Prequalification Program

Request for Qualifications of Subcontractor Services

RWJBarnabas Health is involved in the projects described below.*, **

If you are interested in being considered for subcontractor services in any of the following areas and assist on any of these construction projects, please complete and submit an application as described below:

  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Interiors
  • Carpentry
  • Low Voltage Systems

Application Form

Please email a completed questionnaire and attachments to Brittany Hatcher, RWJBH Facilities Department Office Manager at:

**Please ensure that you have reduced file size as much as possible prior to sending. A submission larger than 5MB cannot be accepted.

* As part of its ongoing commitment to social impact and community investment, RWJBarnabas Health encourages certified local and diverse owned businesses, small businesses, minority businesses, women’s business enterprises, to work with RWJBarnabas Health and its facilities.

** Actual solicitations for these opportunities to follow separately.

Current Projects

Vogel Medical Campus Cancer & Ambulatory Care Pavilion, Tinton Falls, NJ

The Vogel Medical Campus Cancer & Ambulatory Care Pavilion is a 150,000+/- square feet outpatient facility located on a 32+/- acre land parcel at the intersection of Corregidor & Pearl Harbor roads in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. The building will be a 5-story structure with partial basement. It will have approximately 710 surface parking spaces, and the main site access will be from Pearl Harbor with a service road from Corregidor. The building will contain the main lobby and Radiation Oncology on the first floor. The second floor will a have an Imaging Center. The third floor is an Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC). The fourth floor will be a Cancer Clinic, and the fifth floor will be an Infusion Center with Pharmacy.

Cancer Center, Livingston, NJ

RWJBarnabas Health is initiating a project on their Livingston campus to construct a new comprehensive outpatient cancer center. This project consists of a new free-standing five (5) level comprehensive outpatient Cancer Center (Building) of 137,225 gross building area, attached structured parking garage for 437 vehicles, and site improvements on the Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center campus in Livingston, New Jersey. The site development for the project has been reviewed and approved by the local and state governing bodies and at this time and we are well into construction of the site/civil/foundation portions of the work.

The scope of work to be completed includes:

  • The ground floor consists of the Radiation Oncology program which includes Radiation Therapy and Outpatient Clinical services.
  • The first floor consists of the Public Lobby, Wellness Services, Specialty Services, and Food Services. This floor also consists of the Outpatient Pharmacy as well as the Lab, Blood Draw, and Pre-Surgery services.
  • The second floor consists of Specialty Clinics as well as supporting staff workspaces and offices.
  • The third floor consists of the Infusion program which includes both a Short Stay and Extended Stay program. This floor also consists of the Infusion Production Pharmacy.
  • The fourth floor consists of Diagnostic Imaging, Clinical Trials, as well as a shared, Central Conference room. Both the Central Conferencing space and Public Waiting area have access to the adjacent rooftop garden.

Facility Master Plan (Phase 1), Toms River, NJ

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Community Medical Center (CMC) is a multi-specialty acute care teaching hospital with 592 licensed beds in Toms River, New Jersey. CMC completed a three-year Facility Master Plan (FMP) in 2021 with a vision for the long-term future of the campus. The FMP includes four major components: a new Visitor Parking Garage (VPG), a new Central Utility Plant (CUP), a major Expansion (EXPN) and a series of Backfill Alterations (BKFL) in the existing Hospital. Each of these Components are in a different stage of implementation in conjunction with the long-term phased implementation plan.

The VPG is a replacement open-structured precast parking facility designed as 278,420 square feet with six levels of parking of Construction Type IIB, Use Group S-2. The facility will have 700 parking spaces to accommodate patients and visitors as well as dedicated physician parking. This Component of the FMP is currently under construction for enabling scope to create a Temporary Parking Lot and Demolition of the current VPG on campus. Reconfiguration of the mid-section of the campus site is required to construct the VPG including roadway and walkway adjustments, direct-buried utilities connecting to the future CUP, and creation of a surface parking lot once the VPG is built. In the future, a bridge will be constructed to connect the VPG to the Hospital Expansion’s new Main Entrance. This is in progress and will need MEP trades (possibly others).

The CUP is a new, free-standing facility that will be created to house the long-term replacement of major infrastructure equipment that will serve the energy requirements for the entire campus with expanded redundancy, resiliency and state-of-the-art equipment for improved sustainability in energy resources. Utilities will be distributed from the CUP back to the current Hospital, the forthcoming EXPN and BKFL, the new VPG and any future free-standing medical facility via direct-buried infrastructure. The building will be a two-story structure with a partial basement connected vertically with a freight elevator and of total square feet area at approximately 42,000 situated on the southern portion of campus between the new VPG and the current Employee Parking Garage. The building will be a fully-sprinklered, mixed-use occupancy primarily of Factory Industrial Type F-1 for storage of the infrastructure equipment and a separate Business Occupancy zone of Type B; the entire structure will be of Type 1A Construction. The partial basement will house the fire pump room and elevator pit. The ground floor will house the boiler plant, the chiller plant, a pump room, a day-tank room, and the combined heat and power plant. The upper level will house mechanical equipment rooms, the emergency power plant, and the generator plant. A mezzanine level between the ground floor and upper level will house the business functions for support of plant operations. The rooftop will house the cooling tower plant, boiler plant exhaust stacks, generator plant air intakes, all contained within a structured screening area, and the elevator machine room with rooftop access vestibule. Equipment fit out will be phased over time to coincide with other FMP Components. This work is nearing design completion and ready soon for sub-contractor bids.