Clover Park School District (Owner) is requesting proposals from prospective General Contractor/ Construction Manager firms (GC/CM Firm or Contractor) for Preconstruction Services and potential construction of the New Middle School on the Mann Middle School Site (Project). This project consists of the construction of a new middle school facility to replace the existing facility on the existing, occupied site. The existing school will remain occupied and operational during construction of the replacement school. Once the new school is completed, it will be occupied and operated while the existing school is demolished and site development takes place.
The selected GC/CM Firm shall:
If the GC/CM Firm is selected to serve as Contractor, the firm shall:
As defined under 39.10 RCW, Alternative Public Works Contracting Procedures, the Owner intends to award a contract for GC/CM services ("GC/CM Contract") utilizing a three-step competitive process to select the Most-Qualified firm. The three-step process is described in Section 4.0.
|2.0||PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND REASONS FOR USING GC/CM DELIVERY|
2.1 Project Description and Scope
New Middle School
The New Middle School will be approximately 128,000s.f., designed to house approximately 1,000 students in grades 6-8, and will be constructed on the existing 22-acre Mann Middle School property located in a residential neighborhood. The current Mann school will be occupied by staff and students during construction. When completed, the new school will incorporate students from both Mann Middle School and Woodbrook Middle School under one roof. The existing Mann Middle School will be demolished when the new building is completed and site development work to support the new facility will take place at its location. The existing Woodbrook Middle School facility will remain “as-is” and is not part of the work of this contract.
The total budgeted MACC/GMP is $50,000,000 including the cost of the work, GC/CM Risk Contingency, GC/CM Fee, Specified General Conditions, Pre-Construction Services and Negotiated Support Services. Construction is anticipated to be phased, beginning in the Summer of 2018 with completion of the new building by November 2019 for a January 2020 occupation by staff and students. Field sitework (building demolition, playfields, parking, etc.)Â at the location of the old Mann Middle School is anticipated to be complete by the summer of 2020. Early procurement and bid packages may be utilized to maximize construction efficiency, take best advantage of seasons & weather, meet the project schedule and minimize impacts due to weather and bid climate.
2.2 Anticipated Schedule
The Owner intends to complete the GC/CM Firm selection process in a timely manner and execute an agreement for Preconstruction Services by means of a separate, modified AIA A133, Agreement Between the Owner and Construction Manager as Constructor (GC/CM Contract or Agreement).
GC/CM Procurement Schedule
Dates above are subject to change. Prospective Proposers will be notified by addendum of any changes to the GC/CM Procurement schedule. If the selected GC/CM Firm and the Owner come to the conclusion that the project would benefit from the selection of an Electrical Contractor/Construction Manager (EC/CM) and/or a Mechanical Contractor/Construction Manager (MC/CM), procurement for those services will proceed following execution of the Agreement and Preconstruction Services. If deemed beneficial to the project, the selection of these subcontractors shall be pursuant to the process described by RCW 39.10.385.
Design and Construction Schedule
The above design and construction dates are preliminary and may be adjusted after the project team has evaluated project scheduling. A phased construction schedule is anticipated to minimize impacts on school schedules/operation. Early procurement and bid packages will be considered and may be utilized to maximize construction efficiency, take best advantage of seasons & weather, meet the project schedule and minimize cost impacts due to weather and bid climate.
The project will be funded by a combination of existing capital project funds, prior approved bond funds and State SCAP funding assistance. The district currently has funding in place to cover soft costs, project design services, GC/CM preconstruction services and approximately 50% of the project MACC. SCAP funding assistance will be required to supplement the district’s available capital funds for the remainder of the project MACC. The project is eligible for State SCAP funding assistance and must meet certain OSPI milestones to qualify for state funds. The contractor may be required to assist the district with State OSPI required documentation.
2.4 Reason for Using the GC/CM Delivery Method
The Owner desires to retain the GC/CM Firm as a partner early in the project to work with the Project team to research and document existing conditions, and refine and confirm overall project goals. These goals include budget, project scope, project phasing, project schedule and potential bid packages.
|3.0||SCOPE OF GC/CM SERVICES|
The Owner is seeking a highly-qualified, customer-focused GC/CM Firm, to collaborate and participate as a critical, integrated team member throughout design, preconstruction and construction phases. The successful GC/CM Firm shall demonstrate highly-effective involvement in Preconstruction Services including early scope development, estimating, constructability reviews, value engineering recommendations and risk management. The GC/CM Firm will work closely with the Owner and the design team through design, preconstruction, construction and commissioning to maximize the value and quality of the project and achieve the end goal leading to cost effective construction efficient facility operations and minimized maintenance costs.
If selected as the GC/CM Contractor, the GC/CM Firm shall provide all services typical of a general contractor including, but not limited to, CPM scheduling, on-site supervision, subcontractor coordination, safety leadership, construction meeting organization, communications, maintenance of a clean project site, training of Owner operations staff, coordination of Owner vendors such as independent commissioning agent and special inspection agencies, and coordination with Owner contractors with separate, simultaneous contracts related to the work.
3.2 Preconstruction Services
The GC/CM Firm determined to be the Most-Qualified candidate will be required to submit a Preconstruction Work Plan and budget. Subject to negotiation and approval of the Preconstruction Work Plan and budget, a GC/CM Contract will be executed which will identify an amount solely for the performance and payment of Preconstruction Services. Failure to submit a final Preconstruction Work Plan and budget to the Owner by the date specified in the Request for Final Proposal (RFFP) may render the proposal non-responsive and the Owner may begin negotiations with the next highest-ranked candidate.
During preconstruction, the GC/CM Firm shall work collaboratively and proactively with the Owner and the Owner’s Project Manager, Construction Manager, GC/CM Consultant and Architect and other members of the Design Team. The GC/CM Firm shall be responsible for providing necessary consulting expertise to the Owner to ensure that the program scope is maximized and the construction budget and the project schedule will be met.
3.3 MACC Negotiations & GC/CM Contract Award
Maximum Allowable Construction Cost (MACC)/Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) negotiations are expected to occur, pursuant to the GC/CM Agreement, when the scope of the project or phases are adequately defined and the Construction Documents are at least 90% complete, as mutually determined by the GC/CM Firm, GC/CM Advisor, design team and the Owner, but no later than the completion of the Construction Documents. At the time a MACC/GMP for the Project is successfully negotiated, the parties will sign a MACC/GMP Amendment using a modified AIA A133.
The Owner may, with the assistance of the GC/CM Firm, opt to conduct a series of negotiations for selected, smaller, defined bid packages (mini-MACC’s), prior to the successful completion of the MACC/GMP negotiation and the executed MACC/GMP Amendment, whereby each negotiation will culminate in determination of a defined portion of the work (“mini-MACC”). Upon successful negotiation of each succeeding mini-MACC the parties shall execute an amendment to the GC/CM Contract reflecting the increase in the Total Contract Cost. The cost of any such packages shall be included in the negotiated and agreed upon MACC/GMP.
3.4 Construction Services
Following successful negotiations of a MACC/GMP, the Owner and the GC/CM Firm will execute a MACC/GMP Amendment and will enter into a construction contract. The GC/CM Firm will provide full general contracting services for construction of the project in accordance with the requirements of the contract documents, except for work specifically indicated in the contract documents to be the responsibility of others.
|4.0||GC/CM EVALUATION AND AWARD PROCESS|
The Owner intends to contract for GC/CM services on the basis of a combination of qualifications, fees and using a three-step, competitive selection process in accordance with RCW 39.10. All firms submitting proposals must be registered by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries in accordance with RCW 18.27.020. All costs incurred by firms choosing to participate in the RFP process shall be borne by the proposing firms.
The process for selection of the GC/CM Firm, negotiation of the MACC/GMP, award of the GC/CM Contracts, and payment for Preconstruction Services is anticipated to be as follows:
Qualified firms interested in being considered for selection as the GC/CM Firm may submit a proposal in accordance with the submittal requirements set forth in this RFP.
4.2 Process Summary
Step 1: Responses to the RFP (Firm Qualifications) will be evaluated and well-qualified candidates from that group will be identified and short-listed for interview and further evaluation by a selection committee.
It is the Owner’s desire and intent to advance a minimum of two of the highest ranked proposers on to the Interview step of procurement.Â In the event that only one responsive RFP response is received at the date and time noted in Section 2.2 - Anticipated Schedule, or as modified by subsequent addenda, the Owner reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to either proceed with the procurement process with the single respondent; cancel the RFP and procurement process; or reschedule the due date and time for the RFP and procurement process.
Step 2: Candidates selected for further evaluation will be evaluated using a structured and scored interview process. Upon completion of the interview process, highly-qualified candidates will be identified and selected as Finalists.
Step 3: Finalists will be invited to submit Final Proposals that consist of pricing that includes the firms proposed costs for Specified General Conditions and GC/CM Fee. Prior to the due date for submission of Final Proposals, Finalists will receive an RFFP document that includes Div. 0 & 1 specification sections including a draft of the Owner’s form of Agreement, General Conditions, and a detailed matrix of items in the Specified General Conditions and GC/CM Fee. The Finalist receiving the highest combined score as a result of the responses to the RFP, interviews and Final Proposals may be identified as the Most-Qualified GC/CM Firm and selected to negotiate Preconstruction Services and enter into an Agreement with the Owner.
In evaluating the Final Proposals, the Owner reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to reject and remove from consideration any Finalist’s submittal if that Final Pricing Proposal is not within 20% of the Low Conforming Final Pricing Proposal Bid. The Owner also reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to reject any or all Proposals and to waive informalities or non-material irregularities in the proposals received.
Interim scoring for Step 1 and Step 2 will not be released during competition to the candidates, public or others. Scoring for all phases will be publically released at the conclusion of the procurement process.
4.3 Agreement for Preconstruction Services
The Final Proposals will be evaluated and the scores added to the other evaluation scores. The candidate with the highest cumulative score, based on the selection committee’s evaluation of the Responses to the RFP, the Interviews, and the Final Proposals, may be identified as the Most-Qualified GC/CM Firm. This firm shall submit a Preconstruction Work Plan and Fees. Subject to approval of the Preconstruction Work Plan and Fees by the Owner, the Contractor and Owner shall execute a Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Construction Manager as Constructor using a modified AIA A133 Agreement. This Form of Agreement will include information on compensation and payments related to Preconstruction Phase Services.
4.4 Maximum Allowable Construction Cost (MACC)/Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Negotiations
It is anticipated that MACC/GMP negotiations will occur when the scope of the project is adequately defined and the Contract Documents are at least 90% complete as mutually determined by the GC/CM Firm and the Owner, but no later than the conclusion of Construction Documents. At the time a MACC/GMP for the project is successfully negotiated, the parties will sign a MACC/GMP Amendment using a modified AIA A133.
The Contractor’s MACC/GMP estimate or estimates shall be completed no later than 21 days from receipt of the 90% Documents to be used for MACC/GMP Negotiations. In the event that the Owner and the Most-Qualified GC/CM Firm are not be able to reach agreement on a mutually satisfactory MACC/GMP the Owner determines to be fair, reasonable and within the available funds, the Owner reserves the right to terminate negotiations. Should the Owner choose to cancel the negotiations upon failure to achieve a MACC/GMP, such cancellation will be effective upon issuance and receipt of written notification to the GC/CM Firm. The GC/CM Firm will not be reimbursed for the MACC/GMP negotiations. Upon termination of the negotiations, the Owner reserves the right to begin negotiations with the next highest ranked GC/CM Firm.
|5.0||Response to Request for Proposals (50 points)|
The responses to RFPs will be evaluated on the criteria listed herein and summarized in Section 8.1.
GC/CM Firms are invited to submit clear and concise proposals as set forth below. Proposals will be evaluated for content, completeness, and responsiveness to the criteria listed below and summarized in Section 8.1. Proposal documents shall be compiled in the same order listed below, separated with tabs and labeled by response.
Submittals not meeting the following criteria for format/content may be considered non-responsive and, at the discretion of the Owner, may not be evaluated. Proposals should be limited to forty (40) pages in length, single spaced, double-sided, typewritten pages (minimum 10 point font). The page count does not include the proposal cover sheet, letter of interest, tabs or back cover. Tabs, cover and back cover shall have no substantive written information included, otherwise they will be counted in the in the forty (40) pages. Pages printed on both sides will count as two pages. Resumes will count towards the page limit. All information shall be printed on 8.5-inch by 11-inch paper, except for charts, exhibits, and other illustrative and graphical information which may be 11-inch by 17-inch, but must be folded down to 8.5-inch by 11-inch and each side will be counted as one page (a maximum of four (4) 11”x17” pages will be allowed). Submittals exceeding the page limit may be considered nonresponsive and may not be evaluated.
Note:Â In the event that only one responsive RFP submittal/response is received at the date/time noted in Section 2.2 - Anticipated Schedule, or as modified by subsequent addenda, the Owner reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to either proceed with the GC/CM procurement process with the single Proposer; cancel the RFP and GC/CM procurement process, or reschedule the due date/time for the RFP and procurement process. In the event that the RFP and GC/CM procurement process is cancelled, the Owner reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to either reissue the RFP for GC/CM Services at a later date, revise the project delivery method (i.e. Design/Bid/Build, etc.), or cancel/postpone the project.
GC/CM Firm candidates shall submit proposals including the information below in the following sequence:
5.1 Letter of Interest: (0 points)
The letter of interest should not be more than two (2) pages and may contain any information not shown elsewhere in the submittals. Also, submit an executed Certification of Suspension and Debarment Form (this form is a requirement for consideration of the Statement of Qualifications). See Exhibit A.
In addition, please include the following information in your Letter of Interest:
5.2 Staff Qualifications: (16 points)
Please provide an organizational chart and a narrative staffing plan showing proposed staff, reporting relationships and key responsibilities for each staff member. Describe roles and responsibilities for preconstruction and construction phase services. Clearly identify the key individual(s) who will provide a leadership role for the project and be the day-to-day contact(s) for the Owner. Demonstrate how each such individual has successfully accomplished a similar role on other projects.
At a minimum, include background information and experience for the staff members who will fulfill the following roles:
The proposer will provide, for the duration of the project, the full complement of staff, including the key individuals identified in this proposal. Staff members proposed will be required to fully participate as proposed and deliver the Project during the entire duration of the schedule. Staff changes proposed by the selected GC/CM Firm after the award of a contract for services will be permitted only by expressed, written permission of the Owner.
Provide detailed resumes for each proposed staff member listed above, including:
The following Contractor’s personnel are considered “key personnel” and it is desirable that they meet the following minimum qualifications:
Senior Project Manager:
Senior Project Superintendent(s):
Senior Project Engineer(s):
5.3 Firm Past Performance on Relevant Projects: (10 points)
Please provide a description of the history and capabilities of your firm including.
5.4 Self-performed Work, Location, and Current Workload: (6 points)
5.5 Accident Prevention, Safety, and Claims (2 points)
5.6 Project Approach: (14 points)
5.7 SBE/DBE/MWBE/Local Business/Apprenticeship Approach (2 points)
The Owner is committed to supporting the local economy and promoting the participation of local businesses, small business enterprises and socially and economically disadvantaged business enterprises.
5.8 Reference Checks
The Owner reserves the right to conduct reference checks for the highest scoring firm(s) after qualifications have been evaluated, and/or after interviews have been held. In the event that information obtained from the reference checks reveals concerns about the firm’s past performance or their ability to successfully perform the contract to be executed based on this RFP. The Owner may, at its sole discretion, determine that the firm is not qualified and may select the next highest-ranked firm whose reference checks validate the ability of the firm to successfully perform the contract to be executed based on this RFP. In conducting reference checks, the Owner may include itself as a reference if the firm has performed past work for the Owner, even if the firm did not identify the Owner as a reference. Likewise, the Owner reserves the right to check references for the firm from others even if they were not identified by the firm as references in the submitted proposal.
|6.0||Interviews (40 Points)|
GC/CM firms that submitted a proposal and are found to be well-qualified will be selected for further evaluation and an interview by a selection committee using a structured and scored Interview process.
At a minimum, the corporate executive, project manager, superintendent(s), preconstruction manager, project engineer(s) and cost estimator dedicated to the project shall plan to be in attendance at the Interview. In addition to presenting an overview of their qualifications, experience and anticipated project approach, interviewees will be expected to respond to supplemental questions from the selection committee.The interview may also include a short “team activity” designed to test the collaborative nature and problem solving skills of the team.Â Specifics related to the length and format for the Interviews will be provided to the short listed firms at the time of invitation to Interview.
Upon completion of the Interview process, highly-qualified candidates will be identified, selected as Finalists and invited to submit a Final Proposal.
|7.0||Final Proposals (10 Points)|
Finalists will be invited to submit a response to a Request for Final Proposal (RFFP). The criteria that the Owner will use to score the Final Pricing Proposals are identified in Section 8.3.
The Final Proposals shall identify Specified General Conditions that include subtotal monthly costs for key personnel, a subtotal for other specified general conditions and a lump-sum amount for the total Specified General Conditions and an amount for a GC/CM Fee expressed as a percentage and dollar amount. The terms “GC/CM Fee” and “Specified General Conditions Work” will be defined in the RFFP and the GC/CM Contract documents.
The Specified General Conditions shall be shown as the monthly rate for key personnel, which will be multiplied by the duration of the project in months, which will be tallied and added to a lump-sum dollar amount for other Specified General Conditions to identify a total lump-sum dollar amount for Specified General Conditions Work. The Fee shall be stated as a percentage, which will be multiplied by the estimated GC/CM MACC to determine a single, lump-sum dollar amount of the GC/CM Fee. The dollar amount of the GC/CM Fee will be added to the dollar amount for the Specified General Conditions Work to determine a single amount that will constitute the GC/CM Firm’s total Final Bid amount.
The proposals received by the Owner will be reviewed by a selection committee, the identity of which is confidential until after completion of the GC/CM Firm selection process. The evaluation criteria have been assigned the following points:
8.1 Response to Request for Proposals (Qualifications)
An agenda of the interview process will be provided in advance to the GC/CM Firms selected to be interviewed. The candidates’ interview performance shall be scored by the selection committee and included as part of the GC/CM Firm’s total score. Specific interview evaluation criteria and weighted scoring for those criteria will be set by the Owner. The maximum points available for the interview will be 40 points.
8.3 Final Proposal
Finalists selected after the interview process will be invited to submit a sealed Final Proposal for the GC/CM Fee and Specified General Conditions. The lowest responsive and conforming Final Proposal bid will receive 10 points. All other Final Proposal bids shall be scored as follows:
Points earned based on the Response to RFP and Interviews, will be added to the points received in the RFFP for a total maximum possible of 100 points. The responsive GC/CM Firm receiving the highest combined score will be determined to be the Most-Qualified GC/CM Firm and may be selected to negotiate an agreement with the Owner that provides for Preconstruction Services and MACC/GMP negotiations.
|9.0||PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS|
9.1 Submittal Delivery
Interested GC/CM Firms shall submit a Proposal, in response to the RFP, for GC/CM Services in a sealed envelope or box clearly marked as “(Contractor Name), Response to RFP for GC/CM Services, Clover Park School District - New Middle School”. The submittal shall include:
Proposals must be received by 3:00 PM (PST), Monday, August 28, 2017, unless modified by addendum, and must be delivered by hand (in person or by courier) or by U.S. Mail to:
Latanya FigueroaThe Owner’s Purchasing Department will record the date and time of receipt of the submittal as evidence of the actual receipt of the submittal.
The Owner will not accept proposals by facsimile or electronic transmission.
Any proposal that fails to meet the deadline or delivery requirements may be rejected and returned to the GC/CM Firm without having been opened, considered, or evaluated.
In the event of any conflicts between the hard copy and electronic copy (CD, DVD, or flash drive), the hard copy will prevail.
9.2 Cancellation of RFP or Postponement of Submittal Due Date and Time
The Owner reserves the right to cancel this RFP at any time. The Owner also reserves the right to change the date and time for receiving submittals prior to the date and time established for submittal.
9.3 Project Information/Pre-Submittal Conference
A pre-submittal project information conference will be held at 1:00pm (PST), Wednesday August 18, 2017, unless modified by addendum, at:
Mann Middle SchoolProspective GC/CM firms are strongly encouraged to attend. Attendees should arrive before the designated start time. The intent of the Pre-Submittal Conference is to provide information about the project and to assist the candidate’s understanding of the requirements of the RFP. Prospective candidates are encouraged to submit questions prior to the Pre-Submittal Conference to enable the Owner or GC/CM Consultant to prepare responses.
9.4 Cost and Return of Submittals
Prospective GC/CM Firms are responsible for all costs of preparing and submitting a proposal and participating in the GC/CM Firm selection process. Submittal documents remain the property of the Owner and shall not be returned.
9.5 Collusion or Improper Contact
The Pre-Submittal Conference and interview shall be the only opportunity for candidates to speak directly with representatives of the Owner, design team and GC/CM Consultant regarding the Project and selection process. Any other contact with Owner’s staff, design team members or GC/CM Advisor regarding this RFP, other than communications identified in Section 9.4 is strictly prohibited. GC/CM Firms violating this prohibition may be disqualified from competition.
9.6 Public Disclosure of Submittals
Submittals and documents received by the Owner in response to this RFP and GC/CM Firm selection are public records subject to Chapter 42.56 RCW, the Public Records Act. GC/CM Firms should clearly identify in its submittals and documents any specific information that it claims to be confidential or proprietary. After a decision to award the contract has been made, the submittals will be available for inspection by the public.
If the Owner receives a Public Records Act request to view the information marked confidential or propriety in a GC/CM Firm’s submittal following an award, the Owner’s sole obligation shall be to notify the GC/CM Firm (1) of the request and (2) of the date upon which such information will be released to the requester unless the GC/CM Firm obtains a court order to enjoin that disclosure pursuant to RCW 42.56.540. If the GC/CM Firm fails to timely obtain a court order enjoining disclosure, the Owner will release the requested information on the date specified.
9.7 Non-Disclosure Obligation
Any data provided by the Owner either before or after Contract award shall only be used for its intended purpose. Contractors and Subcontractors shall not utilize nor distribute Owner provided data in any form without the express written approval of the Owner.
If at any time, the Owner revises, deletes, clarifies, or otherwise modifies the RFP, the Owner will issue a written Addendum to the RFP. GC/CM Firms interested in submitting proposals shall provide their contact information (company name, mailing address, name of primary contact person, e-mail address and phone number) at the time of requesting a copy of the RFP. The Owner will notify GC/CM firms of addenda via the E-mail address provided as a contact. It shall be the firm’s responsibility to obtain, read and address addenda information in their proposal. The GC/CM firm shall acknowledge receipt of addenda in the Letter of Interest portion of the Response to the RFP and in the Final Proposal.
9.9 Questions and Interpretation of the RFP
Oral interpretations of the RFP shall not be provided. All RFP questions and comments from prospective GC/CM Firms shall be submitted in writing to the Owner no later than the dates specified in Section 2.2 - Anticipated Schedule or as modified by addendum. Oral explanations or instructions are not binding. Any information modifying the RFP will be furnished solely by written addendum. Communications concerning this RFP with other than the persons listed below may cause a prospective GC/CM Firm to be disqualified.
GC/CM firms submitting a Final Proposal certify the following registrations, approvals and coverages in effect when submitting the Proposal:
If the GC/CM Contract is a covered transaction for purposes of 49 CFR Part 29, the GC/CM Firm will be required to verify that neither the GC/CM Firm nor its principals, as defined at 49 CFR 29.995, nor affiliates, as defined at 49 CFR 29.905, are excluded or disqualified as defined at 49 CFR 29.940 and 29.945. The Contractor is required to comply with 49 CFR 29, Subpart C and must include the requirement to comply with 49 CFR 29, Subpart C in any lower tier covered transaction it enters into. By signing and submitting a Contract, the GC/CM Firm certifies as follows:
The certification in this clause is a material representation of fact relied upon by the Owner. If it is later determined that the GC/CM Firm knowingly rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to remedies available to the Owner, the Federal Government may pursue available remedies, including but not limited to suspension and/or debarment. The GC/CM Firm agrees to comply with the requirements of 49 CFR 29, Subpart C while performing the Contract and further agrees to include a provision requiring such compliance in its lower tier covered transactions.
A bid bond is not required to be submitted as part of the response to RFP. However, a submittal of a letter from Surety, identifying the GC/CM firm’s ability to bond this project, is required to be submitted as part of the Response to the RFP. The RFP shall be considered valid for 60 days.
A party protesting, for any reason, the RFP and RFFP documents, RFP and RFFP procedures, selection of candidates for further evaluation and interviews, decisions by the Owner, or any other aspect arising from or related in any way to the GC/CM Firm selection process shall cause a written protest to be filed and be delivered to the Owner at:
The written protest shall include:
Protests may only be submitted by prospective GC/CM Firms that have submitted a Proposal and parties showing a substantial financial interest in the solicitation or award of any GC/CM Contract.
Protests shall be filed and received by the Owner no later than two business days of the E-mail notification of the selection decision.
In no event shall a protest be considered if all Proposals are rejected.
Upon receipt of a properly submitted written protest, the Owner will consider the protest and shall respond in writing to the protest prior to the award of a GC/CM Contract. The decision of the Owner shall be final.
Failure to comply with these protest procedures will render a protest waived.
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CLOVER PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT
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The mission of Clover Park School District is to ensure each child learns what he or she needs to know to succeed and contribute to the community.