|Contract No.||Contract Name & Location||School District|
|NT-0040-A01||Garfield High School||Garfield|
NOTICE OF SOLICITATION FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSULTANTS
VIA REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS PROCESS
THE NEW FORM 200 DATED APRIL 1, 2003 IS REQUIRED TO BE COMPLETED FOR THIS SUBMITTAL.
YOUR SUBMISSION MUST BE LIMITED TO THE FORM 200 AND INCLUDE ONLY BLACK AND WHITE TEXT. PHOTOGRAPHS MUST NOT BE INCORPORATED INTO THIS FORM.
ANY AND ALL ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION SUBMITTED (E.G., BROCHURES, PHOTOGRAPHS, MARKETING MATERIAL, ETC.) WILL BE DISCARDED AND NOT REVIEWED BY THE SELECTION COMMITTEE.
CONFINE ALL ANSWERS TO THE SPACE PROVIDED IN THE APPLICATION. SUPPLEMENTAL SHEETS (EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFICALLY PERMITTED) WILL BE DISCARDED AND NOT REVIEWED BY THE SELECTION COMMITTEE.
FIRMS NOT ADHERING TO THE ABOVE MAY BE DEEMED NON-RESPONSIVE AND THE SUBMISSION MAY NOT BE REVIEWED.
The New Jersey Schools Construction Corporation ("NJSCC") is seeking to engage firms that will provide design consultant and construction administration services for the following package.
Package Number: NT-0040-A01
School District: Garfield
Package Name: Garfield High School
Construction Cost Estimate (for information purposes only): $23,942,000
Complete design and construction administration services for a 34,696 sq. foot addition and renovation of the existing Garfield High School.
To participate in the selection process:
TO OBTAIN A PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL (NJSCC Form 200), a firm may write the NJSCC at the above address, call the NJSCC at 609-777-1922, or download it at www.njscc.com.
- A firm must have a NJSCC minimum prequalification rating of 20 million in the Architecture discipline. All joint venture firms must be separately prequalified and at least one of the joint venture firms must have a minimum prequalification rating of 20 million in the Architecture discipline. If a firm is not prequalified, it may obtain a PREQUALIFICATION APPLICATION by writing the NJSCC at the below address, calling the NJSCC at 609-943-4136, or downloading a Prequalification Questionnaire www.njscc.com.
- The Architectural prime consultant shall have in-house NJSCC prequalification or sub-consultants having NJSCC prequalification in the following required disciplines;
- HVAC Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Plumbing Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
All firms (architectural prime consultant and named subconsultants in the required disciplines) must have a current NJSCC prequalification in the specialty discipline(s) for which it is named on the date Preliminary Proposals (NJSCC Form 200) are due, December 16, 2004.
If a firm or joint-venture entity submits a Form 200 proposal as a prime consultant for this engagement, neither the firm nor members of the joint-venture entity shall submit or be named as a prime consultant, as a member of a joint-venture entity or as a subconsultant on any other Form 200 proposal submitted for this engagement. The NJSCC will not permit a firm or joint-venture entity, who submits a Form 200 proposal as a prime consultant for this engagement, to be named as a prime consultant, as a member of a joint-venture entity or as a subconsultant on any other Form 200 proposal submitted for this engagement.
The NJSCC will not permit the Regional PMF or the sub-consultants to the Regional PMF, who provide services to the NJSCC for the above school district, to be engaged as a prime or subcontractor for this engagement. The Regional PMF or the sub-consultants to the Regional PMF, who provide services to the NJSCC for the above school district, shall not submit or be named in a proposal or bid for this engagement.
- Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of P.L. 1975, c.127 (N.J.A.C. 17:27), pertaining to affirmative action and equal employment opportunity.
The NJSCC requires the consultant to provide opportunities to SBE firms to participate in the performance of this engagement, consistent with NJSCC’s SBE Set-Aside Goals of 25% (5% to Category 4, 10% to Category 5, and the remaining 10% to be allocated among Category 4 and/or Category 5). To be registered in Category 4, a business must have gross revenues that do not exceed $1 million. To be registered in Category 5, a business must have gross revenues exceeding $1 million. The Small Business Administration size standards are established at 13 C.F.R. 121.201.
- As the first step in the selection process, interested, prequalified firms must submit one (1) original and three (3) copies of a PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL (NJSCC Form 200) to the NJSCC at the following address:
If U.S. Mail:
New Jersey Schools Construction Corporation
One West State Street – 3rd Floor PO Box 991 Trenton, NJ 08625-0991 Attention: Martin Taylor,If Fed Ex, UPS, Courier, Hand Delivery:
Procurement Project Officer
NJSCC 1 West State Street Third Floor (Wachovia Bank Building) Trenton, NJ 08625-0991
THE DEADLINE for submission of PRELIMINARY PROPOSALS IS 5:00 P.M., THURSDAY, December 16, 2004. Proposals may be submitted by hand or by mail or overnight mail. FAXED PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. PROPOSALS RECEIVED AFTER THE ABOVE DATE AND TIME WILL BE RETURNED UNOPENED.
RESPONSIVE PRELIMINARY PROPOSALS WILL BE EVALUATED by the Selection Committee. Non-responsive Preliminary Proposals will be rejected without evaluation. The Selection Committee will evaluate responsive Preliminary Proposals to determine the short-list of the most qualified firms who will be invited to submit Technical and Fee Proposals. The evaluation for the short-list will be based on the following criteria:
It is expected that up to six of the top-ranked firms will be invited to submit Technical and Fee Proposals.
After the contract(s) is awarded, all firms who submitted proposals may request a debriefing and will be afforded an opportunity to review all technical proposals and evaluation documents.
The NJSCC has no obligation to make an award and reserves the right to waive any non-material defects, reject any or all proposals for any reason and terminate the selection process at any time.DATE ADVERTISED: December 8, 2004