SEA has a variety of contracting vehicles for government agencies to use to obtain SEA’s expertise and experience to aid in achieving their Energy Program goals. Commercial and Industrial establishments have opportunities to support their energy conservation programs by utilizing programs such as Alabama Saves. Contact us for help in contracting for SEA’s Energy Services.
GSA MAS Contract
Government agencies have a streamlined method to obtain a wide variety of products and services to meet the agency’s energy management goals through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Service Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 03FAC. If you represent a U.S. government agency, military or civilian, anywhere on earth, you can use SEA’s MAS Contract GS-10-F-0156L as a quick and convenient way to get SEA’s assistance with your Energy conservation program
These are the services SEA provides through the GSA Schedule.
- 871 202 – Energy Management Planning and Strategies
- 871 203 – Training on Energy Management
- 871 204 – Metering Services
- 871 205 – Energy Program Support Services
- 871 206 – Building Commissioning Services
- 871 207 – Energy Audit Services
- 871 208 – Resource Efficiency Management (REM)
- 871 209 – Innovations in Energy
- 871 210 – Water Conservation
- 871 299 – Introduction of New Services
- 871-100 – Ancillary Supplies and/or Service
U.S. Army IMCOM IDIQ
This IDIQ, issued by the U.S. Army’s Installation Management Command (IMCOM), is for support of the Installation Management Command’s (IMCOM’s) Energy Management Program. The IDIQ provides for Resource Efficiency Management services by supplying qualified energy management professionals to support a comprehensive range of Energy and Water Management Program activities at Government installations. Under this IDIQ #W9124J-14-D-0007, SEA provides REM services at multiple Army installations. For more information on this IDIQ, please contact USAESCH or SEA.
Air National Guard BPA
Issued by the Air National Guard’s Civil Engineer Technical Services Center (CETSC) in Minot, North Dakota, this BPA provides for Energy Management Support and Facility Assessment Services to identify cost-effective energy efficiencies, water conservation and renewable energy measures that can be undertaken and developed into projects at various Air National Guard (ANG) facilities throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii and US territories. Under this IDIQ W901UZ-14-A-0006, SEA has provided Re-commissioning and energy audits . Also, SEA supports ANG’s Energy program with REM services for two regions encompassing 16 ANG bases. For more information on this BPA, please contact CETSC or SEA.
Through SeaPort-e, SEA can provide complete Energy Enineering Services and Support in all seven NAVFAC regions.
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Alabama Saves Program
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) is pleased to offer the state’s first and only energy revolving loan program for existing industries. The program, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, provides extraordinary financing solutions for commercial and industrial energy-efficiency and renewable-energy projects in Alabama and is administered by Abundant Power Solutions, LLC.
Sain Engineering Associates, Inc. is approved as a PRE-QUALIFIED ENERGY SERVICE PROVIDER, and can be solicited to support the technical needs of prospective borrowers. Click here for more information regarding the Alabama Saves Program.