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Tyndall AFB rebuild remains as major topic at 8th Annual Air Force Contracting Summit

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) — Hundreds of military suppliers and contractors are in Miramar Beach this week for the 8th annual Defense Leadership Forum Air Force Contracting Summit.

The event is considered one of the top defense business conferences in the country, bringing together contractors and military leadership for two days of networking.

While the summit features dozens of topics and speakers, Tyndall Air Force Base continues to be a major discussion year after year. 

“It’s important for us, very important for our community that Tyndall comes back and comes back strong,” said Mike Horsley, CEO of Horsley Construction Group from Panama City. He is one of more than six hundred contractors, subcontractors, military officials, experts and more, all meeting both virtually and in person with a similar goal.

“Just making contacts,” Horsley said, “It’s a great opportunity to make connections with other suppliers, other vendors, other contractors.

They’re here to network, forming partnerships with military leaders and other companies from across the country for opportunities to get involved with future defense contracts on projects like the rebuild of Tyndall Air Force Base. That rebuild is a focus at this year’s summit, drawing the attention of defense contractors and experts nationwide. 

“We do see ourselves very heavily involved with the Tyndall rebuild construction,” said Matthew Garry, President of RapidBuilt Steel Buildings. The company has worked with the base in the past and hopes to continue to do so as the rebuild continues. 

“This is definitely going to be a multi-year build up for Tyndall,” said Dr. RD Plato, Founder and President of The Plato Group, another company represented at the summit. “It’s something that a contractor can really get in.”

Defense Leadership Forum National Program Director, Charles Sills, said the summit provides an opportunity for both the installation and surrounding business.

“It’s a whole ecosystem of job creation and sustainment,” Sills said. “The more that the companies around here know about what’s coming down, the more jobs that are going to be created, sustained and etcetera.”

Every building at Tyndall Air Force Base was either damaged or destroyed during category five Hurricane Michael in 2020. The federal government has allocated nearly five billion dollars for the rebuild of the base, working to create a “base of the future,” integrating new technology into the rebuild in preparation for the F-35 aircrafts, or “fifth-generation fighters” to arrive there in 2023.

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Balfour Beatty Communities has announced it is finalizing the scope for the next phase of work in the Tyndall AFB housing restoration project and is inviting local contractors to submit their interest/credentials for consideration.

On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, and Wednesday, April 24, 2019, Balfour Beatty will conduct site visits with contractors interested in the comprehensive housing rebuilding and restoration project at the base.

Tyndall AFB, including the privatized housing on base, sustained significant and devastating damage from Hurricane Michael. While extensive roofing work is already underway at the property, this next phase of the restoration will be mostly to the interiors of the homes and is expected to begin in May following an expedited bidding process.

“We’re seeking to engage qualified licensed local contractors who can mobilize quickly to rebuild and restore the hundreds of family homes at Tyndall AFB that were damaged and destroyed by Hurricane Michael,” said Mark Lavin, senior vice president, Balfour Beatty Communities. “We’re hiring teams that can help us create a more resilient and connected community for the future of the base. We encourage contractors in the Bay County area to register their interest and attend our site visit days in order to participate in this critical rebuilding effort.”

Balfour Beatty Communities plans to contract with a wide variety of professional trades, including:





Finish carpentry

Finish electrical





Contractors interested in pursuing opportunities at Tyndall AFB Homes should contact Balfour Beatty Communities Procurement Project Manager Geoff Hutcherson at [email protected] to obtain the Request for Proposal package and indicate their desire to attend a site visit. Pre-registration is required and in keeping with security procedures, contractors who show up without registering will not be allowed on the base for the visits.

The deadline for bid submissions is May 10 with work expected to begin in May.

The damage caused by Hurricane Michael throughout Tyndall Air Force Base will require comprehensive restoration work to homes throughout the base. Balfour Beatty Communities has been working with the Air Force and the senior lender to finalize the scope of the restoration project and estimates the first restored homes could be available for move-in this fall. The company has committed to a more strategic rebuilding effort focused on upgrading the community for future storm resilience, as well as to include fiber optic infrastructure and improved cellular coverage to better enable smart home technology.

Balfour Beatty Communities’ Military Housing division is in a 50-year partnership created with the Department of the Air Force through the Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI). As one of the leading partners in MPHI and a premier military housing developer, Balfour Beatty Communities owns and manages more than 43,000 homes across 55 Army, Navy and Air Force installations throughout the United States.

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Tyndall AFB rebuild continues with planned new HQ for the 325th Fighter Wing

TYNDALL AFB — A $24.6 million contract for construction of a new headquarters building for the 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base has been awarded to a Birmingham, Alabama-based company, according to an announcement from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).

The contract for design and construction services, handled through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Mobile, Alabama, was awarded recently to B.L. Harbert International LLC. The company offers an array of military and civilian construction services in the United States and around the globe, ranging from aerospace projects to residential and hospitality projects.

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Among the company's recent military projects is the B-2 bomber operations facility at Missouri's Whiteman Air Force Base. When it opened in April, the structure was called "the deadliest building on the planet" by U.S. Air Force Col. Jeffery T. Schreiner, commander of the Whiteman-headquartered 509th Bomb Wing.

B.L. Harbert International's civilian construction contracts include the Portico at Perdido Key, a 27-unit boutique beachfront condominium development in Escambia County for which ground was broken in May.

The company was one of 15 bidders on the Tyndall project, part of the base's ongoing recovery from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Michael in 2018.

The Category 5 storm all but destroyed the base, but set the stage for its reconstruction as what the Air Force is calling a "base of the future," including "smart building" technology. In the next few years, Tyndall is slated to host three squadrons of the F-35 Lightning II, the fifth-generation stealth fighter jet.

Reconstruction work at Tyndall began in earnest late last year as ground was broken for the $17 million Air Battle Manager Simulator, a training facility. In the Air Force, air battle managers guide the activities of friendly aircraft in both air-to-air and air-to-ground engagements.

U.S. Air Force Col. Gregory Beaulieu, 325th Mission Support Group commander, speaks at an April 23 briefing at Tyndall Air Force Base on the status of rebuilding in the wake of 2018's Hurricane Michael. Leaders from the 325th Fighter Wing, First Air Force, and the Tyndall Program Management Office hosted the "State of Tyndall" update for local community leaders.

Overall, the planned $4.9 billion redevelopment of Tyndall will involve 44 projects comprising 120 new facilities including the new 325th Fighter Wing headquarters, according to the wing's public affairs office. The reconstruction of Tyndall also includes the demolition of 247 of the 484 structures on the base prior to Hurricane Michael.

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Beyond the new construction and demolition projects, the rebuilding of Tyndall, expected to cover the next five to seven years, includes 200 repair and renovation projects, according to a 325th Fighter Wing report on a recent update on the initiative provided to Panama City community leaders by base personnel and other Air Force leaders.

The solicitation of bids for the 325th Fighter Wing's new headquarters specifies that the building will comprise 19,000 square feet. It will provide administrative space for the wing along with space for support functions, including a protocol office, a safety office and a public affairs office. The contract covers utility installation, paving work and security provisions, according to the bid solicitation.

According to the contract award announcement, work on the headquarters building is slated for completion in March 2024.

In other recent Department of Defense contracts of local interest, David Boland Inc., a general contracting firm located in Titusville, has been awarded a $15.6 million contract for construction of a two-story, 36,700-square-foot operations facility at Duke Field, part of Eglin Air Force Base and headquarters for the Air Force Reserve Command's 919th Special Operations Wing.

The Titusville company's proposal was one of five submitted to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the work. The facility is estimated to be completed by July 2023, according to a DoD contract award announcement.

The facility will support Special Operations Forces' squad operations, and will include space for training, planning and briefing, along with administrative and equipment storage and maintenance space.

In other recent contract awards, the Lockheed Martin facility in Fort Walton Beach will be performing part of the work associated with a $231.4 million contract won by Baltimore, Maryland-based Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems connected with missile launching systems and associated equipment for U.S. Navy destroyers and frigates.

According to the DoD contract award announcement, 15% of the work is scheduled for Lockheed Martin's facilities in Fort Walton Beach.

Also recently, the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Eglin Air Force Base awarded a $483 million contract to Raytheon Missiles and Defense in Tucson, Arizona, for production of advanced medium-range air-to-air missiles and associated equipment, including telemetry, engineering support and hardware.

Additionally, the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Eglin recently awarded a $35 million contract to LightDeck Diagnostics in Boulder, Colorado, for coronavirus antibody testing, with work expected to continue through October of next year. The contract is being funded through the federal Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act, according to the DoD award announcement. 

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Tyndall AFB Contracts in Jeopardy after Michael?

Tyndall Air Force Base, based in Panama City, sustained heavy damage when Hurricane Michael reached Florida without much warning. What does this mean for federal contractors who currently have contracts with Tyndall AFB? Per EZGovOpps records, there are currently 148 ongoing contracts with a value of 5.6 billion that expire in the next three years. Vendors like L3 Communication, Science Applications International, and TASC are likely concerned that these current contracts would be continued during the rebuilding process.


With the temporary base closure, many of the ongoing contracts will not occur onsite at Tyndall AFB. Most likely critical services will be transferred to other bases. Obviously, there will be many new contracts that will come about from debris cleanup, design/build, engineering, and construction in the near future. The estimated replacement value of the full facility would be $3.4 billion, as stated in an unclassified Economic Impact report released in 2017. Given the scale of the damage, it would not be surprising to see contracts reach that magnitude of spending to return the base to a fully operational level.

EZGovOpps will be monitoring these upcoming contracts. These opportunities are expected to be released quickly due to the necessity of having Tyndall AFB back up and running within the next year due to its critical location near the Gulf of Mexico.

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  • Marriage Retreat, Tyndall AFB

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 13 Oct, 2021 (Tomorrow)

    Posted : 13 days ago

    Started : 29 Sep, 2021 (13 days ago)

    SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE The Department of the Air Force, 325th Contracting Squadron (CONS), is seeking sources for contemplated accommodation of a Marriage Retreat near Tyndall Air Force Base. Please see the attached DRAFT Performance Work Statement (PWS). The Contractor shall provide all required meeting spaces, lodging and meals for the dates and number of participants noted in the draft PWS. 

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Fire Crash Rescue Station at TyndallAirForce Base

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 22 Sep, 2021 (20 days ago)

    Posted : 1 month ago

    Started : 10 Sep, 2021 (1 month ago)

    Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District, anticipates constructing a new Fire Crash Rescue Station at Tyndall Air Force Base. The price range for this project is between $25,000,000 and $100,000,000. The 3,188 SM (34,315 SF) facility shall be constructed utilizing economical design and construction methods to accommodate the mission of the facility.

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Interior/Exterior Paint, of Buildings at TyndallAirForce

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 31 Jul, 2020 (14 months ago)

    Posted : 14 months ago

    Started : 28 Jul, 2020 (14 months ago)

    Sources Sought - FA4819-20-R-7013 This announcement serves as a Sources Sought Notice (FA4819-20-R-7013) issued for the purpose of market research in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 10 for an upcoming acquisition at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Repair Force Mains, TyndallAirForce Base, Florida

    Type : Pre-Bid Notification

    Due : 04 Aug, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Posted : about 4 years ago

    Started : 21 Jul, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Added: Jul 21, 2017 6:54 pm TITLE: FA481917B7005, Repair Force Mains, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB), Florida (FL), has a requirement for the repair of force mains on Tyndall AFB property, and intends to issue an invitation for bid (IFB) on or about 7 August 2017 via Federal Business Opportunities (FBO). Bids will be tentatively due on 22 August 2017 with bid opening to commence on or about 22 August 2017.

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Equipment Rental at TyndallAirForce Base

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 01 May, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Posted : about 4 years ago

    Started : 13 Apr, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Geotechnical & Structures Laboratory at Vicksburg, MS has a requirement for the following:Equipment Rental for the Rapid Airfield Damage Repair Program at Tyndall AFB, FloridaPotential vendors may access the following attachments below:Attachment 01 (Description of Requirements)Attachment 02 (Bid Submission Form)Delivery will be FOB Destination to the following location

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • FA481917B7003, Repair Shell Island Docks, TyndallAirForce Base, Florida

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 26 Jun, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Posted : about 4 years ago

    Started : 29 May, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Added: May 10, 2017 12:51 pm TITLE: FA481917B7003, Repair Shell Island Docks, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB), Florida (FL), has a requirement for the repair of the docks of the portions of Shell Island operated by Tyndall AFB, and intends to issue an invitation for bid (IFB) on or about 25 May 2017 via Federal Business Opportunities (FBO).

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Redacted J&A in Support of the Privatization of the Electric and Water Distribution System at TyndallAirForce Base, FL

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 06 Aug, 2018 (about 3 years ago)

    Posted : about 3 years ago

    Started : 23 Jul, 2018 (about 3 years ago)

    Added: Jul 23, 2018 11:33 am On July 9, 2018, the Defense Logistics Agency Energy (DLA Energy) executed modification P00063, incorporating an amendment to the Bill of Sale (BoS) for the Water System at Tyndall Air Force Base, FL. The modification conveyed a 150,000 gallon elevated water storage tank and all associated service requirements, into the existing contract SP0600-10-C-8253 with Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative, Inc.'

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • PCC Slab Reconstitution at TyndallAirForce Base, Florida

    Type : Bid Notification

    Due : 28 Jun, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Posted : about 4 years ago

    Started : 21 Jun, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Geotechnical & Structures Laboratory at Vicksburg, MS has a requirement for the following:Portland Concrete Cement Slab Reconstitution at Silver Flag Training Site at Tyndall Air Force Base, FloridaPotential vendors may access the following attachments below:Attachment 01 (Description of Requirement)Attachment 02 (Quote Submission Form)Delivery will be FOB Destination

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Interior/Exterior Paint, of Buildings at TyndallAirForce

    Type : Pre-Bid Notification

    Due : 17 Jul, 2020 (15 months ago)

    Posted : 15 months ago

    Started : 02 Jul, 2020 (15 months ago)

    TITLE: FA4819-20-R-7006, Interior/Exterior Painting of Buildings, Tyndall AFB, FL This is the official solicitation synopsis for the Interior/Exterior Paint, of Buildings at Tyndall Air Force Base, FL. This will be a single award, firm-fixed price contract.

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

  • Repair of Base Pavements, TyndallAirForce Base, FL

    Type : Pre-Bid Notification

    Due : 04 Aug, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Posted : about 4 years ago

    Started : 21 Jul, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

    Added: Jul 21, 2017 7:02 pm This is the official solicitation synopsis for the Repair of Base Pavements contract at Tyndall Air Force Base, FL. This will be a single award, firm-fixed price contract. The Contractor shall be responsible for all professional services, permits, equipment, labor, tools, materials, and ancillary items necessary to complete the tasks defined by the Statement of Work (SOW).

    From: Federal Government (Federal)

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    Close Date

    Friday, July 16, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    Bid ID

    RFP No. 202104



    Please view the addendum and attached document in its entirety for complete details.

    Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative, Inc. (GCEC) is a member-owned electric cooperative that provides electric service to areas of the Florida panhandle not served by other utilities.

    GCEC is requesting proposals from qualified respondents capable of providing services to construct overhead and underground, secondary electrical distribution lines for lighting circuits on Tyndall Air Force Base (TAFB). GCEC reserves the right to perform some or all of the work inhouse, GCEC seeks proposals of a scope of work that includes installing to proper depth, plumbing, and/or retiring utility poles (some installations may be prior to asphalt/concrete finish so depth needs to reflect the additional grade), installing and/or retiring parking lot bollards for pole-mounted lighting (same installation as poles applies), installing and/or retiring overhead conductor, installing to proper depth and/or retiring underground cable in conduit, converting overhead electrical distribution with underground electrical distribution, installing and/or retiring lighting fixtures, installing and/or retiring meter installations and work incidental thereto.

    Primary voltage of the electrical distribution system for GCEC at Tyndall AFB is 12,470Y/7,200v (15kV).

    All proposals in response to this RFP must be received by GCEC, in accordance with the submission instructions provided herein, on or before 12 pm (central time) on the due date indicated below. Proposals will be opened immediately following the deadline. It is the sole responsibility of the Respondent to ensure that the Proposal is received on time.

    Action ItemDeadline
    Inquiry Submittal DateJune 25, 2021, at 4 pm CT
    Responses to InquiriesJuly 2, 2021, at 4 pm CT
    Proposal Due Date and TimeJuly 16, 2021, at 12 pm CT
    Anticipated Date of AwardJuly 20, 2021

    Note: The selected Respondent will be required to report to GCEC’s Headquarters office located at 722 West Highway 22, Wewahitchka, FL 32465, no later than August 9, 2021, at 8 am central time.

    This schedule is subject to change in the sole discretion of GCEC. All times indicated are in the Central time zone.

    Respondents shall submit one electronic PDF proposal to Peyton Gleaton by emailing Peyton.


    Qualified respondents shall be capable of obtaining security clearances to work on government facilities (Tyndall AFB) for both overhead and underground construction crews to be supplied under this contract, successful bidder must maintain security clearances for all crews provided under this contract for the term of the contract.


    Friday, June 25, 2021

    Statement of Non-Discrimination

    We do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of our activities or operations.

    These activities include, but are not limited to, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all volunteers, subcontractorsand vendors.

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