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Services of a qualified A/E firm are required to provide aerial photography, remote sensing, aerotriangulation, large and small-scale topographic maps and landuse/landcover analysis and mapping for the Buffalo District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This solicitation doesn’t supersede contracts previously awarded for similar work by other Corps Districts. It is open to all businesses regardless of size. The contract will have a base period not to exceed one year and two option periods not to exceed one year each. The amount of work in each contract period will not exceed $1,000,000. The contract is anticipated to be awarded in March 2002. Work will include photogrammetric mapping, remote sensing and aerial photography of sites for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and other federal agencies such as the U.S. Army CE and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Selection criteria will include current experience in conventional large and small scale photogrammetric production in support of engineering design, facilities management and regional planning as well as experience in collection and processing LIDAR data into mapping products. Experience in orhtophoto generation for large and small scale mapping projects as well as the ability to conduct supervised and unsupervised digital classifications is also required. Ground survey control planning, acquisition for photogrammetric map compilation measuring, GPS and capability and experience in providing geospatial data products is required. To be considered, the firm must submit two copies of completed SF 255 (11/92 edition) and two copies of SF 254 (11/92 edition) for the prime firm and all consultants no later than 30 days after the date of this announcement. The firm’s ACASS number in SF 255, Block 3b must be included. For ACASS information call 503-326-3459. In SF 255, Block 10, describe owned or leased equipment that will be used to perform this contract as well as CADD capabilities.
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