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Black Gold Cooperative Library System

Arroyo Grande, CA

Contact: Maureen Theobald


Due Date: January 23, 2018


Seeking consultant to review and revise our cooperative’s contribution formula.

Spokane Public Library

Spokane, WA

Contact: Andrew Chanse

Phone: 509-869-7067


Due Date: January 29, 2018

Exhibit 2: List of Facility Work Completed Since Completion of Facility and Future Study

The Spokane Public Library (hereinafter “Library”) is initiating this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to solicit Proposals from Firms interested in participating on a project to provide PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND SPACE ALLOCATION for six (6) Spokane Library locations.

Of the six locations, one (1) structure will be expanded, one (1) new structure will be constructed and the remaining four (4) locations will have varying degrees of remodel and space reallocation.

Spokane Public Library (SPL) is seeking a qualified engineering consultant or consulting partners to partner with the Library to build upon and complete a 21st century preliminary design and space use proposal for the public.

A Future and Facilities Study was conducted in 2015 and accepted by the Board of Trustees in 2016. This study laid the groundwork for conversation within the community for the need for updated library facilities in Spokane. The next phase in preliminary design work will build upon that study for a likely bond measure to the community. The final report can be accessed here: Since that effort, SPL has engaged with the community to further refine our priorities. The conceptual design work will be brought to the public for further dialogue.

City of Fort Worth

Fort Worth, TX

Contact: Darian Gavin

Phone: 817-392-2057


Due Date: February 8, 2018, 1:30 pm local time


The City of Fort Worth (City) invites participation in the Request for Proposals (RFP) for experienced and qualified Consultant(s) to lead the strategic service planning process for the Fort Worth Library. The purpose of this solicitation is to obtain proposals that shall be used to select the Consultant most capable of successfully meeting the requirements, needs and expectations of the City and its customers. The successful Consultant shall secure a Professional Services Agreement with the City, if an award is made from this RFP.