Seminole County Public Schools is seeking a Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for the renovation and remodeling of Seminole High School's 9th Grade Center, with a budget of $2.65 million, according to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) issued this week.
Formerly known as Millennium Middle School and located at 21 Lakeview Dr. in Sanford, the scope of work will include minor remodeling of six existing buildings built between 1970 and 1999, which total more than 200,000 square feet.
The expansion of a bus loop and canopy to accommodate 55 buses, new ventilation systems, wireless network upgrades, interior flooring and paint replacement, and indoor and outdoor lighting upgrades are some of the tasks within the scope of services.
One building for dining services will be funded separately, and PSI High, a "school within a school" program of emphasis, will be built out in another.
Construction for the project is expected to start in June 2018 and be completed by August 2019.
The School Board's top-ranked firm for the contract will be asked to promptly submit a proposal of fees and unit costs for all services under the contract. The CMAR will take a lead role from design phase through bid-and-award, construction and post-construction phases.
A voluntary pre-proposal conference will be held Jan. 9 at 11 a.m., at the School Board's Educational Support Center in Sanford.
Final applications are due by Jan. 23 at 3 p.m. A short list should be formed by an evaluation committee by Feb. 7, presentations made on Feb. 20 and the award recommendation made that week.
Full documents for RFQ no. 17180051RFQ-DW can be found through the SCPS Purchasing Department.