Maryland Food Bank – Addition & Renovations

Maryland Food Bank is a 21,000 sf, renovation and addition located at 2200 Halethorpe Farm Rd, Baltimore, MD 21224. The renovation and addition take place in an existing 80,000 sf warehouse and 2,000 sf commercial kitchen area. The warehouse is structurally comprised of concrete slab on grade with steel framing and tilt-up concrete wall panel construction.

The new addition and renovation scope is composed of developing both first and second floor office space as well as the renovation and expansion of the existing commercial kitchen.

SARC Renovation & Addition

Approximate 20,000 GSF renovation to an existing building. Project includes a two story addition (approx 7,200sf). The addition will be located on the West side of existing building where parking lot resides.

There are two separate sets of drawing identified as Phase 1 and Phase 2. Both phases are part of this contract and should be priced accordingly. Please utilize CAM’s Bid Form.

Major components for this project include the 2 Story addition and replacement of the buildings Heating and Cooling systems, installation of a natural gas generator, new utility service, LED lighting upgrades, reconfiguration of interior space and relocation of building entry points. This project will pursue Energy Star certification. The building will be vacated to facilitate this work.

FINALLY, PLEASE RESPOND WITH YOUR BID INTENT THROUGH BUILDING CONNECTED. IF YOU ARE NOT BIDDING, RESPONDING AS SUCH WILL ELIMINATE YOU RECEIVING INFORMATION, UPDATES AND REQUESTS SPECIFIC TO THIS PROJECT. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE RESPOND YOU ARE BIDDING TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE ALL ADDENDUM, IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND REQUESTS.

Montebello GMP-2 Bid Package 06A General Trades

CAM Construction will be bidding Bid Package 6A General Trades GMP-2 Montebello EMS Renovation and Addition and request your participation. We request that you utilize the issued bid form when submitting your pricing. Please read the CAM’s Bid Manual for important data and requirements

GMP-2 Project Summary

The Work consists the renovation and addition of Montebello Elementary/Middle School including architectural features and products typical to school construction and fit-out. The school will not be occupied during construction. Work of the project will occur in multiple phases. Generally, the new construction consists of steel bearing superstructure, metal deck, single-ply membrane roofing, d/f/h, aluminum storefront systems, and interior finishes along with the specified mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems. The Project is designed and shall be constructed to achieve LEED Silver certification.

NOTE:

ALL BIDDERS ARE TO RECEIVE THEIR FORMAL INVITATION FROM CAM’s WEB BASED SYSTEM – BUILDINGCONNECTED. THIS WILL ASSURE THAT ALL DOCUMENTS AND ADDENDA ARE VIEWED BY BIDDERS, AS THIS INFORMATION IS CURRENT AND WILL BE THE BASIS OF YOUR PROPOSAL.  PLEASE CONTACT CAM CONSTRUCTION BY EMAIL –  ESTIMATING@CAMBUILDS.COM– TO OBTAIN A FORMAL INVITE, IF NOT ALREADY RECEIVED.

ALL BIDS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON THE BID FORM AS IDENTIFIED IN SECTION 003000 FORM OF PROPOSAL.

MDOT certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice.

The project has an overall MBE participation goal of 30% inclusive of 11% Woman Owned and 8% African American sub-goals.

MBE and Workforce participation will be evaluated as part of the award. Prevailing Wage rates will apply.

Highlandtown Elementary/Middle School Renovation & Additions

The Work consists of the addition of a 45,000 Sqft educational wing addition, renovation of the existing cafeteria and IT/Data upgrades throughout the existing facility. The addition is a three-story addition steel framed superstructure, metal deck, CFMF exterior walls with brick veneer. The school will not be occupied during construction. Site work will consist of new storm water and structures, paving and sidewalk replacement. New playfield and site features are also identified. Other building features are new Aluminum Storefront, TPO Roofing System and interior finishes along with the specified mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems. The Project is designed and shall be constructed to achieve LEED Silver certification.

BUILDINGCONNECTED.COM IS USED FOR DISTRIBUTION OF ALL BID DOCUMENTS (INCLUDING ADDENDA), AND CRITICAL INFORMATION DURING THE BID PROCESS. RESPONDING “INTERESTED” OR “BIDDING” TO THE ITB THRU THE WEB-BASED SYSTEM ENSURES YOU WILL RECEIVE ALL DOCUMENTS AND CORREPONDENCE FOR PROJECT WHILE ALSO PROVIDING YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO MESSAGE US DIRECTLY. IF YOU ARE NOT INTERESTED, RESPONDING AS SUCH WILL ELIMINATE ALL FUTURE MESSAGES REGARDING THIS PROJECT.

 

REMEMBER THAT BUILDING CONNECTED IS A SYSTEM WHICH ONLY ALLOWS YOU, THE SUBCONTRACTOR TO UPDATE COMPANY INFORMATION. PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO UPDATE CONTACT NAMES, EMAIL AND PHONE NUMBERS TO ENSURE THAT YOUR COMPANY IS GETTING ALL ITB’S AND CORRESPONDENCE WHICH IS INTENDED FOR YOU

MDOT certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice. The project has an overall MBE participation goal of 30% inclusive of 11% Woman Owned and 8% African American sub-goals. MBE and Workforce participation will be evaluated as part of the award. Prevailing Wage rates apply.

Highlandtown Elementary/Middle School – Bid Package 06A – General Trades

CAM Construction is bidding on Bid Package 06A General Trades  and request your participation. We request that you utilize the issued bid form when submitting your pricing. Please read the CAM’s Bid Manual for important data and requirements.

**You may receive an ITB for this project from another Subcontractor bidding on 06A, with a bid date which is a day or so after CAM’s. Please note that other firms bidding 06A may request your pricing a day or so later than CAM does. We ask that regardless of who you bid with, that you send your bid by the bid date and time we request. In order to remain in compliance with MSA, CAM must submit our bid for this package no less than a day before all other bids are due.

The Work consists of the addition of a 45,000 Sqft educational wing addition, renovation of the existing cafeteria and IT/Data upgrades throughout the existing facility. The addition is a three-story addition steel framed superstructure, metal deck, CFMF exterior walls with brick veneer. The school will not be occupied during construction. Site work will consist of new storm water and structures, paving and sidewalk replacement. New playfield and site features are also identified. Other building features are new Aluminum Storefront, TPO Roofing System and interior finishes along with the specified mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems. The Project is designed and shall be constructed to achieve LEED Silver certification.

BUILDINGCONNECTED.COM IS USED FOR DISTRIBUTION OF ALL BID DOCUMENTS (INCLUDING ADDENDA), AND CRITICAL INFORMATION DURING THE BID PROCESS. RESPONDING “INTERESTED” OR “BIDDING” TO THE ITB THRU THE WEB-BASED SYSTEM ENSURES YOU WILL RECEIVE ALL DOCUMENTS AND CORREPONDENCE FOR PROJECT WHILE ALSO PROVIDING YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO MESSAGE US DIRECTLY. IF YOU ARE NOT INTERESTED, RESPONDING AS SUCH WILL ELIMINATE ALL FUTURE MESSAGES REGARDING THIS PROJECT.

REMEMBER THAT BUILDING CONNECTED IS A SYSTEM WHICH ONLY ALLOWS YOU, THE SUBCONTRACTOR TO UPDATE COMPANY INFORMATION. PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO UPDATE CONTACT NAMES, EMAIL AND PHONE NUMBERS TO ENSURE THAT YOUR COMPANY IS GETTING ALL ITB’S AND CORRESPONDENCE WHICH IS INTENDED FOR YOU

MDOT certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice. The project has an overall MBE participation goal of 30% inclusive of 11% Woman Owned and 8% African American sub-goals. MBE and Workforce participation will be evaluated as part of the award.

Renovations & Additions to Bel Air Town Hall & Police Department

The Project consists of phased selective demolition and renovation of portions of the existing Bel Air Town Hall and Police Department and Phased construction of additions to the existing facility. The building will remain in use throughout construction.  Active construction zones will be required to be partitioned off to maintain a safe working environment for the Police and Town administrative staff.
Generally, the new construction consists of load bearing masonry and steel, precast plank at the second-floor structure with structural steel and metal deck at the roof structure, masonry veneer, exterior metal wall panels, mechanically attached TPO membrane roofing, aluminum windows, storefront, casework and interior finishes, along with the specified mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems.

BCPS – Replacement of Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School No. 240 and Holabird Elementary/Middle School No. 229

Number: 2017-06
Bid Date has Changed Now Bids are Due:  July 19, 2017 -5:00PM EST

Location:
  Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School No. 240: 6300 O’Donnell St. Baltimore, MD 21224 Map »
Holabird Elem/Middle School No. 229: 1500 Imla Street, Baltimore, MD  21224 Map »
Job Walk:  June 14, 2017 – 10:00AM EDT start at Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School No. 240

Pre-Bid RFIs Due:  July 5, 2017 – 5:00PM  EST
Expected Start (New School):  September 4, 2017
Expected Finish (New School):  June 30, 2019
School Demo:
  Aug 2019 – Dec 2019
Final Sitework:  Dec 2019 – June 2020
Architect:  Grimm & Parker Architects

Description:  This Bid is for the demolition and replacement of TWO (2) schools:
1) Graceland Park – O’Donnell Heights Elem/Middle School No. 240
2) Holabird Elem/Middle School No. 229
Both new schools will be 89,400 SF 2-story, K-8 schools, and will be built simultaneously. All major trades are involved including: hazmat abatement, demolition, sitework, concrete, masonry, steel, millwork, roofing, storefront, finishes, specialties, elevator, sprinkler, mechanical, and electrical.

Although drawings are very similar it is the trade contractors responsibility to determine scope of each project and bid accordingly.

THERE IS A JOB SITE WALK-THRU ON WED JUNE 14 AT 10:00 AM, STARTING AT GRACELAND AND THEN TO HOLABIRD (SEE ADDENDUM 3).

NOTE – FOR BOTH BUILDINGS: wage rates, unit prices, and alternates apply.

MBE REQUIREMENTS: MDOT  Total goal – 32%, with African-American (7%) and Asian (4%) sub-goals.

This project is also available for public bidding via the Cam Construction Public Plan Room.

Project Documents
Civil & Landscape – Graceland Bid Set-Drawings
Civil & Landscape – Holabird Bid Set Drawings
Architectural & Structural – Graceland Bid Set-Drawings
Architectural & Structural – Holabird Bid Set Drawings
Food Service – Graceland Bid Set-Drawings
Food Service – Holabird Bid Set Drawings
MEP – Graceland Bid Set-Drawings
MEP – Holabird Bid Set Drawings
Graceland Bid Specs Vol 1
Holabird Bid Specs Vol 1
Graceland Bid Specs Vol 2
Holabird Bid Specs Vol 2
Asbestos Management Plan for Graceland Park 240
Asbestos Management Plan for Holabird EMS 229
Addendum 1 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 2 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 3 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Prevailing Wage Rates-Graceland Park #240
Prevailing Wage Rates-Holabird EMS #229
Bidding Data, General Conditions and Wage Scale for Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Bid Form-MBE and Bid Data-Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 4 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 5 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229 Addendum and Drawings
Addendum 5 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229 NEW Asbestos Management Plan for Graceland Park 240_1c ­
Addendum 5 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229 NEW Asbestos Management Plan for Holabird EMS 229_1c ­
Addendum 6 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229 ­
Addendum 7 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229   
Addendum 8 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 9 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 10 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229
Addendum 11 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229­ 
Addendum 12 to IFB17073 Graceland EMS240 and Holabird EMS229

 

 

 

 

Replacement of Victory Villa Elementary School

Bid Due Date:    12/21/2016,  12:00PM (bid date changed)
Scope:    Replacement of 735 seat elementary school
Project Location:    500 Compass Road, Baltimore, Maryland
Size:    Approximately 98,000 sq.ft.
Duration:    March 2017- July 2018
MBE:    30%, 7% African American Owned, 4% Asian American Owned
Wage Rates:    This project is subject to the State of Maryland Prevailing Wage Rates
LEED:    Silver

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Civil Drawings  size 72mb
MEP Drawings  size 63mb
Kitchen Drawings  size 8mb
Addendum 1 (including Additional Specifications)  size 3mb
Addendum 2 (including Bid Date and Time change)
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New Lansdowne Elementary School

Bid Due Date:   12/15/16  12:00PM
Project Location:   2301 Alma Road, Baltimore, Maryland  21227
Scope:  The Project consists of the demolition of an existing school and construction of a new elementary school for Baltimore County Public Schools.
MBE:    29%, 7% African American Owned, 4% Asian American Owned
Wage Rates:    This project is subject to the State of Maryland Prevailing Wage Rates
LEED:    Silver

NOTE: ALL BID DOCUMENTS HAVE BEEN RE-ISSUED AND ARE IDENTIFIED AS “BID ISSUED DATE: NOVEMBER 17, 2016”. ANY PREVIOUS DOCUMENTS/ADDENDA FOR THIS PROJECT SHOULD BE DISCARDED.

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Civil Drawings   size  97mb
Architectural Drawings  size 35mb
Kitchen Drawings  size 7mb
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MEP Drawings  size 88mb
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CMREC HQ – Clarksville

This project includes the construction of a new 11,00 SF single story, building and associated site work.

  • The project duration is (16) months.
  • Liquidated damages will be assessed at $1,000/day.
  • Alternates for operable partitions, Porte-Cochere, and fencing.
  • Pricing must be held for (120) days after bid submission.

JHBSPH – Cander Building TI Renovation

The general scope of the project is to replace lighting and ceiling tiles on the 3rd and 8th floors of the Candler Building. Ancillary work to include small amounts of ceiling grid, fire protection and HVAC.

  • Project hours are 6:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.
  • All debris must be removed by respective trade contractors via the freight elevator – dumpsters are not allowed on premises.

Freedom Center IV Barracks

CAM Construction is aggressively bidding this project and requests your participation. This project will consist of construction of two (190) person, standard-design, multi-story, Barracks. Barracks include living/sleeping rooms, semi-private baths, walk-in closets, storage, and service areas.

Project includes installation of an Intrusion Detection System (IDS), and connection to Energy Monitoring and Control Systems (EMCS).

  • Firm-Fixed Price contract with (4) Base Bid Items and (1) Option
  • Goals for small, minority and disadvantaged business.
  • Davis Bacon Wage Scale
  • Normal Working hours
  • Liquidated damages
  • LEED Silver

JHBSPH McElderry Townhouse Renovation

 We request your firm’s participation in the renovation of the McElderry Rowhouse Redevelopment Project for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHBSPH).
The project consists of only the renovation of the McElderry Rowhouses 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008 with associated site work.
There are also two (2) alternates relating to security devices and underground pathways. We ask that you submit your bid on the posted bid form as it assures CAM Construction that your firm has acknowledgement of all the bidding documents and procedures. See McElderry RFP Bid Package and Data document for a more specific summary of work and general project information.
The project also includes a 20% MBE and a 15% Local Business Participation goal. We ask that all bidders participate in achieving this goal. Please complete and provide this data on the Bid Form with the certification numbers. If you are utilizing or are a Local Business Enterprise (LBE) please be sure to provide your Baltimore City address.
Taxes: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is exempt from State Sales and Use Taxes.  The tax exemption number will be provided to the successful bidder.
Job Walk: Not Available due to COVID Restrictions

 

Document Summary:
2.      McElderry RFP Bid Package and Data
a.      Project Summary and Bid Procedures
b.      Scope of Base Bid and Alternate 2 Underground Cable Routing and Pathways
c.      Attachment B Contractors Bid Form
d.      Attachment C Bid Breakdown
e.      Attachment D Economic Inclusion Plan (MBE and LBE Participation Goals)
f.       Attachment E Sample AIA 101 – 2017 Standard Form of Agreement
g.      Attachment F Sample AIA A201 – 2017 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction
h.      Attachment G JHU JHM EI Program and First Source Hiring for Contractors Policy
i.       Attachment H Johns Hopkins RTC COVID Policy for Vendors
j.       Attachment J COVID-19 Memo to Construction Contractors
3.      JHBSPH Rowhouse Redevelopment McElderry Bid Drawings 2021
4.      JHBSPH Rowhouse Redevelopment McElderry Specifications 2021
5.      Scope of Base Bid and Alternate 2 Underground Cable Routing and Pathways

New Baltimore City District Courthouse (DGS)

CAM construction is bidding the new Baltimore City District Court project and is requesting your participation. This project includes a total renovation of the existing 4-story building, including replacement of the existing building façade.
We request all subcontractors to participate in meeting the MBE goals as specified below.
Important project elements include:
  • Wage Scale
  • 5% VSBE
  • 40% MBE (8% African American; 11% Women)
  • 2 year substantial completion and 2 year warranty period
  • Pricing to be held for 120 days following bid opening

Montebello EMS – Addition & Renovations – GMP II

PROJECT SUMMARY:

The work consists of steel bearing superstructure, metal deck, restoration of existing masonry and masonry veneer, membrane roofing, aluminum storefront, doors, frames, hardware and interior finishes (flooring, drywall, paint. Specified mechanical façade at the new addition.

The school will not be occupied during construction. Work of the project will occur in multiple phases. Generally, the new construction consists of steel bearing superstructure, metal deck, single-ply membrane roofing, d/f/h, aluminum storefront systems, and interior finishes along with the specified mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems.

This project is designed and shall be constructed to achieve LEED Silver certification.

NOTE:

ALL BIDDERS ARE TO RECEIVE THEIR FORMAL INVITATION FROM CAM’s WEB BASED SYSTEM – BUILDINGCONNECTED. THIS WILL ASSURE THAT ALL DOCUMENTS AND ADDENDA ARE VIEWED BY BIDDERS, AS THIS INFORMATION IS CURRENT AND WILL BE THE BASIS OF YOUR PROPOSAL. PLEASE CONTACT CAM CONSTRUCTION BY EMAIL – ESTIMATING@CAMBUILDS.COM – TO OBTAIN A FORMAL INVITE, IF NOT ALREADY RECEIVED.

ALL BIDS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON THE BID FORM AS IDENTIFIED IN SECTION 003000 FORM OF PROPOSAL.

MDOT certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice.

The project has an overall MBE participation goal of 30% inclusive of 11% Woman Owned and 8% African American sub-goals. MBE and Workforce participation will be evaluated as part of the award. Prevailing Wage rates will apply.

Montebello EMS – Addition & Renovations – GMP I – BUILDING DEMOLITION | HAZMAT

Project Summary:
Project consists of the removal of all HAZMAT materials and selective demolition of the existing 4 Story Education Wing and Gym Wing, the removal of the 3-story building link and portable classrooms. The work is anticipated to start on or about January 15, 2021 and be completed within 90 days. This package also includes furnishing and installing temporary electric services and lighting for this phase 1 and the future phase 2.

NOTE:
ALL BIDDERS ARE TO RECEIVE THEIR FORMAL INVITATION FROM CAM’s WEB BASED SYSTEM – BUILDINGCONNECTED. THIS WILL ASSURE THAT ALL DOCUMENTS AND ADDENDA ARE VIEWED BY BIDDERS, AS THIS INFORMATION IS CURRENT AND WILL BE THE BASIS OF YOUR PROPOSAL.

PLEASE CONTACT CAM CONSTRUCTION BY EMAIL – ESTIMATING@CAMBUILDS.COM- TO OBTAIN A FORMAL INVITE, IF NOT ALREADY RECEIVED.

ALL BIDS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON THE BID FORM AS IDENTIFIED IN SECTION 003000 FORM OF PROPOSAL.

Bid documents will be available as described above, on or after 4:00 PM November 2, 2020.

MDOT certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice.

The project has an overall MBE participation goal of 30% inclusive of 11% Woman Owned and 8% African American sub-goals. MBE and Workforce participation will be evaluated as part of the award. Prevailing Wage rates will apply.

The Lofts at Stehli Silk Mill

Stehli Silk Mill is an adaptive re-use renovation project consisting of approximately 165 apartment units. The majority of the apartments are singles, studios and a few doubles. In addition to the apartments, a future brew pub is planned for one of the existing single story structures. Ancillary structures related to the former boiler building will be utilized to provide amenity spaces for the residents, and shell retail or office space.

The project is generally delineated into two (2) areas of activity, and is reflected in the drawings as such.

Price 1 – Mill Buildings 1, 2 & 3, Mill 21 / Boiler Complex – Mills 1, 2 & 3 are all part of the “main building”, which runs parallel to Martha Avenue. This building is over 900′ long and three (3) stories high. Phase one is to also include all work as identified in Building 21 (former cafeteria) and basement level of Mill 1 as shown on A1.01, as well as all work in the former Boiler Plant Building (AKA – Amenity Center) as identified on A1.10. This includes all required MEP systems.

Price 2 – Mill Buildings 5 & 6 – Mills 5 & 6 part of “T” shaped building, which is located approximately 170’0″ behind the main building. Mill Buildings 5&6 face Marshall Avenue.

ALL PRICING SHALL BE BROKEN UP FOR BUDGETING PURPOSES, ONLY. THE JOB WILL BE EXECUTED IN ONE CONTINUOUS PHASE, OVER AN 18-24 MONTH PERIOD.

The project scope consists of and includes (but is not limited to the following):

Concrete Topping at Existing Floor Assembly
Brush Blasting of existing wood beams, decks, brick walls, stair towers, etc.
Masonry Restoration
Structural & Misc. Metals
Rough Carpentry
Finish Carpentry – including running trim
Millwork (Kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, shelving – @ kitchens & closets)
Granite Counters (@ kitchens and baths)
Roofing – Boiler complex only – (Mills 1-5 re-roofed in Fall 2014) Patching of penetrations only for Mills 1-5.
Waterproofing of future elevator pits
Caulking
Supply Doors, Frames & Hardware
Drywall, Framing, & Insulation
Painting
Toilet Accessories
Residential Appliances (FBO – hook up by trades)
Elevators
Sprinkler
Plumbing
Mechanical
Electrical (including fire alarm)
Low voltage systems (Security, door access, – vendor design)

Site/Civil drawings are now approved by Manheim Township, and are in the process of being recorded in the land records. Architectural, Structural, and MEP plans are also finalized. A building permit will be pulled before end of this month, with construction starting in November.

A site visit has already occurred but can be added upon request by contacting Marc Munafo @ 410-591-2917.

Feel free to contact Marc directly at marc@cambuilds.com, for clarifications or assumptions. Brett Wolter (brett@cambuilds.com) and John Speights (john@cambuilds.com) are  also available to answer any questions.

Interior and Exterior Renovation of the Robert Poole School

CAM in association with the Baltimore City 21st Century School Program is seeking trade contractor pre-qualifications for bidding the Robert Poole School, 1300 W 36th Street, Baltimore, MD 21211.

The project includes interior and exterior renovation of the existing 65,600 square foot three story structure and gym wing and a new 73,100 square foot multi-story addition.

Certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice.

The contractor or supplier who provides materials, supplies, equipment and/or services for this construction project shall attempt to achieve the MBE goals as follows: Total MBE=30%, with sub-goals: African-American=7%, Asian=4%. The bidder or offeror acknowledges the requirements of the MBE Participation and the MOED Workforce Development Programs, and will submit their completed forms accordingly.


1-Robert_Poole_CAM_Construction_Bid_Manual
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Chick Webb Recreation Center

CAM Construction is aggressively bidding the renovation and addition to the Chick Webb Recreation Center project and is requesting your firm’s participation. The project consists of the restoration and renovation of the existing building and natatorium and the addition of a new gymnasium and support area.

Site development will consist new paving, rubber surface play area, play structures, hardscape, and landscape features.

MWBOO certified Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to respond to this solicitation notice. Note – only MWBOO Minority Enterprises can be counted towards the MBE Goal and sub goals

The project has an overall MWBOO MBE participation goal of 27%, inclusive of a 10% Women Business Enterprise sub-goal.

  • We note that it is imperative that all proposed MWBOO MBE’s MUST submit Part B completed with signature 24 hours prior to bid date as this Statement of Intent must be submitted with our bid. Note the % should be left blank to be filled out by CAM as it is based on our total bid value

Prospective bidders are advised this project is subject to Prevailing Wage rates and regulations.

Special Attention is directed to the Following:

  • Division 00 Procurement and Contracting Requirements
  • Division 01 General Requirements
  • MBE Requirements, Forms and Procedures

Major trades include: demolition, sitework, fencing, site furnishings, landscaping, concrete, masonry, steel, waterproofing, roofing, fireproofing, doors and frames, alum storefront, drywall, tile, flooring, painting, specialties, swimming pools, shades structures, window treatment, mechanical, and electrical.

Little Sisters, St. Martins Home, Main Street Renovations

The scope of work for this phase includes the Renovation of Main Street which includes raising the roof structure and replacement of the flooring and window system for the first floor corridors. The facility is occupied though Main Street will be vacant. This is a Tax Exempt project. Auto Temperature Controls are to be provided by Johnson Controls. Fire Alarm is to be provided by Alarmtech Solutions.

Bid Documents

LSOP_MainStreet_drawings 25,456KB
LSOP_MainStreet_specifications 7,345KB
LSOP_MainStreet_addendum 1  580KB
LSOP_MainStreet_addendum 2  2,510KB
LSOP_MainStreet_addendum 3  1,153KB
LSOP_MainStreet_addendum 4  938KB
LSOP_MainStreet_Conformed_revised_drawings_052516 24,883KB

St Martin_historical drawings 147,257KB

Church of Reconciliation (COR)

CAM has been awarded a 2-level, 22,000 sf Church, to be built in Bel Air, MD. The lower level consists of Sunday School rooms, Fellowship Area (for receptions, events, etc.), meeting rooms, full service kitchen, storage and men/women’s rest rooms. A full service elevator and stairwell provide means to easily access the floor above.

The 2nd level includes an “Admin Wing” comprised of offices, reception area, restrooms, storage, etc. The main feature of the building is the area of worship which includes the Main Entrance, Narthex, Chancel, Sacristy, Prayer, Cry Room and Music Area. In addition to the main building, a 40′ x 80′ Pavilion is part of the work to be complete.

RFI’s Due: Monday, April 5, 2021 @ 4:00pm

  • Expected Start: Site Work – June 2021
    • Duration approx. 1 year – June 2022 completion

Replacement of Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School No. 240 and Holabird Elementary/Middle School No. 229

Solicitation Number: IFB 18017

Location:

Graceland Park/O’Donnell Heights Elementary/Middle School No. 240: 6300 O’Donnell St. Baltimore, MD 21224

Holabird Elem/Middle School No. 229: 1500 Imla Street, Baltimore, MD  21224

Both new schools will be 94,000 SF 2-story, K-8 schools, and will be built simultaneously. All major trades are involved including: hazmat abatement, demolition, sitework, concrete, masonry, steel, milllwork, roofing, storefront, finishes, specialties, elevator, sprinkler, mechanical, and electrical.

Although drawings are very similar it is the trade contractors responsibility to determine scope of each project and bid accordingly.