Designer Solicitations

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 Institution East Carolina University 
 Institution URL for Additional
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 Project Name Tennis Courts 
 Type of Services Architectural 
 Project Manager Bill Chatfield 
 Phone Number (252) 916-9791 
 Contact Email 
 Closing Date 01/23/2014 
 Project Budget 
 Project Description One-Two Sentences
The ECU Department of Athletics varsity tennis courts are in need of repair and there is a need to increase the number of courts. There may be some advantages to taking the old courts up and creating a new alignment with potentially more courts,and there also may be some advantages to abandoning the current site and locating new courts on another site. East Carolina University seeks the services of an experienced designer to study the needs and the available resources to create options for selection by the Department of Athletics. Current project authorization is for advance planning only. The selected firm may be retained through full design and construction at the University's option. In accordance with our qualifications-based selection system,designers are expected to make no contact with our University staff,faculty or trustees at this stage of the selection process. All questions should be directed to the attention of this office. East Carolina University encourages participation by MWBE firms and supports UNC sysytem's policy of ensuring and promoting opportunities for Historically Underutilized Businesses. Thank you for your interest in East Carolina University.
 Submit Letters of Interest
and Current SF-330 to:
 (Contact Person, Name of Institution & Address)
Interested firms should submit four(4) copies of your letter of interest and four (4) copies of your current SF-330 to the following address by January 23: Bill Chatfield East Carolina University Facilities Engineering & Architectural Services 1001 E. Fourth St. Greenville, North Carolina 27858

In order to offer architectural or engineering services in response to this solicitation, the proposer must be licensed in the State of North Carolina.