BROOKLYN COLLEGE MULTIPLE LECTURE HALL UPGRADES
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On behalf of The City University Construction Fund (CUCF), Epic Management of NY, LLC (Epic), acting as Construction Manager, is soliciting the services of a General Contractor to provide all labor, material, and equipment necessary for the renovations of five existing lecture halls located in three different Brooklyn College buildings. Work to is to be completed in two phases and include but not be limited to temporary phasing work and temporary utilities, hazardous materials abatement, demolition of existing spaces, concrete work, masonry, structural steel, HVAC systems, plumbing work, fire alarm work, AV work, casework, millwork, ceramic/porcelain tile, VCT flooring, specialty ceilings, fabric panels, partitions, walls, doors, frames, hardware, electrical modifications and upgrades, information technology and communications wiring, seating, acoustic treatments and finishes as required by the plans and specifications.
There is a Project Labor Agreement (PLA) for this project. The successful Bidder and all Sub-Bidders and future Subcontractors, of all subcontracting tiers, will be required to execute a Letter of Assent for the PLA. A copy of the PLA is included as Book 2 of 6 with the Bid documents.
Bidders will be required to submit all required bid forms (forms included in Project Manual); including, but not limited to: proof of bonding capacity; project references and experience list confirming the company has satisfactorily completed a minimum of three (3) New York City building construction and/or building renovation projects in the seven (7) years prior to the Bid Opening, each in excess of $5 million, as a General Contractor which self-performed at least 5% of the Work on the referenced projects as defined within the Instructions to Bidders and Bid documents. At least one (1) of the three (3) completed projects must have been publicly-funded. Bidders must also submit proof of insurance; Bid Bond and Experience Modification Rate for past three (3) years prior to Bid opening. Subcontractor participation and/or Joint venture experience is not acceptable. See Project Manual, Instructions to Bidders and all Bid Forms for precise experience requirements and definitions.
The successful Bidder will also be required to demonstrate the 10% minimum trade self-performance
requirements for this project.
The MBE participation requirement for this project is 18%; the WBE participation requirement is 12%.