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  • Design-Build (DB) is NAVFAC’s preferred construction project delivery system. Design-Build is the method of project accomplishment where a single contractor is responsible for both the design and construction of a project. Under Design Bid Build (DBB) project delivery, separate contracts and relationships are established with a “designer” and a “constructor.” DB integrates the services of the Architect Engineer (AE) and the Construction Contractor into a single contract unifying all of the elements of project delivery. Using DB as NAVFAC’s primary construction process for project delivery provides numerous benefits to the Government and the client. The DB Training is structured to provide you with the tools to better accomplish your jobs and to help the entire DB Team best understand the latest NAVFAC Guidance. The training provides detail on the approved DB processes, appropriate level of engineering, the acquisition processes, post-award processes, roles and responsibilities, and process improvements. The training will be accomplished to give the entire Navy DB Team the opportunity to understand the new processes, procedures and R&R at the same time. We encourage you to listen carefully and ask questions. The goal of the training is to prepare you to leverage DB to its fullest advantage.
  • Why is NAVFAC making DB their preferred strategy? In 2005, NAVFAC completed the third cycle of benchmarking analysis of our project delivery system through the IPA (Independent Project Analysis, Inc.). This analysis showed DB as the better method. It also identified areas for improvement. NAVFAC also has declining resources and our client have declining fund sources.
  • Why is NAVFAC making DB their preferred strategy? In 2005, NAVFAC completed the third cycle of benchmarking analysis of our project delivery system through the IPA (Independent Project Analysis, Inc.). This analysis showed DB as the better method. It also identified areas for improvement. NAVFAC also has declining resources and our client have declining fund sources.
  • This slide may seem elementary but we need to be sure you understand the steps. Step 1 – Project is identified Step 2 – A RFP is developed Step 3 – A DB Contract is awarded and executed Last – A completed facility is turned over to the user. This training concentrates on Step 2 (develop the RFP) and Step 3 (Executing the DB Contract)
  • One of the BIGGEST advantages of design-build is the DB team and it’s relationship. In Design-Bid-Build (DBB) processes, especially the Information for Bidders (IFB) approach (award based upon low bid), the relationship between the Government (us) and (them) the Architect/Engineer and/or Contractor is at arm’s length and adversarial. The design is fixed, and adjustments (change orders), even if justifiable, are difficult and time consuming. It is true that partnering has helped to smooth out the rough spots on many DBB construction projects, but partnering is not continuous. Partnering is periodic, if it happens more than once. In Design-Build (DB) processes, the operational model should be shaped like a “round table”, where all participants, including the DB Contractor and his AE sit with us at the table as fully functioning and participating members of the DB Project Team. The relationship should be collaborative, and partnering should be continuous.
  • The small project template is not necessarily a distinct process. It is not a contract type. It still uses the 6-Part format. It does use short forms of the various Parts, especially Part 2, 3 and 3. It will most likely not be suitable for a project that is intended for a stand-alone process. It will most likely fit with projects that are procured using 8(a), MACC task orders and the Basic Ordering Agreement, or BOA. The 8(a) Negotiated Scope Process was the last topic discussed. You might remember it also applied to Cat II and III, but with it applying to Cat II and some more complex Cat III. That same process can be applied with the scaled down template. BOA Information: Many components are using Basic Ordering Agreements, or BOA, although the predominant use currently may be for Cat 4 work. A BOA usually includes limited design, limited construction, management, and skilled labor for of routine and emergency maintenance and repairs. The BOA: Is not a contract Is a written agreement between NAVFAC and each of several contractors that provides the framework for individual contracts awarded under the umbrella of the BOA Includes basic clauses, conditions Usually each contractor is associated with specific types of construction.
  • This is the NAVFAC Design Build website with the arrows pointing to the 6 Parts that make-up the RFP package.
  • All the NAVFAC DB Delivery Processes share a common format . The six parts are a reasonable separation of the major components of an RFP . Part one and two are typical to any contract we write: RFP Part 1 How Contractor does business with the NAVFAC and Contract Clauses RFP Part 2 How Contractor does business with NAVFAC Capitol Improvements and this particular Navy Base . Parts three, four, five and six are logical progression of the information needed to define the project. RFP Part 3 – Find the owner/facility requirements RFP Part 4 – Find the Materials Systems requirements RFP Part 5 – Find special Materials & Systems requirements RFP Part 6 – Specific site and existing conditions to explain Parts 3 & 4.
  • Let’s recap two take-aways from this design-build training: The RFP is based on the same 6-Part format There are essentially 3 “processes” associated with 3 different contract vehicles: Stand-Alone, MACC and MACC Low-Risk and 8(a) Negotiated Scope. Take a look at this slide. What’s the first thing you notice? Same 6 Parts What’s the next thing you notice, if your particularly observant? Smaller –one sheet vs stack – for PARTS 2-6. Here’s some “show and tell:” Here’s a sample “Small Project” RFP – it’s for various renovations inside a one-story, 21,000SF building that houses the Security Office. Part 2, the General Requirements, is 15 pages. Part 3, the Project Program, is 1 page – a single paragraph with a list of 10 specific items of work. Part 4, gives the Minimum Materials, Engineering and Construction Requirements and is 16 pages. Part 5, Prescriptive Specs, is not used. Part 6 contains 3 attachments – 8-1/2 x 11” sheets with schematic drawings showing scope of work locations. That’s a total of 35 pages not including Part 1. It looks like a Cat 3 project – and the contract vehicle happens to be 8(a) negotiated scope. The size of the RFP isn’t the important part – the RIGHT size is what we’re aiming for. We don’t need the deep-sea fishing gear to fish off the pier … The Small Project template is posted on the Design-Build website – go to the far-right Tab labeled “Download”
  • Design-Build (DB) is NAVFAC’s preferred construction project delivery system. Design-Build is the method of project accomplishment where a single contractor is responsible for both the design and construction of a project. Under Design Bid Build (DBB) project delivery, separate contracts and relationships are established with a “designer” and a “constructor.” DB integrates the services of the Architect Engineer (AE) and the Construction Contractor into a single contract unifying all of the elements of project delivery. Using DB as NAVFAC’s primary construction process for project delivery provides numerous benefits to the Government and the client. The DB Training is structured to provide you with the tools to better accomplish your jobs and to help the entire DB Team best understand the latest NAVFAC Guidance. The training provides detail on the approved DB processes, appropriate level of engineering, the acquisition processes, post-award processes, roles and responsibilities, and process improvements. The training will be accomplished to give the entire Navy DB Team the opportunity to understand the new processes, procedures and R&R at the same time. We encourage you to listen carefully and ask questions. The goal of the training is to prepare you to leverage DB to its fullest advantage.
  • Mr. Garrett Lee

    1. 1. Design-Build for Small Projects NAVFAC Hawaii Capital Improvements Design Division
    2. 2. PRESENTATION OVERVIEW <ul><li>Design-Build (DB) in NAVFAC </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>What is Design-Build? </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Why Design-Build? </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Contract Vehicles for Small Project DB </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Single Source Negotiated Scope </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Small Project </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>6 Part Request for Proposal (RFP) Format </li></ul>
    3. 3. What is Design-Build? <ul><li>FAR 36.102 defines Design-Build as combining design and construction in a single contract with one Contractor </li></ul><ul><li>Utilizes the standard 6 part NAVFAC Design-Build RFP process </li></ul><ul><li>Design-Build RFP tells the Contractor what is needed and not how to accomplish the project </li></ul><ul><li>Design-Build projects are projects that require design by a licensed professional architect or engineer </li></ul>
    4. 4. Why Design-Build in NAVFAC ? <ul><li>Better quality facilities in less time and for less overall cost </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Independent Study Confirms DB as a Better Method </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>NAVFAC has declining resources and funds </li></ul><ul><li>Design-Build is NAVFAC’s preferred execution method </li></ul>
    5. 5. <ul><li>Requirements </li></ul>RFP Design-Build Contract Design-Build Process Completed Facility
    6. 6. Design-Build Project Team NAVFAC IPT Staff ACQ / PM / DM Client Project Sponsor The Entire Design-Build Project Team Design-Build Prime Contractor DB Contractor’s A-E DOR DB Contractor’s Major Subcontractors DB Contractor’s Major Suppliers NAVFAC CIBL Tech Staff NAVFAC FEAD Staff Client End User
    7. 7. DESIGN-BUILD PROCESSES <ul><li>There are four DB processes, each with a specific applicability : </li></ul><ul><li>Standard – This process competes several contractors in a single source selection. Suited for large projects. </li></ul><ul><li>MACC – This process competes within a defined pool of contractors and is for projects that are suitable for follow-on task orders to an existing MACC (Multiple Award Construction Contract). </li></ul><ul><li>Single Source Negotiated Scope – This process allows the Government and client to develop the scope of work with a single contractor. It takes advantage of the set-aside programs, often 8(a), and is usually used for smaller, low risk projects . </li></ul><ul><li>Small Project – This process is designed for the single source negotiated and is specifically for small, low risk projects . </li></ul>
    8. 9. WHICH CONTRACT VEHICLE? Tailored design Plans & limited specs (supplemented by shop drawings & submittals) Limited engineering Design / Engineering Effort Whole Building Renovation, Construct PEB, Install Elevator, Seismic Upgrade of Building A/C Replacement, Fire Sprinkler, Office Alteration, Toilet Renovation Example Type Projects Usually < $3,000,000 SSN < $3,000,000 Small Proj < $1,000,000 Project Size 8(a) MACC Single Source Negotiated / Small Project
    9. 10. NAVFAC DESIGN-BUILD REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL WEBSITE RFP Parts 1 through 6 www.wbdg .org/ndbm
    10. 11. NAVFAC Design-Build Master Format NAVFAC DB RFP WEBSITE: www.wbdg.org/ndbm / Proposal Forms & Documents Performance Technical Specifications Prescriptive Specifications Attachments Project Program General Requirements Statement of work PART 6 PART 5 PART 4 PART 3 PART 2 PART 1
    11. 12. SMALL PROJECT TEMPLATE Proposal Forms & Documents Performance Technical Specifications Prescriptive Specifications Attachments Project Program General Requirements Statement of work Small Project PART 2 Small Project PART 3 Small Project PART 4 PART 5 (Typically not required) Small Project PART 6 Parts 2 thru 6 are scaled down versions of the DB Master Format PART 1
    12. 13. Questions? NAVFAC Hawaii Capital Improvements Design Division

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