Project Title: Recreation Building Feasibility Study, Taholah, Washington
Post Requested by: Quinault Indian Nation
Type of Posting: Request for Statements of Qualifications
Bid Closing: February 17, 2015
Description of the Project:
The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) is seeking an Architectural/Engineering Design firm or team to prepare a feasibility study for recreation building to house a swimming pool, gymnasium, exercise/fitness rooms, showers and changing rooms, staff offices, and meeting rooms. This is one of the first of many projects to relocate the Village of Taholah beyond the tsunami zone.
QIN is seeking Statements of Qualifications from an architecture/engineering firm or team of firms to provide a Feasibility Study for a recreation building. The Feasibility Study Team shall include input from architects, civil, structural and mechanical engineers and aquatic systems designers and providers. All members of the feasibility study Team shall have had experience in the design and development of recreation buildings and/or aquatic facilities. Experienced cost estimators and input from operations and maintenance personnel for aquatic facilities should also be included on the team. Preference will be given to qualified Native American Firms. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the Request for Qualifications. SOQ’s are due February 17, 2015.
Point of Contact:
Quinault Indian Nation
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