The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a requirement for the Architect and Engineering Design for a conceptual design for the FAA Airport Traffic Control Tower that could be deployed at multiple sites across the United States (U.S.).
The FAA owns and maintains many regional and municipal ATCTs across the U.S. that have exceeded their life expectancy and are past due for replacement. The FAA is seeking a standardized tower design that would enable the large scale deployment of new ATCTs within a 2–5 year timeframe. The goal of this competition is to identify innovative design approaches and execution strategies to meet our unique challenges.
A three-phase, Best Value and fixed-price selection process will be utilized for this source selection in accordance with the Acquisition Management System (AMS). This solicitation, Phase I, is an unrestricted Request for Information (RFI). Only those successful Offerors from Phase I will be invited to submit qualifications in response to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) (Phase II). Finally, only those successful Offerors from Phase II will be invited to submit a proposal in response to the Request for Offer (RFO) (Phase III).Click for more info