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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000528386


Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 03/31/2016

Close Date: 04/18/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Bozeman, Montana

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 04/11/2016 12:00 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to:. SCOPE OF PROJECT- PROJECT BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION The City may contract with a GC/CM to undertake preconstruction and construction services for structures and site improvements located on the recently acquired Bozeman Sports Park property, situated between Baxter Lane, Flanders Mill Road, W. Oak Street, and N. Cottonwood Road in Bozeman. The project scope, specifications and requirements that are outlined in this solicitation are subject to modification and final contract negotiations. See Exhibit A for additional details on the project scope. A.Background information On July 16, 2012, Resolution 4386 established the Parks, Trails, and Open Space (TOP) Bond improvement program for the purposes of acquiring land and designing and construction of public park and recreational improvements in the City of Bozeman. The City Commission approved a total of $7.5 million from the TOP Bond for the Bozeman Sports Park project, in conjunction with a $976,100 community match through the Bozeman Sports Park Foundation, Inc. The allocation of funds as per Resolution 4521 includes approximately $3,600,000 for park improvements. It is anticipated that the park construction will begin in late summer of 2016. The goal is to have Phase I improvements completed by June of 2017. This project will include a Master Development Plan for the entire 80-acre Bozeman Sports Park site on property recently purchased by the City. The park is bordered by Flanders Mill Road to the east, Baxter Lane to the north, Cottonwood Road to the west, and Oak Street to the south (NW1/4 & in the SW1/4 of section 3 T2S, R5E). The Bozeman Sports Park plan will include multi-use sports and recreational fields that are planned primarily as soccer and lacrosse fields but that could be used for other sports, as well as on-site improvements in support of the playing fields, including a concessions / restroom / maintenance building, interconnecting walkways, and parking lots. The park is also expected to include walking / jogging trails, spectator viewing areas, green infrastructure and landscaping, shade structures, small play features, and an all-accessible playground that is currently being planned as a community-built project. The site is expected to be developed in phases, with Phase I being focused primarily on the north 50% 75% of the site, depending on project budget and fundraising considerations. B.Master Site Plan Design Considerations The Bozeman Sports Park is a multi-phase project designed to meet the current and future needs of the Bozeman field sport community, specifically youth soccer and lacrosse, while providing a community park, urban open space, and Safe-Route-To-School benefits for Bozemans northwestern neighborhoods. Bozemans soccer and lacrosse community hasGC/CM Solicitation for Bozeman Sports Park Project 3 | P a g e undergone tremendous growth over the last 15 years since Adam Bronken Sports Complex was built to accommodate a community of 300 players. Since its construction, these communities have grown tenfold, numbering in excess of 3,000 registered participants in Bozeman Blitzz FC, AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization), Bozeman Adult League Soccer, and Gallatin Valley Lacrosse League. Proposed improvements for the full buildout (Master Site Plan) of the Bozeman Sports Park project include, but are not limited to, the following: Approximately 12 sports fields for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, and other recreational uses Concessions, restroom, and maintenance buildings A 3-acre, fenced-in dog park with shade structures and other amenities Picnic shelter pavilions and dispersed picnicking facilities Several dispersed play features, shade structures, and spectator areas An all-accessible play area of approximately 4000 SF Barrier-free accessible paved walkways and gravel fines inter-connecting trails Native grass and landscaped areas incorporating green infrastructure Parking lot to accommodate approximately 700 vehicles and bus / drop off areas Stormwater detention basin and site utilities Irrigation storage pond and computerized irrigation system Maintenance facility and parking C. Project Team Several community organizations have joined forces to create the Bozeman Sports Park Foundation (BSPF) a 401c3 non-profit organization for the purposes of raising funds and providing assistance with design and ultimately the operation of the Bozeman Sports Park. A Master Site Plan has been developed with community input by the project Design Consultant (comprised of professional engineers, landscape architects, and architects with DOWL, LLC as prime). The Project Team contacts include: Carolyn Poissant, City of Bozeman TOP Project Manager (; phone 406-582-2908); Chris Naumann, Liaison for the Bozeman Sports Park Foundation ( phone: >406-586-4008, and Zachary Lowe, PE of DOWL, for the Design Consultant ( ; phone: 406-551-1451). It is anticipated that the GC/CM will start its involvement with the Project during design development for Phase I Site Plan improvements immediately following approval of the Master Site Plan by City Commission.GC/CM Solicitation for Bozeman Sports Park Project 4 | P a g e D.Phase I Project With the current budget, Phase I improvements are expected to include: Four multi-use sports fields Parking lot off Baxter with up to 200 spaces Green infrastructure and stormwater detention Relocation of Farmers Canal ditch from Flanders Mill ROW onto park property Reconstruction of Farmers Canal irrigation pipeline from the property boundaries so as to run north-south through the middle of the site One pre-fabricated restroom building Maintenance yard and shop building and parking lot Two-acre irrigation water storage pond Site utilities required by City and building codes 10-foot wide concrete path along Baxter Lane and Flanders Mill Road Minimum 6-foot wide interconnecting paths Landscaping and irrigation for Phase I development Additional desired features include: One small play area Picnic tables and benches Shade structures Wayfinding signage and kiosk E. Initial Preconstruction Schedule (Target Dates) Completion of Master Site Plan March 30 April 25 Preliminary Phase I Cost Estimate by Consultant April 25 Master Plan to Commission May 2 Design Development of Phase I Site Plan May 15 15 Site Plan Approval DRC meetings (estimated) June 1 June 15 Phase I Construction Documents to 70% June 6 June 24Phase I Cost Estimates at various stages per Exhibit A Solicitation of Donations by BSPF June 27 July 29 Completion of Construction Documents August 1 August 26 Final Pre-Bid Cost Estimate and CD Package August 31 GC/CM Solicits Bids Sept. 4 Sept. 20 Advertise 9/4 and 6/11; bids open 9/20 Presentation of GMP to City Commission October 3GC/CM Solicitation for Bozeman Sports Park Project 5 | P a g e It is the Owners intent to involve the GC/CM in the development of the Project as soon as possible after the successful negotiation of a contract. The anticipated construction schedule is estimated to begin after completion of the construction documents, establishment of the GMP and acceptance by the City in October 2016. F.Anticipated Project Budget The City funding available for construction only is approximately $3 million. The Bozeman Sports Park Foundation has an agreement with the City of Bozeman to provide $976,100 in any combination of donations of cash, materials, and in-kind services for the Project. As such, an important element of this RFQ is the Respondents ability to incorporate potential donations of materials and services meeting the projects design and specifications into the Project. Refer to Exhibit A Scope of Services for the full description of the work associated with the RFP

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Product Codes: 91000, 91400, 95826

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: City of Bozeman

State: Montana

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Carolyn Poissant Bozeman City Hall, 121 N. Rouse Ave., Bozeman, Montana, 59715

Phone: 406-582-2908




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