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Architectural and Engineering Services for PortMiami Cruise Terminals and Central Examination Facilities
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The County Mayor, Miami-Dade County (County), pursuant to Section 287.055, Florida Statutes, Sections 2-8.1 and 2-10.4 of the County Code, Implementing Order 3-34, and Administrative Order (A.O.) 3-39, announces that professional architectural and engineering services will be required for the PortMiami Cruise Terminals and Central Examination Facilities. The Prime Consultant and/or A&E subconsultants selected for award of this solicitation will not be allowed to propose or be considered for any design-build projects, for which design criteria specifications are developed for PortMiami under this A&E Professional Services Agreement. PortMiami is seeking consultant services to provide professional architectural, engineering and construction administration services (to include coordination with all regulatory agencies, as appropriate) for new construction, modifications and improvements to optimize Port Facilities; including, but not limited, to Cruise Terminals A, B, C, D, and E, United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Centralized Examination Stations and Operational/Maintenance Support Facilities. The scope of services includes general and Port and Waterway Systems Architectural and Engineering Planning, Design and Post Design Services for Repairs, Upgrades and New Construction for Port Facilities. These professional services are required for multiple projects that will provide state of the art facilities to support Port Operations that are evolving as the industry advances. Projects may include upgrades or new construction for all or some of the following: Cruise Terminals; Ferry Terminals; Provisional Facilities; Baggage Conveyance Systems; Horizontal and Vertical Circulation Systems; Connection of Boarding Bridges to Facilities; Landside and Waterside Site Development; Wharf and Berthing Improvements; Wharf Access; Intermodal Areas; Ancillary Roadways; Parking Facilities; Restrooms; Canopies; Wayfinding; Life Safety; ADA Accessibility; Landscaping; Operational and Security Enhancements including checkpoints and CBP Processing Areas; Access Control; Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment; and all related infrastructure; building and structure work ancillary to the basic work scope. The consultant shall provide all the necessary investigations; surveys; site investigations; studies; modeling; architectural and engineering designs and design criteria; including the analysis of “sustainable systems” and possible LEED certification; fire protection; interior design; civil engineering; structural engineering; mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP); audio/visual design; cost estimates; schedules; coordination with baggage carousels, passenger boarding bridges (PBB), and Art in Public Places; value engineering coordination; construction documents; environmental and building permitting; bidding assistance; site visits; inspections; construction administration including construction inspection services and review of shop drawings; proposed substitutions; pay requests; change orders; commissioning; claims assistance coordination; and any supportive ancillary tasks to the primary scope of services to successfully complete all phases of the project. All work shall be conducted to meet or exceed professional standards: comply with PortMiami Security requirements; PortMiami Design Guidelines; and the United States Customs and Border Protection Cruise Terminal Design Standards (USCBP CTDS), Small Sea/Cruise/Ferry Federal Inspection Services (FIS) Facility Requirements, Standards for Security of International Cargo; as needed and conform with the County’s Sustainable Buildings Program, Implementing Order No. 8-8. One PSA with a not-to-exceed value of $4,400,000 (inclusive of a contingency allowance) will be executed for an effective term of four (4) years for professional services requested during the initial term. Two (2) one–year options to extend shall be based solely on approval by the County Mayor or County Mayor’s designee. The aforementioned effective term excludes the warranty administration period.
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TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 5.02 - Port and Waterway Systems - Architectural Design (PRIME) 5.03 - Port and Waterway Systems - Cruise Terminal Design (PRIME) 18.00 - Architectural Construction Management (PRIME) 22.00 - ADA Title II Consultant (PRIME) 5.04 - Port and Waterway Systems - Cruise Terminal Equipment Design 13.00 - General Electrical Engineering 5.08 - Port and Waterway Systems - Marine Engineering Design 15.01 - Surveying and Mapping - Land Surveying 5.10 - Port and Waterway Systems - Transportation Systems Design 16.00 - General Civil Engineering 11.00 - General Structural Engineering 17.00 - Engineering Construction Management 12.00 - General Mechanical Engineering 20.00 - Landscape Architecture
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