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					February 8, 2010
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA
PRE-QUALIFICATION STATEMENT
GENERAL, MECHANICAL, AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING FIRMS

For a new School of Art Building 343
180 Dafoe Road, Fort Garry Campus

Please submit applications, prior to                    Direct inquiries to:
2:00 pm (CST) March 4, 2010,
(5 copies) to:
Ms. Roxana Semchuk                                      Ms. Roxana Semchuk
Purchasing Consultant, Purchasing Services              Questions must be submitted in writing,
410 Administration Building                             preferably by e-mail. Only registered
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2                              participants will be issued any required
Ph: (204) 474-9238 Fax: (204) 474-7509                  addenda or clarifications.
E-Mail: roxana_semchuk@umanitoba.ca
Website: www.umanitoba.ca/admin/financial services/purch/Purchsing.htm

Participants must register in writing to Ms. Roxana Semchuk, preferably by e-mail, in order to
receive future correspondence, including addenda.

The University of Manitoba (the University) intends to pre-qualify General, Mechanical, and
Electrical Contractors. The University will retain one of the Pre-qualified General Contracting firms
to provide full General Contracting services for the School of Art Building, a twenty two million
dollar new building built on the site east of Tache Hall and north of the Drake Centre. This project
will be tendered in two phases under separate contracts. The Phase 1 Foundation tender ($2M) is
underway and the Phase 2 Building tender ($22M) is anticipated for May 2010. This Pre-
qualification request is for the Phase 2 portion of the project which will involve a General Contractor
and all supporting sub-trades tendering to and working under the selected General Contractor. Only
General, Mechanical, and Electrical Contractors who have pre-qualified specifically for this
project with the University of Manitoba will be allowed to submit a Phase 2 Building tender.

Contractors are encouraged to ask questions and seek clarification in order to provide the best
possible response to this Pre-qualification Statement.

Firms are invited to submit a Pre-qualification Statement on the forms outlined in the following
pages. Only the requested information should be included in the proposal response. Only the
requested information will be evaluated and rated.

The University reserves the right to suspend the pre-qualification status of any contractor at their
sole discretion, including but not limited to a bidder that is, or has been in a legal dispute with the
University or other entity.




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Following the proposal evaluations, the University will tender the work described in Section 1.0 to
the General Contracting Firms pre-qualified for this project. The General Contractor must, in their
tender submission, select tender pricing from the University of Manitoba list of pre-qualified
Mechanical, and Electrical Contractors approved for this project. For the tender submission,
Electrical Contractors must either be AMP certified (and AMP listed) or carry an AMP
certified (and AMP listed) contractor for the Voice Data portions of the work.


1.0    Description of the Work – New School of Art Building 343

       1.1     General
       The new School of Art Building will be an educational gallery / studio facility for the
       University of Manitoba’s School of Art. Located on the east end of the existing century-old
       Tache Hall residence, the School of Art will be the first building in the redevelopment of
       Tache Hall into the new Marcel A. Desautels Faculty of Music and School of Art Complex.
       The new School of Art Building is being designed to attain a LEED Silver designation.

       It is anticipated that the Phase 2 Building tender will be issued in May 2010 with an urgent
       completion schedule to meet the target completion dates set by the funding requirements of
       the Knowledge Infrastructure Program federal stimulus funding.

       The total value of Phase 2 construction is estimated to be in the range of $22,000,000. The
       respective scopes of work are estimated in the range of: Mechanical $4,000,000, Electrical
       $3,500,000.


       1.2     Architectural
       The new School of Art Building is a three storey building plus one level below grade and has
       a gross area of 69,000ft2. The basement level contains a 120 seat lecture theatre, an
       acoustically controlled soundstage, and support/service spaces. Level 100 is the connection
       level linking the School of Art Building to the Drake Centre and Tier Building via the
       University’s below grade tunnel infrastructure. A future link is planned to Tache Hall. All
       adjacent buildings will be occupied throughout construction of the new building.

       Level 200 (grade level) contains the public functions of the building. In addition to the main
       entrance and foyer, this level contains a large gallery, artwork archive vault, and support
       functions. A grand stair, located directly off of the lobby interconnects all four levels,
       leading up to a clerestory lit atrium. Levels 300 and 400 contain classrooms, a digital suite,
       studios, workshops, and office space.

       The building’s envelope is a combination of aluminum curtain wall on the north Dafoe Road
       elevation and an insulated metal panel wall system on the remaining elevations. The east and
       south facades feature a “green living wall” supported by a full-height aluminum screen
       suspended in front of the insulated metal panel.

       Floor plans and elevations are attached. Please note that these are preliminary drawings,
       subject to change.


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1.3    Structure
Level 100 (below grade) will be a 175mm thick 2-way structural concrete slab set on 200mm
shearmat, designed to meet a 100psf live load. Thickened slab bands will be required where
the slab sits on pile caps. Typical floors (Levels 200, 300, 400) will be a cast-in-place
concrete slab, designed to meet a 100psf live load, set on cast-in-place concrete columns.
Slab thicknesses and supporting beams will vary depending on spans. The roof will be
structural steel (beams, joists and deck) supported on tubular HSS columns.


1.4    Mechanical
HVAC:
    Building heating will be provided from central energy plant steam. A connection will
     be made in the Tache Hall crawlspace, and lines will be routed below grade to Level
     100 of this building. Piping below grade will be installed in concrete service modules.
    Steam to hot water heat exchangers, hot water heating pumps, expansion tank,
     condensate return system, and pressure reducing station will be located in a Level 100
     mechanical room. Hot water will be distributed throughout the building to force flow
     heaters, fan coils, unit heaters, and perimeter radiation.
    Hot glycol for use in ventilation air preheat coils will be generated by hot water
     through a plate and frame heat exchanger.
    Space cooling will be through a combination of central air handling units, precision
     cooling units, and outdoor ventilation air.
    A smoke evacuation system comprised of four 20,000 cfm exhaust fans and two
     40,000 cfm pressurization fans will be provided for the atrium area.
    Chilled water from the central energy plant will be provided for cooling in central air
     handlers and precision cooling equipment. Heat from interior spaces will be rejected
     to the campus recuperator loop in the heating season.
    Exhaust systems for washrooms, heat capture.

Plumbing:
     Plumbing risers for domestic hot water, domestic hot water recirculation, and
      domestic cold water will be routed through risers from Level 100 to washrooms and
      other fixtures throughout the building.
     Domestic hot water will be provided with a steam to hot water heat exchanger and
      storage tank. An electric hot water heater will also be provided for back-up during the
      annual steam plant shut-down.
     Plumbing drainage and vent risers will be routed throughout the building similar to
      the water supply piping.
     Domestic water supply, sanitary sewer, and storm drains will be connected to services
      located on the University property.
     Simplex elevator sump pump complete with automatic controller will serve the
      elevator sump pit. Pump will discharge to grade.
     Storm water will be discharged to the site storm water sewer.




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Fire Protection:
      The building will be sprinklered throughout in accordance with NFPA 13 and
       standpipes will be provided in accordance with NFPA 14. A fire pump complete with
       controller will be installed in accordance with NFPA 20 to suit the height
       requirements of the building. A fire department Stortz connection will be located at
       the main entry to the building on the West side.


1.5    Electrical
The project includes the supply and installation of the following components and systems:

Distribution:
 New high voltage underground service c/w 5kV switchgear and pad mounted oil filled
   transformers for both normal and emergency power.
 Modification of existing 5kV overhead and underground distribution to extend service to
   site.
 New 347/600 Volt, 3, 4W, 1600A main distribution and associated sub-distributions,
   transformers, and panel boards.
 New 347/600 Volt, 3, 4W, 600A emergency main distribution and associated sub-
   distributions, transformers, and panel boards. Includes one 400A/3P closed transition
   transfer switch for life safety and one 200A/3P closed transition transfer switch for non-
   life safety emergency loads.
 New site lighting and power as required.
 New voice and data services from University cable plant into building.

Lighting, Receptacles and Communication Cabling:
 New T5, T5HO, and T8 fluorescent lighting used throughout the building.
 Dimmable incandescent track lighting in art classrooms and display spaces.
 Power and data throughout the building.
 Communication systems infrastructure and voice/data rooms.

Systems:
 Single stage addressable fire alarm system.
 Card access by CARDAC as required.
 CCTV system c/w interior and exterior cameras, DVRs, and cabling as per University of
   Manitoba specifications.
 Wireless clock system.




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                (Please print or type in information in the following spaces provided.)

2.0      General Information

 Contractor’s name (show complete legal name)


 Street Address


 Mailing Address


 City:                            Province:                         Postal Code:


 Contact Person


 Phone No:                        Fax No:                           E-mail Address:


 G.S.T. Registration No:


 Application submitted by:        Title:                            Phone No:


 Applicant's Signature:                                             Date:
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 ** In submitting this signed Pre-qualification Statement, the Applicant certifies that the information
    contained herein is complete and accurate, and authorizes the University to verify these statements by
    any means available. Submission of false information will result in disqualification.

 Indicate Contractor’s organization’s operating name, if different than legal name:


 How many years have these organizations been in business under their present business name?




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3.0     Criteria for Evaluation and Grading

3.1     Contractor Experience (50 Points)
The University will require a minimum level of experience with relevant projects and will evaluate
the Contractor’s relevant projects in order of importance for size (stated in construction value),
function/occupancy and complexity. The Contractor firms must demonstrate their experience by
listing the similar projects in the respective sections below. The Contractor is encouraged to use the
“Description of Relevancy”area to explain why a project should be considered relevant during the
evaluation. List a total of five different projects, carried out by the Contracting firm within the last 7
years. Value should be comparable to the value of work of the submitting Contracting Firm.
(Mechanical and Electrical Contractors will then list only the value of the Mechanical or Electrical
portion of the work.) The University reserves the right to contact anyone known to be associated
with the Project listed, as another means of verifying the relevancy of the project listed.


Relevant Projects

 No. Project Name                  Location         Value         Date          Key Contractor Personnel
 1                                                  $


      Description of Relevancy:



      Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:



 No. Project Name                  Location         Value         Date          Key Contractor Personnel
 2                                                  $


      Description of Relevancy:



      Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:



 No. Project Name                  Location         Value         Date          Key Contractor Personnel
 3                                                  $


      Description of Relevancy:



      Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:




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 No. Project Name                   Location       Value         Date          Key Contractor Personnel
 4                                                 $


       Description of Relevancy:



       Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:



 No. Project Name                   Location       Value         Date          Key Contractor Personnel
 5                                                 $


       Description of Relevancy:



       Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:




3.2      Proposed Key Team Members’ Experience (50 Points)
For each of, and only, Contractor’s team members noted below, please list the most relevant
constructed projects constructed within the past 5 years that illustrate their qualifications. Include
the name of the project, its’ location, the construction value, the construction completion date as well
as a current contact who can verify this information. In addition, list only the personnel proposed to
be used on this University project. As the University is aware that timing may depend on who is
assigned to projects, we have allowed for an Alternate name to be submitted. Please note that the
University will not allow any substitutions from the names listed on this statement unless in writing
and the contractor must allow 30 days for the University to review their credentials. The University
will not unreasonably withhold their approval.


Project Manager Name
(General Contractor Only)
 No. Project Name                   Location       Value         Date          Contact Name / Phone No.
 1                                                 $


 2                                                 $


 3                                                 $


 Client Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:




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Alternate Project Manager Name
(General Contractor Only)
 No. Project Name                   Location       Value      Date         Contact Name / Phone No.
 1                                                 $


 2                                                 $


 3                                                 $


 Client Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:



Site Supervisor Name

 No. Project Name                   Location       Value      Date         Contact Name / Phone No.
 1                                                 $


 2                                                 $


 3                                                 $


 Client Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:




Alternate Site Supervisor Name

 No. Project Name                   Location       Value      Date         Contact Name / Phone No.
 1                                                 $


 2                                                 $


 3                                                 $


 Client Reference Name / Company / Phone Number:




3.3      Safety (COR or approved equivalency required)

The contracting firm must be a Certified member of the Manitoba Building Contractors Safety
Program. COR equivalent safety programs will be considered for contracting firms outside of
Manitoba. The University reserves the right to determine equivalency based on its review of the
submitted documentation.
COR certification number:



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3.4       Bonding (Mandatory to limits of project)

Name and address of Contractor’s Bonding Company

 Institution                                Name, address & phone number of contact




Total bonding limit:                        $

Bonding committed to date:                  $

Bonding limit per project:                  $

Must meet or exceed the bonding requirements for this project:
   General Contractor $22,000,000
   Mechanical Contractor $4,000,000
   Electrical Contractor $3,500,000

May we contact the above Bonding institution(s) to clarify information?
 Yes. Signature:
 No. Reason:



3.5       Electrical Contractor Only

Is the Electrical Contracting firm AMP Certified?

 Yes             No

Will the Electrical Contracting firm carry an AMP Certified Contractor for the Voice/ Data portion
of the work?

 Yes             No




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4.0    Response Rules:

       1. Issuance of this Invitation to Pre-qualify in no way constitutes a commitment by the
          University of Manitoba to award contracts to any General or Sub-Contractor Firm or to
          pay any costs incurred by the Firm in preparing a response or otherwise in relation to this
          Statement.
       2. Submit only the requested information.
       3. The responses and accompanying documentation submitted by the Contracting Firms
          become the property of The University of Manitoba and will not be returned.
       4. The General Contractor and Sub-Contractor Firms are obligated to inform the University,
          in a timely manner, of any changes to key personnel, ownership, financial position or any
          other information which may affect its pre-qualified status with the University.
       5. The University of Manitoba reserves the right to contact owners, owner’s representatives
          and/or consultants on construction projects that have been identified as well as the
          references provided in this Statement and by any other means or sources available to the
          University of Manitoba.



5.0    Evaluation and Notification:

       1. Upon receipt of the Contractor responses, the University of Manitoba will screen each
          submission to ensure the applicant’s compliance with requirements of the Pre-
          qualification Statement. The University reserves the right to accept or reject any
          response deviation from the requirements of the Statement.
       2. Each Pre-Qualification Statement submitted will be evaluated in accordance with the
          requirements indicated on the form along with any other information available to and at
          the discretion of the University of Manitoba.
       3. The University of Manitoba may require clarification from applicants to assist in making
          its evaluation.
       4. General, Mechanical, and Electrical Contractors who qualify for this project will be
          advised prior to proceeding to the Phase 2 Building tender and their Company’s name
          will be posted on the Purchasing Services website,
          http://www.umanitoba.ca/admin/financial_services/purch/Purchsing.htm

          This list will also be available by contacting Purchasing Services at 474-8348

This information is being collected under the authority of The University of Manitoba Act. It
will be used to assess the qualifications of the Contracting firms who wish to do business with
the University. Personal information within this document is protected by the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection
contact the FIPPA Coordinator's Office, (204)474- 8339, University of Manitoba Archives &
Special Collections, 331 Dafoe Library, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2. Contractors are encouraged
to identify any non-personal information in this contract that is confidential and specify what
harm could reasonably be expected from its possible disclosure.


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