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  • Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES Posted August 28, 2007 A. Introduction The Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority (HRHA) seeks proposals from qualified architectural and engineering firms to provide A/E services for development of comprehensive construction documents and services for the demolition and construction of 32 universally accessible housing units at Franklin Heights. The RFP may be obtained from HRHA’s Administrative Office located at 286 Kelly Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia, by phone request at (540) 434-7386 or by email at mdkacmarski@harrisonburgrha.com. Offerors submitting proposals to the RFP must not be debarred, suspended or otherwise prohibited from professional practice by any Federal, State or Local Agency. PROPOSALS in response to this RFP (unbound original and 6 copies) are due no later than 12:00 noon (eastern standard time) on September 28, 2007, and should be addressed as follows: PROPOSAL: ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES Matthew Kacmarski, Community Development and Grant Coordinator Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority 286 Kelly Street P.O. Box 1071 Harrisonburg, VA 22802 Questions regarding this RFP should be directed prior to September 28, 2007 to Matthew Kacmarski, Phone 540-434-7386, Fax 540-432-1113 or email mdkacmarski@harrisonburgrha.com. THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUBMITTING A RESPONSE TO THIS RFP AT THE OFFICES OF HARRISONBURG REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING AUTHORITY ON OR BEFORE THE STATED TIME AND DATE WILL BE SOLELY AND STRICTLY THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OFFEROR. HRHA WILL IN NO WAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DELAYS CAUSED BY THE UNITED STATES MAIL DELIVERY OR CAUSED BY ANY OTHER OCCURRENCE. NO FACSIMILIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. HRHA reserves the right to reject any and all proposals.
  • Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority Request for Proposals – Architectural and Engineering Services December 3, 2004 B. Background HRHA serves residents of the City of Harrisonburg by providing affordable housing for low-income families, including seniors and disabled individuals. The agency’s mission and philosophy is: To promote adequate and affordable housing economic opportunity and a suitable living environment free from discrimination; and to foster redevelopment of blighted areas to ensure the economic, social and housing vitality of our community. Philosophy To treat all individuals with respect and dignity, to base all decisions on rational and provable data and to operate with efficiency in the delivery of all services. The Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority ("the Authority") is a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia created pursuant to Title 36 of the Code of Virginia. An election was held in accordance with the Act on November 8, 1955, at which a majority of the qualified voters of the City voting in such election approved the need for a Redevelopment and Housing Authority to be activated in the City. The Authority was duly organized on November 29, 1955, and it has been in operation since that date without interruption. The Authority operates under state enabling legislation and federal housing regulations of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority manages 100 public housing units and administers over 543 Housing Vouchers. It employs 14 individuals and operates on an annual budget of approximately $13 million. HRHA PUBLIC HOUSING PROPERTIES NON- YEAR DWELLING DWELLING BUILDING PROPERTY BUILT STRUCTURES STRUCTURES UNITS TYPE Duplex/ Garden/ Franklin Heights 59/60 16 0 32 Row House Harrison Duplex/ Garden/ 59/60 19 0 40 Heights Row House Duplex/ Garden/ Scattered Sites 59/60 12 0 28 Row House C. Solicitation 2
  • Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority Request for Proposals – Architectural and Engineering Services December 3, 2004 The Authority is soliciting proposals from qualified architectural/engineering firms to develop construction documents for demolition and construction of 32 universally accessible housing units located at Franklin Heights. HRHA has completed preliminary design layouts and project specifications. These documents are included in this RFP packet. Demolition and construction activities will incorporate Green Building Techniques as outlined in the attached project specifications and comply with EarthCraft requirements. Information on EarthCraft requirements can be found at http://www.southface.org/web/earthcraft_house/ech_main/ech_index.htm. Additionally, the following items are included or will be furnished thorough addendum to this RFP: • Original Site Documents - included. • Phase I Environmental Assessment – included. • Hazardous Materials Survey and Abatement Plan – to be furnished thorough addendum. • Phase II Environmental Assessment – to be furnished through addendum. The construction documents will utilize the planning documents in the developmental design. The final product will be used by the Authority for the demolition, site work, and construction in the proposed site area. The successful offeror will have a working knowledge of and experience with affordable housing design and development. D. Scope of Work 1. Working closely with housing authority personnel and local government, to develop and complete comprehensive construction documents for the proposed site. 2. Assure that the construction documents are in conformance with generally accepted architectural and engineering practices and comply fully with all applicable codes and regulation including, but not limited to, the Authority’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Application and HUD Multifamily Housing Construction Requirements/ Housing Quality Standards. 3. Provide specification, which reflect current requirements, standard and product availability. 4. Provide services to assist the Authority in the bidding and award of the construction contract. 5. Provide services for the construction phase for the administration of the contract. 6. Provide the Authority with two complete notebooks of cut, or tear, sheets of all products that are used as the basis of design of this project when completed construction documents are submitted for final review. All sheets shall be labeled and cross-referenced to the section of the specification where they are stipulated. 3
  • Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority Request for Proposals – Architectural and Engineering Services December 3, 2004 The notebook shall be assembled in an order using the specification division and section format. 7. Provide the Authority all construction drawings in autocad format. 8. Provide the Authority all construction documentation and specifications in word format. E. Evaluation of Proposals Proposals will be evaluated and the contract awarded in accordance with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development procurement regulations, the “Procurement of Professional Services” provisions of the Virginia Public Procurement Act (Section 11-35 ff. of the Code of Virginia of 1950) and the Purchasing Policy of the Housing Authority. Any architectural/engineering firm, which has the capability to perform these services and desires to be considered for selection is invited to submit a proposal, which responds to the following evaluation factors and additional requirements of this RFP: 1. Evaluation Factors EVALUATION FACTOR POINTS a. Demonstrated expertise in affordable housing design and 30 development in accordance with federal housing and low-income housing tax credit standards. b. Relevant training, knowledge, experience, and level of involvement 25 of the principal(s). c. Expertise, experience, and qualification of any special consultants 10 proposed for providing the services described in the scope of work. d. Proposal implementation schedule and project timeline 10 e. Any non-binding cost estimate information that may be provided, 10 including reimbursable expenses. f. MBE Participation 5 g. LEED/EarthCraft Certification 5 h. Universal Design Certification 5 TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS 100 G. Additional Requirements 1. Current licensing and registration with the Commonwealth of Virginia and a current policy of Error and Omissions insurance. 2. Submit a list of references of past clients for previous work of a similar nature for organizations of comparable size to the proposed scope of work 4
  • Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority Request for Proposals – Architectural and Engineering Services December 3, 2004 3. Completed form HUD-5369-C (Certifications and Representations of Offerors: Non- Construction Contract). Click on the following to link to the form: http://www.hudclips.org/sub_nonhud/html/pdfforms/5369-c.pdf 4. Signed Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace Addendum. 5. MBE certification or similar documentation, if applicable. 6. Current LEED Certification. 7. Current Universal Design Certification. Date: August 28, 2007 5