Seminole County Developments

Seminole County seeks CEI service firm & architects for future schools

Dr. Walt Griffin, Superintendent of Seminole County Schools, visits students in an Introduction to Healthcare class at Seminole High School on the first day of school in August 2017.

Seminole County is looking to hire consultants to oversee the widening of key roadways and lead the architecture of future schools, according to separate public bid announcements published this week.

The Seminole County School Board is seeking architectural firms for a continuing services contract to offer both design and contract administration services for work on schools across the county.


Projects will not exceed $2 million in budget. The chosen applicants will be contracted for an initial term of 36 months, with an option to extend for another 24 months.

Seminole County is growing, with a population estimated at 462,659 in July 2017, up 9.4 percent from the official count in 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Of those, an estimated 21 percent were age 18 or younger.


A voluntary pre-submittal conference will be held on June 6, 9 a.m. at the SCPS Educational Support Center in Sanford.

Applications for the school board's continuing contract for architectural services are due by June 20 to the county's Educational Support Center in Sanford.

Full documents for that RFQ no. 17180091RFQ-YD can be found at the school board's Procurement Department webpage.

And separately, Seminole County is seeking a consultant to provide construction, engineering and inspection (CEI) services for its widening projects for New Oxford Road and U.S. 17-92 at the Five Points Operations Complex, where it is separately planning redevelopment to consolidate county offices.

The agreement would have a five-year term. Applications for the county's CEI Services contract are due by June 20 to the county's Purchasing & Contracts office in Sanford.

Full documents for that RPS no. PS-1920-18/RTB can be found at the county's Purchasing Division webpage.

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