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<ul><li><p>REQUEST FOR ARCHITECTURAL &amp; ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES </p><p>Meat Science Facility 2013-2015 </p><p>February 2014 </p><p>Project No. 13I2Y </p></li><li><p> TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Project Background and Purpose ........................................................................................ 1 Project Description ............................................................................................................... 2 Scope of Services ................................................................................................................ 2 Consultant Qualifications ..................................................................................................... 4 Project Budget Summary ..................................................................................................... 4 Project Schedule Summary ................................................................................................. 5 Preliminary Space Tabulation .............................................................................................. 5 Project Conditions and Issues ............................................................................................. 7 Additional Documents .......................................................................................................... 8 Attachments ......................................................................................................................... 9 </p></li><li><p> 1 </p><p>Project Background and Purpose The existing 25,747 ASF/30,190 GSF Meat Science and Muscle Biology Laboratory was constructed in the 1930s for faculty of the Animal Husbandry Department, with additions in 1959 and 1969. In the 1940s, a Meat Science program was created at the UW-Madison and subsequent faculty recruitment and research resulted in the emergence of a preeminent program in Meat Science. The mission of the program includes (1) training the next generation of meat industry leaders with cutting edge insightfulness and technologies, (2) supporting innovative research interests through interdisciplinary collaborative efforts, and (3) providing outreach education to foster the production of wholesome meat products for the consuming public and the economic development of the meat industry. The project will build a facility in which proper air circulation and humidity controls are in place to prevent condensation from accumulating, a condition that has been shown to be a source of product contamination with environmental pathogens. The animal handling, abattoir and meat processing spaces must be designed to meet USDA meat and poultry inspection requirements as outlined if the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) parts 416 (Sanitation) and parts 417 (HACCP-Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System) outlined in SUBCHAPTER EREGULATORY REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION ACT AND THE POULTRY PRODUCTS INSPECTION ACT of Title 9 of the CFR. </p><p> The project will design and equip a facility that limits the need for excessive physical capabilities, such as strength or height, of the staff or students. Such improvements will preclude the need to lower and raise 200-lb carcass portions by hand, move carcass viscera (200-lbs) in barrels with a hand truck, and lift meat into head-high hoppers and thus prevent workplace injuries. The project will enable the humane movement of animals without risk to staff and students who now need to trail the animal from within the chute. Cold rooms will provide the required air exchanges for human occupancy. </p><p> The new building will provide research capabilities that do not now exist. A Biosafety Level-2 suite will allow opportunities to partner with state and national meat companies to test methods for elimination of pathogens under full commercial conditions. Companies continually struggle against pathogen introduction into their commercial processes. Therefore, they will never study a pathogen in their plant. This facility will allow their microbiologists to bring a troublesome pathogen into an isolated laboratory where killing methods can be tested. Also, equipment companies can intentionally contaminate equipment with a pathogen and validate that certain sanitation methods are effective. In addition to the isolatable lab, there will be pilot labs where conventional meat processing will occur. These labs will allow meat product companies to develop new processes and products using state of the art equipment in small, cost-effective batches. </p><p> Training capabilities will be enhanced by the new building. The demonstration lab will feature a lecture hall with a refrigerated demonstration zone located behind a large glass wall. The professor will be able to interact with students and students will be able to enter the refrigerated zone. Significant outreach activities will take place to provide education on meat processing and food safety. Workshops and short courses for meat industry professionals will be held throughout the year with classroom and hands on demonstrations on all aspects of meat processing (slaughter thru packaging). The facility will also support consumer and youth outreach programs (100-150 students per activity). Meat industry companies will be able to study the component steps ranging from sausage batter preparation through smoking to final product appearance. Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection DATCP has expressed an interest in using this facility to train their inspectors. Current training methods require that inspectors travel to numerous locations to observe and receive hand-on </p></li><li><p> 2 </p><p>training in the full range of livestock and poultry harvest and processing. This facility would provide a single site at which the full range of training could occur. Since food safety regulations are continually updated, the proximity of this facility to DATCP facilitates a high-quality training program for inspectors. This project was enumerated as part of the UW 2013-15 Capital Budget Request at $22,877,000 General Fund Supported Borrowing, and $20,000,000 Gifts/Grants for a total project request of $42,877,000. This project was previously enumerated in the 2001-03 biennium and significant programming and design work was completed at that time. That project was not implemented, and the funding was reallocated. However, much of the previous work remains pertinent to this project and has been included as a link in the appendix. Project Description This project will construct a new Meat Science and Muscle Biology building on Linden Drive to replace existing inadequate facilities. The project will have the following components: </p><p>1) Construction of a 28,915 ASF /51,600 GSF new building two stories in height. 2) Demolition of the 17,750 GSF Seeds Building at 1930 Linden Drive, to clear the site for </p><p>the Meat Science and Muscle Biology Laboratory. 3) After completion of the new facility, the existing 30,190 GSF Meat Science building, at </p><p>1805 Linden Drive will be demolished and a parking lot constructed on the site. </p><p>The new building will contain research laboratories (including a Biosafety Level 2 suite), classrooms, teaching laboratories and specialized animal processing spaces, including an abattoir, carcass chilling and cooling facilities, and a meat processing area. Scope of Services The A/E consultant team will be selected, based on qualifications, to provide design and construction phase services for this project. The design contract will provide services to complete program verification and a Concept Report, which will be followed by the remaining design services, and construction services. In addition to the requirements for concept report through construction in the DFD Policy and Procedure Manual for Architects/Engineers and Consultants, the following additions and clarifications should be noted. </p><p> Provide program verification of the 2002 study with the 2012 updates, including proposed MEP systems and building layout. </p><p> Perform an assessment of the feasibility of geo-thermal heating and cooling. </p><p> The A/E team will prepare documents for, participate in, and assist campus staff in public review including Joint West Campus Area Committee meetings (2 meetings), City of Madison Plan Commission (1 meeting), City of Madison Development Assistance Team (1 meeting), and Campus Design Review Board (3 meetings). It is desired that these meetings occur during the conceptual design phase, the schematic design phase and prior to the submission of the Preliminary Review and Design Report. The A/E team will also prepare documents necessary for Board of Regents and State Building Commission approvals. </p><p> The A/E will work with the DFD and the appropriate campus staff (UW-Madison FP&amp;M Physical Plant, Campus Planning, Capital Planning, CALS, Safety department, and UW Police) to review the Concept Report, Preliminary Review, and Final Review documents. The A/E team will attend a review meeting at each of the Preliminary Review and Final Review stages. The groups will provide written comments to the DFD Project Manager </p></li><li><p> 3 </p><p>based on the documents, discuss the comments with the A/E and their sub consultants. Written responses are required to be provided by the A/E to the DFD Project Manager. The A/E will provide the campus with eight (8) complete review sets in addition to the review sets required for DFD for the Preliminary Review and Final Reviews. </p><p> A/E will provide 3D detailed design renderings illustrating massing, volume of main spaces, finishes, and colors for review by CALS and FP&amp;M as the project progresses. These drawings should show information appropriate to the phase of the work (early drawings will show the architecture of the spaces, later drawings will show all colors and materials). These drawings will show all exterior elevations and all major interior spaces. These drawings will also be used in the public and city zoning review process for the project. </p><p> A/E will provide interior design services including design and specifications of systems furniture in office areas in addition to design and specification of all other movable furniture. A/E will provide construction administration services for coordinating the receiving and installation of all furnishings. This item should be a line item in the fee proposal. </p><p> A/E will design building signage to include all life safety, room number, informational and way finding. A/E will work with the college to identify locations and come up with appropriate designs for the donor signage/wall plaques. Exterior building identification signage will be coordinated by FP&amp;M staff and paid for by the project. </p><p> In addition to complete landscape design for the building site, provide design for parking modifications in the lot north of the building along Observatory Drive and parking lot layout and landscaping plans for the replacement parking lot at 1805 Linden Drive including necessary documents for approval by the City of Madison under the zoning review process. </p><p> A/E team will coordinate final inspections and approvals with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and USDA-FSIS to meet regulations for food inspected areas/equipment. A/E will provide 3 sets of documents to DATCP for review at Preliminary and Final Review and must incorporate their comments into the project. Any deficiencies must be corrected before substantial completion. </p><p> Any renderings or models generated by the AE will also be turned over to the campus. </p><p> The A/E shall, in addition to meeting WDNR requirements, provide a storm water management design to address the goal of 80% TSS removal as compared to existing conditions. The A/E will provide design for the treatment of any storm water from any exterior areas where it is exposed to animal waste or manure. Such runoff will need to discharge to the sanitary sewer. The A/E shall submit for and obtain all approvals needed from Madison Metro Sanitary District (MMSD), WDSPS, and/or the City of Madison for such discharges. </p><p> With regard to building and site utilities, the A/E team should be prepared to recommend other information or investigative work that would be required for the team to complete the requested services. Provide a high performance building following the guidelines outlined by the U.S. Green Building Council in order to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification or higher. The A/E firm will submit to the U.S. Green Building Council, with assistance from UW FP&amp;M on owner related credits. </p><p> Asbestos survey is complete. An asbestos abatement designer should be contracted by the A/E to provide technical specifications and drawings for asbestos abatement to be incorporated into the building demolition bid documents </p></li><li><p> 4 </p><p> Provide a Concept Report that includes the following content: o A full verified Program Statement o A concept design of the site o A concept design of site utilities o A concept design of the building that includes functional blocking and massing o Conceptual descriptions of proposed architectural, structural, MEP, telecommunications, </p><p>AV and utility systems. o Geothermal feasibility study o Preliminary energy modeling o Identification of potential sustainability features to be incorporated in the design </p><p> Note that per the DFD Policy and Procedure Manual for Architects/Engineers and Consultants, the following services will not be included in the scope of services: WEPA compliance actions and document preparation will be contracted separately. Third party Level-Two Commissioning will be contracted separately. In addition to deliverables noted in the DFD Policy and Procedure Manual for Architects/Engineers and Consultants provide the following: Deliverables shall include: Six (6) bound color copies of the Concept Report, letter size. (Diagrams may be 11 x 17, </p><p>folded to fit in the bound report.) Electronic copies, in PDF format, either downloadable or six (6) CD copies. All diagrams </p><p>shall be capable of full graphic clarity in either color or black and white. In addition, for the Board of Regents, provide one mounted color image of the building exterior, approximately 30 x 36, mounted on a foamcore board. The image need not be an image created specifically for this purpose but may be an image that is produced as part of the Design Report content. Also provide an electronic PDF of the image. Consultant Qualifications Refer to the DFD Invitation for Consultant Services, Qualification Requirements. Project Budget Summary </p><p>Budget Item Cost Construction $28,413,000 Demolition $385,000 Hazardous Materials Abatement $160,000 Project Contingency $2,317,000 A/E Design Fees $2,409,000 Other Consultant Fees* $605,000 DFD Management Fee $1,251,000 Movable and Special Equipment $7,337,000 </p><p>TOTAL $42,877,000 * Other design fees include reimbursable expenses and services contracted for sep...</p></li></ul>

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