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RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesSAN BERNARDINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS and PROPOSALS(RFQP) forCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICESProcurement No.: CC03-3640.01Proposals Due:2:00 PM PST – February 8, 2021Submit Requests for Information to:Sherri Giffin, Measure CC Bond Program, Program Controls AnalystEmail: sgiffin@sbccd.eduSubmit Proposals To: PlanetBids.com panyID 29414&BidID 76729Applicants must be a registered vendor withSBCCD in PlanetBids to submit a proposalRequest for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 1 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesTable of Contents#HeadingPage #1.Overview of Services Sought by this Request for Qualifications andProposals (“RFQP”)32.Background Information32.1 The District32.2 The Measure CC Bond Program42.3 The Program Manager42.4 Tentative Procurement Schedule for this RFQP52.5 Project Description and Scope63.7Content and Preparing Your Proposal (“Proposal”)3.1 Proposals73.2 Deadline for Qualification and Proposal Submissions114.Evaluation and Selection Criteria for the RFQP114.1Evaluation115.Other Terms, Conditions, Provisions and Requirements of the RFQP136.List of Documents Comprising the RFQP at Time of Initial Issuance19[End of Table of Contents]Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 2 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.011.SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesOVERVIEW OF SERVICES SOUGHT BY THIS RFQPThe District is seeking well qualified CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Firms (“Applicants”) toperform Construction Management Services (“Services”), as further described in this RFQP andAttachments. The Contract that may be awarded following this Request for Qualifications and Proposalsprocess will be based upon, without limitation, the District’s authority pursuant to: Government Codesections 4526 and 53060; Education Code sections 81644 and 81656; applicable District policiesregarding professional service procurements; and other applicable law.The District intends to award a Professional Services Agreement (“PSA”) as a result of this RFQPprocess. The Term “Agreement” and “Contract” as used herein shall refer to all the Contract Documentsthat make up the PSA. The term “Project” as used in this RFQP means all structures, buildings, site work,landscaping, irrigation, on-site work, off-site work, or other improvements to real property of every kindand nature provided for or reasonably inferable to provide a complete building(s) or system(s) for theirintended purpose funded in whole and/or in part with Measure CC bond funds.The District intends to evaluate and select that Applicant whose qualifications and proposal aredetermined to present the most experience, best qualifications, and be the most beneficial and providethe best value to the District based upon the terms and conditions as stated herein in this RFQP.The District intends to select a separate Construction Management (CM) Firm for each campusi.e. one for the San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) campus and one for the Crafton HillsCollege (CHC) campus. Applicant must submit separate full submissions of the RFQP for eachcampus and indicate on the main cover and cover letter which campus the submission is for. Theapplicant is strongly encouraged to submit for both campuses, but it is not required. If theApplicant submits qualification/proposal for both campuses, the Applicant must submit differentstaffing for each campus for each full-time staff.The Sub-Consultant may submitqualifications/proposal with one or multiple Primes. However, if the Sub-Consultant intends tosubmit with a Prime or multiple Primes for both campuses, then the Sub-Consultant must submitdifferent staffing for each campus for any full-time staff. Following the conclusion of the District’sevaluation and scoring of the qualified Applicants’ Proposals, the selected firm for each campus will beidentified for award of the PSA.2.BACKGROUND INFORMATION2.1The DistrictThe mission of the San Bernardino Community College District (“District”) is to transform lives throughthe education of our students for the benefit of our diverse communities. For nearly 100 years, SanBernardino Valley College and Crafton Hills College has provided award-winning, affordable highereducation and career training to low and middle-income students from 21 cities and surroundingcommunities including, Big Bear Lake, Colton, Grand Terrace, Loma Linda, Redlands, Rialto, SanBernardino and Yucaipa. Today, the District serves about 21,000 students every year.With its dedicated professors, ample extracurricular opportunities, supportive staff, and beautifulsurroundings, Crafton Hills College (“CHC”) is a place where students thrive. Since its opening in 1972,more than 100,000 people of different ages, interests, and backgrounds have attended CHC, drawn toRequest for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 3 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management Servicesthe outstanding educational opportunities available to students interested in earning two-year associatedegrees, transferring to four-year colleges and universities to obtain bachelor's degrees, career andtechnical education programs, and general education to increase job effectiveness or learn new skills.CHC offers more than 50 majors in the liberal arts and sciences, vocations, and technical studies, andcurrently serves about 4,500 students. Students can receive multidisciplinary degrees, including FineArts, Health Sciences, Liberal Studies - Teacher Preparation, and Social Science. The Fire Science andEmergency Medical Services-Paramedics programs are some of the finest community college programsin the state, with CHC being the primary trainer for paramedics in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.CHC also has the distinction of being the top community college in the Inland Empire when it comes todegree/certificate completion rates and course retention/success rates.Now in its 90th year, San Bernardino Valley College (“SBVC”) is a comprehensive community collegeoffering a full range of degrees, transfer programs to four-year institutions, and certificates in a wide rangeof careers. As the original and largest of two colleges in the District, SBVC is a regional leader in careerand technical education with programs in nursing, human services, computer information technology,welding, electrical and dozens more. Weekend, online, evening, short-term and distance learning classesare available along with classes in Big Bear.SBVC's mission is to prepare students for transfer to four-year universities, to enter the workforce byearning applied degrees and certificates, to foster economic growth and global competitiveness throughworkforce development, and to improve the quality of life in the Inland Empire and beyond.Centrally located near the 10 and 215 freeways, SBVC serves 12,000 students every semester.2.2Measure CC Bond ProgramOn November 6, 2018, the voters approved Measure CC, which will generate 470 million to upgradethe District’s facilities. The District hasn’t passed a local college bond measure in a decade; therefore,the District faces a backlog of college infrastructure projects. The proceeds of this bond will be used toupdate aging facilities for safe, 21st-century education, and to repair college facilities to train firefighters,health care providers, police, engineers, and technicians who fuel our local economy (“Bond Program”).Additional information on the Bond Program may be obtained by visiting the District’s website athttp://www.sbccd.org/qualitycolleges.2.3Program ManagerThe Measure CC Bond Program sometimes also referred to as the “Building Program”, will be managedcentrally by the Program Management Office (“PMO”). The PMO will oversee all construction activitiesand professional services in relation to the Bond Program on behalf of the District. The PMO contractwas awarded to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. on or about June 1, 2019 (“AECOM” and/or “PMO”).The PMO reports directly to the District’s Director, Facilities Planning, Emergency Management &Construction.The District’s Business Manager, Steve Sutorus will be the District’s Authorized Representative forconducting the RFQP. The PMO firm will be the District’s Authorized Representative for administeringand enforcing the contracts awarded, if any, by the District’s Board of Trustees pursuant to this RFQP.Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 4 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesWhen retained, Construction Management Teams (“CMT”’s) will manage construction activity andprovide field level construction management at the colleges. The CMT will report and be accountable tothe Program Manager and the District. The District will also have a direct hire District employee, a“Campus Project Manager” (“CPM”). This individual will be fully dedicated to the Bond Program, paid bythe bond and be part of the Bond Program organization. The individual in this position will function as aday to day representative for the District and corresponding Colleges with responsibilities to collaboratewith the Colleges’ administration, PMO, CMT, and other consultants, and will report to the District’sDirector, Facilities Planning, Emergency Management & Construction. The CPM’s role is not to directthe work, but to look out for the ongoing maintainability/functionality/operability of the Colleges during theplanning, design, procurement, construction, commissioning and post-construction phases. The CPM’sduties may include, but are not limited to solving problems, developing solutions that work for theColleges, contributing to the design and constructability of the plans, providing input on constructionschedules and budget, assisting with the procurements of various consultants and contractors,communicating and coordinating with the Colleges administration, PMO, and the CMT, and reviewingnecessary submittals to ensure compatibility with campus systems.2.4RFQP Tentative Procurement ScheduleThe following Tentative Procurement Schedule is provided as a courtesy only. The District reserves theright to change any and/or all dates in its sole discretion. Any changes made to the schedule will be madevia Addendum to this RFQP.RFQP IssuanceDecember 21, 2020Mandatory Virtual Pre-Proposal ConferenceJoin Microsoft Teams Meeting 1 213-204-2377 United States, Los Angeles (Toll)(877) 286-5733 United States (Toll-free)Conference ID: 497 006 258#Local numbers Reset PINoptions Learn more about Teams MeetingJanuary 5, 20219:00AM PSTJoin with a video conferencing device176484854@teams.bjn.vc VTC Conference ID: 1181776341Alternate VTC dialing instructionsPre-proposal Open Campus Site VisitsRequests for Clarifications (“RFCs”) Due prior to:Final Addendum Issued:January 7, 2021 andJanuary 8, 20219:00AM-Noon PSTJanuary 8, 20212:00PM PSTJanuary 13, 20212:00PM PSTFebruary 8, 2021at 2:00PM PSTProposals Due prior to:Shortlist NotificationFebruary 23, 2021Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 5 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesInterviews of Short List FirmsFebruary 24, 2021 andFebruary 25, 20211:00PM – 5:00PM PSTNotice of Intent to Award (NOIA) Issued to Selected Firm:March 11, 2021Board of Trustees ActionMarch 25, 2021Projected Notice to Proceed (NTP)Week of March 29, 2021Note:The District deserves the right to adjust/change any of the above dates at its own discretion.The final selection of the CM firms is contingent upon Board of Trustees approval.2.5Project Description and Scope – Construction Management Services2.5.1 Project Description – Construction Management Services:As described above the District consists of two campuses, San Bernardino Valley College and CraftonHills College, and the Measure CC Bond will be building a number of new buildings as well as renovatinga number of existing buildings. In order to provide construction management services, the District intendsto enter into an agreement with a separate construction management firm for each campus. The servicesprovided by the Applicant, will consist of pre-construction, bid and award, construction, post-constructionphases and general administration of the various projects. The following are the current list of projectsapproved by the Board in May 2020 and include but are not limited to:Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 6 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management Services2.5.2 Scope of Work Items:Refer to the Agreement for Construction Management Services Exhibit 16, Exhibit A for the Scope ofWork.3.CONTENT AND PREPARING YOUR PROPOSALThis section describes how you should package your Statement of Qualifications (“SOQ”) and Proposalfor submittal (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Proposal”). The Proposal shall comply with therequirements of the RFQP Documents and provide a straightforward, clear, complete and concisedescription of the Applicant’s ability and experience to perform and provide the Scope of Services sought.3.1ProposalEach section in your Proposal should bear the same corresponding number and heading as they appearin Section 3.1.1 through Section 3.1.3 below.Proposals shall be prepared on standard letter size (8 1/2" x 11") paper. Proposals shall be typed andshall not include any unnecessarily elaborate or promotional material. Lengthy narrative is discouraged.Print shall not be a font size of less than eleven (11).All Proposals shall be made and shall be received through the District’s PlanetBids Vendor Portal mpanyID 29414&BidID 76729Applicants must be a registered vendor with SBCCD in PlanetBids to submit a proposal.Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 7 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management Services3.1.1 Cover Page (not scored):Prepare a Cover Page for your Proposal that states:“ ”[Insert your firm name on the line above]PROPOSALFORCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES“ ”[Insert the name of the campus on the line above and a separate submittal for each campus]Procurement No.: CC03-3640.01Date Submitted: February 8, 20213.1.2 Table of Contents (not scored):Each Proposal must include, immediately following the Cover Page, a complete Table of Contentsof all information, sections, and exhibits included in your Proposal, including page numbers.3.1.3 Cover Letter (not scored):Following the Table of Contents, insert a Cover Letter addressed to the District as follows:Farrah FarzanehDirector, Facilities Planning, Emergency Management & ConstructionSan Bernardino Community College District550 E. Hospitality Lane, Suite 200San Bernardino, CA 92408Re: Request for Qualifications and Proposals – Construction Management ServicesProcurement No.: CC03-3640.01Campus: ”[Insert the name of the campus on the line above and separate submittal for each campus]Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 8 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesThe Cover Letter shall be limited to three (3) pages and contain the following:3.1.3.1Identification (name, address and telephone number) of the Applicant.The District will not accept Proposals from a Joint Venture or two (2)firms acting as General Partners. If two (2) firms have paired togetheras partners or co-venture, clearly indicate which firm will act as the“prime” and which will act as the “consultant and/or sub-consultant”.Any PSA awarded will be issued to only the “prime” firm;3.1.3.2Name, title, address, telephone number and email address of acontact person on behalf of the Applicant for the duration of the RFQPprocess;3.1.3.3Brief statement of why your Team should be chosen to be awarded aPSA; and3.1.3.4Signature of a person authorized to bind the Applicant to the terms ofthe Proposal, and to negotiate contract terms and make bindingdecisions in all matters relating to the RFQP and PSA.3.1.4 Attachments 1-13 to the RFQP – MUST BE SUBMITTED as part of the ProposalUnder this Section, prepare a Table of Contents, identifying the documents you are submitting aspart of the Proposal. Each Table of Contents section should have at least one (1) matching labeleddivider and tab.Attachment1Qualification Questionnaire (Parts A and B)Attachment2Individual Resume FormAttachment3Applicant History and Project ExperienceAttachment4Sub-Consultant History and Project ExperienceAttachment5Acknowledgment of Addenda FormAttachment6Applicant’s Representations and Certifications FormAttachment7Conflict of Interest Certification FormAttachment8Authorization to Release Information FormAttachment9Non-Collusion DeclarationAttachment10Non-Discrimination DeclarationAttachment11Confidentiality AgreementAttachment12Exhibits Part 1A, 1B and 1C and AcknowledgmentAttachment13Hourly Rates and Personnel ClassificationsRequest for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 9 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesShould you fail to complete, sign, and turn in as part of your Proposal Attachments 1-13 that arefound at the end of this RFQP Document, your Proposal may be deemed “non-responsive” andrejected.In addition, at the end of the Proposal, you should insert all explanations and other documentsrequired to be submitted in response to the RFQP. List and identify each attachment in the Tableof Contents.3.1.5 Attachments 14-16 (and Appendix A, if applicable) to the RFQP – These are NOT TOBE SUBMITTEDThe following Attachments are provided and attached to the end of this RFQP for the Applicant’sinformation.Attachments 14-16 are NOT TO BE SUBMITTED as part of your Proposal .2141516ARFQP Responsiveness ChecklistBid/Proposal Protest ProcedureProfessional Services Agreement (Sample)Reference Documents (if applicable)Deadlines and Proposals Submission3.2.1 Time for Submitting your ProposalThe deadline for submitting your Proposal is not later than time and date per the table in 2.4.In the sole and absolute discretion of the District, any Proposal submitted after the stated deadlinemay not be accepted, deemed non-responsive, and rejected without further consideration.3.2.2 Manner of Submitting your ProposalThe District will receive Proposals only through electronic submission.All Proposals shall be made and shall be received through the District’s PlanetBids Vendor Portalat: nyID 29414&BidID 76729.Applicants must be a registered vendor with SBCCD in Planet Bids to submit. Any proposalsreceived after the time and date stated above or after any extensions due to material changes willnot be opened. Please take note that PlanetBids’ system will not allow electronic submissionsafter 2:00 PM PDT. It is recommended that the proposal is submitted to allow enough time for thesystem to upload.Request for Qualifications and Proposals – Construction Management ServicesProcurement No.: CC03-3640.01Proposals submitted in any other manner will not be considered.Applicant is solely responsible for timely submission of its Proposal and any failure of timelydelivery shall not constitute an excuse for late receipt.Request for Qualifications and ProposalsPage 10 of 21

RFQP PROCUREMENT NO.: CC03-3640.01SBCCD Measure CC ProjectConstruction Management ServicesPlease allow time to submit before the submission deadline. A date/time stamped receipt will beplaced on each Proposal when received. Proposals submitted via fax, telephone, e-mail, mail,and/or in a

Construction Management Services Request for Qualificationsand Proposals Page5 of21 When retained, Construction Management Teams (“CMT”’s) will manage construction activity and providefield level construction management at the colleges. The CMT will report and be accountable to the Program Manager and the District.

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