GSA Schedule 56: Buildings and Building Materials/Industrial Services and Supplies

This Schedule provides a full range of commercial products and services covering such areas as buildings and building materials/industrial services and supplies. In addition, this program offers energy saving building supplies, alternative energy solutions, and related services.

Number of 56 Contractors for FY 2010:          918

Reported FY 2010 Sales:                                     $677,460,170

Link to Schedule’s main page on eLibrary:
http://www.gsaelibrary.gsa.gov/ElibMain/scheduleSummary.do?scheduleNumber=56

Link to Schedule’s main page on FBO:
http://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=094c36a8f2c0281efc571480e688c088&tab=core&_cview=1 

56 comprises the following categories (SINs):

357 97 Ancillary Repair and Alterations related to Warehouse Equipment Solutions – Repair and Alterations ancillary to existing SINs under this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations projects are those (1) solely associated with the repair, alteration, delivery or installation of products or services also purchased under this Schedule, and which are (2) routine and non-complex in nature, such as routine painting or resurfacing of floors, simple hanging of drywall, basic electrical or plumbing work, removal/relocation of non-load bearing walls, minor alterations to install storage systems, conveyors or conveyor systems, and similar noncomplex services. This SIN EXCLUDES: (1) major or new construction of buildings, roads, parking lots and other facilities; (2) complex R&A of entire facilities or significant portions of facilities, and (3) Architect-Engineering Services subject to Public Law 92-582 (Brooks Act).

The work performed under this SIN shall be associated with existing SINs that are part of this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered but be an integral part of the total solution offered. Ancillary repair and alteration services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of products or services purchased under the Federal Supply Schedule contract.

This SIN includes all regulatory guidance outlined in accordance with FAR 36, including the Davis Bacon Act and the Miller Act.

Special Instructions: No award will be made under 357 97 Ancillary Repair and Alteration unless an offeror is awarded (or receives award concurrently) for another SIN under this Schedule. The Repair and Alteration work must be ancillary (incidental) to the primary services or products offered under the Schedule.

For Federally-owned space managed by GSA’s Public Building Service (PBS), approval of the PBS Building Manager must be received by the ordering activity and contractor before any repair and alteration work may be ordered. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the contractor.

Owned or leased space outside the PBS inventory may also include approval requirements. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the MAS contractor performing the R&A services.

This R&A SIN shall not be used for PBS leased space.

Any Agency contracting officer ordering services under this SIN for Ancillary Repair and Alterations is responsible for complying with his or her agency’s internal policies when procuring R&A services. This may include a specific warrant delegation for procuring construction services when the estimated amount of this portion of the task order exceeds $2,000 (Ref. FAR 22.4).

Special Notice to Ordering Agencies: GSA or other landlords may require re-performance of any nonconforming work at agency expense. If applicable, agencies may seek appropriate recourse from the contractor responsible for the nonconforming work.

361 97 Ancillary Repair and Alterations related to Pre-Engineered/Prefabricated Buildings and Structures Solutions – Repair and Alterations ancillary to existing SINs under this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations projects are those (1) solely associated with the repair, alteration, delivery or installation of products or services also purchased under this Schedule, and which are (2) routine and non-complex in nature, such as routine painting or resurfacing of floors, simple hanging of drywall, basic electrical or plumbing work, removal/relocation of non-load bearing walls, minor alterations to install storage systems, conveyors or conveyor systems, and similar noncomplex services. This SIN EXCLUDES: (1) major or new construction of buildings, roads, parking lots and other facilities; (2) complex R&A of entire facilities or significant portions of facilities, and (3) Architect-Engineering Services subject to Public Law 92-582 (Brooks Act).

The work performed under this SIN shall be associated with existing SINs that are part of this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered but be an integral part of the total solution offered. Ancillary repair and alteration services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of products or services purchased under the Federal Supply Schedule contract.

This SIN includes all regulatory guidance outlined in accordance with FAR 36, including the Davis Bacon Act and the Miller Act.

Special Instructions: No award will be made under 361 97 Ancillary Repair and Alteration unless an offeror is awarded (or receives award concurrently) for another SIN under this Schedule. The Repair and Alteration work must be ancillary (incidental) to the primary services or products offered under the Schedule.

For Federally-owned space managed by GSA’s Public Building Service (PBS), approval of the PBS Building Manager must be received by the ordering activity and contractor before any repair and alteration work may be ordered. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the contractor.

Owned or leased space outside the PBS inventory may also include approval requirements. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the MAS contractor performing the R&A services.

This R&A SIN shall not be used for PBS leased space.

Any Agency contracting officer ordering services under this SIN for Ancillary Repair and Alterations is responsible for complying with his or her agency’s internal policies when procuring R&A services. This may include a specific warrant delegation for procuring construction services when the estimated amount of this portion of the task order exceeds $2,000 (Ref. FAR 22.4).

Special Notice to Ordering Agencies: GSA or other landlords may require re-performance of any nonconforming work at agency expense. If applicable, agencies may seek appropriate recourse from the contractor responsible for the nonconforming work.

412 97 Ancillary Repair and Alterations for Alternative Energy Systems, Power Generation Equipment, Generators, and Batteries Solutions – Repair and Alterations ancillary to existing SINs under this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations projects are those (1) solely associated with the repair, alteration, delivery or installation of products or services also purchased under this Schedule, and which are (2) routine and non-complex in nature, such as routine painting or resurfacing of floors, simple hanging of drywall, basic electrical or plumbing work, removal/relocation of non-load bearing walls, minor alterations to install storage systems, conveyors or conveyor systems, and similar noncomplex services. This SIN EXCLUDES: (1) major or new construction of buildings, roads, parking lots and other facilities; (2) complex R&A of entire facilities or significant portions of facilities, and (3) Architect-Engineering Services subject to Public Law 92-582 (Brooks Act).

The work performed under this SIN shall be associated with existing SINs that are part of this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered but be an integral part of the total solution offered. Ancillary repair and alteration services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of products or services purchased under the Federal Supply Schedule contract.

This SIN includes all regulatory guidance outlined in accordance with FAR 36, including the Davis Bacon Act and the Miller Act.

Special Instructions: No award will be made under 412 97 Ancillary Repair and Alteration unless an offeror is awarded (or receives award concurrently) for another SIN under this Schedule. The Repair and Alteration work must be ancillary (incidental) to the primary services or products offered under the Schedule.

For Federally-owned space managed by GSA’s Public Building Service (PBS), approval of the PBS Building Manager must be received by the ordering activity and contractor before any repair and alteration work may be ordered. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the contractor.

Owned or leased space outside the PBS inventory may also include approval requirements. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the MAS contractor performing the R&A services.

This R&A SIN shall not be used for PBS leased space.

Any Agency contracting officer ordering services under this SIN for Ancillary Repair and Alterations is responsible for complying with his or her agency’s internal policies when procuring R&A services. This may include a specific warrant delegation for procuring construction services when the estimated amount of this portion of the task order exceeds $2,000 (Ref. FAR 22.4).

Special Notice to Ordering Agencies: GSA or other landlords may require re-performance of any nonconforming work at agency expense. If applicable, agencies may seek appropriate recourse from the contractor responsible for the nonconforming work.

563 97 Ancillary Repair and Alterations for Building Materials Solutions – Repair and Alterations ancillary to existing SINs under this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations projects are those (1) solely associated with the repair, alteration, delivery or installation of products or services also purchased under this Schedule, and which are (2) routine and non-complex in nature, such as routine painting or resurfacing of floors, simple hanging of drywall, basic electrical or plumbing work, removal/relocation of non-load bearing walls, minor alterations to install storage systems, conveyors or conveyor systems, and similar noncomplex services. This SIN EXCLUDES: (1) major or new construction of buildings, roads, parking lots and other facilities; (2) complex R&A of entire facilities or significant portions of facilities, and (3) Architect-Engineering Services subject to Public Law 92-582 (Brooks Act).

The work performed under this SIN shall be associated with existing SINs that are part of this Schedule. Ancillary Repair and Alterations shall not be the primary purpose of the work ordered but be an integral part of the total solution offered. Ancillary repair and alteration services may only be ordered in conjunction with or in support of products or services purchased under the Federal Supply Schedule contract.

This SIN includes all regulatory guidance outlined in accordance with FAR 36, including the Davis Bacon Act and the Miller Act.

Special Instructions: No award will be made under 563 97 Ancillary Repair and Alteration unless an offeror is awarded (or receives award concurrently) for another SIN under this Schedule. The Repair and Alteration work must be ancillary (incidental) to the primary services or products offered under the Schedule.

For Federally-owned space managed by GSA’s Public Building Service (PBS), approval of the PBS Building Manager must be received by the ordering activity and contractor before any repair and alteration work may be ordered. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the contractor.

Owned or leased space outside the PBS inventory may also include approval requirements. A copy of the approval must be retained by both the ordering activity contracting officer and the MAS contractor performing the R&A services.

This R&A SIN shall not be used for PBS leased space.

Any Agency contracting officer ordering services under this SIN for Ancillary Repair and Alterations is responsible for complying with his or her agency’s internal policies when procuring R&A services. This may include a specific warrant delegation for procuring construction services when the estimated amount of this portion of the task order exceeds $2,000 (Ref. FAR 22.4).

Special Notice to Ordering Agencies: GSA or other landlords may require re-performance of any nonconforming work at agency expense. If applicable, agencies may seek appropriate recourse from the contractor responsible for the nonconforming work.

FSC 61 – Power Distribution Equipment, Generators, and Batteries
Category Description
383 10 Portable Light Towers – Including, but not limited to, generator-sets, gen-sets and batteries, observation towers, communication towers, and parts and accessories. Products are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
383 2 Portable, Standby Backup, or Prime Generator(s) – Including, but not limited to, powered by electricity, gas, or diesel, rotary motor generators, trailer mounted units, enclosed mobile power generation standby units, load banks and generator transfer switches, parts, options, and accessories. Products are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts
383 5 Batteries and Battery Chargers – Including, but not limited to, rechargeable batteries (carbon zinc, alkaline manganese dioxide, mercuric oxide), non-rechargeable batteries, dry cell batteries, stationary batteries, storage batteries, motive batteries, vehicle batteries; automotive and industrial truck battery chargers, stationary battery chargers; parts and accessories. Products are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
383 9 Battery and Alternator Monitoring Systems; Battery Spill Containment Systems; Parts and Accessories – (FSC 6135 & 6140)
412 14 Uninterruptible Power Supplies – Including, but not limited to, AC and DC regulated power supply, line conditioners, inverters, AC/DC and DC/DC Converters and UPS, frequency converters; parts and accessories. Products are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
412 15 Power Distribution Units
412 17 Switchgear, Panelboards, Switchboards, Load Centers, Metering – Including, but not limited to, electrical lookout devices and options, parts, and accessories. Products are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts
412 19 Transformers
412 21 Electrical, Voltage, Generator Controls, Electric Motors, Motor Controllers/Motor Control Centers – Including, but not limited to, miscellaneous wiring, lay flat extensions, cable & conduit assemblies, breakers and extension kits and related options, parts and accessories. (Excludes Automotive Motors) Products are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
412 3 Surge Protection/Suppression – Including, but not limited to, sneak current protector, telecommunications surge protection, voltage sensitive devices, wall outlet surge protectors, and wall outlet surge protectors with EMI/RFI filtering, including parts and accessories.
412 50 Ancillary Services related to Power Distribution Equipment – Relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply Schedule contract. Including, but not limited to, services such as installation (design through startup), maintenance, and training. EXCLUDES: Construction as defined by FAR 2.101; Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36; personal services; and stand-alone services applicable to the Service Contract Act.
412 51 Installation and Site Preparation Services for Power Distribution Equipment – Relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply Schedule contract, including installation which requires construction. Special ordering procedures, which include Davis Bacon wage rates and construction clauses for installation and site preparation, apply to this SIN. EXCLUDES Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36
412 52 Power Systems Engineering Support – Including, but not limited to, program management, engineering,
technical, data management, and administrative support. Services offered must be in support of
power systems and related products only. EXCLUDES personal services and Architectural
Engineering Services (A&E), as defined by the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act, FAR 36.
412 8 Hard Wired Surge Protection and EMI/RFI Filtration Devices – for use in power distribution systems of 120 volt single phase, and 208 or 380 volt phase power distribution. SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS
412 99 Introduction of New Services and Products related to Power Distribution Equipment, Generators, and Batteries – Includes services and products not identified by existing SIN categories; includes new technology, professional services, such as consulting, design assistance, and technical review/advice; and stand-alone services (such as repair and maintenance services) that are subject to Service Contract Act wage rates
FSC 39 Warehouse Equipment and Supplies
Category Description
357 02 Warehouse Trucks and Tractors – Including, but not limited to, cargo, baggage, and industrial towing tractor, electric powered tow tractor, walk behind or riding tow tractor, flight line tow tractor, aircraft tug tractor, gas and diesel engine tractor, battery operated power assist vehicle (PAV), electric burden carrier, personnel carrier, options and accessories
357 03 Utility Trucks, Platform Trucks, Hand Trucks, Mail Carts – Including, but not limited to, non-powered, utility carts, grocery carts, dollies, options and accessories
357 08 Dock Plates, Boards, Ramps, and Bridges
357 09B Pallet Trucks – Including, but not limited to, powered and non-powered, walk behind, riding, picker stacker, pallet jacks, pallet racks, options and accessories
357 10C Spill Containment Units, Containment Pallets, Non-Wooden Pallets – Including, but not limited to, drive-on berms, drum overpacks; metal drums refurbished IAW United Nations standards, plastic, composite or steel pallets, containment mats, options and accessories
357 11C Warehouse Equipment and Supplies – Including, but not limited to, storage systems, storage racks, conveyors and conveyor systems, conveyor belts, slings, hooks, rope, chain, webbing, and material handling options and accessories such as strapping, shrink wrap, sealer, sealing iron, load binder, cord, and twine
357 98 Ancillary Services relating to Warehouse Equipment and Supplies, relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply schedule contract – Including but not limited to: installation, start-up, maintenance, repair, operator instruction/training, and consultation services. EXCLUDES Construction as defined by FAR 2.101; Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36; and stand-alone, commercial services applicable to the Service Contract Act.
357 99 Introduction of New Services and Products related to Warehouse Equipment and Supplies – Services and products not identified by existing SIN categories; includes new technology, professional services, such as consulting, design assistance, and technical review/advice; and commercial services (such as repair and maintenance services) that are subject to Service Contract Act wage rates
361 01 Scaffolding And Accessories – SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS
361 05 Work and Service Platforms – Manual or motorized, adjustable height; including, but not limited to, aerial lifts, man lifts, mechanical work tables, ergonomic lifts, split deck service platforms, scissor lifts, ladder systems, options and accessories
629 01A Forklifts – Electric, Gas, LPG, and Diesel Powered – Including, but not limited to, sit down, stand up, rider design, walk behind, stacker, straddle, narrow aisle, rider reach, and options and accessories, pneumatic or cushion tires, forklift batteries, battery chargers, and repair or replacement parts, options and accessories
FSC 46 – Air and Water Purification Equipment and Sewer Treatment Equipment
Category Description
641 1 Water Purification Units – Water treatment systems designed to capture, clean, re-use or pretreat wastewater. These commercial unit(s) should remove contaminants (such as oil, soluble oil, grease and soil) from a waste stream & then automatically store the cleaned water for re-use. The unit(s) treats water from high-volume, stream or pressure cleaning operations, such as motor pool cleaning, road maintenance equipment cleaning & tool parts cleaning. Also includes, Feeder System Units consisting of one or more pumps, with or without injector connections, hose & necessary fittings. Units Designed to introduce chemicals or chemical solutions used for water purification purposes, including options and accessories.
641 2 Water Filtration Systems – Including, but not limited to, units that filter out harmful bacteria and parasites using replaceable filter media; units to prepare water for consumption by persons without access to safe water supplies; and storage units for treated/potable water, including options and accessories
641 6 Sewage Treatment Equipment/Systems – Including, but not limited to, equipment for a sewage treatment facility and/or pretreatment of sewage wastewater generated by a small municipality; Septic Treatment Systems; Septic Tanks, Distribution station, lateral field plumbing station & all associated fixtures, including options and accessories
FSC 49 – Maintenance & Repair Shop Equipment with Related Environmental Products
Category Description
253 19 Diagnostic Equipment – Including, but not limited to, dynamometers, multiple function testing, analyzing units, on-board units, handheld units and borescopes, and options and accessories
253 2 Wheel & Tire Equipment – Including, but not limited to, Alignment Equipment, Wheel Balancing Equipment, Brake Service Equipment, Tire Changing Equipment, Tire Inflation Cages, Bead Breakers, Inflation systems, and Brake Lathes, and options and accessories
253 20 Vehicle Material Handling Equipment – Including, but not limited to, above ground and in-ground lifts, engine hoists, engine stands, jacks, and tire dollies. Includes equipment for maintenance and repair of automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, and aircraft, and options and accessories
253 24 Lubrication Equipment – Including, but not limited to, pumping, metering, and dispensing equipment and systems, and options and accessories
253 39 Air Compressors – Including, but not limited to, single or multi-stage compressor, electric or gasoline engine powered, portable, permanent or trailer mounted, and options and accessories
253 40 Environmental Equipment and Services related to Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment – Including, but not limited to, recycling services, refrigerant recycling, antifreeze coolant recycling, filter crushers, oil recyclers, waste oil refining units, aerosol can recycling units, drum crushers and solvent, tire cutters, wheel crushers, bead notchers, and options and accessories
253 46 Miscellaneous Maintenance and Repair Shop Supplies – Including, but not limited to, funnels, liquid measures, gas cans, equipment covers, containers, work steps, options and accessories
253 48A Pressure Cleaners & Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1776 Certified – Including, but not limited to, personal unit, skid mounted, trailer mounted surface cleaners, and options and accessories
253 48C Pressure Cleaners – Not UL-1776 Certified
253 49 Automatic Cleaning Machines & Parts Washers – Including, but not limited to, re-circulating, agitating machines, dipping type, or ultrasonic units, and options and accessories. Solutions may be included as accessories to the machines
253 50 Blasters and Media – Including, but not limited to, sand or glass media, bead or grit media, or non-hazardous, and protective equipment and clothing, including options and accessories. Plastic Media is First Article approved
253 51 Spray Paint Booths and Equipment – Including, but not limited to, Air and Airless spray equipment, including spray guns, tips, filters, protective clothing, respirators, industrial ovens, and options and accessories
253 52 Miscellaneous Abrasives – Including, but not limited to, abrasive discs, belts, cloths, paper, wheels, rolls, sponges and stones, and options and accessories
253 90 Ancillary Services related to Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment – Including services relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply schedule contract, such as: installation, start-up, maintenance, repair, operator instruction/training, and consultation services. EXCLUDES Construction as defined by FAR 2.101; Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36; and commercial services applicable to the Service Contract Act
253 91 Lease/Rental of Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment
253 99 Introduction of New Services and Products relating to Maintenance and Repair Shop Equipment – Includes, but not limited to, services and products not identified by existing SIN categories; includes Grinders, Jaw Pullers, Hydraulic presses, mobile fluid handling equipment and jumpseats, and options and accessories; and new technology, professional services, such as consulting, design assistance, and technical review/advice; and commercial services (such as repair and maintenance services) that are subject to Service Contract Act wage rates
FSC 54 – Above Ground Storage Tanks/Systems, Fuel Dispensing Units and Fuel Management Systems
Category Description
361 20A Above Ground Storage Tanks/Systems – Including, but not limited to, Protected, Fire Resistant, Non Vaulted, Single or Dual Compartment/Single or Double Tank, Waste Oil Systems, including options, parts and accessories. SET ASIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESS
361 24 Fuel Management Systems/Units, Fuel Dispensing Units, Fuel Monitoring Systems – Including, but not limited to, systems and components for managing/monitoring pressure level, tank level, leak detection, systems diagnosis, inventory control, vapor leaks, and options, parts and accessories.
361 27 Ancillary Services related to Above Ground Storage Tanks/Systems, Fuel Dispensing Units and Fuel Management Systems – Relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply Schedule contract; including but not limited to: Services necessary to the set up (assembly) of above ground storage tank systems (from design to start-up), off-loading, training and/or design assistance in conjunction with the purchase of tanks, systems, and/or fuel management systems and/or dispensing units. EXCLUDES Construction as defined by FAR 2.101, Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36, and services applicable to the Service Contract Act.
361 28 Installation and Site Preparation for Above Ground Storage Tanks/Systems, Fuel Dispensing Units, and Fuel Management Systems – Relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply Schedule contract. Special ordering procedures, which include use of Davis Bacon wage rates and construction clauses for installation and site preparation, apply to this SIN. EXCLUDES Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36
361 99 Introduction of New Services and Products related to Above Ground Storage Tanks/Systems – Services and products not identified by existing SIN categories; includes new technology, professional services, such as consulting, design assistance, and technical review/advice; and commercial services (such as repair and maintenance services) that are subject to Service Contract Act wage rates.
FSC 54 – PRE-ENGINEERED/PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES
Category Description
361 10A Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for Storage Solutions – Includes, but not limited to: storage containers, warehousing structures, hazardous/chemical storage, energy/power shelters, communications shelters, garages, portable vehicle tents, car ports, aircraft hangars, maintenance shelters, vehicle inspection stations, equipment shelters, barns, sheds, freight/shipping containers, portable workshops, and mobile containers. May be wood, fiberglass, steel, aluminum, metal, tension fabric or other membrane material, pre-cast concrete and includes accessories and options. Structures and buildings are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
361 10B Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for In-Plant Solutions – Including, but not limited to, in-plant offices, modular wall/partition systems and enclosures, mezzanines and wire partitions and enclosures, fire and sound panels, clean room enclosures, including accessories and options.
361 10D Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for Military, Disaster/Emergency Response, and Medical Facility Solutions – Includes, but not limited to: Mobility systems for logistics support, operation/command centers, temporary living quarters and portable barracks, rapid deployment and operations shelters for support operations, expandable shelter systems, military vans, guard towers, bunkers, checkpoints, medical tents and facilities, deployment systems storage, and includes options and accessories. Buildings and structures are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
361 10E Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for Professional Facility Solutions – Includes, but not limited to: Offices, classrooms, laboratories, exhibition halls and other professional facilities. May be mobile, modular, tension fabric or membrane structures, pre-cast concrete, pre-engineered, skid-mounted, trailer-mounted, and includes accessories and options. Buildings and structures are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
361 10G Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for Outdoor Shelter and Security Shelter Solutions – Includes, but not limited to: Guard houses/booths (with our without bullet resistance), ticket/cashier booths, parking attendant booths, smoking shelters, bus shelters, and concession stands. May be mobile, modular, pre-assembled, unassembled, pre-cast concrete, wood, metal, aluminum, steel, tension fabric or membrane, and includes accessories and options. Buildings and structures are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
361 10H Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures for Restroom, Shower, and Laundry Solutions – Includes, but not limited to: Portable or stationary restroom or restroom/shower buildings; restroom and shower trailers; restroom facilities such as porta-potties, portable toilets and handicap accessible, ADA compliant, restroom facilities; comfort stations, mobile laundry facilities; pre-cast concrete restrooms; and includes accessories and options. Buildings and structures are suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
361 30 Ancillary Services relating to Pre-Engineered/Prefabricated Buildings and Structures – Including services relating to and ordered in conjunction with products purchased under the supply schedule contract, such as, field assembly, training, consultation and design assistance. EXCLUDES Construction as defined by FAR 2.101; Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36; and services applicable to the Service Contract Act.
361 32 Installation and Site Preparation for Pre-Engineered/Prefabricated Buildings and Structures – Applicable to installation and site preparation services ordered in conjunction with buildings and structures purchased under the supply schedule contract. SPECIAL ORDERING PROCEDURES, WHICH INCLUDE DAVIS BACON WAGE RATES AND CONSTRUCTION CLAUSES FOR INSTALLATION AND SITE PREPARATION, APPLY TO THIS SIN. EXCLUDES Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36.
361 50 Lease/rental of Pre-Engineered/Prefabricated Buildings and Structures – Including portable/mobile office buildings, temporary living quarters such as mobile homes and tension fabric structures; shower trailers, and portable restroom facilities such as portable toilet, port-a-potty; restroom trailer, comfort station. Lease/Rental
of portable buildings and structures is suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
361 99A Introduction of New Services and Products related to Pre-Engineered and Prefabricated Buildings and Structures – Services and products not identified by existing SIN categories; includes new technology, stand-alone professional services, such as consulting, design assistance, and technical review/advice; and stand-alone commercial services (such as repair and maintenance services) that are subject to Service Contract Act wage rates.
FSC 56 – Building Materials
Category Description
563 15 Solar Window Film – transparent film with pressure sensitive adhesive (or equivalent) for application to glass to reduce solar heat gain, interior heat loss, ultra violet light and glare
563 16 Security Film, Blast Mitigation, Bullet Resistant, and Glass Fragmentation Products for Doors, Windows, and Walls – Including, but not limited to Transparencies, Glazings, And Film both clear and tinted, one-way
563 23 Doors, Windows, Panels, and Shutters – Including, but not limited to, interior and exterior, residential and commercial, security doors and windows, security/bullet resistant panels, skylights, metal doors, patio doors, strip doors, overhead doors, garage doors, warehouse doors, screen doors, storm doors, wood doors and door frames, and options and accessories and associated hardware offered in conjunction with doors, shutters, and windows.
563 25 Plumbing Products and Bathroom Fixtures – Including lavatories, bathtubs, water closets, toilets, urinals, waterless urinals, toilet partitions, shower stalls, toilet stalls, showers, fountains, basins, sinks, faucets, pipes, shower heads, toilet seats, toilet seat cover dispensers, soap dispensers, drain traps, including options and accessories. Energy efficient and water saving products/systems Energy efficient and water saving products
563 27 Industrial and Commercial Heating/Air Conditioning Units, Air Purification Equipment, HVAC Systems, Boiler Systems, Space Heaters, Air Curtains, Fans, and Blowers – Energy efficient products including portable, window, wall, or ceiling mounted air conditioners, ceiling fans, air curtains, commercial air cleaning units/systems, humidifiers, includes options and accessories such as air filters, thermostats, HVAC control panels, and replacement parts
563 28 Industrial and Commercial Electric and Gas Water Heaters, Boiled Water Heaters, including options and accessories – Including options and accessories. Energy efficient/Energy Star rated products available
563 29 Miscellaneous Building Materials – Including, but not limited to, lumber, fencing, plastic lumber and fencing, wallboard, sheetrock, gypsum board, plywood, tile (wall, floor, ceiling), wall coverings (fabric, vinyl, woven), access and portable flooring, concrete, duct/electrical tape, weather strip, wire fabric, rubber deck covering, fiberglass, rubber and foam insulation, sound controlling block, including options and accessories. Products include energy efficient, eco-green, and environmentally friendly solutions. Products suitable for support of emergency or disaster recovery efforts (Excludes tools and instruments)
563 30 Portable Roads, Airstrips, Helipads – Suitable for permanent or temporary use in support of emergency or disaster recovery efforts, combat zones, swamps, or areas made impassable by climactic conditions such as rain, flood, desert, and high wind, includes options and accessories. Products suitable for support of emergency or disaster recovery efforts
563 4 Roofing Materials, Products and Services – Including installation and site preparation, related to and
ordered in conjunction with products for repair or replacement of an existing roof. Roofing products
include: roof coverings, including tarps suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts; coatings; single or multi-ply membrane; retro-roof systems; hot or cold laid roofing felts; shingles (excluding wood shingles); asphalts; tar; and associated application materials. Services include, but are not limited to: performance warranty/monitoring; roof maintenance; roof inspection; installation and site preparation; design assistance for roof information management system; training and consultation; asbestos core testing; moisture analysis; wind uplift testing; infrared scanning. Special ordering procedures, which include Davis Bacon wage rates and construction clauses for installation and site preparation, apply to this SIN. EXCLUDES Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR), Part 36
563 6 Access and Portable Flooring – Including, but not limited to, general building or warehouse use, for temporary, permanent, or portable floors installed as a result of flooding, chemical damage/protection, water damage, electrical wiring protection, including options and accessories. Products include flooring suitable for emergency or disaster recovery efforts.
563 8 Erosion Control Fabric & Gabions – biodegradable and non biodegradable
563 98 Ancillary Services related to Building Materials/Supplies – And ordered in conjunction with
products (other than roofing products ordered under SIN 563 4) purchased under the supply schedule contract. Services include but are not limited to: set up, installation, training and/or design assistance. EXCLUDES construction as defined by FAR 2.101; Architectural Engineering Services (A&E) under the Brooks Architect-Engineers Act as stated in Federal Regulation (FAR) Part 36; and stand-alone services applicable to the Service
Contract Act
563 99 Introduction of New Services and Products related to Building Materials/Supplies – Services and products not identified by existing SIN categories, includes new technology, professional services, such as consulting, design assistance, and technical review/advice; and stand-alone services (such as repair and maintenance services) that are subject to Service Contract Act wage rates.
FSC 62 – Solar Energy Systems, Energy Saving Lighting Products & Speciality Lighting
Category Description
206 12 Outdoor Lighting, Airport Lighting, and related accessories – Including, but not limited to, approach strobes, runway and taxiway lights; sign lighting, rugged, all-weather outdoor facility lighting, athletic field lighting, permanent or portable, and option, parts and accessories. This SIN includes portable lighting suitable for emergency and disaster relief efforts
206 3 Alternative and Renewable Energy Solutions, including Solar Energy Systems and Solar Lighting, Fuel Cells, Wind Power – Including all types of solar energy products, such as prepackaged PV and solar thermal systems, solar water pumping systems, and solar water heaters; and solar lighting, including all types of solar powered lighting, such as marine, aviation, roadway, sign lighting, indoor and outdoor lighting products and accessories. Includes, but not limited to, fuel cells, hydrogen based energy systems, wind energy systems, and other environmentally friendly renewable energy generation systems. This SIN includes alternative energy portable power sources and portable lighting suitable for support of emergency and disaster recovery efforts.
206 4 Energy Saving Lighting, Energy Efficient and/or Environmentally Friendly Lamps (light bulbs), Lighting Fixtures and Accessories, Indoor Emergency Lighting, Reading Lights, Lighting Sensor Systems – Including, but not limited to, fluorescent fixtures and reflectors; sodium and metal halide fixtures; diffusers, louvers, recessed or flush mounted electric fixtures, with or without reflectors, energy saving lighting ballasts, and retrofit kits for existing fixtures, lighting control systems, directional lighting; and options, parts and accessories.
Warehouse Equipment and Supplies
Category Description
629 05 Maintenance, Rental and Lease of Forklifts