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Program and Construction Management Services related to the Wastewater System Priority Projects
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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 engineering services will be required for the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) for program and construction management services related to the wastewater system priority projects. PARTICIPATION RESTRICTIONS: Proposers are advised that the selected Program and Construction Management professional and its subconsultants will be precluded from participating as a prime consultant or subconsultant at any tier on any of the following Projects listed below: o Design Services for Wastewater Collection & Transmission System, Project Number E13-WASD-04 o Design Services for Wastewater Treatment Plant, Project Number E13-WASD-05 o Engineering Services for Capacity, Management, Operation & Maintenance Program (CMOM), Project Number E13-WASD-06 Proposers are hereby directed to the NTPC for more specific information. The restriction above is not intended to affect any of the work currently under contract. The Miami-Dade County’s Water and Sewer Department (WASD) is the primary provider of water and wastewater services to Miami-Dade County serving a population of almost 2.3 million, making it among the largest water/wastewater utilities in the United States. At the May 21, 2013, Board of County Commissioners meeting, the Board approved the Consent Decree (CD) negotiated with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). The CD outlines the activities to be undertaken to reduce Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO’s), exceedances of treated effluent limitations, and to ensure proper management, operation and maintenance practices. All capital improvement projects must be completed on or before fifteen (15) years from the date of lodging of the CD with the United States District Court. Many program requirements are required to be delivered within a certain time after the CD’s “effective date” which is defined as the date the court enters the CD or six (6) months after the date of lodging whichever occurs first. WASD recognizes the need for Program and Construction Management services to assist with the implementation of the CD when it is lodged with the Court. The Consultant shall be familiar with the most recent version of the draft CD which will be available for review at WASD’s website at http://www.miamidade.gov/water/wastewater-improvement-projects.asp. The Consultant shall manage the overall delivery of all tasks required for development and implementation of a comprehensive and technically sound long-term Capacity, Management, Operations and Maintenance (CMOM) program, as well as for the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning of the capital projects required in the CD. The Consultant shall ensure that the program components are technically, economically, and functionally consistent and are implemented in a manner that meets the specific deadlines and milestones of the CD and the requirements of the Clean Water Act, WASD’s National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permits, Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) regulations, and any additional applicable regulatory requirements. The scope of services to be provided by the Consultant includes, but is not limited to, the following: a) Validate the condition assessments and corresponding capital program for the Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP) and Wastewater Collection and Transmission System (WCTS). b) Outline, identify and/or develop preliminary policies, procedures, and practices that establish the means and methods to meet the requirements of the CD. c) Identify potential risks that may have an impact on the implementation of the Capital Program and provide a mitigation plan. This includes identifying and recommending mitigation options to deal with future sea level rise and storm surge. d) Advise and provide, strategic, and day-to-day oversight and direction to the Program. e) Prepare and maintain, together with WASD’s staff, a Program Management Plan for use by the Program Team. This includes establishing communication protocols, design and process standards. f) Coordinate and assist WASD with Wastewater Facilities Master Planning as required to ensure comprehensive and long term viability of the Consent Decree Capital Improvements. g) Provide wastewater hydraulic computer modeling services required by the Consent Decree that is currently under negotiation, including model updates and calibration, and as required in support of the Pump Station Improvement Program using the WASD Infoworks CS model. This requires the consultant to have license(s) of Infoworks CS Hydraulics Software, latest version and be proficient with its use on large wastewater transmission and gravity networks. h) Establish standards and guidelines for cost-estimating. The Consultant shall work with WASD staff to ensure that all project cost estimates meet the cost estimating standards, including those in planning, preliminary engineering, and detail design. The Consultant shall review cost estimates generated for consistency with the standards and guidelines and to ensure that cost estimates performed at various stages in the design process adequately and appropriately incorporate factors to account for project risk elements. i) Develop and manage the program master schedule and task schedules, and provide budget/cost oversight of all program elements and resources. j) Develop monthly progress reports that include accomplishments during the most recent reporting period, upcoming activities for the next reporting period, tracking of issues and action items identified, other related information, and contract status. Monthly reports shall be reviewed as part of monthly status meetings with the WASD Program Team. These reports may be used to prepare reports submitted to EPA as part of the CD requirements. k) Work with WASD to establish and implement both a physical and an electronic central CD documents library. All documents associated with the CD, including reports, meeting agendas/minutes, transmittals, design drawings and specifications, technical memorandums, schedules, e-mails etc. shall be managed and organized in the library. The Consultant may be requested to provide assistance to WASD in the development and management of a public website that contains information related to the execution of the Program. The Consultant shall develop templates for documents and reports to ensure consistency throughout the CD Program. l) Support WASD with public outreach of the CD Program which may include responding to inquiries and complaints. m) Participate in update meetings with regulatory agencies and contractors and develop required materials for each meeting. n) Assist WASD in the preparation of all reports that are required by the CD to be submitted to EPA or any other regulatory authority. o) Perform value engineering. This includes establishing when value engineering shall occur, the format/schedule for value engineering efforts, and establishing a standard value engineering report format and templates. p) Provide assistance to WASD, as-needed, with permits, regulatory and environmental review. The Consultant shall review permit and environmental review work to ensure consistency with the overall Program. q) Assist WASD in the review of design documents including constructability reviews and assist WASD and/or design consultant with bid phase services as needed. r) Oversee and support the design and construction management phases of the capital program as needed. s) Support CMOM implementation as requested. Assist in drafting specifications and assessing contractors’ bids. t) Provide construction managers, construction coordinators, construction engineers, start-up specialists, inspectors, safety officers and administrative personnel for the successful execution of the Consent Decree WWTP and WCTS capital program. u) Perform daily inspections, prepare daily logs, provide detailed review of contractor’s updated and revised schedules, document daily progress and quality of construction work, review shop drawings, prepare recommendations for approval, review schedule of values, provide contract interpretations and clarifications, process and authorize progress payments including allowance account and change orders, review operation and maintenance manuals, respond to requests for information, and certify completion of the capital improvements. v) Aid in the integration of consultant staff with WASD staff. County’s Intent to Award and Term of Agreement One (1) non-exclusive Professional Services Agreement (PSA) with a five (5) year term with two (2) five (5) year options-to-renew at the County’s sole discretion will be awarded under this solicitation. The total amount of compensation will be negotiated with the selected consultant. No minimum amount of work or compensation will be assured to the retained consultant. The County reserves the right to re-use the work products of the retained consultant and to retain other consultants to provide the same or similar services at its sole discretion. Experience and Qualifications: The Prime Consultant must demonstrate the following experience: 1. A Prime consultant submitting should be an engineering firm experienced in all phases of wastewater engineering, including master planning, design, permitting, construction, and operation and maintenance of wastewater collection, transmission, treatment and disposal systems. 2. The Prime consultant should also demonstrate their successful experience with Program Management Services related to the above activities, as well as planning, implementing and managing CMOM program of similar scope of complexity within the last ten years from the date of this solicitation. The Prime Consultant should provide descriptions of at least one (1) Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) CD Programs and CMOM in which the Prime Consultant has served as the Program Manager within the past ten (10) years from the date of solicitation. The Respondent shall provide the name and contact information for a key official with the Utility they served as Program Manager who can confirm their role as Program Manager. The descriptions shall include the client (i.e., municipality or agency), key project staff, the project name, percent of project completed to date, a summary of the work performed, the contract amount, the schedule (to include start and completion dates), the specific role of the prime firm, the Program achievements (e.g., projects delivered on schedule, dollars saved, SSO reduction, lessons learned, any fines/penalties incurred, Information System Integration, etc.), and a client reference and contact information. The proposer shall provide the same information for Construction Management Services. 3. The Subconsultants should provide a description of at least one (1) program or project that is relevant to this Scope of Work within the past ten (10) years from the solicitation date specific to their proposed responsibilities for each proposed subconsultant. The descriptions shall include the client (i.e., municipality or agency), key project staff, a summary of the work performed, the contract amount, the schedule (to include start and completion dates), and the specific role of the subconsultant firm, the project’s achievements, and client reference and contact information.
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6.01 Water and Sanitary Sewer Systems - Water Distribution and Sanitary Sewage Collection and Transmission Systems (PRIME) 6.02 Water and Sanitary Sewer Systems – Major Water and Sanitary Sewage Pumping Facilities (PRIME) 6.03 Water and Sanitary Sewer Systems – Water and Sanitary Sewage Treatment Systems (PRIME) 17.00 Engineering Construction Management (PRIME) 9.01 Soils, Foundations and Materials Testing – Drilling, Subsurface Investigations and Seismographic Services 9.02 Soils, Foundations and Materials Testing – Geotechnical and Materials Engineering Services 9.04 Soils, Foundations and Materials Testing – Non-Destructive Testing and Inspections 10.05 Environmental Engineering – Contamination Assessment and Monitoring 11.00 General Structural Engineering 12.00 General Mechanical Engineering 13.00 General Electrical Engineering 15.01 Surveying and Mapping – Land Surveying 16.00 General Civil Engineering 19.06 Value Analysis and Life Cycle Costing – Water and Sanitary Systems
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