How To Do Business With Broward County

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2011 State of the County
How To Do Business With
Broward County
How To Do Business
With Broward County
April 10, 2012
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Overview
• Procurement Information
• Small Business Programs
• Upcoming Capital Project
Consultant Contracts
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Procurement Information
• Consultants’ Competitive Negotiations Act
(CCNA)
• Cone of Silence
• Where to find more information
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Procurement Information
Consultants’ Competitive
Negotiations Act
• Governed by Florida Statute 287.055
• Used to procure Architectural, Engineering
(including testing), Landscape Architecture
and Registered Land Surveying and Mapping
Services
• Construction work (exceeding $325,000) or
planning or study activity (exceeding $35,000)
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Procurement Information
Consultants’ Competitive
Negotiations Act (Cont’d)
• State law requires vendor selection based on
qualifications such as firm’s personnel, past
performance, workload, experience,
expertise
• Broward County usually uses a “Request for
Letter of Interest” to procure these services
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Procurement Information
Consultants’ Competitive
Negotiations Act (Cont’d)
• Selection Committee (SC) reviews responses
submitted by firms and shortlists to at least
three firms, if possible
• Discussions and/or Presentations held by the
SC and firms
• Ranking of firms; pricing is not a factor,
negotiations with highest ranked firm
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Procurement Information
Cone of Silence
• Enacted by Broward County Ordinance
• Prohibits communication for a period of time
regarding a competitive solicitation (CS) between
vendors/vendor’s representative and:
-County Commissioners and staff
-County Administration and staff
-Selection/Evaluation Committee members
-Affected Persons (any person/person’s
support staff, appointed, hired, designated,
or authorized to evaluate, rank, recommend,
or select a vendor’s response to a CS or to
make an award in a SC process
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Procurement Information
Cone of Silence (Cont’d)
• When procuring under CCNA, the Cone of Silence
goes into effect:
• Upon approval of the Selection Committee for
County Administration and Selection
Committee members
• On the first meeting of Selection Committee short listing for County Commissioners and
their staff
• Terminates when Board makes the final award or
gives final approval
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Procurement Information
How to Get More
Information
broward.org/purchasing
Live webcast bid openings held Wednesdays
at 2:00 pm
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Broward County Small Business
Programs
Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
County Business Enterprise (CBE)
Federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
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Benefits of Certification
• Free
• Listing in our certified firms directory “Broward County’s Yellow Pages”
• Weekly e-mail updates on county, municipal,
and other government procurement
opportunities
• Free technical assistance on How to do
Business with Broward County
• Notification of local business events
• Last but not least - Extra $$$ for your firm
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Recent Awards
 Coral Springs - General Professional Engineering Services,
General Professional Environmental Engineering Services and
General Professional Architectural Services
 Southwest Ranches - Continuing Contract for Professional
Architectural Services
 Ft. Lauderdale Engineering - Professional Landscape
Architectural Consultant
 Miramar - Architectural Design and Engineering Consulting
Services
 Plantation - Electrical Engineering Services
 Seminole Tribe - A & E Services to Renovate Existing Office
Building
 Ft. Lauderdale - Civil Engineering Consultant Services (CCNA)
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Recent Awards (Con’t.)
 Pompano Beach - Master Development of Pier Site Including
Parcels East and West of Pompano Beach Boulevard
 Pompano Beach - Professional Architectural Services for
Construction of Fire Station #103
 Broward County - Comprehensive Professional Engineering
Consulting Services
 Broward County - Professional Architectural Engineering
Services for Ravenswood Maintenance Facility
 Davie - Architectural Services
 Coconut Creek - General Professional Engineering Services,
Architecture, Landscape Architectural and Urban Design
Services
 Tamarac - Architectural/Engineering/Surveying Continuing
Services Agreements
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Create Winning Proposals &
Presentations
 Large or small firms – all have unique capabilities
 Level the playing field with professional responses
 Your proposal is a living document – keep it current
 Presentations are important
 Networking is invaluable
 Free technical assistance from OESBD
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Capital Projects
• Port Everglades
• Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International
Airport
• Building Structures
• Water & Wastewater
• Roadway
• Traffic Engineering
• Parks
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Capital Projects
Port Everglades
Port Everglades Professional Consulting Services
Anticipated Advertisement: Summer 2012
Fees: $100k - $ 500k
Agreement Term – 3 years with 2 – 1 year renewals
Project Description: Comprehensive professional services for
projects of a specified nature on a continuing term
basis. Consultant selected will be tasked to provide assistance
to Port staff in developing design criteria for Port projects; serve
as threshold or special inspector; provide permit related or
peer review of projects; provide plans, details, and
specifications for non CIP projects; provide construction
contract administration and inspection services; assist with
County led negotiations with consultants and contractors;
provide bid/award analysis and concurrence support; on call
materials testing services; and underground utility locations.
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Capital Projects
Port Everglades
Port Everglades Professional Architectural &
Engineering Services
Anticipated Advertisement: Summer 2012
Fees: $ 250k - $ 1.25 million
Agreement Term – 3 years with 2 – 1 year
renewals
Project Description: Comprehensive professional services
where construction costs do not exceed $2million on a
continuing term basis. The scope of services shall include
all architectural and engineering specialties necessary and
related to the planning/project feasibility, design,
construction, testing, and construction management of
capital projects within a Seaport Environment.
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Capital Projects
Port Everglades
Port Everglades Bulkhead and Slip
Improvement
Anticipated Advertisement: Summer 2012
Construction Estimate: $60 million
Project Description: The construction project consists of
bulkhead and wharf improvements along with petroleum
pipeline and offloading equipment relocation and associated
marine infrastructure within Port Everglades located at Berth 4
and the Petroleum Berths within Northport. The project will
be phased with initial project planning and feasibility
analysis/recommendations followed by the development of
construction bid documents, construction administration, and
testing. This project is identified within the Port Everglades
Master/Vision Plan and funded within the FY2012/13 Capital
Improvement Plan.
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Capital Projects
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
International Airport
Consultant for Rehabilitation of Runway 9L-2R (North
Runway)
Anticipated Advertisement: May – June 2012
Project Description: AE firm to perform design and
prepare biddable construction documents for the
Rehabilitation of Runway 9L-27R (North Runway), the
replacement of the western EMAS bed (marked 9L end),
the extension & replacement of the eastern EMAS bed
(marked 27R end), the reconstruction of the approach
west end at Taxiway “B”, the reconstruction of Taxiway
“C” east and west of Runway 13-31. Scope may also
include drainage work, surveying and geotechnical
services.
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Capital Projects
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
International Airport
Construction Project Manager (CPM) for Terminal
Modernization for T1, T2, and T3
Anticipated Advertisement: May 2012
Project Description: Construction Project Manager
(CPM) firm for the design and construction of the
existing Terminal 1, 2, and 3, including coordination of
the new configuration of Terminal 4, adjacent roadway
system and In-Line Baggage Systems. The CPM activities
compliments the project’s designers efforts and
encompasses preconstruction and construction phase
services to include, but is not limited to, plan reviews,
phasing, cost estimating, constructability review, value
engineering, scheduling, LEED program management,
review of invoices, monitoring project schedule,
construction oversight and administration, warranty and
other services.
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Capital Projects
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
International Airport
General Engineering Consultant (GEC)
Anticipated Advertisement: End of 2012 (Existing contract
expires in May 2014)
Project Description: Consultant to provide General
Engineering and Architectural Services including the
preparation of reports, cost estimates, design (including
construction administration and inspection services), studies,
and other technical tasks, at both the Fort LauderdaleHollywood International and North Perry
Airports. Engineering services shall include civil, structural,
mechanical, electrical, plumbing, environmental,
geotechnical and surveying.
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Capital Projects
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
International Airport
GIS Consultant
Anticipated Advertisement: September/October 2012
Project Description: Seeking a qualified GIS consultant to
assist in the development of robust end user applications
intended to greatly enhance the department's business
process and satisfy Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
mandates. Example applications include:
Airfield Inspection, Safety and Hazard Management
Pavement Management
Leasehold/Asset/Property Management
Maintenance Process Improvements
Document Discovery
Construction and CIP Management
Executive Reporting & Customer Service Tools
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Capital Projects
Building Structures
FUTURE CONTINUING TERM AGREEMENTS
FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING
SERVICES
• For reports and studies: Two year term with
fees of $500,000/year (max.)
• For works of a specified nature: Two year term
with fees of $1 million/year (max.)
• For sustainability projects/commissioning:
terms to be determined
• RLI’s to be advertised by winter of 2012
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Capital Projects
Building Structures
FUTURE VERTICAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:
• Broward County Judicial Center East
Wing/Public Safety Complex (Bldgs. 2 – 5):
Hazard mitigation grants/FEMA funds overall
hardening of structures
• Construction Estimate: $3.8 million
Anticipated Advertisement: Summer 2012
• Main Jail window replacement
Construction estimate: $3.2 million
Pending approval of CIP FY2013
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Capital Projects
Building Structures
• Broward Addiction Recovery Center
(BARC) Central/Sexual Assault
Treatment Center (SATC) facilities for
the Human Services Department
Construction Estimate: $24 million
Other consulting services:
Commissioning, Preconstruction
services, etc. Fall 2012
• Old Traffic Engineering Building
Renovation for Facilities Maintenance
Construction Estimate: $760,000
Pending approval of CIP FY2013
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Capital Projects
Building Structures
• Copans Road Maintenance Facilities FTA
funds for the Transportation Department
Anticipated Advertisement:
Summer/Fall 2012
Construction Estimate: $5.9 million
• Homeless Assistance Center Central
Facility Renovation, for the Human
Services Department
Construction Estimate: $1 – 6 million
Pending approval of CIP FY2013
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater
North Regional Wastewater Treatment
Plant - Steel Structure Replacement
Construction Estimate: $10 Million
Anticipated Advertisement: May 2012
Project Description: Process building
structural steel, process system
mechanical structures,(e.g. clarifier arms,
walkways, screens, gates, baffles, weirs,
valves, sludge collectors, drives,) and
demolition of belt press building
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater
General Professional Consultant Services –
Engineering Studies
Estimated fees: $2,500,000
$200,000 maximum per study; $500,000
annual cumulative fees
Anticipated Advertisement: June 2012
Project Description: Continuing contract for
studies, planning, & reports (2 year period
with 3- 1 year renewals)
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater
North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Capacity Improvements
Construction Estimate: $40 Million
Anticipated Advertisement: July 2012
Project Description: CMS for injection well
booster pumps on existing deep injection wells,
2 new injection wells. Electrical system
upgrades.
Future RLIs
Reclaimed water facility expansion
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater
North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Facilities Improvements
Construction Estimate: $15 Million
Anticipated Advertisement: May 2012
Project Description: Evaluation, modifications &
improvements to existing treatment processes and
structures
- Pista-grit rehabilitation: chambers & influent piping
- Regional system assessment
Future RLIs
• Systemic sludge processing repairs: digesters,
pumping, dissolved air floatation, belt presses
• Electrical modification: duct banks, load centers,
switchgear & MCCs
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• Fine bubble conversion modules A, B & D
Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater Services
District 1-A2 Water Storage Tank, District 3A Water
Storage Tank
Construction Estimate: $7 Million
Anticipated Advertisement: September 2012
(Construction inspection only)
Project Description: D1-A2: new 1.5 MG storage tank
and pump station w/VFD, emergency power; D3A: new
3.5 MG storage tank, piping modifications, electrical &
instrumentation upgrades, demolition of existing WTP
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater
General Professional Consultant Services –
Professional Engineering Services
1) Distribution and Collection
2) Water Treatment
3) Wastewater Treatment.
Estimated Fees: $5,000,000
$2,000,000 Construction
$200,000 Professional service fee
$1,000,000 Annual cumulative fees
Anticipated Advertisement: Oct. – Dec. 2013
Project Description: Continuing contract for
engineering construction related services, (2 year
period with 3- 1 year renewals)
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater
Master Pump Station Improvements
Construction Estimate:
$17 Million
Anticipated Advertisement: July 2013
Project Description: 7 locations with varying
scopes; electrical & instrumentation upgrades,
pumping, piping and structure modifications,
inline booster conversion, and general site
improvements
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Capital Projects
Water & Wastewater Services
Master Pump Station Controls
Construction Estimate: $3 Million
Anticipated Advertisement: January 2014
Project Description: Upgrade existing control
equipment and programming software. MCC’s
telemetry, valve actuators, pressure transmitters,
limit switches.
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Capital Projects
Roadway Projects
Wiles Road (Rock Island Road to SR7)
Estimated construction cost: $10 million.
Anticipated Advertisement: 3rd quarter 2012
Project Description: Design and Construction Engineering
& Inspection (CEI) services associated with the
reconstruction of Wiles Road from four to six lanes for
approximately one mile; along with drainage, sidewalk,
bicycle lanes, lighting, signalization, landscaping and
irrigation improvements.
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Capital Projects
Roadway Projects
Pine Island Road (Nova Drive to I-595)
Estimated construction cost: $1.5 million for
seawall and canal improvements
Anticipated Advertisement: 3rd quarter 2012
Project Description: Design, permitting and CEI
services for construction of a seawall and canal
improvements associated with the Pine Island
Road widening project.
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Capital Projects
Roadway Projects
Continuing Term Agreement for
Professional Engineering Services
Estimated Fees: $0.3 million/year for a two
year term
Anticipated Advertisement: 4th quarter
2012
Project Description: General engineering
consultant services agreement for report and
study activities.
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Capital Projects
Traffic Engineering
Two Design-Build Construction Projects
Estimated cost: $5 million per project.
Anticipated Advertisement: 2nd Quarter 2012
Project Description: Provide professional
engineering design and construction installation
services associated with 20 signalized
intersections. Each project will convert span-wire
supported signals to mast arm supported signals.
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Capital Projects
Traffic Engineering
Design-Build Construction Project Each Year
Estimated Cost: $5 million
Anticipated Advertisement: One project advertised
each fiscal year 2013-2015.
Project Description: Provide professional
engineering design and construction installation
services associated with 20 signalized
intersections. The project will convert span-wire
supported signals to mast arm supported signals.
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Capital Projects
Traffic Engineering
Signal Engineering Improvement Project
Estimated Fee: $1.5 million
Anticipated Advertisement: 4th Quarter
2012
Project Description: Professional
engineering, data collection and testing
services, and development of a GIS
database and mapping detailing the
existing copper communications
infrastructure associated with over 600
signalized intersections.
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Capital Projects
Traffic Engineering
Two Traffic Signalization Ethernet Signal
Communications Conversion Projects
Estimated Fee: $.5 million per project
Anticipated Advertisement: Fiscal year
2014
Project Description: Professional
engineering design services associated with
approximately 300 intersections. The
project will convert communications from
the UTCS system platform to the ATMS.now
software systems platform.
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Capital Projects
Traffic Engineering
School Zone Flasher Upgrade Project
Estimated Construction Cost: $.6 to $1 million per
project
Anticipated Advertisement: One project
advertised each fiscal year 2013-2017
Project Description: Professional engineering
design services associated with a predetermined
list of Broward County schools. The project will
include the conversion of existing non-flashing
ground-mounted signs to flashing solar groundmounted signs and conversion of overhead spanwire flashers to mast arm solar flashers.
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Capital Projects
Traffic Engineering
Traffic Signalization Fiber Optic Network
Improvement Project
Construction Estimate: $2 million per project
Anticipated Advertisement: One project
advertised each fiscal year 2014-2017
Project Description: Professional engineering
design services associated with one critical
corridor. The project will include installation of
fiber optic cable and signal systems
improvements.
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Capital Projects
Parks
Continuing Term Agreement for
Professional Engineering Services
Estimated Fee: $.5 million/year for a 3
year term
Anticipated Advertisement: 3rd quarter
2012
Project Description: General
engineering consultant services
agreement for Park projects.
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Questions and Comments
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