Update on the Wayne County Criminal Justice Center Project
On Wednesday, August 16, 2018, the project team of the Wayne County Criminal Justice Center presented an informational seminar at Greektown Casino Hotel in Detroit. The project partners are contractor Barton Malow, Bedrock Detroit, HOK Architects and Wayne County.
On behalf of the Wayne County Department of Human Relations, Victoria Iniss-Edwards gave tips on how to successfully qualify to be a part of the project, including becoming a Wayne County Certified company, and considering Mentor-Venturing or Joint-Venturing. A Wayne County Certification is good for three years and can be re-issued by contacting her office. Additional information, including how to register in Procure to Pay, can be found at www.waynecounty.com or by telephone at (313) 224-5021.
Dannis Mitchell, Barton Malow diversity manager, spoke on local participation and what interested parties will need to know in order to bid and work on the job. The project requires that 51 percent of total hours worked be completed by Wayne County residents.
Ms. Mitchell works closely in conjunction with Victoria Iniss-Edwards from Wayne County. Both women are available to answer any questions regarding the qualification process.
Jeff Goodale, ACA, global justice director at HOK Architects, spoke on the design of the Wayne County Criminal Justice Center. The project will include a juvenile detention facility (JDF), a courthouse (Court), and an adult detention facility (ADF) that will house 2,200 beds and offer counseling and rehabilitative spaces. Inclusively, the project will be 1 million SF located in Detroit at the intersections of Ferry Street, Russell Street and the Chrysler Service Drive. HOK Architects is the number-one architectural firm in the United States doing sustainable government work.
Barton Malow Project Director Andrew Miller and Project Manager Steve Ocana spoke on their company’s rich history of construction in the City of Detroit. They also presented the project timeline, as follows:
– Fall 2018 – Project begins / Site Mobilization / Demolition
– Winter 2018 – Foundations ADF
– Spring 2019 – Foundations ADF / Court / JDF
– Summer 2019 – Foundations ADF / Court / JDF /Prosecutor Sheriff / Superstructure ADF
– Fall 2019 – Foundations Pro-Sheriff / Superstructure ADF / Court / JDF
– Winter / Spring 2020 – Prosecutor / Sheriff Structure – All
– Summer / Fall 2020 – Superstructure Court, Pro-Sheriff / Enclosure MEP / FP, JDF / Court / Pro-Sheriff, Interior Rough & Fit-Out ADF / JDF / Court
– Winter / Spring 2021 – Building Enclosure Court / Pro-Sheriff, Interior Rough & Fit-Out ADF / JDF / Court
– Summer / Fall 2021 – Interior Fit-Out – All
– Winter / Spring 2022 – Interior Fit-Out – All, Commissioning – All
– Summer 2022 – Substantial Completion – FINISH
Note – All times are “targets” and are subject to change.
The Wayne County Criminal Justice Center will be bid in multiple bid packages – please refer to the timeline. At press time, only one contract has been awarded for precast work to Kerkstra Precast, Grandville, MI.
To find out more about the Wayne County Criminal Justice Center, visit www.bartonmalow.com/outreach and click on Projects; select Wayne County Criminal Justice Center; click on Project Registration; and complete the Project Registration Form. The page will also be frequently updated for bid package outreach events, project news, and more. CAM Virtual Leads subscribers can stay up to date by tracking project #2018-580F.
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