Legal Notice from the Coshocton County Port Authority
The Coshocton County Port Authority intends to contract for architectural services in connection with the development of the Coshocton Collaborative. An existing building in downtown Coshocton will be converted to a unique maker space, business incubator, and co-working facility that will promote entrepreneurship and foster economic growth. Firms interested in being considered for a contract to provide the required services should submit a statement of qualifications by 4:00 pm on Friday, July 23, 2021. Statements received after this deadline will not be accepted.
Statements of qualifications should include information regarding the firm’s history; education and experience of owners and key technical personnel who be assigned to this project; the technical expertise of the firm’s current staff; the firm’s experience in planning, design, construction administration and observation of similar projects; staff availability; the firm’s equipment and facilities; experience with U.S. Economic Development Administration requirements and funding programs; references; and any previous work performed for the Coshocton County Port Authority or in Coshocton County.
Statements of Qualifications should be submitted to Tiffany Swigert, Coshocton County Port Authority at email@example.com.
As required by Ohio Revised Code 153,65-73, responding firm’s will be evaluated and ranked in order of their qualifications. Following this evaluation, the Coshocton County Port Authority will enter into contract negotiations with the most highly qualified firm.
The Coshocton Collaborative will be located at 534/538 Main Street and the scope of services will include planning, design, construction administration and observation as well as technical assistance needed to support funding applications to include an application to the U.S. Economic Development Administration and other sources of funding. The estimated total budget for this project is approximately $2.4 Million. The Coshocton County Port Authority anticipates that design will commence upon approval of funding applications in late 2021 or early 2022 and anticipates that construction will take 12 to 18 months to complete following plan approval. CCB: Jul 1, 2021
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