MTA Capital Construction -Contract# PS886 -Program Management and Consultant Construction Management Services for the 42nd Street Corridor Midtown
Notice Summary :
MTA CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION
Contract #: PS886
Due Date: 12/11/19
Title: Program Management and Consultant Construction Management Services for the 42nd Street Corridor Midtown Projects
Description: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority ("MTA"), by and through its agent MTA Capital Construction Company ("MTACC"), both of which are public benefit corporations existing by virtue of Article 5, Title 11 of the Public Authorities Law, hereby solicits proposals for Contract PS886, Program Management and Consultant Construction Management Services for the 42nd Street Corridor Midtown Projects.
MTACC has identified the need to coordinate, manage, and oversee the various MTA and private developer projects within the 42nd Street Transit Corridor from Times Square to and within Grand Central Terminal ("Project Area"). Goals and objectives include coordination of customer communications with a single voice, condensing individual project schedules and budgets through innovative project packaging and contracting methodologies, coordinating common safety/quality standards, and minimizing inconvenience to MTA customers during construction activities.
The scope of work for this Contract includes projects that are currently being performed and those to be undertaken in the future by MTA and its affiliated agencies as well as private developers within the Project Area. The Selection Committee will evaluate all technical/managerial proposals based on the following criteria:
1) Project understanding and proposed technical approach;
2) Qualifications and experience of proposed prime and subconsultant Key Personnel;
3) Proposed management approach, including plan for interfacing with all stakeholders;
4) Past performance on MTA or other contracts requiring similar services;
5) Current workload of proposer and Key Personnel; and
6) Other relevant matters, including issues that might be raised after release of the RFP and overall adherence to the requirements of the RFP in terms of quality and completeness.
It is anticipated that a portion or all of the funding for this contract will come from a grant from the Federal Transit Administration and/or the Federal Railroad Administration.