Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command

NAVFAC Southwest Awards $4.5 Million Contract for Geotechnical Engineering Service

02/08/13 12:00 AM

Contact: Mario Icari
Voice: (619) 532-1752

By Mario Icari, Naval Facilities Enginnering Command Southwest Public Affairs

SAN DIEGO (NNS) - Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southwest awarded RORE Inc. a $4.5 million indefinite quantity architecture-engineer (A-E) design and engineering services contract Jan. 17 for architect-engineer services, geotechnical consultation, subsurface investigation, and material testing for various projects.

"With the award of the Geotechnical Engineering Service AE IDIQ to RORE, Inc., we at NAVFAC Southwest look to utilize RORE Inc's proven experience to blend established geotechnical engineering methodologies with creative and innovative approaches to develop Geotechnical Engineering solutions, meet NAVFAC Southwest's mission, and ultimately the warfighter's needs," said Elliott Penetrante, NAVFAC Southwest contract specialist.

RORE Inc.'s A-E design and engineering services are required for design support contracts for various projects. Planned projects will cover new construction, repair, and alteration of a variety of sites and facilities. RORE Inc. will conduct work mainly for geotechnical related projects in NAVFAC Southwest's area of responsibility in California, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. The majority of work is anticipated to be completed in California. The contract is set not to exceed $4.5 million.

Geotechnical consultation will include design, subsurface/field investigation; reports and studies including design failure reports of facilities, pavements, and structures; safety inspection of existing facilities, material and soils testing of facility components, and environmental soils investigation.

RORE Inc. will also provide recommendations for planning, design and construction of foundations, earth structures, dams, slopes; analysis of static and seismic stability; evaluations of geological fault foundation and structural systems of existing facilities; identification and abatement methods of hazardous materials within the project. Design and engineering deliverables may include plans, specifications, basis of design, cost estimates, design reviews, field and laboratory test results, analysis of test results, reports, and studies.

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