PSHIA T4 Fire Pump and Service Entrance Section Replacement- CMAR Services - AV21000107


Solicitation Details

6000001317/AV21000107

Aviation

Julie Smith

11/17/2022 10:00 AM

12/09/2022 12:00 PM

912-00 - CONSTRUCTION SERVICES,GENERAL INC MAINTENANCE/REPAIR SERVICE


Additional Information

The City of Phoenix is seeking a qualified contractor to provide preconstruction services and complete construction services for the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Terminal 4 Fire Pump and Service Entrance Section Replacement Construction Manager at Risk project. The purpose of this project is to replace and upgrade the existing Terminal 4 fire pump with two new fire pumps, replace and upgrade portions of the fire water distribution system and fire alarm system, and to replace and upgrade four 3,000-amp service entrance sections in the Terminal 4 main building to comply with current fire and electrical code requirements. The selected CMAR will work as a team with the designer of record and City staff to ensure an efficient design approach for the project. This project site is located at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Terminal 4, 3400 E. Sky Harbor Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85034. The estimated total cost for construction for this project is $6 million. Direct all questions pertaining to this selection process or contract issues to the Contracts Specialist Samantha B. Ansmann at (602) 681-5361 or by email at samantha.ansmann@phoenix.gov.



Firms must submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) electronically through the ProcurePHX online portal at: https://eprocurement.phoenix.gov/irj/portal.
Firms must submit Title 34 Design-Bid-Build bid responses in person at 200 W. Washington Street, 5th Floor.

NOTE: The City of Phoenix will NOT accept responses submitted after the Date and Time stated in the Solicitation, nor will the City of Phoenix accept responses submitted by fax or e-mail.

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