Notice of Bid/Request for Proposal


The Department of Corrections, Bureau of Procurement and Supply, requests qualifications from construction management firms to provide services for the construction of an Annex adjacent to the Mayo Correctional Institution, in Mayo, Florida including future expansion/renovation to the Main Unit. The construction budget is estimated to be $80,390,000 for the total project. The Annex, estimated to take 24 months is budgeted at $65,390,000 with funding over a two year period beginning July of 2007, ($11,500,000 the first year and $53,890,000 the second year) pending Legislative appropriation of funds. The Expansion/Renovation of the Main Unit is estimated at $15,000,000, pending appropriation by the Legislature. The tentative schedule for completion of the Main Unit is August 2009 with completion of the Annex by December 2009. Applicant must be a licensed general contractor in the State of Florida at the time of application. Further, if a corporation, the applicant must be registered by the Department of State, Division of Corporations, to operate in the State of Florida at the time of application.

The selection will be made in accordance with Chapter 60D-5, Florida Administrative Code, and the Request for Qualification procedures and criteria which may be obtained from Julyn Hussey at the address and phone number below. Firms interested in being considered for this project are encouraged to attend an information meeting at the Department of Corrections, Central Office, Second Floor, Classroom B, 2601 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 2007, 10:00 a.m. (EDT).

To be considered, interested firms must submit an application in accordance with the Request for Qualifications by June 18, 2007, 4:00 p.m. (EDT), faxed submissions are not acceptable. Submit copies of your Statement of Qualification to the Department of Corrections, Attn.: Julyn Hussey, Bureau of Procurement and Supply, 2601 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2500, (850)410-4049.

The State of Florida’s performance and obligation to contract for these services are contingent upon annual appropriation by the Legislature.