Project Title
Type of Post
Request for Qualifications
Project Owner
University of Washington
Link to original solicitation

Full Request for Qualifications is available at

Estimated Contract Value
The total project cost is $4.0M, including soft costs
Bid Close: Date and Time
Friday, September 4, at 3:00 p.m.
Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…
None Listed
Additional documentation links and their importance.
None Listed
Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences
Past Performance in the Utilization of sbe, dbe and MWBE: Provide a summary of your firm’s performance in the state of Washington over the last five (5) years on projects of similar size and scope in utilization of small business entities (sbe), disadvantaged business enterprises (dbe), and minority and women-owned enterprises (MWBE).

Business Equity: The University of Washington is committed to providing the maximum practicable opportunity for participation in contracting by sbe, dbe, and MWBE through direct contracts with the University, and sub-consulting or supplier participation. The University has determined that 5% combined sbe/dbe/mwbe participation is practicable and attainable for this project; however no minimum level of sbe/dbe/MWBE participation shall be required as a condition for receiving an award. The University is also an affirmative action-equal opportunity employer.

Scope of work
The scope of services shall include a program verification effort at the beginning of Schematic Design. Upon approval of the program, the selected firm will fully develop and document the final project program and basis of design. The consultant shall provide the full scope of design services associated with a large scale tenant improvement in a science building on the University campus, as outlined in the Agreement for Architectural Services, a link to which is provided later in this document. Note: Special attention should be given to sustainable design practices, finishes and materials for use in this renovation.

The selected firm will work under the direction of the Capital Projects Office and will work closely with the School of Nursing and a Project Steering Committee, as well as Campus Engineering, Environmental Health and Safety, the Office of UW Technology, and other campus entities, as appropriate.

Point of contact – Please include their name, job title, phone, fax, and email address.
Shelly Marriott
Contracts Specialist
University of Washington

Please direct questions regarding this project to:
Catherine Vogt, Project Manager
Phone Number: 206-543-0545

Date of publication in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, August 21, 2015


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