Current construction opportunities
UW Facilities, Project Delivery Group, will be issuing an Advertisement for Bids the 2nd week of February for the W45 and W46 Waterproofing project. The project is a full waterproofing/traffic coating replacement of the two parking garages with an approximately project value of $2M.
Once the Advertisement for Bids is advertised, complete information will be at the following website address: https://facilities.uw.edu/projects/business-opportunities/solicitations. No further project information is available at this time.
The University of Washington (UW or the University) is one of the nation’s most distinguished educational and research institutions and has one of the nation’s most beautiful campuses. The UW is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified design-build teams (which may include join ventures) to design and construct the Anderson Hall Renovation project. The University is utilizing the Design-Build alternative public works contracting procedure authorized under chapter 39.10 RCW, where the Design-Builder will be selected primarily on the basis of qualifications for the procurement, design, and delivery of the project. This project delivery method is appropriate for this project because it meets the following criteria listed in RCW 39.10.300:
(a) The construction activities are highly specialized and a design-build approach is critical in developing the construction methodology;
(b) The project provides opportunity for greater innovation or efficiencies between the designer and the builder;
(c) Significant savings in project delivery time would be realized.
Renovation of Anderson Hall, a 35,900 gross square feet (GSF), four-story concrete building clad in brick and cast stone that houses the College of the Environment’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. It is a historically significant building exemplifying the Collegiate Gothic style that defines the University of Washington’s Seattle campus. Renovation of interior program spaces to accommodate current and future instructional, research, and administrative needs. The renovation will also strategically address structural, seismic, energy, environmental conditioning, life safety, hazardous materials, accessibility, and other code deficiencies. The project will address the building enclosure long-term preservation, the safety of its occupants, and cost-efficient operations. All of these improvements balanced with the context of the historic significance of the building and a set budget that will challenge the implementation of all desired scope.
A representative from each design-build firm that intends to submit a SOQ is strongly encouraged to attend and sign-in at the pre-submission meeting scheduled for December 15, 2022 via Zoom at the following link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/95501833687
Obtaining the RFQ: A copy of the RFQ with additional information about the project and the selection process will be available on December 9, 2022 via Workday Strategic Sourcing http://go.scoutrfp.com/rfps/public/445775. Workday Strategic Sourcing (scoutrfp.com). Any addenda issued for the RFQ will be published at the same website address.
Questions: All questions regarding this RFQ should be addressed to Lara Sirois, Project Manager, University of Washington Project Delivery Group, (206) 221-4219 or email@example.com.
Bidders are invited to access this project solicitation event through Workday Strategic Sourcing.
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Current consultant opportunities
University of Washington (UW) on behalf of UW Facilities Engineering Services is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from experienced Engineering firms who can assist in providing technical insight and design for UWF departments including but not limited to maintenance shops; providing onsite technical troubleshooting; project review and comment and preparing technical documents for execution and/or evaluation.
Full advertisement available at https://go.scoutrfp.com/rfps/public/454061
University of Washington Facilities (UWF) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from experienced firms who can provide on-call professional services for State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) analysis and documentation, and local, state and federal development or environmental permits for various development projects at the University of Washington. Complete details are available at: https://go.scoutrfp.com/rfps/public/444902
The University of Washington (University) uses the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) A/E Reference File (the “File”) for selecting the most qualified consultants for selected projects where the total project cost (design, construction, and other costs) is $5 million or less. Firms interested in working with the University on these projects must submit a 330 Form to DES for inclusion in the File or update their information already in the system to reflect the type of work for which the University will be selecting consultants.
The University of Washington (UW), through UW Facilities (UWF) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications from experienced and responsible contractors for its Critical Patient Care Roster (“CPCR”), pursuant to RCW 28B.20.744, for construction, building, renovation, remodeling, alteration, repair or improvements for projects at the UW Medical Center (UWMC), Harborview Medical Center (HMC) and other facilities. The roster will be used to solicit contractors for projects through December 31, 2023.
See full RFQ attached to this posting and additional CPCR roster information at https://facilities.uw.edu/projects/business-opportunities#rosters.