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Ted Strickland / Governor State of Ohio Hugh Quill / Director Ohio Department of Administrative Services

Ohio Register

Information of Interest for the Architectural, Engineering and Construction Industry

Issue Number 185

January 2009

Response Deadline:

Varies by project

Jeffrey Westhoven / Deputy Director General Services Division Craig Weise / State Architect State Architect's Office Angie Carder / Editor State Architect's Office 4200 Surface Road Columbus, OH 43228-1395 v: 614.752.0448 f: 614.644.7982 e: [email protected] Ohio Register: http://ci.oaks.ohio.gov State Architect's Office Web site: http://www.ohio.gov/sao An Equal Opportunity Employer

Request for Qualifications

The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft Street Toledo OH 43606

Project Name Project Location City / County Medical Mall Completion UT's Health Science Campus Toledo / Lucas L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail Toledo 43606 419.530.1448 Fax 419.530.1401 [email protected] The University of Toledo Chuck Lehnert Ohio Owner/Agency The University of Toledo Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Joy Martin 2801 W. Bancroft MS 216 Toledo 43606 419.530.1068 Fax 419.530.1401 joy.marti[email protected] Ohio

www.utoledo.edu e: [email protected] v: 419.530.1448 f: 419.530.1401

Response Deadline 01 / 30 / 2009 Project Number UTO-091463 4:30 p.m. local time

2801 W. Bancroft MS 216

*Mail 2 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description The University of Toledo (UT) is soliciting Qualifications for professional services for the filling in of space between the new Orthopedics Center and Dowling Hall at UT's Health Science Campus. This roof structure will allow or currently unused space to be transformed into a large waiting space for outpatient radiology and other medical boutiques.

B.

Scope of Services The University if searching for a professional design firm or a team made up of mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering firms that can interpret input from our Facilities and Construction group, design a solution around a particular system and oversee the implementation of the project with minimum disruption to our day to day operation. During the construction period, provide not less than 4-16 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Medical Mall Completion C. Funding / Estimated Budget $2,700,000 $2,480,000 $220,000 State Funding Other Funding Local Funding Project Number UTO-091463

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing

E.

Anticipated Schedule March 2009 June 2009 July 2010 August 2010

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the SAO Web site at www.ohio.gov/sao (click on Forms / Documents). The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft Street Toledo OH 43606

Project Name Project Number Medical Mall Completion The University of Toledo UTO-091463 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.utoledo.edu e: [email protected] v: 419.530.1448 f: 419.530.1401

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 100 miles 101 ­ 150 miles Over 151 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 11+ licensed professionals < $ 500,000 $ 500,000 - $ 750,000 > $ 750,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 5 3 0 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

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Request for Qualifications

The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft Street Toledo OH 43606

Project Name Project Location City / County Ash Silo UT HSC Energy Center UT's Health Science Campus Toledo / Lucas L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail Toledo 43606 419.530.1050 Fax 419.530.1401 [email protected] The University of Toledo Harvey Vershum Ohio Owner/Agency The University of Toledo Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Joy Martin 2801 W. Bancroft MS 216 Toledo 43606 419.530.1068 Fax 419.530.1401 [email protected] Ohio

www.utoledo.edu e: [email protected] v: 419.530.1448 f: 419.530.1401

Response Deadline 01 / 30 / 2009 Project Number UTO-091465 4:30 p.m. local time

2801 W. Bancroft MS 216

*Mail 2 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description The University of Toledo (UT) is soliciting for a qualified engineering firm for professional services with experience in coal ash vacuum removal systems for the replacement of the existing ash silo and ash handling system and related equipment located at the University's Health Science Campus Energy Center.

B.

Scope of Services The University if searching for a professional design firm or a team made up of mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering firms that can interpret input from our Facilities and Construction group, design a solution around a particular system and oversee the implementation of the project with minimum disruption to our day to day operation. During the construction period, provide not less than 4-16 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Ash Silo UT HSC Energy Center C. Funding / Estimated Budget $1,000,000 $900,000 $100,000 State Funding Other Funding Local Funding Project Number UTO-091465

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing

E.

Anticipated Schedule March 2009 May 2009 August 2009 September 2009

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the SAO Web site at www.ohio.gov/sao (click on Forms / Documents). The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

The University of Toledo 2801 W. Bancroft Street Toledo OH 43606

Project Name Project Number Ash Silo UT HSC Energy Center The University of Toledo UTO-091465 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.utoledo.edu e: [email protected] v: 419.530.1448 f: 419.530.1401

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 100 miles 101 ­ 150 miles Over 151 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 11+ licensed professionals < $ 500,000 $ 500,000 - $ 750,000 > $ 750,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 5 3 0 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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Request for Qualifications

North Central State College 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield., Ohio 44901-0698

Kehoe Center and Health Sciences HVAC Renovation 175 Mansfield Ave/ 2401 Kenwood Circle Shelby/Mansfield / Richland L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail North Central State College Dean M. Schaad Ohio Fax 419.526.5068 Owner/Agency North Central State College Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Dean M. Schaad 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield 44901-0698 417.755.4855 Fax 410.526.5068 [email protected] Ohio

www.ncstatecollege.edu V:419-755-4855 f: 419.526.5068

Project Name Project Location City / County

Response Deadline 02 / 04 / 2009 Project Number NCC201

4:30 p.m. local time

2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield 44901-698 419.755.4855 [email protected]

*Mail 3 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description The project at the James W. Kehoe Center of the North Center State College is located at 175 Mansfield Ave Shelby, Ohio 44875 in Richland County. This Kehoe Center project will replace two (2) existing 30-yr old low pressure boilers that heats 175,000 square feet of space. Energy efficient measures will also be addressed in the heating system to conserve energy. The project at the Health Sciences Center is located at 2401 Kenwood Circle Mansfield, Ohio 44906 The Health Sciences project will renovate the McQuay chiller to provide more efficient energy standards. B. Scope of Services

For projects advertised with an appropriately-developed Program of Requirements (POR), upon award of the Agreement, commence with Design. For projects without such a POR, upon award of the Agreement, commence by developing the Program of Requirements. The selected Associate, as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner the cost breakdown of the Associate Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Conceptual Development, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide: not less than 4 hours (excluding travel time) on-site each week, including attendance at progress meeting(s), a brief written report of each site visit, on-site representation comprised of A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate type(s) of construction administration experience.

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Project Name James W. Kehoe Center & Health Sciences HVAC Renovati C. Funding / Estimated Budget 360,000.00 313,200 31,200 State Funding Other Funding State Funding HB562 N/A Project Number NCC201

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Mechanical Engineering

E.

Anticipated Schedule March 2009 May 2009 July 2009 September 2009

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

N/A

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

North Central State College 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield, Ohio 44901-0698

Project Name Project Number James W. Kehoe Boiler Replacement NCC201 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.ncstatecollege.edu v: 419.755.4855 f:419.526.5068

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 80 miles 80 ­ 90 miles Over 90 miles Small = < 3 licensed professionals Medium = 4 ­ 8 licensed professionals Large = > 8 licensed professionals < $ 250 $ 250 - $ 500 > $ 500 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3- ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 4- 5 4-5 1 -3 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

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Request for Qualifications

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Response Deadline 02 / 10 / 2009 Project Number OSU-080237 L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n 4:30 p.m. local time

Project Name Project Location City / County

Vivian Hall - Demolish and Restore Site 2121 Fyffe Road Columbus / Franklin

Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail

The Ohio State University Rick Van Deusen Ohio Fax 614.292.2539

Owner/Agency The Ohio State University Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Bernard Costantino, University Architect 2009 Millikin Rd, room 400 Columbus 43210 614.292.4458 Fax 614.292.2539 [email protected] Ohio

2009 Millikin Rd, room 400 Columbus 43210 614.292.5979 [email protected]

*Mail 6 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description This project will demolish, which includes relocation of electrical service passing through the building, abatement of hazardous materials to allow sustainable recycling, partial demolition and capping of the utility tunnel, water line termination, new electrical switch, feeder terminations, new manholes, and duct bank relocation. In addition, site studies for future building pads and landscape design services are required. At the Universities discretion, design services may be expanded to include utility relocation north of Lane Avenue and demolition of the Poultry Breading Houses.

B.

Scope of Services Upon award of the Agreement, commence by developing the Program of Requirements (PoR). The selected Architect/Engineer ("A/E"), as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner, the cost breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. Participate in the Encouraging Growth, Diversity and Equity ("EDGE") Program as required by statute and the Agreement. Design must comply with the requirements of House Bill 251 Inter-University Council guidelines for energy use reduction. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: PoR, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 5 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name C. Vivian Hall - Demolish and Restore Site Project Number OSU-080237

Funding / Estimated Budget $1,500,000 $1,080,000 8.23% State Funding Other Funding NA University Funds

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions). Required Professional Liability Insurance will be $1,000,000 per claim and annual aggregate.

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural MEP Engineering Hazardous Material Abatement Consulting Civil Engineering Structural Engineering Landscape Architecture

E.

Anticipated Schedule June 2009 August 2010 December 2010 March 2011

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Design quality and demonstrated ability of prospective firm and its proposed consultants to provide design services which represent the University's Design Values for Campus Development which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/documents/design_values.pdf. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected firm will be required to sign the Professional Design Services Agreement, which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. No modifications to the requirements in the contract will be accepted. Interested AE firms are required to submit current proof of licensure provided by State of Ohio, Board of Examiners of Architects and Engineers. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must also be attached to the selected A/E's Fee Proposal. Both forms can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the University (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

Project Name Project Number

Vivian Hall - Demolish and Restore Site OSU-080237

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 51 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 11 licensed professionals < $ 250,000 $ 250,000 - $ 750,000 > $ 750,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 5 5 1 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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Request for Qualifications

North Central State College 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield., Ohio 44901-0698

Fallerius Technical Education Center Addition 2441 Kenwood Circle /Mansfield / Richland L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail North Central State College Dean M. Schaad Ohio Fax 419.526.5068 Owner/Agency North Central State College Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Dean M. Schaad 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield 44901-0698 417.755.4855 Fax 410.526.5068 [email protected] Ohio

www.ncstatecollege.edu V:419-755-4855 f: 419.526.5068

Project Name Project Location City / County

Response Deadline 02 / 09 / 2009 Project Number NCC202

4:30 p.m. local time

2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield 44901-698 419.755.4855 [email protected]

*Mail 3 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description This project involves a two story addition approximately 7,500 gross s.f. total area, to the existing two story building Modifications of existing systems, to some degree, is anticipated. The addition will accommodate a new main entrance to the Fallerius Building. The addition will also provide administrative offices and a student learning center providing students a quality learning environment. Construction phase planning will be required to facilitate the existing building's uses and operations throughout the construction period.

B.

Scope of Services

For projects advertised with an appropriately-developed Program of Requirements (POR), upon award of the Agreement, commence with Design. For projects without such a POR, upon award of the Agreement, commence by developing the Program of Requirements. The selected Associate, as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner the cost breakdown of the Associate Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Conceptual Development, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide: not less than 4 hours (excluding travel time) on-site each week, including attendance at progress meeting(s), a brief written report of each site visit, on-site representation comprised of A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate type(s) of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Fallerius Technical Education Center Addition C. Funding / Estimated Budget 1,150,000 1,000,000 100,000 State Funding Other Funding Private Funding N/A Project Number NCC202

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural Mechanical Electrical Structural

E.

Anticipated Schedule March 2009 May 2010 September 2010 September 2010

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

0%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours.

Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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North Central State College 2441 Kenwood Circle Mansfield, Ohio 44901-0698

Project Name Project Number Fallerius Technical Education Center NCC202 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.ncstatecollege.edu v: 419.755.4855 f:419.526.5068

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 80 miles 80 ­ 90 miles Over 90 miles Small = < 3 licensed professionals Medium = 4 ­ 8 licensed professionals Large = > 8 licensed professionals < $ 250 $ 250 - $ 500 > $ 500 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3- ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 4- 5 4-5 1 -3 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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Request for Qualifications

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Response Deadline 2 / 20 / 2009 Project Number OSU-090219 L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n 4:30 p.m. local time

Project Name Project Location City / County

Kennedy Commons Renovation 251 West Twelfth Avenue Columbus / Franklin

Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail

The Ohio State University Kristin Poldemann Ohio Fax 614.292.2539

Owner/Agency The Ohio State University Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Bernard Costantino, University Architect 2009 Millikin Rd, room 400 Columbus 43210 614.292.4458 Fax 614.292.2539 [email protected] Ohio

2009 Millikin Rd. Room 400 Columbus 43210 614.292.6105 [email protected]

*Mail 6 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description

Kennedy Commons currently houses three traditional dining halls with seating capacity of up to 600 people, a main kitchen, serving lines, dry food storage, dishwashing space, and support facilities for campus dining staff. This project is a preliminary study and design to improve the existing conditions of the Kennedy Commons complex, analyzing the functional suitability with respect to current, potential, and future departmental uses. The primary focus of the project is the interior organization of the campus dining operations within the complex, improving the aesthetics of the dining halls, and re-organizing the main kitchen that will support all three dining halls. The design will address the look of the dock area visible from twelfth avenue, evaluate all utility connections, main service feeds, and create a ceremonial entrance marking the main egress off of twelfth avenue. This project is the first phase of the Food Service Master Plan to renovate traditional dining commons to better accommodate the demands of students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus.

B.

Scope of Services

The ("A/E") team will develop a detailed Study and Program of Requirements for approximately four concepts with supporting cost estimates as an additional service. The initial study should provide a detailed building condition audit and life cycle cost analysis as the first step to assist in prioritizing a list of items that should be renovated or replaced in support of the outcome of the study and its options. The selected team will assemble a comprehensive guide and options to revitalize this dining facility for students, staff, and visitors. The options will be required to comply with local building codes, health department requirements, and ADA standards. Once the study has been completed the project will continue with the traditional phases of design and construction. The selected Architect/Engineer ("A/E"), as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner, the cost breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. Participate in the Encouraging Growth, Diversity and Equity ("EDGE") Program as required by statute and the Agreement. Design must comply with the requirements of House Bill 251 Inter-University Council guidelines for energy use reduction and OSU's Draft Green Build Policy. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Study, Program of Requirements, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 12 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name C. Kennedy Commons Renovation Project Number OSU-090219

Funding / Estimated Budget $12,500,000.00 $8,564,954.00 8.25% State Funding Other Funding University Funds

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions). Required Professional Liability Insurance will be $1,000,000 per claim and annual aggregate.

D. Primary

Services Required Architect Engineer (MEP) Consultant Food Service Consultant Hazardous Material Consultant Elevator Consultant Landscape Architect

E.

Anticipated Schedule June 2009 March 2010 August 2011 October 2011

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Design quality and demonstrated ability of prospective firm and its proposed consultants to provide design services which represent the University's Design Values for Campus Development which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/documents/design_values.pdf. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected firm will be required to sign the Professional Design Services Agreement, which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. No modifications to the requirements in the contract will be accepted. Interested AE firms are required to submit current proof of licensure provided by State of Ohio, Board of Examiners of Architects and Engineers. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must also be attached to the selected A/E's Fee Proposal. Both forms can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the University (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

Project Name Project Number

Kennedy Commons Renovation OSU-090219

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 51 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 20 licensed professionals Large = > 21 licensed professionals < $ 500,000 $ 500,000 - $ 1 million > $ 1 million Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 1 5 3 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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Request for Qualifications

Division of Administration and Finance Planning + Design + Construction P.O. Box 210186 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0186

Project Name Project Location City / County Crosley Tower Façade Repairs West Campus - Crosley Tower Cincinnati / Hamilton L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail University of Cincinnati Dale Magoteaux Ohio Fax 513.556.4885 Owner/Agency University of Cincinnati Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Dale Magoteaux 51 Goodman Drive, Suite 600 Cincinnati 45219 513.558.8999 Fax 513.556.4885 [email protected] Ohio Response Deadline 02 / 10 / 2009 Project Number UCN-08070B 4:30 p.m. local time

51 Goodman Drive, P.O. Box 210186 Cincinnati 452210186 513.558.8999 [email protected]

*Mail 5 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SF330 form) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description The Crosley Tower is located on the north side of the University of Cincinnati Uptown West Campus. Constructed in 1966, it is a slip formed concrete tower. Fifteen stories are exposed above ground with one story located below grade. The building is occupied by Chemistry among other Arts & Sciences departments. Over the years, moisture in the concrete has caused corrosion of the reinforcing steel and spalling of the concrete façade. The purpose of this project is to repair the façade to eliminate the danger of such falling spalls. The scope of the project is to remove and repair all spalls and apply a corrosion inhibitor on the façade, and then the application of a surface coating over the concrete after the application of the corrosion inhibitor. This would require that the building be rigged for access, including the wall projections at the top of the building.

B.

Scope of Services The selected Architect/Engineer ("A/E"), as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the University, the cost breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement detailed cost components to address the University's project requirements. Participation in the Encouraging Growth, Diversity and Equity ("EDGE") Program is required by statute and the Agreement. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Cost Estimates, Schedule, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, PostConstruction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to the State Architect Office ("SAO") Manual www.ohio.gov/sao for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 12 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Crosley Tower Façade Repairs C. Funding / Estimated Budget $950,000.00 $650,000.00 10% State Funding Other Funding $950,000 Project Number UCN-08070B

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the University, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Structural Engineer Cost Engineer Scheduling

E.

Anticipated Schedule 03/2009 09/2009 01/2010 04/2010

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

0%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SF330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the University's Web site at www.uc.edu/architect/documents/forms/table.asp. The Intent to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (http://business.ohio.gov/efiling/help/dma.stm).

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Division of Administration and Finance Planning + Design + Construction P.O. Box 210186 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0186

Project Name Project Number Crosley Tower Façade Repairs UCN-08070B Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 50 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 5 ­ 25 licensed professionals Large = > 25 licensed professionals < $ 50,000 $ 50,000 - $ 100,000 > $ 100,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 1 3 5 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

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Publish Date: January 20, 2009

Request for Qualifications

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Response Deadline 2 / 06 / 2009 Project Number 315-07-1517 L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n 4:30 p.m. local time

Project Name Project Location City / County

Cunz Hall Renovation (CA) 1841 Millikin Rd. Columbus / Ohio

Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail

The Ohio State University Nikolina Sevis Ohio Fax 614.292.2539

Owner/Agency The Ohio State University Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Bernard Costantino, University Architect 2009 Millikin Rd, room 400 Columbus 43210 614.292.4458 Fax 614.292.2539 [email protected] Ohio

2009 Millikin Rd. Columbus 43210 614.292.0962 [email protected]

*Mail 4 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description The Ohio State University (Owner) requests written proposals to secure independent Commissioning Authority (CA) services for the Cunz Hall Renovation Project, located in Columbus, Ohio. The University is committed to commissioning this facility to ensure that all systems are well designed, complete and functioning properly upon occupancy, and that staff has adequate system documentation and training. The Owner also requires that this facility be commissioned to satisfy the requirements for LEED certification. The project is currently under consideration to be registered under LEED-NC version 2.2. The Owner is seeking the services of a qualified commissioning authority/firm for a renovation project. The project is 68,049 gross s.f. 4-story building in Columbus, Ohio with a construction budget of approximately $16 million. The facility includes faculty offices, staff office areas, classrooms, conference rooms, atrium, labs, and lab support space. Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design, LTD is the Architect; Camp Dresser and McKee Inc. is the Mechanical/Electrical Engineer; Shelly Metz Bauman and Hawk is the Structural Engineer; Camp Dresser and McKee is the Civil Engineer. The current phase of the project is Design Development. The construction documents are expected to be complete by June 2009. Construction is anticipated to begin Sept 2009, and final occupancy by September 2011. B. Scope of Services The objective of commissioning is to provide documented confirmation that a facility fulfills the functional and performance requirements of the building owner, LEED commissioning requirements, occupants, and operators. To reach this goal, it is necessary for the commissioning process to develop and document the owner's criteria for system function, performance, and maintainability; as well as, to verify and document compliance with these criteria throughout design, construction, start-up, and the initial period of operation. In addition, complete operation and maintenance (O&M) manuals, as well as training on system operation, should be provided to the building operators to ensure the building continues to operate as intended. Continued on next page...

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Request For Qualifications continued

Project Name B. Cunz Hall Renovation (CA) Project Number 315-07-1517

Scope of Services continued The commissioning authority should be involved throughout the project from design through the warranty phase. The CA will be responsible for reviewing and thoroughly documenting the Owner's Requirements and Basis of Design through interviews with representatives of the Project Engineer, University Architect, Facilities Operations and Development and the end user. The primary role of the CA during the overall design phase is to develop detailed commissioning specifications and review design to ensure it meets the Owner's objectives as well as LEED certification requirements. During construction, the CA develops and coordinates the execution of a testing plan, which includes observing and documenting all system's performance to ensure that systems are functioning in accordance with the Owner's objectives and the contract documents. The CA is not responsible for design or general construction scheduling, cost estimating, or construction management, but may assist with problem solving or resolving nonconformance issues or deficiencies. The required expertise for this project will be based on skill and experience set of the full team making the proposal. A member of the prime firm will be the designated Commissioning Authority who is the member of the team that will coordinate the commissioning activities from the technical perspective. This party may not necessarily be the team's overall project or contract manager. The Commissioning Authority must have significant in-building commissioning experience, including technical and management expertise on projects of similar scope. If the Commissioning Authority or prime firm does not have sufficient skills to commission a specific system, the prime firm shall subcontract with a qualified party to do so. Subcontractor qualifications shall be included and clearly designated in the response to this RFP.

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Request For Qualifications continued

Project Name C. Cunz Hall Renovation (CA) Project Number 315-07-1517

Funding / Estimated Budget $24,394,821.00 $16,623,605.00 0.5% State Funding Other Funding HB496 & HB562 Local Funds

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions). Required Professional Liability Insurance will be $1,000,000 per claim and annual aggregate.

D.

Services Required Mechnical, Electrical, Plumbing, LEED, Fire Alarm, and Elevator Commissioning Services N/A

E.

Anticipated Schedule

Primary Secondary

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

April 2009 NA NA September 2011

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Design quality and demonstrated ability of prospective firm and its proposed consultants to provide design services which represent the University's Design Values for Campus Development which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/documents/design_values.pdf. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected firm will be required to sign the Agreement for Commissioning Services, which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. No modifications to the requirements in the contract will be accepted. Interested firms are required to submit current proof of licensure provided by State of Ohio, Board of Examiners of Architects and Engineers. Interested firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the CA's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Commissioning Agreement, the selected firm must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the University (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Commissioning Selection Rating

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

Project Name Project Number

Cunz Hall Renovation (CA) 315-07-1517

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 51 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 3 licensed professionals Medium = 4 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 15 licensed professionals < $ 50,000 $ 50,001 - $ 250,000 > $ 250,001 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 1 3 5 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 4 of 4

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Publish Date: January 22, 2009

Request for Qualifications

Central Ohio Technical College 1179 University Drive Newark, Ohio 43055

Project Name Project Location City / County Ariel Hall Renovation 236 South Main Street Mount Vernon / Knox L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner/Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail Central Ohio Technical College Brian Boehmer Ohio Fax 740.366.9449 Owner/Agency Central Ohio Technical College Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Brian Boehmer 1179 University Drive Newark 43055 740.366.9363 Fax 740.366.9449 [email protected] Ohio

www.cotc.edu v: 740.366.9363 f: 740.366.9449

Response Deadline 2 / 18 / 2009 Project Number N/A 4:30 p.m. local time

1179 University Drive Newark 43055 740.366.9363 [email protected]

*Mail 7 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description This project will completely renovate 34,650 GSF of Ariel Hall (the Knox Campus of COTC). Located in downtown Mount Vernon, Ohio, the building was originally constructed in 1979 and has undergone several renovations including a new roof installed in summer 2008. The new facility will include classrooms, chemistry and nursing labs, offices, a large seminar room and public accommodations. The existing HVAC, plumbing, fire alarm and electrical systems will be updated and/or replaced as needed to accommodate the final design. Alterations to the exterior façade will likely be part of the renovation. Site improvements are anticipated including, but not limited to, pavement repair/replacement, site lighting and landscaping. A feasibility study on the building was completed in 2006 and is included with this Request for Qualifications. The selected Architect/Engineer ("A/E") will prepare a detailed POR as an Additional Service. B. Scope of Services The selected Architect/Engineer (A/E), as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner the cost breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. Design must achieve a LEED Certification and comply with the requirements of House Bill 251 Inter-University Council guidelines for energy reduction. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Programming, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Cost Estimating, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase and other possible Extra Services and Additional Services of all types (including Scheduling, Commissioning and Testing Services). Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 10 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Request For Qualifications continued

Project Name C. Ariel Hall Renovation Project Number N/A

Funding / Estimated Budget $4,277,790 $3,115,425 7.51% State Funding Other Funding H.B. 420 / ALI #C36907 Local

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural MEP Engineering Structural Engineering Scheduling Commissioning Testing Services Signage/Wayfinding

E.

Anticipated Schedule June 2009 July 2010 October 2011 August 2011

Professional Services Start Construction Contracts Start Professional Services Completed Construction Contracts Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

0%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method (CPM) schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. No modifications to the requirements in the contract will be accepted. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

Pre-Proposal Meeting: Facilities Planning & Operations staff will present an overview of the Project and Contract requirements, followed by a tour of Ariel Hall at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 11, 2009. The meeting will be held at Ariel Hall, 236 South Main Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio, 43050. This pre-proposal meeting will provide the only public forum for potential applicants and team members to view the site and ask questions of the College prior to the submission deadline. Other than this meeting, no personal tours or contact with the occupants of Ariel Hall will be permitted.

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

Central Ohio Technical College 1179 University Drive Newark, Ohio 43055

Project Name Project Number Ariel Hall Renovation N/A Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.cotc.edu v: 740.366.9363 f: 740.366.9449

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 51 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 5 ­ 25 licensed professionals Large = > 25 licensed professionals < $ 50,000 $ 50,001 - $ 100,000 > $ 100,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work < 0-2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) > 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 1 1 1 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations < 0-3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) > 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference < 0-3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) > 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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t

Feasibility Study Knox Campus Central Ohio Technical College

JBA Architects, P.C. 1000 Sharon Valley Road Newark, Ohio 43055 Tel: (740) 366-3391 Fax: (740) 366-3394

Korda/Nemeth Engineering 1650 Watermark Drive, Suite 200 Columbus, Ohio 43215 Tel: (614) 487-1650 Fax: (614) 487-8981 June 1, 2006

Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I

Contents

Introduction-3 Goals-4 Executive Summary-6 Existing Facility Assessment-7 Zoning-8 Structure-10 Plumbing/Fire Protection Assessment-14 HVAC Assessment-16 Electrical Assessment-20 Existing Site Plan-23 Existing Basement Plan-24 Existing First Floor Plan-25 Existing Second Floor Plan-26 Code Issues and Renovation Recommendations-29 HVAC System Renovation Recommendations-30 Electrical System Renovation Recommendations-34 Preliminary Design Basement Plan-38 Preliminary Design First Floor Plan-39 Preliminary Design Second Floor Plan-40 Code Analysis-41 Conclusions-55 Cost Projections-56 Photographs-57

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I

Introduction

The Central Ohio Technical College retained JBA Architects, P.C. and their consultants, Korda/Nemeth Engineering, Inc. to assess and document the current condition of property at 224-336 South Main Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio. This property is under consideration for acquisition as the future Knox Campus of Central Ohio Technical College. The purpose of Phase I of this report is to survey and evaluate the existing building as to its adaptability for use as an educational facility.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I

Goals

Over the past three weeks, architects and engineers from JBA and K/NE have performed an Existing Building Facility Assessment and the results of this effort are included in this report. The recommendations are based on the physical condition of the building, assessing the building with respect to bringing the facility up to current building code standards as related to life safety issues, structural strength, light, ventilation and sanitation. Any property owner who intends to construct, enlarge, alter, repair or change the occupancy of a building, or portion thereof shall first make application to the building official and obtain the required approval. The interior of this building will require extensive alteration. The building use as it exists is Business Group B. Educational occupancies above the 12th grade are also Group B uses and most of the building will not require a change of occupancy. The existing cinema is currently Assembly Group A-1 use and will require a change in occupancy for this portion.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Special Issues and Concerns When an existing building is proposed for extensive renovation special attention must be focused on the following: · Are the fire resistive qualities of the major building elements suitable for the proposed use? · · Will the structure support the weight of the proposed use? Are the elements of the "mean of egress" components the stairways, corridors, the door frames and doors of sufficient width and fire ratings to handle the number of occupants calculated for the proposed use? · · Can any of the existing restrooms be reused? Is the size of the building, the area per floor and the height in number of stories and in dimension, less than or equal to the maximums permitted by Code for the proposed use? · Is the proposed use an acceptable occupancy for the Zoning District within which the project is located?

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I

Executive Summary

The recommendations in the Phase I report are based on conceptual designs completed by JBA Architects in May 2005 and assume full use of the basement. Phase II will generate a more detailed Program of Requirements during planning sessions with the Campus Planning Team. From that POR more detailed preliminary floor plans and building elevations will be developed as well as a detailed cost estimate. Phase I and Phase II cost projections represent the expense of rebuilding, modernization and code compliance to adapt this structure for use as a college building. Our estimates are based on cost data information published by the R.S. Means Construction Cost Data Company and our own historical cost data of similar projects designed by JBA Architects and Korda/Nemeth Engineering. The floor plans and elevations contained in the Phase I report are preliminary in concept and should not be misconstrued as a final design. These plans have been developed for discussion only and have been used as the basis of our cost projections and to verify the fit of the Program of Spaces within the existing envelope.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I

Existing Facility Assessment

A visual inspection of 224-336 South Main Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio was conducted on May 8, 2006. The original building construction drawings dated March 22, 1979 and drawings dated December 2004 from a recent interior alteration were available for review. The building was constructed by development company, R.A. Bergs General Contractor Company of Mount Vernon for ICO Industries, Inc. The existing drawings are very minimal as is typical of documentation done for development companies. In fact, no plumbing drawings exist at all. There are no building specifications or subsurface geotechnical information available. The building is two stories with a partial basement. There is no basement space below the theaters, theater lobby and restrooms. The basement area is 9,003 SF and the first floor has 13,085 SF. The second floor has 10,007 SF bringing the total floor area to 32,095 SF. From the available documentation it appears this building was designed per the Ohio Basic Building Code in force in 1979 and has a mixed-use designation of A-1 Assembly (Motion Picture Theater) and B-Business for the remainder of the ground floor level, and all of the basement and second floor. The inspection team's primary objective was to assess the facility and it's architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, and fire protection components and note the physical and operational deficiencies.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I

Zoning

One of the purposes of municipal zoning ordinances is to promote and uphold the public health, safety, general welfare and morals of the City through regulations of the use of land and the type, size and use of structures. The Zoning Ordinance delineates zoning distinct boundaries in a manner, which is comprehensive and includes all land and structures similar in nature, use and circumstance to the extent feasible. Section 1151.05 of the City of Mount Vernon Zoning Code requires Application for Zoning and enforcement of zoning regulations for all "structures or parts thereof...reconstructed, enlarged or structurally altered, nor is any building to be used or occupied which does not comply with the (zoning) district regulations established...for the district in which the building...is located." The building proposed for the Knox Campus is located in the CB or Central Business District. The actual use of the building is Office-Institutional which is a Permitted Use within the CB District. The purpose of the Mount Vernon CB District is to accommodate and encourage further expansion and renewal in the historical core business area of the City. The CB District permits a variety of businesses, institutional, public, quasi-public, cultural and other related uses to encourage an effort to provide a mix of activities necessary to establish a true urban character. With an existing structure or an existing lot many of the zoning standards such as minimum lot area, maximum lot coverage, minimum lot width, minimum front yard side yard and rear yard setbacks and maximum building height are fixed and established.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Three zoning requirements that will impact our application for a zoning permit are: parking requirements and loading facilities, signage and refuse collection areas.

Parking The required number of parking spaces for a college university is one per instructor and employee and one for each ten students. The 1:10 ratio is probably based on a residential type campus and not a commuter campus and will not provide sufficient parking for the Knox Campus. Based on experienced at the COTC Coshocton Campus, a parking space to student ratio of 1:4 is more realistic. With a projected enrollment of 600 students, parking must accommodate 150 vehicles plus an overlap quantity for class changes. Therefore, parking for 200 students plus instructors and employees would be desirable. Mount Vernon Zoning Code, Off Street Parking and Loading Facilities; Chapter 1174.04 (e) (3) requires written legal agreements with other property owners assuring retention of adequate spaces to be filed with the application for a zoning permit. When parking is not located on the same lot with the building or an adjacent property owned by the same entity.

Loading and Refuse Collection Loading space and refuse collection areas are currently handled off the alley behind the building and in the parking area east of the alley. Future accommodations of these zoning requirements will be in the same manner and location.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Signs Mount Vernon sign regulations are extensive and comprehensive. The intent is to encourage the proper development and use of graphics to obtain a more attractive economic, business and physical appearance for the community. All signs are subject to regulations, approval and permits by the City of Mount Vernon Zoning Code.

Structure

The available structural documentation has been examined by Korda/Nemeth to determine if the existing structure has the load carrying capacity for the intended new use. The foundations for this building are conventional spread concrete footers. The footers appear to be designed for approximately 2,000#/SF soil bearing capacity. The building perimeter foundation walls are 14" thick reinforced concrete masonry unit construction. The foundation wall adjacent to the existing building to the north appears to be designed as a reinforced concrete retaining wall to protect the existing building during the construction of 224 to 336 South Main Street. The perimeter exterior walls are load-bearing masonry as are the walls of the two theaters. The first and second floor structures are conventional open web steel joists on beams supported by internal steel columns and the load-bearing masonry walls on the exterior. The floor assembly in the basement and the theater suite is concrete slab on grade. The remainder of the first floor and all of the second floor assembly is made of 2 ½" reinforced concrete

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I over 1 ½", 22 gauge metal deck supported by the steel joists. The floor-to-floor height is 12'-0". The structure of this building has not been designed to support an additional floor. The roof structure is open web steel joists on beams supported by steel columns and the perimeter load bearing masonry walls. The roof deck is 1 ½" corrugated metal supporting 3" of rigid roof insulation protected by an original 4-ply built up roof with gravel ballast. This roof has had a single ply EDPM membrane roof applied over the original assembly. The structural engineer has determined that the structure is capable of supporting the uniformly distributed live loads of 40 psf for classroom space, 50 psf for offices, 80 psf for corridors above the first floor and 100 psf for first floor corridors and lobbies required by code for the new proposed use.

Exterior Closure The exterior of the building is 4" brick veneer masonry, 2" rigid styrofoam insulation and concrete unit masonry construction. The brick is in excellent condition, has weathered well and generally can be considered as having a life expectancy of 100+ years. There is slight evidence of limited efflorescence, which can be cleaned by a qualified masonry contractor. The drawings do not indicate any through wall masonry flashing which is generally considered to be a highly desirable method of controlling moisture that infiltrates all masonry construction. However, there is no evidence on the inside of the building of any deleterious effects of moisture infiltrating the exterior envelope.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Roof The existing Built Up Roof (BUR) was re-roofed in November 1996 with a 60 mil adhered EDPM Carlisle single membrane roof over the existing BUR. The new roof has a 10-year warranty that will expire on 11/13/2006. The roof appears in good condition. The existing warranty can be transferred to a new owner for a nominal fee of $400 to $500. This would allow COTC to purchase a warranty extension of 5 years for approximately $1.00/SF or $13,700. The warranty # is 152369. Contact Tom Krouse, Carlisle SynTec, 1288 Essex Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43201. The roof has a minimal slope to the internal roof drains. The roof parapet has a small decorative overhang on the three visible sides of the building that appears to require repainting.

Doors and Windows The windows are original to the project and appear in fair condition. They are commercial architectural quality, aluminum framed windows with insulating glass. The frames do not appear to be thermally broken and will likely condensate in extremely cold weather. The storefront windows on the first floor are recessed and somewhat protected. The doors are standard aluminum storefront entrance doors that can be reconditioned and used again. Several insulating glass units in the windows have broken seals leaving a slightly foggy appearance.

Insulation The thermal insulation in this building would not meet today's strict Energy Code. The exterior walls have 2" of styrofoam

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I insulation for an R-value of 10. The roof insulation is 3" of rigid fiberglass roof insulation for an R-value of approximately 12.

Interior Construction Most of the interior construction will be gutted and little time was spent assessing these interior components. There is only one enclosed stair from the basement and at least one new enclosed stair will be required from the basement level and from the second floor level that leads directly to the outside. The addition of an enclosed stair is required due to the number of occupants this building will have. The monumental stairway in the north lobby is open and does not comply as a required means of egress. The stairway railings, riser height and tread width do not meet current code standards. The building has two elevators. The passenger elevator is 2,500 lb. capacity and is large enough to meet ADA size requirements but lacks ADA compliant visual, audible and sensory controls. This elevator serves all floors of the Business occupancy from the North Lobby space. The freight elevator is accessed from the alley and also serves all levels. Both elevators can be updated with modern digital machinery controls and the passenger elevator can be brought up to ADA standards.

Restrooms The existing public restroom located from the first floor theater lobby does not contain a sufficient quantity of fixtures to accommodate the proposed use. These restrooms, in their current internal configuration, do not comply with ADA accessibility

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I standards. The second floor restrooms from the 2005 renovation do meet ADA standards and should be retained.

Plumbing / Fire Protection Assessment

Plumbing The building is currently served by a 2-inch water service, entering the building through the basement wall fronting South Main Street, in the northwest corner of the basement. The meter is located within the building and no building backflow preventer was observed. The building domestic water service size is 2 inches and the observed static domestic water system pressure was 87 psig at the basement fixture level. The building has a 4,500 watt, 40-gallon, residential-grade electric water heater located in a closet in the first floor theater lobby that serves the basement and the first floor plumbing fixtures. The age of the unit is undetermined, and while the unit appears to be in good condition, the service life remaining in the unit is unclear. Its location is such that it will need to be relocated, in which case replacement is recommended. A second electric water heater rated at 1500 watt, 12-gallon capacity was installed in 2005 serving the second floor restrooms. This unit is in good condition and can be re-used, depending on the new layout of the building. A sump pump is located in the floor in the northwest corner of the basement, and it appears to be discharging into a sanitary line leaving the building roughly 30 inches below grade on the west side of the building. The sump pump appears to be draining a

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I perimeter footing drain. The basement level plumbing fixtures appear to be draining by gravity, not into the sump pump. Several floor drains in the basement level have 1-foot standpipe extensions attached to them. These devices are typically used to prevent damage from sewer backups and may be an indicator of past problems. The unoccupied portions of the building have a mixture of flush valve operated and tank type water closets. Fixtures generally appear to be in usable, but worn condition. New restrooms were built on the second floor in 2005, which have new tank-type water closets, flush valve-operated urinals, lavatories with manual faucets, and a janitor's service sink. The building is fed by a gas service with a single regulator located outdoors and a two meters located indoors. The exact routing of the indoor gas piping has not been determined.

Fire Protection No spaces within the building were identified as currently being sprinkled.

Code Issues The water service to the building does not meet current codes for backflow prevention. A backflow protection device must be added. The storm water sump pump currently discharges into the sanitary system. During remodeling, the sump pump discharge will need to

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I be disconnected from the sanitary system and extended outside the building to connect to the city storm water system. As a minimum, the lower level will need to be sprinklered in order to comply with OBC Section 903.2.10. Sprinkling the entire basement will require over 45 heads and the system will be too large to be accommodated by a Limited Area sprinkler system. The 2-inch water service is not sufficient for the sprinkler demand and a new water service is required. The upgrade of water service to meet the basement sprinkler demand will most likely be sufficient to meet the demand of sprinkling the total building.

HVAC Systems Assessment

Basement Heating and Cooling System The basement is heated by a gas-fired furnace located in a basement equipment room. The unit is an assembly of two residential-type units by the use of a twinning kit, and each furnace contains a direct expansion (DX) cooling coil for air conditioning. A single air-cooled condensing unit for the DX coils is located on the roof. The furnace unit is original equipment installed in 1980 and appears functional, but is well past its expected service life. The condensing unit on the roof is a replacement installed around 1992. Combustion air for the furnace was designed to be introduced through openings in the mechanical room to the outdoors via the area well on the northeast side of the building. Openings through the building wall are visible from the outside of the building, but no openings were found inside the mechanical room. This furnace unit has no source of fresh air for ventilation.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I First Floor Tenant Heating and Cooling System The first floor tenant spaces are heated by a gas-fired furnace located in a basement equipment room. The unit is an assembly of two residential-type units by the use of a twinning kit, and each furnace contains a direct expansion (DX) cooling coil for air conditioning. A single air-cooled condensing unit for the DX coils is located on the roof. The furnace unit appears to have been replaced around 1996 and is functional. The condensing unit on the roof is a replacement installed around 1994. Combustion air for the furnace designed to be introduced through openings in the mechanical room was to the outdoors via the area well on the northeast side of the building. Openings through the building wall are visible from the outside of the building, but no openings were found inside the mechanical room. This furnace unit has no source of fresh air for ventilation.

Theater Heating and Cooling Systems The two theater spaces are heated and cooled by rooftop air conditioning units with gas-fired heating sections. Each theater is served by one unit, and both are original equipment installed in 1980 and both appear to be functional, but because of their age, they are beyond their expected service life.

SW Second Floor Tenant Heating and Cooling System The tenant spaces located in the southwest corner of the second floor are heated and cooled by a rooftop air conditioning unit with gas-fired heating section. The unit was replaced in 2004 and appears functional and in very good condition.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I NW Second Floor Tenant Heating and Cooling System The tenant spaces located in the northwest corner of the second floor are heated and cooled by a rooftop air conditioning unit with gas-fired heating section. The unit was replaced in 2005 and appears functional and in very good condition.

Second Floor Shell Space Heating and Cooling System The unimproved shell space located on the east side of the second floor are heated and cooled by a rooftop air conditioning unit with gas-fired heating section. The unit is original equipment installed in 1980 and appears to be functional, but because of its age, it is beyond its expected service life.

Ventilation Systems The indoor furnaces have no outside air connections. Consequently, no fresh air is directly delivered to the basement spaces or to the office portions of the first floor. The rooftop air conditioning units have the capability to induct some amount of fresh air into the spaces they serve, depending on the unit's damper settings and condition of the unit's internal controls. Based on the equipment types, the amounts of fresh air delivered are highly likely to be rather low.

Exhaust Systems The building has no centralized toilet exhaust system. The toilet rooms in the second floor tenant spaces are mechanically exhausted by ceiling-mounted exhaust fans that exhaust through roof vents. The basement had a kitchen exhaust hood that has been removed.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Air Distribution Systems All supply, return, and exhaust ductwork observed is either galvanized sheet metal ductwork or flexible ductwork. The basement spaces, the first floor tenant spaces, and the second floor shell spaces have been designed to use the ceiling plenum as part of the return air system. The second floor tenant spaces have ducted return air systems.

Control Systems All the units each have a single wall-mounted thermostat to cycle the unit's heating and cooling capacity on and off in response to space temperature. Consequently, multiple spaces that are served by the same unit are all controlled by a single thermostat, which at times will most likely result in uncomfortable conditions in some of the spaces. No time-of-day control devices for equipment start/stop and night setback were observed.

Code Issues A reliable source of combustion air must be provided for the furnaces located in the basement, either by adding wall opening from the boiler room to the outdoors, or by the installation of a fanpowered combustion air makeup unit. The fresh air delivery rates will need to be upgraded to meet the current building code. Fresh air must be delivered to all the occupied basement spaces, as well as all other spaces in the building that are not equipped with operable windows.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Existing HVAC Equipment Summary Area Basement 1st Floor Retail West Theater Space East Theater Space 2nd Floor Suite A (SW Corner) 2nd Floor Suite B (NW Corner) 2nd Floor Shell

Heating Cooling MBH MBH

Year Installed 1980/1992 1996/1994 1980 1980 2004 2005 1980

Make and Model Number Lennox Furnace G81-220V-3 with Carrier 569BPX090 ACCU Bryant Furnace 330AAV0601120 with 569CPX090 ACCU Lennox Rooftop Unit GCS3-1353-175A Lennox Rooftop Unit GCS3-1353-175A Bryant Rooftop Unit 580FPV073115 Bryant Rooftop Unit 580FPV091180 Lennox Rooftop Unit GCS3-1853-275A

176 196 140 140 144 144 206

90 90 135 135 73 90 200

Electrical Assessment

Electrical distribution and service entrance The building is currently served by a utility provided pole mounted transformers located in the alley on the east side of the building. There are two separate services to the building, both are served by the same utility source. The older service conductors are terminated in a buss duct tap box on the exterior of the building. The bussduct extends into the building along the exterior wall down to the switchboard located in the basement electrical room. The bussduct and service size is 2000A, 3 phase, 4 wire main service switchboard at 208/120V. The existing switchboard uses fusible switches for distribution. No spaces or spares are identified or available. The second service installed in 1991 extends along exterior wall then into the building to a 600A, 3 phase, 4 wire main service distribution switchboard. No spaces or spares are available.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Load center type panels are located in several locations and are generally 225A, 3Ø, and 4W main lug type. Most have spare or space available. The kitchen panel is 400A, 3Ø, 4W and serves large equipment loads. Devices are generally located in every wall in office areas and other spaces. Additional receptacles are located in kitchen area for various pieces of equipment.

Fire alarm system The building does not have a fire alarm system. There are existing wall mounted smoke detectors and sounders located in the elevator lobbies.

Lighting Lighting in public elevator lobbies, open stairs, and movie theater spaces are generally incandescent cans. Lighting in the office areas and basement, are generally 2'x4' or 2'x2' recessed lensed fluorescent troffers. Most utilize T12 lamps and most likely contain magnetic ballasts. Lighting fixtures in the second floor renovated areas utilize T8 lamps and contain electronic ballasts. Emergency egress lighting battery packs are located in corridors, stairwells and in common spaces.

Sound System Abandoned sound system ceiling mounted speakers are located in the basement.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Voice/Data system The voice/data system service entrance is located in a separate room in the basement. Telephone outlets in various locations are served from this location. A limited data network system is located on the second floor office area.

Code Issues A code compliant fire alarm system is not installed in the building. Emergency egress lighting is spaced too far apart and does not meet the required lighting levels along the path of egress. The elevator shunt trip operation will need to be investigated, and if not present, the installation does not meet current codes. The existing duct running through the electrical room may limit expandability options in the renovations.

Miscellaneous The existing elevator does not have a shunt trip operator or phone line. There is no CATV system service to the building. There was no electronic security observed in the building.

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Code Issues and Renovation Recommendations

Fire Protection The basement is considered a below grade windowless story. As such it is required to have an automatic sprinkler system. A large part of the cost of installing a sprinkler system is installing a new larger water service to the building. The additional cost of sprinklering the first and second floors will be minimal and may be offset by the cost of other fire rated assemblies and interior finishes that will be required when those floors are not sprinklered. Building wide suppression of the first and second floor is not required by Code, but is recommended.

Stairways Stairway exits from the basement are not code compliant. There is sufficient exit capacity through numerous exterior doors. The second floor is deficient of code compliant exits and the tread rise and tread width does not meet current code standards. One second floor exit is through the lobby by way of an open monumental stair. This is permitted only if the lobby space is a fire rated enclosure, which it is not. The other exit from the second floor is by way of an outside open, steel fabricated fire escape. This is no longer acceptable as a means of egress. Current code requires all exterior stairways be protected from the weather.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I JBA recommends one new fire rated stairway from the second floor to the basement be added in the southeast corner of the building with an exit direct to the exterior at the first floor level. The other stairway from the basement should be extended from the first floor to the second floor. This will provide two fully enclosed means of egress for the basement and the second floor levels. The monumental stair near the elevator can remain as an auxiliary stair.

Restrooms The building currently has the fixture capacity to handle the occupant load, but they are spread throughout the building in a haphazard manner. Only the new second floor restrooms built in 2005 are ADA compliant but they lack effective visual screening from the corridor. JBA recommends the 2005 restrooms be retained with minor screening modifications. The balance of the required fixture capacity should be constructed in new compact, efficient, ADA compliant facilities in the first floor and basement levels.

Structure On the first floor level, JBA recommends one of the existing theater spaces be retained as a seminar space. The existing sloped floor is ideal for lecture style seating. The second theater space should be filled in to provide additional classroom space on the first floor. The upper level of both theaters can be filled in with a structural floor to provide an additional 2,900 SF of classroom and laboratory space on the second floor.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Thermal Resistance and Moisture Protection Since this is an existing building, we will not be required to meet the Model Energy Code standards for new construction. We recommend that additional insulation and vapor barriers be added where the opportunity presents during renovation. Particular attention should be paid to using energy efficient heating and cooling equipment and lighting systems. The existing single ply membrane roof appears to be in good condition for being approximately 10-years old. The roof is a high quality Carlisle 60 mil EPDM fully adhered system. The warranty can be extended for 5 years for a reasonable cost, however, that the $13,700 extention fee can provide a lot of repair over the next five years and you may never have to spend that entire amount. This decision is the Owner's to make.

Plumbing/Fire Protection Systems Renovation Requirements

Plumbing A new domestic water service will be provided to the building with a new meter and an approved backflow preventer. Based on preliminary observations, a 4-inch water service and a 3-inch meter and backflow preventer will be required. New plumbing fixtures will be provided throughout the renovated spaces, and in the existing public spaces. The proposed renovations will require the replacement of essentially all the plumbing supply, waste, and vent piping throughout the building, except occupied second floor tenant spaces to remain.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I New domestic water risers will be routed up through the mechanical chases that serve the new plumbing fixtures. All new toilet rooms will be provided with vitreous china fixtures. Urinals and water closets will be wall-hung and provided with manually operated flush valves. Laboratory sinks will be stainless steel or acid-resistant resin. All toilet rooms with more than two plumbing fixtures will be provided with a floor drain. Floor drains will be provided throughout mechanical rooms as required. A make-up water line with a reduced pressure backflow preventer and a shut-off valve will be provided for new hydronic HVAC systems. All of the new sanitary waste and vent piping will be made of cast iron pipe. Some isolated sinks in the chemistry area will require acid waste neutralization. Because of the small quantity of material and the small number of sinks involved, the recommendation for treatment of acid waste is, under-counter neutralizing sumps at each lab sink.

HVAC Systems Renovation Requirements

HVAC System Criteria The HVAC systems in the building need to be able to support the intended use of the building. Per the building code, each classroom space will need to receive 15 cfm of fresh air per person and each seminar room will need 20 cfm of fresh air per person requiring a large amount of fresh air ventilation to comply with the building code, and a large number of zones of control. The basic premise for all HVAC systems options being proposed is that the

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I temperature of each classroom, laboratory, and seminar room in the building should be individually controlled.

Heating/Cooling System Option I One HVAC system design option is to install one (or more) large rooftop air conditioning units on the roof, and distribute supply air through ductwork to the building. Supply ductwork would extend through chases and ceiling cavities, and each space or group of spaces needing individual temperature control would have a terminal box and a thermostat to control the air and volume entering the space. The same air that would be heating and cooling the spaces would also be providing fresh air for occupants and make up air being exhausted. The source of cooling during warm weather would be a DX refrigeration system, factory-packaged within the rooftop air conditioning units. During cold weather, a limited amount of heat is provided within the air conditioning unit to temper the ventilation air. The majority of the heating for space temperature control would be provided at each terminal box, either in the form of electric resistance heat or in the form of a hot water coil connected to a building heating hot water system and natural gas boilers. This system is conventional in approach, flexible, and has a moderate first cost. The main drawback to this system is the space required for chases that will be needed to enclose the ductwork that pass from the roof level down to the first floor, and the spaces needed above the ceilings for ductwork and air distribution. Some of the space

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I constraints can be relieved if the ceiling cavity was used as a return air plenum.

Heating/Cooling System Option II A second option is to provide a central ventilation system that would deliver room-temperature air to all the occupied spaces in the building, for fresh air to meet building codes, and to make up any exhaust air. This unit would be a simple rooftop air conditioning unit with modest heating and cooling capabilities. Each space or group of spaces, needing individual temperature control, would have a fan coil unit installed in it. The fan coil unit would draw in room air, and heat or cool it as required to meet space needs as determined by its respective room thermostat to maintain comfort. Heating hot water and chilled water will be separately piped to each fan coil (typically called a four-pipe system). This system will require the installation of one or more gas-fired heating hot water boilers as a central source for building heat and an air-cooled water chiller for mechanical cooling. This system will require less ceiling and shaft space that Option I for roughly the same first cost, and can be designed so that each space have individual temperature control, if need be. The use of the dedicated makeup air system provides an opportunity to consider heat recovery on the ventilation air.

Heating/Cooling System Option III A third option would also provide a central ventilation system that would deliver room-temperature air to all the occupied spaces in the building, for fresh air to meet building codes, and to make up any exhaust air. This unit would be a simple rooftop air

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I conditioning unit with modest heating and cooling capabilities. Each space or group of spaces, needing individual temperature control, would have a water source heat pump unit installed in it. The heat pump unit would draw in room air, and heat or cool it as required to meet space needs as determined by its respective room thermostat to maintain comfort. Each heat pump has the ability to heat or cool its space as needed, regardless of the outside temperature conditions, and each is connected to a single water loop for heat rejection and absorption. This system will require the installation of one or more small gas-fired, high efficiency, heating hot water boilers to heat the water loop during cold weather. During warm weather, a evaporative cooling unit or cooling tower will reject heat from the loop. During mild weather, the mix of heat pumps that are heating and cooling typically balances out and no heating or cooling of the water loop may be needed. This system will require less ceiling and shaft space that Option I for less cost, and can be designed so that each space has individual temperature control, if need be. The use of the dedicated makeup air system provides an opportunity to consider heat recovery on the ventilation air. The system can be a low energy consumer during mild and intermediate weather. Each heat pump contains a refrigeration compressor, and the heat pumps are located in the occupied spaces, so one drawback is that unit operation can be somewhat noisy. A second drawback resulting from this is that the heat pumps have limited life and can begin to fail in 10 to 15 years. Keeping them operating requires a certain amount of maintenance, most of which must be performed on the units within occupied spaces.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Exhaust Systems Exhaust from toilet room groups are recommended to be ducted together and exhausted through a few centralized roof-mounted exhaust fans. Laboratories should be exhausted separately from toilet rooms, with a separate roof-mounted exhaust fan per laboratory space.

Controls The installation of a computer-based building automation system (BAS) is recommended for the building. The BAS will be based on Automated Logic, have web-based access features, and be fully compatible with the existing Newark campus system. The BAS will have direct control over all of the central heating equipment, central cooling equipment, and ventilation/exhaust equipment. The terminal units' start/stop functions (whether the terminals are terminal boxes, fan coils, or water source heat pumps) will be connected to the BAS to allow occupied and unoccupied modes to be enacted in the building for energy savings.

Electrical Systems Renovation Recommendations

Electrical Distribution The main switchboard is adequately sized but is nearing end of typical life expectancy and replacement should be considered. The existing buss duct could be reused but may need to be enclosed on the first and second floors. The second electrical service should be eliminated and the existing distribution panelboard could be reused.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Existing load centers located throughout the building have spares and spaces but are nearing end of typical life expectancy and should be replaced.

Devices Receptacles and devices in renovated areas will be replaced with new devices. Additional devices will be added to office and classroom requirements. Devices located in restrooms, near counter top sinks, and exterior to the building will be ground fault circuit interrupting type.

Fire Alarm system An ADA compliant, addressable and supervised fire alarm system will need to be installed. Corridors and other common public spaces will require visual devices in addition to audible notification. Manual pull stations will be located at all exterior doors and egress stairwells. Duct mounted detectors will be added to meet code requirements. Second floor area renovated in 2005 may require fire alarm devices as well.

Lighting Lighting fixtures in renovated areas will be replaced. Lighting levels will be designed to meet ASHRAE requirements. Most spaces could utilize 2'x4' or 2'x2' recessed parabolic fixtures where appropriate. Existing fixtures in renovated second floor area could be reused. Can type lighting fixtures will be used in public areas and selected interior spaces.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Mechanical and electrical room fixtures will be replaced with new devices to accommodate new equipment arrangements. Emergency egress lighting will utilize battery packs. Additional locations will be added in all spaces as necessary to meet current code requirements. A code compliant lighting control system consisting of a low voltage relay system and occupancy sensors will be installed.

Sound System Requirements of any sound systems will need to be reviewed. It is anticipated that a sound system will be required for the seminar room.

Voice/Data/AV System A new main voice data closet should be created to address the additional voice/data requirements in the building. The new closet could be near the existing telephone service entrance room or relocated closer to the back side of the building. Closets located on the first or second floor can be used to serve the upper floors. Fiber optic cabling will be run between the main basement closet to the first and second floor locations. Devices will be located in all spaces. Offices will have two locations in every room. Classrooms and labs will have two separate locations at the front of the classroom and one device centered in the back of the classroom. Wireless data should be considered for the building.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Conduits will be roughed in for AV cabling for video projectors in each classroom and seminar space. Additional AV conduits will be added to support any distance learning requirements.

Site Lighting Exterior lighting fixtures will need to address the egress requirements. It is recommended that all exterior mounted lighting be replaced with matching fixtures around the entire building.

Miscellaneous It is anticipated that a security system will be installed. It is anticipated that CATV services will brought into the building.

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Code Analysis: Ohio Building Code 2006

Change of Use Group When a building undergoes a major change or a change in use, the Ohio Building Code requires that the building be brought up to new code standards with respect to life safety, health, environmental standards and accessibility. In the twenty seven years since this building was constructed, Ohio has undergone three major Building Code Revisions and twice yearly minor code updates. Nationwide, the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 has been enacted to legislate barrier-free accessible and usable facilities by persons with physical disabilities. 224 to 336 South Main Street has many building components that will require changing based on these everevolving building standards. This code analysis will focus on major issues such as structure strength, fire safety, means of egress, lighting, ventilation, sanitary requirements and ADA standards. These are items that can have major impact on costs. Lesser code standards that require adherence regardless of Use Group and do not affect cost were not reviewed as part of this analysis. The Design Architect will address those issues during the final design process.

Code Analysis A) Proposed Knox Campus Central Ohio Technical College Mount Vernon, Ohio

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I B) Applicable Codes 1. 2. 3. The Ohio Building Code 2005 ASHRAE 90.1 Energy Code National Fire Protection Association Codes and Article 80 National Fire Code: Laboratory Design, Hazardous and Flammable Substances. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. C) Ohio Fire Code Ohio Elevator Code Ohio Plumbing Code Ohio Basic Mechanical Code National Electric Code Federal Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA Standards) Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

Building Description ­ Proposed Use ­ Phase I 1. Total Area Basement First Floor Second Floor 2. 3. 4. 32,095 GSFb 9,003 GSFb 13,085 GSFb 10,007 GSFb

Height: 26'-8" above grade a. Two Stories plus basement. Occupancy: Use Group B-Business. Existing building is not sprinklered.

D)

General Building Limitations-Height and Area (Table 503) 1. 2. 3. Construction Classification: Type IIIB Allowable Area Per Floor: 19,000 SF ­ not sprinklered Allowable Height: 4 stories or 55'

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I E) Fire Resistive Requirements for Building Elements (Table 601) Building Element Structure Frame Bearing Walls Type IIIB Construction

0 Hr. -Ext. 2 Hr.* (0 Hr. when >30') -Int. 0 Hr. Non Bearing Walls-Ext. See Table 602 below -Int. Per applicable section of Code Roof Construction 0 Hr. *(2 Hr., but not less than Table 602) F) Fire Resistive Requirements for Exterior Walls (Table 602) Fire Separation in Feet Const. Type Use Group B <5' <10' <30' 30' G) IIIB IIIB IIIB IIIB 1 Hr. 1 Hr. 1 Hr. 0 Hr.

Fire Resistance Rated Construction 1. 2. Fire walls (If required), 3 Hr., Table 705.4 Fire barriers · Shafts (707.4): 1Hr. (when connecting less than 4 stories) · Exit Enclosure (1019.1): 1 Hr. when connecting less than 4 stories · Exit Passageway (1020.3): 1 Hr. Floor, Walls, Ceilings · Separation of mixed occupancies (See complete Table 302.3.2 · Fire Area separations: 2 Hrs.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I 3. Opening Protectives Fire Door and Shutter Ratings Type of Assembly Firewalls, Fire Barrier Required Rating 4 Hr. 3 Hr. 2 Hr. 1 1/2 Hr. 1 Hr. Fire Door and Shutter Rating 3 Hr. 3 Hr. 1 1/2 Hr. 1 1/2 Hr. 1 Hr.

Fire Barriers · Shaft, Exit Enclosure and Exit Passageway · Other Fire Barriers Fire Partitions · Corridors Other Fire Partitions Exterior Walls ·

1 Hr. 1 Hr. ½ Hr. 1 Hr. 3 Hr. 2 Hr. 1 Hr.

¾ Hr. 1/3 Hr. 1/3 Hr. ¾ Hr. 1 1/2 Hr. 1 1/2 Hr. ¾ Hr.

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I H) Interior Finishes (803.5) Interior Wall, Ceiling Finish Requirements by Occupancy Sprinklered/Non-Sprinklered Vert. Exits and Use Group Exit Passageways Exit Access Corridors and Other Exitways A-2 Restaurants Class B/A Class B/A Class B/A Class C/B Class C/C Rooms and Enclosed Spaces

A-3 Community Class B/A Halls, Lecture Halls, Libraries B Education Above 12, Offices S-2 Storage Low Haz. Class A: Class B: Class C: I) Class C/B Class B/A

Class C/B

Class C/C

Class C/B

Class C/C

Flame Spread 0-25; Smoke Developed 0-450 Flame Spread 26-75; Smoke Developed 0-450 Flame Spread 76-200; Smoke Developed 0-450

Automatic Sprinkler Systems (Section 903) 1. This building is smaller than the maximum allowable floor area per floor when just considering B-Business Uses and automatic sprinkler systems would not be required if we only had classrooms and offices. However, approved automatic sprinkler systems are required in spaces that have Assembly type uses such as lecture halls and uses intended for food and/or drink consumption and in stories and basements without openings also known as

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windowless stories. This building currently does not have sprinklers. As a minimum the full basement, all lecture halls, food service areas and the exits leading from these spaces will require automatic sprinkler systems. The cost to sprinkler the rest of the building would be minimal and the benefits great. J) Means of Egress Building Occupancy Load (Chapter 10)

The occupant load of a building is based on the occupancy of the space and the floor area per occupant allowed by code. Maximum Allowable Floor Area Per Occupant (Table 1004.1.2) Assembly ­ Chairs Only Assembly Tables & Chairs Office areas Classrooms Exercise Rooms Kitchens Storage Areas Mechanical Spaces 7 SF Net 15 SF Net 100 SF Gross 20 SF Net 50 SF Gross 200 SF Gross 300 SF Gross 300 SF Gross

Basement Mechanical & Storage Classroom 800 SF ÷ 300 SF/occ =3 occ =59 occ 4,235 SF ÷ 20 SF/occ =212 occ Total Basement 274 occ Table 1018.1: No. of Exits Required by Code-2.

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Assembly-Lounge/Lobby 875 SF ÷ 15 SF/occ

Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I First Floor Mechanical & Storage 208 SF ÷ 300 SF/occ Assembly Office Areas Classrooms 1,508 SF ÷ 7 SF/occ 2,816 SF ÷ 20 SF/occ =1 occ =216 occ =141 occ

2,937 SF ÷ 100 SF/occ =30 occ

Total First Floor 388 occ Table 1018.1: No. of Exits Required by Code-2.

Second Floor Mechanical & Storage 576 SF ÷ 300 SF/occ Office Areas Classroom Conference 4,595 SF ÷ 20 SF/occ 7,835 SF ÷ 15 SF/occ =2 occ =230 occ =53 occ 1,374 SF ÷ 100 SF/occ =14 occ

Total Second Floor 299 occ Table 1018.1: No. of Exits Required by Code ­ 2.

K)

Egress Width (Table 1005.1) 1. Egress Width Per Occupant Served for the Existing Building

Without Sprinklered System B-Occupancy Stairways Doors, Corridors, Passageways, Aisles Exit Width Basement 1st Floor 2nd Floor 0.3" per occ 132"=440 occ Egress to Grade 132"=440 occ 2. 0.2" per occ 96"=480 occ 396"=1,980 occ 96"=480

Total Existing Occupant Exit Capacity 480 1,980 1,140

Required Occupant Exit Capacity Phase I Design

274 388 299

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3.

Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I Minimum Number of Exits for Occupant Load 500 or less 501-1000 over 1000 2 3 4 1009.1 1016.2 1014.2

4.

Capacity of Egress a. Stairs not less than 44" wide 44" i. Corridors, door and ramps not less than

5.

Arrangement of Exits

a. If 2 exits are required from an area, room, or building, space the exits equal to at least ½ the diagonal distance of the room, area, or building. b. If 3 or more exits are required from a room or an area, at least 2 shall be spaced by at least ½ the diagonal distance and 1/3 the diagonal distance in a sprinklered building. 6. Travel Distance 1015.1 a. Maximum length of exit access travel may not exceed 200 feet in an unsprinklered building and 300 feet in a sprinklered building of "B". 7. Doors a. Width 1008 i. Minimum door width-32" clear. ii. Maximum door leaf - 48". 8. Stairs a. Width not less than 44", 36" if 50 or fewer occupants. b. *Riser ­ maximum 7", minimum 4". c. *Treads ­ minimum 11". 1009 1008

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Knox Campus Feasibility Study Phase I d. Landing dimension (measured in direction of travel). Equal to width of stair. Need not exceed 48" when stair has straight run. e. Distance between landings ­ vertical. 12' maximum. f. Headroom ­ minimum 6'-8". g. *Distance between handrails ­ max. 60". h. *Extent of Stair Enclosure enclosed passageway, lobbies or vestibule, complying with requirements of Section 1020.3. i. Access to Roof 1009.12.1 i. Not required except in buildings four stories or more except roof slopes greater than 4 in 12, one stair, or ladder must extend to roof. 9. Corridors, Passageways, Aisles 1016 1023 i. Directly to the exterior or exit through

a. Width ­ minimum, not less than 44", (36" min. or occupancies less than 50. b. Height ­ minimum, 7' measured to the lowest projection from the ceiling. c. *Projection ­ doors when fully open shall not reduce the required width by more than 7". Doors in any position shall not reduce required width by more than one half. Handrails may project 3 ½".

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d. *Maximum dead end corridor length - 20' and 50' in a sprinklered building. K) Emergency Systems 1. Exit Lighting a. b. 1006.0

Intensity ­ 1-foot candle at floor level. Power Source ­ primary wiring system and storage battery backup generator to provide not less than 90 minutes continuous illumination.

2.

Exit Signs a.

1011.0

Locations ­ the path of travel to and within exits in a building shall be identified by exit signs, which clearly indicate the direction of egress travel. No point shall be more than 100' from the nearest sign. All rooms or spaces required to have more than one exit shall be identified by exit signs.

b.

Intensity ­ not less than 5.0 foot-candles at the illuminated surface and shall have a contrast ratio of not less than .5.

c.

Power Source ­ primary wiring system and storage battery or backup generator to provide not less than 90 minutes continuing illumination.

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3.

Elevators ­ (Requirements located in ANSI/ASME 17.1, and Chapter 30 and ADA). a. Fire Department Controls ­ Control from control station, 3-way switch at ground floor. b. Smoke Detector ­ Smoke detector provided for each elevator lobby or entrance area, and machine rooms.

L)

*Fire Protection System 1. *Automatic Sprinklers a. b. (Chapter 9)

Applicable Codes ­ OBC Chapter 9 Supervision ­ By an approved central, proprietary, or remote station service, or a local alarm giving an audible signal at a constantly attended location. i. Standpipes 1. Applicable Codes ­ OBC Chapter 9 2. ii. NFPA 14

Portable Extinguishers 1. Locations ­ per International Fire Code

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iii.

Fire Alarm and Communication Section 907 1. Manual Pull Station Location ­ at each exit, otherwise maximum 300 foot travel and maximum 20,000 SF.

iv.

Detection 1. Smoke Detection a. Elevator machine rooms. b. On both sides of doors on holdopen devices which are located in fire-rated assemblies to automatically close the door.

b.

Duct Detection - In return air ducts or in air-handling units providing over 2,000 c.f.m. (to shut down the unit upon detection of smoke).

M)

Glass and Glazing 1. Safety Glazing In Hazardous Locations (Chapter 24) Provide safety glazing in the following locations:

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a.

Glazing in ingress and egress doors except jalousies.

b. c.

Glazing in all unframed swinging doors. Glazing and fixed or operable panels adjacent to a door where the nearest exposed edge of the glazing is within a 24" arc of either vertical edge of the door in a closed position and where the bottom exposed edge of the glazing is less than 60" above the walking surface.

d.

Glazing in an individual, fixed, or operable panel, other than those locations described in Item 3 that meets all the following conditions: i. Exposed area of an individual pane greater than 9 square feet. ii. Exposed bottom edge less than 18" above the floor. iii. Exposed top edge greater than 36" above the floor. iv. Glazing in railings regardless of area or height above a walking surface. Included are structure baluster panels and nonstructural in-fill panels.

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v.

One or more walking surfaces within 36" horizontally at the plane of glazing.

N)

Plumbing Fixture Requirements 1.

Chapter 29

Total Building Occupancy Estimate 961 ­ Based on the Phase I design. Assume an equal number of male (481) and female (481) occupants.

2.

Minimum Number of Plumbing Fixtures Required: · · · · · Water Closets = 1 per 50 occ. Lavatories = 1 per 50 occ. Drinking Fountains = 1 per 100 occ. Urinals may be substituted on a 1:1 basis for a max. of 67% of the men's w.c. Service Sink = 1 minimum

3.

Summary of Fixture Required: Men 4 min./10 max. 6 max./0 min. 10 Water Closets Urinals Lavatories (11) Drinking Fountains (1) Service Sinks Women 10 10 Total 20 Voluntary 20 10 1

a

Existing building complies with Code. No area limit modification

by being fully sprinklered will be necessary or by having street

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frontage (this will be necessary if building addition is construction in the future).

b

Existing building complies with Code. No height limit

modification required. *Indicates specific building elements that do not comply with OBC.

Conclusions

Overall very little of the original interior construction can be reused. Life safety issues need to be addressed first and a Program of Requirements of desired spaces should be developed with the Users. From this PoR schematic floor plans can be developed to reflect the User's needs. This will occur in Phase II of this report. This building has a sound structure and a weather tight envelope. The floor-to-floor height of 12'-0" is adequate for retrofitting quality mechanical and electrical systems and should not present any major compromises to their design. There are significant savings in renovating buildings of this condition when compared to new construction. In conclusion, we believe this to be a great opportunity to help revitalize downtown with a new college campus woven into the historic urban fabric of Mount Vernon.

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Preliminary Design Cost Projection

Interior Demolition ·General Building Gut ·Floor Cut Out/Reinforcement New Heavy Construction ·First Floor Infill/SOG ·Second Floor Infill ·New Stairway ­ 2 story ·New Stairway ­ 1 story ·New Monumental Stair ·Railings Architectural General Interior Renovation Architectural Fire Protection Plumbing HVAC ­ Option 2 Electric Basic Infrastructure Upgrade 31,250 37,880 335,647 383,171 787,948 Basement Floor 469,957 20,691 9,656 78,130 79,765 658,199 First Floor 683,038 31,037 34,289 121,155 175,839 1,045,358 Second Floor 584,850 31,037 59,495 175,740 152,231 1,003,353 $156,000 $25,000 $22,500 $68,750 $24,800 $12,400 $16,200 $58,500

3,494,850

Exterior Envelope ·Clean, Curtainwall, Doors Specialties ·Operable Partition ·Lecture Hall Seating ·Laboratory Casework, Hoods Elevator Upgrade ADA Fixtures, Furniture, Equipment ·8% of constructed cost Technology ·8% of constructed cost TOTAL CONSTRUCTION COST Architectural/Engineering Fees Legal, Permits, Printing, Survey TOTAL COST

$107,000 $26,000 $47,000 $136,000 $35,000 $338,000 $338,000 $4,906,000 $354,000 $42,000 $5,260,000

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Existing theater space.

Existing theater lobby.

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Existing office area lobby.

Abandoned basement restaurant kitchen.

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Empty basement level retail space.

Non-compliant stairway.

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Non-compliant monumental stairway.

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Existing roof.

Undeveloped 2nd floor space.

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2005 Renovated restroom 2nd floor.

2005 Renovated conference room 2nd floor.

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South Main Street colonnade.

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Streetscape South Main Street.

Typical business use office space.

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Typical non-compliant restroom.

Typical non-compliant restroom.

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Request for Qualifications

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Bureau of Construction, Activation and Maintenance 777 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222

Project Name Project Location City / County Window Replacement Madison Correctional Institution London / Madison County L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail Department of Rehabilitation & Correction Robert Patterson Ohio Fax 614.752.1059 Owner/Agency Department of Rehabilitation & Correction Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Robert Patterson 770 W. Broad Street Columbus 43222 614.995.0632 Fax 614.752.1059 [email protected] Ohio

www.drc.state.oh.us v: 614.752.1043 f: 614.752.1059

Response Deadline 02 / 19 / 2009 Project Number DRC-090002 4:30 p.m. local time

770 W. Broad Street Columbus 43222 614.995.0632 [email protected]

*Mail 2 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description

Madison Correctional Institution houses approximately 2,011 male inmates. The Institution was completed and activated in 1987. This project will involve the design and replacement of 1,296 security windows in all eight housing units throughout the institution. The current windows are obsolete and parts are not available for repairs.

B.

Scope of Services The Associate shall also include as part of the basic services the preparation of a design solution and construction documents and estimates of construction cost. The selected Associate, as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner the cost breakdown of the Associate Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 4 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Window Renovation C. Funding / Estimated Budget $480,660 $391,422 9%-10% State Funding Other Funding HB496 ALI C50136 N/A Project Number DRC-090002

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural N/A

E.

Anticipated Schedule May 2009 TBD TBD TBD

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Participate in the EDGE Program as required by statute and the Agreement. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the SAO Web site at www.ohio.gov/sao (click on Forms / Documents). The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Bureau of Construction, Activation and Maintenance 777 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222

Project Name Project Number Window Replacement DRC-090002 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.drc.state.oh.us v: 614.752.1043 f: 614.752.1059

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 75 miles 76 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 1-5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 11+ licensed professionals < $ 100,000 $ 100,000 - $ 500,000 > $ 500,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 5 projects (Low) 6 ­ 10 projects (Average) 11+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 4-5 2-3 0-1 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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Request for Qualifications

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Response Deadline 2 / 13 / 2009 Project Number OSU-090832 L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n 4:30 p.m. local time

Project Name Project Location City / County

Tzagournis - Room 620 6 Floor Tzagournis Columbus / Franklin

th

Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail

The Ohio State University Corrie Feldmann Ohio Fax 614.292.2539

Owner/Agency The Ohio State University Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Bernard Costantino, University Architect 2009 Millikin Rd, room 400 Columbus 43210 614.292.4458 Fax 614.292.2539 [email protected] Ohio

2009 Millikin Rd, room 400 Columbus 43210 614.688.3757 [email protected]

*Mail 5 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description This project will renovate room 620 in the Tzagournis Medical Research Facility. Room 620 is currently a large open lab space that will be renovated into 3 separate lab spaces with separate entrances off of the corridors. The newly constructed north and south labs will need to be kept at negative pressure while the central lab can be kept at positive pressure. The north and south labs will require extensive HVAC design for the new equipment that will be housed for research.

B.

Scope of Services The majority of this project will be mechanical engineering with minor electrical and plumbing modifications. The HVAC system needs to be designed to handle the research requirements for the renovated space. Architectural services include the addition of two walls, some ceiling reconfiguration, plan layout (reconfiguration of existing lab casework) and code compliance. The selected Architect/Engineer ("A/E"), as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner, the cost breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. Participate in the Encouraging Growth, Diversity and Equity ("EDGE") Program as required by statute and the Agreement. Design must comply with the requirements of House Bill 251 Inter-University Council guidelines for energy use reduction. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 4 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name C. Tzagournis - Room 620 Project Number OSU-090832

Funding / Estimated Budget $287,556 $212,888 11.5% State Funding Other Funding NA University Funds

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions). Required Professional Liability Insurance will be $1,000,000 per claim and annual aggregate.

D. Primary

Services Required MEP Engineering Architecture

E.

Anticipated Schedule March 2009 August 2009 December 2009 January 2010

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Design quality and demonstrated ability of prospective firm and its proposed consultants to provide design services which represent the University's Design Values for Campus Development which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/documents/design_values.pdf. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected firm will be required to sign the Professional Design Services Agreement, which can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. No modifications to the requirements in the contract will be accepted. Interested AE firms are required to submit current proof of licensure provided by State of Ohio, Board of Examiners of Architects and Engineers. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must also be attached to the selected A/E's Fee Proposal. Both forms can be accessed at fod.osu.edu/libraries/. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the University (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

The Ohio State University 400 Central Classroom Building - 2009 Millikin Road Columbus, Ohio 43210

fod.osu.edu v: 614.292.4458 f: 614.292.2539 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

Project Name Project Number

Tzagournis - Room 620 OSU-090832

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 51 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 10 licensed professionals Medium = 11 ­ 20 licensed professionals Large = > 21 licensed professionals < $ 75,000 $ 75,000 - $ 150,000 > $ 150,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) 5+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 5 3 1 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

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Request for Qualifications

Division of Administration and Finance Planning + Design + Construction P.O. Box 210186 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0186

Project Name Project Location City / County Football Practice Fields SE Quadrant of Uptown Campus - West Cincinnati / Hamilton 45221 L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail University of Cincinnati Barrett L. Bamberger, PE Ohio Fax 513.556.4885 Owner/Agency University of Cincinnati Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Barrett L. Bamberger, PE 51 Goodman Drive, Suite 600 Cincinnati 45219 513.558.2908 Fax 513.556.4885 [email protected] Ohio Response Deadline 2 / 27 / 2009 Project Number UCN-08123B 4:30 p.m. local time

51 Goodman Drive (P.O. Box 210186) Cincinnati 452210186 513.558.2908 [email protected]

*Mail 5 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SF330 form) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description This project will provide one full size and one half size NCAA regulation outdoor practice fields for the varsity football team. The full field will also be large enough to accommodate a Division 1 lacrosse venue. An air supported ("bubble") structure is proposed for the full field and is intended to be operational from late November through March. Specific site construction associated with the air supported structure, such as concrete grade beams for anchoring the structure and vaults recessed into the western slope for housing the associated mechanical equipment, and for storing the bubble structure, lights, and associated equipment when not in use will also be required. The football team currently uses Nippert Stadium for its regularly scheduled games and all of its preseason and season practices. The project site is located in the southeast quadrant of the Uptown Campus ­ West. The specific location is bordered on the south by Corry Boulevard, on the west by Champions Avenue, on the north by the Sander Dining Hall and Daniels Hall, and on the east by Jefferson Avenue. The scope of this project includes the removal and relocation of existing site utilities, including but not limited to, storm water, domestic water, electric poles and power lines, and telephone service, miscellaneous asphalt concrete and concrete pavement areas, clearing of trees, removal of fences, and removal of two grade level parking lots for approximately 150 vehicles. The major components of the construction are demolition, earthwork, installation of new retaining walls, fences, and landscaping, and utility improvements (water & power). The project will require extensive excavation and re-grading to provide a level site large enough to accommodate the one and one half football fields. A series of concrete retaining walls with a brick veneer on all exposed faces, screen walls, and erosion control measures will need to be constructed to retain the adjacent site conditions. The project also includes the extension of West Charlton Street to the west to connect it with the traffic circle at the end of Champions Boulevard. This will require securing a right-of-way permit and a revocable street privilege from the City of Cincinnati. Concrete walks and stairs will be constructed to facilitate pedestrian and vehicular connections within campus and at the Jefferson Avenue/West Charlton intersection. Permanent fencing and gates around the perimeter of the site will be required to secure new practice facility.

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Project Name Football Practice Fields A. Project Description continued Project Number UCN-08123B

The practice fields are to be synthetic turf and include the associated drainage system to facilitate storm water retention from the playing surfaces. An outdoor sports lighting system is to be installed on both fields. Consideration shall be given to the immediate neighborhood by designing the exterior lighting system to minimize the penetration of intense light into these areas. A landscaped bleacher area consisting of concrete seat/landscape walls and steps are proposed and will be constructed consistent with the grade of the adjacent landscape on the west side of the full field. This bleacher area will accommodate approximately 1,200 spectators. The slope of the flanking lawn areas will serve to accommodate additional spectators should an overflow situation occur. Please note: A copy of the complete program statement and associated concept design renderings may be obtained by contacting the University's project manager. B. Scope of Services The purpose of this solicitation is to hire an Architectural or Architectural/Engineering firm to provide complete architectural and engineering services for the design, bidding, and construction administration phases of the Football Practice Fields project. The Architectural or Architectural/ Engineering firm will hold the A/E Agreement with the University and shall subcontract with the other necessary consultants for the project. The selected firm will be expected to participate in the Encouraging Growth, Diversity and Equity ("EDGE") Program as required by statute and the Agreement. The selected firm shall work with the University in developing a workable phasing plan for the construction of the practice fields and site logistics plan for addressing construction access and storage and staging of construction materials and equipment. The scope of services required for this project is defined in the University's Architect/Engineer Agreement. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized by the University, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents Preparation, Construction Administration Phase, Post-Construction (Closeout) Phase, and Additional Services as may be requested or required. In addition, the design of the project shall comply with the University's Guidelines and Standards (as applicable) as well as other applicable University standards. The aforementioned documents are available on the University Architect's web site at http://www.uc.edu/af/pdc/standards_forms1.html. Please also refer to the State Architect's Office (SAO) Manual at http://das.ohio.gov/gsd/SAO/sao.html for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each category of service. The selected firm, as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting a Technical (Fee) Proposal, shall discuss and clarify with the University, the fee breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement's detailed cost components to address the University's project requirements. During the construction period, provide not less than 12-hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including: 1) attendance at weekly progress meetings, 2) a written field report of each site visit, 3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Football Practice Fields C. Funding / Estimated Budget $8,500,000 $5,850,000 10% - 12% of construc. State Funding Other Funding $0 $8,500,000 Project Number UCN-08123B

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the University, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architect Civil/Structural Engineer (Major) Landscape Architect Sports Consultant (Optional) Mechanical/Plumbing Engineer Electrical Engineer

E.

Anticipated Schedule TBD TBD TBD TBD

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and/or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the University's web site at www.uc.edu/architect/documents/forms/table.asp. The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Technical Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (http://business.ohio.gov/efiling/help/dma.stm).

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Division of Administration and Finance Planning + Design + Construction P.O. Box 210186 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0186

Project Name Project Number Football Practice Fields UCN-08123B Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 51 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 5 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 10 licensed professionals < $ 50,000 $ 50,000 - $ 250,000 > $ 250,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 6+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 0-1 2-3 4-5 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 7 projects (Average) 8+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 7 projects (Average) 8+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 4 of 4

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Request for Qualifications

Cleveland State University Office of the University Architect 2121 Euclid Avenue, PS 235H Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214

Project Name Project Location City / County Third Floor Chemistry Lab Renovations Science Building, 2399 Euclid Avenue Cleveland / Cuyahoga L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail Cleveland State University Jonathan Erdmann Ohio Fax 216.687.9227 Owner/Agency Cleveland State University Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Jonathan Erdmann (via mail) 2121 Euclid Avenue, PS 219 Cleveland 44115 216.875.9944 Fax 216.687.9227 [email protected] Ohio

http://www.csuohio.edu/offices/architect/ v: 216.687.5121 f: 216.687.9227

Response Deadline 02 / 27 / 2009 Project Number CLS-090714 4:30 p.m. local time

(via courier)1802 East 25th St., PS 219 Cleveland 44115 216.875.9944 [email protected]

*Mail 2 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description This project involves the renovation of three instructional chemistry labs and a shared prep room totaling approximately 5,400 sq. ft. (approximately 1450 sq. ft. per lab). The planned renovations include removal and replacement of existing fixed and non-fixed furniture and workbenches, sinks and service fixtures. Existing lab services to be reused (water, air, gas, etc.). Planned lab renovations also include replacement of VCT flooring, drop ceilings, lighting and controls, and wall finishes. Classroom audio-visual systems are to be added. Additional power and network connections to be added as required. Glass windows to be added to expose classrooms to the public corridors. Select corridors surrounding the labs are planned to receive architectural treatments (such as carpet and furnishings for small student lounge areas). Additionally, an approximately 500 sq. ft. corridor-accessed student lounge space is planned to be created from existing interior space. A Program of Requirements describing the renovation plan in greater detail has been completed by CSU and is available upon request. B. Scope of Services The selected Architect/Engineer ("A/E"), as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner, the cost breakdown of the Architect/Engineer Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. Participate in the Encouraging Growth, Diversity and Equity ("EDGE") Program as required by statute and the Agreement. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 4 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Third Floor Chemistry Lab Renovations C. Funding / Estimated Budget H.B. 562, Appropriation Line Item (ALI) number C26000. Project Number CLS-090714

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

$750,000 $525,000 10%

State Funding Other Funding

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural Electrical Technology (voice/data/security/AV) Mechanical

E.

Anticipated Schedule June 2009 February 2010 August 2010 September 2010

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the SAO Web site at www.ohio.gov/sao (click on Forms / Documents). The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the University. (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Cleveland State University Office of the University Architect 2121 Euclid Avenue, PS 235H Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214

Project Name Project Number Third Floor Chemistry Lab Renovations CLS-090714 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

http://www.csuohio.edu/offices/architect/ v: 216.687.5121 f: 216.687.9227

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 50 ­ 200 miles Over 200 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 11+ licensed professionals < $ 100,000 $ 100,000 - $ 500,000 > $ 500,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 6+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 5 3 1 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 6+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 5 projects (Average) 6+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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Ohio Department of Administrative Services General Services Division State Architect's Office 4200 Surface Road Columbus, Ohio 43228-1395

Project Name Project Location City / County ERC Renovation (Columbus Hall) 550 East Spring Street Columbus / Franklin Owner/Agency Columbus State Community College Contact* Street Ohio Fax 614.644.7982 City Zip Phone E-mail Eric McMillon 550 East Spring Street Columbus 43215 614.287.5757 [email protected] Fax 614.287.2545 Ohio

www.ohio.gov/sao e: [email protected] v: 614.466.4761 f: 614.644.7982

4:30 p.m. local time

Response Deadline 02 / 23 / 2009 Project Number CTI-090001

State Architect's Office ("SAO") Project Manager* Teri Johnson Street City Zip Phone E-mail 4200 Surface Road Columbus 43228 614. 644.8469 [email protected]

*Mail or deliver 4 copies of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at

http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to each contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description The (ERC) Educational Resources Center and campus library is located in Columbus Hall off the central corridor of Columbus State Community College (CSCC) main campus. The Building consists of three floors- Ground Floor, First Floor and Second Floor as well has a mechanical roof top penthouse. The total square footage is 50,479, (15,951 per floor with a 2600 mechanical roof top penthouse). The Program Summary: Ground Floor - organizing a single new secure main entrance, design of a new Circulation Desk, Multipurpose Computer Lab, restroom upgrades, Digital Arts Support Center, TV Studio upgrades, miscellaneous office space renovations, campus IT Help Desk expansion offices, new IT infrastructure closets and furniture selections for open cubicle study areas. First Floor - Miscellaneous office reconfigurations, new designed service desk, new designed reference desk, stack reconfigurations, technical services offices reconfigured, new IT infrastructure closets. Second Floor - reorganize book stacks to create quiet study pods, create new study rooms, rework stair tower for new entrance/ circulation, existing computer lab expansions, new IT infrastructure closets. This project will provide the foundation model of a campus "Learning Commons." It will provide the CSCC student an opportunity for "one stop shopping" in a blend of combined services offered in the newly renovated spaces. B. Scope of Services The AE is to verify the Program of Requirements. The AE will help refine and verify the POR and determine the feasibility of combining all described services programmatically into a single phased design. The AE will also be required to carefully orchestrate the implementation of a single bid multiple prime construction document package that takes into account occupied spaces, existing facilities remaining (on-line) and the constructability verification within the determined project budget. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 15 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services (total consultant team) each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, and (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name ERC Renovation Project Number CTI-090001

C.

Funding / Estimated Budget $5,400,000.00 $3,901,035.86 7.35% State Funding Other Funding House Bill 562

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural MEP Engineering Structural Engineering Civil Engineering Landscape Architecture

E.

Anticipated Schedule June 2009 March 2010 June 2011 March 2011

Professional Services Start Construction Contracts Start Professional Services Completed Construction Contracts Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

0%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method (CPM) schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Ohio Department of Administrative Services General Services Division State Architect's Office 4200 Surface Road Columbus, Ohio 43228-1395

Project Name Project Number ERC Renovation Columbus State Community College CTI-090001 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.ohio.gov/sao e: [email protected] v: 614.466.4761 f: 614.644.7982

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 50 miles 50 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 20 licensed professionals Large = > 21 licensed professionals < $ 500,000 $ 500,000 - $ 1,000,000 > $ 1,000,000 Experience / ability of A/E project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work < 2 projects (Low) 3 ­ 4 projects (Average) > 5 projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 3-5 3- 5 0-2 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations < 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) > 7 projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference < 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) > 7 projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

SAO Evaluation:

Name Signature SAO-F110-02v1208, ADM-5833 Date

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Request for Qualifications

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Bureau of Construction, Activation and Maintenance 777 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222

Project Name Project Location City / County Utility Tunnel & Water Distribution Upgrade Chillicothe Correctional Institution Chillicothe / Ross County L o c a l Ad m i n i s t r a t i o n Owner / Agency Project Manager Street City Zip Phone E-mail Department of Rehabilitation & Correction Lynne Sharp Ohio Fax 614.752.1059 Owner/Agency Department of Rehabilitation & Correction Inquiries to* Street City Zip Phone E-mail Lynne Sharp 770 W. Broad Street Columbus 43222 614.728.1007 Fax 614.752.1059 [email protected] Ohio

www.drc.state.oh.us v: 614.752.1043 f: 614.752.1059

Response Deadline 02 / 20 / 2009 Project Number DRC-081007 4:30 p.m. local time

770 W. Broad Street Columbus 43222 614.728.1007 [email protected]

*Mail 2 copy(ies) of the Statement of Qualification(s) (SAO Form #F110-330 available via the State Architect's Office Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/documents.htm) directly to this contact.

Project Overview A. Project Description

Chillicothe Correctional Institution, located in Chillicothe, Ohio, was formerly opened in 1966 and houses approximately 2,845 male inmates. The buildings were constructed in the 1930s with a population of approximately 1000. The existing utility tunnel was installed also in the 1930s, and no major upgrade had occurred within these years. Structural integrity of the water distribution infrastructure continues to deteriorate, corrosion and water leaks continue to occur in different areas of the distribution system. This project will replace the existing waterlines and all associated valves within the utility tunnel.

B.

Scope of Services The Associate shall also include as part of the basic services the preparation of a design solution and construction documents and estimates of construction cost. The selected Associate, as a portion of its required Scope of Services and prior to submitting its proposals, will discuss and clarify with the Owner the cost breakdown of the Associate Agreement detailed cost components to address the Owner's project requirements. As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: Program Verification, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Document Preparation, Bid and Award Support, Conformed Documents, Construction Phase, Post-Construction Phase, and Extra Services and Additional Services of all types. Refer to The SAO Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each. During the construction period, provide not less than 4 hours (excluding travel time) on-site construction administration services each week, including (1) attendance at progress meetings, (2) a written field report of each site visit, (3) on-site representation comprised of the A/E and its consultant staff involved in the primary design of the project, all having relevant and appropriate types of construction administration experience.

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Project Name Utility Tunnel & Water Distribution Upgrade C. Funding / Estimated Budget $1,118,840 $937,230 8%-10% State Funding Other Funding HB496 ALI C50136 N/A Project Number DRC-081007

Total Project Cost Construction Cost Estimated Design Fee

NOTE: The design fee percentage for this project includes all professional design services, and consultant services necessary for proper completion of the Basic Services for the successful completion of the project, including but not limited to: review and verification of the Program of Requirements provided by the Owner, validation of existing site conditions (but not subsurface or hidden conditions), preparation of cost estimates and design schedules for the project. Fees may be negotiated and allocated for Additional Services (e.g., creation of a Program of Requirements, extensive evaluation or validation of site conditions, extensive pre-design investigations, code-required special inspection and testing, Quality Assurance testing during the construction period, and testing due to unforeseen conditions).

D. Primary

Services Required Architectural N/A

E.

Anticipated Schedule May 2009 TBD TBD TBD

Design Services Start Construction Notice to Proceed Construction Contracts Completed Professional Services Completed F. EDGE Participation Goal

Secondary

Percent of initial TOTAL Design Fee G. Evaluation Criteria for Selection

5%

Demonstrated ability to meet Owner's programmed project vision, scope, budget, and schedule on previous projects. Previous experience compatible with the proposed project (e.g., type, size). Relevant past work of prospective firm's proposed consultants. Past performance of prospective firm and its proposed consultants. Qualifications and experience of individuals directly involved with the project. Proposer's previous experience (numbers of projects, sizes of projects) when working with its proposed consultants. Specification writing credentials and experience. Experience and capabilities of creating or using Critical Path Method ("CPM") schedules and of using CPM schedules as a project management resource. Approach to and success of using partnering and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Proximity of prospective firms to the project site. Proposer's apparent resources and capacity to meet the needs of this project. The selected A/E and all its consultants must have the capability to use the Internet within their normal business location(s) during normal business hours. Participate in the EDGE Program as required by statute and the Agreement. Interested A/E firms are required to submit the Commitment to Participate in the Edge Business Assistance Program form in its Statement of Qualifications (SAO Form #F110-330) submitted in response to the RFQ, to indicate its intent to contract with and use EDGE-certified Business Enterprise(s), as a part of the A/E's team. The Intent to Contract and to Perform and / or waiver request letter and Demonstration of Good Faith Effort form(s) with complete documentation must be attached to the A/E's Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the SAO Web site at www.ohio.gov/sao (click on Forms / Documents). The Intent to Contract and to Perform form is again required at the Fee Proposal stage. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer Agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term is defined in O.R.C. Section 2909.33(C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway (www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/DMA_Terrorist/HLS_0038_Contracts.pdf).

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Architect/Engineer Selection Rating

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Bureau of Construction, Activation and Maintenance 777 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222

Project Name Project Number Utility Tunnel & Water Distribution Upgrade DRC-081007 Proposer Firm City, State, Zip

www.drc.state.oh.us v: 614.752.1043 f: 614.752.1059

Selection Criteria 1. A/E Firm Location

Proximity of primary A/E firm office where majority of work is to be performed in relationship to project site

0 ­ 75 miles 76 ­ 100 miles Over 100 miles Small = < 1-5 licensed professionals Medium = 6 ­ 10 licensed professionals Large = > 11+ licensed professionals < $ 100,000 $ 100,000 - $ 500,000 > $ 500,000 Experience / ability of project manager to manage scope / budget / schedule / quality Experience / creativity of lead designer to meet needs of owner Experience / ability of technical staff to develop quality construction documents Experience / ability of field representative to identify / solve issues during construction Experience / ability of all key discipline leads to effectively perform the work 0 ­ 5 projects (Low) 6 ­ 10 projects (Average) 11+ projects (High) LEED AP(s)** on Team LEED Registered Project(s) LEED Certified Project(s)

Satisfies ALL above Criteria

Value

4-5 2-3 0-1 4-5 2-3 0-1 4-5 2-3 0-1 0 - 10 0-5 0-5 0 - 10

Score

2. A/E Firm Size

Number of relevant licensed professionals within primary A/E firm available to perform the work

3. Current Workload

Amount of fees awarded by the Contracting Authority to the primary A/E Firm in the previous 24 months (exclude projects on hold)

4. Primary A/E Qualifications

a. b. c. d. Project Management Lead Project Design Lead Technical Staff Construction Administration

5. A/E Consultant Qualifications

Key Discipline Leads 0 - 10 0-1 2-3 4-5 0-1 0-2 0-2

Sum = 0 - 5

6. Project Team Qualifications

a. Previous Team Collaboration Number of projects that a majority of the team members have worked together LEED* Experience within Team

b.

c.

Team Organization

Clarity of responsibility / communication demonstrated by table of organization Performance in completing projects within original budget and schedule limitations 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High) Level of performance as indicated by past A/E evaluations / letters of reference 0 ­ 3 projects (Low) 4 ­ 6 projects (Average) 7+ projects (High)

0-5

7. Overall Project Team Experience

a. b. Budget & Schedule Management Experience with Similar Project Type 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10 0-5 0-3 4-6 7 - 10

c. d.

Past Performance Knowledge of State of Ohio Capital Project Administration Process

* LEED = Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design developed by the U.S. Green Building Council ** LEED AP = LEED Accredited Professional credential by the Green Building Certification Institute

Subtotal

Notes:

Owner Evaluation:

Name Signature Date Page 3 of 3

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General Announcements

General Requirements for Submittals of the Statement of Qualifications Firms responding must submit the State of Ohio Standard Form 330 (SAO Form #F110-330) no later than the response deadline indicated on the announcement. SAO requests that supplemental material not be submitted with the Statement of Qualifications. The use of a computerized or typed Statement of Qualifications form is preferred. Facsimile copies will not be accepted. Please place the appropriate SAO project number in Block 3 on the form. Due to limited storage space, we request that your submittals be stapled and refrain from submitting three-ring binders, spiral binders and booklets. A copy of Part II of the Statement of Qualifications should be updated annually in order for your firm to be considered for state work. Please check your records and submit a new Part II directly to the State Architect's Office, 4200 Surface Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228-1395, no later than Oct. 1st of each year. To access the Statement of Qualifications online, go to www.ohio.gov/sao and click on "Forms/Documents" then scroll down under "Acquisition" to form number F110-330.

Declaration Regarding Material Assistance / Non-assistance to a Terrorist Organization

As a result of Ohio Senate Bill 9 (effective April 14, 2006) applicants seeking certain state issued business contracts and funding must fill out new forms indicating that they have not provided financial assistance or support to a terrorist organization. Prior to executing the Architect/Engineer (A/E) agreement, the selected A/E must represent and warrant that it has not provided any material assistance, as that term in defined in ORC Section 2909.33 (C), to an organization that is identified by, and included on, the United States Department of State Terrorist Exclusion List and that it has truthfully answered "no" to every question on the Declaration Regarding Material Assistance/Non-Assistance to a Terrorist Organization, and that it has provided or shall provide such to the Contracting Authority and/or the Ohio Business Gateway at http://obg.ohio.gov/DMA2007.shtml. All DMA forms and reference information, including a list of licenses subject to DMA and the Terrorist Exclusion List, can be found on the Ohio Homeland Security Web site at www.homelandsecurity.ohio.gov/dma.asp. The Contracting Authority is responsible for either directing applicants to the forms on the Web site or printing and providing hard copies to the applicant. The Contracting Authority will retain the completed forms along with the application. Anyone with questions can contact Ohio Homeland Security by calling the DMA hotline number at 614.644.3892 or by email at [email protected] ORC 9.24 ­ Auditor of State Unresolved Findings for Recovery Effective June 1, 2004, Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 9.24 prohibits the State of Ohio from awarding a contract to any individual or organization against whom the Auditor of State has issued a findings for recovery if the findings for recovery is unresolved at the time of award of contract. For more information about how this new statute requirement pertains to Associates, Construction Managers, Consultants, Contractors and Owners, visit the SAO Web site at: www.ohio.gov/sao (click on "Auditor Findings" in the "quick links" drop-down menu.

EDGE Participation Required on State Design and Construction Projects The Encouraging Diversity, Growth and Equity (EDGE) program became law July 1, 2003, when Section 123.152 of the Ohio Revised Code was enacted. The program creates a business development program for economically and socially disadvantaged Ohio businesses. The EDGE business participation goal is 5 percent. Proposers for professional services agreements as well as Bidders on construction contracts must demonstrate actual participation in the EDGE program, or provide a demonstration of their good faith efforts (with a letter requesting a waiver of the EDGE goal percentage on its letterhead and supporting evidence) to participate in the EDGE program, or both, as indicated in the Ohio Revised Code (123.152) and the Ohio Administrative Code (123:2-16-09). Projects first advertised on and after Oct. 15, 2005, for professional services must incorporate the EDGE component into the project. Interested Architects/Engineers (A/E's) are required to submit an "EDGE Participation/Intent to Perform" document, or provide a demonstration of its good faith efforts (with a letter requesting a waiver of the EDGE goal percentage an its letterhead and supporting evidence) to contract with and to use certified EDGE business enterprise(s), or both, as a part of the A/E's team in its response to the RFQ. The Intent to Perform and/or the Demonstration of Good Faith Effort must be submitted with the Technical Proposal. Both forms can be accessed via the SAO Web site at www.ohio.gov/sao (click on "Forms/Documents"). If applicable, the Intent to Perform is again required at the fee proposal stage. To learn more about the qualifications for EDGE certification, the process to become an EDGE-certified business, and to find existing EDGE-certified businesses, go to the EDGE Web site at: www.EDGE.ohio.gov. Ohio Ethics Law Provision All professionals that submit or intend to submit proposals for consideration of a contract for professional design services with the state of Ohio are reminded that, as applicable, no sole proprietor, partner, shareholder or other principal of the Architect/Engineer or the spouse of such principal has made, as an individual, at any time within the two previous calendar years, one or more contributions totaling in excess of $1,000.00 to the Governor or to the Governor's campaign committee, consistent with Section 3517.13 of the Ohio Revised Code. New project number system Project numbers for state-funded projects are now also the Ohio Administrative Knowledge System (OAKS) project numbers. The familiar format of 100-2007-001 has become DAS-070001. Both numbers have a similar arrangement of agency code, followed by the year and finally a sequence number. OAKS is using the alphabetical agency code instead of the old state accounting system numerical codes. This sequence should be easier to remember. Projects beginning after July 1, 2007, reflect "08" as the fiscal year. The last four digits of the project number represent the sequence number. In the old project number scheme the sequence number was a three-digit number and was unique across the state. Since agencies are now assigning their own numbers, the project numbers are unique within the agency. As a result, there may be several projects from different agencies in the current Ohio Register with the same sequence number. A list of the agency code conversions, as well as a list of current SAO projects with both project numbers, is available on the SAO Web site at http://www.das.ohio.gov/gsd/sao/New/info/oaksprojnumbers.xls.

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*Indicates selected A/E firm. Published Date Project Name Total Budget $4,800,000 Short-listed A/E Firms Makovich & Pusti Architects, Inc. Schorr Architects, Inc. Shremshock Architects, Inc. Davis Wince, Ltd. $11,900,000 Negotiated A/E Fee TBD / Contact Institution

DOT-090003 12/01/2008 District 11 Re-roof OR #183 Ohio Department of Transportation SAO-Administered New Philadelphia, Ohio EXP-090001 11/10/2008 Sheep and Swine Barn Renovations OR #183 Ohio Expositions Commission SAO-Administered Columbus, Ohio KSU-09S301 East Liverpool Classroom Building Interior Renovation Kent State University East Liverpool, Ohio KSU-09S702 11/13/2008 Trumbull Campus Classroom Building Interior OR #183 Renovation Locally Kent State University Administered Warren, Ohio 10/22/2008 KSU-09L401 OR #182 Geauga Campus Library Renovation Locally Kent State University Administered Burton, Ohio DMH-090005 09/29/2008 Site Security Improvements - Appalachian OR #181 Behavioral Healthcare Locally Ohio Department of Mental Health Administered Athens, OH DMH-060178 08/12/2008 New Behavioral Healthcare Hospital OR #180 (Commissioning Services) SAO-Administered Ohio Department of Mental Health Location TBD 11/13/2008 OR #183 Locally Administered DMH-060178 07/23/2008 New Behavioral Healthcare Hospital (Construction OR #179 Manager) SAO-Administered Ohio Department of Mental Health Location TBD ADJ-090001 07/24/2008 Delaware Training and Community Center OR #179 Adjutant General's Department SAO-Administered Delaware, OH

McDonald, Cassell & Bassett, Inc. TBD / Contact Institution Schorr Architects, Inc. Star Consultants, Inc.

*Braun & Steidl Architects Inc. Payto Architects, Inc. TBD / Contact Institution

$550,000

$1,875,000

*Hasenstab Architects TC Architects

TBD / Contact Institution

$425,000

Holzheimer Bolek + Meehan *Payto Architects

TBD / Contact Institution

$700,000

Davis Architectural Group Kinzelman Kline Gossman Schorr Architects Inc.

TBD / Contact Agency

Heapy Engineering $91,700,000 *Osborn Engineering STAN and Associates, Inc. Carbone Companies Donley's Inc. *The Albert Higley Co. $91,700,000 Turner Construction Co.

TBD / Contract not finalized

TBD / Contract not finalized

KZF Design, Inc. Maddox-NBD, Inc. $21,553,840 *Poggemeyer Design Group

TBD / Contract not finalized

NCC-060074 11/14/2007 Paving and Concrete Repair OR #170 North Central State College SAO-Administered Mansfield, OH DYS-080002 07/02/2007 Security Improvements OR #167 Ohio River Valley Juvenile Correctional Facility SAO-Administered Ohio Dept. of Youth Services Portsmouth, OH DYS-070042 04/02/2007 New Classroom Project OR #164 Cuyahoga Hills Juvenile Correctional Facility SAO-Administered Ohio Dept. of Youth Services Cleveland, OH 12/01/2006 DMH-060178 New Behavioral Healthcare Facility

$925,200

Floyd Brown Group Jobes Henderson & Associates, Inc. Sands Decke4r CPS, LLC *Star Consultants, Inc. Stone Environmental Engineering & Science, Inc. Panich + Noel Architects *Shremshock Architects, Inc. Tanner Stone & Company Braun & Steidl Architects DLZ Ohio Four Points Architectural Services, Inc. *mbi/k2m Architecture, Inc. schorr architects, inc. Ziska Architects, LLC Champlin/Haupt Architects, Inc. *Hasenstab Architects, Inc.

TBD / Contract not finalized

$1,430,000

TBD / Contract not finalized

$1,988,800

TBD / Contract not finalized

TBD / Contract not

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OR #160 Ohio Dept. of Mental Health SAO-Administered Columbus, OH Strollo Architects, Inc. URS Corporation finalized

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$68,250,000

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