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Procurement Office FHWA - Washington DC / Office of Contracts and Procurement
Procurement Category Engineering Services
Competition Type 8(a) Competitive
RFP Quarter 4th QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
NAICS 541 330
Sequence Number 2018-014_HIAP-30_Multiple Award IDIQ Support for Technical and Technology Transfer Activities
Description

The intent is to develop a multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract for the support for technical and technology transfer activities for the FHWA’s efforts to accelerate project delivery with quality safely in mind.  The objective of this contract is to develop a stronger construction engineering program in the areas of innovative technologies and Practices such as: Construction Quality, Construction Equipment, Construction Safety, Construction Project Management, Construction of Pavements, Construction of Bridges, Construction Scheduling, Construction Estimation, and Construction Automation.

 

Contact Name Antonio Nieves
Email antonio.nieves@dot.gov
Phone (202) 366-4597
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract? No

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