North Carolina State University (NCSU) says it is seeking qualification statements from general contractors for Varsity Research Building renovations on NC State’s South Campus precinct.
The RFQ documentation must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Oct. 3.
“This projects renovates approximately 15,380 gross sq. ft. in the Varsity Research Building to accommodate office and lab requirements for plant pathology,” the university notice says. “The project will convert office space in Modules 6 and 7 into a mix of office and lab space. Portions of the lab space in Modules 2 and 3 will also be renovated.”
To qualify, the contractor must have a general contractor’s license in the State of North Carolina as well as applicable bonding requirements. The contractor must show comparable work experience, both in complexity and dollar value, and preferably in a university campus environment, to the scope of work outlined above.
To be considered, the contractor must obtain an application package from NCSU project manager David Hammock and submit the sealed, fully completed qualification document to him by the deadline in paper (non-electronic) format, NCSU says.
A 2015 document inviting architectural architectural and engineering design services indicated the project has a $2.9 million budget.
Image: Varsity Research Building (from NCSU)