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801 SD Comm. College District
PUBLISHED: Tuesday May 13, 2003


PUBLIC NOTICE
The San Diego Community
College District
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The San Diego Community College District, (SDCCD) is soliciting submittals from Architects, Engineers and Land-Acquisition consultants relative to the implementation of a portion of projects included in San Diego County Proposition "S". Separate proposals are required for each project. The projects are categorized and named as follows:
A) Architecture (including site review, planning and environmental):
San Diego City College
Campus Site Design & Environmental Review & Demolish/Construct "S " Building
Project I-5, II-2,3
San Diego Miramar College Campus Design & Environmental Review
& Library/Learning Resources Center
Project I-1, I-6
San Diego Educational Cultural ComplexProject I-1
West City Center/Point Loma CampusProject III-1
B) Engineering
San Diego Mesa College
Cogeneration
Project IV-5
San Diego Miramar College
Cogeneration
Project II-5
C) Property Acquisition (including compliance with California Education Code requirements)
San Diego City College
Land
Project I-4
San Diego Educational Cultural ComplexLand
Project I-1
San Diego Centre City Center/Cesar Chavez Campus Land
Project IV ? 1,2
District Service Center
Land
Project VII-1
Each submittal should be accompanied by a Project Application Cover Sheet that can be found at the District website under the Prop "S" link or by calling the Facilities Management department of the District at (619) 388-6546.
The submittal should be delivered to the Assistant Chancellor, Facilities Management, SDCCD, 3375 Camino del Rio South, Suite 310, San Diego, CA 92108, by 5 o?clock p.m. on May 30, 2003.
The District will review the Statement of Qualifications and, based upon professional qualifications, demonstrated competence, and fair and reasonable prices, will select a number of the most highly qualified firms for further discussions or interviews. (District employees who have a financial or business interest with a firm will not be allowed to participate in the selection process.) The District will rank the firms and then attempt to negotiate a contract with the firm considered to be the most highly qualified. If the District is unable to negotiate a satisfactory contract with the most qualified firm, it will undertake negotiations with the second most qualified. This process of negotiating with firms in the order of their qualifications will continue until a satisfactory contract has been negotiated. Consultants shall not be in violation of state laws regarding political contributions, conflicts of interest or unlawful activities.
Pub. May 13-k108250




801 SD Comm. College District
PUBLISHED: Tuesday May 13, 2003


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