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City of Reno, Nevada: RFQ for Mayor’s/McAlinden Park Master Plan

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City of Reno, Nevada: RFQ for Mayor’s/McAlinden Park Master Plan

The City of Reno in Nevada has issued a Request for Qualifications to provide park conceptual design, master planning, public scoping, traffic analysis, and facilitation services to create a Park Master Plan for Mayor’s/McAlinden Parks.

The two parks occupy the same parcel of land which together covers just under 12 acres.

The Mayor’s Park portion is two softball fields in the middle of the property, used by a number of baseball and softball leagues, as well as for football practice.

The rest of the site is undeveloped and there is no current master plan in place.

The scope of work is in two phases.

Phase One: Park Master Plan and Construction Cost Estimate.

This will involve evaluating the current conditions of the sites, and working with the community to prepare a written plan with illustrations and probable construction cost estimate. The project is expected to be constructed in phases as funding becomes available.

Phase Two: Construction Documents and Bidding Support.

Once Phase One has been successfully completed and the plan adopted, the intention is to retain the same firm to provide construction documents and bidding support for the initial phase of construction.

Deadline for responses is 3:00 p.m. on August 15, 2017.

Download the relevant documents here

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