The Mission Critical team recently partnered with our newest client, Felix Construction (www.felixconstruction.com), to shortlist for the Alta Vista Pump Station Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for the City of Keller, TX.
The Alta Vista Pump Station (AVPS) project includes the construction of a new 18 MGD pump station, demolition of the existing pump station, and the associated construction phasing and sequencing to maintain existing operations along with ancillary facilities.
In collaborating with Felix to achieve the shortlist in this competitive, three-stage alternative delivery procurement, Mission Critical's team focused on providing a technical level of detail across the Statement of Qualifications. We held internal charrettes to develop an approach that would position the Felix Construction team against larger and local Texas firms.
To highlight the team’s qualifications, we fully detailed the firm's key CMAR expertise and their knowledge of Fort Worth specifications and practices. As an alternative delivery project, it was also imperative to demonstrate the team’s capacity for partnership and the cohesive relationships and shared project experience between proposed team members.
As with most projects, the Mission Critical team maximized the short procurement deadline by utilizing our parallel design and content revision cycles. We proofed the documents in-house and printed the final packages at our local commercial printer to ensure that every page was in order. We then hand-delivered the final Statement of Qualifications to Felix's office in Texas.
We look forward to working with Felix Construction on their future pursuits.
DELIVERY METHOD: CMAR
CLIENT: FELIX CONSTRUCTION
PROJECT VALUE: $6.5M
MARKET SEGMENT: WATER + WASTEWATER
AGENCY: CITY OF KELLER