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1 W/7? VRGNA VU TECH Procurement 300 Turner Street NW North End Center, Ste Blacksbw g, Virginia P: (540) F: (540) March 14, 2018 Gilbane Building Company Attn: Melanie Townshend 1001 Boulders Parkway Richmond, VA (] C'o. i y Dear Ms. Townshend: Subject: Virginia Tech Contract #TS Commodity/Service: Renovation Program Management Thank you for responding to my letter of January 31, 2018 and agreeing to renew the contract. The contract will now expire June 30, The attached form shows your company information as listed in the university's vendor database. f any of this information changes, please make corrections directly on the form, and return to me. t is essential that this information be accurate in order for payments to be processed in a timely manner. We look forward to working with you for an additional year. G~~Cr~ Sincerely, Assistant Director of Procurement for Facilities Support Telephone: (540) GAP/sr c: HM Shellie Black V RG N A POLYTECHNC N ST TUTE AND S T ATE UN VERS TY An equal opportunity, affirmative act i on institution

2 Wr-i? VRGNtA VU TECH Procurement 300 Turner Street NW North End Center, Ste 2100 Blacksburg, Virginia P: (540) F: (540) ww.procurement. vt.ed11 January 31, 2018 Gilbane Building Company Attn: Melanie Townshend 1001 Boulders Parkway Richmond, VA Dear Ms. Townshend: Subject: Virginia Tech Contract# TS Commodity/ Service: Renovation Program Management This is to inform you that the subject contract expires June 30, Since the university would like to renew the contract for an additional two (2) years, please advise concerning your intention by signing in the appropriate space listed below. A signed copy of this letter should be received in Procurement by February 14, n addition, review the attached form, which shows your company information as listed in the university's vendor database. f any of this information has changed, make corrections directly on the form, and return with this letter. t is essential this information be accurate for payments to be processed in a timely manner. Virginia Tech recommends that our vendors utilize the Wells One AP Control Payment System for payment of all invoices and strongly encourages all vendors under contract with the university to participate in this program. f your firm is not enrolled in the program, refer to our website: httpj/ or contact me directly for more information. Sincerely, Gregory A. Pratt, VCCO, VCO CUPO Assistant Director of Procurement for Facilities Support Telephone: (540) Gilbane Building Company agrees to ren w the contract for an additional two (2) years under the terms and conditions of the subject contract. Authorized Signature: Date: 3 3 lf> Name: Title: V\C.f- '.f12.t;,~\q_e..hlt We currently participate in the Wells One Program. We would like to participate n the Wells One Program Gilbane Building Company does not agree to renew the contract for an additional two (2) years. Authorized Signature: Name: Date: Tiie: GAP/sr Approved: Date: V R G N A PO LYTE C HN C NS T TUTE AND ST AT E UN V E RS TY An equal opportunity, affirmative action institution

3 lljvirginiatech Procurement Department (MC 0333) North End Center, Suite 2100, Virginia Tech 300 Turner Street NW Blacksburg, Virginia / Fax: 540/ July7,2016 Gilbane Building dba Gilbane Building Company Attn: Melanie Townshend 1001 Boulders Parkway Richmond, VA () Dear Ms. Townshend: Subject: Virginia Tech Contract #TS Commodity/Service: Renovation Program Management Thank you for responding to my letter of June 10, 2016 and agreeing to renew the contract. The contract will now expire June 30, The attached form shows your company information as listed in the university's vendor database. f any of this information changes, please make corrections directly on the form, and return to me. t is essential that this information be accurate in order for payments to be processed in a timely manner. We look forward to working with you for an additional year. GAP/sr c: F~. Pro Mark Helms, Chris Kiwus Sincerely, ~ ~;:.z~~~ Assistant Director of Procurement for Facilities Support Telephone: (540) nvent the Future VRGNA POLYTECHNC NSTTUTE AND STATE UNVERSTY An equal opportunity, affirmative action institution

4 .. - VENDOR NFORMATON FORM 6/30/2016 ; r, _ for office use Gilbane Building FULL LEGAL NAME (Company Name as it appears with your Federal Taxpayer Number) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER Gilbane Building Company BUSNESS NAME/ OBA NAME/TA NAME (f different than Full Legal Name) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (f different than D# above) Gilbane Building Company BLLNG NAME (Company name as it appears on your invoice) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (if different than D# above) PURCHASE ORDER ADDRESS: PAYMENT ADDRESS: P 0 BOX ADDRESS 1 PAYMENT P 0 BOX ADDRESS Boulders Parkway 1001 Boulders Parkway STREET ADDRESS 2 PAYMENT STREET ADDRESS 2 Richmond CTY Richmond CTY VA STATE ZP CODE VA STATE ZP CODE Melanie Townshend CONT ACT PERSON PHONE NUMBER EMAL TOLL FREE NUMBER FAX NUMBER

5 lllvirginiatech Gilbane Building dba Gilbane Building Company Attn: Melanie Townshend 1001 Boulders Parkway Richmond, VA Procurement Department (MC 0333) North End Center, Suite 2100, Virginia Tech 300 Turner Street NW Blacksburg, Virginia / Fax: 540/ June 10, 2016 Dear Ms. Townshend: Subject: Virginia Tech Contract# TS Commodity/Service: Renovation Program Management This is to inform you that the subject contract expires June 30, Since the university would like to renew the contract for an additional two (2) years, please advise concerning your intention by signing in the appropriate space listed below. A signed copy of this letter should be received in Procurement as soon as possible. n addition, review the attached form, which shows your company information as listed in the university's vendor database. f any of this information has changed, make corrections directly on lhe form, and return with this letter. L is essential this information be accurate for payments to be processed in a timely manner. Virginia Tech recommends that our vendors utilize the Wells One AP Control Payment System for payment of all invoices and strongly encourages all vendors under contract with the university to participate in this program. f your finn is not enrolled in the program, refer to our website: or contact me directly for more information. Sincerely, Gregory A. Pratt, VCCO, VCO, CUPO Assistant Director of Procurement for Facilities Support Telephone: (540) Gilbane Building, dba Gilbane Building Company agrees to renew the contract for an additional two (2) years under the terms and conditions of the subject contract. Lf ~ Authorized Signature: ~ Date: t; 'Jo/!. f 0 Name: t!o<-1"' l\. 1'S,.. s..., Title: fr.:r~::'f &qc,,.7,.,c (please print) We curre11tly participate i1j the Wells Oiie Program.. _ We would Uke to participate in tlie Wells One Program Gilbane Building, dba Gilbane Building Company does not agree to renew the contract for an additional two years. Authorized Signature: Name: Date: Title: GAP/sr Approved: Date: M. Owi Shelton Vic(lPresident for Finance ~;?t:?/ff and Chief Financial Officer nvent the Future VRG NA POLYTECHN C NSTTUTE AND STATE UNVERSTY An equal opportunity, affirmative action institution

6 VirginiaTech Procurement Department (MC 0333) North End Center, Suite 2100, Virginia Tech 300 Turner Street NW Blacksburg, Virginia / Fax: 540/ vt.edu April2, 2014 Gilbane Building Company Attn: Melanie Townshend 830 E Main Street Suite 300 Richmond, VA Dear Ms. Townshend: Subject: Virginia Tech Contract #TS Commodity/Service: Renovation Program Management Thank you for responding to my letter of January 21, 2014 and agreeing to renew the contract for an additional year. The contract will now expire June 30, The attached form shows your company information as listed in the university's vendor database. f any of this information changes, please make corrections directly on the form, and return to me. t is essential that this information be accurate in order for payments to be processed in a timely manner. We look forward to working with you for an additional ye WTK/sr c: P.M. Pro Jim McCoy, John Mason W. Thomas Kaloupek Director of Materials Management Telephone: (540) ' nvent the Future V RGNA POL Y TECHN C NST TUTE AND ST A TE UN V ER S T Y An e qu al opportunity, affirmati ve ac tion institution

7 VENDOR NFORMATON FORM 4/2/ for office use Gilbane Building FULL LEGAL NAME (Compan y Name as it appears with your Federal Taxpayer Number) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER Gilbane Building Company BUSNESS NAME/ DBA NAME/TA NAME {f different than Full Legal Name) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (f different than D# above) Gilbane Building Company BLLNG NAME (Company name as it appears on your invoice) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (if different than D# above) PURCHASE ORDER ADDRESS: PAYMENT ADDRESS: P 0 BOX ADDRESS 1 PAYMENT P 0 BOX ADDRESS Boulders Parkway STREET ADDRESS Boulders Parkway PAYMENT STREET ADDRESS 2 Richmond CTY Richmond CTY VA STATE ZP CODE VA STATE ZP CODE Melanie Townshend CONTACT PERSON PHONE NUMBER EMAL TOLL FREE NUMBER FAX NUMBER

8 .. JVirginiaTech 1 Procurement Department (MC 0333) North End Center, Suite 2100, Virginia Tech 300 Turner Street NW Blacksburg, Virginia / Fax: 540/ vt. edu Melanie Townshend Gilhane Building Company 830 E Main Street Suite 300 Richmond VA Tanuary21, 2014 Dear Ms. Townshend: Subject: Viq,rinia Tech Contract# TS Commodity/SeiVice: Renovation Program Management This is to inform you that the subject contract expires June 30, Since the university would like to renew the contract lor an additional two years, please advise concerning your intention by signing in the apprnpriate space lisled helow. Please return {lj\e signed copy of this letter to me by January 31, Please review the attached form, which shows your company information as listed in the university's vendor database. f any of this information has changed, make corrections directly on the form, and return with this letter. t is essential that this information be accurate in order for payments to be processe in a timely manner. Thank you for your attention to this matter. W. Thomas Kaloupck Director of Materials Management Telephone: (540) Gilbanc Building Company agrees to renew the contract for an additional two years in accordance with the terms and conditions of the subject contract. AuthorizedSignature: ~v~~ ~tc: Name: /VJ E.i.A JJ E:- low N6H EN:> (please print) Gilbane Building Company does not agree to renew the contract for an additional two years. 2/25/J J.../- Title:..5R- PR 0]-,.;er E)t~QJ n VZ Authorized Signature: Name: Date: Title: WTK/kbl c: FMP Approved: nvent the Future VRGNA POLYTECHNC NST TUTE AND STATE UNVERSTY An equal opportunity, affirmative action institution

9 "'. VENDOR NFORMATON FORM 1/15/ Torn Ka!oupek Gilbane Building... FULL LEGAL NAME... :. :.;..,: FED~RALTAXPAYER : NUMBER ;....:.:.: :.,,...(,.....; :..: :. :>~/-. _,: :. :. _... - ;: Gilbane Building Company i~ BU~NESS :NAME(DBANAMETA :NAME : ;.'.. :. (l t :Mfer~ nt tha ~ Fui l" te g~l Narn ~f... ''. 3.. ~! ;),i FE~E~A'-: J"~~~YER. NJM?,~.H.. ~....,. ~ ;(f di~erentt!ian D# above) :, :. ' Gilbane Building Company. :BLLNG NAME (Company name as it app ears on. you rii rwoi~~)... :.'.. '... ~. '. ;. '.... : :. - :.. : : ". ".,..,, -~fedef,lal- ~TAXPAYERNUMBER. (if t!iffe~~q~ th~hd Dfab o~ 7Y' ' PURCHASE ORDER ADDRESS: PAYMENT ADDRESS: :;. ' ~--....:... :,. :-: : -~ ;~ ~-. ' Richmond Richmond :..,_,, 'CTY. ~ - VA ~ a3~as.. STATE.... ZP CODE'~. VA 'S:(";L\TE _: :...: 2~21Q ~3~~..5. ' :z1~: cobe. Melanie Townshend ~ 0~- Q51- lt;05ft;j :_.. :: ,,;:: c' : <TOLL FREE NUMBER '' - ' :_. ' :-.. -~:..-;..... ; ;. --~ l '... :,. :.. : :.... FAX NUMBER

10 COMMONWEALTH OF VRGNA STANDARD CONTRACT Contract Number: TS This contract entered into this th day of May 20 2 by Gil bane Building Company hereinafter called the "Contractor" and Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State University called "Virginia Tech." WTNESSETH that the Contractor and Virginia Tech. in consideration of the mutual covenants. promises and agreements herein contained. agree as follows: SCOPE OF CONTRACT: Contract Documents. The Contractor shall provide the services to Virginia Tech as set forth in the PEROD OF CONTRACT: renewals. f'rom June through June 30, 2014, with provrsron for multiple COMPENSATON AND METHOD OF PAYMENT: in accordance with the contract documents. The Contractor shall he paid by Virginia Tech CONTRACT DOCUMENT: The contract documents shall consist of this signed contract. Request for Proposal (RFP) nujnber dated November 4, 20, Addendum # dated November the proposal and addendum # submitted by the Contractor dated December 6, 2011 and the Contractor's letters dated February 8, 2012 and May , all of which contract documents are incorporated herein. n WTNESS WHEREOf. the parties have caused this Contract to be duly executed intending to be bound thereby. Virginia Tech / ~~ G By Charles W. Steger President L-~~n. 10 t;/s \

11 ~}Virginia Tech Request for Proposal # for Facility Renovations Program Management November 4, 2011

12 RFP GE'\ERAL NFORMATON FORM 1. OUESTOi\'S: All inquiries for ir:formation regarding this sol ici~a:ion should he directed to: V/. Thomas Kaloupck. Phone: (540) DUE DATE: Scaled Proposals \'- ill b~ received un~il December at 3:00 P\;1. Failure to submit proposals to the correct location by the desif:nated date and hour \vii! resuh in d:squalifrcat!on. 3. ADDRESS: Proposals should be mailed or hand delivered to: Virginia Polytechnic lnstihrte and State University (Virgini<J Tech). Purchasing Department, 270 Southgate Center (0333). Blacbburg. Viri;inia Reference the Opening Date and Hour. and RFP Number in the lower left comer o7 the return enyelopc or package 4. PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERE!\CE: See Section V for information regarding a pre-proposal conference. 5. TYPE OF BUSNESS: (Please check all applicahl~ classifications). f your classification is certified by the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise, provide your certifica::ion number: For certification assistance, please visit htt n :lwww. d mbe. state. va. us/ swamcert. h trnl. Large Small business - An independently ownec and operated business which, together with a/til iates, has 250 or fewer employees or average annual gross receipts of $10 million o:- less averaged over the previous three years Department of Minority Business Enterprise (DMBE) certified women-0\\tied and minority-owned business shall also be considered small business when they ha\ e received DMBE small husmess certification. \Vomen~owned business- A business concern that is at kast 5l<Jo ov... ned by one or more women who are U.S citizens or legal resident aliens, or in the case of a corporation. partnership. or limited liability company or other entity, at least 51% of the equi:y ownership interest is owned by one or more \)/Omen who are citizens of the United States or non-citizens who are in full compliance with the United States immrgrarion law. and both the management and daily business operations arc controlled by on~ or more women who are l.s. citizens or legal resident aliens. Minorit:y-owned business- A business concern that is at least 51% owned by one or more minority individuals (see Section , Code of Virginia) or in the case uf a corporation. partnershir. or limited liabiiity company or other entity. at least 51% of the equity ownership interest in the corporation. par1nership. or limited liabiiity company or other entity is owned by one or more minority individuals and both the management and daily' business operations arc controlled by one or more minority indrviduais 6. COMPANY NFORMATO:--.J/SG0JATL.RE: lr; compliance \vith this Request For Proposal and Lo all the conditions imposed therein and herehy incorporated by reference. the undersigned offers and agrees to furnish the services in accordance with the al!achcd s1gneu pronosal and as mutuallv a(1rced unon bv subsequent ncnotiation 0 c FULL LEGAL NAME (PRNT) (Com;la~y n:jmc ~' '; appe~r<; witn you1 Fede:al T<lx~ayer :\um:>e<: FEDERAL TAXPA '{ER!\'UMBER (D#) BUSNESS NAMEJDBA NAMEJTA \'A\1E (lf different l11jn the Full Legal!'\arne', FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (f Cltfe:cnt th~n!dtl ahovci BLLNG NAME FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (Comp~ny name ;L' :: apue~r',_,n yclu lllvl>l~~ 1 t f c!tft~:~ 1: than D#,,[,Jve ;. PURCHASE ORDER ADDRESS PA Y\12\'T ADDRESS CONTACT NAMErrJTLE (PRNT) SG~ATURE (l.j\ NK! DATE i E-MAL ADDRESS TELEP!lO\'E \'L\1!3ER TOLL FREE TELEPHONE NUMBER FAX 0!UMBER TO RECEVE E-PROCUREME:\T ORDERS

13 . PURPOSE The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit sealed proposals to establish a contract through competitive negotiations for turnkey facility reno\'ations program management with Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State University (Virginia Tech J. an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia. CONTRACT PEROD The term of this contract is for two years. There will be an option for four two-year renewals, or as negotiated.. BACKGROU:.!D: Virginia Tech Facilities Services currenrly provides renovation program management services using internal stjff resources to plan and manage projects. A network of prequalified architect and engineering firms pro\'idc professional design services (where required), and independent contractors perform the construction work w complete the project. Typical projects include. but are not limited to, renovations to the following spaces and their related service areas: A. Classrooms and instructional and research laboratories B. Libraries C. Auditoriums, other performance areas and demonstration rooms D. Computer laboratories and computer support areas E. Faculty and administrative offices. meeting and conference rooms F. Student residential facilities G. Dining and vending areas H. Gymnasiums, intercollegiate athletics. recreational facilities and other student support areas. Clinical space (including the Virginia Tech/C.:trilion Research nstitltte in Roanoke, VA) J. Areas housing specialized mcdicai or research equipment K. Facilities Services operations and maintenance space L. Parking decks and surface parking lots J\1. Farm and or agricultural facilities N. Roadways. outside facilities needs and/or landscape projects 0. Utility plant and/or distribution projects P. Other spaces/facilities as determined by the university For the purposes of this contract. renovation projects typically range in value from $4.000 to just under S2M. Vv"hile assigned projects may be les.s them S4000. in no \\:ay will the total project amount of individual projects exceed $2Jv1. This figure includes all related project.:.:osts such as design. construction. rf&e project management. etc. Renovations projects can occur in university o wned or lea~cd spaces on the Blacksburg campus or on any of our educational and research facilities located throughout Virgini2..

14 Project activit; for the period Jul; through June 30, 2011 is summarized in the table belmv: Project Scale Project Quantity ~ ' S " $ ~ S $25.00 ~ S $50.00 ~ S ' $ $ ', 13 $ ~ S ! Maintenance Reserve ($ and up) 39! Total Pro_iects 236 V. EVA BUSNESS~TO~GOVERNME'\T ELECTRO.'l!C PROCUREMENT SYSTEM: The eva nternet electronic procurement solution streamlines and automates government purchasing activitic~ \Vi thin the Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia Tech. and other state agencies and institutions, have been directed by the Governor to maximize the use of this system in the procurement of goods and services. We are, therefore. requesting that your firm register as a tmding partner \Vi thin the eva system. There are registration fees and transaction fees involved with the use of eva. These fees must be considered in the provision of quotes, bids and price proposals offered to Virginia Tech. Failure to register within the eva system may result in the quote, bid or proposal from your firm being rejected and the award made to another vendor who is registered in the eva system. Registration in the eva system is accomplished on-line. Your firm must provide the necessary information. Please visit the eva website portal at htto:// a.vir~inia.l:!.ov/re :ister/vendorreg.htm and register both with eva and Ariba. This process needs ro be complered before Virginia Tech can issue your [trm a Purchase Order or contract. f your firm conducts business from multiple geographic locations, please register these locations in your initial registration. For registration and technical assistan::::::. reference the eva website at: or call 866~289~7367 or 804~371~2525. V. STATEMENT OF.'lEEDS A. General: The University JS seeking w enh.:mce the total project experience to include at a minimum: reduced project administration costs. effective client communications. construction quality, performance management. accelerated project response times. standardized estimating with a higher level of accuracy and confidenc~. reduced project cosl improved project reporting and prompt resolution of warranty items. The Program 1\.fanag_er shall furnish all management and/or other services necessary or incidental to meet the requirements of this RFP for assigned renovations projects, minor construction, building repairs/alterations and major equipment repair and/or rcpl::tcement for the University. The selected Program Manager shall oversee and manage/inspect the work of pre-qualified Designers and Contractors that have been approved hy Virginia Tech. The Program lvlanager shall not self perform construction work or design work that must be scaled to satisf.y regulatory compliance. The work required for this contract extend.;, beyond the conventional single project construction ejfon in that it involves planning. estimating. scheduling. coordinating, monitnring the procurement of design and construction services. reporting vendor performance. ensuring code compliance, quality assurance and customer.satlsfactinn for multiple concurrent projects. Services shall be furnished in response to vvritten work request authorization from the university.

15 Virginia Tech in no way represent~ that all university renovations work will be assigned to this contract. Virginia Tech reseryes the right to deliver selected renovations and construction projects using alternatiye contracting methods. The scope of typical renovation projects may include, bu~ not limited to. construction activities such <J:-. demolition. excavation. site work. landscaping,.-::arpemry, electrical, mechanical/hv AC, plumbing. painting. \\'J.ll covering. flooring, roofing, fencing. ornamental metal. pa\ ing, sidewalks, tuck pointing, masonry, acoustical ceilings, asbestos abatement, seal coj.ting, and fireproofing. Project activities typically include. but not he limited to:. Receive a \Vork Request from the Facilities Services Business Office via Facilities Services Computerized Maintenance 'v1anag:ement System (CMMS) as authorization to proceed with a potentiji project. 2. Conduct a field investigation and develop a preliminary :.cope of work, schedule and budget estimate 3. Develop a detailed statement of work and project budget ln consultation with the requesting customer \Vhich is in complianc>e with the requirements of the Cniversity Building Official. 4. V /hen required based on project scope. assist with the procurement of A!E services utilizing established university procedures. contracts Jnd forms. 5. Assist with the procurement of construction services and/or goods utilizing established universit~ procedures. contracts and forms. 6. Coordinate with th-e customer any value engineering tllat can be applied to the project to reduce cost while maintaining its objectives and compliance to the university's Design Guidelines and Standards. 7. Evaluate requested/required ch;mgcs w the scope of the project and direct details of project development. 8. ~1anage review of sy stcms tie-ins v.:ith designated Virginia Tech representatives and obtain written authorization designating approval of the approved design solution in accordance with the Virginia Tech Design Standards. 9. Coordinate and direct all utility shut-do\vns/tie-ins. building. street and other access requirement~ after normai working hours and/or non-normal working hours in accordance with established uniyersity procedures. J 0. Provide estimating serv1ces fm cu.stomer:'j wishing to determine the cost associated with a potential project and/or the cost of potential modifications to an approved project.. Obtain necessary regulatory approvals and required permits. 12. Monitor. document and report on the performance of project designers and/or contractors. The selected Program :V1anager will be required to manage all renovations project work orders and associated transactions,, ithin the Virginia Tech Facilities Services Cl\1MS. On a daily basis, Program J\1anagement staff must input andlor monitor data to track \vork flow, project expenses, project records and documents, project reports. etc. B. Prcwram \1an2.S!er\ \Vorkspacc_: The Program Manager shall :..ct ur and maintain an operations office in space provided by the university w receive and process work r~quests anc. w provide other management services as may be required for the effectiw supervision ~md execution of the contrjct. Some icvcl of office furniture (desks. chairs. Cilc cahinets. etc.j \"iill be provided.

16 Office computers. vehicles. cell phones and other such equipment shall be provided by the Program l\-1anagcr Utilization ot university telephone and data services will be provided by the university. All personal or Program Tvfanagcr property' placed in or moved onto the premises shall be at the sole risk of ~he Program Manager of such property. and Virginia Tech shali not have any liability for any damage to suer: property. At the termination of the contract. the Program Manager shall peacefully deliver the said prcmi:..es in as good order and repair as the same was at the beginning of this contract, reasonable wear and tear excepted. C. Staffln! Requirements: The Program Manager shall be responsible for the sufficient staffing of its operation. including management/supervision, to meet the requirement of the project workload assigned in accordance with Section E Service Goals/Benchmarks. Funding for university renovation projects is sensitive to the economic climate in the Country and State, and Virginia Tech is not able to guarantee any project funding levels upon \vhich the Program Manager can definitively plan. Section of the RFP includes historical project data from FY 20 that the Program Manager may choose to consider when preparing their proposal. Assigned Program!\1anagcr personnel must ensure efficient, timely and courteous service, and shall be available on both a scheduled and on-call (2 hour emergency response time) basis to provide technical support and consultation. The Program Manager :-hall provide training to ensure all its employees have appropriate knowledge and skills to perform assigned tasks. including. but not limited to. project management, scheduling. estimating and joh-site safety. Project management personnel must also be knowledgeable of basic building code requirements. The Program Manager shall conduct criminal conviction background checks on all employees who will be working on the Virginia Tech campus or properties. The Program Manager will use best judgment regarding the results of this check to help reasonably ~nsure a safe environment for Virginia Tech students. faculty and staff. Protection of data and confidential information: n the course of conducting their business. contractol personnel may gain access to university data and information that is of either a confidential or a sensitive nature. The contractor will use all reasonable efforts to safeguard such data and information and will not release.-.uch w third parties without the express consent of the university contract administrator. The Program Manager's personnel shall not: Access data that is unrelated to their job duties at Virginia Tech; Disclose to any other person. or allow an_y other person access to, any information related to Virginia Tech that is proprietary or confidential. Disclosure of information includes, but is not limited to. verhal discussions. FAX transmissions. electronic messages. voice mail communication. v.:ritter: documentation. "loaning.. computer access codes. and/or or.her transmission or sharing of data. The Program J\..1anager shall comply with the Gramm-Leach-BliJc.;.. Act by implementing and maintainin~ appropriate safeguards w protect and prevent unauthorized release of student, faculty and staff nonpubli: information. l\onpublic information is defined as social security numbers, or financial transactions. bank, credit and tax information. Scnsiti\ e electrcmic data mus~ be encrypted. shredded or removed on a routine basis in accordance with university poiicics and procedures. D. Buildin~ Code and Jobsite Safct\' Cnnmliance: i. The Progr<1m \1anager shall ensure th:ll all \vork is performed in accordance with latest industry standards. 2. The Program Manager shal1 ensure that assigned projects meet all current applicable life/safety and releyant code requirements. 3. The Program ;..1anager shali main~ain all fiie documents and certifications of the University s compliance with the requirements of ali appii:ablc local. state and Fire \1arshal regulations.

17 4. The Program Manager shouid 2.ssiq :n the collection of availuble documentary evidence of stru:::tural sjfc:t) and building safety complianc~ as needed for permit requirements 5. The Program Manager should mcke recommendations to the university to facilitate CClmpliance with applicable buiiding codes. fire prev~ntion codes. handicapped accessibility requirements, state and/01 federal Occupational Health and Safety Codes and Life Safety Codes. 6. The Program ivianager shctll monitor JObsite safety practtces of the contractors to insure that all equipment and project sites are maintained in a safe and clean condition. 7. The Program Manager shall monitor compliance with asbestos and lead abatement services required by code and university pwcedures. Coordinate with the Virginia Tech Office of Environmental Health and Safety as appropriate. E. Proiect Mana ement Duties: The duties of the Program!\-ianager may include. but not necessarily be limited to: l. J\1anage and monitor every aspect of all renovations projects assigned. 2. Provide a high level of custome; service and satisfaction through excmp!d.ry client communications. 3. Provide quality control for field work and assure compliance with project documentation. 4. Make all reasonable efforts to ensure that each project is completed on schedule. 5. Provide tlnal inspection. final cost documentation, record a.s-built drawings, rnd.nuals and applicable equipment documentation and appropriate maintenance training for Facilities Services Operations 01 customer department as required. G. Coordinate project activities \\ ith university departments and designers/contractors. Ensure routine. KcurJte and t1mel~/ communications to ali customers or. the status of the work. 7. Review and apprcwe invoices fo:- goods and services provided by designers and contractors for accuracy prior to billing. Undisputed invoices must be reviev.,'ed/approved within two business days of receipt. 8. Monitor design/construction scrvic:es contracts for compliance with contrd.ct requirements. 9. Review and validate ch<j.ngc orcer requests ~ubmittcd by project designers and/or contractors 111 a timely manner. J 0. Support the university in any di~rute that might arise regarding vendor performance. J J. Respond to all communications from the univerc;iry s Contract Administrator within one work day. 12. Ensure as-built documentation is received in accordance with the design and con:..truction contracts and t:" properly submitted w Faciiities Services. F Deliverv Schedule: Delivery or performance time shal: be estabiished and enforced for each individual project. nitial response w a \Vork Request shall be no mmc thar: three busines" days. G. Proiect EstimJtes: vv hen a Detailed Estimate is required. the Pro~ram Manager shall prepare the estimate using cost data frorn RS Means or other source(s) when apprnv~d by tile university. Prior to procuring construction services. the Prc g:ram!\1anagcr must ob~ain appnwal from the cuswmcr for the estimated cost of the project.

18 H. Service Goo.ls/Benchm::trks l. All work order requests for renovations proje~ts must be. formally responded to within two business doy:s of receipt. Budget Estimates a. \Vill be provided to requestor within five business days after initial site visit and confirmation of project scope b. Procurement of designtcomtruction services \Viii begin within ten business days after clients approval rn proceed has been issued. c. Estimates V.'ill be required to be \vi thin +1-20o/u of actual design/construction cost. 3. Detailed Estimates: a. \V"ill be provided to requestor \vithin ten business days after acceptance of the Budget estimate. b. Procurement of design/construction services \Vill begin within ten business days after clients' approval to proceed has been issued. c. Estimates v..rill be required to be v..'ithin +/- 10% of actual design/construction cost. L Management Reports: On a monthly basis. the Program \1anager shall generate the following Management Reports. \Vhere applic:jble. these reports shall be generated within the CM:VS:. Log of project requests by month, identified by those requiring a Detailed Estimate and those not requiring a Detailed Estimate. Requests requiring a Detailed Estimate shall show the date the request was received. date the requester was contacted and the date the estimate was delivered for approval. Any estimate not delivered within established time frames shall be fiagged and the reason for failure to deliver on time shall be explained. 2. Schedule of work to be performed showing the completion date of the estimate. estimated project cost. construction start date and projected completion date. All phases not completed within the listed time frames shall be flaggtd i.ind the rea~lm fur failure m meet the scheduied date shail be explained. This work schedule shall project work at least eight weeks into the future. 3. Estimate vs. actual cost with an exception report clearly explaining why projects exceeded the estimate. 4. Monthly reports to Virginia Tech that show contract period. the dollar volume. of work completed, work under construction and v.:orkcd hacklogged during the pa~t month. 5. List of projects bid. projects awarded. contractor's name and a list of prc-qualifje:.d contractors wh0 declined to bid on each project. 6. Schedule of work to be performed. 7. Customer work order completion comments. J. Accountin!:': Reoorts: On a monthly basis. the Program \fanagcr shall pwvide the following:. Budget. Status Report. Recc)J1ciliation of the Pro_icct Hn!ding Account.

19 3. Report of Small, \\.om:::rhr\\ nc d and iv!inority participation. K. Commencement of D.nd Pavmen: for Contract Services: The Program Manage; 5hall comm::nce mobilization and familiarization activities prior to actual work on individual delivery ordc;-s as s.oon afrer ::::ontrac~ av.-d.rd as practicable. The Program Manager should be full; mobilized and ready to m.:1nage construction services \o.'ithin 30 calendar day.-s of contract av~.- ard. Payment requests from the Program?\1anagc; shall b~ made on the same day each month as mutually Jgreed to b; the Program Manager and university. V. PROPOSAL PREPARATON AND Slll.\flSSO\: A. General Requirements 1. RFP Response: n order tu be comidered for selection, Offerors must suhmit a complete response to this RFP. One (1) original and four (4) copies of each proposal must be submitted to: Virginia Tech Purchasing Department (0333) 270 Southgate Center Blacksburg. VA Reference the Opening Date and Hour, and RFP Number in the lower left hand corner of the return envelope or package. No other distribution of the proposal.; shall be made by the Offeror. 2. Proposal Preparation: a. Proposals shall be signed by an authorized representative of the Offeror. All informarion requested should be submitted. failure to submit all information requested may result in Virginia Tech requiring prompt submission of missing information and/or giving a lowered evaluation of the proposal. Proposals which are substantially incomplete or la:.:k key information may be rejected by Virginiil Tech at it:::- discretion. 1\1andatory requirements are those required hy law or regulation or arc such thai the; cannot be wai\'ed and arc not suhject to negotiation. b. Proposals should be prepared simply and economically providing a straightforward. conc1se description of capabilities to satisfy the requirements of the Rl-'"P. Emphasis should be on completeness and clarit~, of content. c. Proposals should be organized in the order in which the requirements are presented in the RFY.\1: pages of the proposal should he numbered. Each paragraph in the proposal should reference the paragraph number of the corresponding section of the RFP. t is also helpful to cite the po.mgwrh number, subletter. and repent the text of the requirement as it appears in the RFl 1. f a response cuye.r.c, more than one page. the paragraph number and sub letter should be repeated at the top of the next pa~e. The proposal ~houid contain a table of contents which cross references the RFP requirements. nformation which the offeror desires to present that does not fall within any of the requirements of the lli'"p should be imened a. an appropri::tte place or be attached at the end of the proposal and dcsignatec as additional material. Proposals that are not organized in this manner risk elimination from consideration if the evaiuj.tors are unable to find where the RFP requirements are specifically addres:,ed d. Each copy of the proposal shuuid be hound in a single volume where practical Ali documentation submitted with the propo~al should be bound in that single volume. e. Ownership of all data. matenal and documentation originated <1nd prepared for Virginia Tech pursuan: w the R.FP shz!ll belong exclus1v::l:y to Virginia Tech and be subject to public inspection in accord:mce \\ i:h the Virginia Freedom of nformation ACL Trade secrets or proprietary information submitted by <J.n Offeror shall not be subject to public disclosure under the Virginia Freedom of nformation Acl. Hov"'~\'er. tn prevent dis:::losure the Offeror must invoke the protections of Section F of tf":e

20 Code of Virginia. m writing_. either before or at the time the data or other material:-. is submmed The VvTitten request must specificj]jy id::::mify the data or other materials to be protected and state the reason.~ why protection is necessary. The proprietary or trade secret material submitted must be identified by some distinct method such as highlighting or underlining and must indicate only the specific words. figures, or paragraphs that co:1stitute trade secret or proprietary information. The classification of ar. entire proposal document.. iine nem prices and/or total proposal prices as proprietary or trade secrets is not acceptable and mu_y result in rejection of the proposal. 3. Oral Presentation: Offerors who submit a proposal in response to this RFP may be required to give an orjl presentation of their proposal to Virginia Te::J:. This will provide an opportunity for the Offeror to cla; ify or elaborate on the proposal but \vill in no way change the original proposal. Virginia Tech will schedule the time and location of these presentations. Oral presentations are an option of Virgima Tech and may not bt:: conducted. Therefore. proposals should be complete. B Specific Requirements Proposals should be as thorough and detailed as possible so that Virginia Tech may properly evaluate your capabilities to provide the required services. Offerors are required to submit the following information/items a:-. a complete proposal: 1. Methodology, Senice Standards and Resources a. Provide a company organization chart. Provide the name of the specific individual who will be assigned responsibility for the Virginia Tech account and describe their experience and professional credentials. b. Provide 3 narrative regarding your approach toward providing the services described in this RFP. c. How does your company propose to track and monitor performance within the performance requirements defined in this RFP? d. Vv'hat. if any. established service standards for customer response and preparation of estimates does your organilation have in place? e. Describe the project cost and performance controls your organization currently has in place. f. Describe your anticipated on-site staffing Jevcis (type and quantity of positions) based on the historical project data included within the RFP? g. \Vhat other expcnise and/or added value \<.'ill your organization provide to!he JocalleJm and how will spikes in project requests be addressed? 2. Pricing Pbn: Based on the services described within the RFP. discuss the advantages/disadvantages of various pricing strategies(% mark-up. fixed hourly rates. etc.) that your company has worked \Vith previously. Exp!Jin hcl\\ you envision pricing your services for this.:::ontrjct and explain the collective benefits of this str:lteg) tor university and Program Manager. f awarded this contract. you will be required to hold your fees for the initial two year period of the contr<.jct. lf acceptable to the university. expiain how you would propose LO adjust fees upon renewal. ) Expe-rience a. Describe your firm s experience in providing similar program management services to other large organizations of comparabie size to Virginio Tech Hnv,; long have you held these accoum.~ : b. Describe y:our experience o; familiarity in working with Virginia Tech and/or another Highc;- Education client and its varic us facilities and operating locations. 1 :

21 c. dentify any recent exp~rienc~ with p; oviding 3 1 u Party services that replaced service~ pre\'iousl:; performed by an in-home staff! \\'har probl~ms or issues were encountered and hmv were tiley addressed? \Vhat should be our expectations for the length of the transition period? 4. References: Provide up 10 fi\ e refl::rences. preferably comp;mies or institutions of similar size to Virginia Tech, for whom your finn has provided similar type project serv'ices. Provide contact information for an individual with each firm thjt Virginia Tech may comact 5. Small. \Vomen-owned and Minority-ovmcd Business (SYVAM) Utilization: f your business can not be classified as SVv... A.. M. describe your plan for utilizing S\\lJV\1 subcontractors if awarded a contract. Describe your ability to provide reporting on SVv'A.M subcontract spending amounts when requested. f your firm o~ any business that you plan to subcontract with can be classified as SV/A~f. but has not been certified by the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise (DMBE). it is expected that the certification process \\'ill be initiated no later than the time of the award. f your firm is currently certified. you agree to maintain your certification for the life of the contract. For assist<mce \Vitll SV /AM certification. visit the D:\BE website at WW'.v.dmbe.vin:inia. >:ov. Any questions relating to S\VAM businesst~s or SV,/A:t\1 subcontracting opportunities can be directed to Mark Cartwright. the University's Assistant Director for Suppiier Di\ ersity. at 5.: or mcartwri 0. The completed and signed General nformation Form contained at the first page of this document. 7. The. return of signed addenda. if any. V. SELECTON CRTERA A:--lD A \YARD: A. Selection Criteria Proposals v.. ill be evaluated by Virginia Tech using the following: Methodology. Service Stand:1rds and Resources Pricing Plan Experience References SWAM Utilization \1ax.imum Point Val_ue Total 00 Selection shall be made of two or more offerors deemed to he fully qualified zmd best suited among tho,~~ submittinb proposals on the basis of tl; ~ evaluation factors included in the Request for Proposal. including price. if so stated in the Request for Propo::;aL :\"cgotia~iuns shall then be conducted with the offeror:., so selected. Price shall be considered, but need not be the soie determining, factor. After negotiations have been conducted wit!"'. each offeror so ~elected. Virginia Tech shall select the offeror \vhich. in its opinion, has made the best proposal. and shall award the contract to th:..tl offe:t1r. Virginia Tech may cancel this Request for Proposal or reject proposals at any time prior to ar: award. Should Virginia Tech determine in writing and in its sole discretion tr1j.~ only one offeror has made the best propos.:1l a conr: act may be negotiated and awarded to that offeror. The award document will be a contract incorporating by reference all the requirements. terms and conditions c1f thi.~ solicitation and the Program 1\Llr:J.gcr's proposal as negotiated. See Attachment B for sample contr<kt form. V. OPTONAL PRE-PROPOS \L COl\FFRE:\CE An optional pre-propo:;;al conference will be heid on Tuesday, ~ovember l 1 at 2:00 P1\1 in lhc Facilities Services Classroom. located in the Sterrett Facilities Co:nplcx (old 1vlaintenance Complex). The purpose (1f this conference is 10 allow potential Offeror:; an opponunit) to pr~scnt qu~stions and obtain clarification relative to an~ facet of this solicitj.tjon.

22 \Vhile attendance at this conference will not be a prerequisite to submitting a proposal, offerors who intend to submit J proposal arc encourjged to attend. Bring a copy of this solicitation with you. _,\ny changes resulting from this conference will be issued in 2 written addendum to this solicitation X. NVOCES nvoices for goods or services provided undc: any contract resultin& from this solicitation shall be submitted to Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State Lniversity Accounts Payable 20 Southgate Center Blacksburg, VA 2406 X. METHOD 0!' PA YME';T Virginia Tech v.'ill authorize payment to the Program Manager as negotiated in any resulting contract from the aforementioned Request for Proposal. Payment can be expedited through the use of the \Veils One.AP Control Payment System. Virginia Tech strong]~ encourages participation in this program. For more information on this program please refer to Virginia Tech's Purchasing website: vr.edu/denj.nment!\v cl!sonc.html or contact the person in Purchasing identified in the RAJ. X. ADDENDUM Any ADDENDUM issued for this solicitation may be accessed at htto://vvww.purch.vt.edu/html.docs/bids.nho. Since a paper copy of the addendum will not be mailed to you. we encourage you to check the web site regularly. X. <;;:ONJRACT ADMNSTRATJO"J A. Jim McCoy. Facilities Service:-, Contract J\..1anager. shall be identified as the Contract Administrator and shall use all powers under the contract to enforce its faithful performance. B. The Contract Administrator. or hi.c, designee, shall determine the Jmount, quantity. accepwbility. fitness of all aspects of the services and shjll decide all other questions in connection witl1 the services. The Cont; act Administrator_ or his designee, shall not have authority to approve changes in the services vvhich alter the concept or which call for an extension of time for this contract. Any modifications made must be authorized by the Virginia Tech Purchasing Department through a v.tittcn amendment to the contract. XJ. TERMS AND CO';DJTO\S This solicitation and anv resulrin!:': contra-.::l'durchase order shall be :overned bv the attached terms and conditions. ~ ~- ~ J XTV. ATTACHMENTS: Attachment A- Terms and Cunditions Attachment B- Standard Contracl Form

23 ATTACHMENT A TERMS AND CONDTONS RFP General Terms and Conditions.b_tJ..Q_:/vv \vw.purch.vt.edu/html.docs/terms/gtc RFP (} l.mif Special Terms and Conditions. AUDT: The Program Manager hereb~ agrees tn retain all books. records, and other documents relative to this contract for five (5) years Jfter final payment. or until audited by the Commonvvealth of Virginia, whichever is sooner. Virginia Tech. its authorized agents. and/()] the State Juditors shall h2cve full access and the right to examine any of said mjterials during said period. 2. AVALABLTY OF FLli\TDS: t is understood and agreed between the parties herein th<h Virginia Tech shall be bound hereunder only to the extent of the funds available or which mjy hereafter become available for the purpose of this agreement. 3. CANCELLATON OF CONTRACT: Virginia Tech reserves the righr to cancel and terminate any resulting contract, in part or in whole, without penalty, upon 60 days written notice to the Program Manager. n the event the initial contra(;! period is for more than 12 months. the resulting contract may be terminated by either party, without penalty, after the initial 12 months of the contract period upon 60 days written notice to the other party. Any contract cancellation notice shall nnt relieve the Program Manager of the oblig:nion to deliver and/or perform on all outstanding orders issued prior to the effective date of cancellation. 4. DRA \VNGS: The Prof':ram \1anager shall provide Virginia Tech a ciean set of reproducible ''as built" drawings and wiring diagrams, marked to record all changes made during installation or construction. The Program Manager shall also provide Virginia Tech with maintenance m.1nuais, parts list-.. and a copy of all warranties for all equipment. All "as buiit" drawings and wiring diagrams, maintenance manuals, parts lisrs, and warranties shall be delivered to Virginia Tech upon completion of the work and prior to final payment. 5. DE!\TFCA TON OF PROPOSAL E'iVELOPE: f a special envelope is not furnished, or if return in the special envelope is not possible, the signed proposal should be returned in a separate envelope or package, scaled and addres:.ed as follows: VRGL'\fl/\ POLYTECHNC 'ist!tl'te AND STATE l'!\versty Purchasing Department (0333) 270 Southga[e. Cenrcr Blacksburg, VA Reference the opening date and hour. and RFP!\umber in the lovver ieft corner of the envelope or package. f a proposal not contained in the special enveiope is mailed. the Offeror takes tbe risk that the envelope, even if marked as described above. may he inadvc.nently opened and the information compromised which may cause the proposal to be disqualified. No other corresp0ndence o:- other proposals should be placed in the envelope. Proposals may be hand delivered to the Virginia Tech Purchasing Depanmcnt. 6. NDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR: The Program?\"lanager shai! not be an employ-ee of Virginia Tech, but shall be an independent contractor. Nothing in this agreement shall be construed as autilorir; for the Program Manager to make commitments which ~hzlll bind Virginia Tech. or to otherwise act on behalf of Virginia Tech. except as Virginia Tech may expressly autllorize in writing. 7. NSURANCE: By signing and submitling a proposal under thi.s solicitation. the Offeror certifies th,1t if,1warded the contract. it will lla\'t': the following insurance coverages Jt the time the v.ork commences. Additionally. it will maintain tllese dming the entire term of the contract and that all in:;.u;;mce coverages \\'ill be provided b;' insurance companies authorized to sell insunmce in Virginia by the Virginia State CorporJtion Commission. During the period of the contract. Virgini2 Tech JTS2n cs the rrgh~ to require the Program Manager to furnish ccrtifjcates of insurance for the co\'crage required. NSURANCE COVERAGES A'iD Ll?\!TS REQURED A. Vv' orker's Compensmicm - Statutory requirements and henefirs B. Employers Liabilny- ), i:'

24 C. General Liability - $ combined single limit. Virginia Tech and the Commonweal til of Virginia sha!i be named as an additionai insured with respect to goods/services being procured. This coverage is to include Premises/Operations Li<:~bility. Products and Completed Operations Coverage, ndependent Contracto:-'s Liabili!y. Owner's and Contractor's Protective Liability and Personal njury Liability. D. Automobile Liability S500.00CJ.OO E. Builders Risk- For all renovation and new construction projects under $100,000 Virginia Tech will provide All Risk Builders Risk nsurance. For all reno\ ation contra:::ts, and new construction from $100,000 up to $ the Program Manager will be required to provide All Risk- Builders Risk nsurance in the amount of the contract and name Virginia Tech as additional insured_ All insurance verifications of insurance will be through a valid insurance certificate. The Program Manager.1grees to be responsible for. indemnify. defend and hold harmless Virginia Tech. its officers. a_;ents and employees from the payment of all sums of moile)--" by reason of any claim against them arising out of any and ali occurrences resulting in bodily nr mental injury or property damage that may h:1ppen to occur in connection \Vith and during the performance of the contract. includin~ bur not limited to claims under the Vv'orker's Compensation Ac t. The Program Manager agrees that it will at all times, after the completion of the work, be responsible for, indemnify. defend and hold harmless Virginia Tech, its officers. agents and employees from all liabilities resulting from bodily or mental injury or property damage directly or indirectly arising out of the performance or nonperformance of the contract. 8. NOTCES: Any notices to be given by eith-er party to the other pursuant to any contract resulting from this solicitation shall be in writing, hand delivered or mailed to the address of the respective party at the following address f to Program Manager: Address Shown On RFP Cover Page Attention: Name Of Person Si!:!nim.: RFP f to Virginia Tech: Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State Univetsity Attn: Tom Kaloupek Purchasing Department ( Southgate Center Blacksburg, VA and Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and StJte "Cniversit) Attn: Jim l\-1ccoy. facilities Services Contracts 'Mana get University Design and Constru:tion Department 112 Sterrett Facilities Complex Blacksburg. VA SAFETY: The Program Manage:- bears sole responsibility for the safety of its employees. The Program Manger shall take all steps necessary to establish, administer. and enfor:::e safety rules that meet the regulatory requirements of the Virginia Department of Labor and lndustrl (VDL!i and the Occupational Safety and Health Admmistration (OSHA). The Program Manager shall take steps as necessary to protect the safety and health of university employees, students. and visitors during the performance of their work. n addition. the Program Manager must ai.so provide the university with a \.\Titter safery program that it intends to follow in pursuing \vork under this contract. B:y entering into a contract with Virginia Tech, the Program Manager and its subcontractors agree to abide by the requirements described in Safety Requirements fof Contractors and Subcontractors locmed on Virgi1~ia Te:::h s EnvironmentaL Health and Safety Services (EHSS) V ieb site at this URL w.ehss.vt.eduipror::-am:j:::ontra.:to:- saferv.ohp. A copy of the publication may alw be obtain~d by contacting EHSS at 540/231- :/ol85. No vmrk under this contract will be permitted until the university is assured th:lt the Program Manager has an adequate safety program in effect l 0. SUBCONTRACTS: No portion of the work shall be subcontracted without prior written consent of Virginia Tech. n the event that the Program Manager desin:~s to subcontract some part of the work specified herein. the Program!\ianager shall furnish Virginia Tech the names. quaiific<ltions and experience of their pr(lposed subcontractors. The Program \hr.ager shall. however. remain fully liable and responsible fo: the work to he done by-' his subcontractor(s) and shall assure compliance with all requirements of the contract. ll. WORK STE DAT\1AGES: Any damage to existing utilities. equipment or finished surfaces resulting from th:.: performance of this contract shall b:: repaired ro the 0\\, ner's satisfaction at the Program Manager\ expense.

25 ATTACHMENT B Standard Contract form for reference only Offerors do not need to fill in this form COid'\10:\WEALTH OF VRGNA STAt\TARD COl\TRACT Contract Number: This contract entered into this day of -~- 20, by, hereinafter called the "Program Manager" and Commonwealth of Virginia. Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State University called "Virginia Tech". WTNESSETH that the Program Manager and Yirginia Tech, in consideration of the mutual covenants. promises and agreements herein contained, agrees as follows: SCOPE OF CONTRACT: Contract Documents. The Program Manager shall proyide the to Virginia Tech as set fonh in the PEROD OF CONTRACT: From through COMPENSATON AND METHOD Of PAY'\1E:\T: The Program Manager shall be paid by Virginia Tech in accordance with the contract documents. CONTRACT DOCUl'viEXT: The contract documcm.s shall consist of this signed contract. Request For Proposal Kumber dated. together with all written rnodific<tions thereof and the proposal submitted by the Program Manager dated _ and the Program Manager's letter dated, all of which contract documents arc incorporated herein. n WTNESS \\'HEREOF the parties have caused this Contract w be duly executed intending to be bound thereby. Program Manager: By: Virginia Tech By: Title,,

26 ADDENDUM# 1 TO RFP # DATE November 18, 2011 VRGNA POLYTECHNC NSTTUTE AND STATE UNVERSTY PURCHASNG DEPARTMENT (0333) 270 SOUTHGATE CENTER BLACKSBURG, VA ORGNAL DUE DATE AND HOUR December 6, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. ADDRESS ALL NQURES AND CORRESPONDENCE TO: W. Thomas Kaloupek, Director of Materials Management E-MAL ADDRESS: TELEPHONE NUMBER (540) FAX NUMBER (540) AFTER HOUR MESSAGES (540) Facility Renovations Program Management tem 1 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: B. Program Manager's workspace: Replace the first paragraph, 1n its entirety, with the following: 'The Program Manager shall set up and maintain an operations office in space provided by the university to receive and process work requests and to provide other management services as may be required for the effective supervision and execution of the contract. Some level of office furniture (desks, chairs, file cabinets, etc.) will be provided. Office computers, vehicles, cell phones and other such equipment shall be provided by the Program Manager. Utilization of university telephone and data services will be provided to the Program Manager by the university with actual costs to be reimbursed." tem 2 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: C. Staffing Requirements: Replace the first sentence in that section. 1n its entirety, with the following: 'The Program Manager shall be responsible for the sufficient staffing of its operation, including management/supervision, to meet the requirement of the project workload assigned in accordance with Section H. Service Goals/Benchmarks." tem 3 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: C. Staffing Requirements: Delete the last paragraph in it's entirety: 'The Program Manager shall comply with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act by implementing and maintaining appropriate safeguards to protect and prevent unauthorized release of student, faculty and staff non public information. Non public information is defined as social security numbers, or financial transactions, bank, credit and tax information. Sensitive electronic data must be encrypted, shredded or removed on a routine basis in accordance with university policies and procedures." tem 4 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: H. Service Goals/Benchmarks: Replace #1, in its entirety with the following: "1. All work order requests for renovations projects must be formally responded to within three business days of receipt." tem 5 ATTACHMENT A, TERMS AND CONDTONS 7. NSURANCE: Delete item E. Builder's Risk in 1ts entirety. tem 6 ATTACHMENT C, ATTENDANCE ROSTER FOR NON-MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL MEETNG HELD ON NOVEMBER 15, 2011 AT 2:00PM. All other terms, conditions and descriptions remain the same. The due date and hour remains December 6, 2011 at 3:00pm.

27 FULL LEGAL NAME (PRNT) (Compar~y name as 11 appears with your Feder a; Tax;Jayer NJmber) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (D#) BUSNESS NAME/DBA NAMETA NAME (f different than the Full Legal Name) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (f dr;terent thar, 10# above) BLLNG NAME {Company r1ame as 1\ appears on your rnvorce) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (f drtferent :nan Dit above) PURCHASE ORDER ADDRESS PAYMENT ADDRESS CONTACT NAME/TTLE (PRNT) SGNATURE (N NK) DATE E-MAL ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER TOLL FREE TELEPHONE NUMBER FAX NUMBER TO RECEVE E-PROCUREMENT ORDERS Fev'"''oa 1

28 '~1:bu11<2 Building Company ) Pmposal ORGNAL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVCES Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Facility Renovations Program Management BLAC<SBURG, VRGNA December 6, 2011 Vi, giniu Polytechnic nstitute & State University

29 December 6, 20 Mr. W. Thomas Kaloupek Virginia Tech Purchasing Department (0333) 270 Southgate Center Blacksburg, VA Mr. Jim McCoy Virginia Tech University Design and Construction 1 12 Sterrett Facilities Complex Blacksburg, VA RE: Proposal for Program Management Services Facility Renovations Program Management RFP # Gentlemen: ) We ore pleased to provide this proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management. Gilbane understands that this is o strategic initiative on your part, to obtain these important services in the most cost-effective manner possible.. A.s you read this proposal, you will see that we understand your needs and have systems in place to meet them. The team we propose has a wealth of experience in this role, working on higher education and similar campuses, and they already have established team relationships. The ore all professionals and will adopt to your culture. Gilbane is proposing o simple basis of compensation, at a very competitive rote, and we are prepared to start immediately. We have outlined our long history of experience providing similar services and provided references as requested. These clients will attest to our role as their trusted partner and our commitment to their satisfaction. Finally, we outline our approach to SWAM utilization, for which we ore recognized as a leader in the Commonwealth. Gilbane has a strong team, strong experience, and a strong commitment to you, our client! We look forward to discussing our proposal with you. Very truly yours, GLBANE BULDNG COMPANY John Taylor, CCM, LEED AP Vice President and Richmond District Manager Gil bane Building Company i 830 ~. Main St~eet 1 Suite 300 Richmond, VA (804) (main) (804) (fox)

30 Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Methodology, Service Standards and Resources Pricing Plan Experience References Small, Women-Owned and Minority-Owned Business (SWAM) Utilization General nformation Form Addenda Appendix Additional Material Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & Sf ate University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management

31 ,, ; ; Msthodclogy, Servic2 Standards and Rssources a. l)rovide 0 company orgoniz.:jtion c:-ocn. Prcvide the llot~le or the specif:c indi,iduol who.viii be OSSi jned respcnsibility fer t!~e Vir9in:oTecil,-:::;ccount oncj describe their experience and crcfessicnoi crede~-,tio!s. Project Organization Chart Virginia Polytechnic Edward Watson, P.E. Director University Planning Design and Construction John Taylor, CCM, LEED AP, V.P. Richmond District Manager PROJECT MANAGER Melanie Townshend, LEED AP Senior Project Executive Colin Robinson ADMNSTRATON AND PuRCHASNG Judi McCoy CoST ESTMATNG/ l'roject launch John Taylor, Jr. James Baldwin, LEED AP Mike Moubray. L Brian Thornton Alan Harris ~~~ Virginia Pclytec:hnic: nstitute & Star::= Ur.iver5iry Proposal for Facii1ty Renovations Progra;n Manogernent

32 ~ ~ ~-- 2 a. Provide a conlpony cr gonizoticn chart. Provide the nome of the specific individual who w"ill be assigned responsibi!ir1 fo: the Virginia Tech occouni and describe their experience and professional credentiois (cont.) Single Point of Accountability Section l,'r\<etflodology, ServiCe S!ancards ond R"'>ources Gil bane will assign Colin Robinson as Project l\ 1anager, providing a single point of accountability for daily operation on the Virginia Tech account. Colin has more than 15 years experience providing pre-construction and construction phase services for construction and renovation programs for higher education and other clients in Virginia. His experience includes V./Ork at Virginia Commonwealth University, University ofvirginia and the Virginia State Capitol. ( \ V../e feel that Colin is perfectly suited to this assignment because he previously managed a similar program management operation for Virginia Commonwealth University, completing over 200 projects in 4 years. "Throughout the project, Colin and his team conducted themselves very professionally, met deadlines, and maintained good communication with me and others associated with the project." Senior Management Oversight John Taylor, CCM, LEED AP, V.P. District Manager William H. Gooc:\,,in, Jr. ChCJin-nan, Construction CoH!lllhe'2 Richmond Performing A1ts Corporurion, nc. Mr. John Taylor, Vice President and Richmond District Manager will be the company officer responsible to Virginia Tech. John is a 30-year construction veteran currently overseeing the Signature Engineering Building project. Melanie Townshend, LEED AP, Senior Project Executive Melanie Townshend, Senior Project Executive, will guide and oversee the project, ensure that a! needed resources are provided, and monitor your satisfaction. Melanie is a 30-year veteran who has provided similar services in programs for Verizon, George Washington University, Howard University, Anne Arundel Medical Center and University of Virginia. She has also had the experience of being on the owners' side of the table, serving for two years as the Director of Design and Construction at the Medical Campus of Washington Hospital Center. John Taylor, Jr., Cost Estimating/Project Launch John :!\1. Taylor Junior \Vill provide cost estimating and project launch services to get each project approved and ready to start. He perfom1ed a similar role on our renovation programs for Virginia Commonwealth University. Judi McCoy Virginia Po!~ technic nstitute & Srate Universiiy P~opos;ol for Facility Renovotions Program /'Aanagcnlerlt Judi McCoy will provide administrative and purchasing support. Judi perfom1ed a similar role on our program for Verizon. As the \\orkload flexes, v-ie will assign the appropriate number of Construction Managers. James Baldwin, :"\1ike Moubray, Alan Harris and Brian Thornton are all experienced in this type of\vork and are all immediately available. James was on our VCU program team along with Colin Robinson and John Taylor, Jr. Mike has a mechanical systems background and ~ ""' ""' ""' ""' ""' ""' ""' ""' ""' ""'.,; "'' O ""' "'' ~~.,.,... -., --W} -...., Yl., -~~.., W , - Y.,..,., "'"

33 Section 1 Methodoiog;.-, Serv~ee ::tandcrds and R"ocurces Alan has an electrical systems background and both have worked with Colin and Melanie. Brian and Melanie are currently working together at University of Virginia. John Taylor, Sr. and Melanie Townshend have experience working with all listed team members. Colin Robinson has previously worked with everyone except Judi McCoy. Detailed resumes have been included in an Appendix Section. b. Provide a normtive regarding vour ac;prooch tunord crmiding the services described in this RFP The primary focus of Gilbane's approach is client satisfaction! The specifics of how our team is organized, the systems we use to monitor performance, and the individuals on our team are all designed to create an environment wherein the client's needs are always the highest priority. \Vorking in other university environments, we are acutely aware of the dynamic needs of the clients, working \\'ith clients who may have little to no construction experience, and balancing individual client needs with university requirements. The Gil bane staff is uniquely qualified to operate and thrive in the university environment.,; "':" ~~ John Taylor, Jr.!_ -.. Core Team Colin's core team of John and Judi will take in each project request, detennine AlE involvement, area of campus and then assign to the appropriate Construction Manager who will oversee the project from cradle to grave. Colin and Judi will track and report all costs, status of contracts, scheduled completion and other useful data. They will ensure uniformity in purchasing and administration of contracts. Construction Managers Each member of this group has the skills and experience to plan, coordinate, and manage all aspects of their projects from start to finish. The key value this provides to the clients is a consistent point of contact and a consistent relationship throughout the execution of the \Vork order. There is no need for the client to track multiple contacts, it decreases Joss of knowledge between various members of the project team, it decreases the overall number of communication channels which improves efficiency, and provides each Gi1bane Construction ~1anager with a sense of ownership of the work order. This sense of ownership and the responsibility to get it done motivates our Construction Managers to ensure that every aspect of the user's needs arc met. Focus Area Construction Managers n addition to managing the projects from cradle to grave, the individual project Construction Managers will be organized into focus areas for the campus. Each Construction Manager will be responsible for a given zone or area of the campus. By working in the same area of campus repeatedly, the Construction Managers become intimately familiar with the individual buildings, facilities staff, logistics, and existing conditions for the buildings they will be building in. There are several advantages to this approach: ncreased familiarity with building equipment and conditions assist during scope development with clients (e.g.~ in order to add a 40A dedicated unit for the chemistry Jab in Hahn Hall (a.k.a Chem!Phys) you will need to obtain service from the main switch because the distribution panels are already full, which will add cost to your project) ~ ncreased exposure to facilities requirements assists during construction (e.g. -the computer lab in Torgeson is always empty before 8:00am, so early morning is the best time to investigate above ceiling for the plumbing roughin).

34 ~ ~ Sectiun 1 _1,\ethoc.lulogy, Service Stcndc:rds and Re<:curces b. P~ovide a r',arrative regarding ym.rr approach toward pro';iding the services de~cribed :n this RFP {cont.) )> Repeated exposure to faculty and staff assists during planning and construction (e.g.- we just completed a project for Professor Thabet down the hall. \Ye can talk to him to see when would be the best time to coordinate the shutdown). This allmvs our Construction :vlanagcrs to become local area experts for their areas of campus. which ultimately serves to improve efficiency and makes it easier for the Construction Managers to interact and serve the individual clients. n order to prevent any gaps' between the Construction J\1anagers, the focus areas are overlapped and coordinated with Virginia Tech's facilities zoning structure to provide for additional coverage if and when needed for special projects or to handle spikes in work orders. Trade Contractors Gil bane is flexible in our approach to trade contracts. V/e can directly hold the trade contracts or manage contracts held by Virginia Tech. This is a strategic decision to make together. V./e also advocate the establishment of"tem1 contracts" for strong performer contractors \Vho perform frequently-needed services. This generally results in discounted pricing. We are familiar with the local contracting community, having contracted for over $40 million in construction value in the last two years in this area. c. How does your corn pony propose to track ond monitor performance w ithin the perfcrmonce requ:rements defined in this RFP? Gilbane brings a \Vealth of project documentation resources customized for university renovations prof,rrams ready to use on the first day. We have developed a customized database used to track all aspects of a multi-project task order contract, similar to the Virginia Tech renovations probrram. The database allows the project team to track each individual work order from issuance to final close out and maintains project specific details including. but not limited to: ssuance date First contact date Client contact information Estimate(s) Schedule Bid schedule Bid contract amounts Change orders Completion date Closeout date A sample of the tracking database updated to include Virginia Tech's specific requirements as listed in Section V. of the RFP is attached for reference in our Appendix section as Attachment B..,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,., "'., Virginia Polytecimic nstitute E~ State Univ;ors.ty Proposal for Facility Renovations Program 1\'.onagem<Ont...

35 n consultation with Virginia Tech, we will prepare customized "dashboard" reports so that you can see perfom1ance trends and data needed for your internal reporting. Along with tracking the overall status ofv...ark orders, Gil bane also tracks subcontractor and Construction "\1anager perfom1ance with the use of client satisfaction surveys at the completion of each project. A sample copy is attached for reference in our Appendix section as Attachment C. lt is a requirement that each Construction Manager obtain a completed client satisfaction survey prior to closing out each work order. All data is entered into the master database \Vhere it can be sorted and analyzed to ascertain areas of improvement for both the trades and Gilbane staff. We also use our regional Quality \1anager as a resource. The Regional Quality Manager visits each project at the start and goes through a 20-page checklist of typical project elements to help the team get off on the right foot. Gil bane's Project Executive and Project :\tianager will meet with Virginia Tech on a monthly basis to review overall job perfonnance. Work order volume, budgets, cost commitments, S\VAM, client satisfaction, Gilbane performance, and other important metrics will be reviewed and discussed to confirm that Gil bane is meeting or exceeding Virginia Tech's expectations for perfonnance. d. What, if any, estoblishe::j ser i::.:e stordords fo c:usiome: resoc.--,se and prepnrohon of estirnotes does your orgonizot:on hove in piece? One of the most important aspects of a renovations program is to deliver exceptional customer service to the individual clients on a consistent basis, and this begins with first contact after receipt of a work order request. Typically, Gil bane staff will make first contact with the client within 24 hours of receipt of a work order request and we mandate that first contact be made no later than 48 hours after receipt of a work order request. First contact is usually made via telephone call or with the client to schedule an on-site meeting to review the space and desired scope of \\'Ork v :ith the client. After first contact and an initial planning meeting with the client the majority of projects will follow a ty pical project process which we have outlined in the ftow chart on the fol!o\ving page. The Gilbane Construction ~-1anager will share the process flow diagram \vith the client with any project specific adjustments that need to be made. By providing the clients with this infonnation it assists them with an understanding of the overall process and time line for each step in the process. 'This also creates a covenant between the Gilbane Construction Manager and the client, wherein the Gilbane Construction Manager has a set of deliverablcs and an accepted time line that must be meet in order to keep the client satisfied. Based on previous experience with university renovation programs, Gilbane has developed a specific approach towards estimating and estimate quality control. Gilbane utilizes both internal and external estimating databases for the creation of project specific estimates. At the very beginning of the renovations program, the estimates will be based largely on our existing historical database and RS }...1eans and other cost indexes. Our internal database is called Cost Advisor and it breaks down the actual costs of past projects by program type. University libraries, chemistry labs. and donns all have unique cost factors. However, as the renovation program begins to build its own history of project. subcontractor, and material/ labor costs, these will be blended into a project-specific internal estimating database to assist Gil bane staff with estimating projects. -~ ~-----~ ~------,:;;.b::nw C'nl._-ji"J ~=c.o--.

36 ,-~ S'"(tion l lflethodology, S,;,rvic"' St(Jndnrcis and Peoo-.:rc'~'.... Project Process Flowchart d. VVhat, if any, established ser vice ::tandords for customer response and preparation of estimates does yol.-r or gonizaiion hove in place' (cont.) A/E " re~ujred New work ord~r generate<:! Oy 1/T and SSUed to GBC Wor~ order re 1ewed by Cohn and John for scope and staffmg GBC co~12.cts Planmng & De:sJgn Depl to scile::lule rev1ew meenng f/n <nm~ lnjujnces. AE ceqwremen/1111/ not be knm<n una/ -; ~ GBC works wnh P&D and Clte11t to com:act w1th AJE for reqmred servtces GBC manages A 'E through destgn phase to ensure nmeiy des1gn and oreparntton of documents l GBC re~1ews all des gn docume~s for ac~~rac)', code requ remems and gene11!l constr~~tabti1ty l Gl:lC lnwr[xlrates final des1gn documents m!o scope of wori< for cl1ent appro, al and Pre Q<tJiif,ed comracwr pncmg mwal mee11ng '-' conduc1~d \Wih rhe d em j Esttmate 1S not approved and cltent revtses scope to decre:lse estmtllte f esnmate ts requtred, Colm. John and CM wtll develop est.nnate >vt!hm 5 days based on 1nttial scope Joft.n ssues esorr.atc to clten! and sets up e:snmate revtew meetmg Esmnate ts not approved and cilent 'WlShes to cancel wmk order Pkarr not:!bill in,-:-rmj.! 11ru.. f o: th~ u.;rk order lift :"Yd~. Gi3C :rn!i wndud mim s ~irb tht c!irn!. On~ of :f,r mujt :mpm1sr.f ksjunj kamtd_(rom ourpmious n:not~tions wntrarts!j-\s th111 th.: Cor.smldron,\ian!l,_~T m, h.trge o( tht prqitcf ntdr lo.rpmd mor< 1imr u1th :,~e ciimtfaa :o(ua u.~en r<:n;;ins, Jropcs of JMJrk-. ertimau.r and pn.,~~~~ to <!JJ<rf r/jd our ir.u:tpn:tdt:orl or"tht di~ntj ned; and ~ :ptdatto!ts zs jhf!j' 11nd.ntood by GBC,;md H urcurak(l' inrorporur:;d mt<j tht!mjrkin,~ dtj;umatt..r. V<.r!riJit!!./Y bnin~ that mon lim.: rpm! JJ!i:h lbt di(r:/j and end urrrr at!ht beginm'\g o_/ti1e P17!Jed.. hdping tf,on undcr. 1und th~ pro.-~r.r. t~rminoiog; ;.~nd.ii.!nd:zrdpn;.-tias Jr:li T!:.wft in nnl un(y a smootbcrpr'j}~r: b:1,,u,o a h~trcr q11jii{) pf~:!i~ct,nth.~rt:jfa dienr.ill/1~/;j(f(j:. Esumate " approv~d L ~o A/E requ>red GBC PM asstgns Construcuon Manager (CM) to work order CM contacl5 client Wlthm 2 days of rece1pl of work order to schedule Hlltlal scope meeting CM and client meet to develop 1m11al scope and budget for project CM ami client determ1ne 1f a project cwmatc S requ1red for work order f esttmate LS not requtred. CM writes the scope of work for the work order and 1ssucs to chcr,t for revtew and comments CM and cltent meet to rcvtew scope of work, resolve any Olltstanding issues and sign scope to be l!->ed for pnct<1g Approved scope of work JSsued to pre-qualtfted contractors for pncmg and/or bid> Prtcmg is recetveci rev1ewed and negonated (when apphcable) With pre-ql!ahf ed low b1dder to ensure proper scope mcluswn l F1nal scope of wo(k, pnctng vanance from esumate (if!c([utred) revtewed Wlt~ cltent Once cltent JS sattsf1ed WJth fmal scope of work and pncmg, work order approval form ts stgned to reie:l..se (ibc to begm work " " ,.,..,.., Work" scheduled by the C\1 and coordmated 10 mmtm!ze tmpact to cljent and other tenants CM tnspe~t> projeu site.~nd regular tnter.als. develops rollmg punchltsts and performs quahty comwl dunes "' GBC Jnci pre qualtfted co~trac:or submtt asbdts and v:arranr; mformanon for fmai btllmg and paymenl The fl:1ai work oroe; ac~eptance form 1s tssueci w client for revtew, con~ctor and GBC performar.ce rot,c~>. ~nd S!~narmc to C{lnfirm,. that oll re<j~remcnts of :ne pro_,ect h" e occn corr:pietd and ~he one yea: "a,-;-:,.my penod 1s st~ned CM and cltent conduc: fmal walk throu~h to venfy all punchltst nems are complete, to revtew any owner tramtng Jtems. fiml quality check anj close,out of the project \Vben work is s~bstanttolly complete. CM and chem set up meenn!' to wa!k throu~h projcct to deveiop ftnal punchilst. P~nchl«t 1> completed Wltl"n 'days<:>( v,-,.]k lil10u<>h Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State Uni1 ersity Proposal for FDcility R<e-novmions Program Mcnagem.;n;

37 Section 1 Methodology, S<c:rvicc Standards and Reocurc~;os We track costs for each project completed and maintain this information in our internal database to develop site specific costs for the various divisions of "\vork and continuously update this information so we may provide the most accurate cost estimating for the clients. Based on previous experience at Virginia Commonwealth University, we found that the pre qualified subcontractors will have small variations between their costs for standard elements of work (drywall per square foot, painting per square foot, cost per door opening, etc.) and that they gain their competitive advantage based on current volume of work on campus and in their overhead and profit. Once the renovation program has an opportunity to dial in these specific cost components, we will be able to deliver clients estimates with an accuracy of ~i S% or better. We also track our overall estimating accuracy by trade, size/type of project, area of campus, and other factors to quantify our success and to determine if there are any specific areas that require improvement. By creating, utilizing and tracking a project specific database, we can effectively manage our ability to deliver high accuracy estimates to the clients in a timely manner. Vle understand that there may be "peak" times when a large number of estimates are needed at once in order to make strategic decisions or develop capital budgets. At those times we will supplement the on site staff with regional Gilbane resources or a Virginia based SWAM estimating consultant with whom we have a relationship,vj Associates. Gilbane will adjust our performance to meet your needs. e. Describe the project cost and performance controls your organization currently hos in piece. There are three primary project cost and perfonnance control measures utilized by Gil bane in our renovations programs: )o 1) Site specific estimating database > 2) The J 0% rule > 3) Established Standards of Work 1) Site Specific Estimating Database Control One of the best project cost controls we utilize is our site specific estimating database as outlined above. Having detailed knowledge of the typical costs for the various elements of work allows the Gilbane Construction ~1anagers to easily determine if a subcontractor is over-charging for a small project or change order on a larger project. This is a quick and easy reference for both Gilbane and the university to use to ensure that project costs are falling with the acceptable norms for the given scope of work. 2) The 1 0% Rule As a standard operating rule, no individual project should incur more than 10% of its original cost in change orders. Outside of selected circumstances, if a project is incuning 10% or more in change order costs, the project \vas either scoped improperly by the client or scoped improperly by Gilbane at the beginning of the project. Again. we track which Gilbane Construction Managers, which university clients, \Vhich subcontractors, which type of projects, etc. are failing the 1 OS--0 rule. This allows the Gilbane Construction Manager and Project Management staff to identify areas of improvement in cost control that we can then translate into more accurate project scoping, pricing and project execution.

38 Section l,y,ethodology, Service Stondurds and Resources e. Descr-ibe tl-ce pr c:.ject cost end performance contr ols your cr gonizciticn cur-rently hos in ;:;lace. (cont.) 3) Established Standards of Work After more than 0 years experience at Virginia Commonwealth University's renovations program, we learned that having a clearly defined Standard of Work requirement for the subcontractors is critical in delivering consistent, quality projects to the university. \Vorking with prescribed university standards (university standard carpet, paint, casework, etc.). Gil bane will develop a site-specific Standard of Work that outlines the basic scope requirements for each trade subcontractor working on renovations projects. The Standard of\vork scope is included in each project scope and outlines the expected performance requirements for the various elements of work. This tool is an essential requirement for the medium and smaller sized projects that do not require architect or engineer documents to complete, but still require a specification that outlines the requirements for products and execution of the work. This allows Gilbane, the university, and the clients to hold Gilbane and the subcontractors to an expected level of quality for all work. A sample of our Standard of Work scope is included in our Appendix section as Attachment D. f. Describe you~ omic:ooted on-site staffing leveis (type and quantity of positions) based on the historical pro.iect data ;nc!uded within the RFP? ' PROJECT ScALE PROJECT QUANTTY $4,001 - $10,000 so $10,001 - $25, $25,001 - $50, $50,001 - $100, $100,001 - $250, $250,001 - $2,000, Maintenance Reserve ($25,000 and up) 39 Total Projects 236 ' Based on the above table provided in the RFP as historical data, Gilbane proposes that a full time staff of seven will eventually be required. The staff will consist of one Project Manager, four Construction Managers, one Administrative position, and one Estimator. Gil bane's experiences is that a team of this size can handle renovations valued at $12 to $20 million "\Vhich appears to match your annual program volume. g. V'/hot mher expertise and,.'or oc-:::;ed value wiii f'our organization provid := to the iocc:d team and how wiil soikes in oroje::t reauests be addressed? The Gilbane team brings a \:Vealth of project specific expertise to VirginiaTech's renovation program. Our Project Manager, Colin Robinson, successfully worked as a Project Manager at our Virginia Commonwealth L'niversity renovations program for over four years, delivering consistent client satisfaction across the board throughout his tenure. Our team members also bring their previous experience at similar renovations programs to Virginia Tech's renovation program. Along with the technical skills required for this type of work, our staff has the unique set of soft skills required to successful operate within the university.' environment. Cnderstanding how w1iversity facilities groups operate, how the hierarchy of professor and department head works, how to work with and interact with clients who may ha\"e linle to no construction experience are crucial skills for a renovations program staff to posses and Gil bane is able to deliver this experience on day one. Virginia Polytechnic [nstituk,:;, State University Proposal lor Facility Re:novaricns Program f,~anogemenr

39 Secrion 1 Methodology, Service St<:~nd::HCs und f:esources = Delivering this experience to Virginia Tech on Day One provides the added value of a curtailed start-up cycle for the program to begin taking on work orders. As stated in the RFP, the successful contractor must be fully mobilized and ready to take work orders thirty calendar days after mobilization, and Gilbane has the systems. personnel and strategies in place to be 100% ready for work orders within thirty days of mobilization. Based on previous experience there are a handful of time frames when we typically see a spike in work orders: ~ Late March through April- clients who have summer projects to complete while students are out. ~ Late May through early July- clients viho either need to expend remaining money from budgets ahead of year end or clients who just received new budget money in July and are ready to begin new projects. ~ Late July through early August- rush \vork orders to complete just ahead of student arrival for fall semester. ~ Mid November through early December- clients who would like to get small projects completed during the Christmas and New Year's holiday while students are out. Understanding this cycle is the first step in managing spikes in work order requests. As detailed earlier in our proposal our staffing approach is to provide area experts across the project team which allows for a more focused and calculated approach to managing work order volume. This allov.'s the Construction Pdanagers to be more efficient and knowledgeable in their selected focus areas, which increases productivity and allows for a continuous approach to management. \Vhen work order volume spikes beyond a level for one individual Construction Manager to successfully manage, our model allows us to supplement that Construction Manager with another focus area Construction Manager whose workload is not as high. Linder the scenario, the focus area Construction Manager still manages the first contact with the client and uses their unique knowledge and skills for their area to globally manage the work orders, while the supplement assistance focuses on subcontractors, site visits and tracking progress. This approach maintains the specific knowledge of a selected area governing the overall work order load and prevents the team from sending a project manager who is less familiar with a given area in to an area blind with no other assistance. Our Project Executives will also meet with you regularly in order to be aware of reorganizations, special events and new programs which may result in spikes. V;rginio Comn1onweolth University Renovctiom Progrcrll

40 Pricing Plan Based on the serv;ces des:cribec wirr.:n +-re :::;.,~~ :<scu5s :he odvonto<;;es/disodvontoges of various pricing strategies{~-~ rrcrk-up, f;xed hourly ro~es, etc.) that vcur comprjny has worked with previously. Exploi:~ f-c\v vou env:sicn pricin;j your services for h1is contract and explnin the collective bene~i1s d this str c:e;;}"' Fer ur.iversity and Program Manager. f awarded rhis contract, you \viii be re(_jl;ired to :-~o:d vour fe~s for the initial two year period of ~he contract. f ac.cer:;tuble to the university, exp!ain hew you Yvould propose to odjust fees upon renewal. For services similar to those described by the RFP, Gil bane has been compensated by several methods including: hourly rates: cost plus a fee: and a flat percentage of the construction cost. V../e are able to structure all-inclusive hourly rates but this puts more cost risk burden on the owner and leads to continual "judgment calls" about the number of personnel required. t can be difficult to predict the personnel needed and for how long, so you may not know your full cost exposure in advance. Similarly we have projects where we are compensated for our actual labor and other expenses plus a (profit) fee. This has the same unpredictability as the labor rates, and makes the billing into a cumbersome document of copies of timesheets and paid invoices. We have found that the simplest method is the fixed percentage. You can estimate the cost to you based on your anticipated volume of construction. The invoicing is straight-forward. Under this method, we accept the cost risk of staffing ro meet the volume of work. Gil bane proposes to provide the required services for 9.9 percent of the cost of the work. This percentage includes our labor and office expenses, home office personnel, insurance and professional fee. This fee would be in effect for the entire t\\.'0 year term. Occasionally, a project or location does not lend itself to being overseen by a roving team. f we mutually agree that a project requires dedicated supervision beyond the team approach, we would offer to provide a dedicated construction manager for S49.72 per hour, in addition to the percentage. i f we are approved for contract renewal and the general expectation for \vork volume is not changing, we would propose to increase our percentage to 0.2 for the second two-year term. This adjustment accounts for our normal personnel wage change. j Virginia Polytechnic nstitute 3. State Univ<2rsity Proposal for Facility Renovations Pro9rom.JV,onogenlent

41 1.:: Experience o. Describe your firm's -:;>xpel"'ence in prm id:ng s;:nii:jr orogrom management ser\'ices to other lon;e orgon~zotior s cf comparable size to V:rgir tio Tech. How :on~ i10 "2 you he:d tnese accounts? \Vith 138 years in the industry and more than 180 task order and/ or strategic alliance-type projects totaling S8 billion in the last ten years alone, Gilbane has the necessary experience and national depth to bring value-added services to the Virginia Tech Facility Renovations Program. V/e realize that many of our clients have construction needs that ftucruate dramatically and quickly. Gil bane responds to this need by providing facility and project management services in addition to our core services. This allows our clients to benefit from specialized services for unique projects. :-.To matter what the size of the project, Gil bane makes customer satisfaction our top priority. $8 billion Giibone has completed more than $8 billion worth of task order and/ or strategic alliance-type projects in the lost ten years alone ;; ' Gilbane responds to the construction needs of our clients for whom construction is a non-core business and includes work such as management of capital improvement programs or seasonal peaks of construction activity. From a new data center to updates to a physical plant, clients look to Gilbane for these complex and challenging projects. Our services extend to management of continuous multiple special projects throughout a client's geographic footprint. We can also support clients who require technical expertise beyond the capabilities of their existing staff. Please refer to the following pages for a national comprehensive listing of comparable project types completed in the last five years. Start and completion dates are listed for all projects. il!,.! National nstitutes of Health (NH) ntegrated Service. Provider (lsp) Building 10 Revitalization Program Bethesda, MD Construction Cost $170,000,000 ntegrated S rvice Provider (SP) to manage and implement renovations-and move monagem_ent for l_oborotories; offices and animal facilities for various bui[dings thot.wh provide swing space for the Building 10 Revitalization_ Program and related projects on the ma(n campus of the Notional nstitutes of Health. Gilbone is providing pre-construction and construction phase services, as well as tronsition planning and management.se_rvices for renovation tasks. Gil bone has been successfully delivering assignments under this ten-year task order contract since 2000 and has delivered more.than $100 million in construction project work. Start- Completion.Dates 01/03-02/12 Virginia Polytechnic lnotii"ute & Si ote Univer~iry Proposq\ for Facility :<-2novmions Program,'v\oilo~emetlt

42 -~ Section 3 Er;perience c.:. Describe your firm's experietlci:' in prov;ding s::nilur program monogenlent services to other lmge orgonizctions ol cornporoble size to Virginia Tech. How long hove vou heic these accounts? (ccr',t.) Cuyahoga Community College Program Management Cleveland, OH Construction Cost $90,000,000 ntegral program management services to Cuyahoga Community College, the largest community college in Ohio serving more than 55,000 students. Gil bane works with the college to support more than 30 active construction projects taking place on three campuses and other off-campus locations. Additional 75 projects ore in early design stages or hove been completed. Several projects are seeking LEE0C~-NC v2.2 Silver Certification. Start- Completion Dotes 01/09-12/11..._.. NASA JohnGienn Research Center 540 Program Contract #NAS Cleveland, OH Construction Cost $1,430,000 Scope of work included rebuilding a number of GRC test focilities and relocating the equipment froffi those facilities, while ensuring NASA's m!ssion to do res~arch is not disrupted. Projects included nstalling a liquid hydi'ogeti_-transfer station, altitude combustion stand research building -and reloi:oting 0 chemical - storage-facility. - - Start- Completion Dates 06/01-08/08 '.. Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSFC) Cleveland Metropolitan School District Cleveland, OH Construction Cost $1,500,000,000 Program management services for $1.5 billion school renovation and modernization program that includes over 120 facilities serving more than 7 6, 000 students throughout the Cleveland area. Ten projects are currently in design and are all seeking LEED for Schools Silver certification. Start- Completion Dotes 01/03-08/13 New Haven Schools Capitol Program New Hoven, CT --Construction Cost _ $1,100,000,000 Citx-wide schoor construction program including 46 schools over' 14 )t_ears. ConstruCtion and reno_votion program includes overseeing the- implementation of the master fodlities plan, contract_ administration, schedule and. budget review and development Start_- Completion ~ates 02/98-09/12 Verizon Communications Master Agreement Providence, Rl Construction Cost $30,000,000 j Three-year master agreement to perform construction management services. Projects included renovations to various facilities within the New England and Eastern New York Verizon Communications footprint including environmental upgrades, space work, exterior renovation, roofing and collocation. Start - Completion Dates 01/06-12/ Virginia Polytechnic nstit-ute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Prograrn 1\'\anagemcnt

43 Secrion 3 Experience 3 ExxonMobil Houston, TX Construction Cost $3,128,000 Variety of_ outsourcing support for complete project delivery for various projects including fa<;ode renovations, office-build-outs and a 500,000 SF warehouse. This was a task order driven contract for severo\ different assignments including scheduling and project management at several different sites. Start - Completion Dates 11/00-12/09,, ' i ' :,.,_.., NASA Lyndon 8. Johnson Space Center Houston, TX Construction Cost $13,000,000 Contract services classified into the following main categories: \. program oversight, inspection and field support construction, operations and maintenance;. management services; ll. budget and project construction estimating, constructobility and other pre project planning services; V total building commissioning; V. sustaining engineering and LEED services; and V. office engineering/special engineering. This is Gilbone's fifth, five-year consecutive NASA award. Start- Completion Dates 09/08-12/09 California PolytechniC (Cal Poly) State University Engineering/Architecture Renovation/Replacement Phase lib San Luis Obispo, CA Construction Cost $23,000,000 Gil bane provided construction_ management services in Support of Col Poly's staff for construction of a new-building for the College of Architecture cind Environmental Design. Additionally, Gilbone provided renovation-to seven locations in four different buildings; as well as renovation to the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Support was provided on on asneeded basis for projects- ad-ministered by.the U0iversity's Facilities Planning and "Capital Projects Deportment. Start- Completion Dates 09/06-10/08 Program Management Experience Please refer to the following pages for project description sheets on program management and CM Agency projects that are very similar to the VirginiaTech Facility Renovations Program. \Ve believe that this list speaks to the variety of projects we can handle simultaneously. Many of these programs sustained over several years, allowing us to become trusted partners of the executives at these institutions. t! i l_i,._, ;, : ' Gilbane BuiiJing Compan:'

44 4 Section 3 Experience o. Describe your firm's experience in pmvic;ng simiicr program rncnogement services to oth~r orge organizations of CO;llporoble size to Virginia Tech. i---1ow long have \iou iie!d these accounts) (cont.) PROJECT NFORMATON Architect: CR Goodman Associates Project Square Feet: 560,000 Construction Cost: $320,000,000 Completion Date: October 20 l 1 Delivery Method: Program Management This project is received LEED Gold Certification Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Moncgement Anne Arundel Medical Center East and West Campus Expansion Annapolis, MD Gilbane is providing program management services to Annapolis, Maryland-based Anne Arundel Health System for their multi-phased, campus expansion program including two new buildings, four new garages, and more than 50 renovations/ tenant fit-outs. Our on-site team of construction management (CM) and transition professionals are serving in the capacity of owner's representatives, coordinating their activities and directing the design team, trade contractors and associated vendors. Below a list of tenant improvement projects, projects associated with the construction and transition into a new patient tower, as well as general ongoing campus renovations: > Power and AJC Upgrade for the Data Center., New~mpus-wide Signoge., ntegrated fire alarm systems into one campus wide system with centralized controls., ntegrated multiole paging system into one campus wide system., Upgraded campus wide tvvo-way emergency communication system., Extended cellular coverage throughout 95% of the campus buildings., Temporary Emergency Department Emergency Department Renovation., Materials Management Renovation Temporary Microbiology Lab., Three New Parking Garages., Parking Garage Addition., Administrative Office Renovations., Micro Core Lab Renovation Executive Offices Construction Linear Accelerator Addition New Gas Utilities New Loop Rood

45 Section 3 Ex:perienc>C> = ' ;"_ -:..: l'''~l-t " : i i,- - ' "~ ~: ' College of DuPage Facilities Moster Plan Glen Ellyn, llinois Gilbone provided program management services for the College of DuPage's $300 mhiion FacHif1es Master Plan. Acf1ng as on extension of the College's Facilities Planning and Construction Deportment, Gilbane's responsibilities included, but were not limited to, setting and managing the project schedule, controlling the budget, supervising the design process from programming through construction documents, facilitating all user and NE meetings, defining project deiiverables, and administrative content and construction. The seven-year master plan included numerous projects, such as three new major building add.1tions for nstructional space and student services, health and natural sciences, and business and community education; new parking decks; major interior and exterior renovations to the main campus' existing buildings; campus infrastructure and utility upgrades; major demolition and site restoration; renovations/additions to three off-site regional centers; site improvements of the main campus' roadways and walkways; and athletic field revisions and additions. Addif1onally, the program has on emphasis on sustainability and life-cycle studies. PROJECT 11'-lFORtv',AOH Architc:::t: OWP/P Wight & Company Project Square Feet: 995,000 Construction Cost: $300,000,000 Completion Date: December 2006 Delivery Method: Program Management - ' ~ ' )!,f ;( Educational spaces feature statet::ct-the-art technology throughout the classrooms; a 125-seat, tiered lecture hall with the same technology; an outdoor learning lab; 40-station computer lob; a collaborative lounge and study zones. Other spaces include on approximately 3,500 SF common area featuring hyo levels of open space with ornate stairs and second level balconies; a small recessed slab area designated as an amphitheatre; skylights; an environmental educational science center dispersed throughout the space; consolidated adjunct (part-time) faculty space in a "hotel" concept; a loading dock; and a mobiie technology dock Gilbane Building Company

46 ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--~~~---~ ~- Section 3 Experience o. Dc::;cribe your firm's experience in providin9 similar program management services to other orge orgonizotions of compmoble size to Vi1 gi1lio Tech. Hmv long hcve ','CU h o:dd tj-:ese occour.ts? (cont.) PROJECT NFORMATON Architect: Various Architects P1 oject Square Feet: Various Projects ~ l ' < Construction Cost: $313,000,000 Completion Date: June 2008 Delivery Method: Program Management Foothill-De Anza Community College District Measure "E" Bond mprovement Program Los Altos Hills, CA This bond-funded construction program was a seven-year vision consisting of new construct~ renovations and deferred maintenance projects spread over two college campuses: Foothill and De Anza Colleges. The program included over 200 individual projects ranging in scope from $100,000 to $20 million, including the LEED Platinumrated Kirsch Center at De Anza College. Notable projects included the Science Building, the Student and Community Services Building, the Center for Environmental Studies, a 400-car parking structure, classroom and laboratory renovations and infrastructure projects, administrative office renovations, a new child-care center, new student centers, and a new science building. Gil bane approached the scope of services with an initial 90-day work plan that included the development of a program mobilization plan, a master schedule and program budget design criteria and standards, a program-wide contracting strategy, a procedures manual for bidding and construction and a community outreach program. The initial work plan also included updating the NE/CM selection criteria, RFP's, contracts, and general conditions. The plan created a solid foundation for achieving the project goals and communication among all team members. Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & Slate University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management

47 Section 3 Experience =- PROJECT lt JFORM/l.TCN Architect: Multiple Proiect Square Feet: 4,200,000 Construction Cost: $1,500,000,000 Completion Date September New Haven Schools Capital Projects New Hoven, CT Delivery Method: Program Management Gilbane is providing program management services for a 46-school construction and renovation program involving 4.2 million SF in the city of New Haven, Connecticut. The $1.5 billion, 14-yeor construction program includes renovation, demolition, new construction, and relocation for site-specific requirements of an entire state of the art K-12 school system, collegiate level athletic field-house, central kitchen and ancillary facilities. Services began in 1998 and are anticipet~d to continue through School construction spans across ali grade ieveis from Pre-K through High School. Completed projects range from 35,000 SF to 322,000 SF. Upon completion of the program, Gilbone will hove brought on line 15 totally new schools and 31 completely renovated schools. The project is the largest scilool construction program in the state and the largest per capita in the country. Th"ts program has been lauded as a landmark model for its unique project approach and broad success in achieving goals in energy conservation. The Mayor's Energy Task Force for the City of New Hoven, together with Gi!bane and the School Construction Program have advanced a significant High Performance Schools nitiative that has successfully reduced operating cost and set an example for social consciousness. Since 2003, through the implementation of the High Performance Schools, overage system wide building energy efficiency has improved by 70% --and is estimated to produce total utility cost savings ranging from $40-60 million over the next 20 years Gilbane Building Compan)

48 -= Section 3 Experience a_ Describe your firm's e;..,per'ence in providing similcr pogrom management services t o other orge organizations of comparable size to Virginia Tech. ~ov,' long ho\'e yo,u held these accounts? (cont.) PROJECT NFORtvi.ATON Architect: Studio JAED ' ' Project Square Fc<2t: 3,000,000 Construction Cost: $130,000,000 (Pha'e ) Completion Date: Ongoing (multi-project) Delivery Method: Program Management Providence Public Schools Master Plan Providence, Rhode sland Gilbone is providing progr~ management and construction management services for the City of Providence as part of a comprehensive, long-term, educational facilities improvement plan that will address the current and future needs of the City's educational facilities. Gilbane will ultimately be responsible for the overall planning, design, and execution of the city's capital improvement plan. Gil bane along with the City of Providence, the Providence Public School Deportment, and the architects have all compiled collected data into a Facility Moster Plan, The Facility Moster Plan is focused on major renovations and building replacements while simultaneously addressing worm/safe/dry [i.e. health, safety, boilers, and roofs] projects in the other school buildings. This approach will shift the building improvement efforts from a reactive repair program to a proactive renovation/building replacement program that better meets the City-'s educational needs. The work is scheduled around non-school hours and vocation periods particularly summers for more extensive work. The primary strategy for transforming Providence Public School Deportment facilities from their existing conditions to state-of-the art facilities is through school-by-school renovation and replacement projects. The comprehensive renovation and replacement strategy is essential because: ~ t minimizes students' exposure to risk by consolidating work into o single phase while students are removed from the facility ' ' t supports redesign of buildings as High Performance schools that will enhance delivery of educational programming in 21st Century learning environments t provides o better framework for quality control and is more costeffective than multiple small projects at a single site The Facility Moster Plan proposes to add four phases with six-to-eight schools per phase until all Providence schools scheduled for continued use ore renovated or replaced. Virginia Polytechnic lnsritute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovatiom Program Managemen~

49 Scciion 3 Experi2nce c PROJECT HF0Rt0.ATON Architect: Dubose Associmes Project Square Feet: 800,000 Construction Cost: $ Completion Date: September 2007 University of Rhode sland Dormitory Renovations Kingston, Rhode sland Gilbone provided program management services for ti\~_university of Rhode sland's (UR) three-phased dormitory renovation project that began in The schedule averaged the renovation of two buildings per year over a seven-year period. Renovations began with the freshman village as port of UR's goal to enhance and modernize the school's appearance and create a recruitment incentive for incoming students. At Barlow Hall and Weldin Hall, construction included new entrances, lounges, resident assistant offices, and new elevators. New roofs and windows were added, interiors were retrofitted, and all new MEP systems were installed. Delivery Method: Program Management Housing and Horne Finance Agency 1\1\erit Award Gllbane's team encountered a unique challenge at Bressler Hall and Butterfield Hall. The structural concrete walls were in need of repair, but could not be demolished and replaced. To solve this problem, the walls were patched and covered with pointable, fabric wallcovering giving a fresh, new finish to the students' rooms. n addition to building renovations, Bressler Hall also received a new entry addition and new elevators were installed in a new tower addition at Butterfield Hall. The renovations of almost every dormitory on campus required extensive pre-planning. As program manager, Gilbane took the lead in developing a master schedule for the project over the course of several years. This schedule outlined a path that allowed the least amount of disruption to the students as possible. Scheduling utilized winter breaks and summer vacation times to minimize disruption. The detailed master schedule became the ultimate tool through which all projects were managed and completed successfully. Gilbone also provided design and construction phase program management services for the construction of a new dining hall building. The project consolidated and replaced two existing dining halls. Giibane Building Co1npany

50 10 Section 3 i Experience a. DescriOe your firm's exper:ence in providing similar c-rogram rr.cnagerl'ent services to other orge organizations of comparable size to Virginia Tech. hew long ~<ave you neld these accounts? (cont.},, ~ ~-._.,. ' ~- ~- ~ PROJECT lr'-formaton Architect: Unassigned Project Square Feet: Not available Total Cost: $1,934,000 Completion Date: November 2007 Delivery Method: Program Management ~ v.. ~~ ' Virginia Commonwealth University Academic and Health Care Campus Renovation Richmond, VA Gilbone provided program management services to Virginia Commonwealth University overseeing their campus wide renovations program. Our on site team of construction managers served as owner's representatives managing renovations projects that ranged in value from $200- $2,000,000, coordinating the design team, trade contractors, university facilities and associated vendors. The project team worked directly with the users to develop scopes, estimates, schedules and then managed the construction phose of each project through completion and owner sign off.!-" Below is o sample of renovations projects completed by the Gil bane team: ~ OR 5 New Medical Boom and General ~ Relocate Loser Microscope Sanger Hall Renovation ~ Abate School of Business Floor Tile ~ Fronkiin Street Gym Office Renovation and Renovate Classrooms ~ Main Hospital PACU Suite Renovations ~ Student Commons Elevator Upgrades ~ Microbiology Laboratory Renovation Fume Hood nstallation in MSB nstall Bike Rocks Across Monroe Campus Repairs to TLS Building Auditoriums from Roof Leak Demolish Old Student Life Center Building -----> _ o=uctj'lew_sucio<;ej'o~ Virginio Polytechnic nstitute & SrGtc Univers( race Street Proposal for Facility Renovaticns Program Manogemcm ~ Renovate Franklin Street Arts Building Classrooms and Offices ~ nstall Animal Cage Washer Songer Hall ~ Structural Repairs to N Deck Parking Facility ~ nstall Handicap Access to Library ~ nstall New AN Systems Medical Teaching Suite Songer Hall ~ Convert Barbershop to Alcohol Holding Facility ~ Renovotiorl-s-cto--cP"h-o-rm--o-cy---,S'Ct-o-ro_g_e - ACC Building

51 Section 3 Experience PROJECT NFOR/vt1.TON Architect: Connon Design, nc. Project Square Feet: 250,000 Construction Cost: s 170,000,000 Completion Date: February 2012 National nstitutes of Health (NH) ntegrated Service Provider (SP) Building l 0 Revitalization Program Bethesda, Maryland Delivery Method: Design-Build Under a 10 year ntegrated Service Provider (SP) contract Gil bane is providing comprehensive design and construction services; FF & E procurement and installation coordination; building commissioning; and relocation management services for the Naf1onal nstitutes of Health Building 10 Clinical Center on the main campus of the National nstitutes of Health. This program has included renovation of BSL-2 laboratories, offices and building infrastructure to consolidate and support research operations within the building. These efforts have induded 54 renovation task orders and research and administrative space spread throughout 16 floors of building 10, and its related infrastructure Gil bone Building Company

52 ~---~ Section 3 E:zperience n. Describe your firm's experience in providing similar program monogemellt services to other orge organizations of comparable size to Virginic:; Tech. How long hove you held these accoun~s? (cont.) P..dditional Listing of P~/\ and CJv\ Agency Projects Please see the following additional list of projects that we feel best represent our national Program :Management or Ci\1 Agency project portfolio. Lamar Consolidated lsd Bond Program, Rosenberg, TX Gilbane provided Program Management Services for Lamar Consolidated S D's multi-phased, multiple school construction project that was port of a bond program. Gilbane oversaw work at 2 new elementary schools, additions and renovations to 5 schools, renovation to 1 l schools and renovations at 4 other district facilities. The project also included district-wide upgrades to fire systems, phone systems, security systems, and land acquisition for future schools. Start- Completion Dates: 06/04-07/07 Construnion Cost: $147,000,000 Type of Services: Program Management New York Office of General Services (OGS) 2007 Term Contract, Albany, NY Gilbane Building Company is currently in the loth year of Project and Construction Management term contracts for the New York State Office of General Services on multiple projects throughout the state. The Gil bane personnel, which are individually interviewed and approved by OGS, function as on extension of the OGS staff to oversee and manage capitol projects. Start - Completion Dates: 09/07-12/10 Construction Cost: $ 14,116,000 Type of Services: CM-Agency Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSFC) Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cleveland, OH CM agency services for $1.5 billion school renovation and modernization program that includes more than 120 facilities throughout the Cleveland area. Ten projects ore currently in design and ore all seeking LEED for Schools Silver certification. Start- Comoletion Dates: 01/03-08/13 Construction Cost: S 1,500,000,000 Type of Services: CM-Agency ~ Virginia Polytechnic lnstitul-c? & State Universit- 1 Proposal for Facility Rtmovations Program Manage1nem

53 Section 3 Experience Southwestern Community College Music Buildings and Road Renovation, Chula Vista, CA Gilbone provided PM/CM and ancillary A/E services on an as-need basis to support a variety of existing and future projects administered by the Division of Architecturci Services for Southwestern Community College District. The highlight of these services was the l 00,000 sf, $12 million renovation of two existing music buildings. Start- Complc,rion Dates 04/07-10/08 Consrruci-icn Cost: S 12,000,000 T; pe of Services: CM-Agency University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Gilbane Building Company, in association with H. J. Russell Company as minority business partner, is serving as Construction Manager providing pre-construction and construction services to the University of Virginia. The scope of the building program encompasses approximately $175 million of demolition, new construction, renovations, road re-routing, utility connections and electrical upgrades. Start -Completion Dates: 04/08-03/12 Construction Cost: S 175,000,000 Type of Services: CM-Agency West Valley-Mission Community College District, Saratoga & Santa Clara, CA The Measure H bond issue in 2004 allowed the College to implement a number of facilities projects including renovations, replacement of old facilities, and the addition of two new instructional facilities, as well as a more prominent gateway to the campus. Projects range from infrastructure upgrades and modernization of facilities to a complete reconfiguration of Mission College. Several projects ore targeting multiple levels of LEED v3 Certification. Start- Completion Dates: 01/10-01/13 Construction Cost: S200,000,000 Type of Services: Progrom Management ---~ Gilbone Bu:iding Compo:w

54 14 Section 3 Experience b. Jescribe your experie~ce or forniliority in working with Virginic Tech ondi cr onmhcr Higher Educutior. c!"rent and its various focilitres and cperot:ng!ccctions. lrl rhe lost frve f'c'c:ns ulcrle, Griborle has bl,iit o, er 137 higher educotron pr.:-~ecs wrrh comb:r,ed cor:strucrron costs over Oil!io:l1tlut eq.jgtes to over 20 million squcrc feet Gil bane is one of the nation's leading builders of educational facilities as ranked by Engineering Xni's Record Magazine. This honor results from a focused commitment to the educational market and a long history of hard work and excellence in program and construction management. n fact, nearly 43~-o of G ilbane s current \vork is with the education sector offering the Virginia Tech a wealth of best practices, lessons learned and expert management talent. n the last five years alone, Gil bane has built over 137 higher education projects with combined construction costs over $4.7 billion that equates to over :?.0 million square feet. Please see the following pages for a listing of selected higher education facility project experience. -~-~~-~---- ~--- Virginia Polytechnic lnstitut2 & State University Proposal for Focility Renovations Program Management

55 ~ Section 3 Experience Higher Education Project Experi ence George Mason University Physical Education Building Expansion, Fairfax, VA Renovation and expansion to the existing Physical Education Building at GMU's Fairfax campus, now called Recreation and Athletics Complex (RAC). The renovation/expansion work conducted by the team focused on making this new expanded facility o primary recreation destination on campus and more than doubled the capacity. Owner: George Mason Universi':y Architect: Ewing Cole Total Square Footage: 116,166 SF Construction Cost5: S27J21,000 Start-Completion Dotes: 09/ /2009 Type of Service: CM-GMP George Mason University Life Sciences Laboratory Building, Fairfax, VA The new 75,000 SF building includes research and support spaces for the Center for Appl"1ed Protem'1cs and Molecular Medicine (CAPMM), Univers'<ly Research Labs (BSL~ 2), shared support facilities and incubator space to support up and coming businesses with shored interests. Proteomics, the study of proteins, is the new frontier on molecular medicine. Owner: George Mason University Architect: Connon Design Total Square Footage: 75,000 SF Construction Costs: $25,000,000 Start-Completion Dates: 07/ /2013 Type of Service: CM-GMP George Mason University Student Upper Level Housing, Fairfax, VA 105,000 SF mixed-use facility that provides 152 units of upper level student housing, specifically suited to GMU's College of Science medical education students, and retail space on the ground floor. Owner: George Mason University Architect: Connon Design Total Square Footage: 105,000 SF Construction Ccsts: S8,000,000 Start-Completion Dates: 07/ /2012 Type of Service: CM-GMP Gilbane Duiiding Company

56 ~ Section 3 Experience b. Describe your experience or font!iioritv ir~ -,.,ori,i:lg.vi,h \/irginio Tech o1-1d,ior another Higher Education client :Jnd its various facilities and operating locc-.::ons. The College of William & Mary ntegrated Science Center, Williamsburg, VA The ntegrated Science Center is designed and constructed to support teaching and research for the departments of Biology, Chemistry and Psychology. A new building has been constructed adjacent to the existing chemistry building. Following the completion of the new facility, the existing chemistry building was renovated. The new building is a three story structure with a partial exposed ground floor/basement and is connected to the existing chemistry building. Owner: The College of William & Mary Architect: Moseley Group Total Square Footage: 162,000 SF Construction Costs: 548,189,224 Start-Completion Dates: 02/ /2009 Type of Service: CM-GMP University of Virginia Mcintire School of Commerce Rouss and Robertson Halls, Charlottesville, VA 23,523 SF renovation of historic Rouss Hall on the Lawn at the University, and a 124,067 SF new expansion wing, comprising the new home of Mcintire School of Commerce, the undergraduate business school. Owner: University of Virginia Architect: Hartman-Cox Architects Total Square Footage: 146,590 SF Construction Costs: $50,000,000 Start-Completion Dates: 12/ /2008 Type of Service: CM-GMP University of Virginia PCC Annex, Charlottesville, VA Demolition of 5,000 SF building. Construction of 14,000 SF of prefab building and associated utilities. Owner: Universitv of Virginia Archilect: Train & Partners Architects Total Square Footage: 19,000 SF Construction Costs: 54,000,000 Start-Completion Dares: 05/ /2010 Type of Service: CM-Cost Plus a Fee Virginia Polytechnic lmtitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management

57 - Secrion 3 bperience ' Virginia Comm. College System {VCCS), Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) Medical Education Campus, Springfield, VA New medical education community college campus with 121,000 SF of medical industry training programs and a 750-car parking garage linked to the building through a multi-story atrium. Facility includes teaching space for nursing, medical, dental, pharmacy, imaging, emergency medical services and related health sciences industry programs to accommodate J,500 full frme students. Owner: No. Virginia Community College Architect: Lukmire Associates Total Square Footage: 121,000 SF Construction Costs: $27,569,000 Start-Completion Dotes: 06/ /2003 Type of SerYice: CM-GMP Virginia Comm. College System (VCCS), Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) Loudoun Campus Phase ll Academic Building, Sterling, VA New 3-story, 53,000 SF learning resource center, 15,000 SF addition to the existing science building and a 7,000 SF addition to the existing Veterinarian Technology Bu"dding. This project is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Certification. Owner: Virgin"ro Community College Systems Architect: EYP (Einhorn Yaffee Prescott) Total Square Footage: 75,000 SF Construction Costs: $26,375,000 Stort-Complcrion Dates: 05/ /2012 Type of Service: CM-GMP Virginia Comm. College System (VCCS), Tidewater Community College Learning Resource Center, Virginia Beach, VA CM at risk services for the joint use learning resource center and library. The planned 120,000 SF facility will integrate the functionality and services of a campus library and a public library. The building will utilize state-of-the-art computer technology and audiovisual media, including wireless connectivity; and will house spaces for the print, media and electronic collections, open computer labs, study spaces, a children's section, a teen area, meeting rooms, display areas and cafe. Owner: Virginia Community College System Architect: RRMM Architects Total Square Footage: 120,000 SF Construction Costs: $28,233,296 Smrt-Com pietion Dates: 08/ /20 12 Type of Service: CM-GMP Gilbane Building ComporT,

58 18 Section 3 Experience 1 b. Describe your experience or famii'iarity ir w::jr,..:.ing vvith \iirgir io Tech and/or another Higher Education client and its various facilities and operming loco~ions. Virginia Comm. College System (VCCS) John Tyler Community College (JTCC) Phase Building, Midlothian, VA New construction of a 60,000 SF classroom building that features a new library, student lounge, bookstore and on entire floor of new laboratory classrooms. This project is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Certification. This will be the first LEED building in the Virginia Community College System. The building's green features include a garden roof, low VOC paints and sealants and recycled materials. Owner: John Tyler Community College Architect: Burt, Hill (Fmr. Burt/Hili!Kosor/Rittelmonn) Total Square Footage: 60,000 SF Construction Costs: S 19,834,457 Start-Completion Dates: 04/ /2009 Type of Service: CM-GMP Virginia Comm. College System (VCCS), Northern Virginia Comm College (NVCC), Alexandria Campus, Bisdorf Build Addition & Renovation, Alexandria, VA New four-level, 75,000 SF addition to Bisdorf Building on the community college's Alexandria campus. Addition will include a mix of labs, classrooms, and office space. Also 22,000 SF renovation to existing building. This project is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Certification. Owner: Virginia Community College System Architect: EYP (Einhorn Yoffee Prescott) Total Square Footage: 97,000 SF Construction Costs: $20,872,000 Start-Completion Dates: 09/ /2009 Type of Service: CM-GMP Virginia Commonwealth University James W. and Francis G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center, Richmond, VA New administrative offices, classrooms, state-of-the-art simulation teaching laboratories and research laboratory spaces to meet the needs of the School of Medicine. Demolition of the A. D. Williams Building and connecting pedestrian bridges. Specifically required is abatement of asbestos, lead paint and other hazardous building materials. Historic features from the building will be saved and either integrated into the new building or salvaged. Project is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Cert. 0\vner: Facilities Management Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners/ he Bollinger Company Total Square Footage: 200,000 SF Construction Costs: $93,639,199 Start-Completion Dates.: 09/ /2013 Type of Servic2: CM-GMP Virginia Po!ytcdmic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program tv'.anagement

59 Section 3 Experience Virginia Commonwealth University Snead Hall School of Business and East Hall School of Engineering, Richmond, VA New 262,000 SF building to house the Snead Hall School of Business and East Hall School of Engineering. The engineering school will mostly house labs for materials testing that are very similar in size and shape. The business school is more complex and contains a mix of tiered seating lecture halls, standard classroom space, and faculty offices on the upper floors. Owner: Virginia Commonwealth University Architect: Mose!ey Group Total Square Footage: 262,000 SF Construction Costs: $69,529,812 Start-Completion Dotes: 08/ /2008 Type of Service: CM-GMP Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State University Signature Engineering Building, Blacksburg, VA This $68 million, 157,500 square feet foot facility will house a number of departments and programs and will consist of classrooms, instructional laboratories, research laboratories, offices, and a centrally located public atrium. The atrium area makes the "signature research facility" visible, attractive, and accessible to the Virginia Tech student body, private sector collaborators, and the general community and includes a monumental stair, cafe, instructional "showcase" lobs, general classrooms, display and exhibition space, interactive kiosks providing information to visitors, and access to the auditorium. Owner: Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State University (Virginia Tech) Architect: Zimmer Gunsul Frasco Total Square Footage: 157,500 SF Construction Costs: $68,000,000 Start-Completion Dates: 07/ /2013 Type of Service: CM-GMP Giibone Builciing C011lpany

60 -~-----~~~~-~~ 20 Section 3 Experienc2 c. lc.e:ltify Gil)' re.;:::ent expe. ience with providing Jrd Party servict:s that reclcced services previously perforrned by on in-house staff? VlhGt pr cbie 1-;s or issues sere encountered and how were they addressed:=> \1/hc-:: shojid be our expectations for the length of the transition period? n our programs for Verizon and for VCU, in-house staff were displaced at the onset. \Ve actually hired some VCU staff for our team, but generally vve recognize that the out-sourcing decision represents a desire for change. We carefully select and coach our staff to be sensitive to this issue. Y../e meet with all stakeholders and persons affected when we roil out a program such as this. Our team understands that we have to "sell" ourselves to all of these individuals by providing positive initial contacts. Time spent together is the best way to form the necessary new relationships. Typicai!y the transition takes 60 to 90 days. Virginia Po!yt8chnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program MGnogern'2nt -...-: '.,... _.- ~" i

61 References Provide up to five references/ ~re+er-ob cc,mponies cr institutions of similar size to Virginia Tech, for whom your firm has,'oviged simi:cr f1 pe pro}ect services. Provide contact information fer on indivigt_;ol v. th eoc~ firm that Vir ;:Jinio Tech may contact. Below you will find Gilbanc s references for institutions of similar size and for whom we've provided similar type project services to Virginia Tech. Virginia Commonwealth University Academic and Health Care Campus Renovation Owner Mr. Donald Cosgrove Director of Construction Management Virginia Commonwealth University 700 W Grace Stree~ Suite 1600 Richmond, VA Office: (804) Fax: (804) Notional nstitute of Health ntegrated Service Provider Owner Mr. A. J. Hull, Jr., C Liaison (former Project Officer) Division of Property Management Office of Research Facilities Development & Operations National nstitutes of Health Building 13, Room 2\V Rockville Pike Bethesda, MD Cell: (301) Office: (30 ) Fax: (301) University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Owner Mr. Sack Johannesmeyer Director of Facilities Planning & Construction University of Virginia 575 Alderman Road Leake Building Charlottesville, VA Office: (434) Fax: (434) Virginia Polytechnic lnstitut<> & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program /v\anogcment

62 2 Section 4 References Provide up to five references, preferably cor-nponies or institutions of similar size to Virainio Tech, for whom you; firm h :Js provided similar t1pe project ser-vices. Provide contact information for on individual wi-th each firm :hot Virginia Tech may contact. (cont.) Anne Arundel Medical Center East and West Campus Expansion Owner Ms. Carolyn Core Senior Vice President. Strategic Planning Anne Arundel Health System 2002 Medical Parkway, Suite 5.50 Annapolis. MD Office: (443) Fax: (443) , Foothill-De Anza Community College District Measure "E mprovement Program Owner Mr.!\1ike Brandy Foothill-De Anza Community College Dist El Monte Road Los Altos Hills, CA Office: (408) Fax: (650) ' Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management

63 Small, Women-Owned and Minority-Owned Business (SWAM) Utilization f your business con not be classified as SV/AM, describe your pion for util~zing SWAM subcontractors if owcrcied o conrroct. Describe your obiiity to provide reporting on SWAM subcontract spending amounts when req-.jested. SWAM Methodology Gil bane has a long-standing commitment to maximizing SBE/MBE/"V/BE participation on all of our projects. Unlike most major construction management finns, we have been working with small business. women and minority contractors, and suppliers for more than 30 years. V'/e recognize the importance that 'Virginia Tech places on SWAM participation for all projects. 6 'Y../c commit our full resources to the development of a plan that will meet or exceed VirginiaTech's requirements. We exceeded the 20~,() (achieved 22%) SWAM participation goal on the Medical College of Virginia Hospital (MCVH) Gateway project, for the Virginia State Capitol Restoration and Extension project we exceeded the 20% goal to achieve 29.5%, and we also exceeded our goal of20% on the VCU Snead Hall, School of Business and East Hall, School of Engineering project to reach 29%. Currently, on the Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building proiect, we ore Oil track to reach 53% on SWAM participation. \Ve will use our SWA~l participation program from these projects as our template, and develop a specific program for the Facility Renovations Program Management contract to meet or exceed the VT's objectives. virg;~ia c;m,:;.;-onwealth University School of M"dicir,e SWAV.. Outrecch For~ml SWAM Outreach Plan Gilbane's SWAM Coordinator, Valerie West, based in our Richmond office, will work closely with the project team to define and implement our S\VAM program for this project Valerie is currently functioning in a similar role for the VT Signature Engineering Building, VCCS Tidewater Communicy College Leaming Resource Center, Virginia Commonwealth University School of}.1edicine, "University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center, and Yorktown Victoi)' Center projects. Our project team will institute several major initiatives to achieve our goals, including a full day(s) SWA\1 Outreach Forum designed to giye local SWA~ 1 contractors information about the project, as well as to provide a netv.iorking opporrunity benveen prime contractors and SWAl'v1 contractors. Vie will devote all of our regional resources to ensure a significant and meaningful SWA!\1 participation program on the Facility Renovations Program Management contract. Proactive Strategy For Maximizing Small, Women & Minority Business Enterprise Participation SWAM procurement will be an integral part of our overall procurement plan. Our plan consists of eight key elements: Tidewater Community Colleqe Leornino Resource Cen'ter SWAM Outreach i )' Research and update our di\ersity resource listing for S\\ AM certified firms Trade contractor/vendor outreach Trade contractor/vendor C'\'aiuationipre-qua!it1cation and SWAM ceniiication SWAM procurement forec::j.sl Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Manage1nent

64 ~ ~ Section 5 Small, Women-Owned and Minority-Owned Business (SWPJ..A) Utilization if your business COil not be classified as SWAM, describe your pion for utilizing SWAM subcontractors if aworced o contract. Describe vour ability to provide rep~rting en SWAM subcontract spending amounts when requested. (cont.) Bid packaging strategy to expand opponunities for SWA:Y1 panicipation S\VA\1 procurement and reporting Dispute resolution procedures Long-tenn business de\elopment Qualified bidderstsupp\icrs and S\VAM entities will be defined in accordance with Virginia Tech's policies and procedures. Flllther elaboration on the key elements of our SWA:v! plan is as follows: SWAM OUTREACH FoRUMS. Research and Update our Diversity Resource Listing for SWAM Certified Firms Gilbane already has a substantial, detailed listing of diversity resources, compiled from internal and regional agency resources. Our team will use this list to conduct outreach and inclusion programs for this project. This list contains over 400 minority business enterprise, small, small disadvantaged, disabled-veteran, and woman-owned small businesses who may be potential trade contractors, trade contractor staff resources or material vendors from the surrounding three-state region. We will contact and pa11icipate with other local and regional associations which are involved with S\VA.J\.1 companies, including: ~!\1ontgomery County Chamber of Commerce., Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce Virgiriia Commonwealth University School.of Medicine SWAM Outreach. Forum University ofvirginia Lee Street Medical Center SWAtv\'Outreach Foi"um > NAACP ~ Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce ~ Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council ~ Associated Builders & Contractors ~ Associated General Contractors. Trade Controctor;Vendor Outreach As pan of our commitment to meeting anticipated participation levels, Gilbane will host a SWAM trade contracting forum and "match-making session'', similar to that accomplished for the VT signature Engineering Building, VCCS John Tyler Community College Science Building project. CVA Lee Street \1edical Center project, MCV Hospitars Gateway Project, the VCU Snead Hall, School of Business and East Hall, School of Engineering, Richmond CenterStage, and the Virginia State Capitol Restoration and Extension projects. The goal of these forums is to introduce S\\AM firms to the Gilbane team and discuss real contracting opportunities on the Facility Renovations Program \hnagement contract. Richmond CenterStoge MBE Outreach Forum Tidewater Community College learning Resource Center SWAM Outreach Forum Our team will initiate several major initiatives to od1ieve V's SWAM goals. Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management

65 Section 5 i Small, Women-Ovined and l'f.inority-owned Business (SWJ:>v'Vl) Utilization ll. Trade Contractor;Vendor Evaluation/Pre-qualification and SWAM Certification During the notification process, significant trade contractor/vendor data is obtained from each respective entity. We then evaluate this infonnation to verify trade contractor/vendor capability to meet performance, schedule, and financial requirements. ~kasures for evaluating and selecting minority suppliers and trade contractors include: A review of the supplicr/;rade contractor's history for providing identical or similar items or services An assessment of the supplier/trade comracwr s capability based on evaluation of its facilities, personnel, and programs An evaluation of documented qualitative and quantitative information provided by the minority supplier/trade contractor Reference checks Local City/County Certification Proof of nsurance Proof of Bonding Capacity (if necessary) Audited Financial Statement (if necessary) Gil bane will require all potential SWA:rvf contractors and vendors to submit a current, valid letter of certification from the Commonwealth \Vith their fim1 data. V. SWAM Procurement Forecast History has taught us that by careful research and evaluation of S\VAM firms during the pre-construction process, we can forecast potential SWAM procurement based on the S\VAM capacity in the particular market sector. A matrix can then be developed to project probable outcomes for SWAY1 participation. Once the bid package estimate is finalized for the project, Gil bane will assign a target percentage of S\VAM participation in that bid package. This approach has the distinct advantage of measuring our progress relative to our targets for SWAM participation as the project progresses. Gilbanc recognizes the importance of obtaining maximum participation in each work category in order to achieve the overall goal. University of Vir ginio Lc>e S~reet M2drccl Cer'ter S\VcM O~...trf.'uch Forum Gil bane \Vill encourage local prime majority trade contractorsi\'endors to team with SWAM trade contractors/vendors in a joint Yenmre andior mentor/protege program. (Mentoring programs have been used in the public and private sectors to encourage business relationships between larger (majority) trade contractors and S\VPu'\1 trade contractors. These programs heip trade contractors obtain necessary skills and make contacts with prime contractors. One example is where SWAM trade contractors firms with specific needs (for example, improved skills in estimating, scheduling, negotiation \Vith major suppliers and manufactures, material procurement cash flow management, bonding, etc., are paired with majority trade contractors. The SWAM trade contractor has a staff member "'shadow" the majority trade contractor until those skills are developed. Through this program, business opportunities for SWAtv1 fim1s are fuj1her promoted v-.-hile at the same time creating a larger pool or competent and reliable majority and SWAM trade comranors.) Conduct pre~bid conferences we! in advance oftbe bid date to assure a complete understanding of our S\\-'A\f Program requirements. Gilbane Building Company

66 4 Section 5! Small, Women-Owned and Minority-Owned Business (SWAM) Utilization f your business con not be classified as SWAM, describe your plan for utilizing SWP.,/V\ subcontractors if owarc'~d o contract. Describe your obility to provide reporting on SWAM subcontract spending amounts when requested. ( COilt.) V. SWAM Procurement and Reporting To monitor actual progress against the commitment, Gilbane will provide comprehensive monthly SWAJ\1 participation summary reports to Virginia Tech. Additionally, Gilbane will require that each trade contractor submit status reports with their monthly pay requests identifying their respective S\VA:\1 pa1iicipation on the project. Gil bane \Vill require that all SWA.l'v1 contractors have current and valid letters of certification from the Commonwealth. Copies of these letters of certification will be fmwarded to Virginia Tech for its use in documenting SWAJ\.1 utilization for the project. Data will be consolidated and reports prepared as requested by Virginia Tech including the following criteria: ~ johll Tyl~r c~~m~ni;y College~ SWAM Outreach John Tyler Co~'munity College SWAM Outreach Virginia Polytechnic: nstitute & State Universitv Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Managernent Confirm and document acceptable "good faith etto1ts" on the part ofgilbane, suppliers and contractors to obtain SWAM panicipation in the performance of contracts. )> Define procedures by which each bidder shall submit SWAM participation statements. The panicipation statement shall indicate that the bidder ha..~ a valid anangement \\'ith the SWA~vf enterprise. Determine specific guidelines by which a supplier or trade contractor may count towards its S\VAM goal only contracts or purchase orders to tim1s that perf01m a commercially-useful function in the work of the contract in areas for which the SWAM is certified. Develop specific requirements for reporting executed anangements with the S\l./AM; notarized sworn statements executed by the majority trade contractors/vendors to reflect the current status of effective and projected payments to SWAM firms. V. Dispute Resolution Procedures (if necessary) Gil bane believes that a productive \vork environment is maintained when common goals are established and a!! participants in the construction process have equal responsibility to carry their own weight. Occasionally, conflicts arise betvieen prime (majority) trade contractors/ vendor and S\\'AM trade contractors/vendors. These disputes often result from contract tcm1s, schedule concems and overall job performances. They are usually resolved by the parties involved. Hm\'e\'er. in some instances the issues between a prime (majority) trade contractors/vendor and S\VAM trade contractors/vendor are iiteconcilable. Gilbane will act as an impartial mediator to hear both sides of the issue if initial efforts on the part of the prime (majority) trade contractors/vendor and S\VA... \1 trade contractors/vendor have not produced a resolution. V. Long Term Business Development Gil bane is committed to giving SWAM firms the tools necessary to become and/or remain strong, viable, and value-added contractors in the Valley community. To that end, we will implement our!ong-tenn business development strategy as follows: Assist them in undersmnding CPM scheduling, how it pertains to their trade and interrelates to other :rade contractors for a project Assist them in de\ eloping a manpower analysis relative to this project for their work. Advise them hov..:ritical it is to understand how many workers they need at various points in time to meet a schedule and preserve their profit margin. Developing a stan-up and close-om checklist as it pe1iains to their trade Daily repon \\Titing for work they perform on a project Proper billing for cash management and control Safety plans and repm1ing for their trade. ~,..

67 Section 5 Small, Women-Owned and Minority-Owned Business (SWA-M) Utilimtion... Hcm.r and when to increase bonding capacity so that their \'Olume of work can increase mplc:menting proactive business acquisition techniques to build their business for years to come These business development techniques will not only benefit S\VA~1 firms during the Facility Renovations Program _\,1anagement conrract, but will benefit them for years to come. SWAM Case Study: Recent Example Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building (SEB); Blacksburg, VA The Engineering Building", which began construction in July 20 ll, is considered to be a- " signature" research facility. Designed by Zimmer Gunsul Frasca (ZGF), the SEB will J house a number of departments-and progr~ms and will consist of dassrooms, instructional _.t laboratories, research laboratories, offices, and a centrally located public atrium, all totaling.j 157,500 square feet Gil bane. was required to me~t a specific SWAM-goal of 40% for this project. Several strategies were implemented to exceed this goal: ~ An outreach Was- held, connecting major-ity and SWAM firms for networking opportunities. ~ A pre qualification rev!~w was conducted as part of the outreach, to walk the subcontractors through ibidpro,_the online prequalifying we~site. ~ The-project team, including the SWAM Coordinator; reviewed the bid results and identified where a~ditional "MBE participation should be included.- ~ Specific match~making sessions were held with prime contractors with no or low SWAM participation, All of these effortsresulted in currently surpassing the 40% goal to reach 53%. n addition, the 5% goal for womencowned and minority-' owned business participation is currently exceeded to reflect 8% and l 13% respectively. -")- Gilbane Building Com!Jany

68 Section 5 Small, \Vomen-Owned and Minority-Owned Business {SWAM) Utilization f your business con not be classified as SYVAM, descr-ibe yourpion for utilizing SVYAM subcontractors if oworcjed a contract. Describe your ability to provide reporting on SWAM subcontract spending amounts when requested. (cont.) Record of Success! University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Proje0s VCCS John Tyler Community College Science Building Richmond CenterStoge Medical College of Virginia 'Gateway' Hospital University of Virginia Mcintire School of Com~erce Virginia Con1monwealth University School of Business/School of Engineering Virginia State Capitol Restoration and Expo_nsion Virginia Commonwealth University Renovation Program ( l st Term Contract) Towson University Center--for-the Arts Johns Hopkins UniverSity Peabody nstitute Renovations Holy Cross Hospital George Washington University Elliott School of nternational Affairs & 'Residence Hall VCCS Northern Virginia CommunityCcillege Medical Education Campus Boord of Public Works New State_Forensic Medical Center $130 million 40% 54% $20 million 20% 58% $65 million 15% MBE 22% MBE $37.9 million 20% 22% $42 million 0% 17% $69 million 20% 29% $75 million 20%. 29% $5 million 20% 31% $39.6 million 20% 30% $20 million 0% 37-% $42.2 million 0% 61% $57 million 0% 21% $28.1 million 0% lo% $43.2 million 25% 34% Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State Univ~rsity Proposal for Facility Rcnovotions Program Management

69 General nformation Form The completed and signed Genecl!nformo-:-ion Form contained at the first page of this document. The completed and signed General nformation Fonn can be found on the following page. Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State Univorsity Proposal for Facility Renovotions Program Monageme".t

70 RFP GEC'iERAL ll\tor~1aton FOR:V!. QUESTONS: All inquiries for information regarding this solicitation should be directed to: W. Thomas Kaloupck, Phone: (540) , 2. DUE DATE: Sealed Proposals will be received until December 6, :?.011 at 3:00 P:\1. Failure to submit proposals to the correct location by the designated date and hour will result in disguuliiication. 3. ADDRESS: Proposals should be mailed or hand delivered to: Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State University (Virginia Tech). Purchasing Department, 270 Southgate Center l0333), Blacksburg, Virginia Reference the Opening Date and Hour, and RFP Number in the lower left comer of the return em elope or package. 4. PRE-PROPOSAL CO~FERENCE: See Section Vffi_ for information regarding a pre-proposal conference. 5. TYPE OF BUSNESS: (Please check all applicable cl:::~ssifications). Tf your classification is certified by the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise, provide your certification number: For certification assistance, please visit: h ttp:/ va. us/swamcert. h tml. X Large Small business- An independently owned and operated business which, together with affiliates, has 250 or fewer employees or average annual gross receipts of $10 rr.illion or less averaged over the previous three years. Department of Minority Business Enterprise (DMBE) certified women-owned and minority-owned business shall also be considered small business when they have received DMBE small business certification Women-owned business- A business concern that is Jt least 51% owned by one or more women who are U.S. citizens or legal resident aliens, or in the case of a corporation, partnership. or limited liability company or other entity, at least 51% of the equity ownership interest is owned by one or more women who are citizens of the United States or non-citizens who are in full compliance with the United States immigration law, and both the management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women who are U.S. citizens or legal resident aliens. Minority-owned business- A business concern that is at least 51% owned by one or more minority individuals (see Section , Code of Virginia) or in the case of a corporation, pannership, or limited liability company or other entity, at least 51% of the equity ownership interest in the corporation, pannership, or limited liability company or other entity is owned by one or more mjnority individuals and both the management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more minority individuals. 6. COMPANY NFORMATO!\'/SGNA1LRE: n compliance with this Request For Proposal and to all the conditions imposed therein and hereby incorporated by reference, the undersigned offers and agrees to furnish the services in accordance with the attached signed proposal and as mutuallv a!!reed ~pon by subsequent ne!!otiation. FULL LEGAL NAME (PRNT) (Comoany name as ir apro:an "-"llh your FE!kral Taxpayer "um'>er) Gilbane Building FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER (rd#) BUSL.'\JESS NAMEJDBA NAME!TA ;\'AME (f different than the F~\1 Legal ~arne) FEDERAL TAXPAYER NUMBER ilfd1ffere~! rha.1d# a:mve) Gilbane Building Company BLLNG NAME /Comp~ny name"-' 1t appears on your mvoke1 FEDERAL TA.XPAYER 1'-iUMBER (jf different than jd# above) Gilbane Building Company PURCHASE ORDER ADDRESS PAYMENT ADDRESS 830 E. ~1ain Street. Suite E. \1ain Street, Suite 300 Richmond. VA Richmond, VA CONTACT NAME/TTLE (PRNT) John Taylor, CCvL LEED AP/ Vice President, Richmond District Manager SG~ ~~ ~ 1-"' -,~,J\._ DATE 12/6/2011 E-MAL ADDRESS TELEPHONE :\C~TBER TOLL FREET EPHONEN~ FAX NUMBER TO RECEVE Jtay (804) E-PROCUREME'tT ORDERS (804)

71 7 Addenda The return of signed addenda, if any. hereby acknowledge receipt of the following addenda, which have been issued regarding the Virginia Polytechnic nstitute and State Cniversity's Facility Renovations Program Management proposal: ~ Addendum #1, issue date: ~ovember 18,:2011 Virginiu Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovarions Program Management

72 ADDENDUM # 1 TO RFP # late Jovember 18, 2011 VRGNA POLYTECHNC NSTTUTE AND STATE UNVERSTY PURCHASNG DEPARTMENT (0333) 270 SOUTHGATE CENTER BLACKSBURG, VA ORGNAL DUE DATE AND HOUR December 6, 2011 at 3:00p.m. DDRESS ALL NQURES AND CORRESPONDENCE 10: W. Thomas Kaloupek, Director of Materials Management -MAL ADDRESS: TELEPHONE NU~BER (540) AX NU~BER (540) AFTER HOUR MESSAGES (540) Facility Renovations Program Management em 1 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS B. Program Manager's workspace: Replace the first paragraph, in its entirety, with the following: "The Program Manager shall set up and maintarn an operations office rn space provided by the university to receive and process work requests and to provide other management services as may be required for the effective supervision and execution of the contract. Some level of office furniture (desks, chairs, file cabinets, etc.) will be provided. Office computers, vehicles, cell phones and other such equipment shall be provrded by the Program Manager. Utilization of university telephone and data services will be provided to the Program Manager by the university with actual costs to be reimbursed." em 2 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: C. Staffing Requirements: Replace the first sentence in that secbon, in its entirety, with the following: "The Program Manager shall be responsible for the sufficient staffing of its operation, including management/supervision, to meet the requirement of the project workload assigned in accordance with Section H. Service Goals/Benchmarks." lm 3 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: C. Staffing Requirements: Delete the last paragraph in ifs entirety: "The Program Manager shall comply with the Gramm-Leach-Biiley Act by implementing and maintaining appropriate safeguards to protect and prevent unauthorized release of student, faculty and staff nonpublic information. Non public information is defined as social security numbers, or financial transactions, bank, credit and tax information. Sensitive electronic data must be encrypted, shredded or removed on a routine basis in accordance with university policies and procedures." 1m 4 SECTON V. STATEMENT OF NEEDS: H. Service Goals/Benchmarks: Replace #1, in its entrrety with the following: "1. All work order requests for renovations projects must be formally responded to within three business days of receipt." m 5 ATACHMENT A, TERMS AND CONDTONS 7 NSURANCE: Delete item E. Builder's Risk rn its entirety. m 6 ATACHMENT C, ATENDANCE ROSTER FOR NON-MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL MEETNG HELD ON NOVEMBER 15, 2011 AT 2 00 PM. All other terms, conditions and descriptions remain the same. The due date and hour remains December 6, 201-, at 3:00pm.

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74 Additional Material KEY PERSONNEL Gilbane has carefully selected construction professionals for the Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Facility Renovations Program ;-vlanagement project who bring expertise on projects with similar requirements: ~ Higher education research and teaching laboratory experience ~ Keeping student, faculty and visitor safety as the first priority.. Working within an active, occupied college campus., Working collaboratively with higher education O\vners, BC0\.1 representatives and design teams to maximize value of the construction budget., Providing effective project planning to safely and efficiently accomplish the work, while maximizing SWA:.\.1 trade contractor involvement.. Effectively capturing project scope with the budget., Ensuring high quality construction and attention to design details.. Delivering on time while minimizing disruption to existing operations The team we bring together to execute technically challenging projects are carefully chosen and carefully managed utilizing our proven management systems. We are proactive team builders and hold teorn rnernbers accountable for their cornrnitrnents. Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program ManagemEnt

75 Appendix j Additional Material Qualifications Education ~ MS/Civil Engineering/ University of Maryland > BS/Architecturol Engineering/ Pennsylvania State University.. Joined Gilbane in Began Construction Career in 1974 Licenses & Certifications > LEED Accredited Professional > CMAA Certified Professional OSHA 30 Hour Certification OSHA 10 Hour Certification Associations: ~ Shadyside Peninsula Association Citizens Advisory Committee - Anne Arundel County Schools Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & Si-atc University Proposal for Faciliiy Renovations Program Management John Taylor/ CCM LEED AP EXECUTVE OVERSGHT, RCHMOND DSTRCT MANAGER Mr. Taylor has more than 30 years of experience with Gil bone and 37 years of construction management experience on projects totaling more than 6.5 million square feet. His successful track record in exemplary project performance has earned multiple Gil bane Builder of the Year awards, including the coveted notional lver Johnson Builder of the Year award. Named Gilbane's Richmond District Manager in 2006, Mr. Taylor is responsible for Gilbone's successful projects for the Commonwealth of Virginia higher education clients, UVA, College of William & Mary, Virginia Tech, and Virginia Community College System on multiple projects throughout the region. Virginia Commonwealth University James W. and Francis G. McGlothlin School of Medicine, Richmond, VA Executive oversight. Ne\v administrative offices, classrooms, state-of-the-art simulation teaching laboratories and research laboratory spaces to meet the needs of the School of :\1edicinc. Demolition of the A.D. \Villiams Building and connecting pedestrian bridges. Specifically required is abatement of asbestos, lead paint and other hazardous building materials. Historic features from the building will be saved and either integrated into the new building or salvaged and turned over to the Owner. This project will utilize Design/ Assist and Building nfom1ation :\1odeling (BM) and is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Certification. Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Blacksburg, VA Executive oversight. C\1 at risk services for the new construction of Signature Engineering Building echos the nco-gothic look familiar on campus but also has many contemporary touches, including large amounts of glass to allow for natural light. t will contain seven general-assignment classrooms and a 300-seat auditorium. The building also will house the chemical engineering department, engineering education department, and part of the mechanical engineering department. Another notable feature is a glassenclosed space on the third floor that will be visible from the atrium and will house the Virginia Tech Engineering Communication Center. Virginia Commonwealth University Snead Hall School of Business and East Hall School of Engineering, Richmond, VA Executive oversight. C:\1 at risk services for the new 262,000 SF building to house the Snead Hall School of Business and East Hall School of Engineering. The 127,000 SF School of Engineering houses researchers and faculty from various engineering disciplines, including computer, electrical, mechanical, materials, chemistry and life sciences. The Engineering School is 4 levels above grade and includes an isolated basement level \1/E/P equipment room and rooftop penthouse. The foundation and structure is a heavy duty concrete designed to minimize deflection and vibration. Virginia Comm. College System (VCCS) John Tyler Community College (JTCC) New Science Building, Midlothian, VA Executive oversight. CP..1 at risk services for the new construction of a 60,000 SF classroom building that features a new library, student lounge, bookstore and an entire floor of new laboratory classrooms. This project achieved LEED NC v2.2 Silver Certification. This is the first LEED building in the Virginia Community College System. The building's green features include a garden roof, low VOC paints and sealants and recycled materials......,.,.,.,...,.,.,. ' r ' '. '... '.....,

76 Appendix Additional Material The College of William & Mary ntegrated Science Center, VVilliamsburg, VA Executive oversight. CM at risk services for the ntegrated Science Center is designed and constructed to support teaching and research for the departments of Biology, Chemistry and Psychology. A new building has been constructed adjacent to the existing chemistry building. Following the completion of the new facility, the existing chemistry building was renovated. The new building is a three story structure with a partial exposed ground floor/basement and is connected to the existing chemistry building... Coppin State University Physical Education Complex, Facilities Management and Public Safety Building, Baltimore, MD Executive oversight. The c:rvl at risk project includes space for physical education and athletic departments, Facilities Management and Public Safety departments, as well as major upgrades to the campus' central utility plant. This project has achieved LEED Silver Certification. University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Executive oversight. Multi-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the 150,000 SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC), t consists of 4-stories above grade and a 1-story, below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tower totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on floors 3 [/Hough 8. New Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED NC v2.2 Cenification. University of Virginia Mcintire School of Commerce Rouss and Robertson Halls, Charlottesville, VA Executive oversight. C~1 at risk services for the 23,523 SF renovation of historic Reuss Hall on the Lawn at the University, and a 124,067 SF new expansion wing, comprising the new home of Mcintire School of Commerce. the undergraduate business school. Richmond's CenterStage (Fmr. Virginia Performing Arts Foundation), Richmond, VA Executive oversight. CM at risk services for the construction of a new perfonnance hall, a,200-seat venue that features adaptable seating and staging. Project encompassed a full city block in downtown Richmond. t includes a 250-seatjazz club, a community theater and new offices for the Virginia Perfo1ming Arts Foundation. Scope also included the historic restoration of the 928-era Carpenter Theatre, an existing 0,000 SF, 2,000-seat performing ans venue to enhance performance space, support areas, lobby and handicapped seating. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Research, Research Triangle Park, and Administration Facility, NC Executive oversight. C~1 agency services for the office and research facility which totaled 1,200,000 SF, incorporated research laboratories, pilot plant facilities, automotive testing facility, and office areas consolidated into one permanent facility. Also included centra! plants and infrastructure. Laboratories \Vere designed to meet a flexible and modular laboratory block. with a service corridor and racetrack circulation. This project achieved LEED NC Silver Ce11ificarion. Gi!bane Building Company

77 ' Appendix Additional Material Melanie Townshend, MSA, LEED AP EXECUTVE OVERSGHT, SENOR PROJECT EXECUTVE Ms. Townshend hcs been employed by Giibone for 30 years and has been in the construction industry for 32 years. She serves as project and pre-construction executive for such repeat clients as: Qualifications Education > MPH/Public Heath Trinity University ), BNBusiness Administration Licenses & Certifications > ASHE Accredited Professional > LEED Accredited Professional OSHA 30 Hour Certification OSHA 10 Hour Certification Associations: ), Officer, Arc of Prince George's County > Member, USGBC Anne Arundel Medical Center East and VYest Campus Expansion, Annapolis, MD Senior project executive. Project management and transition, planning and management services for the expansion of medical center. Project includes a new 320,000 SE 8-level Acute Care Pavilion addition, a new 240,000 SF, 7-!evel medical office building, 3 new parking garages to accommodate nearly 3,000 cars, connecting bridges and roadway realignments. This project is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Certification. University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Senior project executive. Multi-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the 150,000 SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC). t consists of 4-stories above grade and a 1-stO)', below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tower totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on floors 3 through 8. New Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED NC v2.2 Certification. St. Mary's College of Maryland Multiple Projects, Saint Mary's City, MD Senior project executive. Preconstruction and CM at Risk services for civil improvements and construction of the new Anne Arundel Hall, which includes a new classroom and laboratory building to support anthropology, archaeology and history departments and ~\1aryland Heritage nterpretive Center which will include a new visitor's center and museum and a new bridge and parking lot. Civista Medical Center, La Plato, MD Project executive. Hospital expansion and renovation project included adjacent real estate acquisition, site work and utility relocations, the construction of a new four-story, 130,000 SF addition, and substantial renovations to the existing hospital. \Vork included a new Emergency Department, 6 new Operating Suites, two floors of new private patient rooms (60 in total). Renovations to radiology, cardiac care unit, physical therapy and rehabilitation, administration and various support departments.... ~!/ ~ '""'! Verizon Communications South -Renovations Y2K Assistance, New York, NY Project manager. \Vrite and implement plan to resolve Y2K issues in their facilities and managed a Y2K program for building systems such as fire alarms and air conditioners in 868 buildings spread over multiple states. There were no shutdowns on 111/ ,., George Washington University., Dormitory Renovations, Washington, DC Renovations and upgrades to five dormitory buildings.- nfrastructure l/pgrades, Washington, DC Phase included electrical upgrades and new telecommunication and data wiring to eight donnitory buildings which house 5,000 students; all installation of fiber-optic data connections, clean power, telephone and cable TV with minimal disruption to students occupying the facilities. Phase included electrical upgrades to three dormitory buildings that house 2,300 students. Virginia Polytechnic: nstitute & State Universiry Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management

78 Appendix Additional Material Colin Robinson, PMP PROJECT MANAGER Mr. Robinson has been with Gil bone since 2000 working on several high profile projects in the State of Virginia. As a certified project manager, Colin brings a complete set of project management skills to the team focusing on budgeting, scheduling, cost control, and client relations. Virginia Commonwealth University Academic and Health Care Campus Renovation, Richmond, VA Project manager. Program & Construction Management contract. VCU utilized Gilbane to manage the renovation work and small projects for over 10 years. Projects included biology, chemistry, anatomy, and animal research laboratories. Gil bane was responsible for the University's scope generation for each renovation project, solicitation of work to the subcontracting community, construction supervision, and University coordination campus wide on their academic campus, medical campus, and in their healthcare facilities. Scope of the program has ranged from $8 million in work in 2005/2006; $20 million of work in 2006/2007; and S6.5 million work in 2007/2008. On average $300,000 to $600,000 of construction is put in place per month Provide program and project management services for the renovation program for the academic and health care campuses. Medical College of Virginia Hospitals Gateway Hospital, Richmond, VA Project manager. Nine-story outpatient expansion including 20 beds and clinical building totaling SF \Vith \1R and new pedestrian bridge connecting at multiple floors of the Main Hospital and Clinic, maintaining existing connections, and adding others. Existing site utilities and delivery facilities are being re-located. The construction site was surrounded by highly sensitive medical operations space, ongoing research facilities and patient areas. University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Project manager. Multi-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the!50,000 SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC). t consists of 4-stories above grade and a J -story', below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tmver totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on floors 3 through 8. 1\ew Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED 1\C v2.2 Certification. Qualifications Education > BS/Psychology/Jomes Madison University ' ' Joined Gilbane in 2000 Began Construction Career in 1996 Licenses & Certifications > CPR/AED > OSHA 30 Hour Certification > OSHA 0 Hour Certification ' Project Management Professional Associations: ' James Madison University-Toe Kwan Do Bank of America Villa Park My Work Center, Richmond/ VA Project manager. Construction of the ne\v ~1y Work Center at the Bank of America Villa Park campus. Project included demolition and gutting of 5,000 SF existing space, new mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems, as well as new architectural finishes. Finished spaces include private and semi-private offices, conference rooms and a kitchenette. Project also included upgrades for nev.r DF switch andav system integration with conference rooms. Gilbane Building Company

79 6 Appendix Additional Material James Baldwin, LEED AP BD+C CONSTRUCTim< MANAGER Mr. Baldwin has been employed by Gilbone for 5 years and has been in the construction industry for 5 years. Qualifications Education._ AS/Business/J. Sergeant Reynolds Community College Joined Gil bane in Began Construction Career in 2006 Licenses & Certifications LEED Accredited Professional LEED Bldg Design + Construction > OSHA 30 Hour Certification U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Virginia Polytechnic nstitute! & State University P~oposal for FCJcility Renovarions Program ManCJgEment Virginia Commonwealth University Academic and Health Care Campus Renovation, Richmond, VA Senior office engineer. Program & Construction Management contract. VCU utilized Gil bane to manage the renovation work and small projects for over lo years. Projects included biology, chemistry, anatomy, and animal research laboratories. Gilbane was responsible for the University's scope generation for each renovation project, solicitation of work to the subcontracting community, construction supervision, and University coordination campus wide on their academic campus, medical campus, and in their healthcare facilities. Scope of the program has ranged from $8 million in work in 2005/2006; $20 million of work in 2006/2007; and $6.5 million work in 2007/2008. On average S300,000 to $600,000 of construction is put in place per month Provide program and project management services for the renovation program for the academic and health care campuses. National nstitutes of Health (NH) and NAD ntegrated Research Facility Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD Assistant project engineer. Construction of a high containment (BSL~2, BSL~3 and BSL- 4) research laboratories for NH and the NAD located on five acres within the F01t Detrick Ga!Tison. The 150,000 SF facility includes high~level biocontainment laboratory space, laboratory support, administrative offices, high-containment vivarium and research areas, radiography and imaging equipment areas, multiple mechanical levels, central receiving_ warehousing and central plant. Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Fort Belvoir, VA Assistant project engineer. ~ew replacement hospital with 1,200,000 SF of outpatient and J 20~bed inpatient services, parking for 2,600 cars, helipad and a central utility plant. This project is targeting LEED Gold NC v2.2 Certification. Constructed in joint venture for the Army Corps of Engineers, part of the Federal Base Realignment and Closing (BRAC) Program. The facility is one piece of a realignment designed to increase hospital and outpatient care to all service members and veterans under BRA.C '

80 Appendix Additional Material Brian Thornton CONSTRUCTON MANAGER Mr. Thornton has been employed by Giibane for 15 years and has been in the construction industry for 15 years. University of Virginia Lee Street Medica! Center Projects, Char!ottesville, VA Assistant project manager. Multi-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the 150,000 SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC). t consists of 4-stories above grade and a 1-story, below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tower totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on floors 3 through 8. New Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED NC v2.2 Certification. Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Fort Belvoir, VA Assistant project manager. New replacement hospital with l,200,000 SF of outpatient and 120-bed inpatient services, parking for 2,600 cars, he!ipad and a central utility plant. This project is targeting LEED Gold NC v2.2 Certification. Constructed in joint venture for the Army Corps of Engineers, part of the Federal Base Realignment and Closing (BRAC) Program. The facility is one piece of a realignment designed to increase hospital and outpatient care to all service members and veterans under BRAC Newark Public Schools Facility Maintenance and Repair Management, Newark, NJ Senior office engineer. Management of)iewark Public School maintenance and repair work which included multiple projects at 82 schools in the district. Qualifications Education ~ BS/Building Construction Tech./ Hampton University Joined Gil bane in 1996 ~ Began Construction Career in 1996 Licenses & Certifications ~ OSHA 30 Hour Certification ~ OSHA 10 Hour Certification Newark Public Schools Job Order Contract, Newark, NJ Senior office engineer. \ fanagement of Newark Public Schools job order contract program which included multiple renovation projects at 82 K-12 schools in the district. Verizon Communications Multiple Projects, Various Locations, US Assistant project engineer. As part of our national strategic alliance contract, multiple addition and renovation projects throughout :.Jew Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia completed on a task order basis. University of Virginia Mcintire Schoo! of Commerce Reuss and Robertson Halls, Charlottesville, VA Assistant project manager. 23,523 SF renovation of historic Reuss Hall on the Lawn at the University, and a 124,067 SF nev..- expansion wing, comprising the new home of Mcintire School of Commerce, the undergraduate business school. The College of William & Mary ntegrated Science Center, Williamsburg, VA Assistant project manager. Ci'vi at risk services for the ntegrated Science Center is designed and constructed to support teaching and research for the departments of Biology, Chemistry and Psychology. A new building has been constructed adjacent to the existing chemistry building. Following the completion of the new facility, the existing chemistry building was renovated. The new building is a three story structure with a partial exposed ground floor/basement and is connected to the existing chemistry building. Gilbane Building Company

81 Appendix Additional Material ' ' Qualifications Education,._ AS/Mechanical Design/ Blue Ridge Community College Joined Gil bone in 2010 Began Construction Career in 200 l licenses & Certifications CPR/AED OSHA 30 Hour Certification First Aid ). Journeyman Plumber Michael Moubray CONSTRUCTON MANAGER Mr. Moubroy has been employed by Gil bane for 1 year and has been in the construction industry for 10 years. University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Assistant project engineer. ~dulti-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the 150,000 SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC). t consists of 4-stories above grade and a 1-story, below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tower totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on floors 3 through 8. New Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED NC v2.2 Certification. n his prior role with a leading mechanical contractor, Mike served similar clients including: ~ Blue Ridge Community College- new construction and renovation to vettech lab. ~ James?v1adison Gniversity Forbes Center for Performing Arts- new construction. James "\1adison University!\[iller Hall- total renovation of existing building. ~ University of Virginia Rouse Hall -renovation and new construction. Lniversity of Virginia Brian [-lall Chiller Addition- addition of another chiller into the existing chiller room. ~ Rockingham ~v[emoriaj Hospital.,_ \Vinchester ~edical Center.. Hess Orthopedics ~ ~..,..,., '7 ' '} ' '] ',, J., ',, '} '} : J J "} Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Monugemenl ''} '} ''} J J.'j "'/ "/ ''/ ' V/

82 Appendix Additional Material Stuart 11 Aian// Harris CO~STRUCTON MANAGER Mr. Harris has been employed by Gilbone for 3 years and has been in the construction industry for 23 years. Mr. Alan Harris has excellent working relationships with trade contractors active in the Virginia market, and he is highly skilled in logistics, planning, scheduling, and coordination of MEP trades. University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Assistant superintendent.?vfulti-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the 150,000 SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC). t consists of 4-stories above grade and a 1-stOf)', below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tower totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on Aoors 3 through 8. New Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED NC v2.2 Certification. Virginia Commonwealth Un"1versity Academic and Health Care Campus Renovation, Richmond, VA Project engineer. Program & Construction Management contract. VCC utilized Gilbane to manage the renovation work and small projects for over 10 years. Projects included biology, chemistry, anatomy, and anima! research laboratories. Gilbane was responsible for the University's scope generation for each renovation project, solicitation of work to the subcontracting community, construction supervision, and University coordination campus wide on their academic campus, medica! campus, and in their healthcare facilities. Scope of the program has ranged from $8 million in work in 2005/2006; $20 million of work in 2006/2007; and $6.5 million work in On average $300,000 to $600,000 of construction is put in place per month Provide program and project management services for the renovation program for the academic and health care campuses... j ~1:. 1~ Qualifications Education ~ Joined Gil bane in 2008 ~ Began Construction Career in 1988 Licenses & Certifications > OSHA 30 Hour Certification Projects prior to joining Gilbone include: VCU- Sanger Hall Generator nstallation The VCU Sanger Hall Generator nstallation included installation of a 1500k\X/ diesel generator. The installation of the 1.500k\V generator includes pad for generator and feeders from generator to new 1 OOOamp switch board. The project cost was $1 million dollars and was completed on-time and within budget. VCU - Cabell Library Emergency Generator The VCU Cabell Library Emergency Generator included installation of a 500k\V diesel generator. The generator was removed from one of the owner's facilities and retrofitted with an outdoor sound attenuation enclosure and installed at a different facility. Existing switch gear was retrofitted to accommodate the new emergency system electrical infrastructure to include (2) ATS, (2) 800amp switchboards, several smaller ampacity panel boards, pad for generator. and bus duct for the serv er room. The project cost was $500,000 and the project was completed on-time and \Vi thin budget. Gilbane Building Co~npan)

83 ',0 Appendix Additional Material,, ' ' Judi McCoy ADMNSTRATON,PURCHASNG MANAGER Qualifications Education )> Joined Gilbane in 1990 Began Construction Career in 1991 Ms. McCoy hcs been employed by Gilbone for 21 years and has been in the construction industry for 20 years. Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Fort Belvoir, VA Office engineer. :\ew replacement hospital with 1,200,000 SF of outpatient and 120-bed inpatient services, parking for 2,600 cars, helipad and a central utility plant. This project is targeting LEED Gold '\"C v2.2 Certification. Constructed in joint venture for the Am1y Corps of Engineers, part of the Federal Base Realignment and Closing (llr.a.c) Program. The facility is one piece of a realignment designed to increase hospital and outpatient care to all service members and veterans under BRAC General Services Administration Fallon Federal Building, Baltimore, MD Project executive support assistant. Complete renovation of 15 of 18 floors totaling SF, which included refurbishment of mechanical systems with new chillers and automatic temperature controls., National nstitutes of Health (NH) National Cancer nstitute (NC) Relocation Services, Bethesda, MD Transition project coordinator. Phased renovation to 240,000 SF of administrative space including relocation management services into the Mark 0. Hatfield Clinical Research Center (CRC) on the main campus. Our planning has focused on consolidating move activities and minimizing the number of moves necessary for each individual depanment. As a result, the nstitutes have been able to maintain their focus on their ongoing operations. General Services Administration Region 3 Term Contract, Philadelphia, PA Project executive support assistant. Provided construction management services for multiple projects including courthouse renovations, computer center, office space, mechanical/electrical system upgrades, and exterior facade repairs over a five year term in :1'\ew Jersey and Pennsylvania. Verizon Communications Furniture Management Services, New York, NY Document control assistant. Project management services for all systems furniture activities across the Verizon Communications footprint including 3,500 facilities. Verizon Communications South- Renovations Y2K Assistance, New York, NY Document control assistant. Write and implement plan to resolve Y2K issues in their facilities and managed a Y2K program for building systems such as fire alarms and air conditioners in 368 buildings spread over multiple states. There were no shutdowns on l/1 / J., J 'J ' ' U. 5. Capitol Visitor Center, Washington, DC Executive support assistant. Site preparation and preconstruction enabling for expansion of three-underground levels totaling 600,000 SF beneath the east front of the U.S. Capitol. Facilities include office space, two orientation theaters, gift shop, cafeteria, exhibits. security offices and other amenities to accommodate the 3 million tourists who visit the Capitol each J'ear. Three-phased construction program utilizing a "top-down"' construction method to overcome security issues and to sustain the capitol grounds. '11 ' ' Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Proposal for Facility Renovations Program Management '

84 Appendix j Additional Material John Taylor Jr. LEED AP COST ESTMATOR/PROJECT LAUNCH Mr. Taylor has over five years of construction experience. He has served in various roles since beginning his career with Gilbane including Relocation Coordinator, Office Engineer and Project Engineer. He has been responsible for the management of on-site activities, inspection and quality control of trade contractors performance, review and processing of shop drawings/samples, schedule monitoring, change order management, project cost control and reporting, and the resolution of subconrroctor engineering problems in the field... ' ' ' Virginia Commonwealth University Academic and Health Care Campus Renovation, Richmond, VA Project engineer. Program & Construction i\ fanagement contract. VCU utilized Gilbane to manage the renovation work and small projects for over 10 years. Projects included biology, chemistry, anatomy, and animal research laboratories. Gil bane was responsible for the University's scope generation for each renovation project, solicitation of work to the subcontracting community, construction supervision, and University coordination campus wide on their academic campus, medical campus, and in their healthcare facilities. Scope of the program has ranged from $8 mil! ion in work in 2005/2006; $20 million of work in 2006/2007; and $6.5 million work in 2007/2008. On average $300,000 to $600,000 of construction is put in place per month Provide program and project management services for the renovation program for the academic and health care campuses. University of Virginia Lee Street Medical Center Projects, Charlottesville, VA Senior project engineer. Multi-phased project includes demolition of an existing garage that will be replaced by the SF Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center (CCC). t consists of 4-stories above grade and a 1-story. below grade. Additional phases include the Hospital Bed Expansion to the main bed tower totaling 76,000 SF that add 72 beds to the existing bed units on floors 3 through 8. :Jew Lee Street Plaza and related connectors tie together the cancer center, hospital and garages. Targeting LEED NC v2.2 Cenification. Virginia Commonwealth University James W. and Francis G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center, Richmond, VA Senior project engineer. }.iew administrative offices, classrooms, state-of-the-an simulation teaching laboratories and research laboratory spaces to meet the needs of the School of Medicine. Demolition of the A. D. \Villiams Building and connecting pedestrian bridges. Specifically required is abatement of asbestos, lead paint and other hazardous building materials. Historic features from the building will be saved and either integrated into the new building or salvaged. Project is targeting LEED NC v2.2 Silver Cenifi.cation. Bank of America Villa Park My Work Center, Richmond, VA Senior project engineer. Construction of the ne\v.\t[y Work Center at the Bank of America Villa Park campus. Project included demolition and gutting of 5,000 SF existing space, new mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems, as wei! as new architectural finishes. Finished spaces include private and semi-private offices, conference rooms and a kitchenette. Project also included upgrades for nev.' DF switch and AV system integration with conference rooms. Qualifications Education ~ MBANirginia Commonwealth Un.1versity ~ BS/Business Administration/ University of North Carolina Joined Gilbone in 2001 Began Construction Career in licenses & Certifications > LEED Accredited Professional > OSHA 30 Hour Certification Gilbone Building Company

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88 Client Satisfaction Form Work Order No: Client: RFQ No Project Location: Below, please find a short Customer Satisfaction Survey for each phase of the work order life cycle. Please take a moment to review the questions and rate the periormances of the individual, ndividuals, or companies you have worked with on this Work Order. We ask that you rate the companies based on the following critena: 1 -Poor (Work or service quality, attitude, performance was totally unacceptable) 2- Fair (Work or service was satisfactory but did not meet the expectations of the Client) 3- Good (Work or service was acceptable and met the client's expectations) 4- Excellent (Work or services was acceptable and the final product (or product to date) exceeded the Client's expectations) n addition, Client is asked to comment on any item rated a 2 or lower in an effort to correct the problems encountered during the work order. n the event of a 3 or higher rating, the Client is also encouraged to comment on individuals who have provided outstanding service (or product), or provide any criticism or changes you would like to see implemented. This sheet will be given to the Client after the pre-construction phase to rate the generation of Scopes and the procurement of the work. t will be returned during the construction phase (on larger Projects) to rate the progress of work. And finally at the end of the project to rate the closeout phase and overall project from conception to completion. We thank you for your time in completing this short form. t will be a great tool to track the progress and satisfaction of the work. Overall Work Order Performance Please Rate the Performance of Gilbane's Services for this phase of the work Comments: Please Rate the Performance of Contractor's Services for this phase of the work: Contractor: Comments: Contractor: Comments: Contractor: Comments: J Signed By Client: Date: G41 El l4

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90 DVSON 1: Standards of Work: 1. The client does hereby acknowledge that due to the age and nature of the majority of the buildings at VT, that there are unforeseen conditions for which neither VT Renovations nor the Contractor could possibly be aware of prior to the start of work. Thusly, in the event of unforeseen conditions, all additional work shall be completed at reasonable cost and in no case without prior written authorization from the client 2. Zone Assistance -All costs for VT Facilities Zone Assistance will be paid for by the Customer. These charges will be included on the initial project approval form. 3. The Contractor shall provide VT Renovations a clean set of reproducible "as built" drawings and wiring diagrams, marked to record all changes made during installation or construction. The Contractor shall also provide maintenance manuals, and parts lists and a copy of all warranties for all equipment. All "as built" drawings and wiring diagrams, maintenance manuals, parts lists and warranties shall be delivered to the Renovations Department upon completion of the work and prior to final payment. 4. Any questions regarding the clarification or change of the scope of work shall be submitted in writing on a "Request for nformation" form prior to beginnmg work in question. All Request for nformation (RF's) must be submitted in writing withm 2 days of the pre-bid conference or FB/RFQ bid date, which ever takes precedence, and at no time less than 24 hours before bids are due. 5. Any request for change orders initiated by the contractor or the owner shall be submitted in writing by the contractor and include a detailed cost breakdown of associated labor and materials and information on possible schedule impact. All RCO's must be submitted prior to beginning work or receiving a revised purchase order. Any change order work completed by the contractor prior to receiving a signed change order or revised purchase order is at the contractor's own risk and may not be reimbursed by the owner. 6. t is the Contractor's responsibility to survey the site and become familiar with all existing conditions, including all work to be performed by its subcontractors. Field investigations shall be inclusive of, but not limited to: a. Existing site conditions and construction of space or area b. Existing utilities and means necessary to repair/replace or make addit"1ons to as called for in the New Scope of work. c. Verifications of quantities required to complete the work. Dimensions given are for the basis of bid. Verify all measurements in field. 7. Notify the Control Center and VT Renovations prior to working on or around sprinklers or smoke detectors. 8. Notify VT Renovations by 10:00 AM on Thursday, any work schedule for the weekend. Provide locations, times, personnel names & social security numbers, subcontractor name(s) and a contact person with a mobile phone or pager. 9. MANTENANCE OF SERVCES: during the execut1on of this Contract, the Owner will continue to occupy the building and will therefore require continuous operation of all mechanical facilities. Outages required for construction purposes shall be scheduled for the shortest practical period of time, and then only by pre-arrangement with the Owner for specific mutually agreeable periods, after each of which the interruption shall cease and service shall be restored. 10. SCHEDULE: include in your bid a competitive and realistic delivery date. Upon award the winning bidder shall prov1de a detailed construction schedule within 24 hours of "Notice to Proceed" showing duration and sequence of all major activities 11. USE OF STE: Provisions will be made with security so contractors personnel can gain access to the work area. Personnel to wear Contractor idenflfication badges at ALL times when working on the site. Personnel may access site during normal hours, and weekends & off-hours with prior notification to VT Renovations. Notify owner prior to excessively noisy or malodorous work Gil.m;m

91 12. SHUT DOWNS- All utility shut downs and disconnects that are required unde~ this work must be coordinated with VT Renovations and the University. Contractor should identify what shut downs will be required and notify VT Renovations at least seven days in advance so the proper authorization can be obtained. Contractor should provide for a reasonable amount time and matenal to investigate existing conditions to determine location, duration, and extent of each shut down. All serv1ce interruptions shall be scheduled with no disruption to the Owner and occupants_ This work shall be performed at off hours 13. All construction to be in compliance with S:ate Building Codes and VT specifications as outlined in the Commonwealth of Virginia General Terms and Conditions Special Terms and Conditions. and Terms and Conditions for Capital Outlay Construd1on Projects. 14 Fire seal all wall/ceiling penetrations with approved UL rated methods 15. Provide temporary supports to ensure structural integrity of the Work. Any damage to the structural integrity of the building (other than specif1ed demolition) shall be repaired by the contractor at his own expense and replaced with materials of equal or better quality. Damage repairs and replacement of materials are to be approved by the owner/project manager prior to project completion. 16. The Contractor expressly undertakes, e 1ther directly or through his Subcontractor(s), to effect all cutting, filling or patching of his Work required to make the same conform to the drawings and specifications, and, except with the consent of the Owner, not to cut or otherwise alter the work of any other Contractor. The Contractor shall not damage or endanger any portion of the Work or premises, including exist1ng improvements, unless called for by the Plans and Specs 17. Dimensions given are for the basis of bid. Verify all measurements in field. 18. Provide barriers and barricades as necessary to ensure the safety of the public and personnel and to protect adjacent surfaces and finishes. 19. The Contractor shall provide protective materials and covering where necessary to guard building surfaces and building contents from damages due to operations on the work of this project. Refinish surfaces to match adjacent finish. For continuous surfaces, f1nish to nearest intersection or natural break_ For an assembly, refinish entire unit. 20. Material Safety Data Sheets are to be provided to VT Renovations and one set stored on site in a location accessible to all personnel for ALL materials to be used on the project 21. Highly corrosive, flammable or caustic materials will be brought on site in amounts that will be used on a daily basis only. No such substances will be stored on site. 22 Contractor is responsible for the safety and security of his tools and materials on site from theft and vandalism. 23. The Contractor will notify the Owner in wnting of the names of Subcontractors proposed for the principal parts of the Work within tvvo hours of Notice to Proceed. The Contractor shall not employ any Subcontractor that the Owner may, within a reasonable time, object to as unsuitable. The Owner will not direct the Contractor to contract with any particular Subcontractor unless provided in the specif1cat"1ons or s 1d form. 24. The Contractor shall have a competent foreman or superintendent, satisfactory to the Owner and VT Renovations, on the job site at all t1mes during the progress of the Work. The Contractor shall be responsible for all construction means, methods, techniques, sequences and procedures for coordinating all portions of the Work under the Contract except where otherwise specified in the Contract Documents, and for all safety and worker health programs and practices. The Contractor shall notify the Owner, in writing, of any proposed change 1n superintendent including the reason therefore prior to making such change. 25. The Contractor shall, at all times, enforce strict discipline and good order among the workers on the project, and shall not employ on the work any unfit person or anyone not skilled in the work assigned to him/her, or anyone who will not work in harmony with those employed by the Contractor. the Subcontractors, the owner or the Owner's separate contractors and their subcontractors. 26. The Owner may, in writing, require the Contractor to remove from the Work any employee the Owner deems to be incompetent, careless, not working 1n harmony with others on the site, or otheiwise objectionable. 27. Contractor shall keep enough materials on site so as to maintain the progression of the work in accordance with the project schedule. G4!.bJ,f ' ' ' '" '" ' ' ' v v v,, ' ' ~ ',..,, '" v '" l 1 1 1

92 28. Any accidental omission of a work item from this "Scope of Work", that is clearly called out in the plans and/or specifications, shall not relieve the Contracto:- of respons.lbility for completion of such work 1tem on schedule. 29. All work is to be completed in accordance with the drawings and/or specifications, unless otherwise notified in writing by VT Renovaf1ons. Drawings and/or specifications shall include all Sketches, New Scope of Work, Spection Conditions, Drawings Specifications and any materials therein included. 30. Contractor shall coordinate with VT Lock Shop any installation of new locks on VT campuses. Contractor shall include this into their price quote 31 The following new safety requirements are now a part of the general notes and will apply to this project" VT Safety Manual VT nterim Life Safety Measures. current OSHA and VOSH Safety Requrrements -Current 32. The Contractor expressly undertakes, either directly or through his Subcontractor(s), to clean up daily all refuse, rubbish, scrap materials and debris caused by h1s operation, to the end that at all times the site of the work shall present a neat, orderly and workmanlike appearance. No such refuse, rubbish, scrap material and debris shall be left within the completed Work nor buried on the any VT build'1ng s lte, but shall be removed from the site and properly disposed of in a licensed landfill or otherwise as required by law. 33. Contractor dentification badge shall be issued to Contractor's PM and Superintendent. Contractor shll issue badges to all of their employees and sub-contractor employees and ensure they are worn at all time while on VT property. 34. The Contractor expressly undertakes, either directly or through his Subcontractor(s), before final payment, to remove all surplus material, false work, temporary structures, including foundations there of, plants of any description and debris of every nature resultmg from this operations and to put the site in a neat, orderly condition; to thoroughly clean and leave reasonably dust free all finished surfaces includ.lng all equipment, piping, etc., on the interior of all buildings 1ncluded in the Contract; and to thoroughly clean all glass installed under the Contractor the removal of all paint and mortar splatters and other defacements. f a Contractor fails to clean up at the completion of the Work, the Owner may do so and charge for costs thereof to the Contractor DVSON 2 1. All site work associated with the drawings and specifications shall be completed by the Contractor. 2. Contractor is responsible to coordinate all excavation work with utility companies. Contractor shall be responsible to have existing underground utilities located and marked pnor to beginning excavation work. 3. All plant materials shall be installed in accordance with industry standards and per drawings and specifications All new plant material shall carry a minimum one ( 1) year warranty 4. Contractor shall properly repair grounds from its operations to their original condition. DVSON 3 1. All concrete work shall be completed per AC standards 2. Contractor shall coordinate all concrete pours with VT Renovations and give at least 48 hours notice before beginning the pour. 3 Contractor is responsible to protect all concrete pours until fully cured. 4. Contractor shall verify quantities required and site conditions prior to bidding DVSON 4: 1. All masonry work shall be completed by a qualified contractor Gii Sl;t

93 2. Submit all samples for approval pr1or to installation 3. Contractor shall furnish & ins:all all miscellaneous materials required for a complete 1nstallat1on. DVSON 5: 1 All structural steel and miscellaneous metals shall be furnish & installed per drawings and specifications by a contractor qualified to complete work of this kind. 2. Contractor shall install all structural steel per drawings and specifications. All alternates must be submitted in writing and approved prior to installation. Any repairs, demolition or additional work required by the Contractor's failure to submit an alternate mater"1al for approval pr'1or to 1nstallat1on shall be borne by the Contractor. DVSON 6 1. All casework shall conform to AWl and ATSM standards for commercial grade 2. Colors shall be selected by owner from manufacturer's standard color selections. Any selections from a 'premium' group shall bare an additional cost 3. Contractor is responsible to submit shop drawings and/or sketches (determined by VT Renovations) for each casework elevation or architectural woodwork with seven (7) days of bid award. 4. Contractor is responsible to take all field measurements required to furnish & install new casework. Contractor shall examine existing surfaces to insure a proper f1t. Contractor will properly scribe and caulk all edges to provide a clean appearance acceptable to the owner and VT Renovations. ' 5. Contractor shall properly adjust all doors, hinges. shelves, etc.. after initial installation prior to final completion 6 All work under Division 6 shall be completed by a contractor qualified in this field of work. 7. See Division 9 for finishes other than plastic laminate or other pre-fmished sulfaces. 8. Plastic laminate manufacturer's shall be Wilsonart, Pionite, Nevamar or approved equal. Submit all alternates for approval prior to installation. DVSON 7: 1. Contractor is responsible to seal all penetrations per code. Contractor shall seal all penetrations through fire rated assemblies (walls, ceilings, floors, etc... ) with a UL approved method. Submit UL detail for approval prior to installa.t1on. DVSON 8: 1. All hardware shall comply with ATSM standards 2. Coordinate all new,ocksets w1tn the VT Lock Shop. Contractor shall contact VT Lock Shop to venfy lockset type, style and keyway prior to biddmg. Unless otherwise specified, Contractor shall provide three (3) keys for each new lockset. 3 Contractor is responsible to have new keyways installed with VT master system. 4. Contractor 'ts responsible to furnish & install new doors and frames as detailed in drawings and specifications. Doors and frames to be commercial grade and have proper fire rating All doors and frames shall be installed by a contractor qualified to complete work in this field. 5. Contractor is responsible to provide a complete installation of specialty hardware sets, ie- card readers, magnetic locks, magnetic strike locks, etc.. Furnish & install all miscellaneous materials required for a complete installation 6.. Contractor shall provide all glass & glazing services as detailed on drawings and specifications All glass and glazing shall be installed per industry standards DVSON 9: du. _t,_,,

94 1 All wall construction to consist of m;nimum 22 gauge st Jds, spaced 16" o.c. and 5/8" sheetrock unless otherwise specified, and in all cases be constructed per approved VUSBC methods Tape and fmish all patches and new walls and properly prepare for pamt 2. All fire rated wall and ceiling assemblies shall be constructed per UL approved methods. Contractor shall label all f1re rated walls as follows: "Fire rated assembly" with red paint and stencil 3. Provide sound! thermal msulation batts as called for in drawings and specifications. 4 All partitions walls shall be braced every 4' to ad.iacent structure. 5. All surtaces to be painted shall be properly prepared to receive new paint. All cracks, holes and irregularities shall be properly filled and patched to receive new paint Patch all drywall surtaces to a level 3 finish unless otherwise noted. 6. All wall and ceilings surfaces to receive new paint shall be latex pa1nt- flat unless othervvise noted. Painting shall consist of one (1) prime coat and two (2) f1nish coats or as many as are required to provide a uniform appearance acceptable to the owner. Colors to be selected from manufacturer's standard selections unless othervvise noted. 7. All door frames to receive paint shall be semi-gloss finish unless otherwise noted Paint minimum two (2) coats or as many as are required to provide a uniform finish acceptable to the owner 8. Approved paint manufacturer's shall include Duron Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams. All paints shall be commercial grade 9. All doors, casework or architectural woodwork to receive a stained f1nish shall be properly prepared and a minimum of two (2) coats of stain and tvvo (2) coats polyurethane sealant shall be applied or as many as are required to provide a uniform finish acceptable to the owner 10. All floors shall be properly prepared to receive new flooring per manufacturer's recommendations. Colors to be selected by owner from manufacturer's standards 11. All new acoustical ceilings shall be Armstrong or approved equa!. nstall 2' x 2' unless othervvise specified. Contractor shall furnish & install all miscellaneous materials required for a complete installation. 12. All carpet shall be J&J ndustries "n the Loop" or approved equal (100% graphic loop pattern, 28 oz. face weight). Submit all alternates for approval 2 days prior to bid date. All carpet to have lifetime warranty for edge ravel, zippering, and delamination. 13. All wall base shall be Johnsonite, Rappe or approved equal. Submit all alternates for approval prior to installation 14. Contractor shall clean & wax ali VCT, laminate, sheet vinyl type floors per manufacturer's cleaning instructions. DVSON 13: 1. Contractor will install minimum 5/8" lead lined sheetrock for use in all radiation areas. Furnish & install 2" wide lead strips at all joints. 2. Unless otherwise specified all lead lined sheetrock in radiation areas to be minimum 7' a.f.f. 3. Contractor shall furnish & install lead lined doors and frames in all radiation areas 4. Contractor shall label all lead lined walls as follows: "Lead lined wall ft above floor slab" 5 Contractor shall follow all state, federal. local and VT OEHS A/B rules and regulations. Contractor shall be provided a "Design" from OEHS in the specification to b1d DVSON Contractor shall furnish & install all miscellaneous materials required for mechanical & plumbing work, inclusive of, but not limited to: valves, piping, ductwork. duct seal, hangers, supports, valve tags, couplings, etc.. Gii Hl N

95 2 Contractor shall furnish & install piping & ductwork insulation as required 3. All work on fire protection systems shall. be completed by a contractor qualified to work,n th.ls f1eld 4. f sprinkler heads are deleted or new added, contractor shall provide revised sprinkler calculations for the area(s) affected. 5. Contractor shall coordinate all fire protection modifications with the State Fire Marshall and/or the VT Fire & Life Safety Office. 6. Furnish & install plumbing fixtures as indicated in drawings & specifications All fixtures to be commercial grade and new, non-used fixtures. 7. Notify the Control Center and VT Renovat1ons pr.lor to any util'1ty shutdowns or work'1ng on sprinklers or smoke detectors 8. SHUT DOWNS- All utility shut downs and disconnects that are required under this work must be coordinated with VT Renovations and the University. Contractor should identity what shut downs will be required and notify VT Renovations at least seven days in advance so the proper authorization can be obtained. Contractor should provide for a reasonable amount time and material to investigate existing conditions to determine location, duration, and extent of each shut down. All service interrupt'1ons shall be scheduled w lth no disruption to the Owner and occupants. This work shall be performed at off hours 9. Contractor shall provide Testing & Balancing services as required. T&B shall be performed by a contractor qualified to complete work in this field. Contractor shall provide a minimum of four (4) copies of all T&B reports. 1 D. Contractor will be responsible to complete a pressure test of all gas lines modified under this scope of work. Contractor will give a m lnimum 48 hours notice to VT Renovat1ons before test1ng beg lns. Tests to be witnessed by both VT Renovations and VT Facilities_ Testing methods will conform to VUSBC /P code and regulations. 11. Contractor shall provide certification testing of all medical gas modifications by a company certified to complete work of this type. Provide a minimum of four (4) copies of test reports. DVSON 16: 1. All electrical work to be performed by a contractor qualified to complete work of this type. 2 Conduit: the use of flexible metallic conduit is prohibited, unless authorized by VT Renovations Department. All conduit in walls shall be EMT, sized as required and installed per code. 3. Voice/data drops: All voice data drops shall consist of 3/4" conduit stubbed 6" above ceiling or to nearest access1ble ceil1ng with a single outlet box installed 18" a.f.f and pull stnng. f surface mounted drops are called for, supply wiremold and s,ngle outlet box with pull string 18" a. ff. 4. Contractor shall properly identify and label all circuits in panel box during its operations. Contractor is responsible to properly identify and trace all circuits prior to turning off breakers. 5. Contractor shall field verify panel load pnor to adding any additional service by appropriate methods prior to bidding. 6. Contractor is responsible to completely research and become familiar with existing conditions of electrical service prior to bidding. 7. Contractor shall install same type breakers in electrical panels. 8. SHUT DOWNS -All utility shut downs and disconnects that are required under this work must be coordinated with VT Renovations and the University. Contractor should identify what shut downs will be required and notify VT Renovations at least seven days in advance so the proper authorization can be obtained. Contractor should provide for a reasonable amount time and material to invest1gate existing conditions to determine location. duration, and extent of each shut down. All service 1nterrupt'1ons shall be scheduled w 1th no disruption to the Owner and occupants. Th'1s work shall be performed at off hours

96 9. Furnish & install electrical fixtures as detailed on drawings and specifications All fixtures to be commercial grade and new non-used f1xtures. By initialing below, all parties agree to the above Special Conditions. VT Renovations Contractor Customer ' 1

97 \:~iii1nrv' Building C(>rrtpnnr letter Responses PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVCES Virginia Po~yteci1nic nstitute & State University Facility Renovaiiuw. Progrom iv\onciswmerrr nterview L_ctter Responses

98 February 8, 2012 Mr. W. Thomas Koloupek Director of Moter"1ols Management Virginia Polytechnic nstitute & State University Purchasing Department 270 Southgate Center (0333) Blocksburg, VA RE: RFP# , Facility Renovations Program Management Services Dear Mr. Koloupek, On behalf of Gilbone Building Company, : om pleased to submit responses to the questions posed in your January 25, 2012, letter in preparation for our interview on February 15, 2012, from 1 :30 pm- 3:30 pm. Since we are providing examples, we hove structured our response according to the order in which questions were asked, with tabs, so that the examples are provided with each question. We look forward to further clarification with you and your Selection Committee members in person. f you have additional questions prior to our meeting on February 15th, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you very much for considering the Gilbane Building Company team for this important and exciting project opportunity. Sincerely, GLBANE BULDNG COMPANY John Taylor, CCM, LEED AP Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Region Richmond District Manager Gilbane Building Company 830 E. Mow. Street, Suite 300, Richmond, VA Tel: i Fax:

99 .1. Company's Staffing Commitment Present your company's stahing commitment to this project. Thi5 commitment shah include a functianol overview of your proposal, names and titles for all key po:;itions and their line of communicai'ion with VT :;tah. This will also be an opportunity for you to ask questions of us. Gil bane is committed to providing the executive leadership and level of staffing as depicted in our proposed organization chart. We understand that we must simultaneously be "structured" in our staffing in order to provide management control and process consistency, but be "flexible" in our staffing in order to provide the number of people and the most appropriate skill sets for the actual projects as they arise. We have proposed a start-up team based on our best effort to envision a typical year's workload, but we are prepared to add and subtract team members to meet changing needs. Virginia Polytechnic Edward Watson, P.E. Director University Planning Design and Construction John Taylor, CCM, LEED AP, V.P. Richmond District Manager _project MANA<;ER _ Melanie Townshend, LEED AP Senior Project Executive Colin Robinson Judi McCoy John Taylor, Jr. James Baldwin, LEED AP Brian Thornton Mike Moubroy Alan Harris 1 :-;:nl. 1-',-_,.,,"111 : '',. ''., z'" ~ :~:. '" '''" f : " \,.,-, c 1.,,. 1 ' r' G='T!"', ~. l 111 if~4

100 To reiterate, the key positions proposed to start are as follows. We have indicated what we anticipate the line of communication to be, but of course, will adjust this for any communications protocols you want to follow. John Taylor, CCM, LEED AP Vice President, Richmond District Manager ~ Provides executive oversight and accountability to Virginia Tech; ~ Makes executive-level outreach to trade contractors to reinforce schedule and perfonnance requirements; > Commits to regularly-scheduled Principal's meetings with Virginia Tech University Planning, Design and Construction Director Mr. Edward 0. Watson, PE (Mr. Watson) and other Virginia Tech leaders as desired. Melanie Townshend, LEED AP Senior Project Executive > Serves as the Account Manager for Virginia Tech; > Organizes and provides strategic direction to the on-site team, ensures that they have all the required resources; > Commits to a regular schedule of management meetings with Mr. Watson and will participate in project-specific meetings and other activities as needed. Colin Robinson, PMP Project Manager > Manages daily on-going operations of the team and assigns projects to construction managers; f Serves as the general liaison to the Virginia Tech Facilities Business Service Center, Purchasing Office, and program departments with whom we work; ~ Commits to an on-going stream of reporting and dialogue with Mr. Watson and his designees. John Taylor, Jr., LEED AP Cost Estimator and Project Launch Support > Prepares cost estimates and other required documentation for project authorization; ~ Serves as a "check and balance" review to ensure that correct steps have been taken and approvals secured before project start, while supporting the construction managers in promptly addressing requests. ~ Commits to present estimates and obtain authorizations from appropriate staff as designated by Virginia Tech. Judi McCoy Administration Office Engineer f Provides administrative and purchasing support to the team; > Maintains the project database and other records and reports; f Commits to communicate dailv and work closclv with the Business Service Center and Purchasing Ofnce.

101 Mike Moubray, Brian Thornton, Alan Harris, James Baldwin, LEED AP Construction Managers ~ Provide hands-on management of individual projects from initiation through completion; ~ Serve as the primary, consistent contact for the user representative; )o Commit to daily, on-going communication V.'ith users, Virginia Tech service departments, and other project participants. We hope that this elaboration is helpful. Our team is looking forward to meeting with you and talking with you about what they feel they can bring to the successful implementation of the Virginia Tech Facility Renovation Program Management contract. 2. fee Methodology A fh\~~d percentage fee met+tc,dology has b~en proposed. We would like to knov/ more information obou1 this approach: o. Should b0 cs~esscd ond hov/ \viii this too b-: routlnclv billed b. Sorne project durations ore icnn ond due to their titt1ing may cross-fincmcioi occountin~l periods (Fisce1l \Cors). Hovv vvould this be~ dealt with? c. t therq is c1 sur~1e onj.:'or Jecline in proiect octiv'rty which require:. :;tot-hnf_; 're:-:ve'is tu b~ incre~u:;ed or rt-duced, hov.: will th'rs lv:~ occortipk;hed with o ti)";ec~ percento~e' fee? This question is rc!evunt tc ped orrnon~'2 stund(jrds ond not pridn<;jr since it is und0;r stood tht=_:- fixed percenro~jc is sc:. cl. TF:.~ progrnrn rnnrlo~j'::r :;hnll pcdorrn oil sirnplc sh::tchcs, d~~o rt::jils, nnd/or dmvlin T:, rlece:;sor y ic1 ckdine t he scop':o' O"f work c:nd Gcquir:~, the ~;: op;:;r bui\jir1g pcrrnits from th0 University Buildinfl Off-icio!. This cfiort will be included in your mono~jcmont fc e. On projects vvhc;rc_! c)rok ssional dcsipn services oro r equired (occor ding tu th<::: uttuched ciucurtlc>rd or thr~ Univer sity f3uildin~j Of+iciol.. s opinion} y~xjr TlClt"lClQ(~rnent iee will be upplir_:d to th::; controci omount di"cu::~ed above, ond will be included in the toto! (~r.htsituci'iot : rncnlu ;1f.;r.H::'nt {r,:-:: Tiv.::',e scnv::' crit:;~rio upply tel onv :;pec_ tul ~~::~ :;ftrlg ur "tnspcc.t!on;, thot r{::qu'rre the st::rv"to:::; nf c1 H1itd purl\'. We propose that the fixed fee percentage be assessed on the actual cost of all design, construction, site general conditions, fixtures, furniture and equipment put in place for each project assigned to our team. This fee can be billed monthly based on a tabular log of all costs submitted for payment during the month, although we are open to discussion of other processes if easier to implement.

102 "'~ - lt is understood that some projects cross over f1scal years. We are always able to show the current Predicted Final Cost of a given project on the cost reports that we maintain for the project because we project cost based on the commitments rather than the payments. This allows us to give you a projection to accrue if needed to "close out" a fiscal year. Otherwise, it appears that your current systems allow you to make a payment in the current year even it coded to funding granted in the prior year and this procedure would apply to our monthly billing. We are committing to provide sufficient personnel to ensure customer satisfaction through the inevitable surges and declines in workload. Our experience on similar programs has allowed us to project for this in calculating the proposed fixed fee. Gil bane accepts the risk inherent in this arrangement as long as (a) the understanding is that all projects are being managed by construction managers with multiple assignments and (b) we have autonomy in moving personnel in and out when the workload changes. The deployment of our staff and associated customer satisfaction will be a major focus for our project executive, Melanie Townshend, who will review this regularly with Ed Watson and others as desired. As mentioned in our proposal, some projects may require a dedicated manager for a period of time. f we agree that this is needed, we have proposed a rate for this additional team member. Examples of cases where this might be needed include work only possible over an extended night shift or work of a hazardous nature, demanding constant supervision. Gil bane expects to prepare simple sketches. diagrams and drawings for scoping, phasing, and other communication purposes. We have planned for this in our staffing and in our proposed fee. However, we strongly suggest that any drawings being prepared for design and/or permitting purposes should be prepared by a separate design professional and the cost of that services be pm1 of the total project cost on which our fixed fee is calculated. f we were to mix design responsibilities with our construction management duties we would be introducing many new contract issues into the otherwise streamlined agreement you envisioned. We agree that some special testing and inspection may be required at times from a third party and we would anticipate that to be part of the total project cost. '3.. Fee Methodology To fully understand the components of the project to be provided under the inclusive f'h:_ed percentage fcc n1odd, and to be used to determine o final payment amount in th-e event a project is stopped after bcin9 autho1 ized. piease provide an exompic{s) of how the fixed percentage management fees would be dcrivec:. Please include the various project element:; such cs. field investigation, cost estimating, c1ssistancc with procurement, cus.tome: liai:.or., permitting, project supervision, coordination, document, project dost: out, w<1rranty, etc. The following components are included in the fixed fee proposal: ~ Home Offlcc Resources: - Project executive and district manager time \l.rqint-:1 p,-,,,/f,!<:.h!-,,- 1,.. 1:".'1'' c'r ';h'" '""''r.:t,-!nt1;h'if.".o.'. c:tf:>' i>c-r C>V l.., :,. rl l,- kc'll -.,_, ":' ',',l-.'

103 f - Estimating time supporting field team - Blueprints, copies, postage expended by office for the project - Safety officer time - T systems (proprietary), equipment, and support time Accounting time to support field team - SWAM Coordinator time to support field team Travel expenses for these personnel Field Team Resources: Project Manager time - Cost Estimator time ~ Office Engineer time - Construction Manager time - Travel expenses and temporary living for field team f General Expenses: f First aid supplies - Blueprints, copies, postage - Cell phone expenses - Auto, professional, general and excess liability insurance Gross receipts taxes Expendable office supplies and office tools Professional Fees: Home office overhead - Profit n the event that a project is stopped after being authorized, we suggest that our fixed fee be calculated by one of the following methods: () f construction commenced and some degree of work was completed, then our fixed fee would be based on the actual project costs as usual (2) f the project was stopped prior to work beginning in the field (with only planning, design and/or procurement tasks accomplished), then we would be compensated by a fiat $5,000 cancelled project fee for project where the Budget Estimate was under $1,000,000 or a $15,000 fee if the Budget Estimate was $1,000,000 or higher. Our proposed fixed fee structure, being administered as we suggest, will cover all of the elements that you have asked about: field investigation, cost estimating, assistance with procurement, customer liaison, permitting, project supervision, coordination, documentation, close-out and warranty administration, to the degree required on each project.

104 4. Transition Plan Fravide Ci detailed transition pian and c;xplanoti:::m for your transition o.ssurrdng an ntent t-o Award in f\/10rch 2012, with contract execution occurring wh-hin 30 days of the issuance of the notice. y,ihat steps do you e:nvision taking thot wi\i convert the renovations project mona9erncnt st?ction from in-house to under your management? Y,/hut time wiu be allotted for each step? What recommendations de yqu have that wo;; could collectively implement to limit the impoct on the Virginia Tech campus community '1-vho are currently engaged in some phc::.e of renovation activities? Transition Plan: Week l -ntent to Award issued Week 2- On-site kickoff meeting # l ' Current projects review ~ Current staff review ' Roster of campus service providers Plan for office mobilization Upcoming projects review ' Communication Plan development Week 3- On-site kickoff meeting #2 Plan for current project han doff ~ Set up engagement meetings v..-'ith service providers (departments) Begin office mobilization Review and approve details of process flow chart and all forms and reports ~ Communications Plan in progress Week 4- Contract issued, circulate for signature, on-site kickoff meeting #3 ' Begin soft launch of first projects ~ Communications Plan in progress Office open ~ Review, resolve open questions about procedures Week 5- Official Go-Live We anticipate "go-live" in the fifth week after award, if that meets with the approval of Virginia Tech Leadership. There are key components to the success of the roll-out of the outsource program: Taking on existing projects. ' Launching the first few ' demonstration'' projects.

105 f Establishing relationships with the BSC Purchasing Office, and existing service departments (maintenance, housekeeping, security, T, security, etc.). ~ Widespread communication about the ne\\' program. f Management approval of process details But none is as crucial as simply getting on campus, circulating and letting relationships begin to form. n order to minimize the impact on current projects \ve need to look at the status of each, which we would accomplish by end of week 3 and put a "shadow" person on the project to get involved before the official transition week 5. As a minimum we would conduct an introductory meeting and site walk with each of those project teams. Depending upon the details of the existing project workload, we would assign one of our construction managers to complete and close those, apart from our staff assignments for new projects. We will strive to fmd a value add, or simply an act of"vp" customer service for each of those ongoing projects to create a positive buzz. 5. Project Estimates /~w 1 mst projects will require you to provide more fhan one project- cost c;;timate. These estimates wil! b12 referred to as Budget Estimates Refined Budget Estimotc for u fee (if requ~sted) and Dclaiied Estimates. Below is the model for providing accurate and complete estimates.: We appreciate your sharing of the models for "Budget Estimates," "Refined Budget Estimates," and "Detailed Estimates." These models are consistent with our understanding and we are comfortable with the degrees of accuracy specified. Following is a recap ofhm.v \Ve approach preparation of the estimates at each level. Budget Estimates (within 20% accuracy): The level of detail at this stage will most likely be at the "square foot" level or at a "task list" level, depending upon the nature of the information available. Pricing is driven by historical cost data from similar projects. We often use our Gil bane proprietary Cost Advisor program to prepare this kind of estimate in consultation with the users. These estimates can generally be prepared in a week or less and we prefer to present them to the user representative in a meeting to address questions and obtain their feedback. There are several tactics we use when the estimate presented is not as expected: ~ Detailed reconciliation of program to estimate: Charette meeting with users and designers. if involved. to do preliminary value management; f Suggesting how the project could be phased to spread cost over time; f Prioritization of items to be carried as bid alternates. As always, having a clear understanding of our estimate helps the user representative make smart decisions in the face of limited resources.

106 This is an example of a simple renovation budget estimate prepared for a client in a meeting setting. t combines "tasks" they identified, such as creating a Courtyard Connector, with blocks of space to be renovated, described by square footage and the "degree" of renovation our field visit suggested was required...!!lli1i"f~"""" J SCENAR!O 6D 5\\jjlifj"""-""'fn::<"~..;:::".~".i"C:""'.~:;~- r-., :n ~':il:~:t'"':ili!llll <;;i;ii:,f.9.!~~'" ~Jmi.,.~,, l,tm r.~.:.~y,~;u~~; "J',;);: ~1:,~. :._~;::qt,_ }'-J.. J;'~ ~~ il l ~J ~ rrlp ~, ~ 1J'~.l,i!lj,,~.,~li] Medium Reno C'Section'820 SF $135,300 Light Renovation 1000 SF LDR $121,000 Allow for Couryard Connector $45,000 New Construdion2760 SF 3 OR's $.1,214,400 Light Renovation 1800 SF Support $217,800 Heavy Rena 6840 SF Prep/PACU $1,525,320 Premium to exp PH/Add AHU. $500,000 Subtotal $3,758,820 Contingency Plus Escalation 15% $563,823 Subtotal $4,322,643 CM and Site Svgcs Combined 15% $648,396 Subtotal $4,971,039 Equipment Costs $2,500:000 Design & Other Soft Cost 10% $497,104 Owner's Contingency 10% $497,104 Total $8,465,247

107 ~~ CostAdvisor for HigherEd EXECUTVE SUMMARY Project:Generic Health Science Center Project Date: 1/18/ :52 PM Scenario:Reno Scenario Project Type: HigherEd Location: NC- Raleigh Report Date: 02/06/2012 Owner: A University Program Manager: Devol Architect: TBD COE Representative: Devol Gilbane Estimator: Smith Gilbane: Preconst'ruction Start Date: 01130/2012 Construction Start Date: 05/01/2013 Construction End Date: 05/01!201 S CONCEPTUALMODELCOSTSUMMARY Nevv Construct1on Fit-Out: 302,000 $58,865,240 $ Renovation 0 $0 $0.00 Total new/ Reno Fit-Out (B(3SF) 302,000 $58,865,240 $ New Construction Core anci Shell $13,333,428 $44.15 $72,198,668 $ ~ B_'_'il_d_rn_g_r _._o_n_st_ru_c_t_ro_n_t_o_t_a_\ ~ $3,903,501 $42.23 Total Conceptu3'1 f /1o~Jel Cost $76,102,169 $ Construction Esculat1on to m'1dpomt of construction 9.49% $6,625,689 included in cost SOFT COST SUMMARY Report created on: 2/6/2012 mt~;~~i!itr: ;~m~l~jwtrth~~~~~mr~f~4:l ~r~-r-~pt~~r~~!w?tj~~w~r~ fn!irtli!f';>: _;:.fj~~w'ii!i~\1:ill:'~"f-i<ll<u~ ~i~ll.:l:-jilit!;i;~."'~41 '1::~1':.1h.~(;d'fuhWt~il:f.raori4tL-Jt;;::,,c-~.Efb~; 'All information contarned herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. Gii~ HN Higher Education

108 "----. ~ Soft Cost EscalatiCW; tc thr>2 :: months p;-lm to end of COilSti-\..<:JOn 0.00% $0 included in cost ProjE:ct Total Cost: $96,954,738 $ Report created on: 2/6/2012 All information contained herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. Gil tbm Higher Education

109 ""'",...,~ B ~l :;'r'g -;::e 18r' Bl, ':::::1-,gS"E' CostAdvisor for HigherEd CONSTFWCTO'l COST SUMM!\RY (GROUP BY FLOOR OR REVENUE) Project: Generic Health Science Center Scenario:Reno Scenario Project Date:1/18/2012 7:47:52 PM Project Type:HigherEd Level- 01 F2c11Hy :!'1d Stud~nt chcng9 (3-. tlts 8athr0crns in lflb 2 <?a 8 Sbr<l~J'l eoul, S'-!pp\\OlS. r:j01ta L'is:;;r.cti0'1 Spn.c'J Gcn :;r:::!l Diss ::ction G!asssd i Stg ~--~ B $115 $01 $229,772 D. $1881 $01 $1,312,984!~--~ $30~.053 B $4331 $01 $433,285 $0 $44,150 A $1901 $01 $ $01 $44, A $1901 $01 $227,8961 $01 $52,981 Sfg Sur;:: lics and aquip Stg H2::,"Jaste Stg A11atomy Spgr;im!Ps F es:1 t(ssu 8 $148 sol $ $01 $35, - $450 $01 $67,4551 $01 $6,623 ~+.:.\'Ji~se;lt CR in Anatomy '. Faculty ch~mgg rrns!och,.,"' $578 $0 $462,5451 $0 $35,320 $305 $0 $365,760 $0 $52,981 B $144 $0 $ $0 - B $1591 $01 $39,8001 $0 B $312 $01 Level- 02 Change rms 2' Bio rd>"cl1 Lab ) $270 $ ~ 'eport created on: 2/6/2012 *All information contained herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. G1!~J3Ht Hiqher Education

110 =-= ' Eo.;i'di!'g,'/c'e Th.sr; Bl' 'dt?-~'~' D~il.-3 t~nalysjs R(lOn:Js B Rse-:;ption B $1 B $1,c\!1 cff:ces in!)i,_. B B Level-03 U 1 ;le<ricn- P;Jl.ron ;.'jerk 3!~::-:-:::e Gr<VJP S t'jc;y n;v5 & S::>r'1iP2r, 0 B 1- -f----u351 o~ $2051 $01 $253,365! $0! $54,5261 $307, B B S~udy an: "'s 8 $0 $317,086 $0 Toti:li:> br floor: $985,911 $0 Level-04 Simulction L8hs (OR rocm, and D 8 Stg Equip and supp!!gsj B $0 $0 Offlc8S 8 $0 $167,159 $0 r-::it"1!3 fer Hoc r: $4,672,921 $0 Report created on: 2/6/2012 *All information contained herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. rn!:m ;rn Higher Education

111 8~.;i'CCrg V-::re 'han Et '-:h.. g;o :;, Level-05 R:::~e.crch tab 3(8CP. To be D;::vscl. rot8!5 for floor: 0 Level-06 T oifi-:;~,3 '.>nd.rmrh spacs::; B T jlals for floo' t 5, j $1,122,0151 $01 $260,4871 $1,382,503 Level-07 Br~a!; cut Far:<.J!t}' B $159 B $166 Larg':' open Quiet SttJr;ly D Cc:~lpt:ter room 70 stud<:o!nt 8 $0 'v"\iellnes~ B $0 $220,752 Physio a 1d,ve!!ness Stg rc:oms D $0 $57,396 Lccf::er rc,on1s. tci!ets. etc B $229,582 8 $165,436 Tct:J!s for $7,243,527 Level- 08,c\dmissions Spa $0 $123,621 Report created on: 2/6/2012 *All information contained herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. Gil h1it Higher Education

112 ::o:---~~ 4 Buitjqcg V::;-re Thi:;r' B'.- 'c:r;g;:<;:: Level- 09 Faculty Fatuity' 0Gpt G-sn of1!r'] s\g B Confer?nc:q ro<jms 8 $0 Oe::ms :;;;u!t9 B $0 Fac J!t.,- ll1-3i! l"ii);-~, :::opy, s-t-::. 8 $73,527 $0 $17,660 T')tCJis for flocr: $2,968,000 $741,727 Level- 10,- - C~MHO~ Tohls for lloar: 22,000 0 $4,967,299 $-;;- $971,3091 $5,938,60~...,.., Level-11 Stg for Multi lecture Multipur;.x:;;og roorn l9dure B D C:o1se Study 4,400 0 A $0 $0 15,100 0 $0 Level-12 C!i11L: Tc <sl3 roc flo Jr: L 15,0001 L --~~ $3,355,1431 $01 $662,256j $4,017,3991 Report created on: 2/6/2012 "All information contained herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. GT~m;t Higher Education

113 Bo..;iid;r-g '':bre Tfl:;:;n 8t;, dh~gs~' Level-20 B - B $1,839,527 Pub!!'; tol!sts in 2,260 Wc:lls 1,400 Cit(:!...!!atiOL high end 11,200 Public tit:;; 3% T0t3!s for floor: B 01 B ~ $77 -" B $74 ol B ~ ;;-- $ $0 $366, $99,780 ' $o1 $ $0 $494, $37, $4,475,308 New Fit-out Total Cost: $58,865, ,000 Core and Shell Total Cost: $13,333,428l Reno Fit-out Total Cost: $0 0 Core and Shell CosUSqft: $44 Total Area All Buildings: 302,000 Total Construction Cost All Buildings: $72,198,668 'eport created on: 2/6/2012 All information contained herein is designed to provide assistance and advice and does NOT constitute an estimate or promise of price. G11 ~hi jtij Higher Education

114 Reconciliations: The following shows a detailed reconciliation of a client's program to budget, which we prepared when our initial estimate was very different from user expectations. We did a similar exercise for all components of their project and we able to work together to agree on a revised program and budget so that the project could move forward. UVA EAST CH!llt R PLANT PRDGfU\M/B'JDGT RECONCLATON PROGRAM RECONCUATON ESliMATF. BUDGET RECONCUAliON BUtlGF.T Ug:m A Pm~<!S Packa e s 1l,52.11,[}iJQ nitial Scope wa~il pro~::m tor~ mil'jimum or 1G,t)()O tom ofccotlnr,; wrth opportunity to< future sxp~rosron to 14,000 or l&,oqo mns lnr;i~[ lnstnll.:itlort to he ton~ (::!C1'11l'n,3CT'~j rrutl-.!1 Budget w~~ b~5ed en htstotitlll ~ll. root\ ch~ tela~d bv Afl11nd UV,_ nnrt vendor rnnut. Lurff'nt :,cone is ~il nr.t~<'fl(<t~t i'l~ ~b011e. Th~ rqulpment confi!l\tfil~kll, ~till h<'> lo bt 1 ev\~1:-d to move all pump~\a tm tewnd floo: and to mcrv~ all P.~.Ctrl<.alequ~nmerrt roth~ ~~rtj {R'"et eace VMfl)_ Sl'!venll VM lde~s are ~W tn'mr w11rl:et! (RoiQronr.c JM!). h!\ttn.> '<qulp!'ll~rll,,,t,j~trr r> pm~itkm~ will be lnciu(jbt.l Ele~trh'lil P.qllii"H!t',t Will bo hou~{!d tn N[Mfl PM i:'r!!.osurl!.l. OUt td new)'>rtj locetion_ ]ll:m. B Va ll;! le Fre UMt Dr ve~ Orrr,inal Scope did not induce o«slred varklble frmwency drlv!!c;; C:l.lrrvnr ~cope im:ktde~ one ami bid documenu willmdrrd~ 1111Hif'l!l(l;l~ for lwo 11ddit!una:.,.s ke-s Dt1r,ln;\l S~upe Vias not ej-timated lndividu~lly bl't W!.~~ Ul!rr;entape of the hlnorit~l ~o11s fu:commend hudset incm~le n1 ';>170,000 t!'. ii!:cdt1'1mod~tr, htturq oq~ripmpr,t pr01/1~lor1~. ;::onllf.\lrron ch~n~ not 'flat enginel!r~d. -und spociirtlltion te!vi'ilnm tj) elacttkill eq!llpmenl ~tot inr.lur.!nd n!llio~er Fi!.'Q.>rP huo~ct <ldjtjmrnenl. trt tht: ~motl!l\ of S:>20,000 for lnl!ial VrO, HWldnl-t:d elc>tltlt~l lind t'otiol-i \ cornli'r!lon~ hu JO"'d n l\ufl;h"' atmv~ l l~ecmnrn 1\d buclgc-t ~d:u~tm~nt n hi<' ;mount o1 5/.C,Orl(l Curn:rrLScopl:! ~~ tntimatr;!l fot ortu~l job rtmdltlon>!-' ] ' $J45,1KJO for ~tt~ >erwres to recognlu! ;ctual lrpqulr~m!"rm 145,000

115 Detailed Estimates: Attaclled on the following pages are examples of detailed estimates from a small college project and from your own Signature Engineering Building. At this stage, the estimates contain more details, but also reflect quotations from contractors. Those quotes may contain exclusions or there may be work not covered by quotes, and we carry appropriate monies to cover these items. As shown in the Signature Engineering Building sample, a complex project may require more extensive back-up information to fully explain the cost basis.

116 St. Mary's College Margaret Brent Relocation Deisgn Bulld 9/2/10 Division Division 2- Division 3 - Division 4- Division 5 - Division 6- PROJECT STE SERVCES: STTEWORK: CONCRETE MASONRY: METALS: WOOD & l'lastcs: Gii~EHnl $45,010 --~------~l_lll, GJ 32.G8%,.$~0,7~.4 }]"_"/o... ' $1 R, % --~ "'. "-- ' --~$.1_~,21:2 2.~2_"/o.. -~l,~j_~----il_:~j~o Division 7- THERMAL & MOSTURE PROTECT $8, % _12i'0_sl_Cli~ : )()Q_RS, HARDW ~RE & STORErRO $14, ~ Division 9- FNSHES: $18,481 Divisior, 10 - SPECAL TES: $.1,45() Division 1 l - EQUPMENT $0 Division12- FURNSHNGS $ Division 13 - SPECAL CONSTRUCTfON $0 2.5:2% 3.32% % % O.OO}'o 0.00% Division 14 - CONVEYANCE: $0 0.00% Division 15 - MECHANCAL: Division ELECT!UCAL $162, '25% Subtotal - Direct Cost: $555, "% --- Design Contingency % $27, % Subtotal $583, % -~ --~~~-~-~-----"--~ Contractor Default nsurance '.20% $7, % Subtotal $590, % Constm-ction Contingency 3.00% $17, % Subtotal $608, % CMGC&Fee Total Area 6,989 SF $

117 St. Mary's College Margaret Brent Relocation 09/02/10 6,989 Total Area 6,989 SF Oh. L PROJECT SHE SEJ\VJCF.S: $45,()1 0 Site Service!~: 45,/JJJ Site- wol'k ~:~!sc. Ex-istin&_~y~l~~i_ng -~-~~~~m Demc 111/u" ~-?~~-~~--of Ex_istillg cbc.c".cilccd;.c""e_o _,,. - :_- lii!.~!:~~1_:i.'!t.~---!e_q_~!-- -~1_~--- i_t_~~gmdltlg_.5,00.!!:~1) {)OfJ 8.00 j,oo/j /1 4.00(1 6,125 p~~~-~lng Moven; Fill Existing Bl.lilich:g_~ ~~~51/Stnblize ex.isiing silc fxcav11te 1.s 91./HO.Uf! Y/.011/1 12, v.n~?~!':_~--"------~~-(!0 j_}_~ JJU n S.250 Setliment f Ero5itJJ Conll\ll POO,((J 4c.".c\Oc O _ Site Utilities: Cut o1!d _C,<l_P_ E~i~Ling Build~ng Utilit\e) Water Stoml Wa-ter _ S_tomt Water Stmcntre Sewer,... -.m~ ~ :~~:.~:mwj~1mm::$.1uf~~--- JO t.r j\ 1( ~.QEQ!'!! ,500 9,900.f.9.H _ L_oug_ 2,500 FDC Lint ~v~~~-~~.!-.r~-~1.~-~. Fin: Water {J..r (} lf.. ~.!li; (! J,O_~~;pg 85./ "- 0 Stttl~OYemCfilS: iy,b50 SJ9.850 Site'P,wiJJgs ~~~~----» S20,0UC Ln~~-~caplng: Ln1H1scnr_ing fpy_s_r~s~- /0, OUO. 00 :.::.O,c:O;;;;OO:_ 10,1)()0 s 10,000 CO~CRKJ'E $20,764) Sl"etion ~ Cnst-lu~Phu::e Conct'ete:

118 St. Maty's College Margaret Drent Relocation 09/02/10 6,939.~~~-~-~~rnd~ =-~~cm~!~~-~-~~-~~'2_2 _s::onc~~~- A~cm ~~p..: _ ~lasonry: Section Masonrv: Crowl _Sp;u::c- )' high ] ~fl JV.lri4 f all uao.oo ----'"-""'o"-o 20,?6-/ fH) _, ~2.0~~----"'S,.::Sfc::lll:._ 18,225 S10,76~ $18,225!, llt\'. 5 Mi'.'J'ALS: Section Sll,u:tural Steel: Ul!! bn 2,,c.o1i- $16, Section.1\'Jisc. ivletals: g_xt(l!jor_ Rrdli..,ng,;>c _ MiK Meutl 0 if fi.'j~r;,g_rr L _ '8".'"'()c.- 8,720 $11,7:20

119 St. Mary's College Margaret Brent Relocation 09/02110 llh. 6. WOOD & PLASTCS: Sectlon Rough Cril:p_~ntr.v: Total Area 6,989 6,989 SF $3,4881 ~~~~.:..~~-oc~./1/il} 9 S Wood n~._ k" ~!'--.!L!L~_q :c_o 3, No11e.. --~---!} ~/low---~ /J.(/0 0 () ,_, --~----- so llh. 7. THERMAL & MOSTURE PHOTECTON Sectim1 Metallic- \Vnterproonu~:: Section 'l\1ot11l Wall Pnnrls: () () , ss,oool $0.<:.xptmsion Joints Alicw: ~t_:ction Rooflng: :~l_li:.'_~-_!1:'. R epu r 0.00 ~------'0-0 $0 ~8,000

120 St. Mary's College Margaret Brent Relocation 09/02/10 6,989 \)h.' JJOOR$, HAl<DWA'RE & STOREFRONT Total Area 6,989 SF SH,ooo\ Doors fmnrc:s:[hfn.ill'ilf\' -~ ~-_F:!!_0~ 1i, ~ ~SOOJ!.f'. ;9c:.O:.:O::;..O 9,000.S"-'9,000!}l.EP ou ----' "''"oo"o_ ~-(//)() $5,000 loiv. ':1. FNSHES: Fini'!hes liytr":riorw:j.ls Ceil~ng Repnlrs n~~"': Wnll ~:.!~irs-~~~ ACT Ceilings 1 n tcrio.::_!~ i1~ting Exterior!'a inti ng ~ ~-F 'U l.jo.l,75fl ~ Y.50 2,J 75 s.nu 4.noo '-- () tj :>-;. T!. ---~ ~:~~~- 4,237.5.q.Ft '!), ) 6.J5fr 1, ,000 Cl'lfjl~--- Srnlcd Concrete... ~ 0 fiq. Fi {! OY{h ~----'- 18,431 Sli\,.J8

121 St. Mary's College Margaret Brent Relocation 09/02/10 \ Dh.Jo. SPECL'\LTES: -~p-~~ialti_es Fire Exstingusl!~JS! Cnbin~ls - " Toilet At-ccs:sories Total Aren 6,989 SF J Er.tlr '1'. 350./JU f,(}so JOO.OU <:..:0.:;1! $1,4sol ,450 Ufi'MENT $ (! su Fttrnlshint!s ~tcrior_~ig~a c. 5~tcrio_r~~~-~(l_~ !, (! sol r;;;:;-= SPECAL CONSTRUCTWN -~necinl Construction None 0 '''"' !. 0./J(J O!v. 15. SerHon Ele"ntors: none VKCHAN' CAL: ~--~_ct~_oi~ ~~lumbiug~. ~l:_l!llhing fjvac F!rc Ptt;~to::tim: o.oo...c:._o J ndr ()6, , li sq, (! 0 su $01 0 so $6G,oool , nk 16. <:LECTllTCAL: $1 G2,5RO Section T\Qctrical: h Z,SS0

122 St. Mary's College Margaret Brent Relocation 09/02110 Total. Area 6,989 J62, s 161,5110 TOTAL OF ALL DlV!SlONS $555,880

123 Gilbane Building Co. St M Squnre Feet. " a11' s en 0 ege Notes: 0 Elcv, Are!\ Description Total SF Academlc ServJces Renoval1on Effected Basement Crawl Space 2,752 lst Floor 2,752 2nd Floor 1,485 TOTAL,6:c:,9~89:.Lj,...::jolsF TOTAL GROSS AREA:j 6,9891 SF Gil bane Building Co. Square Feet Page 8

124 Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Blacksburg, Virginia August 12, 2011 Guaranteed Maximum Price Table of Contents Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Section 8 GMP Summary GMP Summary Sheet Direct Cost Breakdown Bid Summary Site Services Breakdown Assumptions, Clarifications and Exclusions Value Engineering Log and Optional Pricing Log Allowance Listing SWaM Worksheet Schedule ZGF RF Responses (RFis # ) Drawings Log and Specification Log

125 G41 &10 Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Direct Cost Breakdown Total Direct Cost SWaM Participation. 1 A -Site Services 2A -Site Work 28 -Caissons 2C -Landscaping 3A- Concrete 38 -Precast Concrete 4A- CMU Masonry 48 - Hokie Stone Masonry SA -Structural Steel 58 - Mise Metals & Ornamental Metals sc - nterior Metal Panels SA -General Trades 68 -Finish Carpentry 7A- Roofing 78 -Metal Panels 7C -Air Barrier & Waterproofing 70 - Fireproofing BA -Glass & Glazing 98 -Drywall & Ceilings 9C- Carpet & VCT 9D- Tile 9E -Epoxy Terrazzo 9F -Painting & Wall Coverings 11A- Lab Casework & Fume Hoods 12A -Window Treatments 128- Seat & Table Assemblies 14A- Elevators 15A - Mechanical 158- Fire Protection 16A -Electrical Aud'1oNisual $1,854,506 $1,262,957 $1,482,044 $502,592 $1,780,000 $2,130,870 $730,884 $3,706,885 $3,712,400 $2,034,770 $351,056 $2,135,898 $1,084,531 $1,010,000 $1,190,000 $578,110 $308,700 $3,382,500 $2,597,310 $424,446 $119,882 $479,993 $254,400 $1,207,300 $178, ,623 $774,212 $16,331,633 $664,700 $6,448,475 $950,000 $150,000 $1,100,000 $120,000 $200,000 $210,000 $2,100,000 $730,000 $3,400,000 $1,332,000 $2,000,000 $0 $2,000,000 $0 $330,000 $330,000 $0 $308,000 $3,382,000 $2,600,000 $424,000 $20,000 $180,000 $254,000 $500,000 $180,000 $10,000 $0 $6,301,000 $0 $6,400,000 $0 TOTAL DRECT COST $59,943,025 $34,561,000 (SWaM % based on total project cost) 52% Minority Bus mess Enterprise% 13%

126 Bid Summary Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building 1 A Site Services '! GMP Bidder#1 ',; Bidder #2 l Bidder #3 Bidder ' ;' ' $1,854,506 2A Site Work $1,262,957 : $1,735,250 ii $1,851,055 i' $1,262, Caissons $1,482,044!: $1,498,300! $1,636,500 $1,482,044 2C -Landscaping i!!!,, i $502,592 $563,922!! $860,690 $502,592 3A- Concrete $1,839,680 ::! $1 '780,000 $2,042,316 $1,780,000 j:!i i ':;,, 38 -Precast Concrete $2,130,870 ) :! $2,444,000 $3,590,700 $2,130,870 4A CMU Masonry!; $730,884 i\ :! 48 - Hokie Stone Masonry ',', $3,340,100!:,,!! $1,099,100 li! $3,706,885 \i i!!! $1,121,100 i' ; $730,884 $4,269,000 $3,706,885 ' SA- Structural Steel i' $3,776,400 1'1 " $3,712,400 l': $3,808,400 ',', $3,712,400!i,; -;- SB - Mise Metals & Ornamental Metals! $2,034,770 $2,189,643 $2,356,275 $2,034,770 SC -nterior Metal Panels SA- General Trades 6B- Finish Carpentry 7A- Roofing i! ' " " $351,056!! 1: $429,800 " '.\ $0 ' $351,056 i' $2,135,898! ' $2,424,737 $0 $2,135,898!: i $1,067,807 $1,019,500 li 7B -Metal Panels!! $1,203,986 li $1 '190,000 7C -Air Barrier & Waterproofing $560,000!i $578, Fireproofing $308,700 SA- Glass & Glazing!! 1.! 1: il $1,084,531 $0 $1,084,531!' i] $3,382,500 $3,967, Drywall & Ceilings $2,597,310 " 9C Carpet & VCT,,,, $1,010,000 $0 i! ' $1,010,000! $2,457,400!: $1,190,000! $510,000 $578,110 $309,500! $482,979 i $308,700,, $4,501,990! $3,382,500 $3,108,200 $3,219,200 $2,597,310 ii < '!t 1i ' $424,446 ; $420,195 $344,603 '! $424,446 9D Tile il $119,882 $158,300! ' $164,430,, ' ' 9F- Painting & Wall Coverings " ',, ' ' $119,882 9E - Epoxy Terrazzo i' $479,993,, $477,588 $0 i! $479,993 $254,400!i $272,283 $394,802 ' $254,400 ' 11A- Lab Casework & Fume Hoods $1,207,300 jl $1,326,608 $1,648,176 ' $1,207,300 ' ' ' 12A- Window Treatments i:! $178,347 i! $294,344 $297,455!i $178,347! 12B- Seat & Table Assemblies ",, ii 14A- Elevators i<! $273,623 $325,010 $397,569 $273,623 $789,150!i!: $774,212 $847,741 i! $774,212 15A- Mechanical i; $16,331,633 $17,502,250 ii ' i< li ' $18,149,000 $16,331,633 15B- Fire Protection $664,700 'i, $712,750 $790,000 $664,700 " 16A - Electrical,, $6,448,475!!\ $6,900,000 $7,700,000 $6,448,475! 1GB- AudioNisual ii i i $950,000 f! i,l. ' TOTALS j;! ' $59,943,025

127 Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building 1A- Site Services Gil bane Base Bid Amount 1 oets $" Chem1cal Toilets S1ora0e rrader Prorect S~qnaoe ' Survey Line &_Grade Jpdatee 3WAM 1 ravel -1rst ~ ld Kits!Malena! Hoiet!Protect Fire 1 1 3afetv ' remporary Dust Partit1one 1 Elevator Operator $ $ s 1_ _5_0CJCJ "000 l DOD S26.4DC $2,100 $20.DOC S".000 $ Roads_and Pa~K1ng 'ce 1 Stair lower (eeparr at t1e-m oomts) ' & Guard Raile Trash :hutee teeclronel 'Fence Double Gate Gate Service Pulls! Rough Cleanup 'mal Cleanup Clean_cxtenor Wmdows!Snow Removal Smail oole 1 Cost/ Water & 1!Water & Sewer Chargee Electrical,!Temp. Power at Cloee Oul Temp Heat ( Miec caftic Control $60,000 ' DOD $1.200 $4,500 Direct coet D;rec Coet sgooo 18C D;rec1 :oet $ $ $ $ $20 DOC 3ite Services Oosts Mo_'1_th ' $1,854,506~~E3l-a4 -~

128 Gii El ;t Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Assumptions and Clarifications _3MP is based on the a_s~~i2l_ that existing soils are suitable f9r_ backfill ol_~lity trench.e_, ~~----~--- ~ ~ Existing utilities. other than VTES ductoank, called to be removed from undisturbed areas of the stte are only to be abandoned 1n place and not removed 3 jy}y and all monito_r:~f the building tor settter:nent or movement sh~trj2~oendent 3rd Par1y ~~red by VA J:e~h ~~--= 4 GMP assumes,!sirlq remote parktng at the duck pond for oarkmg 5 GMP tncludes a utility consumption allowance in the General Conditions for a value of $240,000 lor Electric, $250,000 fort emporary Heat and $ tor WatertSewage 6 GMP irjcludes_~ _ky!ine wii\ctows m lteu of Wausau. whtch was tne basi~-~~ecified)_ GMP includes using FM-200 cleaning agent tor gaseous suppression Rm 498 only 8 GMP includes only-lhe followmg f1xture -types for he 'f1xture allowance" l1sted under Sectlo~ , 1.25(b) 1. No Sp-ecialty or 11nl1ted quantfty- fixtures. have been included. Cost includes fixture. and 10' of conduittw1re Fixtures: Exit lam-ps. MA1, MF2. Mf'4, MFC.sc. ;;'Mic.Gc1C~CMCCGC4C14:e.-;fic,c~cccoc,;;l-.;:cMcJc-1. MP2, MP3. MPS. MPB. MR1-MR~S1.0M""T'1.cS;c1;---- g Grounding w lre s1z'1ngs d'1ffer between specif1callons and r1ser diagram. GMP assumes using g-roundmg Wiring size as shown on drawmgs, not as specit1ed 10 GMP assumes theofcl W1nd tunnel brought into bu1ldmg and placed-nto-the room by Owner:-Fmal mouritlng and con-nections-arg-bycontracto;::-gmp does not- include provision of additonal power!hvac other than what is shown on the contract documents dated 5/31111 (ncluding Addendums 1-3) 11 GMP does not include ngg,ng ano mounting of Rolls Royce T1000 display n the Atrium. Alternate price (See Optional Pri-Cmg Lisling)ls based on prellmir\a~ infonnation only and assumes no addilional structural members or remforcemenl All des1gn for the mounting and hardware 1s by ZGF. All mounting hardware 1s provided by the Owner. This optional pricing assumes that the eng1ne will be delivered to the Site on a flat bed truck and will come w'1th hoisting lugs to allow for.!19qing/mounting 12 Alr handling units do not have baked on powaer coating per specs. no manufacturer has been willing to accommodate this specification. Coating wilt be factory spray appl1ecl instead ~-~ Antimicrobial coatmgs on duct work were not spectfied and lherefore are not ncluded ~ Assumed use of permanent HVAC systems durtng constructton for cond111on1ng of building space ( ) 15 Specification states that air barrier exposure l1mits are 30 days_ln this same spectflcation. testing requirements--limit the contractor's ability to cortipiete the exter1or inslallalion and thus potential for overexposure of a1r barrier. Gitbane assumes all owner testing of air barrier will be completed within 10 days of a1r barrier installation to allow for follow-on work 16 All turf is to be seeded. No sod has been included Co_s~jde.Sod has been included as an add-altema~_ ~ :;;;:;;=;=;::;== 17 All signage is furnished and instailed by V1rg1n1a Tech. Assumed no blockingfback1ng is required for signage as no locations are shown on contract documents 18 GMP assu~es lhat all unused Hok1e Slone will~?~ removed from site by_owner. D1sposal of Hok1e Stone has not been included. 19 VT Quarry will provide ston~s for fabrica11on. includmg corner_s_. approximately 4 months 1n advance of lhe start of exterior_ stone work GMP assumes only providmg glass and standoffs lor "Donor Walt". Etching, decoration and inscnpt1on of glazmg is not specified/designed and is not ncluded 21 Assuf!!e that TAB contractor can be a sec9n.p tier su_bcontractor _i!_n~q_\_r~q~lred tq_~~ cl_~~~tly cor~!i_ac~q_by G1_!P_an-e -~ 22 GMP is based upon the Drawmgs and Specifications dated May , responses received for Prebid RF's #1 through #189 (see allached Prebid RF log) and Addendums #1, #2 and #3 23 GMP is based upon a 27 m=,-,~,h~'och-,-,c,cie-,-.,.lc.lh~ec,c,,crtcdcocle-o~-,c,,c,-ecclch-,~sc,-pctecmc,,-,-,c2c0c1 c,-"c itch-e-completion on or about November GMP assumes written acceptance/authoriz.ation tc proceed no later than September 15, so that work can be irnmed,aiely awarded -,c,cccoco=c=co=c=to=cc, No cos! escalation cont1ngency factor has been included to account for 'Force Ma1eure" based cost 1ncrea~~s in the con_:;truct1on m l!.k_et 26 GMP assumes funding for the projecs available 27 GMP'aSsum~~nnlls, except for soeci~contractor permits. h<jve been oblal.n~ir1i.3.tech 28 _Q_M.P assu!!!_es a 3rd Party lndependen~ Testing Agency shall be hired by VA Tech 29.A_t Auditonum ceilmgs. all Rafters a!ld wood slats are assum,~e~d~to~b~'~':"":m~e~o~te~d~i~o~lie~u of radrus. Subrafte""~'~':'~c~o~o~t<e~o~c~'':;;;::;;;::;;~:-:-=:;:;;;;::;;:;;~ AJ countertops are assumed to be P"Lam unless olherwis~ notecl ;: 31 WP2 included as Plain Sl1ced Select Vlkiite Bwch. Quarter Sawn, as specified. is not <ivailable 1n appropriate widths. American Chestnut S an extinct species. 32 Wood Window Sills included as soild"'p"s'vm~,=,=s",ccc=o= ~ DemolitiOn and removal of ex1sting ductbank (complete) has been mciuded at the request of V1rgm1a Tech.-VT-ES 1s respoilsible to terminate and rn.;k~~ Assumes reauct1on 1n scope for Steam Pipmg per drrechon of Virg1nia Tec~ ~~~~~~ Assumes reduction 1n scope for Chilled Water per d1rect1on of V1rgrn1a Tech ~----~ Assumes that Ste<;~_f!l_ and C:hllled water su~e available m a llmeframe consistent wit~_ the constru~!lon schedule. _ 37 Assumes constructi~n schedl:j':! is not cost or resource loadea and.jhat payment 1s ba~ed on appr~ved schedule of values 3B AE_E_"_'_C>; '_"_'_O_m_'_"_"_"~'~="_'~t~d~e~te~c~te~d~=' "="="=g=p=c='---='-'="='~"='=''=t?="='='='="='='='"='=''~'='='-'="-c~m--c~o-~o- t<e~=g~='~=o~c=y~~ -t =-~=- ~.~~ ~ ~=-.~ ~ ~ ~=~~=:~ --_-----=======-~~----~=- ~--. ====-=======-======----~- ~~~~ ~-~

129 G41 ~1 1 ;t Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Exclusions ~ rqu'rdated da_f]lages rd party testrng Removal of contammatedlhazmat materials. 4 Painti~g/Calor coating or coloring of piping/con,"d~"""' Anti-microbial coatings in du~c"tw""o"ck' Preaction elevator shafts Undercu!ting, removal, disposal~ unsui!able soils Rock excavafron, except for ca rsson work Rock excavatr_on will b~ performed at a rate of $125 per CYjdrrec~_cost) w,~th owner approv_a~l~--- 9 Marker board paintrng of walls Casework schedule per A (referenced on plans but drawrng was "'''''~'''"rt0o,t~b"a''''"'''"'lc _ 11 Baked-on anti-microbral finishes n arr nandling units {will be factory spray applied) GFC_MU, project-wide (none show~ on pla_ns) Metering of ncoming sprinkler ~ines 14 SS "cross coupler" on Half~n tension rods at lab canopies (see OpliOf!al Pricmg Listing_ to prov_i~~ndard" cross couple:_r) 15 15kV duct bank, includ1ng conductors, from existing VT manhole to new manhole 16 Electrical requirements/wiring for Wmd Tunnel otner than outlets/conduits shown on contract drea~w~"'9"'"--cc-~c ~oisture Mitigation of concrete slabs for compatibil1~floonng adhesives (beadblasting, sealing, re-skimming) 18 mprovement of storm structl}res outside of the LOD 19 Relocation of unknown exiting UG utilities ~plication for and payment of building and perm1t & as_sodat''''-'''"''' Gas cylinders and Nitrogen tank 22 LCD Screens ~B_rackets (par:t of AV ~!owan~ 23 Classroom/auditorium teaching podiums (part of AV Allow_a,o~c 0e") 24 nteractive display 1n Atrium (part of AV allowance) So9dingofanygrase''a'c'e'e''---c Design of CW/Hf=lS/Condensate lines/~aults 27 _AESS Steel at all exposed steel locations 28 NE Errors and Omissions n-wall blocking not shown on drawings

130 v rrgin'ra Tech Signature Engineering Building Value Engineering Log,Jtom#.. package.. Descrjption.. '. Potential Savings _ 1 7A- Roofing Redunant stainless steel counter flashing at back of zinc coping 8A- Glass & Glaz'rng Reduce frn frequency on the capsule ($26,080) ($ ) 8A - Glass & Glazing 128- Seat & Table Assemblies Utilize shingle glass design (at capsule) by Sentech instead of Skyline Des rgn (bas'rs of des rgn) Substitute Acton Seats in lieu of Cachet seats ($ ) (S84,000) 15A- Mechanical Provide VA Tech approved butterfly valves in lieu of James Bury Xtreme Valves 15A- Mechanical Provide imported piprng in lieu of Amerrcan 15A- Mechanical Eliminate Blast-gates on lab run outs to snorkels (qty 133) 15A - Mechanical Eliminate 18-pulse Variable Frequency Drives on Motors greater than 30 HP Fire Protect'ron Sersm rc brac'rng for Spnnkler Ma rns ($27.000] ($83.845) ($ ($62,300) (S10.000) Total ($571,110)

131 Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Optional/Alternate Pricing Log ltl!-m # Package nescrlptlon 02A- Sitework Mill & resurface exrstlng roadway at North-West exit to Pnces Fork Cost $43,200 Jtem.Status i 02C- Landscaping Sod rn lieu of seedrng $10.872!. 03A- Concrete AlE Additive No 1 - Polrshed Aggregate Exposure $17,000 'r ' 03A- Concrete AlE Additrve Nc 2- Polrsned Concrete Sheen $35,700! i OSA- Structural Steel AlE. Addrtrve No 3.1- Acoustrcal Deckrng (Tons CA by Epic Metals) $283,184 OSA- Structural Steel AlE Add'rtrve No 3.2- Acoust'lcal Deck'rng (Torrs A by Eprc Metals) 05A- Structural Steel AlE Adciit'lve No 3.1 & 3.2- Material Substrtution of Acoustical Deckrng (Versa Deck by CS) OSA- Structural Steel Rrgging and Mounting of T1 000 Jet Engine DBA- Glass & Glazing Usrng Wausau in lieu of Skylme windows 098- Drywall and Ceilrngs Provide standard cross coupler for overhead SS rod bracrng No couplers mcluded rn base bid 15A- Mechanical Third Party ndependent TestrngNerifi:;atron/Reporiing for 100% weld-testrng on HP Steam Prprng $32,414 ($18,363) $55,000! $1,087,365 $19,000 $80,000 '! i i ' ' Total $1,645,372, '

132 Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building Allowances :Package No. Package Description Description. 2A S1te Work Restoration for steam/water lines 3B Precast Concrete Terra Cotta medallion allowance 8A Glass & Glazing Donor Wall Artwork 15A Mechanical Steam Line Extension Allowance 15A Mechanical Chilled Water Line Extension Allowance 16A Electrical Additional light fixtures per Section b 168 AudioNideo AudioNideo 1A Site Services Electrical Consumption 1A Site Services Water/Sewer Charges 1A Site Services Temporary Heating TOTAL ALLOWANCES Allowance $35,000 $19,200 $25,000 $270,378 $689,533 $ $950,000 $240,000 $18,200 $250,000 $2,631,250

133 ., ~ " ~ Virginia Tech Signature Engineering Building S\Val\'1 \Vorkshect Expiration Company Slate Cer1 No Dale Work Belr.g Perforrned Approxrmate Co!llract Value Total Proposed Contract[ ----~8~82Z % ofbrd PROPOSED GOALS., e f > " ~ Mrnorrly 5% Women Owned (WOSB) 5% SWaM Business 40% la MrscSrteS_!!~--- L-J ~ General.con~tionrter!'s j S_t_;;_!l.DDQOO ~+- 023% t--~ $15!1,~ 2A OC!Shrr~slnc VA 558& E..oava~oorandUtJtrbes S,OO,OOOOO 156% $1,100,000 2D R~RR~inlorcr"g ) VA) Rebarwork S % S120,000 2C Raf)dy"slandsoa~!l ) VA j l )Hatdscape $200, % S200,000 ] $200.UOO 3A DecoCrete,lLC VA 673~ PohshedCor>crete $135,00000 ) 020% $135,000 "-1:'-!.exander Waterproofing Copmany JB Shen-Valloy Masonry, nc. ~ ~ Waterproofing S _!~. $75,000 VA J/ Precastlnslalla~on $2, ),16% $~,100,000 $2,100,000 4A Shen-V ey M"'onry. nc VA CMUmasonry $730, % $130,000 $130,000 4B!Lorton Stone, LLC ~ _ Hokie stone mdsunry $3.400,000.! % S3,400,000 $3, SA Comrnercral FobrJcal<>rs.lnc VA Z2014 Slructur l Steel Sl,332, % $1.332,000 $1,332,000 '" J--'.'..~csRtverlronorC~ ~ ~~ Mr c Molal~ S2,000,00000 JOt% ~~() (~ 6A Mar1l!l Bros. Conbactors VA /;>0t 3 Rougl1 Carpentry/General frod~s $2.000, OT% $2,000,000 6B Cole VA Mtllwork $ % $200,000 $200,000 7A SoUtllEastern Rnof1ng VA /2014 Roor1ng Supplres $330, % $ SlJO,OOO 78 SoulltE stern Roofinq VA !1J20H Melal Panels Supplres $ % S330,000 $330, Diamond Engrneenng v_r: Fireproofing $308, $ _ BA Ante/lean Door nd G"'S VA Glass~ Glazong $3.441, $3, D Seo" Contract. nc VA 58G92D Drywall $2,600, $2,600,000 9B!Modus GC VA !Drywall $200,0!10_00 0,30% $200,000 $ C JMunlllllerna~onal dba Tyson Floorrng VA CarpeWCT r $424, r 0 64% $420,000 $424,000 9E Nguyen.lnc, ~ T'llefTe!laZZolnslallallon ---j---'"''"' '""'''o'--t--~=~-cr t--==~-t------t---=~ 9F Custer's Custom Painting VA Parnting $254, t 1 A jkc Group MD LabCasework&FumeHonrls f S500, % $500,000 $500_000 t2a ljhe Specially Group VA WindowShades $1BO,DOOOO 0.27% Sl !Doug Middleton Associates NC /312012!Seating inslalla~on $1o,ooo_oo o_o2% $10,000 $10,000 15A icoloniaiwebb SUBS lbd " Mechanical ss.jo1,ooo_oo g so% $1, $1.753,000 S6,301,000 16A Vamey, nc. VA TJ EJectt1cal Work $6,62/,000, % S % 0 00% 0.00% 0.00% 0 00% 0_00% 0 OOY, $35,253, 'Yo $8,302,000 $5,283,000 $35,253,000 ""11"% 8% 3%

134 Refined Budget Estimates (within 15% accuracy): Our approach to refined budget estimates is generally only different by virtue of the fact that we have more scope infonnation and can therefore expand the degree of detail in our estimate. f the information is sufficient. we will prepare the refmed estimate in a CS-Division fonnat. The following example was prepared using some schematic-level drawings of a proposed building addition and perfonning a site survey. Gilbane has professional mechanical and electrical estimators on staff to help project teams to get a good handle on those costs, even at this early budget stage.

135 Culpeper Regional Hospital Emergency Dcpnrtmeut Expausion Scenado N<l. SC Couceptur.J Estimate 'Exe-cutive Summary 2'J-_'\[}Y 2Q\J Di1'ision 1-1 c1 d Emerg/Surgery >;p.1tl5\on with l\-1~\mnk~p<!n!house, No Kl"Kl'Het!i He ipari, N<J Basemcr11, 'Exclud("S Boiler & Gcn Sci Upgmd... s, 2nd Ooorin Shell Candilion S'slsf GSJ"=> 62,15~ Di~ iclon 3 Sll'EWOR.~K:' !coNCRE~E ~ cc _ Drl'iSiCtlt MASONRY:,~-~c=~---- Dil isiun 5 ~>![TALS: c"" Dil'ision 6 0::90D?: 'LAST_CS_ cs ~-~~~0-t~-~"~-"~'+---~3~-'-'_,.,.,.. ---~ c:c- 3!.~::2~ _ 22.\ ~c9.?2~~?.~ 423,650 s % 6.B2 1.6S% Di1 isin1t 7 i_t!teriv1al &_,\OJSTURF. PROTECTON: "=' ~-.. _1,005,<1.~ ~---~~;~-~ % Di\'l!>lon S POORS, flatldware::\: ST()gHR.QN r: s 7SS,S05 S 1~_._6? 3.-J% _ l?ivisiot:_9 'jfnrshes: U3~,10'l s 21,)5 5.32% Dh islon 10 :SPEClALTJES: 254, % Di1 isionll EQUJPJ\!~~ s s O.C O% 1 Divisiun 12 ) FURNSJ llj,:.:_'g:"' : s ~ J-' "o_...ccoo''"l ' lsreca.;.. ~ONSTttUCfJ~~ -~------~ _0,000 s 2.4J 0.60% Dh ision.l4!conveyance Di\'ision J ~ \ M;Cr;,c\N~,-,'c~.A~J~,'----- s Dildsion L ~ELE~~-RlCAL s. ---~go;ooo s 1.67 cc-=-'-j-'-~ ~"~-1,492 s?,854,66-9.]),;, Sublotal ntret:l Cost c== ) 9' 73_!!,._~~.?- s J l B.JS 2,JH67H s )8.21 7lU9% SuU!otnl 2_~, 6},666 s !S.Ol% 6M,9)0 10.7{1 Subtow.l Subconlructor Di:'Jttll lnsllr.lflcc Su\11[1ial :'.l,r2!!,:'i76 ' ]73,9--13 s % ' ~-~~:1_,5_19 5 3_71_.6_2 2_!.1$~0 Subtnml ~~"-!?~"-,5~9::.'+..<''---"-"J s ~~2.. 9-UO% Cl\-l Gcac-r.d Conditions & Fe-.: s \, % Total 1'0(:.00%

136 Culp~pcl Hegionnl Hospltnl Smcrgcnes Ocpartmt nt Expnnsiou Conceptual Est'ln1nte- ScenJtl'io r-.;u. SC Are<l = 62,155 Sf PROJECf ST.Stln,lCES: SN.08 Sfs ft Si75, Demolition 521. S Sl~qrr O.OJ YJH! s.,r, Enrtln1'91'1t: ,6JD S81,6~0. f'r~j>.lt~duildo:trc' c'"'" _Uno.ltrrl,~orne ~,,. D r,.,.~o L!_J!P...:"ff!... ll JJ5 JY.5/S JS.'325 "---'''----""c'c' 1 'c"o 0 "e... 1J.ia!J /S,(JO!J _ 1 c 1 -~~c'---'''"'" '~s~, ~- --'" 'c' o"o'---- J.!r)OJO !!_~~~ ---~-~----~ ~!~~ ~- -..~-~ !!., nnarwo 2S.J(U EJ:S c~ruro:c'' ! 1\ Sit~ ljtlli!ll' : "'''"'"-'"'"'-- ---~J.Ji.J. J/!, ['. Jn.Mo.r!U...!!}J!fJ/} )j(j 1-.'< \\'!JOJJJ (i(,j)/)f) f...,~ g.t,(jo(}.iti.t!}x.-~ ' ,,,,,!JU 0/J.U ~~'"'''" u JODJJUO-flO.....J.!!!!:..~.! ----~,0/JO.J --~--. --!l_i_:.!_...i_ ---"ScJc.OO ~ ~ ' ~- ~~1!0~-!!!_J--~ 16.1!2_~ /?1.()1).l~.J.'.\ ;: f-~.'.000.1~'!! \'1:" G:\; line 1.! ' '-""-" /j,(lon,(}(j JJ,(J({J J )/)/10 S"JlHlllG J'J0.7YY ).!;:.bih~~o'''"c' ,;.~ - '"'-. 'J H,nl!n/1() _UJHJ!

137 Culpe-perRegiOHll uo~pirnl Enwrgenc:r Deparlment Ex-pansion Coneepttral Estimate- Scennl"io Nu. SC Aren-= S.lUJ,/99 Silr fmfjro\'!'ntrlllx: ~ ~--L3.~~~'~''~'--!:'~ l.!:. n,yjo ~JJ ~~~s_r?~u f<1:"id ~~c'----- l\l wrutb CU 7.73 ll,mil },l.(/0(1.01/ )):(!(.'!! ~~--~--~ ;u:'"~~~~ ") "~"c'.~ JlUS ---~Stll.81ff_ /jj)(/(},0(! ~-- - $20,000 CONCRETE: Section- C;nl-!n-Pl_!JC ~omrele: r~iu('fl c',.,:; J.r~ }.5' ~ ~-"' ~------!!:, c ~-~" - ~ 5_1:~ on G:ad~ j.w/ru~daw,l SS.id. S/sqfl.:!!"' "'"'-' ---"'c'c '"'''----.Ji:r..!!!~ CoO.c'""''' -'~'~'~"'~---"''"~J~'~' !!:' ~tor-r>lt slubli /2JJil.. l!2!_,z!, EO\'-<l:N Pll W:.J1 }/.:711 -'-;11 l.jj EO(} - u - -,uc'c"c'c'c"c' ----"-?'},!}(! - E2f!.: j ~"~''-~..'.~E!!_~.1s \ l!i.-.~. ~L\SO."''RV: Strli_on i'vjhwllp)': uno :"r' 5[0.{}) ~...!.'~.!}!}_o ~l~!.:!f!ll ~--- ~~li: ruebbc); hll'e!~r lli\1\'~ U)' f,6/to ->til -~'-----~./5./J/) "'------'c'c':"'---- ;ss,}~'-,, /S,OO t~.u,j.l~~'----''l' c'~' o"o"c "c 0 _ ---~~~:.Q~--~-----~ J.::!flci! 6JU9J 5 /7.11 Slsqlt Sl,Ofl3,1'l6\ 171 r., _R_:_afili>C' fta.nir.~ WlbY~f\ 1112 r,.,... -'~ Jfi.OO!.~~..!~!_....,. L~ el J r.~\lr 1-'=~ ~~ tmb;;"''r;

138 CulpcpC'r Hegional Hospltal CoHnptun[ EsHnlllll' ~ 8.crmnrio :--;o. 5C Area= 62,155 Sf ).7_1() ((] Jl~Jipad J'ti!JUU~ fl JJ11U\f; JLJ;o,,,,,,,,, 9!3.936 c 1 c'c' 1 c '~;; ;~'-'' f2 ),(J(J J.Vl/J - -?!JJ~ _.yrr ),[)(/ _" -~--- 0 ':.!!._'_ y. 51!/WUJO -----~!~~:;,,,_ "''cj ~"c' StJir llujdr,i" l ----~~------~lnti."fi~r Suit"< 1 ]! /J /?50(! 11.{!1)(1.\.).1/).l)fl ~~--'~'~ '~'";;, \\'000 &: PL. \Sl!CS: SJ.R2 'Sis ft _S~t19n_lto_t11lh ~u_rp_c11try:!'.~~.<:=_':'j1.:~'2!.~!-~cr ~lli.'._:_~l~kin_~ ~-~-~' ,9J.()(l J,nu Jl-f.SOO 2Y.8XJ i.fi~e. mo.:~~; 2nJ n~ :_tsr.d~-- G s 1 r''----'' ~lc 'c"_=====.;;, ,s" ' ''"' "'"'"""'""'"'""-'cj O~' P~ ~"~''"'"'' ~ ':.1./J (1.~TJ ' l6y.96$ y_ou===--;;, Ul1". 7. THERUAJ.. &: ;"\J01STU1tE PR.OH:cno"N: $/li,/8.1st f! Si.Oft:5,488 El~, JJ~rPill , - ---~~ ---..!! ~11.. //1,/)01) S 0,00~ Syrtlon flletnl WR! Pamb: (r- 3.'_0l! J2./J <~.m.w.~~l ~JiH_ -~~ ~~----- {/ 6. 7.'11 '"< rll on Fire i'rooliw : !.Q!.d.~' _ s~n9.~n Ftu l'roofs<'fcl,l,l.,lc.uc_c"c''-----''bc. 2Jj 11J.D "mr~n Ew~ms!an Jo\n~ 1 ~-A~cc''o"c ""c,,,c,_"o"c,,e-_ 6J/!J ====!=' '="~----~ ~-----

139 Culpepr-r Regional HospJtnl Sll.lcl'~('my Dcpnrltmnf Expnnsion Conceptual Eslinmtc ~ Str:nnrio Nu. SC Area ""' 62,155 Sf -~~'-' ~1!\.~_us_ ltcalin~ l;pd.\ ] "'-'' ----""" -'c'---~;w,:r.<y rns /JV5rJ S.JQO,SS9. DOORS_, ARDWARE & STORE'HONT: S788,895 Sr~tlo11 Uollaw ~era!dqoq. Jramn ~ H;J_rdwnrr:.. Nltm ance fo.q.!>1 liocr '.}\c''.'\c5"5c"c'----"''"-- Add for.bj'"'"'~"'' ~"-'c c 1 fl!!!!:.~.. 7,/X ).{[a_;,.. -.2~ ,.1-'!1!.1!_' ~-----.f!j,(jo(; S('cUo11 Alum. Stordront. Wlnllgw~ & Glias: ~-J~\c'l'.V~J----~~-"''SJ..?S 'L.~ ml ~~,,,... 6~Jc" '""!_~_9_;q!Q !!:!!!! _-!_'!_:XJO 1-UUO _-f.j'_':'~----- ~ 7,,1P,U.lrl J/,1/Jf> ~ ~~--~---:l.,!:!!:!!!!.. i:!~l!'.!':!~i.~ -~~~~~~~-~_: 1 -~,,,,.,,,-,.;L..!.}}!1!!:_0[!... _,Jc>-'-~"c"'c'---- 1':.l.OO clc' c'c'' cc Jl!!!: ~:. :~~----- _ ~-:~'~''-----"";,,"' '."'"-.lf)j,l_o! '- ll!,. 9. l'lnsh ES: SJJ.J5 SfS)lft S,1J~,J8t\ 111.3~0.-.:,;c, ~~.JJJ,.,.,, _([ ''-''''--~~1}~~ '"" '''"'"'--'"~----'J~.pa '~-!:!T_'. JS./!0 Jl.?rrn.c;,,-, 5.5/J -- nsn_,. '2nd' floor ;:h~fi \\'Jll ~--~--~ ! ===~!~!~.E~'";,' ---~----!!:!>.?...!L5.J.!.?... U J.!.OO,1,lnfl

140 ~ Culpeper Rcgtonal Hospltnl D:mergC'Jtcy Depurtmcn! Eipnn~inn Conccptunl Es1imnte- Srl'nRr/n f\to. 5C 62,155 Sf rjlr.ts"ih?j(j{)!j J,/1{) ~.lojx'li/.(ltj 311,111'1() 1!,(11! 1/!USfi ~--'~~5 Y,Sil.'.J.~. 6$ --~ Jj_()() JJ,~Jfl/1(1 72,6UU /'JJ/11(1 Floor FJ1hh~s!9,S.U ~cr,.yijo 2JJJS ~lc 1 c''c 1 c' c'c'-~---~'~ 1c 1 "c ~ 2,-J. 96~!_fU~-' -~----'~'~'~' ~"=-' \-11", 1~ SPECl/U_:nES: S-!.fO Shnft Specialties~ ~ _! --~'---.:i~-----' '~"'~"c' "c''----~' """e'' L l/(jclcl.<c"~---o'~"~,l 2, ~36 /.~.', 2~.1!0 JUA6i t;,.,,~thhij ~-''----~ -~-"'--0~-----"'""' _}:i.:.!l...~ '' ' ' '~ 7JO.U~ ~~~~~:: ~- 115.(]!!.f.f25 55!1.111) ~.{.~! T~iirt Acc~10r.~s 500 flo ;',ON! n r. '~ ! Y,451! Jr.ti_'/){J jqo uw 6?./J_j {JVi/~ S25J.~-~~ \uh, 1 L E:QL'1i'i\lENT: so.oo.shmt sol Ennlpnlellt: HotdW;olil (U/(J n --~--- F-tJRNfSJHNG: so.ao $/sqft sol FurJJlshln Y: FFE J_r_ll!!_:!!!!!! "

141 CHJll'_per HeF!otwt H ospitnl EtHergenry D!:pflf(nti:"Ut Elpanslon Conccptunl Bs!imn!r- Scenario i\o. SC Area= 62,1,55-&f FF " _~_ m"" u. Sl'ECfAl. CONST{UCnO.": S.J::JJ /s(ft Sl50,000 --"'~'"c-'c'----''~5,ojwo 11 "11m1"'M' 'iic,,~,ococr'"'-""~====~!5fj,j().c'~"""""" ~c.c ce"'"'""~''c olo<l"""o~b, --'.s"sc'",'c' --~ii'~---'c'c.aua_~!' c!c'c" 25,1X.'f! Jfi.(!0/1 Ol,!~. i\'!ecanc"al: SJJ1..f.J S/sr1ft SB,2Jl,.J9l lni1. ~~. Et.ECl'HCAL: St"dion El~ctriml: _..!:!~0!'.?_~--~ S!~E~l"'J<"l1 AlioJ\L' 1'1'~ ~---~-~!5nJJi!J.rJ/ /5{},1J{)a ~~ ~~- ~~~ S!,BS~,669 TOTAL ALL DVSONS Pago 6of5

142 Prepared by Larry Scribner. CPE Culpeper Regional Hospital MEP (Div.15 & 16) Conceptual Estimate Summary 29 No, G51 ~]!:f.f Gornp::mBnt Level-1 Renovation Total S'slsf GSC, zo46s ~127o s Total Plumbing ~ l_.s,.3":'8"cs,"5-:tl5-_j~.-:_s :6.c1"':3.950 $ HVAC: -- -t.. -~~~~Major Equipment Ch!lle?_.. water Piping -~~~in~ Water Piping... -.?!~_am Piping ----~_.:?_ndenser Water Piping Refrigerant P'1p'rng _5_1,934,88_j ~ s 979,240 s ' 77,000 s 5 7?,000 -~-~~350 l_s 1_~~"'' '"-'-:o 1 f.'-'"' :':4._,7,_, '"""'s-+:_.s,_.:::2o. or ' s s. J s, ---1 \ ; ~- ~~ ~~ -+: ~~ ;--- s 'r, "----'-'=""--l--" i ~~---- : ne.oao s _.s ---+'-'----'--1-1-''----- s -' s. _:_S J_s 1 :_5 1 Condensate Drai.'1 ~~p~~g l~ \----- $ ~ p AirDistrib Jtron 60,132: S -.: S Fs --~--)_ Aulo Temp. Controls 450,000! S S S -'--Te_s_t &---Ba~la~n~ce-'--'.c l-5; :c27"-,o'-'o'--o+l: S ~ \-',' lf"--5 [_s HVAC Miscellaneous 149,3761 s ---~ ~ "ls c_.--li-"-s ;- -- Total HVAC Total Plumbing & HVAC s 4,491,0121 s 1.534,-8751 s 255,240 j s -423,900 s 6,70$,0271 s ,597 s 2,148,825 s 301,590 s 565,200 $ 7,952,212! s Fire Protection ' ss.ooo 1 s 122,790 s 279,280 1 s 4.49 Totill Plurnblng, HVAC,.& Fire Protection )_~--~-!]31,597! s S'sJs'! S ; S 2,27i,615 is. --r : s 425,<00! 5 ' 20.oo 1 s 602, $ 8,231,4921 s ! Et2ctrlcal Sllfl Eleclrioal Allowance i ~ 636,58~ is 1,32~.125! s ~ J, S's/sf ; S ', s 4.-se s no,1eo! s --' ,800 $ 2,704,669 ] S,:J.!:: 's ~0.00 4'3.51 : 150,000

143 Estimate Worksheet EST,-JitTE TYPE Concr,plual Plumbing: PROJECT AN:) CTY Culp~:~o~r R.eg<or.a: Hosr::i:al Culpep!!r, VA ESllMATED BY L Scribne:, CPE QUANTTY MATERJ.L (W!OH&P) Dlv.l5 Cenlrnl Plant LABOR. (WfOHSPl CESCRPTDN OF WORK "'0 UN: "ER PER TOTAL UNTS 1-.E.".S. UNT SUBTQrALS UNT HOURS ~ATE SUBTOTALS SUE170TALS Total Flxtu~~ & EqtJipment ~omes\'1c Wate~~~~'-'"~'-' ---- Rotlgll l ' water piplll[llo fixture {nc! ln!ul) '---'~'~'~ '~""l ~ s 12 n. s $ s 9,420 T_otol Dom""' w"" Piph>o ~~ ---~--~- _s ---~~- '-"- Sanitary Dra-u1age: - - -~= p; = ~===="~-~oo=o=.o=o:~s- 4~5 DDO W/Mol oo 5 ===] ;-----.,---~-,11.._-0-0~!_o_l~L~torm Dra~Jl~ '--'-1-'-''~''~"'C s, c3~8~,0~0~0f---'~'o :'~0~ [ -- wn,r~;,l.'-1---~''--oa.oo,-----+''--- -3s.ooo ,_ ,000 W/Mal S?_~.0~0-i------l ' 7.0~ ;;; ~atural Gas P!pl~o --+--''---+~'"'11~~-1-~-~-'-----'-~000 WMo< : S ;:;-:J-~~- s -~ Foundation ~~" c'c".~p~ip~l'~''' ~ --'-- -~~~-~-:':-,.. ~'--'~.o~o~o+' :,. - ~ry~~- Mls<:eJ\arreoull: ~~feclio_~_c~o!j'ation -----J--.!-~--~~ 1, $ 1,200 W/Mal --~O{-"-~50~.~00'-{_S:c :: S 1}~.- ~ommisslor1mg A:.~is~''::'~"~' ez. S S '''---~' ~'50"'-1 ''~ ----~ ~!~~ng - -~ ~,.! -_-~ $ S _$,,4,640 ~bj_~auon/sil!l Ofr,cafStoragl! ea ~ S 0 $ $ Sla~:_UP: ----'---+-""'-' f"----' y.? -~ ~Q_.. 9_~-~ _s Equipm!f1_~R~ ~c~"~'---- ea 1,500_? S 1,500 <J 48 $ sa.oo S 2,7{]4 $ Cleanlngl _<;:ts~-~-~,p. eb S 48 ~B -~-----~1!2.Q! ~JB4 S Hotrsekeepii1!J P<:_~~,i'~'/D="~-',1 " -\-----f---~'1''--58.0_"0!-"5 : lo_d_y_:> ~Jpe &Valvo ldc~~fficl!don & Lebnlino e11 -~- 50_0~ ~ ~~-16 :.. ~:~0 :i 028 S -----~ ~~-or Cndlng-_ [!!.~-~~!~cl~o~d,)_ f---'----!-'~'"'--1 S Q 5 ~:9.0.? 0~~-c~l:'.~"'-'- ~-anan!'les 1 ea 5oooo... ~ '-~~-~- s oc~~'-- ~oordimted Dra,\!!~~s /As BUllis _ ~ S $ "''----""":ct" "' s ,320 s ---~~~~ :Z32 s ~~;;:~alanls --_--_-_--~--~ ~=: --~_::_-_ -_-_-_-3~~~~:f-:-----&3~~~" ~ ,~:~:-~:~! ~.!-'-<_j.:' ' 928 4, s 1.?78 Page 1 of 4

144 Estimate Worksheet. f'f<d.ect f NO CTY: Celpcmer ~ag)(ln~l hosp1i~; lcc~~~~c ~c~o~lp~ept '~ ~v':, ~ c EST\1ATE TYP:;: _ ESH.ATED BY;! DATE JfE~l- 01v.16 Conccplulii L. Sc~b:-wr, CP::! 2D Nov-7011 C&nlrl!l Plllr\1 QUANTi1Y ~-ATERAL (W!OHiP) LABOR (WiOH&P) DESCR?TlON OF WORK NO. UNT PEH PER TOTAL SUBTOTALS UNf:"S MEAS UNT SUBTOTAlS UNT HOURS RATE SUBTOTALS. Tol!J Plumblil[! MhsC&ian~ouS 76,791 T~_rt~:"'~~~-9~~--~----~---- f ~----:--- 1 _~ _$ -- 1,1!34, ~ ~::_y.rat~rpiping~ : ~ _ --~<:w ~----~40000 ~-- 3BOC 7600 S S 4~0,_~09 ~-----~-~'.:~ Pill_! fl9_for :~localod Chll!e_, 1 -- ";9- _ ooo ~. ~ oo a._~g_q_ S t: ~~vas &~_:;~altjas 1 ~?w!_2 _ooo oo S 72 O_O_E_~_7_BO 780 S!X.~~- i 45,24~ ~0~ Pipa nsulation, s~~ 55 OOOllO S W!Mal 0 5!: J Totnl Chlllad'W~i\H J _] 77,00() --- Page 2 of 4

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