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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 96-1167



Design Professional Selections; Clarification Notice

[26 Pa.B. 3477]

   The Selections Committee for the Department of General Services will meet to consider selections of Design Professionals for the project listed below. This is a correction to the Notice for Design Professional Selections for Department of General Services which appeared at 26 Pa.B. 3165 (July 6, 1996). (Ellipses refer to the existing text of the July 6, 1996 notice.)

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   Project No. DGS 948-41. Construction of the Keystone Building, Site of the Existing Transportation and Safety Building, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, PA. Construction cost: $101,000,000. The scope of work includes, but is not limited to, demolition of the existing Transportation and Safety Building and design and construction administration of a new office building on the existing site. The new building will include subterranean parking for 500 vehicles and provide flexible, intelligent office space for several State Agencies and will include special features such as a heliport, state-of-the-art Commonwealth Commerce Resource Center and Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) Central Administration and Command Center. As part of the Historic Capitol Complex, the building must compliment, in a timeless manner, the majesty of the Capitol Complex. The Department intends to contract separately for Environmental Consultant Services for removal of hazardous material from the existing building prior to demolition, and to contract separately for Construction Management Services. The Construction Manager will be responsible for scheduling and administering work during design and construction phases. The entire project, from abatement of hazardous material to completion of the new office building, is scheduled for a 49 1/2 month period. Note: The design professional cannot be a party to the Construction Management contract.

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[Pa.B. Doc. No. 96-1167. Filed for public inspection July 19, 1996, 9:00 a.m.]

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