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august 30, 2012
August 30, 2012 Steven C. Maki, PE Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority 900 South 5th Street Minneapolis, Minnesota 55415 Don Becker, Project Executive Minnesota Vikings Football Minnesota Vikings - Winter Park 9520 Viking Drive Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55344 Steve and Don: The HKS Sports & Entertainment Group is excited and proud to partner with the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority and the Minnesota Vikings Football Club. We believe that by taking advantage of our recent efforts with the National Football League, Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Washington Redskins, St. Louis Rams, Oakland Raiders and the Vikings, we can not only create a new home for the Vikes, but also develop a multipurpose venue that will be a must stop for all major events like the Super Bowl, Final Four and significant entertainment tours, as well as be a new rec room for Minnesota. We have assembled the HKS team to make a difference. We believe our partnership with you will have a significant impact on the success of your project – a belief stemming from our understanding of the sports and entertainment business and coupled with a design approach that grows out of the creation of experiences. Integral to our process are these design drivers: • Fully leveraging the transformative power of meaningful and memorable architecture • Creating magnetic destination environments that fill event calendars, increase ROI, and activate surrounding development • Planning for broader real estate development opportunities • Incorporating and reinforcing brand equity to maximize sponsorship and advertising opportunities • A global approach to sustainability design that looks to the actual impact our buildings have on both the micro and macro environment • Designing venues built around operational issues, rather than simply accommodating them
Our team includes senior leadership heavily experienced in the national Sports and Entertainment practice. As innovators in the Sports and Entertainment design industry, we have achieved national and international prominence by providing a full range of services for projects with a wide range of size and complexity. Our designs evoke emotion, passion and excitement – immersing patrons and users in unique and natural environments with comfort and style. Our creativity, enthusiasm, teamwork and common sense approach provide all with an unforgettable experience. A new multi-purpose venue, designed similar to our efforts with the cities of Indianapolis and Dallas, will forever change the Vikings gameday experience and the fabric of Minnesota. HKS looks forward to creating and energizing a broader market for the region and carrying on the traditions of the Minnesota Vikings and their fans for many years to come. Sincerely,
Mark Williams, AIA, LEED AP Principal
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The HKS Sports & Entertainment Group creates memorable destinations that generate excitement, income and energy.
our PHilosoPHy We believe that distinctive design is borne of unique challenges and opportunities. These circumstances have a profound impact as a design driver. Our process utilizes critical listening and an interactive, open process that helps our clients envision their venues in unprecedented light. We understand the immense value of our clients’ brands. The HKS Sports & Entertainment Group is unmatched in leveraging that equity in the built environment, which fosters fan loyalty, elevates team brands and enhances sponsorship value. Our design practice has created award winning projects for the NFL with Cowboys Stadium and Lucas Oil Stadium and have changed the way NFL is viewed by its fans and how an NFL venue can become an unprecedented multipurpose venue.
minnesota sports authority
minnesota Vikings football club
Kevin taylor, aia, leeD aP project manager
John Hutchings, aia, leeD aP principal-in-charge
Bryan trubey, aia design principal
mike rogers, aia senior designer
mark Williams, aia, leeD aP project programming
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JOHN HUTCHINGS, AIA, LEED AP principal-in-charge
John Hutchings has practiced in all phases of the architectural process including master planning, design, construction documents and construction services. His extensive experience, spanning 37 years, involves all major building types including stadiums, arenas, ballparks, convention centers and hotels. John is responsible for procedures and methods required to reach project design objectives through managing the delivery process from design through construction. He maintains necessary communication among the owner, the contractor and the architect. He is responsible for contracts and consultants and oversees preparation, coordination and implementation of construction documents, as well as managing the construction contract administration phase of the project. Projects Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, Indiana Miller Park - Milwaukee, Wisconsin Metrodome Next - Minneapolis, Minnesota reference John P. Klipsch Executive Director Indiana Stadium and Convention Building Authority p 317.638.2721 email@example.com
KEvIN TAyLOr, AIA, LEED AP project manager
As a project manager with over 21 years of experience, Kevin Taylor specializes in sports facilities and commercial projects. As project manager, he is responsible for overall project management. Kevin maintains the necessary communications between the owner and contractor. His responsibilities include preparation, coordination and implementation of construction documents, as well as project management during the construction phase. Projects Cowboys Stadium - Arlington, Texas Dell Diamond Ballpark - Round Rock, Texas reference Jerry Jones Owner Dallas Cowboys p 972.556.9900 f 972.556.9309 firstname.lastname@example.org
BryAN TrUBEy, AIA design principal
Bryan Trubey is a design principal with HKS Sports & Entertainment Group and is responsible for all sports and related entertainment projects. He was named one of the 20 Most Influential People in Sports Facility Design, Architecture and Development, according to Sports Business Journal. As a principal of the firm, with 31 years experience, he actively participates in all phases of the architectural design process, from programming through all design phases. His most notable projects are regarded as the first to effectively integrate the sports environment with entertainment, creating timely, memorable spaces. This, combined with his focus on new ways to increase revenues, has resulted in his projects being considered the latest in innovative, experience-driven and profitable sport destinations. Projects Cowboys Stadium - Arlington, Texas Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, Indiana Oakland Raiders - Oakland California Metrodome Next - Minneapolis, Minnesota references Jerry Jones Owner Dallas Cowboys p 972.556.9900 f 972.556.9309 email@example.com Jim Irsay - Owner Pete Ward - Senior Executive Vice President Indianapolis Colts p 317.808.5107 firstname.lastname@example.org
MIKE rOGErS, AIA senior designer
Michael Rogers has more than 28 years of experience with programming, master planning and all phases of building design from schematic design through construction documents. Michael has been responsible for the design of over 20 million square feet of master planning and building design for sports, hospitality and commercial facilities. Notably, Michael has served as project designer for Cowboys Stadium and Dodger Stadium renovations. His involvement in projects of different types and sizes has allowed him to explore ideas at varying scales and complexities Projects Cowboys Stadium - Arlington, Texas Dodger Stadium Renovations - Los Angeles, California Metrodome Next - Minneapolis, Minnesota reference Jerry Jones Owner Dallas Cowboys p 972.556.9900 f 972.556.9309 email@example.com
MArK WILLIAMS, AIA, LEED AP project programming
Mark Williams currently serves as the Director of Business Development for the HKS Sports and Entertainment Group. As an HKS Principal with over 22 years of experience, Mark’s unique diversity within the profession allows him to maintain an active role throughout the life of the project. His project and client involvement focuses around the venues programming, overall project design and direction. Mark has recently programmed and completed venues for the National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, National Basketball Association and International Soccer. Projects Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis, Indiana Cowboys Stadium - Arlington, Texas St. Louis Rams - St. Louis, Missouri Washington Redskins - Landover, Maryland Metrodome Next - Minneapolis, Minnesota references Stan Kroenke - Owner Kevin Demoff - Executive Vice President St. Louis Rams p 314.516.8808 f 314.516.8700 firstname.lastname@example.org Jerry Jones Owner Dallas Cowboys p 972.556.9900 f 972.556.9309 email@example.com
consultant team consiDerations
The HKS Sports and Entertainment Group would like to discuss the following sub-consultants with the MFSA and the Minnesota Vikings. Additionally, we will include M/WBE sub-consultants and other appropriate local and small business sub-consultants as required to meet the project goals. HKS has historically exceeded the goals and requirements of our clients regarding inclusion of Targeted Group Businesses withing our projects. We have begun the process to maintain this practice for the new Minnesota Multipurpose Stadium. We have personally met with and had conversations with several firms listed by the State of Minnesota Department of Administration. We will continue to interview, recommend and discuss with the FSFA and the Minnesota Vikings all of our project sub-consultants as the team grows and develops.
ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT • RSP Architects • HGA Architects • Cunningham Group MEP ENGINEERING • • • • WSP Flack+Kurtz M-E Engineers Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. Michaud Cooley Erikson
STRuCTuRAL ENGINEERING • Walter P Moore • Magnusson Klemencic Associates • Thornton Tomasetti, Inc. • Meyer Borgman Johnson • Ericksen Roed & Associates • Rani Engineers, Inc. AV/ /ELECTRONIC SySTEMS • Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams, Inc. • Acoustic Dimensions • Shem Milson and Wilke
CODE CONSuLTING • Howe Engineers, Inc. • FP&C Consultants, Inc. • Rolf Jensen and Associates LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTuRE • Oslund and Associates • Coen + Partners FOOD SERVICE • Ricca Newmark Design • Cini-Little Design • S2O Consultants, Inc.
INTERIOR DESIGN • HKS Interiors • RSP Architects GRAPHICS/WAyFINDING • HKS Brandspace • Catt Lyon Design
CIVIL ENGINEERING • SRF Consulting Group • Kimley-Horn & Associates
“HKs’s knowledge and experience on high profile national projects made them the clear choice as the designers for the new Dallas cowboys Venue.”
- jerry jones owner of the Dallas cowboys
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Professional & colleGiate staDiums
cowboys stadium | arlington, texas
• • • • • NFL venue 3.1 Million SF ; Capacity of 100,000 2011 Super Bowl & NCAA Final Four Sports Business Journal “Project of the year” Destination Events stop Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2009 Master Planning | Architecture | Branding | Graphics | Interiors CM at risk $824 Million Confidential • M-E Engineers, Inc. - MEP • Walter P Moore - Structural • WJHW - A/v/Electronic Systems • Uni-Systems - Operable roof
reference: Jerry Jones - Owner Dallas Cowboys p 972.556.9900
Lucas oil stadium | indianapolis, indiana
• • • • • NFL venue 1.8 Million SF 63,000 Seats; 7,000 Club Seats 2012 Super Bowl & NCAA Final Four Sports Business Journal “Project of the year” Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2008 Master Planning | Architecture | Branding | Graphics | Interiors CM | Bid | Build $578 Million Confidential • Flack + Kurtz - MEP • Walter P Moore - Structural • WJHW - A/v/Electronic Systems
reference: John Klipsch - Executive Director Indiana Stadium and Convention Building Authority p 317.638.2721
fedex field renovations | Landover, maryland
• • • NFL venue Phased seating bowl modifications Addition of 70 suites Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2012 Master Planning | Architecture | Interiors Design Bid Build $5 Million Confidential • Flack + Kurtz - MEP • Thornton TomasettiStructural
reference: Lon rosenberg - Senior vice President The Washington redskins p 301.276.6062
university of north texas apogee stadium | Denton, texas
• • • • • 250,000 sf 29,000 seats Collegiate venue World’s First LEED Platinum Stadium Community/University Conference Center Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2011 Master Planning | Architecture | Graphics | Interiors CM at risk $64 Million Confidential • rogers Moore - Structural • WJHW - A/v/Electrical Systems • Aguirre Corporation - MEP
reference: rick villareal - Athletic Director University of North Texas p 940.565.2789
texas christian university amon g. carter stadium | fort worth, texas
• • • • 22,700 seats 6 founder suites 23 standard suites Seeking LEED Silver Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2012 Master Planning | Architecture | Graphics | Interiors CM at risk $137 Million Confidential • SSr - MEP • Thornton TomasettiStructural • Acoustic Dimensions - A/v
reference: Will Stallworth - Associate vice-Chancellor Texas Christian University p 817.257.7955
miller Park | milwaukee, wisconsin
Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2001 Mater Planning |Architecture | Graphics | Interiors CM at risk $327 Million Confidential • M-E Engineers, Inc. - MEP • Walter P Moore - Structural • WJHW - A/v/Electronic Systems • Uni-Systems - Operable roof Eppstien Uhen Architects and NBBJ • • • • MLB venue 42,500-seat ballpark Operable roof 75 luxury suites
reference: Mike Duckett - Executive Director Milwaukee Brewers p 414.902.4040
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the ballpark at arlington | arlington, texas
Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: In Association with: 1994 Architecture | Graphics | Interior Design CM at risk $150 Million Confidential • Blum - MEP • M-E Engineers - MEP • Techord Consulting - Security David M. Schwarz • • • MLB venue 49,260 seats 120 private suites
reference: rick McLaughlin Executive v.P. of Business Operations Texas rangers Baseball Club p 817.436.5944
Dodger stadium | Los angeles, california
Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2008 Masterplanning |Architecture | Interiors | Graphics CM at risk $140 Million Confidential • DPr Construction - Contractor • Acoustic Dimensions - A/v • rJA - Code • MorrowMeadows - Electrical • • MLB venue Multi-phased renovation of historic Dodger Stadium • redevelopment of the Chavez ravine site reference: Francine Hughes Director of Operations p 323.224.1515
us cellular field | chicago, illinois
Dates of Construction: Services: Delivery Method: Construction Cost: Design Fee: Key Subconsultants: 2006 Masterplanning |Architecture | Graphics CM at risk $60 Million Confidential • Environmental Systems Design - MEP • WJHW - A/v/Electronic Systems • Thornton Tomasetti Structural • MLB venue • Multiple-phased renovation of former Comiskey Park Jerry reinsdorf Chicago White Sox p 312.674.5232
Preliminary DesiGn PacKaGe
Build it for this guy
He cares. A lot. Coaches and quarterbacks come and go, but this guy will always be with you, through thick and thin. He doesn’t want a stadium – he wants a Norse battleground that is “vikings” to the core. In the Fall of 2008, we undertook a 14-month exercise to make that happen. To uncover the essence of Minnesota and their team, and design a stadium that speaks to their true identity. Scandinavian character. Striking form. Timeless simplicity. High quality and value. And a focus on the craft of details, such as traditional Nordic patterns and clever assembly. The strongest influence, however is the region’s commitment to environmental stewardship. We worked to design a stadium that is on the leading edge of sustainable design innovation. This also sets the stage for decades of energy savings and the potential for sponsorships from alternative energy companies, many of which evolved within the region.
Since then, we have developed two new design proposals that each speak to Minnesota and the vikings in their own ways, but that stay true to our original guiding principles: of building a battleground for viking superfans and the people of Minnesota. The People’s Stadium.
the new “green”
original 2009 design
Derived as a response to the building’s climate and the snow-shedding forms of traditional Nordic vernacular, this stadium’s signature element is a monumental tilted arch that addresses the plaza and frames a view of the city skyline. The arch, its anchored canopy of support cables, and the sweeping curve of the downtown window wall help to create a massive “outdoor room” for celebration and gathering that blends interior and exterior. The interior volume and unique shape are instrumental in creating an environmentallyresponsive design. The steep, arching roof is built of lightweight fabric, and its shape helps to shed snow loads. The interior volume beneath is optimal for natural “venturi effect” ventilation during the summer months. The operable roof, translucent materials, and window wall give an open-air sensation recalling the “Old Met.” The translucent skin and arched opening transform the stadium into a singular glowing beacon at night, instantly recognizable from anywhere.
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Scheme B creates a powerful, textured form by flipping alternating bands of a simple sloped roof. This creates a stadium that portrays an aggressive form while appearing almost weightless – an aesthetic that recalls the sculpted veneer curves of mid-century scandinavian furniture. The lightweight roof structure, open ends, and unprecedented overhead clerestory windows contribute to the weightlessnes and help to create a bowl that would require almost no artifical lighting during daylight conditions. By night, the open ends and unique composition of clerestory openings help the stadium to stand out as an unmistakable beacon on the Minneapolis skyline. A series of pivoting frames with transparent “pillow” panes encloses the stadium at both ends, allowing for control over openings to help channel natural breezes and provide a picture perfect view to the downtown skyline.
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fast tracK ProJects
The majority of HKS projects are completed under a “fast track” approach – also known as accelerated project delivery. Our previous project large Sports and Entertainment experience, management systems and trained personnel allows us to successfully implement the necessary strategies to successfully and efficiently deliver the new Minnesota Multipurpose Stadium within this project approach. Success with an accelerated, or fast tracked, project depends upon a coordinated construction program. This relies heavily on the preconstruction activities of the entire project team, consisting of the owner, HKS, the construction manager and major subcontractors. The key to managing a fast track project is bidding work and starting construction while the design continues to be developed. utilities, structural systems and long-lead items can be completely designed and bid in early packages, while interiors and other disciplines are still in the development stage. Consideration must be given to combining the bid packages of the same systems of multiple phases into larger packages where the economies of scale can provide cost savings. Effective management of multiple bid packages requires a clear understanding of the construction manager’s subcontractor bidding process. We are proud of our successes in obtaining fair and competitive bids that result in quality construction at a reasonable market value.
HKS successfully delivered 24 design packages for Lucas Oil Stadium on an extreme Fast Track schedule.
buDget & scHeDuLe controL
Our reputation is built on the ability to deliver projects in line with the client’s scope. HKS approaches cost control by formulating a total budget, including construction costs, FF&E, site work, fees, and contingencies. Our approach emphasizes the concept of designing to cost rather than adjusting costs to design or scope control during design. Producing designs within requested cost parameters has established HKS as an industry leader. We use proven, historic project cost data during the design process combined with a proactive, dynamic cost control approach. We categorize, store and index project type information in our database as it relates to current geographical market conditions. Cost data is compared and updated with our consultants and contractors. At each project phase, costs are reviewed and confirmed alongside historical data. Our cost control process, better known as HKS value management, is a key element of document delivery. Internal design tools such as product specifications, HKS guide sheets and established HKS minimum design standards are used to develop an initial project scope consistent with the client-provided budget.
HKS is the Number One Green Sports & Entertainment Design Firm
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With 337 LEED Accredited Professionals, HKS is a leader in the advancement of sustainable design. utilizing practices and standards of energy conscious and site sensitive design for over 15 years. As of today, the firm’s u.S. Green Building Council’s (uSGBC) Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certified and registered projects total more than 90 million square feet. Our firm has developed a set of guidelines that represents energy efficient and environmentally responsible practices. They are recommended in supporting a sustainable design checklist.
university of North Texas Apogee Stadium Earned LEED Platinum Certification Texas Christian university Amon G. Carter Stadium Seeking LEED Silver Certification. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Earned LEED Gold Certification
buiLDing information moDeLing (bim)
HKS was one of the first architectural firms to extensively use Building Information Modeling (BIM). Today, our firm has more than $1 billion in construction underway using Autodesk revit, a BIM software. revit allows us to explore complex architectural geometry with a realistic and intelligent model that is seamlessly integrated with automatically coordinated construction documents. Simply put, instead of one-dimensional drawings or 2D AutoCAD files, BIM’s 3D approach allows the owner and building team to see how the pieces of their project – from its three-story atrium to its door frames - fit together in real time. Architects, engineers and contractors are seeing the benefits of revit. If implemented properly, the program has been known to cut down the coordination of drawing time, minimize reference number mistakes and leave more room for design in our budgets. Communications of the interior and exterior design intent with clients is also greatly improved – creating a win/win situation for all involved.
Every project encounters some level of dispute at one point or another, and all of the projects shown have had at least a modicum of discussion related to “conflict.” HKS subscribes to the belief that healthy debate can and will lead to a better solution. The important issue to keep in mind, and the method that we apply is to keep discussions and exchanges professional, and not personal – and in the event there is misunderstanding or disagreement, to be able to pull back and refocus.
During our 73-year history, HKS has been involved in formal mediation, arbitration and litigation. However, all of the disputes have been resolved well within the limits of professional liability coverage. We have never failed to complete any work due to claims or suits.
biLLings & sPorts worKLoaD
In 2011, HKS billed $211 million, of which Sports & Entertainment projects constituted 8% of billings. Workload for the HKS Sports & Entertainment Group from 2013-2016 consists of the following projects: • • • • Detroit Red Wings Event Center Virginia Military Institute Indoor Training Facility Birmingham Barons Regions Field Louisiana State university Tiger Stadium • Copenhagen Arena • Dallas Baptist university Baseball • Top Golf Complexes
firm orGanization & emPloyees
HKS operates from 29 worldwide offices. Our project experience includes corporate headquarters, office buildings, healthcare facilities, sports facilities, hotels and resorts, banks, government and aviation facilities, religious, public buildings, multi-family housing, educational facilities, science and technology, retail and industrial projects located in 1,178 cities located in 77 countries. Of HKS’ 896 staff members worldwide, 65 comprise our Sports & Entertainment practice, which is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. HKs, inc. 1919 mcKinney avenue Dallas, texas 75201 HKS is committed to its workforce and the continuing learning of its worldwide staff – from principals to interns. Its development programs are designed to attract, promote and retain a diverse, multi-generational workforce. HKS’s leaders have created a diversified, highly-successful architectural practice. The firm’s workforce is both culturally and ethnically diverse, reflecting the population surrounding our geographic offices. With a workforce fluent in more than 22 languages, we are able to serve a culturally diverse clientele. HKS seeks out talent without regard to ethnicity, gender or religion.
A four-person executive committee of H. Ralph Hawkins, FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP, chairman and CEO; Nunzio M. DeSantis, FAIA, LEED AP, executive vice president; Craig Beale, FAIA, FACHA, FACHE, LEED AP, executive vice president; and Dan H. Noble, FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP, executive vice president manages the firm. Principals include: Edward Abeyta, AIA Danny P. Babin, AIA Noel Barrick, AIA C. Carl Beers, AIA Robert E. Booth, AIA Thomas D. Briggs, AIA Lorenzo Castillo, AIA E Davis Chauviere, AIA Guarav Chopra, IIA Matthew T. Clear, AIA Douglas Compton, AIA Melanie M. Cornell Robert E. Hinton, AIA Kerry J. Hogue, AIA Thomas R. Holt, AIA Scott B. Hunter, AIA John M. Hutchings, AIA Paul Hyett, PPRIBA Steven G. Jacobson, AIA Daniel L. Jeakins, AIA Jeffrey K. Jensen, AIA Richard D. Johnston, AIA J. Mark Jones, AIA Michael H. Kim, AIA Kirk J. Krueger, AIA Richard A Lee, AIA Larry D. LeMaster, AIA Alexander G. Ling, AIA Robert T. Martineck, AIA Owen E. McCrory, AIA Brian D. McFarlane, AIA WC “Chuck” Means, AIA Michael Meneffee, AIA Norman T. Morgan, Jr., AIA Alan Palmer, RIBA Ana Pinto-Alexander, IIDA David E. Prusha, AIA Frederic D. Roberts, AIA Ricardo Rondon Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA Joseph G. Sprague, FAIA Morris Stein, AIA Craig R. Stockwell, AIA Jeffrey Stouffer, AIA B. Kirk Teske, AIA Bryan K. Trubey, AIA Jeffrey D. Vandersall, AIA Jim L. Whitaker, AIA Mark A. Williams, AIA R. Craig Williams, AIA, Esq.
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E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT
E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE $ 1,000,000 E.L. DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT $ 1,000,000 08/19/2011 08/19/2012 $9,385,000 Blanket All Locations
$10,000,000 Per Claim $10,000,000 Annual Aggregate
DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES / EXCLUSIONS ADDED BY ENDORSEMENT / SPECIAL PROVISIONS
The claims made professional liability coverage is the total aggregate limit for all claims presented within the policy period and is subject to a deductible. *HKS Inc. of Nevada; HKS Architects (A Professional Architectural Corporation); HKS Arquitectos, S. de R.L. de C.V.; RyderHKS International Limited, HKS Architecture, Limited, a Macau S.A.R. limited liability company; Eduardo S. Egea; HKS Architects, P.S.C.
10 Days for Non-Payment
SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING INSURER WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL
"To Whom It May Concern"
SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS.
NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO DO SO SHALL IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY OF ANY KIND UPON THE INSURER, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
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fees & scHeDule
BrEAKDOWN OF PrOPOSED FEE By PHASE 1. Concept Design 2. Schematic Design 3. Design Development 4. Construction Documents/Bid and Award 5. Construction Administration 6. Post-Construction TOTAL PrOPOSED FEE BrEAKDOWN OF PrOPOSED FEE By DISCIPLINE 1. Architecture 2. Landscape Architecture 3. Civil Engineering 4. Structural Engineering 5. Mechanical Engineering 6. Electrical Engineering 7. Plumbing & Fire Protection Engineering 8. ADA Design 9. Audio, video, Communications & IT Design 10. Acoustic Design 11. Branding and Theming 12. BIM for All Phases of Design 13. Code Compliance 14. Experiential Graphics 15. Facade and Window Wall Consultant 16. Fall Arrest Design and Envelope Maintenance 17. Concessions, Merchandising and Catering Services 18. Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) Design 19. Interior Design 20. Energy Modeling, Building Analysis, Commissioning 21. LEED/Green Globes Certified Design 22. Specialty LIghting 23. vertical Transportation Design and Engineering 24. Traffic and Pedestrian Engineering 25. Wayfinding and Signage 26. Telecom, High Density WIFI and Neutral Host DAS 27. Security 28. Wind TOTAL PrOPOSED FEE TOTAL PrOJECTED rEIMBUrSABLE ExPENSES AMOUNT $1,878,031 $5,056,450 $8,373,867 $11,108,195 $7,332,435 $163,216 $33,917,194 AMOUNT $16,250,000 $720,000 $880,000 $5,600,000 $1,430,000 $1,282,500 $937,500 $87,500 $642,900 $66,975 $390,00 INCLUDED $247,500 $190,000 $218,500 $75,400 $471,600 $204,000 $2,045,000 $821,600 $100,000 $200,000 $113,320 $92,824 $250,000 $217,775 $68,300 $314,000 $33,917,194 $1,922,800
DEDUCT ALTErNATES A. Team Store B. Hall of Fame C. Team Restaurant DEDuCT $65,000 DEDuCT $120,000 DEDuCT $140,000
ADDENDA ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We acknowledge the receipt of addenda as follows: • Addendum 1 - August 21, 2012 • Addendum 2 - August 24, 2012 • Addendum 3 - August 28, 2012 • Addendum 4 - August 28, 2012 undersigned has examined the Proposal Documents dated August 10, 2012 and associated addenda. We agree, if this proposal is accepted, to execute a contract for the work involved. We have sufficient personnel and agree to complete the work on or before the dates indicated in the specifications. The MFSA and Minnesota Vikings reserves the right to reject proposals and to waive irregularities therein. It is agreed this Proposal may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after day of Proposal opening. Proposer Name Address HKS, Inc. 1919 McKinney Avenue Dallas, Texas 75201
Submitted By Title Date
Mark Williams, AIA Principal & Senior Vice President August 30, 2012
ALTErNATE FEES Architectural On Site representative (full time, 36 months) MEP/FP On Site representative (full time, 24 months) Structural On Site representative (full time, 18 months) roof & Wall Mechanization (Concept through 50% DD only) roof & Wall Mechanization (Concept through Post Construction) Demographic Analysis for Premium Product
AMOUNT $540,000 $380,000 $450,000 $567,000 $2,400,000 $295,000
A detailed design schedule has been provided at the back of this document.
minnesota Human riGHts form
BOX B – For companies which have not had more than 40 full-time employees in Minnesota but have employed more than 40 full-time employees on any single working day during the previous 12 months in the state where they have their primary place of business You may achieve compliance with the Minnesota Human Rights Act by certifying that you are in compliance with applicable Federal Affirmative Action requirements.
Check one of the following statements if you have not employed more than 40 full-time employees in Minnesota but you have employed more than 40 full-time employees on any single working day during the previous 12 months in the state where you have your primary place of business: We are not subject to Federal Affirmative Action requirements. Proceed to BOX D. x We are subject to Federal Affirmative Action requirements, and we are in compliance with those requirements. Proceed to BOX D.
BOX C – For those companies not described in BOX A or BOX B Check below. You are not subject to the Minnesota Human Rights Act certification requirement. We have not employed more than 40 full-time employees on any single working day in Minnesota or in the state of our primary place of business within the previous 12 months. Proceed to BOX D
BOX D – For all companies By signing this statement, you certify that the information provided is accurate and that you are authorized to sign on behalf of the responder. Name of Company: HKS, Inc. Authorized Signature: Printed Name: Mark Williams, AIA Date: 8/30/12
Title: Principal & Senior Vice President
For further information regarding Minnesota Human Rights Act requirements, contact: Minnesota Department of Human Rights, Compliance Services Section Mail: 190 East 5th Street, Suite 700 Metro: (651) 296-5663 St. Paul, MN 55101 Toll Free: 800-657-3704 Website: www.humanrights.state.mn.us Fax: (651) 296-9042 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org TTY: (651) 296-1283
Affirmative Action Data Page Revised 8/02 – MDHR Page 2 of 2
non collusion statement
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