The USPS Office Of Inspector General posted the following on the Federal Business Opportunities website:
The United States Postal Service (USPS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) plans to issue a Firm Fixed Price Contract for a multi-phased Office Renovation to their Headquarters facility located at 1735 N Lynn Street, Arlington, VA. The work includes all labor and materials necessary to complete the renovations in accordance with USPS OIG approved specifications and drawings. Proposers should recognize the building is occupied and the project will be completed in multiple phases to avoid disruption of facility operations. The estimated cost of the project is between $4.8 million and $5.6 million, with construction completion within 365 calendar days from receipt of notice to proceed for the total project. The project consists of renovating 123,126 interior sf in an existing 12-story commercial office building. Work includes demolition and new work on 6 floors. Demolition work includes but is not limited to, interior partitions, casework, acoustical ceilings, lighting, mechanical diffusers and plumbing fixtures. All mechanical ductwork shall remain. New work includes new gypsum board partitions, new finishes throughout including; acoustical ceiling tiles, gypsum bulkheads, painted walls, broadloom carpet and vinyl tiles. Work also includes new lighting, electrical and IT wiring throughout and limited mechanical, plumbing and sprinkler work. This is a privately owned facility, leased by the USPS. All necessary permits will be required.
As part of a recent lease renewal, the landlord may fund payment requests related to this project. All payment requests will be submitted to the USPS OIG for approval, and then they may be forwarded to the lease management company for payment by the landlord.