The new Applied Research Center construction, comprising approximately 85,100 gross square feet (GSF), will be located and connect to the south causeway of the existing Innovation Science and Technology Building. The proposed project will include research laboratories, training/meeting, and research support offices. Anticipated Concept programming will include the following: o Research Laboratories – comprising approx. 64.0 percent of the building o Research Support Offices and Conference Rooms – comprising 31.3 percent of the building o Study and Student Support – comprising 4.7 percent of the building.

RFQ 16-028 ARC DOB Cover
RFQ 16-028 ARC DOB Body
Attachment A DOB
Attachment B Instructions and General Conditions DOB
Attachment C Design Professional (CM) DOB
Attachment D Insurance DOB 
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Attachment E2 References DOB
Attachment E3 Sub-consultants DOB
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Pre-submittal
Addendum No. 1
Addendum No. 2
Respondents List
Top 5 Firms
RFQ 16-028 Firm Scoring Results
Selection Interview Evaluation Summary Committee Results
Intent to Award 16-028 – June 2 ,2017

Public Meeting Notice

  1. Evaluation Committee Meeting
    Request for Qualifications: RFQ 16-028 Design Services for Applied Research Center
    Selection Process Discussion From Presentations
    Date: Wednesday, May 24, 2017
    Time: 3:00 pm 
    Location: 
    Florida Polytechnic University. 4700 Research Way. Lakeland, FL 33805
    Wellness Center Room 1146 C

    Conference call number1-888-670-3525
    Participant code: 2284873714

 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT & CLARIFICATION

Participating vendors and members of the public may have seen a rendering on Florida Poly’s social media sites recently with the label “Applied Research Center.” This rendering was created before the opening of this RFQ as a general, artistic concept to help communicate the University’s vision for the Applied Research Center to a wide range of audiences (e.g., its placement on campus in proximity to the IST Building, intended usage, possible features, etc.). It is meant to be an inspirational concept and not an official or suggested rendering of the ultimate structure. The final design for the building will be created by the firm selected under this solicitation process.