The Pana­ma City Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict, dba North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port (Air­port), is seek­ing pro­pos­als from qual­i­fied Con­struc­tion Man­age­ment firms for all work and mate­ri­als nec­es­sary to com­plete the Ter­mi­nal Expan­sion Project detailed on the Con­tract Doc­u­ments dat­ed June 21, 2019. Inter­est­ed firms may obtain access to Con­tract Doc­u­ments by vis­it­ing the air­port web­site https://​www​.ifly​beach​es​.com/ai… or email­ing David Scrug­gs, ZHA at David.​Scruggs@​zha-​fl.​com The work con­sists of installing a new 7,000 SF mod­u­lar ter­mi­nal build­ing, con­struct­ing all of the inte­ri­or walls and fin­ish­es, includ­ing restrooms, con­ces­sion space and pas­sen­ger seat­ing for approx­i­mate­ly 280 pas­sen­gers; con­struct­ing a con­nec­tor ramp between the exist­ing ter­mi­nal build­ing and the new mod­u­lar ter­mi­nal build­ing; extend­ing elec­tri­cal ser­vices (includ­ing fire alarm) to new mod­u­lar ter­mi­nal build­ing; Mod­i­fi­ca­tions will be made to the exist­ing hold room space as well as to the ramp that con­nects the exist­ing ter­mi­nal to new mod­u­lar expan­sion. Alter­nates will be con­sid­ered for the con­struc­tion and instal­la­tion of Gate 6 and Pas­sen­ger Board­ing Bridges (PBB), which would include the con­struc­tion of PBB pedestal(s), relo­ca­tion of an exist­ing refur­bished PBB, instal­la­tion of a new PBB, instal­la­tion of a cov­ered ramp sys­tem to the PBB rotun­da and exten­sion of elec­tri­cal ser­vices to pow­er the PBB equip­ment. The goal is to have the CM help work out an eco­nom­i­cal solu­tion to con­struct the cov­ered ramp sys­tem. The select­ed CM@R will devel­op a plan that achieves the desired scope with­in a bud­get of $3.5 mil­lion for the base work.

A non-manda­to­ry Pre-Sub­mit­tal meet­ing will be held Thurs­day Sep­tem­ber 19, 2019 at 2:00 pm (CST) at the north con­fer­ence room, 1st floor of Ter­mi­nal, North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port Ter­mi­nal, 6300 West Bay Park­way. Call in num­ber for this non-manda­to­ry meet­ing is (712)-4320900 (access code 225872). Sealed Sub­mit­tals must be sub­mit­ted to the office above no lat­er than Tues­day Octo­ber 15th, 2019 at 2:00 pm (CST).

Pro­pos­als will be eval­u­at­ed using the eval­u­a­tion cri­te­ria includ­ed in this Request for Pro­pos­als. The Air­port reserves the right to reject any or all Pro­pos­als in whole or in part, to waive infor­mal­i­ties in the process, to obtain new sub­mit­tals, or to post­pone the open­ing pur­suant to air­port pur­chas­ing poli­cies. The Air­port is an

Equal Oppor­tu­ni­ty Employer.

I. GEN­ER­AL CONDITIONS

A. North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Air­port, here­inafter referred to as the Air­port or Own­er, under the pro­vi­sions of Flori­da Statutes, seeks Pro­pos­als from qual­i­fied firms to pro­vide Con­struc­tion Man­ag­er at Risk services. 

B. Sealed Sub­mit­tals must be sub­mit­ted to the address below no lat­er than Tues­day Octo­ber 15th, 2019 at 2:00 pm (CST). Pro­pos­als received after the stat­ed time will be refused. It is the sole respon­si­bil­i­ty of the respon­dent to ensure the pro­pos­al is received on time. Sub­mit­tals received after this time will be auto­mat­i­cal­ly reject­ed and returned unopened.

Admin­is­tra­tion Offices

North­west Flori­da Beach­es Inter­na­tion­al Airport

2nd Floor Air­port Terminal

6300 West Bay Parkway,

Pana­ma City, Flori­da 32409

Pro­pos­als may be sub­mit­ted in per­son or via U. S. mail or couri­er ser­vice to the address above. Sealed pack­ages must be plain­ly marked, RFP CM@Risk Ser­vices-Ter­mi­nal Expan­sion” along with the fir­m’s name and address.

A. Sub­mit one (1) clear­ly marked, man­u­al­ly signed orig­i­nal pro­pos­al, three (3) com­plete copies, and one (1) elec­tron­ic copy (CD or flash dri­ve: PDF format).

B. The Air­port reserves the right to reject any one or all state­ments, or any part of any state­ment, to waive any infor­mal­i­ty in any state­ment and to award a con­tract deemed to be in the best inter­est of the Airport.

C. Direct all inquiries regard­ing the mean­ing or inter­pre­ta­tion of this request to the Project Rep­re­sen­ta­tive, David Scrug­gs by email­ing david.​scruggs@​zha-​fl.​com. The dead­line to sub­mit ques­tions is Thurs­day, Octo­ber 3th, 2019, at 4:00 p.m., CST. All writ­ten inquiries and respons­es will be post­ed on the Air­port Website.

D. From the date of release of this solic­i­ta­tion until award of the con­tract, no con­tact with the air­port staff or air­port board mem­bers relat­ed to this solic­i­ta­tion is per­mit­ted. All com­mu­ni­ca­tions shall be direct­ed to the Project Rep­re­sen­ta­tive list­ed above. Any such con­tact will result in the dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion of the respondent’s submittal.

E. All changes, mod­i­fi­ca­tions, or inter­pre­ta­tions shall be by writ­ten adden­dum. If required, any final adden­dum will be issued by Octo­ber 8th, post­ed to the Air­port web­site. All com­mu­ni­ca­tions must be in writ­ing to be con­sid­ered part of this Request for Pro­pos­als (RFP).

F. Each respon­dent shall become ful­ly informed as to the extent and char­ac­ter of the work required. No con­sid­er­a­tion will be grant­ed for any alleged mis­un­der­stand­ing of the mate­r­i­al to be fur­nished or work to be done, it being under­stood that the sub­mis­sion of qual­i­fi­ca­tions is an agree­ment with all the items and con­di­tions referred to herein.

G. Respons­es will be eval­u­at­ed on the firm’s expe­ri­ence; abil­i­ty of pro­fes­sion­al per­son­nel; past per­for­mance; will­ing­ness to meet time and bud­get require­ments; recent, cur­rent and pro­ject­ed work­loads of the firm; and any oth­er rel­e­vant fac­tors as deter­mined to be in the best inter­est of the Airport.

H. Respons­es shall be bind­ing upon the respon­dent and irrev­o­ca­ble for 90 cal­en­dar days fol­low­ing the RFQ open­ing date. Any pro­pos­al in which a respon­dent short­ens the accep­tance peri­od may be rejected.

I. Nei­ther the Air­port nor its rep­re­sen­ta­tives shall be liable for any expens­es incurred in the prepa­ra­tion of a response to this RFP. Respon­dents should pre­pare their pro­pos­als sim­ply and eco­nom­i­cal­ly, pro­vid­ing a straight­for­ward and con­cise descrip­tion of their abil­i­ty to meet the require­ments. Fail­ure to sub­mit all infor­ma­tion request­ed may result in a pro­pos­al being con­sid­ered non­re­spon­sive”, and, there­fore, rejected. 

J. This solic­i­ta­tion is sub­ject to all legal require­ments con­tained in the applic­a­ble Pana­ma City Ordi­nances and Res­o­lu­tions, as well as all applic­a­ble Coun­ty, State and Fed­er­al statutes. Where con­flict exists between this solic­i­ta­tion and these legal require­ments, the author­i­ty shall pre­vail in the fol­low­ing order: Fed­er­al, State, and local.

K. All prospec­tive con­sul­tants will be afford­ed full oppor­tu­ni­ty to sub­mit pro­pos­als to this request and will not be dis­crim­i­nat­ed against on the grounds of race, reli­gion, col­or, nation­al ori­gin, age, sex, or dis­abil­i­ty in con­sid­er­a­tion for award of any con­tract entered pur­suant to this notice.

L. The Air­port reserves the right to:

1. Request clar­i­fi­ca­tion and addi­tion­al infor­ma­tion from any respon­dent dur­ing the eval­u­a­tion process.

2. Nego­ti­ate with the select­ed CM to include fur­ther ser­vices not iden­ti­fied in this RFP.

3. Refuse to review state­ments if at least three (3) are not submitted.

4. Re-adver­tise with either an iden­ti­cal or a revised scope of work or can­cel require­ments in their entirety.

5. Issue sub­se­quent RFP’s based on refine­ment of con­cepts pro­posed in response to this request.

6. Con­duct inves­ti­ga­tions of the qual­i­fi­ca­tions of the con­sul­tants as deemed appropriate.

M. Sub­mis­sion of a Pro­pos­al indi­cates accep­tance by the firm of the con­di­tions con­tained in this RFP, unless clear­ly and specif­i­cal­ly not­ed in the pro­pos­al sub­mit­ted and con­firmed in the con­tract between the Air­port and the firm selected.

N. The rec­om­mend­ed award will be post­ed on the Airport’s web­site. Fail­ure to file a writ­ten protest to the Project Rep­re­sen­ta­tive with­in the time pre­scribed in sec­tion 120.57(3), Flori­da Statutes, shall con­sti­tute a waiv­er of pro­pos­al protest proceedings.

O. All mate­r­i­al sub­mit­ted with the pro­pos­als will become the prop­er­ty of the Air­port unless oth­er­wise request­ed at the time of submission.

II. TERMS OF CONTRACT

A. The term of this con­tract is for Con­struc­tion Man­ag­er at Risk ser­vices for the com­plete CM@Risk ser­vices includ­ing con­struc­tion of the project. The Con­tract used for these ser­vices will be a mod­i­fied AIA A133-2009, Stan­dard Form of Agree­ment Between Own­er and Con­struc­tion Man­ag­er, where the basis of pay­ment is Cost of the Work plus a Fee with a Guar­an­teed Max­i­mum Price. The pro­posed con­tract form will be issued as an adden­dum, no lat­er than Sep­tem­ber 20, 2019. The Project Team includes ZHA, project man­ag­er; JRA Archi­tects, ter­mi­nal archi­tect, and AVCON, air­field engi­neer. Should there be any mod­i­fi­ca­tions to the plans for bud­get or VE options, mem­bers of the Project Team will make those alter­ations. Upon selec­tion of the CM@Risk firm and approval by the Air­port Board, the Con­tract will be exe­cut­ed for pre-con­struc­tion phase ser­vices only which includes the prepa­ra­tion of the Guar­an­teed Max­i­mum Price (GMP) for con­struc­tion of the Project by the CM@Risk in accor­dance with a con­tract doc­u­ments and agreed u[on sched­ule. Sub­se­quent­ly, and in accor­dance with the terms and con­di­tions of this RFP, amend­ments to the CM@Risk con­tract are antic­i­pat­ed to be issued for Con­struc­tion ser­vices upon accep­tance by the Air­port and approved as applicable. 

B. The infor­ma­tion con­tained in the RFP, and any writ­ten doc­u­ments sup­ple­ment­ing, amend­ing, or incor­po­rat­ing the pro­pos­al shall be incor­po­rat­ed into the con­tract between the Air­port and the select­ed firm unless express­ly pro­vid­ed oth­er­wise by the con­tract. The con­tract may be amend­ed only by writ­ten agree­ment of the CM and the Air­port. The order for con­tract prece­dence will be the Con­tract, the Airport’s RFP, and the Proposer’s Proposal.

C. All reports, doc­u­ments, or oth­er writ­ten mate­r­i­al devel­oped by the CM in the per­for­mance of this Agree­ment shall be and remain the prop­er­ty of the Air­port with­out restric­tion or lim­i­ta­tion upon its use or dis­sem­i­na­tion. Such mate­r­i­al shall not be the sub­ject of a copy­right application.

D. This RFP and result­ing con­tract, if any, and any dis­putes there­un­der will be gov­erned by the laws of the State of Flori­da, includ­ing Florida’s pub­lic records laws, and applic­a­ble fed­er­al laws gov­ern­ing fed­er­al­ly fund­ed con­tracts and the Air­port Improve­ment Pro­gram (“AIP”), includ­ing 2 CFR Part 200 and all Fed­er­al Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion reg­u­la­tions, orders, advi­so­ry cir­cu­lars, and grant assur­ances. The Air­port intends to use AIP funds toward this con­tract and, there­fore, where the laws and rules for spend­ing such funds are incon­sis­tent with Flori­da law, the Air­port may fol­low such laws and rules for AIP funds. The result­ing con­tract shall be deemed to have been exe­cut­ed and entered in the State of Flori­da. Any such con­tract shall be con­strued, per­formed, and enforced in all respects in accor­dance with the laws and rules of the State of Flori­da, and any pro­vi­sion in such con­tract in con­flict with Flori­da law and rules shall be void and of no effect. City and Pro­pos­er here­by agree that this RFQ and result­ing con­tract, if any, shall be enforced in the courts of the State of Flori­daand that venue shall always be in Pana­ma City, Florida.

III. PRO­POS­AL PROCEDURES

A. SCHED­ULE

Issue Request for Qual­i­fi­ca­tions, Fri­day Sep­tem­ber 132019

Pre-Sub­mit­tal Meet­ing at Site, Thurs­day Sep­tem­ber 19, 2019 at 2:00 PM CST.

Dead­line for Con­sul­tants to sub­mit writ­ten ques­tions or seek clar­i­fi­ca­tion of the RFQ is 4:00 PM, CST Thursday,

Octo­ber 3, 2019. Ques­tions and respons­es will be pub­lished on the Airport’s web­site as they are received.

RFP Sub­mis­sion Dead­line 2:00 PM, CST, Tues­day Octo­ber 152019.

Inter­views: There will be no inter­views antic­i­pat­ed for this project.

Air­port Board Approval to Nego­ti­ate and Award Con­tract with Rec­om­mend­ed CM@Risk Wednes­day October

23, 2019.

Kick-off meet­ing on site, Tues­day Novem­ber 52019.

Con­tract Per­for­mance Novem­ber 5, 2019 –June 312020

B. AWARD OF CONTRACT

1. The Air­port intends to award a con­tract or con­tracts result­ing from this solic­i­ta­tion to the respon­si­ble firm(s)

whose qual­i­fi­ca­tions rep­re­sent the best val­ue after eval­u­a­tion in accor­dance with the cri­te­ria in this

solic­i­ta­tion.

2. The Air­port reserves the right to eval­u­ate Pro­pos­als and award a con­tract with­out inter­views with offerors.

There­fore, the consultant’s ini­tial pro­pos­als should con­tain the firm’s best pre­sen­ta­tion of the firm’s

capa­bil­i­ties, expe­ri­ence and oth­er request­ed information. 

IV. INSUR­ANCE REQUIREMENTS

A. The CM, sub con­sul­tants, ven­dors, or sup­pli­ers shall not begin work under the con­tract until obtain­ing all

insur­ance described here­in and such cer­tifi­cates of insur­ance have been sub­mit­ted to the Project

Rep­re­sen­ta­tive; nor shall the CM per­mit any sub con­sul­tants, ven­dors, or sup­pli­ers to begin work until similar

insur­ance to cov­er the sub con­sul­tants, ven­dors, or sup­pli­ers has been obtained and approved by the

Con­sul­tant.

B. The min­i­mum insur­ance cov­er­age and lim­its required are shown by cov­er­age line in the sec­tion below.

Fail­ure of the Con­sul­tant to iden­ti­fy defi­cien­cies in any insur­ance pro­vid­ed by sub con­sul­tants, ven­dors, or

sup­pli­ers shall not relieve sub con­sul­tants, ven­dors, or sup­pli­ers from any insur­ance obligations

C. Cov­er­age Required

1. Work­ers Com­pen­sa­tion and Employer’s Lia­bil­i­ty — Work­ers com­pen­sa­tion insur­ance pro­vid­ing statutory

ben­e­fits as required in the state of Flori­da and employer’s lia­bil­i­ty with lim­its of not less than:

a. $500,000 E.L. Each Accident

b. $500,000 E.L. Dis­ease — Each Employee

c. $500,000 E.L. Dis­ease — Pol­i­cy Lim­it The pol­i­cy shall include a waiv­er of sub­ro­ga­tion in favor of the

Air­port. The cer­tifi­cate must clear­ly iden­ti­fy that cov­er­age applies in the state the CM, sub consultant,

ven­dor, or sup­pli­er is locat­ed and includes cov­er­age for Flori­da as required by statute.

2. Com­mer­cial Gen­er­al Lia­bil­i­ty — Writ­ten on ISO form CG2010 1185 or equiv­a­lent. The min­i­mum lim­its of

cov­er­age shall be as follows:

a. $2,000,000 each occur­rence for Bod­i­ly Injury and Prop­er­ty Damage

b. $2,000,000 Gen­er­al Aggregate

c. $2,000,000 Prod­ucts and Com­plet­ed Operations

d. $1,000,000 Per­son­al and Adver­tis­ing Injury (with the stan­dard con­trac­tu­al and employ­ee exclusions

delet­ed)

e. Employ­ees and Vol­un­teers as Addi­tion­al Insured for both on-going and com­plet­ed operations

f. Broad Form Prop­er­ty Dam­age includ­ing under­ground, explo­sion and col­lapse haz­ards (X,C,U); or no

exclu­sion for Exclu­sion — Dam­age to Work Per­formed by Sub­con­trac­tors on Your Behalf (CG 22 94 or 22

95)

g. Blan­ket Con­trac­tu­al Liability

h. Pri­ma­ry and Non-Con­trib­u­to­ry Endorsement

i. Inde­pen­dent Con­sul­tan­t’s Liability

j. Addi­tion­al Insured — Own­ers, Lessees or Con­trac­tors — Com­plet­ed Oper­a­tions (ISO form CG 20 37)

3. Com­mer­cial Auto­mo­bile Lia­bil­i­ty — Writ­ten on ISO form CA 00 01 or equiv­a­lent. The min­i­mum lim­its of

cov­er­age shall be as follows:

a. Bod­i­ly Injury and Prop­er­ty Dam­age: $1,000,000 com­bined sin­gle limit 

b. Any auto cov­er­age includes Hired Auto Lia­bil­i­ty and Non-Owned Auto Liability.

4. Pro­fes­sion­al Lia­bil­i­ty Insur­ance — The scope involves pro­fes­sion­al ser­vices and Pro­fes­sion­al Lia­bil­i­ty Insurance

is required cov­er­ing lia­bil­i­ty for claims that arise from the neg­li­gent errors, omis­sions, or acts of the

Con­sul­tant, sub con­sul­tant and its sub-sub con­sul­tants and/​or sub-sup­pli­ers in the pro­vi­sion of professional

ser­vices. The pol­i­cy shall include Con­trac­tu­al Lia­bil­i­ty cov­er­age and be effec­tive (retroac­tive­ly, if applicable)

from the date of com­mence­ment of pro­fes­sion­al activ­i­ties in con­nec­tion with the scope until five (5) years 11

fol­low­ing com­ple­tion of the scope. A copy of the pol­i­cy shall be pro­vid­ed to the City. Min­i­mum lim­its are:

a. Prime Design Pro­fes­sion­al: $1, 000,000 per occurrence/​aggregate;

b. Sub-Design Pro­fes­sion­al: $1, 000,000 per occurrence/​aggregate.

Cov­er­ages shall include:

a. Indem­ni­fi­ca­tion Endorse­ment: Pana­ma City Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict and any oth­er parties

as required by con­tract as indem­ni­fied parties;

b. Con­trac­tu­al Lia­bil­i­ty cov­er­ing hold harm­less agree­ment con­tained in the con­tract must be includ­ed without

excep­tions;

c. Delays in project com­ple­tion and cost guar­an­tees are covered;

d. Insur­ance is pri­ma­ry and non-contributory;

e. Insur­ing agree­ment to read: to pay on behalf of in lieu of to indemnify”;

f. Sep­a­ra­tion of insureds;

g. Retroac­tive date: Will apply back to the first date of pro­fes­sion­al services;

h. No exclu­sions for con­struc­tion means, meth­ods, tech­niques, sequences and procedures;

E. Cer­tifi­cate of Insur­ance Pri­or to com­menc­ing its per­for­mance under the con­tract, Con­sul­tant and all sub

con­sul­tants, ven­dors or sup­pli­ers shall pro­vide the Air­port a Cer­tifi­cate of Insur­ance evi­denc­ing the coverage’s

pre­vi­ous­ly list­ed. The insur­ance required here­un­der shall be main­tained from the com­mence­ment of the

con­tract until the end of the applic­a­ble war­ran­ty peri­od. The CM, sub con­sul­tant, ven­dor, or sup­pli­er shall

main­tain a cur­rent Cer­tifi­cate of Insur­ance with Air­port for this period.

F. Waiv­er of Sub­ro­ga­tion All insur­ance cov­er­age main­tained by the CM and all sub con­sul­tants shall include a

waiv­er of any right of sub­ro­ga­tion of the insur­ers there­un­der against the Air­port, employ­ees, insur­ers, and

under­writ­ers, and of any right of the insur­ers to any set-off or coun­ter­claim or any oth­er deduc­tion, whether

by attach­ment or oth­er­wise, in respect of any lia­bil­i­ty of any per­son insured under any such pol­i­cy. Consultant

and all sub con­sul­tants fur­ther waive all claims and all rights of sub­ro­ga­tion against the Air­port, employees,

insur­ers and under­writ­ers for loss of, or dam­age to, Consultant/​sub con­sul­tant scope, tools, machinery,

equip­ment, mate­r­i­al, sup­plies, or any oth­er loss­es with­in the scope of any insur­ance main­tained by

Consultant/​sub consultant.

V. SCOPE OF SERVICES

The work con­sists of installing a new 7,000 SF mod­u­lar ter­mi­nal build­ing, con­struct­ing all of the inte­ri­or walls

and fin­ish­es, includ­ing restrooms, con­ces­sion space and pas­sen­ger seat­ing for approx­i­mate­ly 280 passengers; 

con­struct­ing a con­nec­tor ramp between the exist­ing ter­mi­nal build­ing and the new mod­u­lar ter­mi­nal building;

extend­ing elec­tri­cal ser­vices (includ­ing fire alarm) to new mod­u­lar ter­mi­nal build­ing; Mod­i­fi­ca­tions will be

made to the exist­ing hold room space as well as to the ramp that con­nects the exist­ing ter­mi­nal to new

mod­u­lar expan­sion. Alter­nates will be con­sid­ered for the con­struc­tion and instal­la­tion of Gate 6 and 7

Pas­sen­ger Board­ing Bridges (PBB), which would include the con­struc­tion of PBB pedestal(s), relo­ca­tion of an

exist­ing refur­bished PBB, instal­la­tion of a new PBB, instal­la­tion of a cov­ered ramp sys­tem to the PBB rotunda

and exten­sion of elec­tri­cal ser­vices to pow­er the PBB equip­ment. The goal is to have the CM help work out an

eco­nom­i­cal solu­tion to con­struct the cov­ered ramp system.

VI. SUB­MIT­TAL REQUIREMENTS

Any firm wish­ing to be con­sid­ered is request­ed to sub­mit the fol­low­ing doc­u­men­ta­tion in the order listed:

1. Let­ter of interest.

2. Com­pa­ny Profile

a. The loca­tion of staffing and firm resources expect­ed to be made avail­able to serve the Airport.

b. Contractor’s License (pho­to­copy)

c. Gen­er­al capabilities.

d. Num­ber of years in business.

3. Expe­ri­ence and Spe­cif­ic Capabilities

a. The firm’s expe­ri­ence. Pro­vide a min­i­mum of 5 exam­ples of sim­i­lar pub­lic projects.

b. A descrip­tion of the firm’s per­son­nel who will be assigned to the work detailed in the Scope of

Ser­vices, includ­ing pro­fes­sion­al qual­i­fi­ca­tions (edu­ca­tion, reg­is­tra­tions, and pro­fes­sion­al affiliations),

and per­ti­nent expe­ri­ence. Include CM Project Exec­u­tive, CM Project Man­ag­er, CM Field Superintendent,

Sched­uler and Chief Estimator.

c. An exam­ple of each of the following:

a 90 – 100% CD GMP pro­pos­al costs and qualifications

a Project Schedule

a Val­ue Engi­neer­ing Report

4. Project Management

a. Descrip­tion of pre-con­struc­tion services.

b. Staffing plan, includ­ing par­tic­i­pa­tion of principals.

c. Esti­mat­ed sched­ule to com­plete the work.

b. List of Gen­er­al Requirements.

d. Pre­lim­i­nary comments/​questions regard­ing project con­struc­tion documents

e. Com­ments relat­ing to the use of AIA A‑133 CM @ Risk Contract

5. Finan­cial

a. Pre­con­struc­tion Fee

b. Esti­mat­ed month­ly Gen­er­al Con­di­tions and Gen­er­al Require­ments cost dur­ing construction.

c. Labor Bur­den on staff hourly rate.

d. OH&P Fee.

6. Ref­er­ences

A list of all pub­lic agency clients with­in the past five (5) years, along with con­tact infor­ma­tion for each

client (name and tele­phone num­ber of an indi­vid­ual famil­iar with the company’s work).

7. Proof of insur­ance and its limits.

8. Required Forms:

a. Pub­lic Enti­ty Crimes Statement

b. Non-Col­lu­sion Affidavit

c. Con­flict of Inter­est Disclosure

d. Indem­ni­fi­ca­tion

VII. EVAL­U­A­TION PROCESS

A. An eval­u­a­tion com­mit­tee will review each Pro­pos­al to deter­mine if it is respon­sive to the requirements

out­lined in this solic­i­ta­tion. Only Pro­pos­als fol­low­ing the require­ments of this solic­i­ta­tion will be reviewed.

Fail­ure to com­ply with these require­ments may cause the Pro­pos­al to be declared non-responsive.

B. To prop­er­ly eval­u­ate the Pro­pos­als, addi­tion­al clar­i­fi­ca­tion may be request­ed of one or more respondents.

C. The com­mit­tee will eval­u­ate all Pro­pos­als and rank them on a scale of 0 to 100, with 100 being the highest.

The com­mit­tee will be com­prised of indi­vid­u­als with the appro­pri­ate expe­ri­ence and/​or knowl­edge. The

fol­low­ing cri­te­ria will be used for the ranking:

Points

1. Com­pa­ny Pro­file 10 points

2. Expe­ri­ence and Capa­bil­i­ties 25 points

3. Project Man­age­ment 25 points

4. Finan­cial 25 points

5. Ref­er­ences 15 points

Total Pos­si­ble Points 100 points

D. The eval­u­a­tion process is designed to award a con­tract result­ing from this RFQ to the Respon­dent deemed

by the Air­port to be most respon­sive and who offers the best com­bi­na­tion of attrib­ut­es based upon the

eval­u­a­tion cri­te­ria. Respon­sive Respon­dent” is defined as a Respon­dent that con­forms in all mate­r­i­al respects

to the RFP and who has the capac­i­ty in all respects to per­form ful­ly the con­tract require­ments, and the

integri­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty which will assure good faith performance.

M. The Eval­u­a­tion Com­mit­tee will sub­mit their rec­om­mend­ed rank­ing of the firms to the Air­port Board. The

Air­port Board will then meet pub­licly and either approve the Eval­u­a­tion Committee’s rank­ings or review the

pro­pos­als, delib­er­ate, and adopt a dif­fer­ent rank­ing and pro­vide spe­cif­ic rea­sons for why it chose to rank the

pro­pos­als differently..

O. The respon­dent under­stands that this RFQ does not con­sti­tute an agree­ment or con­tract with the Airport.

The offi­cial con­tract or agree­ment is not bind­ing until the pro­pos­al is reviewed and accept­ed by the Airport

Staff and Board and a con­tract is exe­cut­ed by all par­ties. If pro­pos­als are found to be accept­able by the Airport, 

a con­tract will be award­ed to the Respon­dent whose eval­u­at­ed pro­pos­al is deter­mined to be in the best

inter­est of the Airport.

P. The Con­tract between CM shall be in the form of a mod­i­fied AIA A133-2009, Stan­dard Form of Agreement

Between Own­er and Con­struc­tion Man­ag­er, where the basis of pay­ment is Cost of the Work plus a Fee with a

Guar­an­teed Max­i­mum Price, to be issued by adden­dum. The suc­cess­ful Con­sul­tant shall assist and cooperate

with the Air­port in exe­cut­ing the Con­tract, and with­in ten (10) cal­en­dar days fol­low­ing its exe­cu­tion shall

return it to the Air­port along with the Insur­ance Cer­tifi­cates and any oth­er doc­u­men­ta­tion that may be

required by the Con­tract Doc­u­ments to be sub­mit­ted at that time.

END OF INSTRUC­TIONS TO PROPOSERS

NON‐COLLUSIONAFFIDAVIT FORM

STATE OF )

COUN­TY OF )

being first duly sworn, depos­es and says that he/​she is

(Sole own­er, a part­ner, president,secretary, etc.)

of

the par­ty mak­ing the fore­go­ing Sub­mit­tal that such sub­mit­tal is gen­uine and not col­lu­sive or sham; that said

Sub­mit­ter has not col­lud­ed, con­spired, con­nived, or agreed, direct­ly or indi­rect­ly with any SUB­MIT­TER or

per­son, to put in a sham Pro­pos­al, or that such oth­er per­son shall refrain from offer­ing and has not in any

man­ner, direct­ly or indi­rect­ly sought by agree­ment or col­lu­sion, or com­mu­ni­ca­tion or con­fer­ence, with any

per­son to fix the sub­mit­tal of affi­ant or any oth­er SUB­MIT­TER or to fix any over­head, prof­it or cost element

of said Sub­mit­tal or of that of any oth­er SUB­MIT­TER or to secure any advan­tage against OWN­ER any

per­son inter­est­ed in the pro­posed con­tract; and that all state­ments in said Sub­mit­tal are true; and further,

that such SUB­MIT­TER has not, direct­ly or indi­rect­ly sub­mit­ted this Pro­pos­al, or the con­tents there­of, or

divulged infor­ma­tion or date rel­a­tive there­to to any asso­ci­a­tion or to any mem­ber or agent thereof.

(Sig­na­ture of Submitter)

Sworn to and sub­scribed before me this day of , 20 .

State: Coun­ty:

(Notary Pub­lic in and for)

My com­mis­sion expires , 20 .

ANTI‐LOBBYINGFORM

CER­TI­FI­CA­TION REGARD­ING LOBBYING

I, , here­by cer­ti­fy on behalf

(name and title of Submitter’s official)

of , to the best of my knowl­edge and belief, that:

(name of Submitter)

(1) No Fed­er­al appro­pri­at­ed funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the Bid­der or

Offer­or, to any per­son for influ­enc­ing or attempt­ing to influ­ence an offi­cer or employ­ee of an agency,

a Mem­ber of Con­gress, an offi­cer or employ­ee of Con­gress, or an employ­ee of a Mem­ber of Congress

in con­nec­tion with the award­ing of any Fed­er­al con­tract, the mak­ing of any Fed­er­al grant, the making

of any Fed­er­al loan, the enter­ing into of any coop­er­a­tive agree­ment, and the exten­sion, continuation,

renew­al, amend­ment, or mod­i­fi­ca­tion of any Fed­er­al con­tract, grant, loan, or cooperative

agree­ment.

(2) If any funds oth­er than Fed­er­al appro­pri­at­ed funds have been paid or will be paid to any per­son for

influ­enc­ing or attempt­ing to influ­ence an offi­cer or employ­ee of any agency, a Mem­ber of

Con­gress, an offi­cer or employ­ee of Con­gress, or an employ­ee of a Mem­ber of Con­gress in

con­nec­tion with this Fed­er­al con­tract, grant, loan, or coop­er­a­tive agree­ment, the under­signed shall

com­plete and sub­mit Stan­dard Form‐​LLL, Dis­clo­sure Form to Report Lob­by­ing,” in accor­dance with

itsin­struc­tions.

(3) The under­signed shall require that the lan­guage of this cer­ti­fi­ca­tion be includ­ed in the award

doc­u­ments­for allsub‐​awards at all tiers(including subcontracts,sub‐grants, and con­tracts under

grants, loans, and coop­er­a­tive agree­ments) and that allsub‐​recipientsshall cer­ti­fy and disclose

accord­ing­ly.

This cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a mate­r­i­al rep­re­sen­ta­tion of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction

was made or entered into. Sub­mis­sion of this cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a pre­req­ui­site for mak­ing or enter­ing into this

trans­ac­tion imposed by sec­tion 1352, title 31, U.S. Code. Any per­son who fail­sto file the required

cer­ti­fi­ca­tion shall be sub­ject to a civ­il penal­ty of not less than $10,000 and not more than

$100,000 for each such failure.

Exe­cut­ed this day of , _.

By

(sig­na­ture of autho­rized official)

(title of autho­rized official)

CERTIFICATIONOFOFFERER/BIDDER REGARD­ING DEBARMENT

(BID­DER OR OFFER­OR CERTIFICATION)

By sub­mit­ting a pro­pos­al under this solic­i­ta­tion, the Sub­mit­ter cer­ti­fies that nei­ther it nor its principals

are present­ly debarred or sus­pend­ed by any Fed­er­al depart­ment or agency from par­tic­i­pa­tion in this

trans­ac­tion.

CER­TI­FI­CA­TION OF LOW­ER TIER CON­SUL­TANTS / CON­TRAC­TORS REGARDING

DEBAR­MENT

(LOW­ER TIER CON­TRACT CERTIFICATION)

The suc­cess­ful Sub­mit­ter, by admin­is­ter­ing each low­er tier sub­con­tract that exceeds twenty‐five

thou­sand dol­lars ($25,000) as a cov­ered trans­ac­tion” under the project is not present­ly debarred

or oth­er­wise dis­qual­i­fied from par­tic­i­pa­tion in this­fed­er­al­ly assist­ed project. The suc­cess­ful bid­der will

accom­plish this by:

1. Check­ing the Sys­tem for Award Man­age­ment at web­site: http://​www​.sam​.gov.

2. Col­lect­ing a cer­ti­fi­ca­tion state­mentsim­i­lar to the Cer­tifi­cate Regard­ing Debarment

and Sus­pen­sion (Bid­der or Offer­or), above.

3. Insert­ing a clause or con­di­tion in the cov­ered trans­ac­tion with the low­er tier contract.

If the FAA lat­er deter­minesthat a low­er tier par­tic­i­pant failed to dis­close to a high­er tier par­tic­i­pant that

it was exclud­ed or dis­qual­i­fied at the time it entered the cov­ered trans­ac­tion, the FAA may pur­sue any

avail­able reme­dies, includ­ing sus­pen­sion and debar­ment of the non‐​compliant participant.

SIG­NA­TURE­OF CON­SUL­TANT DATE:_________________

PRINT­ED­NAME

TITLE

ACKNOWL­EDGE­MENT OF ADDENDA

Sub­mit­ter here­by acknowl­edges receipt of all Adden­da through and including:

Adden­dum­No. , dated .

Adden­dum­No. , dated .

Adden­dum­No. , dated .

Adden­dum­No. , dated .

Com­pa­ny:

Autho­rizedSig­na­ture:

Print Name:

CON­FLICT OF INTER­EST DIS­CLO­SURE FORM

For pur­pos­es of deter­min­ing any pos­si­ble con­flict of inter­est, all firms, must dis­close if

any Pana­ma City-Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict employee(s), appointed

officials(s), of if any of its agen­cies is also an own­er, cor­po­rate offi­cer, agency, employee,

etc., of their firm.

Indi­cate either yes” (a City employ­ee, elect­ed offi­cial, or agency is also asso­ci­at­ed with

your firm), or no”. If yes, give person(s) name(s) and position(s) with your firm.

YES NO

NAME(S) POSITION(S)

Name of Firm:

Autho­rized Signature:

Print­ed Name:

Title:

Date:

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE

Sec­tion 287.087 Flori­da Statutes

Pref­er­ence shall be giv­en to busi­ness­es with drug-free work­place pro­grams. When­ev­er two or

more Bids, which are equal with respect to price, qual­i­ty, and ser­vice, are received by the State

or by any polit­i­cal sub­di­vi­sion for the pro­cure­ment of com­modi­ties or con­trac­tu­al ser­vices, a Bid

received from a busi­ness that cer­ti­fies that it has imple­ment­ed a drug-free work­place program

shall be giv­en pref­er­ence in the award process.

Estab­lished pro­ce­dures for pro­cess­ing tie bids will be fol­lowed if none of the tied ven­dors have a

drug-free work­place pro­gram. In order to have a drug-free work­place pro­gram, a busi­ness shall:

1. Pub­lish a state­ment noti­fy­ing employ­ees that the unlaw­ful man­u­fac­ture, distribution,

dis­pens­ing, pos­ses­sion, or use of a con­trolled sub­stance is pro­hib­it­ed in the workplace

and spec­i­fy­ing the actions that will be tak­en against employ­ees for vio­la­tions of such

pro­hi­bi­tion.

2. Inform employ­ees about the dan­gers of drug abuse in the work­place, the busi­ness’s policy

of main­tain­ing a drug-free work­place, any avail­able drug coun­sel­ing, reha­bil­i­ta­tion, and

employ­ee assis­tance pro­grams, and the penal­ties that may be imposed upon employees

for drug abuse violations.

3. Give each employ­ee engaged in pro­vid­ing the com­modi­ties or con­trac­tu­al ser­vices that

are under Bid a copy of the state­ment spec­i­fied in sub­sec­tion (1).

4. In the state­ment spec­i­fied in sub­sec­tion (1), noti­fy the employ­ees that, as a con­di­tion of

work­ing on the com­modi­ties or con­trac­tu­al ser­vices that are under Bid, the employ­ees will

abide by the terms of the state­ment and will noti­fy the employ­er of any con­vic­tion of, or

plea of guilty or nolo con­tendere to, any vio­la­tion of Chap­ter 893 or of any controlled

sub­stance law of the Unit­ed States or any state, for a vio­la­tion occur­ring in the workplace

no lat­er than five (5) days after such conviction.

5. Impose a sanc­tion on, or require the sat­is­fac­to­ry par­tic­i­pa­tion in a drug abuse assistance

or reha­bil­i­ta­tion pro­gram if such is avail­able in the employ­ee’s com­mu­ni­ty, by an employee

who is so convicted.

6. Make a good faith effort to con­tin­ue to main­tain a drug-free work­place through

imple­men­ta­tion of this section.

As the per­son autho­rized to sign the state­ment, I cer­ti­fy that this firm com­plies ful­ly with the above

require­ments.

Name of Firm:

Autho­rized Signature:

Print­ed Name:

Title:

Date:

E‑VERIFY

Vendor/​Consultant acknowl­edges and agrees to the fol­low­ing: Vendor/​Consultant shall uti­lize the

U.S. Depart­ment of Home­land Security’s E‑Verify sys­tem, in accor­dance with the terms governing

use of the sys­tem, to con­firm the employ­ment eli­gi­bil­i­ty of:

1. All per­sons employed by the Vendor/​Consultant dur­ing the term of the Con­tract to

per­form employ­ment duties with­in Flori­da; and

2. All per­sons, includ­ing sub­con­trac­tors, assigned by the Vendor/​Consultant to perform

work pur­suant to the con­tract with the Department.

Name of Firm:

Autho­rized Signature:

Print­ed Name:

Title:

Date:

SWORN STATE­MENT UNDER SEC­TION 287.133(3)(a),

FLORI­DA STATUTES, ON PUB­LIC ENTI­TY CRIMES

This Form Must Be Signed And Sworn To In The Pres­ence Of A Notary Pub­lic Or Other

Offi­cial Autho­rized To Admin­is­ter Oaths And Sub­mit­ted With The Bid

1. This sworn state­ment is sub­mit­ted to

by

For

Whose busi­ness address is

and (if applic­a­ble) its Fed­er­al Employ­er Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Num­ber (FEIN) is

(if the enti­ty has no FEIN, include the Social Secu­ri­ty Num­ber of the indi­vid­ual sign­ing this

sworn state­ment):

2. I under­stand that a pub­lic enti­ty crime” as defined in Sec­tion 287.133 (1)(g), Florida

Statutes, means a vio­la­tion of any state or fed­er­al law by a per­son with respect to

and direct­ly relat­ed to the trans­ac­tion of busi­ness with any pub­lic enti­ty or with an

agency of polit­i­cal sub­di­vi­sion of any oth­er state or with the Unit­ed States, including,

but not lim­it­ed to, any bid or con­tract for goods or ser­vices to be pro­vid­ed to any

pub­lic enti­ty or such an agency or polit­i­cal sub­di­vi­sion of any oth­er state or of the

Unit­ed States and involv­ing antitrust, fraud, theft, bribery, col­lu­sion, racketeering,

con­spir­a­cy, or mate­r­i­al misrepresentation.

I under­stand that con­vict­ed” or con­vic­tion” as defined in Para­graph 287.133 (1)(b),

Flori­da Statutes, means a find­ing of guilt or a con­vic­tion of a pub­lic enti­ty crime, with

or with­out an adju­di­ca­tion of guilt, in any fed­er­al or state tri­al court of record relating

to charges brought by indict­ment or infor­ma­tion after July 1, 1989, as a result of a

jury ver­dict, non-jury tri­al, or entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere.

3. I under­stand that affil­i­ate” as defined in Para­graph 2871.33 (1)(a) , Florida

Statutes, means:

(a.) A pre­de­ces­sor or suc­ces­sor of a per­son or a cor­po­ra­tion con­vict­ed of a public

enti­ty crime, or

(b.) An enti­ty under the con­trol of any nat­ur­al per­son who is active in the

man­age­ment of the enti­ty and who has been con­vict­ed of a pub­lic enti­ty crime.

The term affil­i­ate” includes offi­cers, direc­tors, exec­u­tives, partners,

share­hold­ers, employ­ees, mem­bers and agents who are active in the

man­age­ment of an affil­i­ate. The own­er­ship by one per­son of shares constituting

a con­trol­ling inter­est in anoth­er per­son, or a pool­ing agree­ment of equip­ment or 

income among per­sons when not for fair mar­ket val­ue under an arm’s length

agree­ment, shall be a pri­ma facie case that one per­son con­trols anoth­er person.

A per­son know­ing­ly enters into a joint ven­ture with a per­son who has been

con­vict­ed of a pub­lic enti­ty crime in Flori­da dur­ing the pre­ced­ing 36 months shall

be con­sid­ered an affiliate.

4. I under­stand that a per­son” as defined in Para­graph 287.133 (1)(e), Flori­da Statute,

means any nat­ur­al per­son or enti­ty orga­nized under the laws of any state or of the

Unit­ed States with the legal pow­er to enter in to a bind­ing con­tract and which bids or

applied to bid on con­tracts for the pro­vi­sion of goods or ser­vices let by a pub­lic entity,

or which oth­er­wise trans­acts or applies to trans­act busi­ness with a pub­lic enti­ty. The

term per­sons” includes those offi­cers, direc­tors, exec­u­tives, part­ners, shareholders,

employ­ees, mem­bers, and agents who are active in man­age­ment of an entity.

5. Based on infor­ma­tion and belief, the state­ment which I have marked below is true in

rela­tion to the enti­ty sub­mit­ting this sworn state­ment. [indi­cate which statement

applies.]

_​_​_​_​_​_​_​Neither the enti­ty sub­mit­ting this sworn state­ment, nor any of its officers,

direc­tors, exec­u­tives, part­ners, share­hold­ers, employ­ees, mem­bers, or agents who

are active in the man­age­ment of the enti­ty, nor any affil­i­ate of the enti­ty has been

charged with and con­vict­ed of a pub­lic enti­ty crime sub­se­quent to July 11989.

_​_​_​_​_​_​_​The enti­ty sub­mit­ting this sworn state­ment, or one or more of its officers,

direc­tors, exec­u­tives, part­ners, share­hold­ers, employ­ees, mem­bers, or agents who

are active in the man­age­ment of the enti­ty, or an affil­i­ate of the enti­ty has been

charged with and con­vict­ed of a pub­lic enti­ty crime sub­se­quent to July 11989.

_​_​_​_​_​_​_​The enti­ty sub­mit­ting this sworn state­ment, or one or more of its officers,

direc­tors, exec­u­tives, part­ners, share­hold­ers, employ­ees, mem­bers, or agents who

are active in the man­age­ment of the enti­ty, or an affil­i­ate of the enti­ty has been

charged with and con­vict­ed of a pub­lic enti­ty crime sub­se­quent to July 11989.

How­ev­er, there has been a sub­se­quent pro­ceed­ing before a Hear­ing Office of the

State of Flori­da, Divi­sion of Admin­is­tra­tive Hear­ings and the Final Order entered by

the Hear­ing Offi­cer deter­mined that it was not in the pub­lic inter­est to place the entity

sub­mit­ting this sworn state­ment on the con­vict­ed vender list. [Attach a copy of the

final order].

6. I under­stand by my exe­cu­tion of this doc­u­ment, I acknowl­edge that the enti­ty submitting

this sworn state­ment has informed by the City of Mex­i­co Beach, of the terms of Section

287.133(2)(a) of the Flori­da Statutes which read as follows:

A per­son or affil­i­ate who has been placed on the convicted

ven­dor list fol­low­ing a con­vic­tion for a pub­lic enti­ty crime may not 

sub­mit a bid on a con­tract to pro­vide any goods or ser­vices to a

pub­lic enti­ty for the con­struc­tion or repair of a pub­lic build­ing or

pub­lic work, may not sub­mit bids on leas­es of real prop­er­ty to a

pub­lic enti­ty, may not be award­ed or per­form work as a

con­trac­tor, sup­pli­er, sub­con­trac­tor, or con­sul­tant under a contract

with any pub­lic enti­ty in excess of the thresh­old amount provided

in s. 287.017 for CAT­E­GO­RY TWO for a peri­od of 36 months

from the date of being placed on the con­vict­ed ven­dor list.”

I UNDER­STAND THAT THE SUB­MIS­SION OF THIS FORM TO THE CON­TRACT­ING OFFI­CER FOR THE

PUB­LIC ENTI­TY IDEN­TI­FIED IN PARA­GRAPH 1(ONE) ABOVE IS FOR THE PUB­LIC ENTI­TY ONLY AND,

THAT THIS FORM IS VALID THROUGH DECEM­BER 31 OF THE CAL­EN­DAR YEAR WHICH IT IS FILED. I

ALSO UNDER­STAND THATAM REQUIRED TO INFORM THE PUB­LIC ENTI­TY PRI­OR TO ENTER­ING INTO

A CON­TRACT IN EXCESS OF THE THRESH­OLD AMOUNT PRO­VID­ED IN SEC­TION 287.017, FLORIDA

STAT­UES FOR CAT­E­GO­RY TWO OF ANY CHANGE IN THE INFOR­MA­TION CON­TAINED IN THIS FORM.

By: _______________________________

Print name: _________________________

Its: ________________________________

Sworn to and sub­scribed before me this day of , 20___.

Per­son­al­ly known ___ OR Pro­duced iden­ti­fi­ca­tion ______

Notary Pub­lic- State of ______

My com­mis­sion expires

[print­ed, typed or stamped

Com­mis­sioned Name of Notary Public]

FED­ER­AL REQUIREMENTS

All applic­a­ble fed­er­al law and fed­er­al pro­cure­ment require­ments shall apply to this RFP and

the result­ing con­tract. The fol­low­ing require­ments must be includ­ed in this RFP document

pur­suant to fed­er­al law, but this is not an exhaus­tive list of all applic­a­ble require­ments. The

con­tract shall have addi­tion­al fed­er­al require­ments that are typ­i­cal for projects uti­liz­ing federal

funds and the Con­trac­tor shall not be excused from com­ply­ing with any law due to the failure

to include it or ref­er­ence it in this RFP or the con­tract that results from it.

1. GEN­ER­AL CIV­IL RIGHTS PRO­VI­SIONS: The Con­trac­tor agrees to com­ply with pertinent

statutes, Exec­u­tive Orders and such rules as are pro­mul­gat­ed to ensure that no per­son shall,

on the grounds of race, creed, col­or, nation­al ori­gin, sex, age, or dis­abil­i­ty be exclud­ed from

par­tic­i­pat­ing in any activ­i­ty con­duct­ed with or ben­e­fit­ing from Fed­er­al assis­tance. This

pro­vi­sion binds the Con­trac­tor and sub­con­trac­tors from the bid solic­i­ta­tion peri­od through

the com­ple­tion of the con­tract. This pro­vi­sion is in addi­tion to that required by Title VI of the

Civ­il Rights Act of 1964.

2. NOTICE OF REQUIRE­MENT FOR AFFIR­MA­TIVE ACTION to ENSURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT

OPPOR­TU­NI­TY (applies only if the pro­fes­sion­al ser­vices agree­ment includes tasks that meet

the def­i­n­i­tion of con­struc­tion work [as defined by the U.S. Depart­ment of Labor (DOL)] and

exceeds $10,000. Exam­ples include instal­la­tion of mon­i­tor­ing sys­tems (e.g. noise,

envi­ron­men­tal, etc.)).

2.1. The Offeror’s or Bidder’s atten­tion is called to the Equal Oppor­tu­ni­ty Clause” and the

Stan­dard Fed­er­al Equal Employ­ment Oppor­tu­ni­ty Con­struc­tion Con­tract Specifications”

set forth herein.

2.2. The goals and timeta­bles for minor­i­ty and female par­tic­i­pa­tion, expressed in percentage

terms for the Contractor’s aggre­gate work­force in each trade on all con­struc­tion work in

the cov­ered area, are as follows:

Timeta­bles

Goals for minor­i­ty par­tic­i­pa­tion for each trade: [spon­sor must insert estab­lished goal]

Goals for female par­tic­i­pa­tion in each trade: 6.9%

These goals are applic­a­ble to all of the Contractor’s con­struc­tion work (whether or not it

is Fed­er­al or fed­er­al­ly assist­ed) per­formed in the cov­ered area. If the Con­trac­tor performs

con­struc­tion work in a geo­graph­i­cal area locat­ed out­side of the cov­ered area, it shall apply

the goals estab­lished for such geo­graph­i­cal area where the work is actu­al­ly performed. 

With regard to this sec­ond area, the Con­trac­tor also is sub­ject to the goals for both its

fed­er­al­ly involved and non-fed­er­al­ly involved construction.

The Contractor’s com­pli­ance with the Exec­u­tive Order and the reg­u­la­tions in 41 CFR Part

60 – 4 shall be based on its imple­men­ta­tion of the Equal Oppor­tu­ni­ty Clause, specific

affir­ma­tive action oblig­a­tions required by the spec­i­fi­ca­tions set forth in 41 CFR 60 – 4.3(a)

and its efforts to meet the goals. The hours of minor­i­ty and female employ­ment and

train­ing must be sub­stan­tial­ly uni­form through­out the length of the con­tract, and in each

trade, and the Con­trac­tor shall make a good faith effort to employ minori­ties and women

even­ly on each of its projects. The trans­fer of minor­i­ty or female employ­ees or trainees

from Con­trac­tor to Con­trac­tor or from project to project for the sole pur­pose of meeting

the Contractor’s goals shall be a vio­la­tion of the con­tract, the Exec­u­tive Order and the

reg­u­la­tions in 41 CFR Part 60 – 4. Com­pli­ance with the goals will be mea­sured against the

total work hours performed.

2.3. The Con­trac­tor shall pro­vide writ­ten noti­fi­ca­tion to the Direc­tor of the Office of Federal

Con­tract Com­pli­ance Pro­grams (OFC­CP) with­in 10 work­ing days of award of any

con­struc­tion sub­con­tract in excess of $10,000 at any tier for con­struc­tion work under the

con­tract result­ing from this solic­i­ta­tion. The noti­fi­ca­tion shall list the name, address, and

tele­phone num­ber of the sub­con­trac­tor; employ­er iden­ti­fi­ca­tion num­ber of the

sub­con­trac­tor; esti­mat­ed dol­lar amount of the sub­con­tract; esti­mat­ed start­ing and

com­ple­tion dates of the sub­con­tract; and the geo­graph­i­cal area in which the subcontract

is to be performed.

2.4. As used in this notice and in the con­tract result­ing from this solic­i­ta­tion, the cov­ered

area” is Bay Coun­ty, Florida.

3. Title VI Solic­i­ta­tion Notice

The Pana­ma City-Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict, in accor­dance with the provisions

of Title VI of the Civ­il Rights Act of 1964 (78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. §§ 2000d to 2000d‐​4) and the

Reg­u­la­tions, here­by noti­fies all Sub­mit­ters that it will affir­ma­tive­ly ensure that for any

con­tract entered into pur­suant to this adver­tise­ment, dis­ad­van­taged busi­ness enter­pris­es will

be afford­ed full and fair oppor­tu­ni­ty to sub­mit bids in response to this invi­ta­tion and will not

be dis­crim­i­nat­ed against on the grounds of race, col­or, or nation­al ori­gin in con­sid­er­a­tion for

an award.

The require­ments of 49 CFR part 26 apply to this con­tract. It is the pol­i­cy of the Pana­ma City­Bay Coun­ty Air­port and Indus­tri­al Dis­trict to prac­tice nondis­crim­i­na­tion based on race, color, 

sex or nation­al ori­gin in the award or per­for­mance of this con­tract. The Air­port encourages

par­tic­i­pa­tion by all firms qual­i­fy­ing under this solic­i­ta­tion regard­less of busi­ness size or

own­er­ship.

4. DIS­AD­VAN­TAGED BUSI­NESS ENTERPRISES:

4.1. Con­tract Assur­ance (§26.13) — The Con­trac­tor or sub­con­trac­tor shall not dis­crim­i­nate on

the basis of race, col­or, nation­al ori­gin, or sex in the per­for­mance of this con­tract. The

Con­trac­tor shall car­ry out applic­a­ble require­ments of 49 CFR part 26 in the award and

admin­is­tra­tion of Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion-assist­ed con­tracts. Fail­ure by the

Con­trac­tor to car­ry out these require­ments is a mate­r­i­al breach of this con­tract, which

may result in the ter­mi­na­tion of this con­tract or such oth­er rem­e­dy as the Own­er deems

appro­pri­ate, which may include, but is not lim­it­ed to:

1) With­hold­ing month­ly progress payments;

2) Assess­ing sanctions;

3) Liq­ui­dat­ed dam­ages; and/​or

4) Dis­qual­i­fy­ing the Con­trac­tor from future bid­ding as non-responsible.

4.2. Prompt Pay­ment (§26.29) — The Con­trac­tor agrees to pay each sub­con­trac­tor under this

prime con­tract for sat­is­fac­to­ry per­for­mance of its con­tract no lat­er than 30 days from

the receipt of each pay­ment the prime con­trac­tor receives from Own­er. The prime

con­trac­tor agrees fur­ther to return retainage pay­ments to each sub­con­trac­tor with­in 30

days after the sub­con­trac­tor’s work is sat­is­fac­to­ri­ly com­plet­ed. Any delay or

post­pone­ment of pay­ment from the above ref­er­enced time frame may occur only for

good cause fol­low­ing writ­ten approval of the Own­er. This clause applies to both DBE and

non-DBE sub­con­trac­tors.

5. LOB­BY­ING AND INFLU­ENC­ING FED­ER­AL EMPLOY­EES: The Bid­der or Offer­or cer­ti­fies by

sign­ing and sub­mit­ting this bid or pro­pos­al, to the best of his or her knowl­edge and belief,

that:

(1) No Fed­er­al appro­pri­at­ed funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of

the Bid­der or Offer­or, to any per­son for influ­enc­ing or attempt­ing to influ­ence an

offi­cer or employ­ee of an agency, a Mem­ber of Con­gress, an offi­cer or employ­ee of

Con­gress, or an employ­ee of a Mem­ber of Con­gress in con­nec­tion with the awarding

of any Fed­er­al con­tract, the mak­ing of any Fed­er­al grant, the mak­ing of any Federal 

loan, the enter­ing into of any coop­er­a­tive agree­ment, and the extension,

con­tin­u­a­tion, renew­al, amend­ment, or mod­i­fi­ca­tion of any Fed­er­al con­tract, grant,

loan, or coop­er­a­tive agreement.

(2) If any funds oth­er than Fed­er­al appro­pri­at­ed funds have been paid or will be paid

to any per­son for influ­enc­ing or attempt­ing to influ­ence an offi­cer or employ­ee of any

agency, a Mem­ber of Con­gress, an offi­cer or employ­ee of Con­gress, or an employee

of a Mem­ber of Con­gress in con­nec­tion with this Fed­er­al con­tract, grant, loan, or

coop­er­a­tive agree­ment, the under­signed shall com­plete and sub­mit Stan­dard Form­L­LL, Dis­clo­sure Form to Report Lob­by­ing,” in accor­dance with its instructions.

(3) The under­signed shall require that the lan­guage of this cer­ti­fi­ca­tion be includ­ed in

the award doc­u­ments for all sub-awards at all tiers (includ­ing sub­con­tracts, subgrants,

and con­tracts under grants, loans, and coop­er­a­tive agree­ments) and that all sub­re­cip­i­ents shall cer­ti­fy and dis­close accordingly.

This cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a mate­r­i­al rep­re­sen­ta­tion of fact upon which reliance was placed when

this trans­ac­tion was made or entered into. Sub­mis­sion of this cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a prerequisite

for mak­ing or enter­ing into this trans­ac­tion imposed by sec­tion 1352, title 31, U.S. Code.

Any per­son who fails to file the required cer­ti­fi­ca­tion shall be sub­ject to a civ­il penal­ty of

not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure.

6. CER­TI­FI­CA­TION REGARD­ING DEBARE­MENT, SUS­PEN­SION, INEL­I­GI­BIL­I­TY AND VOLUNTARY

EXCLU­SION:

CER­TI­FI­CA­TION OF OFFERER/BIDDER REGARD­ING DEBARMENT

By sub­mit­ting a bid/​proposal under this solic­i­ta­tion, the bid­der or offer­or cer­ti­fies that

nei­ther it nor its prin­ci­pals are present­ly debarred or sus­pend­ed by any Fed­er­al department

or agency from par­tic­i­pa­tion in this transaction.

CER­TI­FI­CA­TION OF LOW­ER TIER CON­TRAC­TORS REGARD­ING DEBARMENT

The suc­cess­ful bid­der, by admin­is­ter­ing each low­er tier sub­con­tract that exceeds $25,000 as

a cov­ered trans­ac­tion”, must ver­i­fy each low­er tier par­tic­i­pant of a cov­ered transaction” 

under the project is not present­ly debarred or oth­er­wise dis­qual­i­fied from par­tic­i­pa­tion in

this fed­er­al­ly assist­ed project. The suc­cess­ful bid­der will accom­plish this by:

1. Check­ing the Sys­tem for Award Man­age­ment at web­site: http://​www​.sam​.gov.

2. Col­lect­ing a cer­ti­fi­ca­tion state­ment sim­i­lar to the Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Offer­er /​Bidder

Regard­ing Debar­ment, above.

3. Insert­ing a clause or con­di­tion in the cov­ered trans­ac­tion with the low­er tier contract.

If the Fed­er­al Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion lat­er deter­mines that a low­er tier par­tic­i­pant failed to

dis­close to a high­er tier par­tic­i­pant that it was exclud­ed or dis­qual­i­fied at the time it entered

the cov­ered trans­ac­tion, the FAA may pur­sue any avail­able reme­dies, includ­ing suspension

and debar­ment of the non-com­pli­ant participant.

7. TRADE RESTRIC­TION CER­TI­FI­CA­TION: By sub­mis­sion of an offer and enter­ing into

this Agree­ment, the Offer­or cer­ti­fies that with respect to this solic­i­ta­tion and any resultant

con­tract, the Offeror –

1) is not owned or con­trolled by one or more cit­i­zens of a for­eign coun­try includ­ed in the

list of coun­tries that dis­crim­i­nate against U.S. firms as pub­lished by the Office of the United

States Trade Rep­re­sen­ta­tive (USTR);

2) has not know­ing­ly entered into any con­tract or sub­con­tract for this project with a person

that is a cit­i­zen or nation­al of a for­eign coun­try includ­ed on the list of coun­tries that

dis­crim­i­nate against U.S. firms as pub­lished by the USTR; and

3) has not entered into any sub­con­tract for any prod­uct to be used on the Fed­er­al project

that is pro­duced in a for­eign coun­try includ­ed on the list of coun­tries that discriminate

against U.S. firms pub­lished by the USTR.

This cer­ti­fi­ca­tion con­cerns a mat­ter with­in the juris­dic­tion of an agency of the Unit­ed States

of Amer­i­ca and the mak­ing of a false, fic­ti­tious, or fraud­u­lent cer­ti­fi­ca­tion may ren­der the

mak­er sub­ject to pros­e­cu­tion under Title 18 USC Sec­tion 1001.

The Offeror/​Contractor must pro­vide imme­di­ate writ­ten notice to the Own­er if the

Offeror/​Contractor learns that its cer­ti­fi­ca­tion or that of a sub­con­trac­tor was erroneous

when sub­mit­ted or has become erro­neous by rea­son of changed cir­cum­stances. The

Con­trac­tor must require sub­con­trac­tors pro­vide imme­di­ate writ­ten notice to the Contractor

if at any time it learns that its cer­ti­fi­ca­tion was erro­neous by rea­son of changed

cir­cum­stances.

Unless the restric­tions of this clause are waived by the Sec­re­tary of Trans­porta­tion in

accor­dance with 49 CFR 30.17, no con­tract shall be award­ed to an Offer­or or

sub­con­trac­tor:

1) who is owned or con­trolled by one or more cit­i­zens or nation­als of a for­eign country

includ­ed on the list of coun­tries that dis­crim­i­nate against U.S. firms pub­lished by the USTR

or

2) whose sub­con­trac­tors are owned or con­trolled by one or more cit­i­zens or nation­als of a

for­eign coun­try on such USTR list or

3) who incor­po­rates in the pub­lic works project any prod­uct of a for­eign coun­try on such

USTR list.

Noth­ing con­tained in the fore­go­ing shall be con­strued to require estab­lish­ment of a system

of records in order to ren­der, in good faith, the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion required by this pro­vi­sion. The

knowl­edge and infor­ma­tion of a con­trac­tor is not required to exceed that which is normally

pos­sessed by a pru­dent per­son in the ordi­nary course of busi­ness dealings.

The Offer­or agrees that, if award­ed a con­tract result­ing from this solic­i­ta­tion, it will

incor­po­rate this pro­vi­sion for cer­ti­fi­ca­tion with­out mod­i­fi­ca­tion in all low­er tier

sub­con­tracts. The Con­trac­tor may rely on the cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of a prospec­tive subcontractor

that it is not a firm from a for­eign coun­try includ­ed on the list of coun­tries that discriminate

against U.S. firms as pub­lished by USTR, unless the Offer­or has knowl­edge that the

cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is erroneous.

This cer­ti­fi­ca­tion is a mate­r­i­al rep­re­sen­ta­tion of fact upon which reliance was placed when

mak­ing an award. If it is lat­er deter­mined that the Con­trac­tor or sub­con­trac­tor knowingly

ren­dered an erro­neous cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, the Fed­er­al Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion (FAA) may direct

through the Own­er can­cel­la­tion of the con­tract or sub­con­tract for default at no cost to the

Own­er or the FAA.

8. PRO­CURE­MENT OF RECOV­ERED MATE­RI­ALS: Con­trac­tor and sub­con­trac­tor agree

to com­ply with Sec­tion 6002 of the Sol­id Waste Dis­pos­al Act, as amend­ed by the Resource

Con­ser­va­tion and Recov­ery Act, and the reg­u­la­to­ry pro­vi­sions of 40 CFR Part 247. In the

per­for­mance of this con­tract and to the extent prac­ti­ca­ble, the Con­trac­tor and subcontractors

are to use prod­ucts con­tain­ing the high­est per­cent­age of recov­ered mate­ri­als for items

des­ig­nat­ed by the Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency (EPA) under 40 CFR Part 247 whenever:

The con­tract requires pro­cure­ment of $10,000 or more of a des­ig­nat­ed item

dur­ing the fis­cal year; or

The con­trac­tor has pro­cured $10,000 or more of a des­ig­nat­ed item using

Fed­er­al fund­ing dur­ing the pre­vi­ous fis­cal year.

The list of EPA-des­ig­nat­ed items is avail­able at www​.epa​.gov/​s​m​m​/​c​o​m​p​r​e​h​e​n​s​i​v​e​p​r​o​c​u​r​e​m​e​n​t​-​g​u​i​d​e​l​i​n​e​s​-​c​o​n​s​t​r​u​c​t​i​o​n​-​p​r​o​ducts.

Sec­tion 6002© estab­lish­es excep­tions to the pref­er­ence for recov­ery of EPA-designated

prod­ucts if the con­trac­tor can demon­strate the item is:

a) Not rea­son­ably avail­able with­in a time­frame pro­vid­ing for com­pli­ance with

the con­tract per­for­mance schedule;

b) Fails to meet rea­son­able con­tract per­for­mance require­ments; or

c) Is only avail­able at an unrea­son­able price.

9. BUY AMER­I­CAN PREFERENCE:

The Con­trac­tor agrees to com­ply with 49 USC § 50101, which pro­vides that Fed­er­al funds

may not be oblig­at­ed unless all steel and man­u­fac­tured goods used in AIP fund­ed projects

are pro­duced in the Unit­ed States, unless the Fed­er­al Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion has issued a

waiv­er for the prod­uct; the prod­uct is list­ed as an Except­ed Arti­cle, Mate­r­i­al Or Sup­ply in

Fed­er­al Acqui­si­tion Reg­u­la­tion sub­part 25.108; or is includ­ed in the FAA Nation­wide Buy

Amer­i­can Waivers Issued list.

A bid­der or offer­or must com­plete and sub­mit the Buy Amer­i­ca cer­ti­fi­ca­tion included

here­in with their bid or offer. The Own­er will reject as non­re­spon­sive any bid or offer that

does not include a com­plet­ed Cer­tifi­cate of Buy Amer­i­can Compliance. 

CER­TIFI­CATE OF BUY AMER­I­CAN COM­PLI­ANCE FOR TOTAL FACILITY

As a mat­ter of bid respon­sive­ness, the bid­der or offer­or must com­plete, sign, date, and sub­mit this

cer­ti­fi­ca­tion state­ment with its pro­pos­al. The bid­der or offer­or must indi­cate how it intends to comply

with 49 USC § 50101 by select­ing one of the fol­low­ing cer­ti­fi­ca­tion state­ments. These state­ments are

mutu­al­ly exclu­sive. Bid­der must select one or the oth­er (i.e. not both) by insert­ing a check­mark (✓) or

the let­ter X”.

 Bid­der or offer­or here­by cer­ti­fies that it will com­ply with 49 USC § 50101 by:

a) Only installing steel and man­u­fac­tured prod­ucts pro­duced in the Unit­ed States; or

b) Installing man­u­fac­tured prod­ucts for which the Fed­er­al Avi­a­tion Admin­is­tra­tion (FAA)

has issued a waiv­er as indi­cat­ed by inclu­sion on the cur­rent FAA Nation­wide Buy

Amer­i­can Waivers Issued list­ing; or

c) Installing prod­ucts list­ed as an Except­ed Arti­cle, Mate­r­i­al or Sup­ply in Federal

Acqui­si­tion Reg­u­la­tion Sub­part 25.108.

By select­ing this cer­ti­fi­ca­tion state­ment, the bid­der or offer­or agrees:

• To pro­vide to the Own­er evi­dence that doc­u­ments the source and ori­gin of the steel and

man­u­fac­tured product.

• To faith­ful­ly com­ply with pro­vid­ing U.S. domes­tic products.

• To refrain from seek­ing a waiv­er request after estab­lish­ment of the con­tract, unless extenuating

cir­cum­stances emerge that the FAA deter­mines justified.

 The bid­der or offer­or here­by cer­ti­fies it can­not com­ply with the 100 per­cent Buy American

Pref­er­ences of 49 USC § 50101(a) but may qual­i­fy for either a Type 3 or Type 4 waiv­er under

49 USC § 50101(b). By select­ing this cer­ti­fi­ca­tion state­ment, the appar­ent bid­der or offer­or with

the appar­ent low bid agrees:

a) To the sub­mit to the Own­er with­in 15 cal­en­dar days of the bid open­ing, a formal

waiv­er request and required doc­u­men­ta­tion that sup­ports the type of waiv­er being

request­ed.

b) That fail­ure to sub­mit the required doc­u­men­ta­tion with­in the spec­i­fied time­frame is

cause for a non-respon­sive deter­mi­na­tion that may result in rejec­tion of the proposal.

c) To faith­ful­ly com­ply with pro­vid­ing U.S. domes­tic prod­ucts at or above the approved

U.S. domes­tic con­tent per­cent­age as approved by the FAA.

d) To fur­nish U.S. domes­tic prod­uct for any waiv­er request that the FAA rejects.

e) To refrain from seek­ing a waiv­er request after estab­lish­ment of the con­tract, unless

exten­u­at­ing cir­cum­stances emerge that the FAA deter­mines justified.

Required Doc­u­men­ta­tion

Type 3 Waiv­er – The cost of com­po­nents and sub­com­po­nents pro­duced in the Unit­ed States is more

than 60 per­cent of the cost of all com­po­nents and sub­com­po­nents of the facil­i­ty”. The required

doc­u­men­ta­tion for a Type 3 waiv­er is:

a) List­ing of all man­u­fac­tured prod­ucts that are not com­prised of 100 per­cent U.S. domes­tic content

(excludes prod­ucts list­ed on the FAA Nation­wide Buy Amer­i­can Waivers Issued list­ing and

prod­ucts exclud­ed by Fed­er­al Acqui­si­tion Reg­u­la­tion Sub­part 25.108; prod­ucts of unknown

ori­gin must be con­sid­ered as non-domes­tic prod­ucts in their entirety).

ATTACH­MENT G

Ven­dor Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Regard­ing Scru­ti­nized Com­pa­nies Lists

Ven­dor Name: _____________________________________________________

Ven­dor FEIN; _______________________________________________________

Vendor’s Autho­rized Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Name & Title: ________________________

__________________________________________________________________

Address: ___________________________________________________________

City: _​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​_​State: ________ Zip Code___________________

Tele­phone Num­ber: __________________________________________________

Email Address: ________________________________________________________

Sec­tion 287.135, Flori­da Statutes, pro­hibits agen­cies from con­tract­ing with com­pa­nies, for goods or

ser­vices over $1,000,000, that are on either the Scru­ti­nized Com­pa­nies with activ­i­ties in the Iran

Petro­le­um Ener­gy Sec­tor List, cre­at­ed pur­suant to s. 215.473, or are engaged in busi­ness oper­a­tions in

Cuba or Syria.

As the per­son autho­rized to sign on behalf of the Ven­dor, I here­by cer­ti­fy that the com­pa­ny identified

above in the sec­tion enti­tled Ven­dor Name” is not list­ed on either the Scru­ti­nized Com­pa­nies with

activ­i­ties in the Iran Petro­le­um Ener­gy Sec­tor List, and is not engaged in busi­ness oper­a­tions in Cuba or

Syr­ia. I under­stand that pur­suant to sec­tion 287.135, Flori­da Statutes, the sub­mis­sion of a false

cer­ti­fi­ca­tion may sub­ject the com­pa­ny to civ­il penal­ties, attorney’s fees, and/​or costs. I further

under­stand that any con­tract with an agency for goods or ser­vices of $1 mil­lion or more may be

ter­mi­nat­ed at the option of the agency if the com­pa­ny is found to have sub­mit­ted a false cer­ti­fi­ca­tion or

has been placed on the Scru­ti­nized Com­pa­nies with Activ­i­ties in Sudan List or the Scru­ti­nized Companies

with Activ­i­ties in the Iran Petro­le­um Ener­gy Sec­tor List.

*Sig­na­ture of Autho­rized Rep­re­sen­ta­tive _________________________________________

Name & Title

* This indi­vid­ual must have the author­i­ty to bind the Vendor.