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Mass. State Project No. DCP2145 DCP – McCormack Building – Exterior Envelope Repair, Boston

CLASSIFIED LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE
DIVISION OF CAPITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT & MAINTENANCE

Request for Qualifications for Construction Management at Risk Services
Mass. State Project No. DCP2145
DCP – McCormack Building – Exterior Envelope Repair, Boston, MA

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, through its Division of Capital Asset Management & Maintenance (DCAMM), requests that qualified and experienced firms submit a Statement of Qualification and required information to be received through DCAMM’s E-Bid Room at www.bidexpress.com/businesses/10279/home no later than 2:00 PM, December 8, 2021.

Firms interested in providing Public Construction Manager at Risk Services (“CM” or “CM at Risk”) for the DCP – McCormack Building – Exterior Envelope Repair, Boston, MA, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications (“SOQ”) to the Division of Capital Asset Management & Maintenance (“DCAMM”). This CM at Risk procurement is conducted pursuant to M.G.L. 149A, contained in Chapter 193 of the Acts of 2004. This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is the first phase of a two-phase procurement process as set forth in M.G.L. 149A. DCAMM is prequalifying firms interested in providing public CM at Risk services for the project through the RFQ process. DCAMM will evaluate submitted SOQs based upon the identified evaluation criteria as set forth in the RFQ and will select those respondents it deems qualified. Only those respondents deemed qualified will be invited to submit a proposal in response to a detailed Request for Proposals (“RFP”), which will be issued in the second phase of the procurement process. The project delivery method for construction will be public CM at Risk with a Guaranteed Maximum Price (“GMP”) under M.G.L. 149A.

In addition, firms interested in being prequalified must demonstrate that they have had prior experience as a Construction Manager on at least three CM-at-Risk projects and have completed at least one project of a similar cost, complexity, type and size as this project as it is described further below and in the RFQ. The prior CM-at-Risk projects must have been completed within the last ten (10) years.

At the time a CM firm submits the Qualifications Statement, it must have a DCAMM Certification in the Contractor Category, “General Building Construction”, with a single limit greater than the Estimated Total Project cost of $5,400,000. See www.mass.gov/dcamm/certification for certification forms and the required Update Form.

This Project is for the repairs of the exterior envelope of a 22-story building. The scope of work includes sealant replacement and flashing of the pre-cast concrete and curtain wall façade, 8th floor IGU replacement, roof & drain replacement at the 22nd floor inset roof and elevator lobby, and repairs of the plaza waterproofing and concrete.

The Request for Qualifications may be downloaded from DCAMM’s E Bid Room at https://www.bidexpress.com/businesses/10279/home on or after Wednesday, November 17, 2021. Instructions on the E-Bid Room processes can be found on DCAMM’s website www.mass.gov/dcamm/bids or contact DCAMM’s Bid Room at (617) 727-4003 or bidroom.dcamm@mass.gov.

Carol W. Gladstone
Commissioner

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