Return Completed Qualifications To:
Wallowa County Commissioners
101 South River Street
Enterprise Oregon 97828
TO BE CONSIDERED, QUALIFICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE Courthouse by 5:00 P.M. (PST), March 10, 2022
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
The project scope is to make energy retrofits to make the Cloverleaf Hall into a viable backup overflow to the hospital in time of emergency. The project includes heating and cooling system upgrades as well as providing a standby generator. The project is considered design-build with the provision that all work shall be done for the best value. See the attached basic scope of work.
For this document, CC shall stand for Wallowa County Commissioners.
The CC intends to construct the projects using the Construction Manager\General Contractor (CM/GC) delivery process. The CC will select one qualified Firm from those who respond to this RFQ for this project. Responses should address the proposer’s specific qualifications for this project.
The Board of Commissioners “Qualification Based Selection procedure provides for an orderly process of
(1) Solicitation of professional qualifications,
(2) Evaluation and ranking of qualifications,
(3) Establishment of a ranked list of service providers, and
(4) Negotiation of scope of services and fees.
This project is being funded by a federal Covid dollars. The Davis-Bacon Act applies to this project, and it is the responsibility of the Contractor to comply in all aspects of the law. This contract will be subject to HUD-4010 Federal Labor Standards Provisions attached hereto as “Attachment A” and made a part hereof. Paragraph 2 on page 2 of 5 of HUD-4010 states that the District may withhold payment to Contractor for failure to pay wages when due. Davis-Bacon requires wages to be paid not less often than once a week. All subcontractors and any lower-tier subcontractors are subject to the same Davis-Bacon Wage requirements as the general contractor.
Time of Performance: Following a Notice to Proceed, the construction shall start on May 1, 2022. Due to this project being federally funded, Construction must be Substantially Completed by December 1, 2022.
B. REQUIRED SERVICES (SCOPE OF WORK)
Throughout the project, the CM/GC(s) shall provide the County Commissioners with professional construction management and desired general contractor services and represent the CC interests in completing the projects on time, within budget, and as planned with a minimum of difficulties. It is anticipated that AIA Document A133-2009 (the Form Contract) will form the basis of agreements for CM/GC Services to be entered into for the projects; provided however, the CC reserves the right to change, modify or amend the Form Contract in formulating the final contracts to be entered into by the CC. . CM/GC Services shall include, but are not limited to, pre-construction services through design of the projects and construction services as desired by the CC through project completion of those services. .
C. RESPONSE, FORMAT, CONTENT, AND EVALUATION CRITERIA
Responses must include the following information in this sequence. Respondents are invited to include innovative methods and/or procedures, which they can provide to assist in ensuring successful completion of the project. Unique qualities and/or capabilities and cost efficiencies may be identified. For each of the specific areas listed below, your responses should include a description of responders’ qualifications to serve as a CM\GC.