Contract: $2,808,657 - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Sep. 19, 2009
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Award Description: Purpose of the award is to provide construction documents in order to construct a world-class laboratory and office complex for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration?s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, California. The new facility, sited on property owned by the University of California San Diego, will be up to 124,000 GSF with an additional 90,000 GSF of under building parking and 500,000 gallon acoustic research test tank. The building steps back as it moves up the hill, placing support spaces toward the hillside and personnel spaces toward the ocean view. This allows many green building opportunities such as vegetated roofs and flow-through natural ventilation. The sustainable principles and practices incorporated in the facility design are consistent with achieving a high level LEED rating, but no lower than a 'Silver' rating. The proposed new facility will accommodate between 280 and 300 personnel, with under building parking. The project satisfies individual department needs with lab spaces, office spaces, storage spaces, group gathering areas, and delivery/staging areas and allows NOAA to bring associated science and research activities together, promote proper flow of work from one activity to another, and modernize the laboratory and office spaces to comply with today?s regulatory requirements and standards while supporting the state-of-the-art and next generation science that is crucial to NOAA?s programmatic mission.
Project Description: Answered bidder's questions on behalf of the COTR for the ESWCPP. Continued efforts on the design of the ACTT Build-Out Optional Bid Item Finished progress on the 95% Preliminary Final Package and Submitted to NOAA for receipt on August 17, 2009. The 95% Cost Estimate was distributed to NOAA on August 25, 2009. Continued progress on the VoIP design Continues progress on the FF&E design Continued efforts on the updated project 3D renderings and submitted for review. Completed the Archeological Testing services. Participated in 95% Submittal Review Conference Proceeded to 100% Submittal The overall percent complete is 71.14
Jobs Summary: Professional service staff including architects, engineers, and supporting staff. (Total jobs reported: 11)
Project Status: More than 50% Completed
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|Gould Evans Associates, Lc||$1,188,854||KANSAS CITY||MO|
|HDR Architecture Inc,||$387,778||SAN DIEGO||CA|
|MWH Americas, Inc.||$306,561||BROOMFIELD||CO|
|Transystems Corporation||$577,846||KANSAS CITY||MO|
|Asm Affiliates Inc||$51,894||CARLSBAD||CA|
|Randall White Consulting||$17,490||SHAWNEE||KS|
|Technology Assoc Intl Corp||$28,835||CARLSBAD||CA|