As the City proceeds with the Phase I Essential Facilities Projects, contractors must be selected to build the Public Safety Center as well as Fire Stations 52 and 57. Because these projects are highly complex and costly projects, for the construction of critical public safety infrastructure buildings serving the public’s needs, it is very important to select highly qualified general contractors that have had experience in building similar essential facilities on time and within budget. In view of these special considerations, at Monday’s City Council meeting, the City Council will consider waiving the standard bidding requirements and pursuing a “best value” procurement method for all three projects.
Essential Facilities Contracting
Posted on October 14, 2016