RFP Application Draft

Fort Hancock RFP Optional Application
and Cost Estimate Template
Please respond to each of the below evaluation criteria.
FULL LEGAL NAME (INDIVIDUAL/ENTITY):
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY, STATE AND ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE #:
FAX #:
EMAIL ADDRESS:
FORT HANCOCK EVALUATION CRITERIA
# Criteria Details
1 COMPATIBILITY The compatibility of the proposal’s intended use of the Leased property with respect to preservation, protection, and visitor enjoyment of the park.
Response: Please describe which building(s) you propose to lease and the intended use based on the Map located in the RFP.
# Criteria Details
2 FINANCIAL The financial capability of the Offeror to carry out the terms of the Lease and the amount of rent offered. NPS will project costs anticipated with the project as proposed and determine whether Offeror is financially capable of undertaking the project based on supporting documents provided by the Offeror. NPS will consider cost estimates provided by Offeror.
Please email or mail the appropriate information:


Check Yes or No if completed
YesNo Attachment F: Financial Forms, explain the basis of all estimates included on the form. Please refer to Attachment E for instructions to complete the Financial Forms.
YesNo Credit report in the name of the offeror that includes scores and is dated within thirty (30) days prior to the date of submission to NPS. The report must be from a major credit reporting company such as Equifax, Experian, TRW, or Dun & Bradstreet. If the offeror is not yet formed, include a credit report for each of the individuals or entities that will have ownership interests or control of the potential Lessee.
YesNo Documentation of the source and availability of funds for the estimated investment costs through bank statements, bank financing commitment letters, or similar documents that substantiate your financial capability.
# Criteria Details
3 RENT Offeror must propose, at minimum, an amount of rent equal to Fair Market Value Rent. Fair Market Value rent has been determined by the NPS for some of the structures and can be found at https://forthancock21.org/testbuilding-page/. If no FMV rent has been determined, the rent will be determined by NPS, via an independent appraisal, after selection of the best proposal. The NPS will provide rental offsets for capital improvements. The rent payment schedule will be negotiated with the selected Applicant.
Response: The lessee will be required to pay at least Fair Market Value rent to the NPS. State how much annual rent you offer to pay in space below.
AnnualMonthly
# Criteria Details
4 EXPERIENCE The experience of the Offeror demonstrating the managerial capability to carry out the terms of the Lease is important.
Response: Describe how your experience and background qualifies you to undertake the proposed rehabilitation. You may enter qualifications below, or email your response.
# Criteria Details
5 SUSTAINABILITY The ability and commitment of the Offeror to conduct its activities in the park area in an environmentally enhancing manner through, among other programs and actions, energy conservation, waste reduction, and recycling.
Response: Describe in your proposal how you will manage,use, and rehabilitate the property in an environmentally-friendly manner. You may enter below or email your response.
# Criteria Details
6 PRESERVATION The property is an historic property; the compatibility of the proposal with the historic qualities of the property and its place within the National Historic Landmark District.
Response: Describe your experience completing historic rehabilitation projects (individually or utilizing the services of a professional).
Sandy Hook Housing Rehabilitation
Gateway National Recreate Area GATE
Building: Estimate by:
Description Total Estimated Cost
FOUNDATIONS:

Grading, excavation and consolidation at foundation subsidencels

Repoint foundation

Perimeter drain system

Sump pump and drainage system
SUPERSTRUCTURE:

Miscellaneous structural repairs
EXTERIOR ENCLOSURE:

R-19 insulation at exterior walls, blown in

Miscellaneous exterior trim repairs

Exterior siding replacement - in kind (24 missing shingles)

Repair / replace where beyond repair approximately 6/6 WD DH

Remove plywood and install 1 6/6 WD DH sash to match original

Repair / replace 1/1 porch windows

Stairs wood frame construction

Remove rear vinyl door; install new appropriate wood door

Install flood vents in former basement window openings

Exterior painting
ROOFING:

Remove and replace existing roof, asphalt shingles, 50 year

Gutter, leaders and flashing

New R50 blown insulation at roof
INTERIOR CONSTRUCTION:

Reframe existing layout to accommodate new mech & elec rooms

Drywall/plaster, patching & replacement at damaged wall areas

Replace door interior door hardware, passage locks, res grade 3

Specialties towel bars, dispensers, mirrors, etc.
STAIRS:

Structural & aesthetic repairs

Stair tread replacement
INTERIOR FINISHES:

Refinish existing wood floors

Resilient flooring kitchens, bathrooms, utility rooms, mech, elec rooms

Painting walls, ceilings, doors
PLUMBING (Based on central kitchen & central restroom):

Sanitary piping distribution, PVC including floor drains & vents

Domestic piping distribution, copper

Kitchen sinks, w/ trim, countertop, SS, 43”x 22”, dbl bowl

Lavatory w/trim, vanity top, 18” round

Toilets, vitreous china, two piece tank, floor mounted

Shower stall, fiberglass, 1 pc, 3 walls, 36” square
HVAC:

Hot water boiler, cast iron, gas fired, 244MBH

Heating boiler, cast iron, gas fired, 585MBH

Rehabilitate existing cast iron steam radiators

Copper pipe water distribution

Propane tank for boilers, 500 gal
FIRE PROTECTION:

NFPA 13R, CPVC, schedule 40, fire sprinkler system
ELECTRICAL:

Service, panels, and Distribution

Lighting and Branch wiring, Romex

Equipment connections

Light fixtures, plates, finish out

Fire detection and alarm system

Electrical secondary
EQUIPMENT:

Refrigerator

Stove with cooktop

Dishwasher

Microwave

Washer & Dryer set
FURNISHINGS:

Kitchen lower cabinets, oak boxes, plastic laminate counters

Kitchen upper cabinets, oak boxes

Restroom countertops, laminate

ADA bathroom stalls, baked enamel finish, floor mounted

Bathroom stalls, baked enamel finish, floor mounted
SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION:
SELECTIVE BUILDING DEMOLITION:

Hazardous material removals

Hot water boiler system removal

Oil boiler heat system removal

Above ground fuel oil aboveground 500 gal storage tank removal

Electrical gear & panel removals

Miscellaneous internal removals water damage materials
SITE RESTORATION (Existing site):

Backfill basement with sand

Revegetation of existing site with hydro seed
SITE IMPROVEMENTS:

Landscaping
SITE MECHANICAL UTILITIES:

Remove lines and cap existing utilities as required

Sanitary 4” lateral

Fire line, 2” lateral 1” domestic tee

Storm tie in from perimeter and crawl space line to surface drainage

Electrical secondary

Sanitary street tap

Domestic street tap
SUBTOTAL DIRECT CONSTRUCTION COSTS:

Published Location Factor

Remoteness Factor

Federal Wage Rate Factor

State & Local Taxes (Calculated on Materials Only)

Design Contingency
TOTAL DIRECT CONSTRUCTION COSTS:

Testing & Inspections

Standard General Conditions

Government General Conditions

Historic Preservation Factor
SUBTOTAL NET CONSTRUCTION COST:

Design Liability

General Liability

Contractor Overhead

Contractor Profit
ESTIMATED NET CONSTRUCTION COSTS:

Contracting Method Adjustment (8A Negotiated)

Permitting

Bonding

Inflation Escalation (12 Months)
TOTAL ESTIMATED NET COST OF CONSTRUCTION:

Design

Project Management

NPS Management (Covered under Sandy Program)

Construction Contingency
TOTAL ESTIMATED GROSS COST OF CONSTRUCTION:
Please email any and all attachments separately to Gateway_BMD@nps.gov. Applicants may also submit supporting documents by mail to:


Superintendent

Gateway National Recreation Area

210 New York Avenue

Staten Island, New York 10305

SUBMISSION - Fort Hancock RFP


Please refer to the RFP for additional information and instructions.