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Yes, site tours can be scheduled for the Police Department and/or Fire Department. Please email Elise Durbin if this is something you would like to do. We would look to schedule these late the week of December 12.
At this time, the city intends to use an AIA B101 contract.
The 24-page maximum relates to content. The cover page and dividing pages do not count towards the maximum.
The city would like to see proposers provide a breakdown of labor hours, rates and costs for each phase with a sum total cost of the proposed services at the boom. Please include hours and rates for all consultants that will be a part of the project.
A detailed facility program has not yet been developed. The key components include
View the Space Needs Analysis (PDF) for more information.
Please include site survey and commissioning services as a part of your proposal. The city will be procuring geotechnical and hazardous materials testing separately.
The city has done the following community engagement activities:
These community engagement activities have focused on all of the city facilities (public safety, municipal services building, and city hall/library).
The City is working to make these available now. Please watch the website where we will post if we are able to make them available.
Yes, the schedule requested under item g on page 2 of the RFP, may be integrated into item h on page 3 of the RFP.
The selected consultant would perform the following post-construction services: punchlist, commissioning assistance and record drawings. The city will be responsible for warranty inspections. If there are other suggested post construction services your firm provides, please add alternative options for the City’s consideration.
A Space Needs Analysis was conducted in 2021. That analysis for police and fire can be found on the city’s website.
No, design teams do not need to include cost estimating as part of the services.
The City uses a three-step process for planning review: concept plan, preliminary site plan, and final site plan. More on each of these can be found on the city’s website on the planning page.
The project budget for the public safety facility is $41 million.