The full extent of the work or the associated design fees could not be determined until after the assessment was completed. This assessment has now been completed.
To judiciously expend funds from Parking and Transportations auxiliary funding, the administration has determined that it will repair one garage for the next three fiscal years. One of the three parking structures will be repaired in each fiscal year. Engineering fees are anticipated to be approximately $46,000 in FY16, $55,000 in FY17, and $85,000 in FY18 (subject to funding).
The award end date has been extended to 12/31/19 to allow for the clarified work and construction support.
No state appropriated funds have or will be used for this project.
The scope of planning and design work includes, but may not be limited to:
Â Â Â Â 1. Conduct on-site observation surveys of the parking structures at an appropriate time when the facilities are least occupied. The objective is to gain further information on the configuration and degree of deterioration of the various structural and non-structural systems and components that comprise each parking facility.
Â Â Â Â 2. Conduct concrete testing during the on-site survey of the parking structures. These should include compressive strength and chloride ion content.
Â Â Â Â 3. Develop a system-wide condition appraisal report.
Â Â Â Â 4. Recommend repair programs.
Â Â Â Â 5. Provide construction cost estimates for identified work.
Â Â Â Â 6. Prepare draft specifications and conceptual drawings for noted repairs.
Firms interested in submitting their qualifications should have demonstrated knowledge and experience with parking facilities of this type on a university campus. No project costs have been established for this project at this time.
Illinois State University at Uptown Crossing
1220 Campus Box
100 South Fell Avenue, Suite D
Normal, IL 61790
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