Report: U.S. Gov Building Massive Underground Bunker Outside of Tel Aviv Named “Site 911″
The Daily Sheeple
November 30th, 2012
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe has requested bids for the construction of a massive underground bunker facility.
It’s no secret that such bunkers exist throughout the United States as aÂ contingencyÂ for emergencies and disasters that may involve anything from nuclear war to a breakdown in social order. What makes this particular request so interesting is that the facility will be built at an Israeli Air Force base Â just outside of Tel Aviv, Israel.
Even more noteworthy than it’s location is the facility’s name.
As reported by the Washington Post, the facility has been curiously dubbed “Site 911.”
Other than indicating the facility will have an auditorium and some classroom facilities, the government’s true purpose for the highly classified Site 911 remains a mystery.
It will encompass over 127,000 square feet, have five levels below ground, and cost somewhere between $25,000,000 and $100,000,000 to build.
The Corps of Engineers’ solicitation for companies to bid on the construction project in Israel is available for viewing at the government’s Federal Business Opportunities website.
According to the request, bidding will end by December 3, 2012, with construction to be completed no later than 900 days from a tentative approval date scheduled for the end of 2012.
Security requirements are strict, with only companies from Israel, the United States, and a handful of others allowed to submit bids or workers, and approved US security clearances required to enter the construction area.
Y–Construction Project in Israel
Solicitation Number: W912GB-12-R-0012
Agency: Department of the Army
Office: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Location: USACE District, Wiesbaden
Description of Services: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District may conduct a competitive procurement for a contractor to provide construction services within Israel. The Government requires a contractor to construct a complex facility with site development challenges. The key disciplines required for this construction services include electrical, communication, mechanical/HVAC, and plumbing. The estimated magnitude of construction is between $25,000,000 and $100,000,000. The maximum contract duration of construction is anticipated to be 900 calendar days from Notice to Proceed.
Security Clearance Requirements: A fundamental condition for participation in this tender is that the Offerors must implement and execute all security clearance requirements. The Offerors must possess a US Secret or Israeli Sodi Security Clearance. The Offerors competing in the Phase II Request for Proposal are required to qualify their office and personnel in accordance with the tender Security Clearance Requirements. The Security Clearance Requirements are:
1.) Obtaining a minimum US Secret or Israeli Sodi Security Clearance for the offices and installation of the company, to include either a US facility clearance or an Israeli clearance to store material classified at the Sodi level for facilities in Israel and signing of a security agreement with the Israeli Ministry of Defense (MOD);
2.) Company management must have either a Israeli Sodi or US Secret clearance;
3.) The Offeror is required to complete and submit the personal security clearance forms to MALAMB (security body appointed by the Israeli MOD) or provide US Secret for US personnel;
4.) Some of the Offeror’s representatives and workers involved in the project will be required to have personal security clearances at the level of US Secret or Israeli Sodi due to their exposure to information at this classification;
5.) An Offeror competing on Phase II must have a US Secret Clearance or an Israeli Sodi clearance. Key personnel and any other persons involved in writing the Offeror’s proposal or management of the project must also meet these criteria;
6.) Prime contractor personnel involved in the project must have either a US Secret clearance or Israeli Sodi clearance through the life of the contract.
A second project solicitation entitled “Y–Site 911 Phase 2, Israel” has also been included.
Preliminary architectural plans are available for viewing at the Army Acquisition website.
References: World Affairs Brief, Business Insider, Washington Post, FBO.gov, Army.mil
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