As part of the schematic design phase the Professional Services Consultant will reaffirm the project program and provide other programming as necessary to accomplish stated goals. The PSC will investigate and identify the infrastructure requirements to support the program including, but not limited to, the electrical requirements. Additionally the Professional Services Consultant will prepare construction documents which minimize construction disruption, especially plumbing work, on the first floor emergency department.
Existing hospital interior finish standards will be applied.
An independent commissioning engineer will be utilized by the University to define procedures, monitor and evaluate the testing and certification process and verify the MEP systems performance.
The project drawings will be submitted to IDPH for their courtesy review.
Project Area: GSF: 4000 s.f.
Project Area:NASF: 3551 s. f.
Project Budget:$ 1,540,000
Construction Budget: $ 1,252,000
Professional Services Consultant Submittal
Firms should submit 4 copies of the following: a letter of interest, a copy of its CDB pre-qualification letter, and a 255 form (section 8 should be modified to include additional information of relevant projects) and a copy of your current CDB prequalification applications. This form can be found on the CDB website at: http://www.cdb.state.il.us/forms/download/255 form-03.doc.
For full consideration, interested firms should identify, at the time of submittal, all consultants anticipated to perform a significant role within the proposed team of professional consultants.
The University of Illinois encourages the participation of minority- and female-owned firms and consultants.
John D. Hiltscher
Associate Director, A/E and Pre-Construction Services
The following project-related criteria will be used to evaluate the firms requesting consideration for selection:
For additional information, contact:
The University of Illinois at Chicago
Only those firms, which meet the following qualifications, will be considered for selection: