US To build Tactical Comand & Control Center at Karachi Airport The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer (USACE) Middle East District intends to solicit a Request for Proposal (RFP) W912ER-13-R-0016 to construction firms or Joint Ventures (JV) experienced in working in the Middle East region who are interested in submitting a proposal for the Design and Build of a Tactical Command and Operations Center (TCOC) compound at the Jinnah International Airport (JIAP), Karachi, Pakistan. This compound will provide the Pakistan Customs Drug Enforcement Cell a nerve center for exchanging information concerning smuggling activities. It will support the officers, staff, and equipment of the Pakistan Customs Drug Enforcement Cell and Rummaging and Patrolling Sections. The project will enable coordinated quick-response to constantly evolving narcotics and contraband smuggling tactics. The contractor shall comply with all country agreements. All facility design and construction shall comply with local building codes. PROJECT SCOPE: This project includes the design build construction of a new two story Tactical Command and Operations Center (TCOC) consisting of a main block and a cell/interrogation building placed separately within the same compound having an approximate area of 7,000 Square Feet (SF) (with a paved courtyard in the center) and a 900 SF building, respectively. Supporting work includes provisions for a new perimeter wall, two gates in the new perimeter wall with barrier security facilities, guard shacks for access to the main external highway, and removal of existing wall and gate. Paving, landscaping, shifting of existing generator and its fuel tank and connection to existing utilities are included.