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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER-AT-RISK (CMAR) OFFERORS
Proposals from Construction Manager-at-Risk (CMAR) Offerors for the Fire Station Number 1 located at the legal description of Atwood Addition Block 1 Lot 2 will be received at the City Secretary’s Office, City of Crowley, 201 E. Main Street, Crowley, TX 76036, until 3:00 P.M on Monday, April 27, 2020 and will be opened and the names of the CMAR firms will be publicly read aloud approximately thirty minutes later in the Council Chambers.
The last day for questions from prospective Offerors is at 5:00 PM on Monday, April 20, 2020.
The City will select the CMAR Contractor by using a one-step Request for Proposal (RFP) process. The City may interview Offerors. After evaluating the submitted Proposals from the CMAR Offerors, the City will then select and enter into negotiations with the Best Value Offeror. The City may discuss with the selected Offeror, options for a scope or time modification and any price change associated with such modification.
The selected CMAR Contractor will provide Pre-Construction Services, (phase I) including Constructability Reviews, Value Engineering Recommendations and Estimating Services Fees to review during the various phases of the design process. Once the construction documents are completed, the selected CMAR Contractor will provide a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) and construction performance period for each of the major portions of the work and all work combined (phase II). This GMP will be inclusive of Value Engineering and Estimating Services fees, General Conditions, Construction Manager’s Fee, contingency, bonds, insurance, and other agreed upon costs; plus the City’s General Contingency Allowance. The total construction cost is anticipated to be approximately $2,900,000.00, refer to the attached “Project Proposal Form”.
Upon completing the negotiations with the selected CMAR firm, the City will recommend to the City Council to award the CMAR contract to the selected CMAR firm based on the negotiations and the agreed upon estimated construction budgets for each of the major tasks. The CMAR contract will be adjusted based on the agreed upon Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) after the design is completed.
The selected CMAR Contractor will be required to provide Payment and Performance Bonds and provide Contractors General Liability and Statutory Workers Compensation Coverage once the GMP is agreed upon. A two (2) year maintenance bond shall be required by the CMAR upon completion of the Project.