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  • 208016 Request for Qualifications from Design-Build Teams



    The State of Florida, Department of Military Affairs (DMA), Construction and Facility Management Office (CFMO) requests qualifications from your firm for Design-Build Services for the Project Number 208016 for a new Engagement Simulation Training (EST) facility to be located at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center, 5629 State Road 16, West, Starke, Florida 32091.

    You must go to the Vendor Bid System on the myfloridamarketplace website: main_menu for complete submission requirements and information.

    POINT OF CONTACT: Department of Military Affairs, Construction and Facility Management Office, Contracting Branch (904)823-0255 or 0252, e-mail: cfmocontracting@

    SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED: CFMO will contract with a single contract entity whose Design-Build team shall provide all services including, but not necessarily limited to site investigation, survey (topographical and utility), soils report, preconstruction, programming, schematic and preliminary designs, constructability reviews, complete design and engineering, life cycle cost analysis, construction documents, specifications, detailed line-item construction cost estimates, procurement, permitting and permits, bidding, labor, materials, equipment, construction management, and construction required to provide a complete facility. The selected Design-Build team is required to deliver this project within or under the approved budget of $535,000.

    PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project will consist of installing a 50 foot by 150 foot metal pre-engineered building with two 12 foot by 12 foot roll up doors at each end. The building will have an interior ceiling height of 16 feet to accommodate the Engagement Simulation Training Equipment and other simulation devices. A 3 foot by 7 foot door will be required for entry into the building. The facility has to meet the Specifications as per TC-25-8.

    The structure will include male/female latrines, storage controller rooms, scenario rooms, and classroom. Building requires HVAC and required electrical service for building components.

     The building will need to meet current Florida Building Codes and ADA requirements. The structure will be engineered to meet applicable wind load requirements for the area. Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) requirements will have to be met.

    SUBMITTAL DUE DATE: Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 4:30 p.m.

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