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The City of Harrisonville (City) invites interested parties to submit a signed and sealed bids for goods and/or services as described herein.
The Project consists of the construction of two (2) storage/garage buildings and one (1) car port for the City of Harrisonville, Missouri. The first building will be a 40’ x 40’ x 16’ high at the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and the second will be a 50’ x 40’ x 12’ building located at the City’s Street Department. Also located at the City’s Street Department will be the 75’ x 18’ x 16’ car port, all as shown on Attachment 4.
Proposals must be received at the Public Works Department at 201 W. Chestnut, Harrisonville, MO 64701 by 2 p.m. on December 12, 2023.
Any questions regarding this RFP should be directed to Matt Carver, Public Works Superintendent at 816-380-8964.
2023 RESIDENTIAL DEMOLITION OF FLOOD BUYOUT PROPERTIES
Sealed proposals will be received by the City Clerk at City Hall, Harrisonville, MO, until 2 p.m. on Thursday, December 7, 2023 at which time proposals for: 2023 RESIDENTIAL DEMOLITION OF FLOOD BUYOUT PROPERTIES will be publicly opened and read aloud.
The work under this Contract consists of the following: Removal and disposal of five (5) single family houses including outbuildings and concrete flat work. Construction shall also include abatement of asbestos containing materials at one location, the basement, driveways, sidewalks, filling, compaction, and grading of the basements and the seeding/mulching of the finished disturbed areas.
Questions regarding this RFP should be directed to: Ted Martin, City Engineer (816) 380-8964.
NOTICE OF UPCOMING RFQ FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES – ROYAL STREET EXTENSION
The City of Harrisonville, in partnership with MoDOT, is announcing an upcoming opportunity for Design-Builders to submit qualifications on the Royal Street Extension. This $20M (plus/minus) project will likely include:
- More than a mile of new city roadways, with associated earthwork, curbing and enclosed drainage systems,
- Sidewalks, shared-use paths
- Street lighting
- Public utilities
- Regional stormwater basin
- Sports field clusters (soccer, softball, baseball)
- Sports complex buildings (rodeo, maintenance, concessions, restrooms)
- Sports complex parking lots
The Design-Builder will be responsible for nearly 80% of the final design, which is intended to provide the maximum flexibility for innovative design concepts and cost-saving measures. The City has hired TranSystems as the Owner’s Representative and Design Criteria Consultant to complete a Conceptual Study (20% Design) for this project. (They are precluded from participating on any Design-Builder teams.)
The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is expected to be advertised within two months. From the submitted qualifications, the City and MoDOT intend to short-list the most qualified proposers to then complete technical discussions during the following three months. This process will result in a price and technical proposal from the short-listed proposers. The City will provide a detailed schedule with the RFQ, but it is expected that the Design-Builder that is ultimately selected will begin construction in 2024.
This announcement is not a request for a proposal, it is only intended to provide Design-Builders additional information and time to prepare their teams for the upcoming RFQ, anticipated to advertise on December 21, 2023.
Additional information will be provided with the RFQ.