ABOUT THE PROJECT

In June 2018, by a 14-1 vote, the Wayne County Commission approved a development agreement with Rock Ventures to build a new $533 million criminal justice center that will provide the County with four state-of-the-art buildings as a solution to its long-stalled Gratiot jail project. As part of the deal, the County will invest $380 million, with Rock covering the remaining costs and any overruns.

 

The agreement, announced in March by Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans, clears the way for three key developments in the city of Detroit: the new criminal justice complex at I-75 and Warren, a new mixed-use development on the site of the failed Gratiot jail, and the potential development of the former American Motors headquarters which was transferred to the City of Detroit by Wayne County in exchange for the new criminal justice center site.

 

The new criminal justice complex is expected to be completed in 2022. This special section of WayneCounty.com is designed to keep residents updated with the latest news, design details, and other important information about this important project.

 

Learn more about the project by visiting the County’s website at: https://www.waynecounty.com/jail/

 

Are you looking to get Wayne County Certified?

Additional Information : Click Here

 

Additional Questions:

Wayne County Human Relations

(313) 224-5021

BUSINESS & WORKFORCE REQUIREMENTS

PROCUREMENT: UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS

The below graphic summarizes our procurement process for each bid package.

Please take a look and remember to register for the project so that you’re always in the know!

CONTRACTORS: GET CONNECTED

Interested in getting connected to bid opportunities?

 

In order to do so, you must register for the project by first completing the project registration form below.

This form gets you added to our interested bidders list so that you can identify potential partners and learn more about the services and products they provide.  You will also be added to our contact list and will receive regular updates on the project, bid package release dates and outreach event information.  Be sure to check your Junk and Spam accounts regularly to make sure you don’t miss out!

Joint Venture and Technical Assistance Resources

 

Do you have joint venture questions?

MCL Jasco will be available to answer any questions, support and review all joint venture agreements

Contact: Tiffany Curry

Email: supportinfo@mcljasco.com

Phone: 313-438-5036

BID PACKAGES

BP 1

1-01 Early Site Work - Barton Malow

1-02 Demolition - Homrich

BP 2

2-01 MEP/Foundation Excavation/ERS/Concrete Foundations & Tunnel/Slab on Grade Concrete/Vapor Intrusion Barrier - Barton Malow

2-02 Waterproofing & Insulation - Dixon

2-03 Elevators - thyssenkrupp

BP 3

3-01 Structural Steel - Barton Malow

3-02 Slab On Grade & Slab on Metal Deck - Barton Malow

3-03 Applied Fireproofing -

3-04 Site Utilities - Barton Malow

BP 4

4-01.01 Roofing

4-01.02 Masonry

4-01.04 Loading Dock Equipment

4-02.05 Frames, Doors, and Hardware

4-02.06 Interior Glazing

4-02.07 Millwork

4-03.08 Hardscapes

4-03.09 Landscaping

4-04.10 Building Specialties

4-04.11 Flooring

4-04.12 Tile/Stone

4-04.13 Painting

4-04.14 Joint Sealants

4-04.15 Painting - CUP/FM

4-04.16 Metal Siding - CUP/FM

4-04.17 Flooring - CUP/FM

 

 

REGISTERED CONTRACTORS

JOBSEEKERS: GET CONNECTED

Interested in learning more about the apprenticeship programs and how to get connected to job opportunities on this project?

 

Please click the link below. Be sure to check your Junk and Spam accounts regularly to make sure you don’t miss out!

Are you a Non Detroit Wayne County Resident seeking additional information such as job support services and pre-apprenticeship training?

 

Please contact:

 Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) - MiWorks!

Please call: 800-285-9675

EVENTS

Bid Package 4 Outreach Schedule

 

 

Open House

Additional Opportunities

 

4-04.15 Painting - CUP/FM

4-04.16 Metal Siding - CUP/FM

4-04.17 Flooring - CUP/FM

 

Friday, September 27th, 2019

1:00pm - 2:30pm

 

Interested in Bidding?

Complete the Interested Bidders Form: Click Here

 

 

 

PAST EVENTS

SHARK TANK ONE ON ONE MEETINGS

Technical Assistance Workshop #1 January 24, 2019 at Focus Hope

 

Technical Assistance Workshop #2 March 27, 2019 at Wayne County Community College - Downriver Campus

 

Technical Assistance Workshop #3 May 15, 2019 at Ford Community & Performing Arts Center

 

 

 

Click here for event presentation

SUBCONTRACTOR ROUNDTABLE MEETING JUNE 18, 2018 We are seeking Demolition Contractors who would be interested in participating on the Wayne County Criminal Justice Complex Project. We’re hosting a roundtable with diverse businesses to identify opportunities to participate, including the potential to partner on bid package 1! This is an invite only event. To be considered, please complete the application using the RVSP button below. Location: Details will be provided to selected companies.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • How do businesses get connected to bid opportunities?

    Please visit the bid opportunities section of this page to register for the project and review our procurement process in the About the Project section.

  • What if I want to Joint Venture?  How do I get more information?

    MCL Jasco will be available to answer any questions, support and review all joint venture agreements

    Contact: Tiffany Curry

    Email: supportinfo@mcljasco.com

    Phone: 313-438-5036

  • Is this going to be a union project?

    Yes.

     

  • Is there a minority (MBE) goal on this project?

    No. However, Barton Malow will make a concerted effort to provide opportunities to qualified MBE and WBE firms over the course of the project.

  • Will smaller firms get a legit shot at winning work - it seems all work in Detroit is going to big subs?

    Barton Malow is making a concerted effort to maximize inclusion of small and disadvantaged businesses on the project through our outreach efforts.  This includes our hosting of contractor roundtables by bid package and allowing companies to contact the team for one-on-one meetings to assess capacity.  In addition, we encourage all prime bidders to contact small and disadvantage businesses by providing a list of companies who have registered for the project. It is important for all interested companies to complete the project registration form for the WCCJC project found on www.bartonmalow.com/outreach.

  • How long will it take to get a job?

    For skilled workers, some jobs start soon. But most jobs will be created in the coming months as construction on the projects move into high gear. As job openings become available, your skills and background will be matched and you will be notified for those jobs for which you qualify.  Please make sure that you start the process today by visiting www.bmctradecareers.com

  • Will Wayne County residents have opportunities to work on the project?

    Yes. Construction starts in 2018. Bedrock Detroit is committed to filling available jobs with skilled Detroit and Wayne County Residents and helping all get the training and education needed to qualify for the construction jobs. You must meet the trade qualifications to start working, so make sure you attend the Ready. Set. Build! Expo or check the website regularly for information.

  • What if I need additional training or education?

    If you are a Non Detroit Wayne County Resident seeking additional information such as job support services and pre-apprenticeship training, please contact: Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) - MiWorks! Please call: 800-285-9675

    Know your Options. Get guidelines for starting your career here: http://www.readysetbuildexpo.com/docs/trades

SHARK TANK ONE ON ONE MEETINGS SUBCONTRACTOR ROUNDTABLE MEETING JUNE 18, 2018 We are seeking Demolition Contractors who would be interested in participating on the Wayne County Criminal Justice Complex Project. We’re hosting a roundtable with diverse businesses to identify opportunities to participate, including the potential to partner on bid package 1! This is an invite only event. To be considered, please complete the application using the RVSP button below. Location: Details will be provided to selected companies.

Wayne County Criminal Justice Complex

 

Are you looking to get Wayne County Certified?

Additional Information : Click Here

 

Additional Questions:

Wayne County Human Relations

(313) 224-5021

BUSINESS & WORKFORCE REQUIREMENTS

PROCUREMENT: UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS

The below graphic summarizes our procurement process for each bid package.

Please take a look and remember to register for the project so that you’re always in the know!

Joint Venture and Technical

Assistance Resources

 

Do you have joint venture questions?

MCL Jasco will be available to answer any questions, support and review all joint venture agreements

Contact: Tiffany Curry

Email: supportinfo@mcljasco.com

Phone: 313-438-5036

BID PACKAGES

BP 1

1-01 Early Site Work - Barton Malow

1-02 Demolition - Homrich

BP 2

2-01 MEP/Foundation Excavation/ERS/           Concrete Foundations & Tunnel/Slab on Grade Concrete/Vapor Intrusion Barrier - Barton Malow

2-02 Waterproofing & Insulation - Dixon

2-03 Elevators - thyssenkrupp

BP 3

3-01 Structural Steel - Barton Malow

3-02 Slab On Grade & Slab on Metal Deck - Barton Malow

3-03 Applied Fireproofing -

3-04 Site Utilities - Barton Malow

BP 4

4-01.01 Roofing

4-01.02 Masonry

4-01.03 Interior Miscellaneous Metals

4-01.04 Loading Dock Equipment

4-02.05 Frames, Doors, and Hardware

4-02.06 Interior Glazing

4-02.07 Millwork

4-02.09 Building Specialties

4-03.10 Flooring

4-03.11 Tile/Stone

4-03.12 Painting

4-03.13 Joint Sealants

4-04.14 Hardscapes

4-04.15 Landscaping

 

 

REGISTERED

CONTRACTORS

Interested in learning more about the apprenticeship programs and how to get connected to job opportunities on this project?

 

Please click the link below. Be sure to check your Junk and Spam accounts regularly to make sure you don’t miss out!

Are you a Non Detroit Wayne County Resident seeking additional information such as job support services and pre-apprenticeship training?

 

Please contact:

 Southeast Michigan Community Alliance

(SEMCA) - MiWorks!

Please call: 800-285-9675

EVENTS

Open House

Additional Opportunities

 

4-04.15 Painting - CUP/FM

4-04.16 Metal Siding - CUP/FM

4-04.17 Flooring - CUP/FM

 

Friday, September 27th, 2019

1:00pm - 2:30pm

 

Interested in Bidding?

Complete the Interested Bidders Form: Click Here

 

 

 

PAST EVENTS

Bid Package 4 Outreach Schedule

 

 

Upcoming Shark Tank Meeting

 

4-04.14 Hardscapes or 4-04.15 Landscaping

 

Meetings Held: Monday, July 29th & Thursday, August 1st

Duration: 20 Minutes

 

You MUST book a time by: COB Wednesday, July 24th

 

 

 

 

Technical Assistance Workshop #1 January 24, 2019 at Focus Hope

 

Technical Assistance Workshop #2 March 27, 2019 at Wayne County Community College - Downriver Campus

 

Technical Assistance Workshop #3 May 15, 2019 at Ford Community & Performing Arts Center

 

 

Click here for event presentation

SUBCONTRACTOR ROUNDTABLE MEETING JUNE 18, 2018 We are seeking Demolition Contractors who would be interested in participating on the Wayne County Criminal Justice Complex Project. We’re hosting a roundtable with diverse businesses to identify opportunities to participate, including the potential to partner on bid package 1! This is an invite only event. To be considered, please complete the application using the RVSP button below. Location: Details will be provided to selected companies.

FAQ

  • How do businesses get connected to bid opportunities?

    Please visit the bid opportunities section of this page to register for the project and review our procurement process in the About the Project section.

  • What if I want to Joint Venture?  How do I get more information?

    MCL Jasco will be available to answer any questions, support and review all joint venture agreements

    Contact: Tiffany Curry

    Email: supportinfo@mcljasco.com

    Phone: 313-438-5036

  • Is this going to be a union project?

    Yes.

     

  • Is there a minority (MBE) goal on this project?

    No. However, Barton Malow will make a concerted effort to provide opportunities to qualified MBE and WBE firms over the course of the project.

  • Will smaller firms get a legit shot at winning work - it seems all work in Detroit is going to big subs?

    Barton Malow is making a concerted effort to maximize inclusion of small and disadvantaged businesses on the project through our outreach efforts.  This includes our hosting of contractor roundtables by bid package and allowing companies to contact the team for one-on-one meetings to assess capacity.  In addition, we encourage all prime bidders to contact small and disadvantage businesses by providing a list of companies who have registered for the project. It is important for all interested companies to complete the project registration form for the WCCJC project found on www.bartonmalow.com/outreach.

  • How long will it take to get a job?

    For skilled workers, some jobs start soon. But most jobs will be created in the coming months as construction on the projects move into high gear. As job openings become available, your skills and background will be matched and you will be notified for those jobs for which you qualify.  Please make sure that you start the process today by visiting www.bmctradecareers.com

  • Will Wayne County residents have opportunities to work on the project?

    Yes. Construction starts in 2018. Bedrock Detroit is committed to filling available jobs with skilled Detroit and Wayne County Residents and helping all get the training and education needed to qualify for the construction jobs. You must meet the trade qualifications to start working, so make sure you attend the Ready. Set. Build! Expo or check the website regularly for information.

  • What if I need additional training or education?

    If you are a Non Detroit Wayne County Resident seeking additional information such as job support services and pre-apprenticeship training, please contact: Southeast Michigan Community Alliance (SEMCA) - MiWorks! Please call: 800-285-9675

    Know your Options. Get guidelines for starting your career here: http://www.readysetbuildexpo.com/docs/trades