ADVERTISEMENT FOR R EQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS/REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFQ/RFP)-BID PACKAGE 4-WC-03-05 (STRUCTURAL CONCRETE)
The Trustees of The California State University (Trustees) have selected design-builder (McCarthy Building Companies) for the San Francisco State West Campus Green Affordable Housing & Student Health Center Project (San Francisco State Project Number #E01040), a public works project.
PREQUALIFICATION OF PROSPECTIVE SUBCONTRACTORS:
It has been determined that only those subcontractors who achieve a responsive determination (as determined by San Francisco State University), met the minimum of two comparable projects, and achieved no automatic disqualifications on the Trade Contractor Prequalification Questionnaire and Trade Contractor Prequalification Questionnaire Project Data Sheets will be eligible for review of its response to the Request for Proposal (RFP). The RFP basis of selection will be best value.
The following Work Category (WC) is being solicited for this RFQ/RFP:
WC 03-05 (Structural Concrete)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
The first building is a new residence hall that provides up to 750 beds of affordable housing for incoming first-year students. The bedrooms should be developed using a “pod” concept approach. The pod concept provides space to socialize, sleep, study and dine within the scope of intimate community grouping. Depending upon the cost, two (2) three bed pods may share a shower and a water closet. If this proves to be too costly, one or more common bathrooms will be provided on each floor as required. Initial studies conducted by the University indicate that this program can be accommodated within a (4) story, 128,000 GSF building.
In addition to the bedrooms, the residential portion of the project will include associated activity and study space, office space for the residence hall administration, meeting rooms, recreational areas, and faculty-in-residence apartments. It is also assumed that a dining hall will be constructed on the ground floor of the building. The project will be designed to include gender equity and shall be accessible by residents with a range of abilities.
The second building is the Student Health Center (SHC) and will be studied as an alternate during schematic design. This department is currently located in an antiquated building near the center of campus, next to the Psychology Building. The SHC serves more students and provides more services than the current space can accommodate, so this project seeks to provide approximately 35,000 GSF for a new facility on the second floor of the new building. The SHC shall have its own dedicated entrance at ground level. It will include an elevator that is separate from those that serve the residence hall. The program shall support a wide range of services, including a triage clinic, health and wellness promotion, examination and treatment rooms, mental health support, and the associated spaces for administrative and medical staff.
The estimated direct cost of the base and the alternate is $110,000,000.00
RFQ/RFP SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
RFQ/RFP Available on CSU Plantbids February 7th, 2023
Request for Information (RFI’s) Due 5pm PST February 21st, 2023
Issue Addendum Responses to RFI’s (Planned) February 24th, 2023
RFQ/RFP Submission (Technical & Non-Technical) 2pm PST March 7th, 2023
All dates are subject to change via Addendum.
Interested subcontractors should download the RFQ/RFP documents from CSU’s Planetbid bid solicitation website for San Francisco State using the following URL address:
Search for San Francisco State West Campus Green Affordable Housing & Student Health Center Project-Bid Package 4-WC 03-05 (Structural Concrete)
SFSU reserves the right to reject any or all responses to RFQ/RFP and to waive non-material irregularities in any response received.
Information submitted for prequalification evaluation will be treated as public record as provided by law except for trade secret/confidential/financial information or otherwise marked as confidential by the proposer.
Prequalified subcontractors are required to have California licenses for the Work they intend to perform.
Prequalified subcontractors shall expect to incorporate a subcontract plan that includes five percent Small Business and five percent Disabled Veterans Business.
The work described in the contract is a public work subject to section 1771 of the California Labor Code.
No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a Bid for this project unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this requirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section 1771.1(a)].
No contractor or subcontractor may be awarded any portion of this project unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5.
This project is subject to prevailing wage and compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations.
REGISTER AT THIS LINK: https://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html
San Francisco, CA
February 7, 2023