ft. take-up reel to allow for safe one-touch opening and closing.

TO 4 – POP: 12 Sep – 15 Oct 2012
Replaced existing overhead doors with two 14-ft. x 12-ft. insulated steel overhead sectional doors and 1/2 HP operators.

TO 5 – POP: 18 Sep – 5 Nov 2012
Replaced existing wooden sectional overhead door with 14-ft. x 12-ft. insulated steel overhead sectional door along with a 1/2 HP operator, 12 linear feet of safety edge and the applicable take-up reel. This project also included the installation of a manual bi-fold metal security grill mounted on the exterior of the door opening.

TO 6 – POP: 20 Sep – 19 Dec 2012
Removed existing double personnel door, operators and frame and installed one ADA-compliant 4-section bi-fold glass personnel door with operator and interior and exterior sensors for hands free operation.

TO 7 – POP: 15 Apr – 25 Jun 2013
Replaced interior mounted 17-ft. x 14.5-ft. rolling steel service door, 1-HP operator and equipped with an electric safety edge and take-up reel. We removed and replaced damaged 16-ft. x 18-ft. rolling service curtain.

TO 8 – POP: 4 Sep – 23 Nov 2013
Installed new interior mounted 16-ft.’ x 18-ft. rolling service door, 1-HP operator and equipped it with an electric safety edge and 25-ft. take-up reel to allow for safe one touch open/close.

TO 9 – POP: 4 Sep – 23 Nov 2013
Installed new interior mounted 16-ft. x 18-ft. rolling service door, 1-HP operator and equipped it with an electric safety edge and 25-ft. take-up reel to allow for safe one touch open/close.

TO 10 – POP: 27 Nov 2013 – 06 Jan 2014
Purchased and installed one ADA-compliant surface mounted double sliding glass personnel door with operator with motion sensor that allows for automatic hands- free operation and Card Reader activation capabilities.

TO 11 – POP: 21 Feb 2014 – 28 JUN 2014
Purchased and installed two 1-HP operators with safety edges to allow for 1 touch operation for two overhead roll-up doors. Both doors are now operated by an internal pushbutton. Electric safety edges are connected to operators with 25-ft. take-up reels to allow for safe one touch opening and closing.

TO 12 – POP: 13 Jun 2014 – 03 Nov 2014
Burgos Group demolished, purchased and installed 26 steel personnel doors at 14 secure keypad-accessible exterior door entryways. Doors included all hardware and entry devices. All work was coordinated with the customer and the security contractor in order to prevent any overnight security lapses. Refurbishment of three non-secured doorways required paint, weather-stripping, and door sweeps. All new doors and frames were factory painted to the current BEAP color for Admin Buildings (Fed Standard 34108). All refurbished door and frames were repainted on-site.

TO 13 – POP: 21 Jun 2014 – 26 Nov 2014
As with TO 12, we demolished, purchased and installed 31 steel personnel doors at 20 secure keypad-accessible exterior door entryways. Doors included all hardware and entry devices. All work was coordinated with the customer and the security contractor in order to prevent any overnight security lapses. Refurbishment of eight non-secured doorways required paint, weather-stripping, and door sweeps. All new doors and frames were factory painted to the current BEAP color for Admin Buildings (Fed Standard 34108). All refurbished door and frames were repainted on-site.

TO 14 – POP: 10 Nov 2014 – 19 Jan 2015
We removed existing doors and purchased and installed 15 new wooden personnel doors in 15 interior offices in Building 311, second floor. We reused all hardware except door closures and kick plates (at the Customer’s request). All work was coordinated with the customer to allow for no overnight security lapses. Thirteen (13) of the new doors were ordered with a Birch clear coat finish, and two (2) with a mahogany clear coat finish (in order to match existing doors). The 13 Birch doors were ordered with windows matching existing size, and the mahogany doors had peep holes installed. The doors we removed were left with customer for possible future use.

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