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Architectural And Engineering Services For Clary Middle And Expeditionary Learning Middle Schools Of Phase Ii Of The Syracuse Cooperative School Reconstruction.

Tenders are invited for Architectural and Engineering Services for Clary Middle and Expeditionary Learning Middle Schools of Phase II of the Syracuse Cooperative School Reconstruction

Request for Proposal for Architectural and Engineering Services for Clary Middle and Expeditionary Learning Middle Schools of Phase II of the Syracuse Cooperative School Reconstruction Act Advertisement

The RFP for Architectural and Engineering Services for Clary Middle and Expeditionary Learning Middle Schools of Phase II of the Syracuse Cooperative School Reconstruction Act is part of Phase II of the JSCBs school renovation program which is authorized by New York State (See Chapter 58 A-4 of the laws of 2006, as amended by Chapter 459 of the Laws of 2013) to renovate 15 SCSD school facilities. The Joint Schools Construction Board (JSCB) plans to award one contract for both of the above referenced schools as they share a campus.

Major organization : CITY OF SYRACUSE

Address : Main Entrance of Clary Middle School,

100 Amidon Drive,

Syracuse, New York 13205

Country :United States

Email : jscb@syrgov.net

Tender notice number : 17-151

Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2017-06-08

Tender documents : T39447281.html

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