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OPERATE CHILD CARE SERVICES AT #39 UNIVERSITY HOUSES

(contract last updated 08/31/2018)

SCOPE: Contract to oversee additional service contracts for needed services such as sick and back-up childcare, evening care, infant/toddler care and family child care provision, accreditation, and training.  

 

The Contractor shall provide high quality child care services including infant/toddler care, full and part time preschool care, 4K, and summer programming to a minimum of 50 children within the renovated facility at #39 University Houses.

 

Contractor to independently operate child care services at #39 University Houses in conjunction with the overall campus early care and education system at UW Madison.  Contractor shall be responsible for fulfilling all requirements of General Administrative Policy Paper #38 regarding early education and care practices within the UW system. 


CONTRACT # DESCRIPTION
14-3043 OPERATE CHILD CARE SERVICES AT #39 UNIVERSITY HOUSES
CONTRACT ORIGIN: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
UW-Madison
Purchasing Services
21 N Park St, Ste 6101
Madison, WI 53715-1218
UW-Madison users contact:
Dave Brinkmeier
(608) 262-1323 FAX (608) 262-4467
david.brinkmeier@wisc.edu
 

Non-UW-Madison users contact: Vendor Representative

RESTRICTED TO:

UW Madison Office of Child Care and Family Resources  (OCCFR)

COOPERATIVE PURCHASING: NO
CONTRACT TERM:

July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2016, with automatic renewal extensions toJune 30, 2018, unless amended, cancelled or rebid.

EXTENDED TO AUGUST 31, 2018.


Vendor(s)
026007
Bernies Place
39 University Houses
Madison  WI  53705
     
Sales Representative: PHONE #  
Amy Welk 608-263-1725  
E-mail awelk@wisc.edu
  PHONE #  
Ordering/Expediting: 608-263-1725  
Invoice Information: 608-263-1725  
Supplier Diversity Reporting: 608-263-1725  
Commodity Code 952-25
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 39-1357565
F.O.B. "V” F.O.B. SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Terms: N/30
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Pricing Information: Contact agent at (608) 262-1323 or david.brinkmeier@wisc.edu for pricing.

University Responsibilities:

 

1. OCCFR, with the continued support of University Administration and University Housing, shall provide rent-free space and facilities at #39 University Apartments.  This shall include the cost of all utilities (heat, electricity, water, etc.) consumed on the premises, and daily custodial services and routine maintenance.

 

2. OCCFR/University shall provide extermination service for the facility as needed with adequate notice to Contractor.

 

3. OCCFR/University shall provide snow removal for parking lot and lawn trimming through an agreement with University Housing.  Charges for these services shall be covered by the OCCFR.

 

SPECIFICATIONS OF SERVICE

1. SCOPE OF SERVICE:
Contractor shall provide high quality full and part-time infant/toddler care, 4K and wrap around care, summer programming and preschool early education for the children of University students, faculty, and staff who are the parents or legal guardians of children ages 6 weeks through 6 years of age.  Students/faculty/staff entering into care arrangements at the center must fulfill minimum class/employment requirements as outlined in this contract, which shall be enforced at all times by the Contractor. 

 

2. SPACE/LOCATION:
Contractor agrees to lease, furnish and operate the child care program at #39 University Houses.

The total square footage must provide licensable, appropriate space for a total of four classrooms, kitchen, office, and reception area.  The geographic location allows for easy access to the University of Wisconsin—Madison campus for students, faculty and staff.

 

3. HOURS OF OPERATION:
Contractor shall provide a twelve (12) month program.
Contractor shall specify closing dates/holidays and the plan for operation of the center.
Contractor shall close for ONE all campus professional development day in October or March of each year.

 

4. MAINTENANCE:
University shall maintain the facility in good working order and provide a written plan to relate how the operation shall be maintained. 

Contractor shall be responsible for routine maintenance and repair of furniture, equipment, and appliances.  Contractor shall be responsible for the daily cleaning of toys and equipment to meet safety and cleanliness standards.  Contractor is expected to replace these items as age/damage occurs.

 

5. QUALITY:
Contractor shall comply with all requirements within General Administrative Policy #38 (GAPP 38) which outlines standards of care required by campus child care centers within the University system.

 

6. PARKING:
Contractor shall provide parking, at no cost to university families, for the purposes of drop off and pick up children.

 

7. EXPERIENCE:
Contractor must have a minimum of five years’ experience in providing child care as a registered business.
Contractor should describe experience, if any, serving the university population. Preferred contractor has experience in provision of parent services and inclusion, infant/toddler, 4K, preschool and summer programming with full and part day options.

 

8. LICENSURE OR ACCREDITATION:
Providers who have had their child care license or accreditation revoked is ineligible for a contract award.


Revision History

(8/31/18): updated to extend the contract term to August 31, 2018.
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