Current Project Advertisements - September 16, 2014
4-H History & Learning Center - Architecture/Engineer Selection
Cox Hall Renovation - Architecture/Engineer Selection
Reynolds Coliseum -Walk of Fame & Hhistory Wolfpack Art Project-Request of Qualifications
College of Veterinary Medicine Equine Hospital Study -Architectural & Engineering design services
College of Textiles Fire Alarm System Replacement - Design Only
Notification of Open-End Contracts 2014-2016
UNC System Advertisements
4-H History & Learning Center :: NC State University
The North Carolina 4-H History & Learning Center will be a new 4500SF building to be constructed at Millstone 4-H Camp in Richmond County, NC. The multi-purpose one-story building will provide much needed space for summer 4-H camp programs, year-round programs for school groups in 34 surrounding counties, as well as space for use by the NC Cooperative Extension Service and the NC Wildlife Resources Commission.
A Pre-submittal Meeting will be held on September 25, 2014, at 9:00-10:00 am in Room 301, Admin III Building, 2701 Sullivan Drive, Raleigh, NC 27695 on the NC State campus. Attendance is encouraged but not mandatory.
Closing Date: 5:00 pm, October 6, 2014
Download the complete project description here: 4hHistoryandLearning
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Cox Hall Renovations-Architecture/Engineer Selection :: NC State University
This project renovates the first floor and a portion of the third floor of Cox Hall from office space into SCALE-UP and “110” classroom. The project will also include upgrades to the mechanical systems, toilet rooms, and student study space.
The Advanced Planning budget of $25,000 (SD/DD) incorporates design and publication costs. Design services include: scoping and programming effort; schematic and design development documents; and preliminary cost of work estimate and schedule.
Closing Date: October 6, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
Download the complete project description here: CoxHallRenovations
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Reynolds Coliseum-Walk of Fame & History Wolfpack Art Project-Request for Qualifications :: NC State University
NC State University is seeking proposals from artists/teams to create a themed Wolfpack art installation in Reynolds Coliseum. The university is commissioning the art installation of the Wolfpack, integrated into the stairway between the ground and mezzanine level as part of the new Walk of Fame and History exhibit. The concept of the art installation of the Wolfpack is to illustrate the attributes of the pack, that live, feed, and travel as a family group. The art installation should represent the strength, confidence, pride, courage, spirit, and passion of NC State Athletics. The installation may provide interaction with visitors when they ascend the stairs. The project budget of $100,000.00 is inclusive of travel, research, design, fabrication, installation, insurance, taxes, site preparation, and any modifications to the existing site proposed by the artist(s).
Deadline for Submission of Qualifications: 5:00 p.m., October 15, 2014
Download the complete project description here: WalkofFame
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CVM Equine Hospital Study-Architectural & Eng design services :: NC State University
Architectural and Engineering design services are required for a study to provide an analysis of the Equine Hospital needs and a strong vision to serve the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) equine program for the next 30 years. It will also complement the Physical Master Plan for the Centennial Biomedical Campus (CBC). The goal is to provide a well-integrated facility with a new and expanded Equine Hospital to accommodate a growing sports medicine program (which encompasses lameness evaluation, rehabilitation, and clean orthopedic surgery facilities) and renovation / repurposing of the existing facility space with adequate biosecurity separation for foal and adult patient intensive care unit, restriction and isolation facilities. There is a small a food animal program as well.
Deliverables are to include a study/programming report with: project visioning; a scoping and programming effort; site analysis and site planning; concept development with blocking diagrams; a plumbing, mechanical and electrical system assessment for providing conditioned space in the existing area; a preliminary project cost estimate and schedule; and presentation-quality marketing materials for fundraising purposes.
The selected firm may be retained through full design and construction at the University's option.
Project Budget: $125,000 for the study. Total project budget to be determined.
Closing Date: September 30, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
Download the complete project description here: CVMEquineStudy
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College of Textiles Fire Alarm System Replacement Design Only :: NC State University
Replacement of the fire alarm system in the College of Textiles, a four story building, constructed in 1991, having approximately 304,000 sf of which 207,000 sf are assignable for classrooms, lecture halls, labs and offices. The building will be occupied during construction.
Design of new analog addressable fire alarm system, interfaced with existing NC State University campus fire alarm monitoring system, supporting one way voice instructions as part of campus mass notification system. At this time the, the project is funded through design only, with a design project budget of $100,000, one hundred thousand dollars is for design only. Electrical design services include fire alarm system, power for fire alarm components, signal interaction with campus monitoring system and construction administration.
Download the complete project description here: COTFireAlarmReplacement
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Notification of Open-End Contracts 2014-2016 :: NC State University
On behalf of the Selection Committee, we would like to extend thanks for your firm's interest, and appreciate the time you spent in preparing your submission.
The NC State Board Of Trustees Buildings and Properties Committee has approved the list of firms to offer professional services on an as-needed basis for NC State University. The complete list can be viewed below.
Download the complete project description here: Open-End Contracts 14-16
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