The Texas A&M University System Office of Facilities Planning & Construction

The Texas A&M University System Office of Facilities Planning & Construction

The Texas A&M University System has posted a notice of a Request for Qualifications for Architect/Engineer services for the Project 23-3258 – TAMU HSC Engineering and Health Building Renovation.


** Please note: this email Notice to Bidders is being sent to A/E firms as potential responders to the RFQ. The notification includes other vendors as notice of potential subcontracting opportunities with the responding A/E firms. A list of potential interested bidders is usually posted w/in 7-10 days of this posting at the link provided for the bidding documents.


The Texas A&M University System Office of Facilities Planning & Construction (FP&C) on behalf of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System (Owner) and Texas A&M Health Science Center are soliciting statements of qualifications for selection of an Architect/Engineer (A/E) firm for programming and design for the 23-3258 Engineering and Health Building Renovation (Project), in accordance with the terms, conditions, and requirements set forth in this Request for Qualifications (RFQ).


The A/E team selected will provide programming services and develop a Program of Requirements (POR) that will best define the project’s scope. After approval of the POR the A/E team will begin design services for the project’s scope. The existing 282,000 gross square foot, 17 story steel frame office building with an additional basement and mechanical mezzanine floor, will be renovated using a phased approach appropriate to the current funds available.


The existing 5.5 acre property located at 1020 Holcombe Boulevard, Houston, Texas may include parking and site improvements, façade enhancements including minor balcony upgrades, marble panel replacement, selected window repairs and replacement, and minor roof and wall leak repairs to enhance functionality and curb appeal. The scope of work may also include core upgrades for all floors, whether initially occupied or not, to upgrade the facility to current accessibility standards and electrical, plumbing, and fire and life safety building codes. Early building use concepts include lower floors with large teaching classrooms and tiered auditorium spaces for up to 200 students, makerspaces, local vendor spaces for books, and food spaces to serve building occupants. Program recommendations for low to mid-level floors might contain group meeting and conference rooms, simulation labs for mannequins, exam rooms with nursing stations. Mid-level to upper-level floors may include an anatomy lab, epic training spaces, faculty offices, clinical spaces, and staff spaces for nursing, pharmacy, engineering, IT, and medical. Upper level floors may prove best suited to offices for senior leadership, and large event venue spaces with food service amenities for up to 200 people.


These listed facility amenities and functional spaces represent a broad outline to better refine and inform the respondent A/E team consultant structure for not only professional Revised April 2016 A/E Request for Qualifications Page 7 of 21 programming services, but should also represent the respondent team’s ability to provide standard professional design and construction document services.


This RFQ is the first step in the process for selecting an A/E firm. The RFQ provides the information necessary to prepare and submit Qualifications for consideration by the Owner. The Owner may select the top three (3) or more of the top ranked qualified respondents to present their qualifications during an interview.


** The RFQ package/documents must be accessed and responded to within e-Builder. The following link provides access to the RFQ package/documents: Follow the instructions on the link to get registered within e-Builder.


Deadline: FP&C will accept proposals uploaded to e-Builder until 2pm, Friday, November 10, 2017.


All addendums if any will be posted within the e-Builder site.


  • Any questions regarding this RFQ shall be directed to: Brett Cumpton Phone: 979-492-5197, e-mail:


**A HUB Subcontracting Plan (HSP) is required with your qualification submission – if you have any questions about the HSP requirement please email Jeff Zimmermann at email:


Patty Allison, CTPM | HUB Coordinator/Buyer

HUB & Procurement Programs

Tel. 979.458.6088 |

The Texas A&M University System


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