The MIT Offices of Campus Planning, Campus Construction, Utilities & Maintenance, and Infrastructure Business Operations are jointly initiating a Consultant Qualification Program to identify and prequalify professional design and consulting service providers for the planning and renovation of facilities infrastructure on MIT’s 163-acre campus consisting of 12.6 million square feet and 152 buildings.
This Consultant Qualification Program will broadly solicit and prequalify firms for upcoming MIT design and engineering projects, and position MIT for design excellence through the selection of highly qualified, cost-effective consultants. Requests for Qualification will be issued by discipline and, in some cases, by project type. This initial round of RFQs focuses primarily on small and recurring project types. In addition, for each of the services included in this initial round of the program, MIT anticipates placing a select group of firms under multi-year repetitive service contracts.
MIT is pleased to announce release of the following Consultant Qualification Program RFQs:
- RFQ101-Building Condition Assessments
- RFQ102-CM Services in support of Building Condition Assessments
- RFQ103-Building Envelope Assessments
- RFQ201-Architectural Services for Office & Classroom Renovations
- RFQ202-Code Consultant Services
- RFQ301-Geotechnical Engineering and LSP/MCP Services
- RFQ401-Structural Engineering Services
- RFQ501-Commissioning and Retro-Commissioning Services
Firms are encouraged to respond to more than one RFQ in the event that they seek work in multiple service areas.
After this initial round of the Consultant Qualification Program is complete, additional rounds of RFQs will be issued for other disciplines and project types. It is the intent of the program to broadly solicit firms in an open call for qualifications.
We look forward to meeting new firms and refreshing our acquaintance with firms we have worked with before.
Information on the program, including instructions on how to submit your firm’s qualifications for the appropriate services, can be found at https://campusplanning.mit.edu/RFQs.
Please note that we will be unable to answer phone calls regarding this solicitation. Please submit both technical and substantive questions via e-mail to CQPinfo@mit.edu by Friday, June 17. Responses will be posted to the website via an addendum.
We look forward to hearing from you.
MIT Consultant Qualification Program Team