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Contractor Sought to Build New High School

Proposals invited for North Eugene High School construction manager/general contractor 

Voters in Eugene School District 4J resoundingly passed the school bond measure in November 2018 to construct new school buildings for three schools with aging facilities and fund other capital improvements for all 4J schools.

The new North Eugene High School will be designed by the architect team of Rowell Brokaw Architects and Opsis Architecture. Now, we’re seeking proposals from contractors to build what the architects design.

The district is selecting a construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) at the beginning of the design process so that the contractor can work with the architects and the district to analyze building systems, provide cost estimates, develop construction schedules, help to plan for the anticipated months of construction, and help ensure that the school replacement project will be completed on time and within budget.

CM/GC proposals from construction firms will include a competitive bid for their fee, a guaranteed maximum price to complete the project, and other information requested by the district, including a recommendation of how to fulfill the school board’s statement of values regarding community benefits of construction projects.

The district, the architect team, and the selected construction firm will all be active members of the project team throughout the design and construction of the new North Eugene High School. Subcontractors will be selected through a publicly advertised, competitive solicitation process.

CM/GC proposals for the new North Eugene High School are due November 13 at 11 a.m.

Request For Proposals: Construction Manager / General Contractor Services for North Eugene High School

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