RFQ Prequalify – HWL Center’s Thomas Hughes Children’s Library Renovation

PBC Alert 16-010 The Public Building Commission of Chicago is soliciting a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from General Contractors (including firms proposing to have a controlling interest in Joint Ventures) to prequalify to bid as a contractor on the Harold Washington Library Center’s Thomas Hughes Children’s Library Renovation Project. The project consists of the demolition and build-out of approximately 25,000 square feet of Thomas Hughes Children’s Library located on the 2nd level of the Harold Washington Library Center. The renovations for the children’s library include a new Lobby/Entry, Info Center/Concierge, Self-Check-out Kiosks, programming areas for 0-5 year olds, 6-10 year olds and 11-13 year olds, as well as, a Staff Work Area. This is a Project-Specific Prequalification. However, those firms previously prequalified as Class B and Class C Contractors who would like to be prequalified for this project must complete the following: review the solicitation, demonstrate experience/affirm capacity to coordinate activities related to furniture procurement and installation as described on the Previous Prequalification Affidavit, and return the Affidavit (with a completed Form A-Technical Competence & Past Performance if applicable) by the solicitation due date (same number of copies applies). A copy of the RFQ document is available at: https://pbcchicago.com/content/working/opening_display.asp?BID_ID=480 Qualification submittals must be delivered by 4:00 pm on September 1, 2016 to the attention of Patricia Montenegro, Public Building Commission, Richard J. Daley Center, 50 West Washington, Room 200, Chicago, Illinois 60602. For more information about this event and all of the current projects open for bid visit www.pbcchicago.com Public Building Commission of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chairman Felicia S. Davis, Executive Director Follow this event on Twitter @PBCChi #HWLC-Hughes Office of Inspector General Complaint Hotline If you see corruption, fraud, waste, or dishonest practices of any kind please report it to the City of Chicago Office of Inspector General (OIG) – PBC’s oversight body. Concerned employees, contractors, consultants, and members of the public may contact OIG via its independent hotline and website. Telephone Reporting: (866) IG-TIPLINE (866-448-4754). Web Reporting: http://ChicagoInspectorGeneral.org/Get-Involved