REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS For Construction Manager at Risk SC008229 SSB Modernization & Expansion (2024)

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Project Number: SC008229

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Advertisem*nt Date: 09/05-2024

Campus: St. Louis

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REQUESTFOR QUALIFICATIONS
ForConstructionManageratRisk
Project Number SC008229 SSBModernization&Expansion

FortheCuratorsoftheUniversityofMissouri University of Missouri – St. Louis
CampusFacilities
Planning,DesignandConstruction St. Louis, MO

Date:May8, 2024

UMSLCampusFacilities 1UniversityDrive,MSCNorthGarage
St.Louis,MO63121

ADVERTIsem*nTFOR:
QualificationsforConstructionManageratRiskServices

ProjectNumberSC008229
SSB Modernization & Expansion UNIVERSITYOFMISSOURI–ST.LOUIS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

QualificationswillbereceiveddigitallybytheCuratorsoftheUniversityofMissouri,Owner,until 1PM C.T.,May22, 2024,careofBlakeSutter,atpbsy9f@umsl.eduandacopytoJohnNealat nealj@umsystem.eduThe names of the responding firms will be available upon request.No other information will be shared publicly until the step-one evaluation is complete.

ThisprojectshallhaveaSupplierDiversityparticipationgoalof25%MinorityBusinessEnterprise(MBE), 10% Women Business Enterprise (WBE)//Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE), and a 3% Veteran/Service-Disabled Veteran (SDVE) of the GMP.The Construction Manager at Risk is strongly encouraged to include minority and women owned firms. CMRs are also strongly encouraged to include Missouri-based firms on the team.

ThisprojectshallhaveaSupplierDiversityparticipationgoalof25%MBEand10%WBE/DBE/Veteran combined and 3% Service-Disabled Veteran of the GMP. The Construction Manager at Risk is strongly encouraged toinclude minority and women ownedfirms. CMRs arealso stronglyencouragedtoinclude Missouri-based firms on the team.

RequestforQualifications(RFQ)informationmaybeobtainedat
sharefolder-UMSLSSBModernization&Expansion

Draftproposaldocumentsmaybeviewedonlineatthesamewebsite.
sharefolder-UMSLSSBModernization&Expansion

IndividualswithspecialneedsaddressedbytheAmericanswithDisabilitiesActmaycontactpbsy9f@umsl.edu

Advertisem*ntDate:May8,2024

BlakeSutter
Asst.DirectorPlanning,Design,&Construction University of Missouri – St. Louis

GeneralProjectInformation
The Social Sciences Building (SSB) on the North Campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis consistsofafour-storyclassroombuildingandathirteen-storyfacultyofficetower,bothoriginally constructed in 1968. The current project is the third phase of a plan to modernize and expand the facility to accommodate the College of Education and the Honors College, which are being relocated from their current facilities on South Campus. Prior enabling projects include a four- storyelevatoradditionwhichisnearingcompletion,anddemolitionofthethirteen-storytowerand connector which is currently out for bid with work expected to be completed this summer.The

$23.6M GMP will construct a new 34,000 square foot addition east of the existing classroom building, will renovate approximately 23,000 square feet of the existing building primarily on Levels 2 and 3, and will replace existing infrastructure including boilers, air handlers, fire alarm system,andstandpipes.Programelementsincludeclassrooms,facultyand administratoroffices, a multipurposeeventspace,conferenceandmeetingrooms,andopenstudyandcollaborationspace. Site work, footings, and foundations for the addition will begin in August as soon as the tower demolition is complete. Renovations will begin in November for completion ahead of the Fall 2025 semester, and the building addition will continue through the end of the year for completion ahead of the Spring 2026 semester.

PGAVisthearchitectofrecord.TheanticipatedGMPwillbe$23,600,000inclusiveofallCM fees.

Includedlinktodocuments:sharefolder-UMSLSSBModernization&Expansion

  • Currentdesign&constructionschedule
  • RFQ
  • RFP
  • SchematicDesignDocuments

DescriptionofSelectionProcess
Theconstructionmanageratriskwillbeselectedusingatwo-step process.

StepOne-RequestforQualifications(RFQ)shallconsistofthereviewandrankingofeachrespectivefirm’s qualifications and responses to the university’s selection criteria as stated herein.This is a competitive process with points awarded for each category of the selection criteria.The university will utilize a review paneltoevaluatetheofferings andestablishapreliminaryrankingofthefirms.Fiveorfewerfirmswiththe highestpreliminaryrankingbasedonthefirm’sresponsestotheselectioncriteriawillbeinterviewed bythe owner’spanel.Ataminimum,theproposedprojectdirector/executive,seniorprojectmanager(s),scheduling manager(s),assistingprojectmanager(s)andsuperintendent(s)shallattendtheinterview.Theinterviewwill include introductions with each proposed staff member summarizing their responsibilities and experience, followed by a question-and-answer session conducted by the Owner.The questions will not be provided priortotheinterview.Therespondentwillbeallowedfifteenminutestopresentinformationsupportingtheir response to this RFQ, followed by a question-and-answer session for the balance of the interview.

Step Two - Request for Proposals (RFP): Following the establishment and ranking of the short-listed firms, the RFP documents will be issued to the short-listed firms. The short-listed firms shall submit their cost proposalinasealedenvelope,includingtheirconstructionphasefee,lumpsumcostforfulfillingthegeneral conditions,costofinsuranceandcostofperformanceandpaymentbonds,allinaccordancewiththesteptwo provisions.ThePreconstructionServicesscopeandfeewillbenegotiatedfollowingreceiptofproposals,but prior to contract award.Upon the successful conclusion of the negotiation, the Preconstruction Services scope shall be included as provision D.2. and the Preconstruction Fee shall be included in provision D.5., both within the Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager as Constructer.

Inadditiontotheinformationprovidedherein,amatrixdetailingservicestobeincludedineachcategorywill be issued in the RFP documents.All information submitted in Step One with respect to project specific organizational structure, staffing, and other selection criteria, in addition to the Step Two documents, shall establish the basis for Step Two pricing.Following contract award, the successful firm shall be required to provide, at a minimum, all staffing and services detailed in the firm’s responses to selection criteria in step one and as otherwise required by the contract documents.

Thefinalselectionoftheconstructionmanageratriskwillbebasedona25,000-pointsystem.Fiftypercent (50%)(12,500 points) willbeawardedasestablishedbythereviewpanel basedonqualifications,responses to the university’s selection criteria, references, the Owner’s prior experience with the respondent, and the interviews,allunderacompetitiveprocess.Threehundredseventy-five(375)bonuspointswillbeawarded toanSDVEproposer.The375bonuspointswillbeaddedtotheSDVE’squalificationsscoreasestablished bytheOwner’sreviewpanel.The375bonuspointsareavailableonlytoanSDVEfirmsubmittingaproposal directly to the Owner.

Theremainingfiftypercent(50%)(12,500points)willbeawardedbasedonthesumtotalof,theconstruction phase fee, the lump sum for fulfilling the general conditions, the cost of insurance and performance and payment bonds.For evaluation purposes, the construction phase percentage fee will be multiplied by the anticipatedconstructionbudgettoestablishtheoverheadandprofitcomponentoftheprice.Thelowesttotal price submission will receive 12,500 points.Ascending price submission totals from other firms will be awarded price points on a pro rata basis.

Thefirmwiththehighestpointtotal(qualifications/selectioncriteria+pricepoints)willbedeemedtoprovide thebestvalueandwillbe theapparentsuccessfulfirm.Theuniversity willthenengageinnegotiationswith the apparent successful firm to establish final contract terms, including Preconstruction Services scope and not-to-exceedfee.Iftheuniversityisunabletonegotiateasatisfactorycontractwiththeapparentsuccessful firm, negotiations will cease, and the university will negotiate with the next highest ranked firm and so on untilanacceptablecontractisreachedornegotiationsend.Theuniversitywillmakethedeterminationasto when negotiations are at a stalemate and are no longer productive.

CMRSELECTIONSCHEDULE

ThefollowingscheduleissubjecttochangebutrepresentstheUniversity’sintent.

RFQ CMR advertisem*nt May 08, 2024
Receive qualifications May22,2024
Owner panel’s review of qualifications May 27, 20024
Interview firms May 31, 2024
Notice to shortlisted firms – issue Step Two (RFP)
documents. June 03, 2024
Pre-Proposal Meeting with short listed firms June 06, 2024
Receiptofproposals June14,2024
Contracttermsandpreconstructionscopeand
costnegotiationmeetingwithapparent
successfulfirm June 17, 2024
Contractaward June21,2024

RFQSELECTIONCRITERIA

Mandatoryrequirementsforinclusionontheshortlistareasfollows:

  • Aproventrackrecord ofsuccessfullydelivering project(s)similarinvalueandcomplexityby both the firm and the proposed preconstruction manager, lead project manager and superintendent.
  • Experiencemodificationrateoflessthan1.0.
  • Nowork-relatedfatalitiesinthelastthreeyears.
  • AdequatefinancialstabilityasdeterminedbytheOwner
  • LicensedtoconductbusinessintheStateofMissouri
  • Ascoreof10,625points(85%oftheavailable12,500points)

The above stated criteria shall apply to the firm’s office that will be actively managing this project.Firms not meeting these mandatory requirements will not be short listed.

Theownerreservestheright toseekclarifications.

DescriptionoftheQualificationProcess
Qualifications of respondents to this RFQ will be evaluated based upon the financial responsibility, safety record,abilitytoadheretoschedules,experiencethefirm andthefirm’sproposedprojectteam hashadwith projectsofsimilarsize,constructiontype,scheduleandcomplexity,theOwner’sexperiencewiththefirmon prior projects regardless of delivery type, and other information included in the qualification packet.The Owner will assign an evaluation team comprised of representatives from the design team and the Owner’s staff to evaluate and score the respondent’s qualifications material.A point total of 12,500 points has been assigned to the qualification criteria enclosed herein.

Theweightingofthepointsforthequalificationspacketwillbeasfollows:
TAB 1 - 2500 points
TAB2 -3000 points
TAB3 -3000 points
TAB4 -2000 points
TAB5 -2000 points

QUALIFICATIONPACKET:Each respondent shall submit one electronic copy of the Qualifications to PROJECTMANAGER’sNAMEandEMAILADDRESS.Qualificationsshallbeamaximumoftenone- sided8½x 11pages,notincludingthe organizationalchartandbarchart,personnelresumes/qualifications, project lists, examples of preconstruction reports, table of contents for the safety and quality assurance manuals, and financial statements.

TAB1ORGANIZATIONALQUESTIONS(2500points)

  1. Furnisha brief history of when and howyour companywasfounded, howitevolved andalistof the company’s primary officers and their duties.
  2. ProvideyourfirmsEMR,TRIRandDARTforeachofthelastthree(3) years.
  3. Providetotalannualvolumeofconstructionworkcompletedforeachofthepastfive years.
  4. Provideprojectedvolumefortheupcomingyear.Provideaprojectlistingandcontractamounts.
  5. Providealistofprojects ofsimilarscopeand/orcomplexitycompletedwithinthelastfiveyears and specifythedeliverymethodused.IncludethecontractamountorGMPvalue.Includearchitectand owner contact information.
  6. Provideyourfirm’stotalandavailablebondingcapacity.

TAB2-Staffing(3000points)
Furnishanorganizationalchartshowingallpeoplewhowillbeinvolvedwiththisprojectandtheirrolesand responsibilities.Furnisharesumeforallstaffontheorganizationalchart,includingeducationandtimewith thecompany.Includeaparagraphforeachindividualdetailingtheirexperienceinasimilarrole onprojects with similar scope or complexity that qualifies them for this project.Include the staff member(s) who will be responsible for developing and updating the construction schedule.

Provide a bar chart (timeline) illustrating percentage FTE (including hours per week), involvement during both preconstruction and construction foreachteammember.For the construction phase, indicate who will be onsite full time.Include their arrival and duration onsite.

Identifykeyprojectleadershipstaffwhowillbeinvolvedbothinthepreconstructionandconstructionphases, their level of authority and how they will interact with the Owner and Architect.

No change in the proposedstaffmemberswill be consideredunlesssuch changesaredirectedbythe Owner or extenuating circ*mstances exist that merit such consideration.Under any circ*mstance, no changes will beallowedwithouttheconsentoftheOwner.TheConstructionManagershallprovideaminimumoftwenty- one (21) calendar days-notice to allow consideration of the proposed change by the Owner.Personnel proposed as a replacement for any staff member submitted with the response to the RFQ shall have similar qualificationsandexperienceasthatstaffmemberproposedforreplacement.Thesupportingdocumentation included in paragraph 1. above shall be submitted with the 21-day notice.Failure of the Construction Manager to comply with this requirement may result in the suspension of the Construction Manager from participation on future University of Missouri projects for a period of one year.

The Owner, Architect and Construction Manager will jointly review staffing and team performance approximatelythreemonthsfollowingtheonsetofpreconstruction,andatanappropriatepointfollowingthe startofconstruction.Thepurposeofthereviewwillbe toensurestaffinglevelsareadequateandallentities are performing as required.

TAB3Preconstruction(3000points)
DescribehowyourstaffwillcollaboratewiththedesignteamandOwner andprovidefeedbackduringthe preconstruction phase.

List the services your firm will provide during the preconstruction phase.Describe how your firm will utilizevalueengineering,constructabilityanalysisandmarketanalysisinrecommendingalternativedesign concepts, cost savings opportunities, and equipment and material applications.

Furnishatwo-pageexampleofeachofthereports theCMRwillprovideduringthepreconstructionphase

Provideasummaryofyourfirm’sin-housecapabilitiesregardingMEPsystemstobeimplementedduring preconstruction.Describehow yourfirm will utilize thirdparty expertise inreviewing andestimating the mechanical, plumbing, and electrical design, (if applicable).

Describehowyourfirmwillreconcileyourestimatesagainstestimatesprovidedbythedesignteam.

Providealistofproposedpreconstructionservicestouseasabasisfornegotiationofthepreconstruction scope and fee.

TAB4CMRStaffContinuity(2,000points)
Describehowyourfirmwillensurecontinuityandinformationexchangebetweenthepreconstructionand construction phase staff members.

Describehowyourfirm’sstaff whowillmanagetheconstructionphase willbeinvolvedinpreconstruction with an emphasis on your proposed lead project manager and superintendent.

TAB5-OPERATIONALMETHODS(2000points)

  1. DescribehowyourfirmwillsolicitSupplierDiversityparticipation.
  2. Describe your firm’s safety program. Provideacopyofthetableofcontentsfromthe manual.
  3. Describestrategiestobeutilizedtoensureopenbiddingandequal opportunityfor subcontractors and sub-subcontractors regardless of labor affiliation.
  4. Describethefirm’squalityassuranceprogram.Provideacopyofthetableofcontentsfrom the manual.
  5. Describe the scheduling programs and strategies to be utilized to maintain each phase of the project schedule including how the CMR’s field personnel will provide input to the scheduler(s),howsubcontractorinputwillbeincorporated,howscheduledversuscompleted will be monitored and updated, andhow weather will be managed.

FinancialStatement(Separatedocumentinsealedenvelope oremail)

  1. Provideyourorganization’smostrecentauditedfinancialstatements.

Reviewed 2024-05-09

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS For Construction Manager at Risk SC008229 SSB Modernization & Expansion (2024)

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