Classroom Building (Prequalified CM/GC Firms)
Prebid Date4/10/19 1:30 pm
Bid Date4/30/19 2:30 pm
Company & Contacts
UCSB Design and Construction Services
Liana Khammash, University Rep. email@example.com
Summary of Work: Project scope will include the construction of a 95,250 GSF, up to 4-story classroom building. The scope will include 32 classrooms and lecture halls, each seating between 30 and 350 students, support spaces, site utilities, and site development inclusive of 1,930 bicycle parking spaces. Construction start is estimated to be on or about December 2020.
Estimated Construction Cost: $70,800,000
License Requirement(s): B- (General Building Contractor)
NOTE, ONLY PREQUALIFIED CM/GENERAL CONTRACTORS WILL BE ALLOWED TO SUBMIT A PRIME CM/GC BID ON THIS PROJECT. The following firms have been prequalified to bid on this project:
1. C.W. Driver (Pasadena, CA)
2. Harper Construction (San Diego, CA)
3. Kitchell (Santa Barbara, CA)
4. Sundt Construction (Irvine, CA)
The successful bidder will be required to provide both Phase 1 Pre-Construction Services (e.g., design assist, estimating, constructability, site logistics, development of trade packages, buy out/ bidding) and, if awarded, Phase 2 Construction Services (i.e., management and coordination of the construction Work).
Construction Documents: Construction Documents will be made available to the listed Prequalified Bidders via electronic download on the University’s online planroom at www.ucsbplanroom.com. Once registered on the UCSB planroom site, prospective bidders and other interested parties may view and/or download Construction Documents for free.
It is the sole responsibility of the prospective bidders to register at www.ucsbplanroom.com in order to be able to receive and view project updates, addenda, and the various Construction Documents. Prospective bidders are also responsible for updating their user profile and contact information on the University’s planroom site.
The methodology used to determine Best Value as part of the competitive bidding process will be described in the Construction Documents. The University will use a Best Value selection methodology to determine the apparent lowest responsive bidder. The Best Value to the University will be determined by using objective criteria described in the Bidding Documents with the resulting selection representing the best combination of both price and technical qualifications.
Project Information: The University shall pay for, obtain and maintain a University Controlled Insurance Program (“UCIP”) providing workers’ compensation and employer’s liability insurance coverage, commercial general liability insurance coverage, and excess liability insurance coverage, to all GC and subcontractor personnel enrolled in the UCIP for Work performed on or at the Project site. UCIP coverages shall apply only to the Work of each Enrolled Party performed on or at the Project site, and only to Enrolled Parties eligible for the UCIP.
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 (“DIR”) pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this requirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section 1771.1(a)].
Additional Information: Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University within the limits imposed by law or University policy. Each Bidder may be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy. The successful Bidder and its subcontractors will be required to follow the nondiscrimination requirements set forth in the Bidding Documents and to pay prevailing wage at the location of the work.