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|Project Name||Atkins Library Study|
|Type of Services||Architectural/Engineering|
|Project Manager||Chris Gilbert|
|Phone Number||(704) 687-0509|
|Project Description||One-Two Sentences|
1. Review of past studies including data from the 2010 Master Plan -Review of prior facilities conditions assessments with update by the consultants (including estimates of probable costs) 2.Review of current conditions Collections space -Projected flow of new-to-collection, non-digital materials (books, journals, manuscripts, photographs, -Quantity, extent, and type of material appropriate for discard -Quantity, extent, and type of material for conventional stack storage -Quantity, extent, and type of materials for alternative storage Student/public space utilization -Review of Ethnography Project data on library use -Service Points -Staff spaces -Configuration of library staff offices to co-locate staff and units -Review workflow efficiency re: collections, service points, interdepartmental work -Non-library building use -Review of plans relating to current Atkins Library tenants: Career Services, Counseling, ITS, Broadcast Communication -Review of potential for future tenants 3. Review of Projected needs -Review of the vision/ program ideas currently held by the Atkins Library leadership with input/ ideas/ examples of best practices from recent library projects provided by the consultant's team. -Building infrastructure needs such as elevators, electricity, leaky roof. -Review of anticipated library staffing, collections, service, and student space needs forward to10 years in the future. -Programming effort based on these discussions. Modern library functions and how vacated stack space could begin to accommodate new program space.
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Proposals are due by 2pm 3/6. There will be a mandatory pre-proposal meeting to be held at 1:30 pm on Monday, February 24, 2014 in Cone Center, Room 112. Submit to: Laurie Manderino University of North Carolina at Charlotte Facilities Planning Facilities Management/Police Building #55, Room 222 9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223
In order to offer architectural or engineering services in response to this solicitation, the proposer must be licensed in the State of North Carolina.