CITY OF MOORE
OLD TOWN PARK- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AT RISK SERVICES
The City of Moore is currently seeking qualifications for Construction Management at Risk
Services for Old Town Park. The current conceptual total project estimate is $600,000.00.
Proposal responses will be received until 1:00 pm, local time, October 29th, 2019, in the
Purchasing Division, 301 N. Broadway, Moore, OK 73160.
Late responses will not be accepted under any circumstances. Any proposal received after the
scheduled time for closing will be returned to the proposing firm unopened. Sole responsibility
rest with the proposing firm to see that their proposal is received on time.
There will be a mandatory pre-proposal meeting held at 2:00 pm on October 17th, 2019, Moore
City Hall, City Council Chambers, 301 N Broadway, Moore, Oklahoma 73160.
Responses will be made in accordance with the specifications, and these specifications are on file
and available for examination, or may be obtained from the office of the Purchasing Agent,
Moore City Hall.
The City of Moore requires three (3) bound copies and requests one (1) PDF copy on CD or
thumb drive, addressed to the City of Moore Purchasing Office, will be submitted, and that copy
must be sealed and clearly marked with the name of the proposal vendor and identified as
“RFQ #1900-21 Construction Management at Risk Services for Old Town Park”
The City of Moore reserves the right to accept the proposal in which, in the judgement of staff, is
the best for the application of needs, materials and services as covered in the specifications, and
determined best, overall, for the good of the City of Moore.
Copies of proposal documents may be obtained online at
or from the Purchasing Agent located at 301 N. Broadway, Moore, Oklahoma, 73160, phone
number (405)793-5022, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, local time, Monday through Friday.
The City of Moore Reserves the right to reject any and all responses; waive irregularities and
formalities in any response submitted.
The City of Moore is an equal opportunity employer.
Barbara Furgiani, Purchasing Agent (405)793-5022
Old Town Park-CMaR
DUE: October 29, 2019 at 1:00 pm
The City of Moore is soliciting Sealed proposals for:
Construction Management at Risk Services for Old Town Park
Pre-Proposal Meeting: 2 : 0 0 p m , O c t o b e r 1 7 , 2 0 1 9 ( M a n d a t o r y )
1:00 pm, October 29th, 2019
City of Moore, Purchasing Division
301 N. Broadway Ave.
Moore, OK 73160
Submit written questions to: email@example.com
Questions may be submitted through 5:00 p.m., October 22, 2019 and will be answered by 5:00 p.m.
October 24, 2019.
No verbal questions will be accepted.
Questions of a substantial nature will be addressed in an addendum, posted on the
City’s Purchasing Web page for all interested parties.
The City of Moore
Request for Qualifications
“Construction Management at Risk Services for Old Town Park”
Due Date: October 29th, 2019 at 1:00 pm
City Clerk’s Office
301 N. Broadway Avenue
Moore, Oklahoma 73160
The City of Moore is currently seeking qualifications from interested parties for construction
management at risk (CMaR). These services will be for the construction of projects for Old
Town Park located at 132 E Main Street, Moore, OK 73160.
Other opportunities for programming and/or construction may be considered by the City.
B. BACKGROUND OF PROJECT
The City of Moore purchased the property for Old Town Park approximately five years ago. The
development of Old Town Park was made possible by a dedicated sales tax approved by voters
in November 2016. Old Town Park will be approximately 2 acres in size.
The Park will be located in the historic Old Town District of Moore, Oklahoma near the Main
Street and Broadway intersection. Old Town Park will be a public park that will include a replica
train depot, small outdoor plaza, public art, and a trail. The train depot will include commercial
space and an artist in residence space. This location of the train depot lends itself to anchoring a
town square type area.
C. ELIGIBILITY OF CMaR
The CMaR shall be in good standing with the City of Moore. CMaR shall include in the proposal
packet: a current financial statement, description of their company’s capabilities, their
qualifications to perform this type of work, and a list of at least three references for which they
have performed this type of work. The City of Moore will evaluate all proposals received and
does reserve the right to waive any informalities or irregularities and select the proposal that best
suits the needs of the City of Moore.
D. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
CMaR will be required to meet insurance requirements of not less than the following limits;
General Liability $1,000,000.00
Excess Liability $1,000.000.00
The City of Moore will be required to be named as additional insured on all policies.
Provide the name and contact of your firm’s surety and description of bonding capacity
available. Additionally, provide a statement from a surety company authorized to do business in
Oklahoma indicating the firm’s ability to obtain a performance and statutory and maintenance
bond in the amount of not less than 100 percent (100%) of the GMP. Such bonds will be required
from the selected CMaR upon receipt by the selected CMaR of a Notice to Proceed with
F. PROJECT DELIVERY SYSTEM
The delivery system for this project is Construction Management at Risk. This is a project
delivery method based on an agreement whereby the City acquires from a construction entity a
series of services that can include, but are not limited to: design review, scheduling, cost control,
value engineering, constructability evaluation, preparation and coordination of proposal
packages, and construction administration. The construction entity, after providing these services
during the pre-construction period, takes on the financial obligation to carry out construction
under a specific cost agreement. The Construction Manager is a person, certified by the
Construction Management Association of America as a Certified Construction Manager, who
acts as an agent of the City for the construction project; who coordinates and manages the
construction process; who is a member of the construction team with the City, design profession
and other consultants that may be required for the project; and who utilizes skill and knowledge
of general contracting to assist in the development of schedules, preparation of project
construction estimates, study of labor conditions and provides advice concerning construction,
safety and other issues related to the Project that may surface. Issues may include, but are not
limited to, monitoring progress, payments, changes and other factors affecting cost or as may
otherwise be specified herein.
G. PROJECT BUDGET
The current conceptual total project estimate is $600,000.00. The Owner, A/E firm, and the
CMaR (collectively the Project Team) will work collaboratively to establish the Project Budget.
Delivering the completed project, within the Project Budget and timeframe, once established, is
of high priority.
Owner Contingency for the project is (5) five percent.
H. PRELIMINARY PROJECT SCHEDULE
The CMaR will be required to develop a Preliminary Project Schedule within three (3) weeks of