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Outreach Meetings 1063 Capitol Way Block Replacement Project. September 26, 2013 (Olympia) September 30, 2013 (Seattle). Agenda. Introduction of DES Team Members Purpose of Outreach Event Project Overview & Purpose RFQ Page-Turn Schedule & Process Attendee Questions & Input

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Outreach meetings 1063 capitol way block replacement project

Outreach Meetings1063 Capitol WayBlock Replacement Project

September 26, 2013 (Olympia)

September 30, 2013 (Seattle)


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction of DES Team Members

  • Purpose of Outreach Event

  • Project Overview & Purpose

  • RFQ Page-Turn

  • Schedule & Process

  • Attendee Questions & Input

  • Diversity Presentation

  • Informal Networking


Outreach meetings 1063 capitol way block replacement project

1063 Capitol Way S.


Project overview purpose

Project Overview & Purpose

The 2013 Legislature has authorized DES to:

  • Replace the 1063 Capitol Way S. block with

  • 200,000-225,000 square feet

  • High-performance multi-tenant office building

  • Use design-build procurement (RCW 39.10)

  • Include a five-year performance guarantee on energy, operations, and maintenance

  • The tenant lease cost of no more than $26/GSF


Proposed tenants

Proposed Tenants

Tenants prioritized by OFM Assignable square footage

  • Washington State Patrol110,000 SF

  • Office of Financial Management 30,000 SF

  • Legislative Agencies 35,000 SF

    • Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee

    • Joint Legislative Systems Committee

    • Office of the State Actuary

    • Joint Transportation Committee

    • Legislative Evaluation and Accountability

      Program Committee

    • Washington State Institute for Public Policy

  • Common conferencing & Dining Spaces 16,000 SF

    210,000 SF Total (including load factor)


Funding

Funding

Authorizing Legislation: ESSB 5035

  • Section 1109 $13 M State Bonds

  • Section 7014 (2)(b) $69 M Cert. of Participation

    Total Project Funding $82 Million

    Separate funding options are needed for:

  • Tenant furnishings and equipment

  • Parking

  • Increased lease costs for tenants

    • Estimated during pre-design and by design-build teams

    • Reviewed by OFM and reported to legislative committees

      indicating budget increases required


Design build delivery

Design-Build Delivery

RFQ is for Design-Build Teams

  • Design and Construction in one contract

  • Team incorporates all required personnel

  • Teams may be organized in various ways

  • Request for Proposals (RFP) will be issued to three short-listed finalist teams

  • The finalist teams will provide a design/cost/ performance proposal

  • Finalists not selected will receive honorarium


Selection criteria

Selection Criteria

Criteria for selecting design-build team in Phase 2

Must include: life cycle costs

energy costs

energy use index

inclusion plan

May include: design quality considerations

innovative features


High performance building expectations

High Performance Building Expectations

  • Achieve LEED Gold minimum

  • Achieve significant energy reduction compared to typical NW office building & plan for on-site renewable energy systems

  • Assure air quality

  • Use daylighting and occupancy sensors

  • Maximize use of regional materials

  • Salvage or recycle high percentage of demolition and construction waste

  • Establish energy performance guarantees over a five-year validation period


Schedule process

Schedule & Process

Aug. 15, 2013:Eco Charrette / Visioning Meeting w/ Tenants

Sept. 9, 2013: Complete initial program meetings &site tours

Sept. 18, 2013: Issue Design-Build(DB) Request for Qualifications Sept. 26, 2013Pre-submittal/info meeting in Olympia

Sept. 30, 2013Pre-submittal/info meeting in Seattle

Oct. 3, 2013Q / A session for responders in Olympia

Oct. 17, 2013 DB Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) due

Oct. 29, 2013:Notification of Finalists

Nov. 7, 2013 Issue Request for Proposals (RFP) to Finalists

Jan. 30, 2014 Designs & Proposals Due

April 25, 2014 Contract Awarded/ Notice to Proceed

Fall 2016 Complete construction


Rfq page turn

RFQ Page Turn

  • Introduction and Background

  • Minimum Qualifications & SOQ Requirements

  • Evaluation of SOQs

  • Submittal Requirements

  • Questions and Clarifications

  • Rights, Obligations, Protests & Miscellaneous

  • Minority and Women Business Enterprise Goals

  • Diverse Business Inclusion Plan: Small Businesses and Veteran-owned Businesses


Communications

Communications

  • Project web page on DES website (coming soon)

  • Outreach and Q / A Meetings for Responders

  • Register as Directed by RFQ to Receive Addenda, Etc.

  • Meetings and Regular Updates for Community Stakeholders

  • Questions/ Contact: Rick Browning, [email protected]

    360-407-9360


Des omwbe dva diversity

DES & OMWBE & DVA Diversity

  • Servando Patlán, DES Business Diversity & Outreach Manager

    [email protected]

    Phone: 360-407-9390

  • Mick Matsuzawa, OMWBE Business Development Manager

    [email protected]

    Phone: 360-664-9753


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