Prequalification for Construction Manager at Risk Services for Cloverdale Sport and Ice Complex
Revised June 18, 2021
Richard D. Oppelt
Manager, Procurement Services
Tel: (604) 590-7274
Request for Expressions of Interest and Statement of Qualifications
The Cloverdale Sport and Ice Complex will provide approximately 95,000 sf of new community recreation space consisting of a new two sheet arena complex that will be used for ice and dry floor sports, as well as supporting community multi-purpose spaces and spectator seating. One of the arena sheets will have 400 seats to support a future sports team such as a junior hockey team. Spaces to support the sport aspects will include dressing rooms, official’s rooms, skate change area, refrigeration plant, mechanical rooms, and workshop space. Other supporting spaces will include Servery space, multi-purpose rooms, meeting spaces, large washrooms to support the occupancy, staff offices and open lobby with reception and skate rental facilities. The facility will be high quality in architecture and materials. Site development will include a new roadway extension with related engineering utility services, onsite parking for approximately 200 cars, construction and landscaping interfaces to support the building and compliment the adjacent park spaces.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
The City of Surrey (the “City”) has selected the Construction Manager at Risk method for this project to provide design assist, costing, value engineering, and pre-construction services in addition to the full construction management services required to achieve the City’s objectives.
The Construction Manager must have demonstrated expertise and experience with Construction Management at Risk projects.
A more detailed scope of Services and the expected deliverables for each stage of the project will be made available to the shortlisted firms.
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