Contract: $231,000 - National Nuclear Security Administration Service Center - Sep. 29, 2009
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Award Description: The goal of this procurement is to provide technical and drilling services for the ARRA project at Los Alamos Site Office. The Contractor shall provide expert drilling subject matter expert (SME) support to provide technical oversight assistance for the deep well drilling activities. Performance objectives shall be as specified in each individual Task Order issued but may include the following: - Prepare daily drilling observation reports of field oversight activities with recommendations for improving productivity, quality, and/or safety. - Participate in periodic technical meetings with DOE, LANS and NMED on drilling topics and provide input on drilling observations and recommendations, as needed. - Review LANL drilling plans, cost estimates and other pertinent documents and provide comments to DOE, as needed.
Project Description: ARRA funded work has not started. Anticipate beginning of ARRA-funded work sometime in October 2009.
Jobs Summary: Work requires one drilling SME approximately full-time for 5-1/2 months. SME must be on-site and on-call during drilling operations. SME must have demonstrated experience in providing expertise in drilling and completion of deep regional groundwater wells in a variety of geologic regimes including volcanic and meta-sedimentary terrain. Must be well versed in all aspects of both single screen and multi-screen well completions along with traditional and specialized well development methogs for these types of wells. Must have demonstrated significant cost savings and cost avoidance expertise with deep regional groundwater wells and must provide expert opinion and guidance on use of the appropriate drilling methods, well completion processes and well development methods to ensure high quality representative groundwater samples are obtained. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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