Details for ADVERTISEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGERCONSTRUCTION OF WINONA COUNTY JAIL177 MAIN STREET, WINONA

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGERCONSTRUCTION OF WINONA COUNTY JAIL177 MAIN STREET, WINONA, MNQualification packages will only be accepted via email at webertom@justusservice.com All submittals for the following must be received no later than November 15, 2019, at 4:30 pm CST: Winona County is seeking construction management firms to submit qualifications in providing services for the construction of the Winona County Jail. The following is a summary of the complete Request for Qualifications: The County intends to hire a construction management firm to provide project management, design and construction oversight for the building of a new jail facility in Winona County. The Winona County Board has determined a new jail is needed in Winona County. Specifically, the Winona County Board is seeking to design a 98 classified bed jail facility with an alternative for a 78 classified bed facility. It is assumed that the existing jail facility will be adaptively designed as part of the overall project. It is a requirement of the Winona County Board of Commissioners that the successful construction firm will not be able to bid on actual construction of the project, if applicable. When the project is approved by the Winona County Board, the County will move to the construction phase. The intent of this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is to select an experienced Contractor to provide Construction Management At Risk (CMAR) services for the preconstruction, including the preparation and submission of a guaranteed maximum price (GMP), and construction phase services for a Winona County jail, site development, storm water systems, utility service construction and connections, accompanying access entrance drives, surface parking areas, and landscaping. The project will include utilizing the space occupied by the existing Winona County jail facility. The County is seeking, and proposers shall consider, potential adaptive uses for the space including a juvenile detention bed space, and specialized areas for mental health and medical crisis, and other uses commonly facing jail populations. The facility shall be designed and built in compliance with the following requirements: Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC), Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Compliance with the American Correctional Association (ACA) standards will also be a consideration. It is of utmost importance the following be met:A. The total project cost includes design, site preparation, testing, construction, furniture-fixtures, equipment, transition costs, and fees.B. The design-bid-build approach shall be utilized.C. The new jail is anticipated to adaptively reuse the pre-existing jail and secure tunnel access located at 201 West Third Street, Winona, MN 55987 as well as adjacent land. D. The architect shall work with the Jail Construction Planning Committee (JCPC) to achieve an efficient and effective design. The driving forces behind the success of this project will be cost-efficiency, yet maintaining the integrity of the security of the jail as defined by Minnesota and national regulations. E. The submittal requirements listed below must be met.For the complete Request for Qualifications, including the submittal requirements and exhibits, please visit: https://www.co.winona.mn.us.For questions, please contact Tom Weber, Project Consultant, webertom@justusservice.com, or (608) 386-5555.10/11 thru 10/31 LAC40399

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