Request for Qualifications ~ Police Department
The City of Boiling Spring Lakes (City) is the Owner of 3020 George II Highway and is soliciting proposals from qualified design-build teams interested in providing professional design and construction services for the Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department Project. The City purchased an existing 2,617 SF “Class B” one-story former bank/office building on a 1.66-acre commercial property with the intention of renovating it and adding approximately 2,000 SF–2,500 SF to accommodate the police department.
The lead Design-Builder will be expected to provide concurrent design and construction turnkey activities for this project resulting in a finished, fully usable facility that satisfies all project requirements and contract terms. The Design-Builder, as the sole responsible source for total project compliance and construction related performance (including architectural programming, design, and construction services) will hold all design professionals, testing services (with the exception of Special Inspections by Owner), trade contractors and trade supplier contracts.
Applications and requests for clarification (RFCs) related to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) shall be received by the City Representative below by 2:00 PM on the respective due dates listed in the Qualification Schedule below. Applications received after this time will be considered nonresponsive and will not be opened. Only printed Applications will be accepted – no fax or email copies will be considered. Requests for clarifications can be sent via email.
Jeffrey E. Repp, City Manager
City of Boiling Spring Lakes
9 E. Boiling Spring Road
Southport, NC 28461
The Boiling Spring Lakes City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals; to waive minor irregularities in the RFQ process or in the submittals; to re-advertise this RFQ; to postpone or cancel this process; select and procure parts of services; and to change or modify the RFQ scope or schedule at any time. This RFQ does not obligate the City to pay any cost incurred by respondents in the preparation and submission of a response, nor does it obligate the City to accept or contractfor any expressed or implied services. This RFQ will in no manner be construed as a commitment on the part of the City to award a contract.
Mr. Jeffrey E. Repp
Request for Proposals
Request for Bids