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At Swift & Staley, we firmly believe that strong partnerships are the foundation for success in every project we undertake. We welcome and value collaborating with subcontractors and vendors who share our commitment to excellence and innovation. Through partnership, we can maximize the capabilities of every project and build the most experienced, skilled team tailored for the job’s unique requirements.

Together, we can explore how our expertise and resources can complement each other, fostering a powerful alliance that drives remarkable results.

If your company is interested in discussing partnering opportunities with us,  please contact us at our email address

Our Opportunities

Swift & Staley Inc.
Replacement of Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) at C-304 Office 103 

Scope of Work: 
Work shall, at a minimum, include the following:

  • Subcontractor will remove the existing WSHP unit from the ceiling of Office 103.
  • Subcontractor will procure and deliver to the worksite a new One-Ton Standard Efficiency WSHP heating and cooling unit meeting the attached specifications.
  • Subcontractor will install the new WSHP unit in the ceiling of Office 103.
  • Subcontractor will connect the new unit to the existing duct work and water connections, making any modifications or adjustments necessary.
  • Subcontractor will transport and dispose of the existing unit upon free release.
  • In accordance with Section 608 of the Clean Air Act, 42 USC 7671 et seq. and its implementing regulations at 40 CFR 82, Subcontractor shall properly recover and recycle/dispose of any and all refrigerants and non-exempt refrigerant substitutes from designated refrigerant appliances using EPA-certified technician(s) and EPA-certified recovery and/or recycling equipment. Subcontractor shall also inspect and remove from each regulated appliance any materials which are considered hazardous or toxic materials, substances or waste under any applicable law; including capacitors, oils or other liquids and electronics (these items will remain the possession of the Contractor).
  • Subcontractor will manage all items in accordance with the applicable ISSC-ESH-FO-051 Project Waste Generation Forecast. Separate documentation will be provided to include types and amounts of refrigerants recovered/recycled, and dates of removal.  The appliance will be marked with the date refrigerant was removed and the initials of the certified technician performing the work.
  • Subcontractor is not required to perform electrical connecting/disconnecting and lock out/tag out (LOTO); this work will be performed by Contractor.

Schedule of Events:

Thursday, May 16, 2024 
Request for Quote released. 

Thursday, May 23, 2024 at 10:00 AM
Site Walk Down: Submit the name of one attendee for the walk-down by Wednesday, May 22 at 1:00 PM to Donnie Bell, for site access.  Bidders will meet at the worksite at the C-304 building. 

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 4:00 PM
Notify Donnie Bell, and David Holman, of intent to quote.

Wednesday, May 29, 2024 at 4:00 PM
Deadline for submittal of written questions to Donnie Bell.  Send all questions via email to

Thursday, May 30, 2024 at 4:00 PM
Response to written questions provided to all Offerors. 

Wednesday, June 5, 2024 at 4:00 PM
Quotes due to Donnie Bell, donnie and David Holman,

  • Include method of accomplishment in quote
  • Use the cost template along with your quote to break-out the cost of work
  • Pricing must be valid for 90 days from date of submission of bid
  • Davis Bacon wage rates will apply
  • Provide lead times with quote

Mandatory requirements upon selection of Offeror:

  • Certificate of Insurance
  • Registration on System for Award Management (SAM)
  • E-Verify Certificate


  • Unit Specifications
  • Cost Template
  • Davis Bacon Wage Determination

Please contact David Holman, for a full copy of the RFQ.

Past Collaborations

We’ve had numerous successful collaborations with esteemed partners. Notably, we engaged in a joint venture with The Northwind Group in Portsmouth, where we excelled in Environment, Safety, and Health, Radiological Support, and Training. Additionally, our collaboration with Leidos saw us providing exceptional services in Computing, Telecommunications, and Cyber Security through our esteemed Infrastructure Services Group. Furthermore, our dedication to excellence extends to providing top-notch infrastructure support services for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), solidifying our reputation as a reliable and trusted partner in the industry.