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Public Higher Education Bulletin

 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
QBS #PSSU06018
Request for Professional Services Qualifications (QBS): Student Dining and Residential Programs Building
First published Friday, January 13, 2006
Project Description
The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois hereby requests qualifications from professional services consultants to provide professional services in connection with the Student Dining and Residential Programs Building.

In December, 2004, a feasibility study was initiated which sought to evaluate the options for modernizing the Champaign Residence Halls, located in the block defined by Fourth Street, Peabody Drive, First Street, and Gregory Drive. The feasibility study recommended a multi-phase redevelopment plan, which includes the consolidation of the current dining and residential support spaces into a new student dining and residential programs building, as well as the construction of a series of new residence halls, to be executed over a series of phased efforts over an extended period of time.

The Champaign Housing Redevelopment--Phase One project will address the need for a new Student Dining and Residential Programs Building, as well as a single, new Residence Hall. In addition, it will address various utilities issues on the site, as well as demolition of some existing buildings.
Letter Submission
Qualifications and supporting materials will be accepted at the address below until 4:00 PM, Monday January 30, 2006:

Facilities & Services
1501 South Oak Street
Attention: Edward J. Scopel, A.I.A
Champaign, IL 61820

Program
Student Dining and Residential Programs Building. This facility, to be located at the corner of Gregory Drive and Euclid Street, will replace two existing dining facilities on the site. The facility is being designed to include a 'marketplace dining' concept, incorporating multiple food stations providing varied cuisines. It will be flexible enough to be adaptable to meet future dining trends and accommodate some catering events, while addressing the varied dining needs of 3,600 students.

In addition, the student dining and residential programs building will be a 'one stop' student service location, providing an advanced technology and library commons with 24-hour access, space for living and learning communities, group study, student programming and activities, and various student organizations.

The student dining and residential programs building will be the first facility constructed on the site; demolition of an existing facility will be necessary prior to the construction of this building.

Procurement of Professional Services
The University of Illinois has employed a professional team of consultants, lead by the Design Architect Booth Hansen (Chicago), to execute the Schematic Design and Design Development phase services for the Champaign Housing Redevelopment - Phase One effort. Upon completion of the design development phase of work, the University will employ two separate architects of record, one associated with the student dining and residential programs building and one with the new residence hall, to execute those design documents generated by the design architect. This advertisement is for the architect of record for the student dining and residential programs building.

It is anticipated that advertisement for the architect of record services for the residence building will occur in the fall of 2006.

The architects of record will provide construction documents, bidding and award, construction administration, and warranty phase services. The design architect will be retained to provide reviews of the work generated beyond design development by the architects of record, at 50% construction documents and 95% construction documents, and will not be eligible to provide architect of record services.

The architect of record must meet all selection criteria, including items described below under 'minimum qualifications.' In addition, the architect of record, at the time of submittal of qualifications described herewith, must indicate the intended provider of M/E/P services, as well as the intended food services consultant. Submittals that do not include this minimum declaration will not be considered. The University will contract with a firm based within the state of Illinois.

Additional information
Construction Manager: It is the intent of the University to employ a construction manager to provide pre-construction and construction phase services for all Champaign Housing Redevelopment--Phase One work.

Project Area:GSF: noted above
Project Area:NASF:TBD
Project Budget: $75,700,000
Construction Budget: $ TBD

Professional Services Consultant Submittal
Firms should submit five hard copies and one electronic copy of a CDB SF 255 form (section 8 should be modified to include additional information of relevant projects) and a copy or your current CDB prequalification application. Electronic copy shall be submitted (in pdf format), using the following URL to complete and submit the form: http://notes.ocp.uiuc.edu:8888/prism/ocpweb.nsf/projectsuiuc

Electronic copies should be submitted using the web at the URL listed and should not be submitted via email.

Hard copy (This form can be found on the CDB website at http://www.cdb.state.il.us/forms/download/255form-03.doc) once completed, shall be submitted to the address noted above.

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.

Project Contact
Facilities & Services
1501 South Oak Street
Champaign, Illinois 61820
Attention: Edward J. Scopel, A.I.A.
Associate Campus Architect
Email: e-scopel@uiuc.edu

The deadline for receipt of both hard and electronic submittals is 4:00 p.m., Monday, January 30, 2006.

The project will be administered using the owner's web-based project management system. PRZM was developed to maximize the potential of the Internet in allowing project team members to access and exchange project information. PRZM supports team collaboration in management and interaction, as well as a team member empowerment on a multi-layer security system.

Minimum PRZM user requirements
  • Personal Computer: Microprocessor speed of 100mhz or higher, 32Mb RAM, and a monitor capable of at least 800 x 600 pixel resolution.
  • Internet Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 or higher is recommended.
  • E-mail: PRZM requires the user to have a valid e-mail account.
  • Software: At various stages of PRZM, users will be required to attach their documents to PRZM.
  • Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD) viewer
The following project-related criteria will be used to evaluate the firms requesting consideration for selection:
  • Current commitments of proposed staff and firm.
  • Overall design quality of the projects submitted.
  • Prior experience with projects at the University level.
  • Prior experience with projects of similar scope (ex. dining, student programs).
  • Overall architectural design quality of the projects submitted.
  • Prior experience with LEED certified projects.
  • Prior experience with projects involving Design Architect/Architect of Record contract arrangements.
  • Overall qualifications of the proposed team of consultants.
  • M.A.F.B.E. participation.
Selection will be consistent with the Architectural, Engineering, and Land Surveying Qualifications Based Selection Act (30 ILCS 535/1).

The State of Illinois has a policy to encourage prospective vendors to hire qualified veterans, minorities, females, persons with disabilities and ex-offenders.

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