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File #: 18-4687    Version: 1 Name: CONSTRUCTION MANAGER at RISK SELECTION- Northern Regional Recreation Center
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 4/30/2018 In control: Asset/Facility Management
On agenda: 5/15/2018 Final action:
Title: : CONSTRUCTION MANAGER at RISK SELECTION - Northern Regional Recreation Center
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CONSTRUCTION MANAGER at RISK SELECTION - Northern Regional Recreation Center

Authorize the County Manager to negotiate a fee and execute contracts with Edison Foard/Wharton-Smith for Pre-Construction and Construction Management at Risk services for the Northern Regional Recreation Center, and in the event negotiations with this firm are unsuccessful, approve negotiations with the second ranked firm,

Staff Contact: Bert Lynn, PLA, ASLA Project Manager, Asset and Facility Management

Presentation: No

The Northern Regional Recreation Center project is a new multi-use recreation complex. The site for the new facility is located on Old Statesville Road/Highway 115 on an undeveloped 41.4 acre site purchased specifically for this project in 2013. Park and Recreation’s priority is to provide a public service facility to the residents of northern Mecklenburg County with a variety of health, wellness, and educational opportunities. The Northern Regional Recreation Center is anticipated to be a multi-story structure with the following amenities:

· Sports/Gymnasiums
· Health/Wellness/Fitness Center
· Running/Walking Track
· Aquatics
· Technology/Education Center
· Community Meeting Rooms/Classrooms
· Age focused rehabilitation facilities (dedicated senior/youth spaces)
· Offices
· Kitchen
· Site Infrastructure Improvements

The Board of County Commissioners authorized the use of the Construction Manager at Risk Contract Methodology for the project at the February 6, 2018 meeting.

G.S. 143-64.31 requires a Construction Manager at Risk be selected through a qualifications-based process. Accordingly, a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) was advertised in the Charlotte Observer, the Charlotte Post, and the State of North Carolina Interactive Purchasing System. Notices were also provided to the County MWSBE office.

During the advertisement period, twenty-four (24) firms expressed an interest in the project ...

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