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Matthew Daw,Keast & Hood Co.,WASHINGTON, DC Onvia Customer Service (800) 574-1502 Print This Send This Click on a Star to Rate This Type Presolicitation Project Name A/E Services for the SoMD Courthouse Annex Project Submittal Date 3/9/2010 3:00 PM Pre-Bid MandatoryNo Owner US General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service Owner Website http://www.gsa.gov/ Location Greenbelt, MD 20770 Washington, DC Value $80,000,000.00 - $90,000,000.00 Sector Federal Buyer Paige Shin Buyer Address 7th and D Streets, S.W Room 2002 Washington, District of Columbia 20407 Buyer Phone (202) 205-5858 Buyer Fax (202) 708-4982 Buyer Email email@example.com Bid Number GS11P10MKC0050 Onvia Reference 11796222 Number Publication Date 2/03/2010 A/E Services for the SoMD Courthouse Annex Project Solicitation construction documents will be included in a separate Number: GS11P10MKC0050 Agency: General Services construction contract solicitation. Continuing a legacy of Administration Office: Public Buildings Service (PBS) Location: outstanding public architecture that was initiated with the Property Development Division (WPC) General Information founding of the nation, the General Services Administration Posted Date: Feb 3, 2010 Response Date: Mar 09, 2010 3:00 (GSA) Design Excellence Program seeks to commission our pm Eastern Original Set Aside: N/A Set Aside: N/A Classification nation's most talented architects, landscape architects, interior Code: C -- Architect and engineering services NAICS Code: 541 designers, and engineers to design federal buildings of -- Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services/541310 -- outstanding quality and value.These projects are to demonstrate Architectural Services Contracting Office Address: 7th and D the value of true integrated design that balances aesthetics, Streets, S.W., Room 2002 Washington, District of Columbia cost, constructability, reliability, and reduced energy 20407 Place of Performance:The Southern Maryland consumption. In this context, GSA announces an opportunity Courthouse 6500 Cherrywood Lane Greenbelt, Maryland 20770 for Design Excellence in public architecture for performance of United States Solicitation Number: GS11P10MKC0050 Notice Architectural-Engineering Design in accordance with GSA quality Type: Presolicitation Synopsis: Added: Feb 03, 2010 12:03 pm standards and requirements, including the P100 [Facilities The GSA, National Capital Region, Washington, DC, is seeking Standards for the Public Buildings Service]. As required by law, Architect-Engineering (A/E) Services for the Design of an Annex all facilities will meet Federal energy goals, including standards to the existing Southern Maryland Courthouse in Greenbelt, MD. mandated by the Energy Independence and Security Act of The estimated project construction cost range is $80 million to 2007, Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005, and the Architecture $90 million.This construction cost range excludes the cost of Barriers Act Accessibility Standards (ABAAS).The Southern the design effort in the proposed design contract. GSA Maryland Courthouse Annex project will increase the size of the anticipates using the traditional Design-Bid-Build method of Southern Maryland U. S. Courthouse (SoMD CT) in Greenbelt, project delivery.The effort will commence with concept Maryland from 424,816 gsf to 687,395 gsf.The incremental development and continue through to 100% construction 262,579 gsf courthouse Annex will be accomplished by adding: documents and post-construction services.The completed 1) a new stack of jury deliberation rooms in support of existing The Onvia Guide © 2009-2010 Onvia, Inc. All rights are reserved. Unless you have a multiple site or multiple office license with Onvia, onlyyou alone can use The Onvia Guide at a single location.Without the written consent of Onvia, you cannot modify, copy, display, reproduce,share, sell, publish, transfer, assign, or distribute The Onvia Guide or any portion thereof. For any questions regarding licenses to your otheroffice locations, please contact Onvia Customer Service at (800) 574-1502 or firstname.lastname@example.org 1 Onvia Customer Service Matthew Daw,Keast & Hood Co.,WASHINGTON, DC (800) 574-1502 Print This Send This Click on a Star to Rate This courtrooms and newly renovated courtrooms; 2) expansion of association, or other legal entity permitted by law to practice the the existing building to add U.S. District Court (USDC) chambers professions of architecture or engineering.The Lead Designer and U.S. Marshal Service (USMS) support spaces; 3) the is the individual (within the A/E Design Firm), or design studio addition of other court functions such as U.S. Bankruptcy (USBC) (team of designers within the A/E Design Firm) that will have courtroom and chambers, U.S. Attorney's offices, and Pretrial primary responsibility to conceive the design concept and the and Probation, and U.S.Trustee's, and 11 inside parking spaces; buildings' architecture and engineering systems. Interested A/E and 4) the addition of outside parking spaces in a parking garage Design Firms will submit portfolios of accomplishments that expansion. Renovation of the existing offices will provide more establish the design capabilities of the A/E Design Firm and its efficient usage of the existing facility.These additions to the Lead Designer. All documentation pages will be in an 8-1/2" x SoMD CT will meet the Judiciary's 10-year need corresponding 11" format.The submission should include the following: a letter with the year 2020, and the 30-year need.The Judiciary's of interest referencing the FedBizOpps announcement number Five-Year Plan, which reflects construction priorities approved and briefly describing the A/E Design Firm and its Lead Designer; by the Judicial Conference, includes an expansion of the existing the Standard Form 330 Architect-Engineer Qualifications SoMD CT in Greenbelt, MD for site and design funding.The (utilizing the SF-330 (PDF version) completed as follows: On Southern Maryland Courthouse is situated on a 9.3 acre parcel page 1, complete items A&B. On pages 1 - 4, do not complete at 6500 Cherrywood Lane in Greenbelt, Maryland in Election items C, D, E, F, and G. On page 5, item H, respond to the District 21.The site is bounded on the east and north by open STAGE I evaluation criteria stated in this announcement. Also space owned by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, on the west sign and date page 5. Complete, sign and date page 6). by open space owned by a private developer and to the south, Identification of Team Members (outside across Cherrywood Lane, by a private developer. Access to the consultants/subcontractors - including any firm(s) added to form site is from a single controlled entrance off of Cherrywood Lane. a joint venture with the A/E Design Firm) is not to be submitted The project will incorporate cost-effective and innovative at this stage. An A/E Evaluation Board consisting of a private strategies including the utilization of photo-voltaic systems to sector peer, a representative or representatives of the client, meet the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 and and GSA personnel will evaluate the submissions.The A/E goals to reduce energy consumption per Energy Policy Act Evaluation Board will establish a shortlist of at least three A/E (EPAct) of 2005.This project shall include a comprehensive Design Firms.The Stage I shortlist will be published in application of design principles that will result in a high FedBizOpps. Each Lead Designer and A/E Design Firm will be performance green building capable of achieving at least Silver evaluated during this stage using the following EVALUATION certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) using CRITERIA: (1) PAST PERFORMANCE ON DESIGN (35%): the latest version of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental The A/E Design Firm will submit a portfolio (maximum of five Design (LEED) rating system. Efforts are to be made, if feasible, single-sided pages per project with maximum graphic size not to achieve a higher level of certification. SCOPE OF WORK The to exceed 8-1/2" x 11") of not more than five (5) building proposed A/E Design Contract (Base Contract) will require, but construction projects, where the construction was completed is not limited to, preparation of design documentation and related not more than 10 years prior to the Stage I Submission due date. services as follows: drawings, specifications, cost estimates, A narrative (maximum of two single-sided pages per project) schedules, renderings, mock-ups, computer graphics, shall address the design approach with salient features for each color/material selections and presentations, system design and project, and discuss how the client's program, function, image, calculations, life cycle costing, value engineering, programming, mission, occupancy, economic, schedule and operational space planning, and other similar services as determined to be objectives were satisfied by the overall planning/design solutions. required. In addition, the A/E Design Contract will require the The narrative should comment on the relevance of each A/E Design Firm to provide computer aided design (CAD) submitted project to this GSA project, including experience with documentation, including building information modeling (BIM), projects of comparable complexity, multi-phased renovation in a requirement for Design Excellence peer reviews, and concept continuously occupied buildings, utilizing integrated design approval submission(s) and presentation(s) to the PBS practices, and energy efficient design systems.This section of Commissioner.The GSA will require the A/E Design Firm to the submission should include tangible evidence, such as make such presentations to other public authorities and certificates, awards, peer recognition, etc., demonstrating design commissions for project approvals as required. SELECTION excellence, and provide a client reference for each project, PROCESS:This is a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) of Lead including name, title, address, email address, telephone, and Designers and their A/E Design Firms.The A/E selection will fax numbers. A representative floor plan, site plan, a building be completed in two stages as follows: STAGE I:The first stage section, or other appropriate drawings and a minimum of two will establish the experience and capabilities of the Lead photographs must be submitted for each project. (2) Designer and A/E Design Firm.The A/E Design Firm as used PHILOSOPHY AND DESIGN INTENT (25%): In the Lead in this solicitation means any individual, partnership, corporation, Designer's own words (maximum of two single-sided pages), cannot modify, copy, display, reproduce,share, sell, publish, transfer, assign, or distribute The Onvia Guide or any portion thereof. For any questions regarding licenses to your otheroffice locations, please contact Onvia Customer Service at (800) 574-1502 or email@example.com 2 Onvia Customer Service Matthew Daw,Keast & Hood Co.,WASHINGTON, DC (800) 574-1502 Print This Send This Click on a Star to Rate This as related to this project, state his/her overall design philosophy establish the criteria and procurement schedule for the Stage II and approach to the challenge of public architecture, commitment evaluation.The Stage II evaluations will include an interview to integrated design and Design Excellence, including with members of the A/E Evaluation Board. Short-listed A/E sustainability and energy conservation, new technologies, and Design Firms should be prepared to discuss all aspects of the other issues and parameters that may apply in designing a Stage II evaluation criteria provided.The contact person for this complex addition to an existing courthouse. (3) LEAD pre-solicitation is Paige L. Shin, Contract Specialist, located at DESIGNER PORTFOLIO (25%): Submit graphics (maximum of General Services Administration, National Capital Region, 7th three single-sided pages per project) and a description & D Streets, S.W., Room 2021, Washington, DC 20407, (maximum of two single-sided pages per project) for up to three telephone (202) 205-5858.The Contracting Officer is Vincent (3) building construction projects, where the construction was E. Matner, P. E.This procurement is open to both large and completed not more than 10 years prior to the Stage I submission small business concerns under the Small Business due date, representative of the Lead Designer's ability to provide Competitiveness Demonstration Program (FAR 52.219.19). design excellence. Address his or her participation in each Before award of the contract, the selected firm (if not a small project.The narrative shall address the design philosophy with business (not more than $4,500,000 gross average annual sales salient features for each project and discuss how the client's receipts over the past three years)) shall be required to present program, functional, image, economic, schedule, energy and an acceptable Small Business Subcontracting Plan in operational objectives were satisfied by the overall accordance with Public Law 95-507. As part of its commitment design/planning solution. Include tangible evidence where to socioeconomic initiatives of the Federal Government, the possible, such as certificates, awards, peer recognition, etc., GSA has established subcontracting goals of 37 percent of the demonstrating design excellence. (4) LEAD DESIGNER total subcontract amount for Small Business as follows: 6 percent PROFILE (15%): Submit a biographical sketch (maximum of is for Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB), 5 percent for three single-sided pages) including education, professional Woman-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB), 3 percent for experience, and recognition for design efforts inclusive of the HUBZone Small Businesses (HUBZ), 5 percent for portfolio examples. Identify and describe areas of responsibility Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB), 3 percent for and commitment to each project. STAGE II: In the second stage Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB), of evaluation, each of the short-listed A/E Design Firms will be and 15 percent for Other Small Businesses. In support of GSA's notified and asked to submit more detailed information regarding efforts, firms seeking consideration for this contract shall the entire A/E Project Team.The A/E Project Team shall be demonstrate a proactive effort to achieve the above considered to include the Lead Designer, A/E Design Firm, and subcontracting goals.The use of Small Business ALL outside consultants/subcontractors (including any firm(s) consultants/subcontractors will be reflected in a Small Business added to form a joint venture with the A/E Design Firm) who will Subcontracting Plan to be submitted in Stage II. A/E Design be involved in the project. On developing the A/E Project Team, Firms must provide a brief written narrative of outreach efforts A/E Design Firms are advised that at least 35% of the level of made to utilize Small, Small Disadvantaged, HUBZONE Small, contract effort must be performed in the National Capital Region Veteran-Owned Small, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small, (NCR), which includes the District of Columbia, the City of and Woman-Owned Small Business concerns in Stage II.The Baltimore, the Counties of Montgomery, Prince Georges, narrative shall not exceed one single-sided 8-1/2" x 11" typed Howard, Anne Arundel, and Baltimore in Maryland; the Cities page. Small, Small Disadvantaged, HUB Zone Small, of Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, and Manassas, and the Veteran-Owned Small, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small, Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Prince William, and Loudoun in and Women-Owned Small Business firms are strongly Virginia.The Government will not allow payment for travel within encouraged to participate as prime contractors. IMPORTANT the NCR, living expenses, computer time or hookups for the A/E INFORMATION FOR STAGE I SUBMITTALS: A/E Design Firms Design Firm, any firm(s) added to form a joint venture with the and their Lead Designers having the capability to perform the A/E Design Firm, or any of the outside services described in this announcement are invited to respond consultants/subcontractors.The A/E Design Firm must identify by submitting the SF-330 (for the A/E Design Firm) which must the contractual relationship with its Lead Designer and the entire be dated not more than twelve (12) months before the date of A/E Project Team. A sufficient period of time will be provided this announcement, along with the letter of interest to:Vincent for the short-listed A/E Design Firms to establish the entire A/E E. Matner, P.E., Contracting Officer, Bid Room #1065, Project Team and to respond to the Stage II requirements.Those GSA/NCR, 7th & D Streets, S.W., Washington, DC, 20407. A/E Design Firms will resubmit a complete SF-330 for any firm(s) Stage I submittals are due no later than 3:00 P.M. local time on added to form a proposed joint venture with the A/E Design Firm, the response date of this announcement. ONE ORIGINAL AND as well as for outside consultants/subcontractors included as NINE COPIES are required (identify one copy as the ORIGINAL). part of the A/E Project Team, and a composite SF-330 that The following information shall be placed on the outside of the reflects the entire A/E Project Team.The Government will sealed envelope(s): 1) Solicitation Number/Title; 2) Due Date; cannot modify, copy, display, reproduce,share, sell, publish, transfer, assign, or distribute The Onvia Guide or any portion thereof. For any questions regarding licenses to your otheroffice locations, please contact Onvia Customer Service at (800) 574-1502 or firstname.lastname@example.org 3 Matthew Daw,Keast & Hood Co.,WASHINGTON, DC Onvia Customer Service (800) 574-1502 Print This Send This Click on a Star to Rate This 3) Closing Time. Late responses are subject to FAR provision negotiate a fair and reasonable price. Award is subject to the 52.214.7.This contract is being procured under the Brooks Act availability of funds.This is not a request for proposals. Primary and FAR Part 36. In this process, the Government will award to Point of Contact.: Paige L. Shin, Contract Specialist the most highly qualified A/E Project Team with whom it can email@example.com Phone: 2022055858 Fax: 2027084964 The Onvia Guide © 2009-2010 Onvia, Inc. All rights are reserved. 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