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The  City  of  Williamsburg   Stryker  Center    

Pursuant  to:  Public-­‐Private  Education  Facilities  and  Infrastructure  Act  of   2002,  Va.  Code  Ann.  §§  56-­‐575.1  to  575.16  (LNMB  Supp.  2002)  (“PPEA”)    

Part  1  of  2  –  Public  Information    

February  1,  2013  


5806 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188 757-565-1090 Phone 757-564-9120 Fax

P.O. Drawer BM Williamsburg, VA 23187 www.hendersoninc.com 2701-004849 “A”

February 1, 2013 The City of Williamsburg Municipal Building 401 Lafayette Street Williamsburg Virginia, 23185-3617 Attn: Jack Tuttle Re: Stryker Center PPEA Proposal Dear Mr. Tuttle: We are pleased to have the opportunity to present our unsolicited design-build proposal for the Stryker Center under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002, Revised 2007 (PPEA). We feel strongly that the proposed project meets the definition of a qualifying project for the City of Williamsburg, specifically but not limited to a building or facility that meets a public purpose and is developed or operated by or for any public entity. This, coupled with the need as outlined in the City of Williamsburg’s 2013 Comprehensive Plan, provides the City with an opportunity to create a true public meeting space for the community where citizens interact easily with government and one another. By utilization of the PPEA process, the City is provided with a more innovative approach to contracting than the traditional approach of Design/Bid/Build. There are several special reasons why our team of Henderson, Inc. and Guernsey Tingle Architects is particularly qualified to provide superior value to your team on this exciting project: Intimate Knowledge of the Owner’s Facility Requirements - Over the last two years, our team has been consulting with the City to assist in the process of determining the facility’s requirements. We have become intimately knowledgeable of your needs and together we have defined, explored, and resolved your physical needs with solutions that met your budget yet maintained the character of the City. Through the development of your program, we understand the City’s intentions for the image of the facility, the activities to occur in the facility, the functions of the individual units housed in the facility, and their interactions with each other and with visitors to the facility. Because of our in-depth knowledge of the City’s program, the value our team can bring to the table is unquantifiable and cannot be remised. Successful Tested Partnership as a Design-Build Team – Henderson, Inc. and Guernsey Tingle Architects have a long and successful history of working together. Together, we have teamed on over 100 projects in the Hampton Roads area. Over the years, we have refined our team-build approach and process to form a seamless team that communicates comfortably and effectively with each other and working together to find the best solutions for each project. The benefits of our years of partnership are passed on to the owner of each project we complete together. The owner can have the confidence

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5806 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188 757-565-1090 Phone 757-564-9120 Fax

P.O. Drawer BM Williamsburg, VA 23187 www.hendersoninc.com 2701-004849 “A”

that their project team knows each other extremely well and they are comfortable speaking openly and honestly with each other, voicing ideas and concerns that ultimately lead to the most innovative design solutions. Economic Opportunity Partnership - Despite growth and easing of pressure in other economic areas, the construction market in Virginia continues to be a very competitive and aggressive environment, especially within the subcontractor community. With the proposed schedule, the City will be able to take advantage of continued reduced construction costs. The successful completion of this project will require a partner with local market knowledge. Given the inherent risks in the current economic climate, our subcontractor prequalification process will ensure project success through use of competitive qualified subcontractors. Through our rigorous prequalification process, Henderson, Inc. will assess subcontractors for their capabilities, financial soundness, and possible risks. Our reputation for fairness and integrity coupled with our fifty-six years of experience in the Historic Triangle provides our team with ample existing relationships in the subcontractor market. In the end, the City will be able to take advantage of the economic opportunity with a level of comfort provided by their partner. Our team possesses the skill, knowledge, and perhaps most importantly the drive needed to make the Stryker Center a resounding success. This submission succinctly describes our experience, methods, and project characteristics that will be instilled throughout the duration of the project. Stated best within the City’s 2013 Comprehensive Plan, in the end, “the Stryker Center will become a place where citizens interact easily with government and one another, and it will be located near the Williamsburg Library and the Community Building, emphasizing City Square as a true public meeting space for the community.” We welcome the opportunity to discuss our project plan with you in greater detail.

Leslie Henderson Schultz Vice President Henderson, Inc.

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Table  of  Contents  

PPEA for the City of Williamsburg Stryker Center Table of Contents Qualifications and Experience .................................................................................................. Section 1 Legal structure of firms ........................................................................................................ 1 Key firm organizational chart ............................................................................................. 2 Key firm profiles ................................................................................................................... 3 Relevant experience .............................................................................................................. 5 Key personnel resumes ......................................................................................................... 17 Key subconsultant organizational chart ............................................................................. 29 Key subconsultant profiles ................................................................................................... 30 Key subconsultant resumes .................................................................................................. 33 Management approach ......................................................................................................... 41 Schedule approach ...................................................................................................... 43 Quality .......................................................................................................................... 44 Safety ............................................................................................................................ 45 Contact information .............................................................................................................. 46 Financial statement(s) (Part 2 of 2) ...................................................................................... 46 Firm conflict of interest ........................................................................................................ 46 Insurance and bonding ability (Part 2 of 2) ........................................................................ 46 Project Characteristics .............................................................................................................. Section 2 Project description and conceptual design ......................................................................... 47 Work to be performed by the City of Williamsburg ......................................................... 60 Permits and approvals .......................................................................................................... 60 Anticipated adverse social, economic and environmental impacts .................................. 61 Positive social, economic and environmental impacts ....................................................... 61 Proposed schedule ................................................................................................................. 62 Allocation of risk and liability .............................................................................................. 62 Assumptions and restrictions ............................................................................................... 62 Phased openings .................................................................................................................... 62 Any other assumptions ......................................................................................................... 63 Contingencies ......................................................................................................................... 63 Project Financing ....................................................................................................................... Section 3 Preliminary estimate and estimate methodology (Part 2 of 2) .......................................... 64 Design build contract structure (Part 2 of 2) ...................................................................... 64 Development financing plan (Part 2 of 2) ............................................................................ 64 Assumptions (Part 2 of 2) ...................................................................................................... 64 Risk factors and methods for dealing with these factors (Part 2 of 2) .............................. 64 Total commitment from government resources (Part 2 of 2) ............................................ 64 Info for any revenue sources (Part 2 of 2) ........................................................................... 64 Factors prohibiting tax-exempt financing (Part 2 of 2) ..................................................... 64

 


Table  of  Contents  

Project Benefits and Compatibility .......................................................................................... Section 4 Benefits of the project ........................................................................................................... 66 Public support / opposition ................................................................................................... 67 Strategy to inform the public ............................................................................................... 67 Benefits to the community .................................................................................................... 67 Compatibility with local comprehensive plan .................................................................... 68 SWaM participation ............................................................................................................. 69 Appendixes – All appendixes are under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”

 


Section 1: Qualifications and Experience


Qualifications  and  Experience  

1. Qualifications and Experience   1a.

Identify the legal structure of the firm or consortium of firms making the proposal. Identify the organizational structure for the project, the management approach and how each partner and major subcontractor in the structure fits into the overall team. Owner The City of Williamsburg will own and operate the Stryker Center as it currently does. Contractor Henderson, Inc. will provide all general contracting services for the City of Williamsburg Stryker Center PPEA project. Founded in 1957, Henderson, Inc. is a Williamsburg, Virginia based, Class A bonded contractor with over 55 years of general contracting and construction experience in the Hampton Roads area and the Mid-Atlantic Region. Henderson specializes in new construction, renovations, additions, and site development. Our experience includes projects for public, private, and government sector clients. For the purpose of the City of Williamsburg Stryker Center PPEA Project, Henderson, Inc. and Guernsey Tingle Architects have signed a formal DBIA – Standard Form of Teaming Agreement Between Design-Builder and Teaming Party. A copy of this agreement may be obtained upon request. Architect Based in James City County with an architectural staff of 18, Guernsey Tingle Architects is small enough to provide personal attention, yet large enough to respond quickly and thoroughly. The firm works in a studio atmosphere to design unique facilities, with architectural character that responds to the context of the particular project. The following designers and sub consultants will serve as part of Guernsey Tingle Architects team: Civil Engineer AES Consulting Engineers, Structural Engineer TAM Consultants, Inc., Plumbing, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer Cherwa-Ewing Engineering, P.C., Acoustics Consultant Miller, Beam & Paganelli, Inc. and Artistic Design Consultant Kyra Cook.

 

 

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Key  Firms     Organiza7onal  Chart  

 Qualifica7ons  and  Experience         City  of  Williamsburg    

 

Project  Execu7ve   James  M.  Neilson,  DBIA   QC  Mgr  /  LEED  Coordinator   Nick  Jones  

Design-­‐Build  Team  Leader  /   Senior  Project  Manager   Brennan  Raab,  DBIA   Chief  Es7mator   Al  Davis  

Project  Superintendent     Rich  Warfield  /  MaJ  Hipple   Safety  Director   Dave  Thompson  

 

 

Principal-­‐in-­‐Charge   Tom  Tingle,  AIA     Project  Manager  /  Design   Architect   Kris7n  Baum,  AIA,  LEED  AP     Design  QC  /  LEED  Design   Andrew  Cronan,  AIA,  LEED  AP     Interior  Designer   Rich  Smith,  AIA,  IIDA     Construc7on  Admin   W.  Jay  Hobbs  

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Qualifications  and  Experience  

Describe the experience of the firm or consortium of firms making the proposal and the key principals involved in the proposed project including experience with projects of comparable size and complexity. Describe the length of time in business, business experience, public sector experience and other engagements of the firm or consortium of firms. Include the identity of any firms that will provide design, construction and completion guarantees and warranties, and a description of such guarantees and warranties. KEY FIRMS Contractor

Henderson, Inc. Founded in 1957, Henderson, Inc. is a Williamsburg, Virginia based, Class A bonded contractor with over 55 years of general contracting and construction experience in the Hampton Roads area and the Mid-Atlantic Region. Henderson specializes in new construction, renovations, additions, and site development. Our experience includes projects for public, private, and government sector clients. We approach every project with a commitment to our core values of integrity, quality, our people, relationships, and leadership. Henderson, Inc.’s services include: • Construction Management • Preconstruction Services • Value Engineering • Construction • Design Build • LEED Construction • Site/Utility Development • Federal Services • Special Projects. Henderson project managers and superintendents have over 100 years of combined construction experience. When ground is broken, they know how to lead teams effectively, keeping them motivated, safe, and working efficiently. They are accountable to make on-site decisions in the client’s interest, and trained to implement “no cost solutions” whenever possible. State-of-the-art budget and cost control systems help closely monitor project expenses, including subcontractor “buy-outs.” Owners stay informed and in control throughout the project. Weekly reports detail progress and also serve as a record of construction. Of course, on-site visits are always welcome too. After more than 55 years of business, Henderson’s strong relationships with city and county officials have become one of our strongest construction assets. We work closely with municipalities to create positive permit and inspection schedules, so progress moves forward smoothly and timelines are kept.

 

 

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Qualifications  and  Experience  

Through this entire process, Henderson prides itself on our ability to go “Beyond the Building” and provide our clients with the best, value-based service. Our experience, teamwork, and clientcentered approach will continue driving our success. Architect

Guernsey Tingle Architects Based in the Williamsburg area with an architectural staff of 18, Guernsey Tingle Architects is small enough to provide personal attention, yet large enough to respond quickly and thoroughly. The firm works in a studio atmosphere to design unique facilities, with architectural character that responds to the context of the particular project. Guernsey Tingle Architects works with a variety of building types, focusing on municipal, office/administrative, recreational, residential, and community facilities. The firm’s numerous awards and publications in regional and national periodicals reflect positively on its design abilities. However, the focus of the practice is problem solving, providing creative solutions for each client’s needs. Guernsey Tingle Architects has been in business for 29 years and experienced sound fiscal growth from the early 1990’s until the present. The firm is committed to responsive design within each client’s functional and budget requirements. The staff at Guernsey Tingle Architects is committed to “give back” to the community where the firm lives and works. The staff volunteers for several non-profits and social services organizations; it provides architectural services on a discounted or pro bono basis for local nonprofit projects, and it serves on local municipal boards and commissions.

 

 

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P R O J E C T   E X P E R I E N C E

2007 Legacy Hall James City County, Virginia The design-build team of Guernsey Tingle Architects and Henderson, Inc. constructed Legacy Hall, a new community building to commemorate the 400th Anniversary of the landing at Jamestown. The goal was to create a high-quality facility in the center of New Town, a mixed use center, that would accommodate a wide variety of uses including receptions, concerts, meetings, and art shows, and in doing so leave a “legacy” to the community in honor of the sacrifices made by the first settlers at Jamestown. The design response to the program was to create a garden pavilion that would stand in contrast to the surrounding buildings, while both presenting a welcoming presence on the street side and embracing the park on the back side. A skylight in the center of the building highlights a piece of sculpture that was commissioned for the building and one that can be seen at night from the street. There are two activity spaces; the larger room is sky lit from the building cupola, but light in the space can be controlled to darken it as required for events. The project team met the County’s goals to assure a quality acoustical environment, to minimize ongoing building maintenance requirements, and to incorporate sustainable design elements.

Project  Information:   Architect:  Guernsey  Tingle  Architects   Civil  Engineer:  AES  Consulting   Engineers   Final  Cost:  $1,300,000   Project  Manager:  Rob  Haven   Superintendent:  Stanley  Beamon   Project  Completion:  2006   Project  Completion:  PPEA  design   build  

Challenges:   • •

Constructed  in  a  highly  urban   area   Construction  schedule  had  to   be  compressed  to  meet   anniversary  deadline.  

Reference  Contact  Information:   Owner:  James  City  County,  VA   Contact:  Steven  Hicks,  Former   Development  Manager   Address:  101-­‐A  Mounts  Bay  Road,   Williamsburg,  VA  23185   Phone:  757-­‐259-­‐4127   Email:   development.management@jamescityco unty.gov     “…being   new   to   the   design-­‐build   process   the   county   was   concerned   about   the   overall   outcome   of   the   project.     Henderson   and   Guernsey   Tingle   not   only   met   but   exceeded   every   expectation…because   of   the   tremendous   success   of   the   project   the   PPEA,   design-­‐ build   process   is   something   we   now   use   and  will  continue  in  the  future.”  -­‐  Steven   Hicks,   Former   Development   Manager   James  City  County,  VA   5  


Development Management 101-A Mounts Bay Road P.O. Box 8784 Williamsburg, VA 23187-8784 P: 757-253-6671 F: 757-253-6822 devman@james-city.va.us

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Code Compliance

Environmental Division

Planning and Zoning

(757) 253-6620 codecomp@james-city.va.us

(757) 253-6670 environ@james-city.va.us

(757) 253-6685 planning@james-city.va.us

March 11, 2011 Mr. Bill Strack, President Henderson, Inc. 5806 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188 Dear Bill: It is not often that a locality has the opportunity to create a “community building” to serve for the present, let alone one that is designed to endure and to serve as a legacy for future generations. Henderson Inc. was an integral part in making the County’s vision a reality. Legacy Hall consistently receives praise for its unique design and the quality of craftsmanship. It has been a pleasure and privilege working with Henderson, Inc. on the Legacy Hall project. Being new to the design-build process, the County had reservations about the overall outcome of the project. Henderson Inc.’s leadership in meeting the County’s needs and guidance throughout the process provided the comfort needed to pursue the design-build approach. Your team’s responsiveness and “can do” attitude are the key reasons that this project was so successful. Henderson Inc. not only met, but exceeded the County’s every expectation – quality, on-time, and within budget. Due to the tremendous success of the project, the design-build process is something the County will continue to use in the future, especially when expectations are high. It gives me great pleasure to personally say thank you for the on-going commitment that your team made to the project and to the citizens of James City County. Please convey my appreciation to each team member for a job well done. It is without hesitation that I would recommend your firm to anyone seeking a top-notch design-build team. I look forward to the next opportunity we have to work together. Sincerely,

Steven W. Hicks Development Manager

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Boys and Girls Club of York County and York River Academy Yorktown, Virginia This 24,000-square-foot facility, designed by Guernsey Tingle Architects and constructed by Henderson, Inc., both of Williamsburg, Va., is the first project of its kind in this region. This facility has allowed York River Academy to expand its daily classes and the Boys & Girls Club to utilize the space to host both after school and summer youth development programming. Constructed to York County School standards, the facility includes classrooms, designated space for teens, preparation and storage rooms, a state-of-the-art technology center, a full sized gymnasium, offices, conference room, and a performing arts area with a stage. The club has a full-time professional staff on hand for instruction as well as mentoring. The building utilizes a geothermal heat pump system, a technology which relies primarily on the Earth’s natural thermal energy, a renewable resource, to heat or cool the facility. Recognizing a common goal of more space designed with youth development as a focus, the Boys & Girls Club teamed up with the York County School Division to form a PPEA several years ago. Funds were raised from members of the community and several large sponsors, including Cox Communications and the York County School System, and the late Edwin Joseph donated land on Goosley Road next to Yorktown Middle School.

 

 

  Project   Information:     Architect:  Guernsey  Tingle  Architects     Engineer:    The  Technical  Services  Group     Final  Cost:  $4,000,000     Project  Manager:  Rob  Haven     Superintendent:  Skip  Aldrich     Project  Completion:  2010     Project  Type:  PPEA  design-­‐build    

Challenges:    

Existing  school  in  operation   during  construction  

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Constructed  to  York  County   School  standards  

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PPEA  /  Design-­‐Build  

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Two  owners:  York  County   Schools  (public)  and  Boys  and   Girls  Club  (private).  

 

     

Reference  Contact  Information:   Owner:  Boys  and  Girls  Club  of  the  Virginia   Peninsula   Contact:  Jonathan  Putt,  Vice  President  of   Operations   Address:  11825  Rock  Landing  Drive,   Chesapeake  Building,  Suite  B     Newport  News,  VA  23606     Phone:  757-­‐223-­‐7204   Email:  jputt@bagclub.com   “Henderson,   Inc.’s   early   involvement   enabled   us  to  make  intelligent  decisions  regarding  value   engineering   and   cost   savings.     During   the   project,   Henderson,   Inc.   followed   through   with   the   same   thoroughness   and   organization   as   their   original   proposal   with   meeting   notes   and   a   detailed,   easily   understandable   construction   schedule.    We  are  very  pleased  that  the  overall   project   was   completed   ahead   of   schedule.”   -­‐   Jonathan  Putt,  VP  of  Operations     7


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Grandy Village Learning Center Norfolk, Virginia Grandy Village Learning Center (GVLC) is a new, state-of-the-art multiuse facility on the Elizabeth River and has achieved United States Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® Gold Certification. The 15,000 SF sustainably designed Center offers an expansive community room overlooking the riverfront, art and science classrooms, offices, preparation/storage rooms, a maintenance/equipment facility, kitchen facilities, a wetlands pavilion, an observation pier with floating dock, and wetlands trail. Educational components of the facility include preschool classrooms used by Norfolk Public Schools and the STOP Organization’s Head Start Program, a wet classroom for school children to learn about river ecosystems, and an Aquatics Program with a canoe/kayak launch facility. The building utilizes a geothermal heat pump system, a technology which relies primarily on the Earth’s natural thermal energy, a renewable resource, to heat or cool the facility. Structural insulated panels were incorporated and will lower heating and cooling costs, as well as add four inches of expanded foam on exterior walls. These panels were made by encasing a core of rigid foam plastic insulation between two structural skins of oriented strand board. Double-glazed low-E windows, which reduce heat loss but admit solar gain, and low VOC paints were also incorporated. The parking lot included pervious concrete and the interior included exposed wood timber trusses and curved walls. Recycled materials were utilized during construction and 70 percent of all waste materials were recycled.

 

Project  Information:   Architect:  RRMM  Architects   Civil  Engineer:  VHB,  Inc.   Final  Cost:  $5,000,000   Project  Manager:  Ron  Houser   Superintendent:  Erich  Kadel   Project  Completion:  2010   Project  Type:  Design-­‐Bid-­‐Build  

Challenges:   •

LEED®  Gold  Certification  

Urban  residential  environment  

Mix-­‐use  education,  operation,   and  administrative  facility    

NRHA  Spotlight  Project.  

  Reference  Contact  Information:     Owner:  Norfolk  Redevelopment   Housing  Authority   Contact:  David  Heim,  Director  of   Capital  Fund     Address:  910  Ballentine  Boulevard,   Norfolk,  VA  23504     Phone:  757-­‐623-­‐1111   Email:  dheim@nrha.us   “Henderson’s   construction   management   staff   has   been   cooperative,   professional,   and   diligent   in   responding   to   our   comments.           The   project   is   on   schedule,   within   budget,   and   completely   compliant   with   all   contractual   obligations   at   this   time.     We   look   forward   to   completion   of   the   Center   in   May   and   would   welcome   the   opportunity   to   work   with   Henderson   Construction   on   future   projects.”   -­‐   Russell   Carlock,   AIA,  Senior  Architect,  NRHA     9


P R O J E C T   E X P E R I E N C E  

Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations Williamsburg, Virginia Williamsburg Landing is a premier continuing care retirement community located in Williamsburg, Virginia. Campus wide, they maintain 310 homes, townhomes and apartments and house approximately 500 residents. In this phased and fast-tracked project, Henderson demolished, remediated and renovated the entire Landing Building while residents and staff occupied the building. This Building is the hub of the community containing the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments. It is approximately 130,000 SF, with a three story-core and two two-story wings and is a concrete structure with a wood roof truss system. After demolition of the entire building, Henderson reinforced the structural integrity of the building by installing fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) on the tops and bottoms of the elevated slabs to increase their strength. The floors were floated to provide a level surface and new steel column collars installed. Henderson coordinated the extensive updates of the Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) systems. Some of the existing systems were replaced with some temporary systems in place during construction to minimize downtime in other areas not under construction. The kitchen and main dining room were demolished, remediated and built back, and replaced with new food service equipment. The Cove Café was renovated and expanded into an adjacent courtyard which added a new entrance, new buffet servery, new pick-up area for take-out dining, new kitchen prep and clean-up area, renovated event courtyard, bar/lounge, and four different dining rooms. The structure of the expansion is exterior steel studs with a brick veneer supporting light gauge steel roof trusses.

 

Project  Information:   Architect:  Guernsey  Tingle  Architects     Engineer:  PACE  Collaborative   Estimated  Cost:  $18,000,000   Project  Manager:  Brennan  Raab   Project  Superintendent:  Rich Warfield /

Matt Hipple  

Estimated  Completion:  2013   Project  Type:  CM  at  Risk  

Challenges:   •

Facility  remained  in  operation   throughout  renovation,   accelerated  schedule  

Noise  and  dust  control  

Senior  living  facility,  special   consideration  given  to  Life  Safety   Measures.  

Reference  Contact  Information:   Owner:  Williamsburg  Landing   Contact:  Steve  Montgomery   Title:  President  and  CEO   Address:  5700  Williamsburg  Landing  Drive   Williamsburg,  VA  23186   Phone:  757-­‐565-­‐6500   Email:  smontgomery@williamsburglanding.com   “Henderson,   Inc.   was   involved   early   in   Landing   Building  Renovation  project,  which  allowed  us  to   make   intelligent   decisions   regarding   design,   value   engineering   and   cost   savings.   They   assisted  us  identifying  over  3.0  million  dollars  in   savings   reducing   the   cost   of   the   project   about   10%.      During  the  project,  Henderson  is  following   through   with   the   same   thoroughness   and   organization   keeping   the   project   on   target,   ahead   of   schedule   and   focused   on   quality   construction.”   -­‐   Steve   Montgomery,   President   and  CEO,  Williamsburg  Landing  

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New Town Williamsburg James City County, Virginia New Town is a 365-acre mixed-use “New Urbanism” community in Williamsburg, VA. New Town combines residential, business, shopping, dining, and entertainment venues all in one central location. Henderson, Inc. has completed building, site, and utility work on multiple New Town projects using CM, designbuild and design-bid-build delivery methods, all with existing residences and businesses in use:

Project  Information:   Architect:  Various   Engineer:  AES  Consulting  Engineers  

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The Design Center at New Town o $2,200,000 Williamsburg Environmental Group o $3,000,000 GCR Building o $4,000,000 Newport Hospitality Building o $1,200,000 Bank of America Building o $2,000,000 First Advantage Federal Credit Union o $1,400,000

Additional projects, site and utility work brought the total for all New Town projects to $42,000,000.

Total  Project  Cost:  $42,000,000   Project  Manager:  Various   Superintendent:  Various   Project  Completion:  2003  -­‐  Present   Project  Type:  Site,  utility  and  construction   services  

Challenges:  

 

 

Over  1,000  occupied  residential  units  

Existing  facilities  in  operation  during   construction;  concerns  with  resident   safety,  site  security,  dust,  noise,  and   traffic.  

Reference  Contact  Information:  

  Owner:    New  Town  Associates    

 

Contact:  John  McCann   Address:  4801  Courthouse  Street,  Suite  128   Williamsburg,  VA  23188   Phone:  757-­‐565-­‐6200   Email:  jmccann@newtownwilliamsburg.com       13


RELEVANT EXPERIENCE WILLIAMSBURG STRYKER CENTER FEASIBILITY STUDY AND CONCEPTIONAL DESIGN Williamsburg, VA Worked with the City of Williamsburg to evaluate the current conditions of the 1960’s era building and present viable design options that keep budget constraints and future growth first and foremost. WILLIAMSBURG MUNICIPAL BUILDING ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS Williamsburg, VA This project included a 16,800 SF addition to an existing 22,800 SF municipal building, and the subsequent renovation of the existing building. The project was accomplished in phases that included the expansion of the existing parking lot, the construction of the new addition, and then the renovation of the existing building, one floor at a time. City offices remained operational within the building throughout the course of construction. The City of Williamsburg desired to set an example for the community and demonstrate leadership in sustainable design with the new facility. Therefore, the project is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification. HENRICO THEATER ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS Henrico County, VA Guernsey Tingle Architects and their team were selected to assist the County in renovating this 1938 Art Deco Movie Theater, a landmark on the National Register of Historic Places, for use as a new cultural arts facility. The existing 10,000 SF building with 782 seats was expanded to 17,455 SF, providing additional backstage, lobby, restroom, and reception areas. The facility incorporates new sound, lighting, and projection systems, while retaining and restoring the historic features that give the building its unique character.  Award, Virginia Recreation and Park Society, Best New Renovation/Addition  AIA Hampton Roads 2009 Award for Design Excellence in Preservation  Award of Excellence, Virginia Society AIA, Design Excellence in Historic Preservation, Henrico Theater Restoration and Renovation, Richmond, Virginia

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RELEVANTEXPERIENCE WILLIAMSBURG CITY HALL COMPLEX MASTER PLAN :LOOLDPVEXUJ9$ 

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RELEVANT EXPERIENCE WILLIAMSBURG TRANSPORTATION CENTER RENOVATIONS Williamsburg, VA Guernsey Tingle Architects and their project team produced a feasibility study to assist the City of Williamsburg obtain grants and funding to purchase and renovate the city train station. After obtaining funding, the 4,540 sf multi modal transportation facility was renovated and the site was reorganized to provide improved traffic flow.  First Honor Award, Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate, Best Renovated Project JAMES CITY COUNTY FIRE ADMINISTRATION & TRAINING BUILDING ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS James City County, VA The renovation of this 8,500 sf building includes the addition of a new 400 sf accessible restroom wing and a 325 sf office infill to meet the expansion needs of the Fire Administration over the next 10 years. The building has been designed to achieve LEED Silver.

WILLIAMSBURG LANDING ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS James City County, VA Henderson, Inc. and Guernsey Tinge Architects were selected to renovate the Landing Building on the Williamsburg Landing CCRC campus. The renovation includes complete remodeling of the 130,000 square foot building that was constructed in the early 1980’s. The project added a new casual dining café and bar to seat 120 persons. Guernsey Tingle Architects and Henderson, Inc. worked with the owner to carefully orchestrate a five-phase construction schedule which allowed the building to remain operational and open to residents throughout the construction period. Consulting Design Architect: THW Design, Atlanta, GA

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EXPERIENCE:   28  years  in   Construction   3  years  with   Henderson,  Inc.     CERTIFICATIONS:   DBIA  Accredited   Professional   S.A.M.E.  Member   U.S.  Army  Corps  CQM   Certified     EDUCATION:     B.S.  in  Building  Science   and  Management,   Clemson  University   M.B.A.,     California  Lutheran   University                

 James  M.  Neilson,  DBIA   Henderson,  Inc.   Project  Executive  

 

James M. Neilson’s responsibilities as Project Executive are: • Overall executive team leadership, coordination, and supervision of preconstruction services and current projects • Monitoring and directing the project management team throughout the project • Overseeing the scheduling, cost control and analysis, quality control, field supervision coordination, design coordination, and negotiating contracts • Working with the entire project management team to facilitate the submittal process, subcontract awards, punch list items, and the preparation of bid proposals. PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations $18 Million Project Executive on this phased and fasttracked project. Henderson remediated and renovated the entire Landing Building. This Building is the hub of the community containing the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments. It is approximately 130,000 SF, with a three story-core and two two-story wings and is a concrete structure with a wood roof truss system. USCG Rescue Swimmer Training Facility, Elizabeth City, North Carolina $22.8 Million Project Executive on this design-build project in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. This facility will train U.S. Coast Guard members to effectively perform search-and-rescue operations using infrastructure designed to simulate real-world rescue conditions, including high waves, heavy lightning, night conditions, and more. The RSTF was designed to meet the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) “Certified” level. Centennial Contractors Enterprises, Inc., Vice President / Senior Project Executive, Vienna, Virginia $425 Million Responsible for the management and overall financial performance of 14 multiyear IDIQ and Design-Build contracts involving over 12 military installations totaling an excess of $425 million for diverse clients including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force and Virginia Commonwealth University. Work involved office buildings, hospitals, laboratories, airfields, schools, residences and ports.

     

   

 

 

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Brennan  Raab,  DBIA   Henderson,  Inc.   Design-­‐Build  Team  Leader  /  Senior  Project  Manager  

 

 

EXPERIENCE:  

Brennan Raab’s responsibilities as Design-Build Team Leader / Senior Project Manager are: • Coordination of all team members • Scheduling, cost control and analysis, quality control, field supervision and coordination, and design coordination • Facilitate the submittal process, subcontract awards, and the preparation of bid proposals • Punch list • Client negotiations • Maintain the highest level of quality assurance.

14  years  in  Construction     1  year  with      Henderson,   Inc.     CERTIFICATIONS:   DBIA  Accredited  

Professional  

PROJECT EXPERIENCE:

ASHE  Certified               U.S.  Army  Corps  CQM   Certified     OSHA  30       First  Aid/CPR  Certified   EDUCATION:   Masters  of      Construction   Science      and   Management,     Clemson  University           Bachelor  of           Architecture  and           Bachelor  of  Arts  in       Architecture,   University  of  North   Carolina          

The Williamsburg Pottery, Williamsburg, Virginia $20 Million Project Manager on this design-build project that covers 19 acres and includes three separate buildings totaling 151,000 sq. ft. of retail and restaurant space. The Pottery is designed in a traditional European Market theme. Prominent features of the new Pottery include a unique silhouette with a clock tower, a courtyard with a stage for live music and performances, energy-efficient LED lighting and indoor and outdoor seating at the Café & Bakery and Deli. The Pottery remained in operation throughout demolition and most of construction. Hampton University Men’s & Women’s Dormitories, Hampton, Virginia $15 Million Project Manager for these masonry dormitory projects, one was 32,535 SF, 2-story, and 110-bed, and the other was 48,059 SF, 3-story, and 166-bed, for this private minority university.

     

The Colonnades in Ghent, Ghent, Virginia $4.5 Million Project Manager on the Colonnades in Ghent, a 3-story, 45,144 SF project completed in 2007, which included 24 luxury condominium units on two floors over a concrete podium with a secured parking garage. Project was a MEP Design-Build project, managed from concept drawings through Condominium unit sales. Project was completed on time and within budget.

         

 

Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations, Williamsburg, Virginia $18 Million Project Manager on this phased and fast-tracked project. Henderson remediated and renovated the entire Landing Building. This Building is the hub of the community containing the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments. It is approximately 130,000 SF, with a three story-core and two two-story wings and is a concrete structure with a wood roof truss system.

 

 

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EXPERIENCE:  

Al Davis’s responsibilities as Chief Estimator are: • Learning and understanding the project’s priorities • Communication with entire design development team • Develop and maintain progressive budget and estimate • Pre-construction • Constructability review • Develop and foster strong project teams • Value engineering • Project schedule development • Building and site related permitting.

19  years  in   Construction   13  years  with       Henderson,  Inc.   EDUCATION:   ASHE  Certified   Healthcare  Constructor   Dale  Carnegie   Leadership  Training  for   Managers          

Al  Davis   Henderson,  Inc.   Chief  Estimator  

PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Old Point National Bank Corporate Headquarters, Hampton, Virginia $12 Million Preconstruction Manager / Chief Estimator for Old Point National Bank’s new corporate headquarters. This will be a 54,200 square foot, six-story building with a corporate penthouse level retreat located in historic downtown Hampton at the corner of Queens Way and Wine Street. The building will be a combination of steel frame and architectural precast concrete. Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations, Williamsburg, Virginia $18 Million Preconstruction Manager / Chief Estimator on this phased and fast-tracked project. Henderson remediated and renovated the entire Landing Building. This Building is the hub of the community containing the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments. It is approximately 130,000 SF, with a three storycore and two two-story wings and is a concrete structure with a wood roof truss system.

           

The Pavilion at Williamsburg Place, Williamsburg, Virginia $8 Million Preconstruction Manager / Chief Estimator for The Pavilion at Williamsburg Place. It is a CM@Risk, one-story psychiatric hospital facility (approximately 29,000 square feet in size) to accommodate 40 beds (including acute care) with the possible future expansion to 80 beds. The building will also include food service and dining facilities, registration, administrative, clerical, and alumni services. The Pavilion is being constructed while the rest of Williamsburg Place is still in operation.

             

 

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Rich  Warfield,  LEED  AP   Henderson,  Inc.   Project  Superintendent  

 

 

EXPERIENCE:  

Rich Warfield’s responsibilities as Project Superintendent are: • Control job site safety at all times • Maintain the project schedule by coordinating manpower, materials, and equipment needs with the project team • Communicate with all stakeholders to include: the owner, owner’s representative, project manager, and all subcontractors • Manage and lead all subcontractors on the job site • Be aware of and work with project manager to control job costs during all phases of the project • Submit time of crew to payroll daily • Maintain the highest level of quality assurance.

9  years  in  Construction   3  years  with   Henderson,  Inc.     CERTIFICATIONS:   U.S.  Army  Corps  CQM   Certified   LEED  AP   OSHA  30                                         First  Aid/CPR  Certified          

PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations, Williamsburg, Virginia $18 Million Project Superintendent / Quality Control Manager on this phased and fast-tracked project. Henderson remediated and renovated the entire Landing Building. This Building is the hub of the community containing the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments. It is approximately 130,000 SF, with a three story-core and two two-story wings and is a concrete structure with a wood roof truss system. The Williamsburg Pottery, Williamsburg, Virginia $20 Million Project Superintendent on this design-build project that covers 19 acres and includes three separate buildings totaling 151,000 sq. ft. of retail and restaurant space. The Pottery is designed in a traditional European Market theme. Prominent features of the new Pottery include a unique silhouette with a clock tower, a courtyard with a stage for live music and performances, energy-efficient LED lighting and indoor and outdoor seating at the Café & Bakery and Deli. The Pottery remained in operation throughout demolition and most of construction.

             

Historic Washington Hilton Renovation, Washington, D.C. $35 Million Project Superintendent on the Historic Washington Hilton hotel renovation. Project included renovation of a restaurant with bar, a sports bar, partial kitchen and entrance renovations. This phased renovation was completed while the hotel continued to stay open to guests.

       

 

   

 

 

 

 

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Matt  Hipple     Henderson,  Inc.   Project    Superintendent  

 

 

EXPERIENCE:  

Matt Hipple’s responsibilities as project superintendent are: • Control job site safety at all times • Maintain the project schedule by coordinating manpower, materials, and equipment needs with the project team • Communicate with all stakeholders to include: the owner, owner’s representative, project manager, and all subcontractors • Manage and lead all subcontractors on the job site • Be aware of and work with project manager to control job costs during all phases of the project • Submit time of crew to payroll daily • Maintain the highest level of quality assurance.

28  years  in   Construction   3  years  with       Henderson,  Inc.     CERTIFICATIONS  /   COMMUNITY  SERVICE:   OSHA  40      

PROJECT EXPERIENCE:

Certified  Land  Disturber   First  Aid  /  CPR  Certified     Past  President  of  New   Kent  County  Chamber   of  Commerce   Salvation  Army   Advisory  Board   St.  Bede’s  Building   Council  Chairman  

Busch Gardens 2012 Attraction - Verbolten, Williamsburg, Virginia $13 Million Verbolten, Busch Garden’s thrilling new indoor/outdoor roller coaster, takes shape in the Oktoberfest section of the theme park. The ride will give guests the experience of a multi-sensory dash through the Black Forest that ends with a 88 foot plunge towards the Rhine River. This multi-launch coaster features environmental theme elements, sound and light effects, and high speed turns. In addition to providing general contracting services, Henderson, Inc. performed all associated site and utility work.

           

Busch Gardens 2011 Attraction – Mach Tower, Williamsburg, Virginia $3 Million Project Superintendent for the Mach Tower Ride project, which also includes Building 10, and the Pretzel & Beer Market. The Mach Tower is the highest ride in Busch Gardens at approximately 245 feet tall. The building contains a full commercial kitchen and indoor and outdoor seating. Henderson also constructed several small retail shops surrounding the Market. Henderson also performed all associated site and utility work.

                                                                       

   

Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations, Williamsburg, Virginia $18 Million Project Superintendent on this phased and fasttracked project. Henderson remediated and renovated the entire Landing Building. This Building is the hub of the community containing the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments. It is approximately 130,000 SF, with a three story-core and two two-story wings and is a concrete structure with a wood roof truss system.

 

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Nick  Jones   Henderson,  Inc.   Quality  Control  Manager  /  LEED  Coordinator  

 

 

EXPERIENCE:  

First  Aid/CPR  Certified              

Nick Jones’s responsibilities as Quality Control Manager / LEED Coordinator are: • Maintaining records relating to testing data, and applying statistical quality control procedures • Field construction quality control oversight • Develop quality control reports, post construction reports and detailed progress reporting • Assure that all materials, workmanship and construction are in full compliance with the contract plans and specifications, and all applicable building codes • Require that defective work or material be corrected or removed until made compliant • Submittal review and approval, including recommendations for variations, value engineering, and betterments. • Support and manage all LEED specified activities including documentation, tracking, coordination, etc.

 

PROJECT EXPERIENCE:

 

USCG Rescue Swimmer Training Facility, Elizabeth City, North Carolina $22.8 Million Quality Control Manager on this design-build project in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. This facility will train U.S. Coast Guard members to effectively perform search-andrescue operations using infrastructure designed to simulate real-world rescue conditions, including high waves, heavy lightning, night conditions, and more. The RSTF was designed to meet the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) “Certified” level.

5  years  in  Construction   5  years  with   Henderson,  Inc.   CERTIFICATIONS:   U.S.  Army  Corps  CQM   Certified   OSHA  30                                          

         

Grandy Village Learning Center, Norfolk, Virginia $4 Million Quality Control Manager for the Grandy Village Learning Center. Grandy Village Learning Center (GVLC) is a new state-of-the-art multi-use facility on the Elizabeth River and is expected to receive United States Green Building Council LEED® Gold Certification. The 15,000-square-foot sustainably designed Center offers an expansive community room overlooking the riverfront, educational spaces, a maintenance/equipment facility, a wetlands pavilion, an observation pier with floating dock, and a wetlands trail.

         

Kutztown University Marine Science Consortium Complex, Wallops Island, VA $8 Million Quality Control Manager for the Kutztown University Marine Science Consortium. Phase I consisted of the construction of a new 4,200-square-foot Maintenance Building and extensive site work for the entire campus to include site utilities and multiple building demolition. Phase II consisted of the construction of a new 23,800square-foot Pre-College Dormitory and related site work. Phase III consisted of the construction of a 23,000-square-foot, LEED® Certified laboratory classroom building and related site work. The campus was in operation throughout the duration of construction.

                                                                         

 

 

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Dave  Thompson   Henderson,  Inc.   Safety  Director    

EXPERIENCE:   24  years  in   Construction   12  years  with   Henderson,  Inc.     CERTIFICATIONS:   CSST  100  Hour  –   Construction  Site  Safety   Technician      OSHA  500      First  Aid/CPR  Certified     40  Hour  Hazwoper    –   Hazardous  Waste   Operations   Incident  Command   Trainer  –  Emergency   Response   NAVFAC  40  Hour  –   Naval  Facility  Safety   NCCER  Master  Safety   Trainer  –  National   Center  for  Construction   Education  and  Research   Certified  Trainer  –   Scaffolding,  Aerial  Work   Platforms,  Excavation   Competency,  Confined   Space  Competency      

PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Williamsburg Landing Building Renovations, Williamsburg, Virginia $18 Million As Safety Director for this phased and fast-tracked project, Mr. Thompson has developed an Interim Life Safety Plan to address the unique requirements of the facility. Henderson is remediating and renovating the entire Landing Building. This Building is the hub of the community and contains the main kitchen, two dining facilities, post office, bank, hairdresser, and library as well as 61 apartments and has remained occupied during construction. The Williamsburg Pottery, Williamsburg, Virginia $20 Million As Safety Director on the Williamsburg Pottery project, Mr. Thompson developed a project specific safety plan to address pedestrian, staff and contractor safety. This design-build project covered 19 acres and included three separate buildings totaling 161,000 SF of office, retail and restaurant space. The remaining Williamsburg Pottery remained in operation throughout construction.

                                                               

 

Dave Thompson’s responsibilities as Safety Director are: • Acts as a representative of Henderson, Inc. in any and all matters concerning safety. • Conducts jobsite safety inspections of all Henderson, Inc. projects and work sites. • Authority to stop work in situations that may be classified as immediately dangerous to life or health, or in situations that are grossly negligent. • Authority to enforce the company safety program. This includes any disciplinary actions that may be appropriate. • Assists in managing insurance claims and interacts with the insurance companies to keep losses cleared when appropriate. • Represents Henderson, Inc.’s interests with insurance companies to help build and maintain a strong relationship. • Responsible for compliance with all OSHA and VOSH record keeping requirements. • Responsible for designing, implementing, and tracking all necessary safety training for Henderson, Inc. employees. • Will be an ‘on staff’ safety consultant to assist with handling any safety issues that arise in the course of a project. • Responsible for the timely investigation of any incident that may result in injury or property damage on any project. Will report these findings in a timely manner to the project team, the President and any subcontractor that was involved. • Responsible for the creation, implementation, and updating of the Henderson, Inc safety program. • Responsible for managing the Drug Free Workplace program.

 

 

 

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THOMAS  G.  TINGLE,  AIA   ROLE ON PROJECT Principal In Charge EDUCATION Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bachelor of Architecture, cum laude, 1980 ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATIONS Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Delaware, Georgia PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects National Council of Architectural Registration Boards CIVIC & PUBLIC ASSOCIATIONS Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA Board of Directors Peninsula Council for Workforce Development Workforce Investment Board James City County Economic Development Authority, Past Chairman Historic Triangle Collaborative Regional Economic Diversity Task Force Newport News/Williamsburg Airport Air Service Funding Committee James River Commerce Center Architectural Review Board Chairman Virginians for High Speed Rail, Board of Directors, Co-Chair, Past President James City County Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, 2008

Mr. Tingle's thirty two years of experience have included responsibility for virtually all phases of architectural projects, from feasibility analysis and programming to specification writing and construction administration. Prior to his association with Guernsey Tingle Architects, he worked for other mid-size and large architectural/engineering firms in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. He has served as project manager for municipal, public safety, larger commercial, federal and multi-family residential projects throughout the MidAtlantic States. Mr. Tingle's work has been featured in various magazines: Billiards Digest, Commercial Building Edge, Custom Home, Inform, Virginia Record, Better Homes and Gardens' Home Plan Ideas, Mid-Atlantic Country and Metal Architecture. He has been featured in USA Today as well as other newspapers in Norfolk, Newport News, Williamsburg and Richmond, VA. His projects have also received numerous awards from the Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate and the American Institute of Architects. Select list of relevant experience: s Williamsburg Stryker Building Feasibility Study, Williamsburg, VA s Williamsburg Municipal Building Addition & Renovations, Williamsburg, VA s Williamsburg Fire Admin. & EOC Master plan, Williamsburg, VA s Williamsburg Transportation Center, Williamsburg, VA s James City County Fire Administration & Training Building, James City County, VA s Toano Fire Station, James City County, VA s Legacy Hall 2007, James City County, VA s Henrico Theater, Henrico County, VA s Virginia Beach Animal Care & Adoption Center, Virginia Beach, VA s HRSD North Shore Maintenance Facility, Newport News, VA s Fort Lee Dining Facilities, Fort Lee, VA s Fort Lee Company Operations Facility, Fort Lee, VA s Langley Federal Credit Union-Data Center/Emergency Operations Center Expansion, York County, VA s Quarterpath Recreation Center, Williamsburg, VA s Virginia Gazette Office Building, Williamsburg, VA s Chesapeake Bank - Operations Center, Kilmarnock, VA s Chesapeake Bank - Headquarters, Kilmarnock, VA s Chesapeake Bank - Lafayette Street, Williamsburg, VA s Pamplin Park Operations Center, Petersburg, VA

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KRISTIN  C.  BAUM,  AIA,  LEED  AP   ROLE ON PROJECT Project Manager / Design Architect EDUCATION Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 2001 Ranked First in Class ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATIONS Virginia PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects National Council of Architectural Registration Boards CIVIC & PUBLIC ASSOCIATIONS Williamsburg Young Emerging Professionals, Director of Professional Development Williamsburg Area Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, Scholarship Coordinator/Chairperson Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance, Leadership Historic Triangle

Ms. Baum has experience with numerous projects during her internship and licensure in the state of Virginia. She has managed multi-million dollar projects, including Williamsburg Municipal Center and Patriot’s Village Townhomes. She is currently leading the firm’s design efforts on the Williamsburg Stryker Center. Ms. Baum is focused on energy-conscious design, and achieved her LEED Accredited Professional Status in 2008. She has lead multiple projects reaching LEED. Select list of relevant experience: ♦ Williamsburg Stryker Center Feasibilty Study, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Williamsburg Municipal Building, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Williamsburg City Hall Study, Williamsburg, VA ♦ WRHA Triangle Building Alterations, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Williamsburg Place-Diamond Healthcare, James City County, VA ♦ Colonial Williamsburg Suntrust Building Conversion,

Williamsburg, VA

♦ James City County Fire Administration & Training Building, James City

County, VA

♦ Fort Lee Dining Facilities, Fort Lee, VA ♦ Fort Lee Company Operations Facility, Fort Lee, VA ♦ Chesapeake Bank - Operations Center, Kilmarnock, VA ♦ Chesapeake Bank - Headquarters, Kilmarnock, VA ♦ Chesapeake Bank - Lafayette Street, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Martin’s Fueling Station, James City County, VA ♦ HMP Properties Office Building, James City County, VA ♦ THAY, LLC Office /Retail Building, James City County, VA

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ANDREW  F.  CRONAN,  AIA,  LEED  AP   ROLE ON PROJECT Design Quality Control/Sustainable Design Coordinator EDUCATION University of Arizona College of Architecture, Bachelor of Architecture, 1976. Magna Cum Laude, Ranked First in Class, Henry Adams Fund Award Scholar, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATIONS Virginia PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects AWARDS VA Society of AIA, Design Excellence for the Preservation for the Henrico Theater Renovation & Addition 2010 AIA Hampton Roads Design-Honor Award– Design Excellence for Preservation for the Henrico Theater Renovation & Addition, 2009 HRACRE 1st Honor Award for Legacy Hall, James City County, VA 2007 HRACRE 1st Honor Award for the Williamsburg Transportation Center Renovation, Williamsburg, VA 2003 HRACRE Award of Merit for the Quarterpath Park Recreation Center 2003

Mr. Cronan’s thirty-three years of experience have included responsibility for all phases of practice, and have included a five year period of being principal of his own firm, as well as time as an associate and project manager in mid-sized architectural firms in Tidewater and Richmond, Virginia, and 14 years at Guernsey Tingle Architects. While he has been actively involved in a wide range of projects for the firm, he has specialized in projects of a technical nature, as well as in public safety, recreational, historic and renovation projects, and is currently working with recreational, institutional, religious and commercial clients on projects at various stages of development. Mr. Cronan obtained his LEED AP accreditation in July, 2008, and is responsible for sustainable design initiatives for Guernsey Tingle Architects. He was the chairman of the Finance Sub-Committee for James City County’s Green Building Roundtable, which was convened by the Board of Supervisors to develop a plan of action for James City County to improve the resource efficiency of public and private building stock in the County. Mr. Cronan is the LEED AP for five current projects. He is very skilled at working with clients to help them achieve their sustainability goals, and to help them realize the operational savings and health benefits that are a result of wellinformed and well-executed sustainable design practices. Select list of relevant experience: ♦ Williamsburg Municipal Building Addition and Renovations,

Williamsburg, VA

♦ Williamsburg Fire Administration & EOC Master Plan, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Williamsburg Transportation Center, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Christopher Newport University Gosnold Hall & Falk Gallery Renovation,

Newport News, VA

♦ Christopher Newport University Bookstore, Newport News, VA ♦ Christopher Newport University Board Room/Banquet Design, Newport

News, VA ♦ Quarterpath Recreation Center, Williamsburg, VA ♦ Legacy Hall 2007, James City County, VA ♦ James City County Fire Administration & Training Building, James City County, VA ♦ Henrico Theater, Henrico County, VA ♦ HRSD North Shore Maintenance Facility, Newport News, VA ♦ Fort Lee Company Operations Facility, Fort Lee, VA ♦ Pamplin Park Operations Center, Petersburg, VA ♦ Grove Christian Outreach Center, James City County, VA ♦ Christian Life Center, James City County, VA ♦ Williamsburg Transportation Center, Williamsburg, VA

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RICHARD  SMITH,  AIA,  IIDA   ROLE ON PROJECT Interior Designer EDUCATION Savannah College of Art & Design, Bachelor of Architecture, 1992, Savannah College of Art & Design, Master of Architecture, 1995 ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATIONS Virginia Georgia INTERIOR DESIGN REGISTRATIONS Virginia PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS International Interior Design Association (IIDA) American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) American Institute of Architects AWARDS American Society of Interior Designers Silver Award, 2002 Corporate Interior Design over 10,000 square feet

Mr. Smith’s experience obtained during his tenure in Georgia as both a senior designer and project architect have enabled him to maintain a broad base of knowledge useful in all aspects of the profession. He has been responsible for overall project management, programming, design, construction documents, consultant coordination, and construction administration with Guernsey Tingle Architects. During Mr. Smith’s 19 years of experience he has worked as both an architect and interior designer, on various types of projects including municipal, recreational, federal, corporate, hospitality, medical and senior living. At Guernsey Tingle Architects, Mr. Smith has focused his talents on projects that respond to the client’s and user’s needs, while creating a healthy, pleasing environment that works to achieve the multi-faceted goals of current market trends. Select list of relevant experience: ♦ Williamsburg Municipal Building Interior Design ( FF & E Contract),

Williamsburg, VA

♦ Military Support Emergency Communications Center, Eastern VA ♦ Fulcrum Corporate Headquarters & Hangar, Middle Peninsula, VA ♦ Company Operations Facility, Fort Lee, VA ♦ Dining Facility, Fort Lee, VA ♦ Chesapeake Bank Operations Center 2007 Expansion, Kilmarnock,

VA

♦ Williamsburg Pottery Interior Design, James City County, VA ♦ Boys & Girls Club / York River Academy, Yorktown, VA ♦ Virginia Beach Animal Shelter, Virginia Beach, VA

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W.  JAY  HOBBS   ROLE ON PROJECT Construction Administration EDUCATION Thomas Nelson Community College, Course Study in Drafting & Design, 19901992 Thomas Nelson Community College, Course Study in Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning, 1990-1992 Computer Aided Drafting Certification Program, New Horizons Technical Center—1994

During Mr. Hobbs 12 years of experience with Guernsey Tingle Architects, he has worked on institutional, commercial, and residential projects. Mr. Hobbs manages Construction Administration for the firm, working directly with the project manager and client providing construction schedule and quality updates and to ensure project continuity. He manages the submittal review process, and monitors the construction quality working directly with the general contractor, responses to requests for information, and participates in the design and construction progress meetings for the project. His leadership in the field has enabled the firm to efficiently work through design and construction concerns at the job site. Mr. Hobbs is an experienced CADD technician, designer and problem solver, and produces construction documents for a variety of building types. Relevant Experience:

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Associate Member of the American Institute of Architects

♦ Williamsburg Municipal Center, Williamsburg, VA

CIVIC & PUBLIC ASSOCIATIONS Volunteer, Greenwood Christian Academy

♦ Diamond Healthcare, The Pavilion at Williamsburg Place, James City

♦ James City County Fire Administration Building, James City County, VA ♦ Williamsburg Transportation Center, Williamsburg, VA

County, VA ♦ Williamsburg Landing Independent Living Building Renovation, James City County, VA ♦ HRSD-North Shore Maintenance Facility, Newport News, VA ♦ Casey Toyota Dealership, York County, VA ♦ Williamsburg Pottery, James City County, VA ♦ Military Support Emergency Communications Center, Eastern VA ♦ Stonehouse Laurel Grove Park Recreation Center, Toano, VA ♦ Hampton YMCA Renovations, Hampton, VA ♦ Colonial Crossings, York County, VA ♦ Thay LLC Mixed Use Office Building, James City County, VA ♦ York River Academy/ Boy’s & Girl’s Club, York County, VA ♦ Bennington on the Park Condominiums, New Town, Williamsburg, VA

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Subconsultants   Organiza%onal  Chart    

 

Project  Manager  /  Design   Architect   Kris%n  Baum,  AIA,  LEED  AP  

 

  Structural   Engineer   TAM   Consultants,   Inc.   Principal   Engineer   Tim  Mills,   P.E.,  LEED  AP   Senior   Project   Manager   Bill  Johnson,   Jr.,  P.E.   Senior   Engineer  /   Project   Manager   Tim  Jester,   P.E.  

   

Civil  Engineer   AES   Consul%ng   Engineers   Principal   Engineer   Richard   Costello,  P.E.   Senior   Project   Manager   Marc   BenneJ,  P.E.  

 

  PME  Engineer   Cherwa-­‐ Ewing   Engineering,   P.C.   Principal  in   Charge  

Robin  Ewing,   P.E.  

VP  /  Electrical   Eng.   Louis  Cherwa,   P.E.  

 

 

Acous7cal   Consultant   Miller,  Beam   &  Paganelli,   Inc.  

Ar7s7c   Design   Consultant   Kyra  Cook  

Principal   John   Paganelli,   CTS-­‐D,  INCE   Principal   Kevin  Miller  

Proj  Mgr  /   Mech  Eng  

Pasquale   DeMar%no,  P.E.  

Low  Voltage   Specialist   Stephen   Johnston  

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KEY SUBCONSULTANTS Civil Engineer

AES Consulting Engineers AES Consulting Engineers focuses on understanding and building communities in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. Our familiarity with developments and municipalities in these areas has established AES as a leading provider of civil engineering and land development services for 30 years. We are committed to providing services that achieve our clients' goals and enhance local communities. This is accomplished by consistently providing high-quality designs and well-informed consulting. AES provides general contractors, architects, developers, attorneys, real estate professionals, property owners, and others with land development consulting in civil engineering, land planning, surveying, landscape architecture, and municipal utilities design. We provide these services from offices located in Richmond, Williamsburg, Chesapeake, and Gloucester. AES leverages the experience of over 50 professionals including project managers, civil engineers, landscape architects, land surveyors, designers, field staff, accounting personnel, business development staff and marketing professionals. Structural Engineer

TAM Consultants, Inc. As a professional solutions firm, TAM Consultants offers extensive experience providing Structural Engineering and Design Solutions in a broad range of capacities and specialties. Our team includes Professional Engineers, Project Managers, Designers, EarthCraft and LEED AP Certified Consultants, providing solutions in Project Management, Property Inspections, Property Condition Assessments, Reserve Studies, Structural Design, Forensic Engineering Services for the Insurance Industry, Building Enclosure Consulting, Special Inspections, and Owner Agent Solutions for the building and construction environment for both commercial and residential properties. Plumbing, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer

Cherwa-Ewing Engineering, P.C. Cherwa-Ewing Engineering, P.C. is a woman-owned, small business, providing plumbing, mechanical, electrical engineering services to a diversified client base, in the private sector and for various Federal, State, and local government agencies, since its establishment in 1993. We have a staff of nine employees with an average tenure of 13 years each. We have extensive design/build, new construction, renovation and addition work in various types of facilities including federal, state and municipal projects.

 

 

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Acoustical, Vibration & Audiovisual System Design Consultants

Miller, Beam & Paganelli, Inc. Miller, Beam & Paganelli, Inc. is a small business located in Reston, Virginia, which has provided consulting services in the areas of acoustics, vibration, and audiovisual designs since 1990. Our office staff currently consists of the three firm principals – Kevin Miller, Martin Beam, and John Paganelli as well as (4) design consultants, (1) draftsperson, and (2) administrative personnel. We have experience with a broad range of projects including universities, recreation centers, training centers, conference centers, office buildings, apartments, environmental noise control, institutions, and fine arts centers. Within a specified timeframe, Miller, Beam & Paganelli, Inc. is committed to the development of acoustical and audiovisual designs that meet both the client's needs and budget. Knowledge in associated architectural, engineering, and construction fields facilitate the development of designs which are often integrated with other aspects of a project. Where appropriate, options are presented to allow architectural, engineering, or construction considerations and cost/performance evaluations to determine the most suitable design. Artistic Design Consultant

Kyra Cook The Henderson, Inc./Guernsey Tingle Architects design-build team has partnered with Kyra Cook, a local artist who will provide artistic design guidance in the multi-use space of the Stryker Building to accommodate flexibility for future art gallery exhibits and displays. Ms. Cook is currently employed by the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation as a program officer. She is very active in the Williamsburg community, serving multiple committees, including the Historic Triangle Jamestown 2007 Host Committee, Williamsburg Area Arts Commission and the WJCC PTA Council.

 

 

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Public Facilities Projects

E911 / Emergency Communications Center Gloucester County, Virginia AES provided surveying and engineering design services for the Gloucester E911 / Emergency Communications Center. This onestory facility features basement space for a total of 10,584 sq. ft. AES coordinated the layout of the .65-acre site and its 15-space parking lot with an existing jail building and a communications tower. Emergency Communications Center Building James City County, Virginia AES provided surveying and civil engineering services for the this 30,297 sq. ft. emergency communications center set on a 4.79-acre site. The site plan reworked an existing and smaller facility to include parking expansions, entrance improvements, drainage enhancements, an existing structure, and the expanded communications center. Fire Administration and Training Facility Conversion James City County, Virginia As part of an annual contract with James City County, AES provided surveying and site engineering for the conversion of this building from a Law Enforcement Center into the Fire Administration and Training Facility. AES designed improvements to this 5-acre site including new utility connection points, expanded parking, expanded drive aisles, drainage enhancements, and LEED related improvements. Williamsburg / James City County Courthouse James City County, Virginia AES provided surveying and civil site design services for the Williamsburg / James City Courthouse located across from New Town. The 11.19-acre AES site design features 7.28 acres of open green space, 281 parking spaces, and a 70,000 sq. ft. courthouse and municipal office facility. The site features an elevated entrance above Monticello Avenue as well as public courtyards and sitting areas behind the building. City of Williamsburg Municipal Building Expansion City of Williamsburg, Virginia AES provided surveying and civil site design for building and parking additions to the City of Williamsburg municipal building. The site design accommodates a 16,500 sq. ft. expansion to a 22,900 sq. ft. existing facility. The parking expansion provides the facility with an additional 27 parking spaces, for a total of 100. AES worked with the architect and the contractor to provide designs for geothermal heating and cooling systems as well as LID features to achieve a LEED certification for the new facility.

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Richard A. Costello, P.E. Richard A. Costello, P.E., President 5248 Olde Towne Road, Suite 1 Williamsburg, VA 23188 Office: (757) 253-0040 Fax: (757) 220-8994 richard.costello@aesva.com Qualifications Mr. Costello began his career in 1977 working for Malcolm Pirnie. He was part of the original group that founded AES Consulting Engineers (AES) in 1980. His civil engineering experience includes all project phases from conceptual design to government approval to construction administration. He has served on numerous advisory committees, the most notable being the James City County Water Task Force, the James City County Research and Technology Committee, and the Rural Lands Steering Committee. Mr. Costello’s production and supervisory experience includes civil engineering, structural engineering, and construction administration. His practical knowledge of building codes and the overall construction process provides clients with comprehensive design consulting solutions. Mr. Costello provided Quality Assurance/Quality Control for the fast-tracked Lightfoot Interceptor Force Main project, for which construction was completed in 60 days. Also, Mr. Costello was Project Manager for the North Trunk Interceptor Force Main - Section D and Longhill Road Interceptor Force Mains, which were HRSD projects. Each of these projects required various wetland permits, railroad permits, Special Use Permits and route studies. Mr. Costello has extensive experience coordinating and adhering to local and State regulations. During his tenure as president of AES, the firm has designed numerous sites for high-end mixeduse developments including New Town in James City County and Quantico Corporate Center in Stafford County. Under his leadership, AES has also provided significant engineering design and surveying services for large residential communities such as Colonial Heritage, Kingsmill on the James, Fords Colony and many others. Mr. Costello managed the latest redesign and redevelopment of the Williamsburg Pottery which will feature 140,000 sq. ft. of new retail space within a European Market style setting. Professional Registration Licensed Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Virginia (1982, #0402013250) Education Bachelors of Science, Civil Engineering, University of Delaware (1976) Featured Projects ♦ HRSD North Truck Interceptor Force Main, James City County, Virginia ♦ Waterline Design Project, Fredericksburg, Virginia ♦ Henrico Regional Jail, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ Hampton Roads Regional Jail, Southside, Virginia ♦ The Williamsburg Pottery, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ Yankee Candle Flagship Store, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ NNWW / Busch Gardens Raw Waterline Design, Williamsburg, Virginia ♦ Coast Guard Force Main, York County, Virginia

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V. Marc Bennett, P.E. V. Marc Bennett, P.E. Senior Project Manager 5248 Olde Towne Road, Suite 1 Williamsburg, VA 23188 Office: (757) 253-0040 Fax: (757) 220-8994 marc.bennett@aesva.com Qualifications Mr. Bennett began his tenure at AES Consulting Engineers (AES) in 1982, having 3 years of civil engineering experience at Buchart Horn (1979-1982). Commencing his career as a draftsman, he developed his interests and skills in civil engineering, supplementing his work experience with additional studies. Mr. Bennett’s focus over the years has centered on civil engineering solutions for both local government and private-sector clients. For annual contracts with James City County and the James City Service Authority, Mr. Bennett was chosen as the “point of contact” by these groups, to direct and manage projects assigned to AES. With the renewal to AES of the Williamsburg / James City County Annual School Consulting Services contract, Mr. Bennett is providing project management, leadership, civil engineering and plan review. Mr. Bennett’s experience in the design of these projects has made him a valuable resource from project inception to completion. Mr. Bennett also possesses extensive experience providing civil engineering and land planning services for private sector clients. His portfolio of private projects includes Parkside Resort, a timeshare development, Windsormeade of Williamsburg, a senior living community, and Noland Green, a multifamily conversion project. Professional Registration Licensed Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Virginia (1996, #0402042240) Education ♦ Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics, Christopher Newport University (1979) ♦ Supportive Studies; Thomas Nelson Community College ♦ Supportive Studies; Old Dominion University ♦ Supportive Studies; University of Virginia Featured Projects ♦ Governor’s Land at Two Rivers, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ WindsorMeade of Williamsburg, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ Nansemond Parkway Vacuum Sewer, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ HRSD Monticello Road 30-inch Force Main, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ Hornsby Middle & Blayton Elementary School Shared Site, Hampton Roads, Virginia ♦ Thomas Nelson Community College’s Historic Triangle Campus, Hampton Roads, Virginia

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DESIGNERS • STRUCTURAL & FORENSIC ENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERS

TIMOTHY ANDREW MILLS, P.E., LEED AP President, TAM Consultants Inc.

Registered Professional Engineer – Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina Licensed Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) Auditor Education Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute of New York Bachelors of Science Aerospace Engineering

1983

Professional Experience TAM Consultants, Design and Forensic Engineering Firm, Williamsburg, Virginia President

2002 - Current

McKinney & Company, Full Service A&E Firm, Ashland, Virginia Sr. Project Manager, Partner

1997 - 2002

DJG, Williamsburg, Full Service A&E Firm, Williamsburg, Virginia Engineer, Construction Administrator, Building Investigator, Lead and Asbestos Specialist, Commercial Roofing Specialist

1990 - 1997

DESIGNERS • STRUCTURAL & FORENSIC ENGINEERS • PROJECT MANAGERS

WILLIAM D. JOHNSON, JR., P.E.

Senior Project Manager, TAM Consultants Inc. Registered Professional Engineer – Virginia, Nevada, California, Pennsylvania With more than 40 years of experience as Project Manager and Principal Structural Engineer, Bill has accumulated expertise in designing and evaluating industrial, commercial and institutional building and structures, including design and construction of new structures and evaluation and renovation of existing buildings. He is trained in Value Engineering Analysis and participated on the VE review team for the Williamsburg-James City County Courthouse.

EDUCATION

Virginia Tech Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

EXPERIENCE IN SPECIAL INSPECTIONS Mr. Johnson has served as Special Inspections Engineer of Record on a number of projects and serves on the VBCOA Region 8 Special Inspections Task Force in Southeastern Virginia.

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TIMOTHY JESTER, P.E.

Senior Engineer / Project Manager Registered Professional Engineer – Virginia and New York Mr. Jester graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Polytechnic University of New York (formerly Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute) in 1989 and a Masters of Science from Lehigh University in 1992. Mr. Jester has 17 years of continuous experience in the design, inspection and testing of a variety of structures. Prior to joining TAM Consultants in March 2006, he served as discipline chief for bridge design at a significant structural design firm in New York City. His work in New York included extensive bridge design and inspection, support of construction for bridge projects, design and inspection of underground rail transit stations both for structural rehabilitation and for general renovation, design and inspection of surface rail facilities including structural rehabilitation and replacement of platforms, pedestrian bridges and other station appurtenances, building rehabilitation and code compliance for seismic design, and other structural and civil design and construction work.

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS AND EXPERIENCE WITH TAM CONSULTANTS Since joining TAM Consultants, Mr. Jester has worked on a variety of structural design projects ranging from residential forensic investigations to structural design, rehabilitation and remodeling of commercial structures. The following summaries provide general information about representative projects: •

Maintenance Building – York County Sports Complex; York County, Virginia Structural Engineer of Record for the design of maintenance garage and office building in new park complex.

Maintenance & Equipment Storage Facilities for the Landscape and Maintenance Departments; City of Williamsburg, Virginia Structural Engineer of record for the design of a new supplies & equipment storage facility located within the maintenance perimeter of the City of Williamsburg, behind the Municipal Building.

James City County Police Operations Center; James City County, Virginia Structural Engineer of record for the design of a new facility for the James City County Police Department on a 7.7 acre parcel at 4600 Opportunity Way, adjacent to Warhill High School and the future Historic Triangle campus of Thomas Nelson Community College. The facility includes three (3) buildings: 40,000 square ft., two-story police station building, 4,400 square ft. garage/parking facility, 500 square ft. hazmat storage shed

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Robin L. Ewing, P.E., President/Principal-in-Charge Ms. Ewing has twenty-nine years mechanical engineering/design experience in design/build, new construction, renovations, repairs, and additions to various facility types including Federal, State, and Municipal projects. Her broad realm of experience encompasses: HVAC Systems: LEED systems; VAV; geothermal; VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) systems; heat pumps; chilled water systems; hot water systems; primary-secondary pumping; variable flow pumping; enthalpy wheels; air to air energy recovery; high temperature hot water and steam systems. Controls: LEED systems compliance; DDC systems; energy management through demand control ventilation; occupancy sensors; and CO2 monitoring. Fuel: Electric; natural/propane gas; and solar. Plumbing: LEED systems selection; water conservation measures and waste systems; solar integration with HVAC waste heat rejection for domestic water heating and supplement; and pool water heating with HVAC rejected heat. Education: B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1987, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Professional Registrations: Professional Engineer, VA #19292 / Professional Engineer NC #19985 Relevant Projects: w w w w w w

Health and Human Services Building, Suffolk, VA Suffolk Professional Building, Suffolk, VA New North Suffolk Library, Suffolk, VA Large Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Virginia Beach, VA Public Defenders Office, Newport News, VA Administration Building, PRHA, Portsmouth, VA

Louis M. Cherwa, P.E., Vice President/Electrical Engineer Mr. Cherwa has thirty-nine years electrical engineering/design experience in design/build, new construction, renovations, repairs, and additions to various facility types including Federal, State, and Municipal projects. His realm of experience includes numerous tasks for: interior/exterior lighting; power; communications/data systems; security systems; fire protection; and exterior utility systems. Education: B.S. Electrical Engineering, 1974, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Professional Registrations: Professional Engineer, VA #10275 / Professional Engineer NC #19077 Relevant Projects: w Health and Human Services Building, Suffolk, VA w Suffolk Professional Building, Suffolk, VA w New North Suffolk Library, Suffolk, VA w Large Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Virginia Beach, VA w Public Defenders Office, Newport News, VA w Administration Building, PRHA, Portsmouth, VA

Cherwa-Ewing Engineering, P.C. Mechanical - Electrical Engineers

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Pasquale DeMartino, P.E., Project Manager/Mechanical Engineer Mr. DeMartino has thirty years mechanical engineering/design experience in design/build, new construction, renovations, repairs, and additions to various facility types including Federal, State, and Municipal projects. Her broad realm of experience encompasses: HVAC Systems: LEED systems; VAV; geothermal; VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) systems; heat pumps; chilled water systems; hot water systems; primary-secondary pumping; variable flow pumping; enthalpy wheels; air to air energy recovery; high temperature hot water and steam systems. Controls: LEED systems compliance; DDC systems; energy management through demand control ventilation; occupancy sensors; and CO2 monitoring. Fuel: Electric; natural/propane gas; and solar. Plumbing: LEED systems selection; water conservation measures and waste systems; solar integration with HVAC waste heat rejection for domestic water heating and supplement; and pool water heating with HVAC rejected heat. Education: B.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology, 1981, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Professional Registrations: Professional Engineer, VA #38721 Relevant Projects: w w w w w w

Health and Human Services Building, Suffolk, VA Suffolk Professional Building, Suffolk, VA New North Suffolk Library, Suffolk, VA Large Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Virginia Beach, VA Public Defenders Office, Newport News, VA Administration Building, PRHA, Portsmouth, VA

Stephen A. Johnston, Registered Communication Distribution Designer (RCDD) Mr. Johnston is a certified RCDD, having demonstrated knowledge in design, implementation and integration of information technology systems and related infrastructure (telephone, data, network systems). Mr. Johnston has 20 years electrical design experience in design/build, new construction, renovations, repairs, and additions to various facility types including Federal, State, and Municipal projects. His realm of experience includes numerous tasks for: interior/exterior lighting; power; communications/data systems; security systems; fire protection; and exterior utility systems. Professional Registrations: BISCI RCDD Relevant Projects: w w w w w w

Health and Human Services Building, Suffolk, VA Suffolk Professional Building, Suffolk, VA New North Suffolk Library, Suffolk, VA Large Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Virginia Beach, VA Public Defenders Office, Newport News, VA Administration Building, PRHA, Portsmouth, VA

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KEVIN C. MILLER, President Education: University of Maryland, Physics Professional Experience: Over 35 years of professional consulting experience in the following: Architectural Acoustics - Design of new, existing, and historic facilities including religious facilities, multipurpose auditoriums, fine arts centers, conference centers, office buildings, studios, and classrooms. Design of partitions including walls, floors, doors, and windows for acoustical isolation. Conduct noise reduction tests of building partitions and measurement of interior room acoustics. Measurement of and development of noise reduction options to address construction noise during building renovations and/or additions. Custom designs to accommodate historic preservation issues. Audiovisual Systems - Audiovisual system designs for sound reinforcement, recording, video, and projection systems. Design audio and video conferencing systems and custom video presentation systems. Mechanical Equipment Noise and Vibration - Measurement, analysis, and control of building mechanical equipment noise and vibration in corrective and new design applications. Design of ducts, partitions, silencers, and enclosures. Assist manufacturers in development of quiet HVAC equipment and custom silencing systems. Assess impact of mechanical systems on surrounding community and where necessary, develop noise mitigation designs.

JOHN PAGANELLI, CTS-D, INCE Principal Education: Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science and Mechanics Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1991

 

   

   

Professional Experience: Audiovisual System Design - Design of audiovisual systems for conference rooms, auditoria, classrooms, churches, theaters, arenas, gymnasiums, and specialty areas. Design experience ranges from simple voice reinforcement systems costing less than $5,000 to state of the art multimedia systems costing more than $1,000,000. Responsibilities on a typical project include meeting with the client to determine basic system concepts and budget, coordination of architectural and electrical requirements with design team members, preparation of technical specifications and CAD drawings, review of contractor submittals, and construction consultation including field inspections and final system acceptance testing. Architectural Acoustics - Measurement and analysis of room reverberation and mechanical system noise. Partition performance testing in accordance with ANSI/ASTM standards. Field Testing - Measurement and analysis of noise and vibration from various sources including: trains, aircraft, highways, firearms, and building construction. Computer Aided Design - Computer modeling of sound systems using EASE. CAD drafting of audiovisual system schematics and acoustical design details using AutoCAD.

 

 

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Resume Kyra A. Cook 315 Penniman Road, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185 Education § Bachelor of Arts – History – College of William and Mary, 1992 Employment Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, Williamsburg, VA 2011 – present Program officer: § Research, review, analyze and monitor grant proposed and awarded grants § Organize, manage and facilitate special projects including focus groups, task forces and collaboratives to address specific health needs in the community § Work as a member of a multidisciplinary team to carry out the work of the Foundation Kyra A. Cook Pottery & Tile Works, Williamsburg, VA 1994– 2011 As owner, I managed the sole proprietorship including pottery production, professional education and exhibit management. Selected achievements: § Founded the “Aesthetica” art show series § Planned and implemented sales opportunities including open studio receptions, collaboration with other artists, partnering with galleries, craft shows § Developed ongoing program with James City County to teach public pottery classes at the James City/Williamsburg Regional Recreation Center § Networked to locate, select and recruit high quality artists to exhibit in four separate Aesthetica shows § Enlisted the help of over 40 local businesses and the City of Williamsburg to sponsor the Aesthetica shows Current Civic & Community Associations § Member, Williamsburg Regional Library Board of Trustees, 2012 - present § Member, Arts District Core Group, 2010 - 2012 § Member, College of William and Mary Strategic Planning Subcommittee (Communications), 2008 - present § Member, Regional Issues Committee, 2008 – present

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Qualifications  and  Experience  

Management Approach A construction company is only as good as its people and our “team members” are a group of dedicated professionals that recognize that their commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction is the foundation of our success. We have created an environment at Henderson, Inc. that encourages creative team membership through our continuous training, quality control and high recruiting standards. We have made a strong commitment to the concept of Partnering as the cornerstone of our business philosophy. We talk about partnering throughout our organization, and we try to communicate our dedication to this concept with our partners in business. Whether through design-assist, preconstruction, or team build projects, Henderson, Inc. stands firmly behind the partnering process. Henderson has worked with Guernsey Tingle Architects for over 20 years and our firms have worked on over 100 projects together. Our organization, by means of proper planning, coordination and workmanship, strives to satisfy and exceed our customers’ expectations by delivering superior Quality projects. Our participation in and concern for our workers’ Safety stems from our commitment to existing federal and state regulations as well as our personal commitment to our employees and their families. For 55 years, Henderson, Inc. and its dedicated professional personnel have upheld our core beliefs of relationships, integrity, our people, quality and leadership. It is this unique commitment to these values to which our organization remains fully dedicated and our customer base has come to expect. Roles and Responsibilities The proposed team developed for the Stryker Center project has been created based on our knowledge of the design-build process, our experience in the management and construction of design-build projects, successfully completed demolition and new construction, a proven track record of cost control, a proven track record of safety, and an overall commitment to quality projects. Leadership Henderson, Inc. believes that leadership is critical at all levels of management and not just at the executive level. We have selected members of our team who have exhibited strong leadership at their levels of responsibility on past projects. Our team members have not only successfully managed projects which include all of the elements involved in the proposed project, but possess the creativity and leadership skills to deal with the unique conditions of the Stryker Center. Administration Our team will provide all services for this project including communications, constructability reviews, accounting, information management, estimating, scheduling, safety, clerical, dispute resolution, and record documentation. Project Initiation Upon selection, we propose to schedule an executive-level session to set initial goals and define the partnering process. This session will include appropriate representatives of the City of Williamsburg, the Guernsey Tingle Design Professionals, the Henderson Construction team, and other contractors/agencies as deemed appropriate. This session will be used to establish the process for assembling the project team, setting the project schedule milestones, developing the basic budget control logic, and reviewing the project program and design development.

 

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Subsequent to this session and the receipt of feedback from the other team members, our project team will proceed with the formalization of the work plan including: • • • • • •

Design Information Management System Project Design Review Schedule Development Safety Program Development Accounting System Implementation Weekly Meeting Schedule and Agenda Design

• • • • •

Site Evaluation Fast Track Plan Budget Control Development Communication Plan Site Utilization Plan Process.

Project Requirements Henderson, Inc. will work with the design team to furnish a facility which provides optimal operational efficiency. As design proceeds, our team will continually review and evaluate all materials, equipment, design concepts, design details and spatial layouts to assure that the final design addresses all current and anticipated operational needs for the expected life of the facility. Included in our review process will be: • •

Minimal Maintenance Durable/Environmentally Sound Construction Materials

Extended Useful Life for Equipment

Efficient Building Layouts For: o o o o o

Traffic Safety Climate Control Security Energy Utilization.

Services Statement In addition to providing design-build services, it is understood that Henderson, Inc. will provide services dealing with quality and warranty issues up to two years beyond substantial completion. Henderson, Inc. has the staff and equipment available to successfully complete this project and we are committed to completing this project on schedule and within budget. Our proposed staff for the Stryker Center is committed to the projects successful completion. The project team at NTP will remain the same throughout the life of the project to establish continuity from project initiation to completion. Please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information” for additional information regarding management approach.

 

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Schedule Henderson, Inc. will develop the project schedule for the Stryker Center through a combination of both in-house scheduling developed by the assigned Project Manager and the expertise of Guernsey Tingle Architects. We will be using Microsoft Office scheduling software throughout the project with weekly updates and short interval schedules. Scheduling Capabilities Henderson, Inc.’s Project Managers annually complete Microsoft Project software training. Project schedules are developed by Henderson, Inc. for each project and reviewed by Guernsey Tingle Architects to ensure accuracy. Please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information” for additional information regarding schedule.

 

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Quality Assurance / Quality Control Program The Henderson Quality Assurance / Quality Control (QA/QC) Plan is the result of a proven process which commences at the Notice of Award. Quality is first established in the design and development of the plans and specifications by defining standards, inspections, reporting procedures, and submittal requirements. The process continues through the construction phase to final inspections, acceptance and the warranty period. Please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information” for additional information regarding quality assurance / quality control.

 

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Safety Our approach for anticipating, recognizing and controlling safety risks on the job site is simple: identify potential safety hazards and develop a plan to combat those risks. Before projects begin, at our project initiation meeting, together with representatives from the City of Williamsburg, the Guernsey Tingle design team, and Henderson, Inc., we will analyze the site and work to be performed and identify potential safety risks. The team will then develop our Site Specific Safety, Security and Health Plan and establish the safety goals / standards, assessment measures, and improvement process. Please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information” for additional information regarding safety.

 

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Provide the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of persons within the firm or consortium of firms who may be contacted for further information. Contractor Henderson, Inc. Leslie H. Schultz, LEED AP, Vice President 5806 Mooretown Road Williamsburg, VA 23188 (757) 565-1090 leslie@hendersoninc.com Architect of Record Guernsey Tingle Architects Tom Tingle, AIA, President 4350 New Town Avenue, Suite 101 Williamsburg, VA 23188 (757) 220-0220 tomt@guernseytingle.com

1d.

Provide a current of most recently audited financial statement of the firm or firms and each partner with an equity interest of twenty percent or greater. For our response to 1d, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

1e.

Identify any persons known to the proposer who would be obligated to disqualify themselves from participation in any transaction arising from or in connection to the project pursuant to the Virginia State and Local Government Conflict of Interest Act, Chapter 31 (§ 2.2-3100 et seq.) of Title 2.2. The Henderson, Inc./Guernsey Tingle Architects has partnered with Kyra Cook, a local artist, to provide artistic design consulting in the multi-use space of the Stryker Center. Ms. Cook currently serves on the Williamsburg Regional Library Board of Trustees. The team is not aware of anyone else on our team who may be obligated to disqualify themselves from participation in any transaction arising from or in connection to the project pursuant to the Virginia State and local government Conflict of Interest Act.

1f.

Evidence of insurance and bonding ability. For our response to 1f, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

 

 

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Section 2: Project Characteristics


Project  Characteristics  

2. Project Characteristics   2a.

Provide a description of the project, including the conceptual design. Describe the proposed project in sufficient detail so that the type and intent of the project, the location, and the communities that may be affected are clearly identified. The proposed Stryker Center combines the functions of the current Stryker Building with provision for administrative and meeting spaces for the Library. It is designed to meet the City’s governmental needs, and to satisfy a need for civic and community meeting spaces and expanded access to the digital and cultural services of the Library. The goal of this partnership between the City of Williamsburg and the Williamsburg Regional Library is a facility where the citizens can interact easily with the local government and with one another. SITE DESIGN •

Building Location & General Site Development

The City’s Municipal Center includes the City’s major governmental functions and public buildings, and covers a 25-acre area, including the area centered on City Square on North Boundary Street. This tree-lined green serves as the area’s centerpiece and defining element, and unifies the varied architectural styles of the surrounding buildings. Surrounding City Square are the Library, the current Stryker Building, the Community Building, and the Parking Terrace, flanked by the Chamber of Commerce Building and an office building. The development of the City Square area has long been the focus of planning efforts by the City of Williamsburg. The new Stryker Center has been designed to front onto this City Square to the south, with the main entrance aligned on axis with the Library’s main entry across the square. The building has been sited at the south end of the site to conserve as much of the site as possible at the corner of Boundary Street and Lafayette Street for possible future expansion, and to avoid an existing stormwater line at the northwest portion of the site. By pulling the building up close to the street and to City square, the urban street edge will be reinforced, as will the outdoor space that is City Square, while at the same time providing drop off and short term parking adjacent to the front door. The building’s two-story main form provides a strong presence from the corner, and its scale reflects those of the neighboring buildings across North Boundary Street. To the west, the building will extend to the existing parking lot, making access easy from that side, including handicapped parking and an associated building access ramp leading to the front door. During construction, the drive in front of the building to the south and the parking area to the west of the building will be closed to provide construction access, storage and laydown area, and to accommodate the installation of an underground stormwater management system. Construction fencing will restrict access to the site, but will be carefully configured to maximize the remaining parking, retain traffic flow in and out of the parking lot, and minimize damage to the parking lot.

 

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Public Utilities

The current domestic water and domestic sewer services are adequate for the new building and therefore, the existing infrastructure will be used. A new fire sprinkler service line will be run approximately 200’ across the existing parking lot to feed the building’s sprinkler system, and a new fire hydrant will be installed at the parking lot island. •

Storm Sewer and Stormwater Management

The existing parking lot’s drainage system is sufficient for the planned construction. Roof drainage will be collected by storm lines at the building perimeter connected to roof drains and downspouts, which will be tied into the stormwater management system. The new building increases the impervious development area by 0.25 acre. An underground storage system below the existing parking lot will control stormwater flows from the site. However, flow quantities from the current Stryker Building and parking lot (an additional 0.85 acre) can also be captured by increasing the planned underground storage capacity. This will benefit the City by reducing stormwater flows during large storm events that have previously caused significant flooding of other adjacent areas and buildings. The location of the underground stormwater collection conserves as much of the site as possible at the corner of Boundary Street and Lafayette Street for possible future expansion. This underground best management practice (BMP) feature offsets the requirement to pay fees towards a regional BMP. •

Grading

As the existing curb lines and sidewalks that constitute the site boundaries will generally not be modified, required grading will be minimal. The building needs to be elevated in order to properly relate to the neighboring buildings. However, in order to minimize the ramp runs and stair risers from the south and west parking areas, it will only be raised approximately 12 inches above grade. Removal of the existing Stryker Building will be followed by placement of controlled fill within its footprint. For the remainder of the site around the existing building, the design-build team will manage the removal and replacement of the significant unsuitable soils that will need to be replaced to provide proper support for new construction. •

Landscape and Hardscape

Site hardscape finishes will be consistent with surrounding construction so as to preserve a unified appearance. Examples include brick sidewalks and modifications to the crosswalk connecting across City Square to the library entry. Street trees will be planted to reinforce the street edge running along Boundary Street, and extending into the City Square. The perimeter of the building will be landscaped as well, and all sidewalks on the site will be brick pavers. In keeping with the layout at the Library, heavy-duty brick pavers will be used at crosswalks and parallel parking spaces. Ground mounted lighting will be installed to provide soft lighting at the flagpoles at the building entrance.

 

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND ENVIRONMENT The existing Stryker Building, originally built in 1968 and renovated in 1989 to include the City Council Chambers, is well beyond its usable life. This building will be demolished and replaced with the new Stryker Center. The new building will be sited so that the main entrance fronts onto City Square and is aligned on axis with the main entrance to the Williamsburg Regional Library. The traditionally-oriented brick-clad design, with its cupola element, is reminiscent of public buildings throughout Virginia, and the colonnade wrapping three sides of the building provides inviting exterior spaces for public gathering. The traditional building forms are blended with modern materials like storefront entrance glazing and standing seam metal roofing to relate to the more contemporary neighboring Library and Community Building, while providing more durable performance than is possible with traditional materials. Careful attention has been paid to provide a high performance building envelope that will provide excellent thermal performance for comfort and to minimize operating costs. The building will be designed to achieve LEED Certification. The building will also be fully sprinkled. As this building is primarily for public use, a clear organization of the building spaces is critical for ease of use. Entrances to the building are clearly evident, and marked by pedimented forms. The public access faces onto City Square, while the two auxiliary public doors located on the east and west sides can be unlocked to allow easier public access from parking when appropriate, or left locked during off-hours to maintain building security. The key program requirements that have been incorporated into the building include the City Council chambers, public meeting rooms, gallery/gathering space, and space for Library Services administration. •

Gallery/Gathering Space

In addition to serving as a grand entrance to the building and as a gathering space for public meetings, the Stryker Center gallery space will serve other important functions. The space has the capacity to add vibrancy to City Square through arts and culture, building on the City’s brand as a hub for such activity. Receptions will be held in the space, and therefore, the customdesigned display panels that are provided to showcase art will be designed to be moveable in order to open up the space for public functions. Seating areas have been provided at the perimeter of the space to facilitate more intimate impromptu gatherings during the week, and before and after meetings. The selection and design of seating and other furnishings in this area will be conducted by the design team and provided by the Owner. Stained, rift-sawn oak soffit wainscoting, upper wall paneling and trim throughout the space help to define this formal gathering space. The Library Services counter opens into the center of the Gallery/Gathering Space, where it will serve as reception desk for the entire building, easily visible and accessible to the public immediately upon entering the building. On an ongoing basis the Williamsburg Regional Library could easily program traveling exhibits it currently has to forgo due to lack of appropriate

 

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space. Institutions that regularly offer such exhibits include the Library of Virginia, Virginia Historical Society, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Virginia Museum of Natural History, Virginia Living Museum, Virginia Air & Space Center, and the Virginia Tourism Corporation. Such exhibits are high-quality, engaging, and lend themselves to additional topical programming the library would host in the Stryker Center’s meeting rooms. Council Chambers will be accessed by passing straight through the Gallery/Gathering Space, while the Large and Small Meeting rooms and Council Work Room have also been located immediately off of this area for ease of access. The catering kitchen and restrooms are centrally located to serve all of the main spaces, providing easy access, yet they are concealed from immediate sight when in the Gallery/Gathering Space. A large adjacent closet will provide storage space for City memorabilia when not on display, and nearby janitorial support space will facilitate easy maintenance of this and other public areas. •

Library Services

The Library Services suite includes four offices, three of which include additional space to accommodate a small table and chairs to allow smaller meetings to take place within the office. For larger meetings, the Small Meeting Room is located adjacent to the suite, with a door to the Gallery to allow it to double as a small public meeting room. Administrative Services provides backup assistance to the Library Services counter. Therefore, visibility is achieved through glazing onto the Gallery and a doorway into the Library Services counter. The centrally located copy and workroom allows after-hours access to Library Services, while still facilitating locking off of the office suite. The selection and design of all furnishings in the Library Services suite will be conducted by the design team and provided by the Owner. •

City Council Chambers

The City Council Chambers will seat approximately 100 people, with dedicated seating for staff and press, and standing room at the perimeter of the room for overflow attendance and the press. The School Board, Planning Commission and other City boards and commissions will also use the room, and the Library may also use it for performances and special events, so it has been designed to be a multi-purpose public space. Stained, rift-sawn oak soffit wainscoting, upper wall paneling and trim throughout the space help define a more formal community gathering space. Fixed seating is included for audience members, as well, while all other furnishings will be conducted by the design team and provided by the Owner. The radial configuration of the dais allows Council to easily interact with one another, and openings allow Council members to easily interact with the public in the center of the space for special presentations and dedications. Five central seats for Council members and adjacent seating on the dais for the City Manager, City Attorney, and Clerk of Council, as well as an extra seat, will easily accommodate the seven members of the Planning Commission and key Planning Department staff when it is used for such purposes. Fixed seating is also arranged in a radius to bring the public closer to Council, with a sloped floor to enhance acoustics and visibility.

 

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Acoustical design measures include careful material selection and an acoustic vestibule at all entrances to the space, and are further enumerated in the Building Performance section below. Video screens will also be provided in the pre-function/reception area for remote viewing, and so the public can determine the progress of meetings that are in session. The control booth/production studio behind the dais allows remote monitoring of meetings and events in the chamber space with immediate access to the dais if necessary. Audio systems will also be provided to accommodate hearing-impaired audience members. Adjacent to the Council Chamber, the City Council work session room is configured to allow Council a direct entrance onto the dais. This room will accommodate conference seating, in addition to approximately 25 seats for the public to observe and attend work sessions as well as the regular Architectural Review Board meetings. Like the Council Chamber, this room will be permanently wired and lighted to accommodate video production and live streaming of video from meetings. The selection and design of all furniture will be conducted by the design team and provided by the Owner. •

Public Meeting Rooms

Public meeting rooms will also be programmed with Library functions such as educational and arts programming, video production and origination, film screening, and diverse community meetings and activities. Each room will be audio-visual technology compatible, with the ability to broadcast or record meetings, but permanent broadcast lighting will be specifically provided in the Council Chambers and Council Work Room. To further address public needs for more meeting room space, the Council workroom will also be available to be used for other purposes when it is not needed for official government functions. The Large Conference Room has been located off of the Gallery/Gathering Space to allow overflow or additional gathering space when events are taking place in the Gallery, and it will have access to outdoor space on the Portico when weather and events call for it. Storage space for tables and chairs has been provided at each room to maximize the flexible use of the spaces. Stained, rift-sawn oak wainscoting and trim throughout the Large Conference Room space helps define a more formal community gathering space, while the other meeting rooms will have stained rift-sawn oak base. The selection and design of all furnishings will be conducted by the design team and provided by the Owner. MAINTENANCE AND DURABILITY As a building designed primarily for public meeting space, it is important that the financial commitment by the community required to build this project results in a building that is both flexible to accommodate the wide variety of potential uses, while being a durable and easily maintainable place for citizens to gather for years to come. One of the keys to a building continuing to remain in good condition is providing proper building security. Since the Council Chambers and some of the meeting rooms will not be used every day, it is critical that the Library Services counter attendant can easily maintain control of the building by acting as the building’s “gatekeeper.” By providing glazing between the office suite and the Gallery/Gathering Space, and by locating the Library Services Counter centrally in this space, it will allow the visual control needed to maintain this security. The meeting rooms and Council

 

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Chambers will also be locked when not in use, and will only be accessible by checking in with Library Services personnel. The entire building is laid out such that portions can be closed off when not in use. The two side entry/exit doors will normally operate in an “exit only mode,��� and the public will be directed to use the main entrance. The Library Services suite and other building areas will have swipe card entrance systems that control entrance after office hours, and allow flexibility and ease of security management. Material selection is also key to ease of maintenance and durability over time for a public building. We have incorporated durable materials such as porcelain tile flooring in the Gallery, with unitary resilient flooring and carpet tiles in other public spaces to allow ease of replacement/repair when damage occurs, in order to maintain the building appearance. Wood panel wainscoting has been selected not only for aesthetic reasons, but also to provide additional wall protection in high-traffic areas such as the Council Chambers, Large Meeting Room, and Gallery. Designed with open, easily accessible spaces and durable surfaces, the building design eliminates problem areas encountered in the day-to-day maintenance of a building that will have such a public use. Furniture at the Gallery/Gathering space will be durable yet comfortable, as this area will be used as a waiting area for the Council Chambers when council is in session. The seating and tables for all of the meeting rooms will be such that they can be used interchangeably and can be easily and conveniently set up and taken down, in order to meet changing needs in each of the meeting rooms. BUILDING PERFORMANCE & SUSTAINABILITY The building will be designed with a high performance building envelope that will include a continuous air barrier and use of continuous insulation systems to minimize thermal short circuits. Windows will be thermally broken and utilize high performance glazing. HVAC systems will be by Trane to comply with City standards, and will be designed to provide complete flexibility in building use, so that individual spaces can be conditioned when they are used, and the systems will provide control of humidity issues that often plague gathering spaces for large numbers of people. The systems will be controlled with a Trane Tracer DDC control system that matches and ties into the City’s existing central Trane Tracer DDC system. The building will be designed to achieve, at a minimum, LEED Certification, and will include Enhanced Commissioning to assure that building systems perform as intended. Other key design requirements will be the minimization of water and energy use, and the achievement of optimal indoor air quality. Additional information about LEED and a LEED Checklist outlining our proposed strategy are included below. Broadcast level lighting will be provided in the Council Chamber and the Council Work Room. Lighting throughout the major building meeting spaces will be controlled by a master relay cabinet, with full dimming control in these spaces, and a simple control interface to permit ease of use by the public. Special lighting will be incorporated in the Gallery/Gathering space to provide flexible/directed lighting to properly light displays of artwork, and accent lighting will be provided on wall areas of public spaces to allow display of artwork in these areas as well. A cable

 

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tray will be provided above the ceiling to facilitate the easy distribution and changes to building technology infrastructure. This tray will terminate in the Media/Television Room. Careful attention will be paid to minimizing air noise, particularly in the Council Chambers and meeting rooms, and other acoustical measures will be incorporated to minimize noise from vibration and the transfer of noise from space to space. The Council Chambers will be designed to NC20 Acoustical Criteria for optimal performance, and to facilitate its use for broadcast purposes. An acoustical consultant will participate in the building design to assure proper noise isolation, room acoustics and overall acoustical performance. FUTURE GROWTH While the buildable area of the site is constrained on three sides by streets and parking, the building has been located in such a way as to maximize the remaining open space to the north for future development. On the interior, the corridor along the northeast perimeter of the building has been specifically designed to allow connection to a future addition. The Media/Television space and Mechanical/Electrical/Sprinkler room have been located to avoid costly relocation and reconfiguration if the building addition occurs. Public meeting spaces throughout the building have been generously sized to accommodate greater future public attendance than is now common, and to provide more flexible meeting options for public use. The Library Services suite has also been configured to permit reconfiguration for future offices in the small meeting room in the future. With a future addition to the north, it will be possible to expand the Stryker Center to about one and a half times the current square footage with a single story addition. Please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information” for additional information on our design narrative.

 

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2b.

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Identify and fully describe any work to be performed by the RPE. The design-build team desires and anticipates active involvement by the City of Williamsburg during the design and construction phases of the Stryker Center. The Henderson, Inc./Guernsey Tingle Architects team anticipates the City of Williamsburg to perform the following: • • • • • • • • • • •

Design review and approval Design input and performance requirements during the Phase II PPEA proposal process and interim and comprehensive agreement negotiations Administration/pay application review, approval and acceptance Active involvement, participation and oversight throughout the construction process. Environmental investigation, handling or removal of hazardous / contaminated materials, in the building or soils Any project-specific permit fees, review fees, and utility tap/connection fees Purchase, delivery and installation of designed landscaping Design, purchase, delivery and installation of landscape irrigation Design, purchase, delivery and installation of audio visual, information technology, communication, security, and access control systems Design, purchase, delivery, and installation of specialty lighting/VT broadcast systems Design, purchase, delivery, and installation of any mural for the City Council Chambers.

The following possible development costs are also not included in this proposal: • • • • • • • 2c.

Environmental/wetlands engineering Traffic Survey Fiscal impact study Archaeological investigation Any additional Boundary/Topographical survey of existing site Any additional Underground Utility location report Any additional Geotechnical investigation required.

Include a list of all federal, state, and local permits and approvals required for the project and a schedule for obtaining such permits and approvals. • • • • • • • • •

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and permit Land disturbance permit E&S permit/bond City ROW permit Regional BMP use Demolition permit Building permit M/E/P permits Fire sprinkler permit.

 

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Please see project schedule for timeline on obtaining permits and approvals under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”. 2d.

Identify any anticipated adverse social, economic and environmental impacts of the project. Specify the strategies or actions to mitigate known impacts of the project. Visitors to the library and staff at the police station may experience some inconvenience during construction as one driveway and parking spaces adjacent to the construction site will be closed off for construction activities. In addition, the public sidewalk on the west side of Boundary Street will be closed to pedestrians, for the safety of the public. Henderson, Inc. will place signage in and around the construction site, directing downtown visitors and library patrons around construction areas and to available parking, drives and sidewalks. Additionally, we will work with the City and Library staff to provide adequate notice of scheduled closure of sidewalks and vehicular areas. Since the proposed project will be designed to LEED standards, a significant portion of the existing Stryker Building materials will be recycled. Some of this work will involve crushing masonry and concrete materials on site, and reuse of those materials as subbase and fill for the new building. This may cause minor noise disruption during the demolition phase. Henderson, Inc. will confine noisy demolition and construction activities to daytime hours.

2e.

Identify the projected positive social, economic and environmental impacts of the project. Social Impacts: The building provides meeting/conference spaces for citizens, community groups, neighborhood committees and non-profit groups to meet. A flexible gallery space in the proposed building provides a venue for various visual arts and educational exhibits, open to local area residents and visitors alike. Adding community spaces and art spaces in the City’s downtown area will provide more vibrancy and an additional draw for residents and visitors to the City. Along with the repurposing of the adjacent library for expanded reading areas, resource areas, special program areas and other community spaces; this project will add to the “quality of life” for City residents and businesses. Economic Impacts: If the proposed project schedule is approved by City Council, the City will be able to take advantage of continued reduced construction costs, as the region slowly recovers from the Great Recession. Regional economists are now projecting that the economy in Hampton Roads will continue to improve at a slow but steady rate, and housing construction will improve significantly. This will likely result in increases in construction costs by the 2015-2016 time frame. If City Council determines that bond financing is an appropriate means to fund this project (or refinancing of other city debt), the City can take advantage of historically low interest rates for bank qualified bonds. The Henderson, Inc. design-build team includes several firms that are headquartered in the Historic Triangle, employing more than 200 local employees. We anticipate that many of the subcontractors hired for the project will also be headquartered here and employ local residents.

 

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This project will employ Williamsburg area residents, and a significant portion of dollars spent will be recycled in the community. Environmental Impacts: The project will be designed to LEED standards, which will have positive environmental impacts. The City’s recently expanded Municipal Building, also designed to LEED standards, is using less energy that the former, smaller building was using prior to expansion. We anticipate similar results in energy usage with the proposed Stryker Center. The current parking lot along Armistead Avenue that serves the library and the police station has no stormwater pretreatment. The proposed underground stormwater storage facility will serve the proposed building, as well as portions of the existing parking lot. This will benefit the City by reducing stormwater flows during large storm events that have previously caused flooding of other adjacent areas and buildings. 2f.

Identify the proposed schedule for the work on the project, including the estimated time for completion. The proposed schedule for the Stryker Center will ensure that the City of Williamsburg will be able to be in the building by November 2014. Please refer to the private portion of our proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information.”

2g.

Propose allocation of risk and liability for work completed beyond the agreement’s completion date, and assurances for timely completion of the project. Henderson, Inc. is prepared to offer performance guarantees and penalties relative to the performance of our work. We will sign a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) contract with the City of Williamsburg and will include mutually agreed upon liquidated damages. This GMP process will be in an “open book” format and Henderson, Inc. will provide a payment and performance bond. Henderson, Inc. has a history of being on time and on budget. Please refer to our section entitled “Schedule” under our “Qualifications and Experience” tab for further information on schedule guarantees and recovery.

2h.

State assumptions related to ownership, legal liability, law enforcement, and operation of the project and the existence of any restrictions on the RPE’s use of the project. The design-build team does not anticipate any restrictions on usage of the Stryker Center. In addition, legal liability, law enforcement and operation will continue to be the responsibility of the City of Williamsburg.

2i.

Provide information relative to phased or partial openings of the proposed project prior to completion of the entire work. This project does not lend itself to a phased completion. The Henderson, Inc. team will work with the City of Williamsburg to schedule the project in a manner that is sensitive to the

 

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requirements of the City thus working to ensure the completion of a project that meets or exceeds expectations. 2j.

List any other assumptions relied on for the project to be successful. Please refer to Section 3a: Stryker Center Cost Report, provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information” for any assumptions and clarifications.

2k.

List any contingencies that must occur for the project to be successful. The success the Stryker Center project for the City of Williamsburg will rely on funding for the project and appropriate design and construction approvals from city departments.

 

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Section 3: Project Financing


Project  Financing  

3. Project Financing   3a.

Provide a preliminary estimate and estimating methodology of the cost of the work by phase, segment, or both. For our response to 3a, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

3b.

Submit a plan for the development, financing, and operation for the project showing the anticipated schedule on which funds will be required. Describe the anticipated costs of and proposed sources and uses for such funds including any anticipated debt service costs. The operational plan should include appropriate staffing levels and associated costs. Include supporting due diligence studies, analyses, or reports. For our response to 3b, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

3c.

Include a list and discussion of assumption underlying all major elements of the plan. Assumptions should include all significant fees associated with financing given the recommended financing approach. In addition complete disclosure of interest rate assumptions should be included. Any ongoing operational fees, if applicable, should also be disclosed as well as any assumptions with regard to increases in such fees. For our response to 3c, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

3d.

Identify the proposed risk factors and methods for dealing with these factors. For our response to 3d, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

3e.

Identify any local, state, or federal resources that the proposer contemplates requesting for the project. Describe the total commitment, if any, expected from governmental sources and the timing of any anticipated commitment. Such disclosure should include any direct or indirect guarantees of pledges of the RPE’s credit or revenue. For our response to 3e, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

3f.

Identify the amounts and the terms and conditions for any revenue sources. For our response to 3f, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

3g.

Identify any aspect of the project that could disqualify the project from obtaining tax-exempt financing.

 

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For our response to 3g, please refer to our private proposal provided under a separate cover entitled “Project Financing and Other Proprietary Information”.

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Section 4: Project Benefit and Capability


Project  Benefits  and  Compatibility  

4. Project Benefits and Compatibility 4a.

Identify who will benefit from the project, how they will benefit, and how the project will benefit the overall community, region, or state. This project will benefit the residents of the City of Williamsburg, patrons of the Williamsburg Regional Library, residents of the Historic Triangle, and visitors to Williamsburg. The proposed Stryker Center will replace the aged and obsolete Stryker Building, which suffers from structural damage, outdated building systems, and indoor air conditions that promote the growth and spread of mold spores. There is currently a shortage of meeting spaces in the City for use by citizens and community groups, and the adjacent Williamsburg Regional Library is in need of expanded space for reading/gathering, special programs, arts and information exchange. The proposed building will provide for expanded meeting space for the City Council, the Planning Commission and other City committees, and is designed to be more accessible to citizens attending meetings and those watching meetings via the City’s broadcast network. Audio-visual technology is included in the building to permit better interaction between the citizens and their elected/appointed officials, and provisions are included for access by individuals with disabilities. The building provides five meeting/conference spaces for citizens, community groups, neighborhood committees and non-profit groups to meet. The meeting spaces vary in capacity from 16 to 104, to accommodate multiple types and sizes of groups. The central location of library services staff is designed to provide easy access to all meeting spaces by City resident groups and non-profits. These spaces will complement the adjacent library’s 268-seat theater. In addition to serving as a grand entrance to the building and as a gathering space for public meetings, the Stryker Center gallery space will serve other important functions. The space has the capacity to add vibrancy to City Square through arts and culture, building on the City’s brand as a hub for such activity. On an ongoing basis the Williamsburg Regional Library could easily program traveling exhibits it currently has to forgo due to lack of appropriate space. Institutions that regularly offer such exhibits include the Library of Virginia, Virginia Historical Society, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Virginia Museum of Natural History, Virginia Living Museum, Virginia Air & Space Center, and the Virginia Tourism Corporation. Such exhibits are high-quality, engaging, and lend themselves to additional topical programming the library would host in the Stryker Center’s meeting rooms. On an episodic basis the Stryker Center’s gallery space would serve as a venue for annual community and visitor gatherings. Events such as An Occasion for the Arts, First Night, and Arts Month would easily occupy the gallery space with compelling, creative activities including special exhibits and performances. Along with the Community Building and the existing library,

 

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the Stryker Center gallery would generate a compelling critical mass that would serve as the center of activity during such annual events. Relocation of Williamsburg Library administrative staff and library services staff to the proposed Stryker Center will free up needed space in the adjacent library for expanded reading areas, resource areas, special program areas and other community spaces. 4b.

Identify any anticipated public support or opposition, as well as any anticipated government support or opposition, for the project. We anticipate that this project will be supported by Williamsburg Regional Library patrons, citizen neighborhood groups, non-profits, business associations and economic development groups. We are not aware of any opposition to this project.

4c.

Explain the strategy and plans that will be carried out to involve and inform the general public, business community, and governmental agencies in areas affected by the project. During the pre-construction/design phase, we will brief City Council on the status of the project design during regular Council meetings and/or Council work sessions. In addition, we will make two public presentations to the City Architectural Review Board, one during the conceptual design phase and one during the final detailed design phase. We will make a public presentation to the City Planning Commission as part of the Site Plan approval process. All Architectural Review Board and Planning Commission meetings are open to the public, and allow public comments as part of the review process. In addition to these structured public meetings, we are available to meet with various stakeholder groups as requested by the City, including the Williamsburg Regional Library Board, the Economic Development Authority, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance, the Williamsburg Area Arts Commission, and others. We are also available to facilitate general public “town hall” type community briefings for the project, if requested by the City. During the construction period, Henderson, Inc. will provide a 24 hour-per-day webcam at the construction site, linked to the City of Williamsburg’s website, so that area residents can follow the progress of construction. Henderson will also place signage in and around the construction site, directing downtown visitors and library patrons around construction areas and to available parking, drives and sidewalks.

4d.

Describe the anticipated significant benefits to the community, region or state, including anticipated benefits to the economic condition of the RPE and whether the project is critical to attracting or maintaining competitive industries and businesses to the RPE or the surrounding region. As described in Section 4a above, this project will benefit residents of the City of Williamsburg, patrons of the Williamsburg Regional Library, residents of the Historic Triangle, and visitors to Williamsburg. Providing additional community spaces and art spaces in the City’s downtown area will provide more vibrancy and an additional draw for residents and visitors to the City. Along with the repurposing of the adjacent library for expanded reading areas, resource areas,

 

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special program areas and other community spaces; this project will add to the “quality of life” that is so important in attracting residents and businesses to the region. Along with other improvements recommended by the City’s new Comprehensive Plan, the addition of community spaces, gathering spaces and public art spaces as proposed by this project should benefit downtown Williamsburg businesses, such as restaurants, coffee shops, and retail establishments. The proposed building will provide better access and transparency by citizens to their City government, by improved meeting conditions, improved broadcast conditions, improved indoor air quality and improved ADA accessibility. The building provides five meeting/conference spaces for citizens, community groups, neighborhood committees and non-profit groups to meet. 4e.

Describe compatibility with the local comprehensive plan, local infrastructure development plans, the capital improvements budget, or other government spending plan. The proposed Stryker Center is compatible with the City of Williamsburg’s 2013 Comprehensive Plan, as recommended unanimously by the Planning Commission on December 19, 2012 and adopted by City Council on January 10, 2013. The LEED-designed sustainable facility supports the following specific sections of the Comprehensive Plan: Chapter 2 Goals, Section II Economy Vitality: “A. Support and expand visitation through tourism-oriented destinations and related businesses, visitation to the College of William and Mary, and promotion of arts, sports and other special events related to tourism. D. Encourage high quality commercial and institutional development consistent with the character of the City in order to expand the City’s economic base. E. Encourage the creative economy through support for the City’s Arts District, the Colonial Williamsburg Art Museums, and the future William and Mary Fine and Performing Arts Complex.” Chapter 2 Goals, Section VII Environmental Sustainability: “G. Evaluate and revise architectural standards to allow more flexibility in green building design and in the use of environmentally sustainable materials.” Chapter 11 Community Services Facilities: Proposed Expansion of the Municipal Center: “The next project in the continuing development of the Municipal Center will extend the partnership between the City and the Williamsburg Regional Library to meet the city’s governmental needs and to satisfy unmet demands for civic and community activity space. The existing Stryker Building is proposed to be demolished and replaced with [the]

 

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“Stryker Center,” to include the City Council chamber, meeting rooms, administrative space for the Williamsburg Regional Library, and exhibition, gallery and reception space. The public spaces will be shared with Library uses such as educational and arts programming, video production and origination, film screening, and diverse community meeting and activities. The Stryker Center will become a place where citizens interact easily with government and one another, and it will be located near the Williamsburg Library and the Community Building, emphasizing City Square as a true public meeting space for the community.” Chapter 12 Implementation: “The following list of capital improvement projects are supported by the Comprehensive Plan: Stryker Center (Stryker Building replacement)” In addition to the Comprehensive Plan, the proposed project has been included in the City’s Municipal Center/City Center master plan since 2004, and was included in the City’s 2013 Capital Improvements (CIP) Plan, with FY14 funding to be determined. The project is listed under the City Council Goal of “Community Engagement”, and the City Council Initiative as “Stryker Center – City/Library Partnership.” The public infrastructure in the City’s Municipal Center: streets, parking spaces, sidewalks, public transit, public water, sanitary sewer, electricity and communications infrastructure are all in place to serve this building. This project will improve stormwater management to alleviate potential flooding from the existing library/police station parking lot along Armistead Avenue. This project will not result in any loss of parking spaces in the block. 4f.

Provide a statement setting forth participation efforts that are intended to be undertaken in connection with this project with regard to the following types of businesses: (i) minorityowned businesses, (ii) women-owned businesses, and (iii) small businesses. Henderson, Inc. is committed to engaging Small Business Enterprises (SBE), Minority Business Enterprises (MBE), Women-Owned Business Enterprises (WBE), and local business concerns in the performance of work for the Stryker Center project. Henderson, Inc. has a SWaM certification with a Small Business designation and our team recognizes that assistance from other SWaM businesses and their measure of success may take many forms. For that reason, our team will go beyond the typical efforts to solicit and encourage bid participation and we commit to meeting the City of Williamsburg’s SWaM goals on this project. Efforts to notify the SWaM business community of the Stryker Center project may include, but not be limited to: • • • •

Advertising in local newspapers Advertising in the Builders Exchange, F.W. Dodge and Reed Construction Posting solicitations on the project FTP site Posting solicitations through the SBA’s Sub Net Program

 

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Conducting a SWaM outreach program Soliciting prequalified SWaM contractors from our contractor database.

The unique needs, timelines and characteristics of the Stryker Center project will guide our efforts. During our pre-solicitation meetings we will determine the level of interest and ascertain the availability and expertise of prequalified SWaM subcontractors. In addition, the Henderson management team will work to increase minority participation by segmenting various work packages and providing technical assistance if needed. Our team’s goal will be to meet the mission of the Department of Minority Business Enterprise to “promote access to the Commonwealth of Virginia’s contracting opportunities and ensure fairness in the procurement process,” while maintaining our commitment to quality and safety on the Stryker Center project. The following members of our design-build team currently hold a SWaM Certification: Team Member

SWaM Certification Number

SWaM Type

Henderson, Inc.

672814

Small

Guernsey Tingle Architects

664163

Small

AES Consulting Engineers

676492

Small

TAM Consultants

663056

Small

Cherwa-Ewing Engineering, P.C.

5793

Women Owned / Small

Miller, Beam & Paganelli, Inc.

666970

Small

Kyra Cook, Art Space Consultant

Not SWaM Certified

Women Owned / Small

 

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