12/9/2015 - 2015-036 - Mary Shepherd Home: Permanent Supportive Housing, with a Focus on Veterans - City of Middletown/Middlesex County Coalition Housing/Addendum #1 & Addendum #2, Prebid meeting minutes and attendee list/Enviornmental Report of Shepherd Building
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT

Sealed proposals, addressed to the Supervisor of Purchases, City of Middletown, Municipal Building, Room 112, 245 DeKoven Drive, Middletown, CT, shall be received until Friday, January 22, 2016   Monday, February 29, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. for the following service:

RFP #2015-036
MARY SHEPHERD HOME:
PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING, WITH A FOCUS ON VETERANS

The City of Middletown (City) and the Middlesex County Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (Coalition) are requesting proposals for the redevelopment of the Mary Shepherd Home (Facility) on the Connecticut Valley Hospital (CVH) campus into permanent supportive housing, with a focus on veterans (the Project). The Facility is located at 112 Bow Lane on the CVH campus and had been serving up to 70 homeless adults as transitional SRO housing.

The Facility is owned by the State of Connecticut, which has been leasing the Facility to the City on a series of 5-year leases. The City, in turn, had been subleasing the facility to Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation. Mercy recently opted out of the lease, which opens up the possibility of redeveloping the Facility into first-rate permanent supportive housing with a focus on veterans.

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and United States Senator Richard Blumenthal have each emphasized the need to end homelessness and to support, especially, our homeless veterans, and Middletown Mayor Daniel T. Drew is working to meet these needs in the City through this project. The City anticipates working with the State to convey the facility to the City for transfer or lease to the successful developer. The goal is to convey the property through an outright transfer.

"Proposal Document can be obtained by clicking here" 

Addendum #1 **Please Note--The Proposal Due date has been extended to Monday, February 29, 2016 at 3:00 pm

Addendum #2

**A second site visit (112 Bow Lane) has been scheduled for Friday, January 8, 2016 at 1:00 PM

Prebid meeting minutes and attendee list

Preliminary Draft Site Plan

Click here to view "as built" drawings 

Environmental Report  of Shepherd Building

*Please note-- "as built" hard copies are also available for a cost of $20.00 per copy and can be obtained in the Purchasing Department, Room 112 of the Municipal Building between the hours of 8:30-4:30 pm M-F 

All questions concerning this RFP shall be directed in writing to the Coalition via email at RFQ@AnEndInTen.org. Copies of the plans for the Facility are available upon request and at cost.

A Pre-Bid Meeting has been scheduled for Monday, December 21, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. and will be held at the Facility at 112 Bow Lane on the CVH Campus in Middletown. Bidders are advised that attendance at the pre-bid conference is not mandatory but strongly recommended.

The City and Coalition reserve the right to waive any defect in any proposal and reserves the right to reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Proposals, amendments to or withdrawals of proposals received after the time set for the receipt of proposals will not be considered.

All proposals are subject to and must comply with the equal opportunity and non-discriminatory provisions set forth in the Affirmative Action Plan of the City of Middletown.

Dated: 12/09/2015
Middletown, Connecticut

Donna L. Imme, CPPB, Supervisor of Purchases