Lake County is looking to hire one or more landscape architecture firms for continuing service contracts, according to a Request for Statements of Qualifications (RSQ) issued this week.

The continuing services contract could be offered to one or more firms for on-call services on an as-required basis, for projects not exceeding $2 million in construction costs or $200,000 for study activities.


Types of contract work that can be expected from the city for landscape architects include facilitating the planning concept, study, design, development and management of parks and facilities for a recreation system that includes environmental lands, trails and other recreational opportunities.

Learn what the county wants in its design and construction services providers for a project estimated at $5 million.

Specialized work may include master planning and designing sustainable parks, implementing green infrastructure, site preservation, restoration, land management, water conservation technologies, and best management practicies for using green infrastructure technology on public properties.

The initial contract term will be 12 months, with the county holding an option to renew for up to two more years.

Applications are due Nov. 1 at 3 p.m., to be delivered in person or by mail to the Lake County Procurement Services Division in Leesburg.

Full documents for RSQ no. 18-0005 can be found through the Procurement Services webpage.

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