After the submission deadline, a recording of the solicitation opening will be available upon request.
Addendum #2 has posted. See attached file: QBS033120_Add02
E-Bidding Clarification: If you have already submitted a hard copy response to this solicitation, the response packet will be returned to you, and you must re-submit a new response via the Electronic (E-Bid) process as identified in Addendum #1.
Addendum #1 has posted. See attached files:QBS033120_Add01
Updated solicitation advertisement is attached as file: QBS033120_ad2.pdf
E-Bidding Instructions for Vendors has been posted as file: E-Bidding Vendor Instructions.pdf
Updated state reminders is attached as file: QBS033120_StateReminders-ebid.pdf
Form A has been posted as file: Form_A-ebid.pdf
These documents supersede any previous documents.
The bid deadline has been extended to Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 2:00pm local time.
In response to COVID-19, until further notice, ISU is enabling electronic submission of submittals (e-bidding) for this solicitation. New electronic submittal regulations and instructions are noted in the attachments.
To comply with Governor Pritzker's Executive order 2020-18 (EO 2020-18) statewide stay at home directive for COVID-19, Illinois State University is implementing additional measures for campus facilities and operations. As a result, all solicitation openings have been suspended until 05/05/2020. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, the opening date may be further extended. Please continue to monitor the IPHEC bulletin for further updates.
To comply with Governor Pritzker's Executive order 2020-10 (EO 2020-10) statewide stay at home directive for COVID-19, Illinois State University is implementing additional measures for campus facilities and operations. As a result, all solicitation openings have been suspended until 04/14/2020. Any voluntary pre-bid meetings that are phone-in/remote are still being conducted as scheduled. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, the opening date may be further extended. Please continue to monitor the IPHEC bulletin for further updates.
Illinois State University is seeking professional architectural and/or engineering services from firms who have experience in concrete walking plaza repairs and replacement. This advertisement is directed to the engineering support services needed to complete the design and construction documents for public bidding including construction documents, specifications, bid services and construction administration services. Needed services and brief scope of work include: Architectural, Structural, and Plumbing Engineering. It is expected that a single team comprised of these disciplines will be assembled to provide the referenced services.
The Degarmo Hall plaza is composed of a 3-inch thick concrete topping slab with integral welded wire fabric, 2-inch thick insulation, waterproofing membrane, supported by a one-way joist and structural slab. There is approximately 4,000 square feet of delaminated or damaged slab and associated drains and handrail steel plate embeds that need repairs or replacement.
This plaza functions as a roof to a portion of DeGarmo?s educational occupancy lower level spaces. The plaza surface was constructed over a structural deck. The surface components consist of a waterproof membrane, rigid insulation, sand, and a concrete walking surface. The plaza surface drains through regularly placed floor drains.
Architecture and/or engineering firms interested in submitting their qualifications should have demonstrated knowledge, experience, and expertise with existing structural concrete walking deck repairs or replacement. The designers and any required sub-consultants will be responsible for developing a comprehensive construction budget and schedule for this project. It may be necessary for the construction to be phased. The primary construction window will be mid-May to mid- August, annually.
As a project funded by the University, the following are required:
Complete A/E 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) during the entire design process
A voluntary pre-submission conference call will be held on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.CST
You may attend via telephone by calling into either (888) 822-7517 (USA Toll-Free) or (713) 353-0212 (USA Caller Paid/International Toll).
Use access code 5604312 to join the teleconference.
*Updated BEP Utilization Information*
A list of University-supplied NIGP commodity codes has been included in Part III of this solicitation's BEP Utilization Plan. Per the Utilization Plan's instructions, vendors who request a waiver from the goal on the basis of good faith efforts must exhaustively contact each vendor certified with the University-supplied commodity codes and document that contact in the Utilization Plan's Good Faith Efforts Contact Log. Waiver requests cannot be granted without exhausting outreach efforts in accordance with the Utilization Plan. For current and official BEP resources go to: https://cms.diversitycompliance.com.
If the list of University-supplied NIGP commodity codes excludes a code that a prospective respondent or BEP-certified vendor believes should be included with the solicitation, additional codes may be requested and must be submitted by the question deadline for this solicitation. These requests should be made through a commodity code addition form supplied by the University buyer assigned to this solicitation. Email the buyer to obtain this form. If requested, additional University-supplied commodity codes may be added to the Utilization Plan by addendum at the University's discretion.
Subcontractors must meet the same requirements as prime contractors to do business with Illinois State University.
This bulletin is the only official source of documents for this bid. Clarifications or modifications to specifications will be posted via addendum. To give questions appropriate consideration and to give bidders time to respond to the resulting clarifications, the University requires that all questions be submitted no later than 4:30pm March 26, 2020 to Jackie Gunderson at email@example.com.
This transaction is subject to the State Board of Elections registration and certification requirements of Public Act 095-0971.
The State of Illinois has a policy to encourage prospective vendors to hire qualified veterans, minorities, females, persons with disabilities and ex-offenders.