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MTA Construction & Development (MTA C&D) - Contract A-37151: Request for Qualifications for Design-Build Services for Accessibility Upgrades at Twenty-Three Stations in the Five Boroughs of NYC- Package A

Project Specs:

Notice ID # : 724

Bid Date: 01/24/2020

Type Of Notice: Request for Qualifications
Location:
NY:EntireState

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Notice Summary :

MTA CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT (MTA C&D)


Contract #: A-37151            

Due Date: 1/24/20           

Title: Request for Qualifications for Design-Build Services for Accessibility Upgrades at Twenty-Three Stations in the Five Boroughs of NYC- Package A    

Description: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“MTA”), by and through its agent the MTA Construction & Development Company (“MTA C&D”), both of which are public benefit corporations existing by virtue of Article 5, Title 11 of the Public Authorities Law, will be issuing a two-step Request for Proposals (“RFP”) seeking entities interested in providing design-build services for up to three contracts for accessibility upgrades at twenty-three stations in the five boroughs of NYC (the “Contracts”).  In the first step, MTA will issue a Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) seeking Respondents who are qualified and prepared in all respects to design and construct the work of the Contracts on schedule and within budget. In the second step, MTA will issue an RFP for the Contracts to the Respondents determined by MTA to be qualified in the first step.  Respondents with current contracts to perform work on MTA projects must be in good standing and satisfactorily progressing the work on such contracts to be deemed qualified to participate in the solicitation for the Contracts.

It is anticipated that the Contracts will be funded in whole or in part by Federal grants. MTA C&D anticipates using a pass/fail process that incorporates qualitative assessments to evaluate each Respondent.  Evaluation factors include, but are not limited to:

1) completeness of the SOQ and responsiveness to the requirements set forth in the RFQ; 

2) experience;

3) past performance with regard to: quality of work, schedule compliance, meeting D/M/WBE goal requirements;

4) organization and key personnel; 

5) project understanding and approach;

6) responsibility; and  financial strength.

 

For more information visit our website at http://web.mta.info/capconstr/procurement/cc_solicitations.htm







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