Architectural Engineering Services for the Development of CITY HALL CONCEPTS, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
CITY OF ASHLAND PUBLIC WORKS – QUALIFICATIONS BASED SELECTION PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES
The City of Ashland (City) is seeking a professional engineering/architectural consultant team to provide conceptual alternatives, then preliminary and final plans, specifications and estimates (PS&E) along with construction management services for Project 2018-12 CITY HALL CONCEPTS, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES. This project will evaluate and develop conceptual design options, then develop final design and construction of Ashland’s preferred City Hall location. This project is currently funded for the conceptual and preliminary design phases. Final design and construction of the selected alternative will likely require a vote of the community for approval of a bond measure and will be included in the City’s 2019-2021 biennium budget.
The project will include but is not specifically limited to the following tasks and phases:
PHASE 1: CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND ALTERNATIVE SELECTION
PHASE 2: PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING
PHASE 3A: FINAL ENGINEERING AND BIDDING SERVICES
PHASE 3B: EASEMENTS AND PERMITTING
PHASE 4: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Proposals must be physically received by 2:00 PM, (main lobby clock), March 2, 2018 in the City of Ashland Engineering Office located at 51 Winburn Way, Ashland OR 97520 or by mail at 20 E. Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520. For further information, contact Kaylea Kathol, Public Works Project Managerat 541/488-5587 or by email at email@example.com. Consultant selection is anticipated to result in the issuance of a contract for engineering services in the form provided in this RFP.
Proposal documents may be downloaded from the Oregon Procurement Information Network (ORPIN). Any addendum that may be issued, relating to this proposal will be available from ORPIN and potential proposers are cautioned to continuously monitor the site for updates and addendum.
All proposals shall be submitted as set forth in Section 6 - Instructions to Proposers. The city is not responsible for proposals submitted in any manner, format or to any delivery point other than as required by the Solicitation Document. Proposals shall be limited to 8 pages and must include an Oregon Professional Engineer and American Institute of Architecture Architect as key members.
Consultant selection will be based upon weighed criteria as set forth in the Solicitation Document and will include criteria such as (but not limited to): similar project experiences, general experience, staffing availability, schedule and response time.
The City of Ashland reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive formalities or to accept any proposal which appears to serve the best interest of the City of Ashland.
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