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University of Houston First Annual HUB/MWBE Construction Networking Event July 24, 2007 Presenter: Dave Irvin Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration.

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1 University of Houston First Annual HUB/MWBE Construction Networking Event July 24, 2007 Presenter: Dave Irvin Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration Vice President Plant Operations

2 2 Outline 1.UH System Campuses 2.Plant Operations Website 3.Advertising of Projects 4.HUB (MBE, WBE, DBE) Participation 5.Contractors 6.Delivery Methods 7.Professional Services 8.Selection Process 9.Campus Master Plan 10.Recently Completed Projects 11.Current Projects 12.Upcoming Projects

3 3 UH-System Groups

4 4 Plant Operations Website

5 5 Advertising of Projects Advertisements for design services, contractors and other services are posted on the Texas Market Place which is a part of the Texas Building and Procurement website. The website address is On the pull down menu, select : University of Houston 730 for the Main campus University of Houston – Clear Lake 759 University of Houston – System 783 University of Houston – Downtown 784 or University of Houston – Victoria 765 The Texas Market Place is a bid website for all of the Texas state agencies.

6 6 HUB Participation The University has a goal of 40% HUB participation on all construction projects and a HUB mix that reflects the cultural diversity of our city. The University can provide assistance with getting state HUB certification, however certification is not required. We accept certifications of other state and local agencies. Outreach to HUB contractors, vendors and professional service providers is made through contact with HUB professional organizations, plan rooms and special events.

7 7 Upcoming Special HUB Event A special HUB/MWBE networking event targeting architects, engineers and other construction related consultants will take place in October at the UH Hilton Hotel located on the Main campus. The date is still to be determined. Opportunities to work on future projects will be discussed.

8 8 HUB Participation Contacts Dilip Anketell Executive Director Facilities Planning & Construction Allison E. Bell Director of Capital Projects Administration Facilities Planning & Construction William P. McKinney HUB Project Manager Facilities Planning & Construction Diedra Sutton Consultant Procurement Technical Assistance Center UH Small Business Development Center Sandra Webb HUB Program Manager UH Main Campus

9 9 Job Order Contractor Program UH uses JOCs to complete projects under $1,000,000. Projects generally range in size from a few thousand to a few hundred thousand dollars. Some JOCs are used as general contractors and other are for special projects only. Contracts are issued on a 1-year basis with an option for renewal for an additional year. We currently have 9 general JOCS and 3 specialty JOCs.

10 10 Delivery Methods Design Build Design – Bid – Build (Traditional) CM Risk

11 11 Contractors for Major Projects Design/Build The contractor/design firm is chosen by a two step RFQ then RFP process. Design – Bid – Build Competitive Sealed Proposal The contractor is chosen using a best value method based on published criteria and on its ranking evaluation. Construction Manager at Risk The contractor may be chosen by a two step RFQ then RFP process OR by a one step RFP process.

12 12 A/E and Other Professional Services for Minor Projects The several design firms are chosen by an RFQ process. As projects become available, firms are chosen from an approved list as needed.

13 13 A/E and Other Professional Services for Major Projects Design/Build The contractor/design firm is chosen by a two step RFQ then RFP process. Other Delivery Methods The design firm is chosen by an RFQ.

14 14 Selection Process The criteria for selection are included in each RFQ or RFP. A committee of FPC staff reviews the submissions and makes recommendations to a project building committee. The project building committee interviews a short-listed group of responders and forwards its recommendations to the Vice Chancellor.

15 15 Campus Framework Plan A link to the framework plan is on the Plant Operations website. These items can be viewed from there. UH Framework Plan Lecture Hall Presentation Calhoun Lofts Presentation Framework Plan Update BOR Approved Framework Plan Framework Plan Executive Summary Video Presentation

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17 17 Open Space

18 18 Open Space Framework Preserve and enhance the existing Open Space Framework of courtyards, lawns, and groves Respect and extend pedestrian corridors and paths to enhance wayfinding Utilize existing courtyard scale to develop new campus places Link the University with the surrounding neighborhood Extend the Brays Bayou Park System into the campus Continue Lighting/Security Program

19 19 Transportation Framework Develop a loop road connecting Calhoun Road and Elgin Street Extend the campus core by closing Cullen Boulevard Accommodate growth through conveniently located parking structures Integrate Metro Light Rail, BRT, and buses into campus with an inter-modal station on Scott Street Incorporate the University Shuttle to link all transportation framework elements

20 20 Parking Garage Data

21 21 Development Framework Increase on-campus residential population to 24% and distribute across campus Allow for growth to 41,000 students and 12.2M SF Provide limited infill opportunities integrated in the inner campus core Develop four perimeter precincts for current and future initiatives Construct mixed use development unique to each precinct

22 22 Arts Precinct

23 23 Professional Precinct

24 24 Wheeler Precinct

25 25 Stadium Precinct Garage 2 Garage 1

26 26 Recently Completed Projects UH Main Welcome Center & Parking Garage (2006) Bayou Oaks Student Housing Expansion (2006) Bayou Oaks Student Housing (2005) Science & Engineering Building (2005) M.D. Anderson Library Expansion (2004) Cullen Oaks Student Housing (2004) UH Downtown Commerce Street Building (2004) Academic Building & Garage (2007) UH Clear Lake Student Services & Classroom Building (2004)

27 27 Recent major projects Recently Completed Projects

28 28 Current Projects UH Sugar Land – Academic Building Architect: Archi*Technics/3 + PageSoutherlandPage Contractor: Skanska USA Building $35M Expected construction start – September 2007 UH Main – Calhoun Lofts Design/Build - Pepper Lawson & Kirksey $100M Expected construction start – September 2007 UH Main – Cemo Lecture Hall & Academic Center Architect: RFQ responses due August 15, 2007 Contractor: RFQ will be posted in August $9M Expected construction start – TBD

29 29 Current Projects

30 Upcoming Major Projects UH Main Campus Renovation to Science Buildings - $57.6M New Art Museum - $16M Parking Garage - $12M UH Victoria Economic Coalition – $8M Allied Health - $2M UH Clear Lake Renovation of Arbor Building – $11.5 M Pearland Campus – $10.8 M

31 Potential Major Projects UH Main Engineering Building Optometry Addition College of Business Addition Music Building Cougar Walk Scott Place UH Victoria Economic Coalition Allied Health UH Clear Lake Renovation of Arbor Building Pearland Campus UH Sugar Land Economic Development Building

32 32 Facilities Planning & Construction, better known as FPC, is located at 4211 Elgin on the second floor of the General Services Building.

33 33 Questions ?


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