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Eastern Illinois University
RFI #KR017307

Request for Information: Masonry Repair Design

First published Wednesday August 28, 2002
Sealed responses will be accepted at the address below until 2:00 PM, Friday September 27, 2002:
Purchasing Department
1135 Old Main
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, IL 61920-3099

The Board of Trustees of Eastern Illinois University requests submission of qualifications from interested engineers/architects to design the Masonry Repair for the Physical Science building on the campus of Eastern Illinois University. Work will include the investigation and design of masonry repairs including expansion joints, tuckpointing, and lintel repairs. The construction budget for this project is approximately $280,000 and will be provided by the Capital Development Board.

The successful design firm will consist of experienced and talented engineers/architects knowledgeable in masonry repairs to buildings eligible for historic lists. The University will use a structured process to select the design firm as well as oversee the design effort.

The University will begin evaluating submissions from interested design firms on September 30, 2002, with the intent to select a firm by October 28, 2002. Submit two copies of requested Statement of Qualifications to QBS Committee, Facilities Planning and Management, Eastern Illinois University, 600 E. Lincoln Ave., Charleston, IL 61920-3099. Questions regarding details of the project may be directed to Stephen Shrake, Manager, Design and Construction, 217-581-3520.

(Submitted by Jeff Cooley, State Purchasing Officer.)

For additional information, contact:
Kay McElwee
1135 Old Main
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, IL 61920-3099
Phone: (217) 581-7268
FAX: (217) 581-6015
E-Mail: kemcelwee@eiu.edu

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