The Dormitory Authority State of New York (DASNY) is seeking proposals from Construction Manager’s-at-Risk to provide Professional Construction Management-at-Risk (CM @ Risk) services. The CM @ Risk services will include professional construction management services during the pre-construction and construction/renovation of SUNY New Paltz’s Awosting Hall (formerly known as Deyo Hall) and Mohonk Hall (formerly known as DuBois Hall) located at 1 Hawk Drive New Paltz, New York. This project is anticipated to be done in two phases with each residence hall constituting as one phase. The firm selected will initially receive a pre-construction contract for Awosting Hall, and a pre-construction contract for Mohonk Hall. Pre-Construction phase services for Awosting Hall will be performed post-design and will include but are not limited to, value engineering, site logistics planning, subcontractor and labor market analysis and bid package preparation. Pre-construction services for Mohonk Hall will take place during the design of the project, and will be concurrent with the pre-construction phase of Awosting Hall.
The first phase of the project is to renovate Awosting Hall an existing 49,400 square foot 3 story residence hall and the addition of a 4th floor, and new steel framed attic with sloped metal roof. Entrance Vestibule and bicycle canopy additions will also be construction. The interior renovations will include the reconfiguration of spaces and installation of floor, wall and ceiling finishes throughout. New mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems will also be provided. Work includes but is not limited to the following in this project: Asbestos abatement, site work including drainage, sewage, supply and distribution, site improvements including roadways, parking lots, site distributions, site development furnishings and equipment, landscaping, selective demolition, concrete work including foundations, footings, foundation walls, and slabs on grade, below grade building construction including excavation, backfill thermal and moisture protection, exterior enclosures including roofs, walls, doors, windows (at new 4th Floor and mechanical mezzanine) and louvers, interior construction including partitions, doors, interior glazed openings and fittings, fire protection specialties, stairs including the stair structure and railings for new 5 story staircase, interior finishes including carpentry, architectural woodwork, and built-in casework, new elevator, fire protection, plumbing, HVAC including controls, instrumentation, and building automation system, electrical including fire alarm, detection systems, communications and security. The second phase of the project is to renovate Mohonk Hall, an existing 49,400 square foot 3 story residence hall, and the addition of a 4th floor, and new steel framed attic with sloped metal roof, with similar scope as phase one. Project phasing will be as follows:
Phase I – Awosting Hall Construction (May 2020 - July 2021)
Phase II – Mohonk Hall Construction (May 2021 - July 2022)
Interested firms must possess substantial experience in: (1) providing Construction Manager-at-Risk services with projects of similar size, scope and complexity; in particular, residence hall construction and renovation (2) employing experienced staff with thorough knowledge of their area(s) of expertise; (3) managing complex phased projects and delivering projects within a tight construction schedule; and (4) working knowledge of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED rating system, specifically for projects which have received LEED certification.
In accordance with State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between Dormitory Authority personnel and an Offerer during the procurement process. The designated staff for this procurement is Stacie Bennett, RFP Coordinator (ph: 518-257-3309, Email: [email protected]). Contacts made to other Dormitory Authority personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the Offerer and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the State of New York. Please refer to the Authority’s website (www.dasny.org) for Authority policy and procedures regarding this law, or the OGS website (www.ogs.state.ny.us/aboutogs/regulations/defaultAdvisoryCouncil html) for more information about this law. All proposers, domestic and foreign, must be in compliance with New York State business registration requirements. Contact the NYS Department of State regarding compliance. In addition, business entities proposing to provide professional engineering services must obtain a Certificate of Authorization to Provide Engineering Services in New York State from the State Education Department. Proposals must be submitted in the full legal name of the proposer, or the full legal name plus a registered assumed name of the proposer, if any.
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
Albany, NY 12207-2964
Email: [email protected]
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Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
Albany, NY 12207-2964
Email: [email protected]
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