The Successful proponent shall provide General Contractor Construction Services required for completion of construction scope as noted herein, as per all issued drawings and specifications.
Existing premises is approximately 6,000 sq ft and was already brought back to base building condition by landlord. Scope will capture all Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, and AV as noted in the attached drawings. IT cabling is NOT part of this contract, only pathways and rough-ins, as noted.
Proponents must review all attached reference documents, noting as well the Tenant Construction Manual issued by Cadillac Fairview. This details all requirements related to access into loading dock, allowable delivery hours, security sign in and access card sign out requirements for this facility.
This document also stipulates the use of unionized labour as per the agreements listed.
Notice of Intended Procurement
Name of Procuring Entity
Ryerson University (the “University”)
Contact Person and Contract Person Coordinates
Susie Temou, 1 Dundas St West, 09th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5B 2H1, 416-979-5000 ext. 553427
The procurement documents are available at www.merx.com.
Note that obtaining access to the procurement documents will require prospective suppliers to register and pay a registration fee. Pricing and Payment Terms are available on the MERX website.
Description of Procurement
The University is conducting a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the procurement of a Suite 202B Fitout Renovation.
The procurement is anticipated to involve negotiation. An electronic auction is not anticipated.
Address and Final Date for Submissions
Submissions must be submitted electronically at https://ryerson.bonfirehub.ca/opportunities/36240 on or before December 10, 2020, 11:00:00 AM EST.
The submissions will not be opened publicly.
Conditions for Participation
The procurement is subject to the following conditions for participation:
- Commercial General Liability Insurance against claims for bodily injury (including death), personal injury and broad form property damage (including loss of use) and including products and completed operations liability and blanket contractual liability for an amount of not less than five million dollars ($5,000,000.00) per occurrence. Such insurance shall include the following clauses and/or endorsements;
- Pay on behalf of
- Primary and non-contributory
- Cross liability and severability of interests or Separation of insureds; and
- an endorsement naming the Owner, its governors, trustees, officers and employees as an Additional Insured.
- Standard automobile insurance for all vehicles owned, licensed or leased by the Supplier and non-owned automobile insurance, where required, for an amount of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000.00), per occurrence for each type of coverage. Where the non-owned automobile insurance coverage is provided within a general liability policy, a separate policy is not required;
- Professional liability insurance for an amount of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) per occurrence, if applicable to the type of Work performed under this Agreement. This insurance policy is required to be maintained until Substantial Performance of the Work and for a period of twenty-four (24) months after the completion of the Work;
- “All risk” property insurance covering the Contractor and Subcontractors’ owned, rented or leased tools, machinery, equipment and property used for the performance of the Work, including equipment breakdown coverage;
- Provide, maintain and pay for Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario (WSIB) coverage, or alternatively, provide proof of continuous Employers Liability Insurance coverage, equivalent to WSIB coverage in the amount of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000.00). Prior to commencing the Work, again with application for payment of the holdback amount following Substantial Performance of the Work and again with application for final payment, Contractor shall at all times during performance of the Work comply with all requirements of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and regulations, and provide evidence of compliance with such legislation and regulations at the Place of the Work, including payments due thereunder, by submitting its WSIB account number together with a letter from the appropriate WSIB department (indicating that there are no outstanding fees, fines, claims or debts to the Contractor’s WSIB account); and
- Such other types of insurance as would be carried by a prudent person or as the Owner may from time to time require, having regard for the nature of the Work and its location. Owner reserves the right to increase coverage requirements in the event of material cost overruns or increases in risks associated with the Work.
Each such policy shall in a form acceptable to the Owner. To the extent available, each such policy shall include a waiver of subrogation rights against the Owner and Consultant, and an endorsement to the policy stating that such policy is primary.
The Contractor shall be responsible for payment of all deductibles and Self Insured Retentions (SIRs) contained in any insurance policies required herein, except where a deductible amount may be excluded from the Contractor’s responsibility by an express term of the Contract. Any self-insured retentions must; not exceed $25,000; be declared on the Certificate of Insurance; and be approved by, the Owner’s Risk & Insurance Officer or his/her designee. At the option of the Owner’s Risk & Insurance Officer or his/her designee, either:
1) The insurer shall reduce or eliminate such self-insured retention; or
2) The Contractor shall provide a financial guarantee, guaranteeing payment of losses and related investigations, claim administration and defense expenses. At no time shall the Owner be responsible for the payment of any self-insured retentions.
If the Contractor fails to provide or maintain insurance as required by the Contract Documents, then the Owner shall have the right, but without obligation, to provide and maintain such insurance and provide evidence of same to the Contractor. The Contractor shall pay the costs thereof to the Owner on demand, or the Owner may deduct the amount that is due or may become due to the Contractor.
All required insurance policies shall be with insurers licensed to underwrite insurance in the jurisdiction of the Place of the Work.
The Contractor will cause each of its Subcontractors to purchase and maintain insurance of the types and in the amounts specified above.”
Mandatory Submission Requirements
File #1 Proposal Acknowledgement Form - Pass/Fail
Minimum Passing Score
The Minimum Passing Score is 80% or 32 out 40 points for Stage 2- Technical Evaluation criteria.
Applicable Trade Agreements
This procurement is subject to the following trade agreement(s):
The Canadian Free Trade Agreement, Chapter Five;
The Ontario-Quebec Trade and Cooperation Agreement, Chapter 9.
The term of the Final Agreement is 1 year.
The University will base its selection of qualified suppliers on the following criteria: [insert evaluation criteria].
Mandatory Evaluation Criteria
CRITERIA WEIGHTING (POINTS)
Proposal Acknowledgement Form Pass/Fail
Technical Evaluation Criteria
CRITERIA WEIGHTING (POINTS)
Company Information 10
Relevant Experience 15
Project Management Team 10
Social Policy Programs 5
Financial Evaluation Criteria
CRITERIA WEIGHTING (POINTS)
Pricing Form Bid Table 1– Total Fixed Fee 60
Total Evaluated Score 100
Suppliers should note that information contained within this notice is subject to change. Suppliers are encouraged to obtain the procurement documents which contain the most current information. If there is a conflict between the procurement documents and this notice, the procurement documents will take precedence.