The City of Princeton, West Virginia, is in the process of obtaining qualifications from consulting architectural and engineering firms interested in providing services for the Lonnie Gunter, Jr. Center for Culture and History Project. Project activities that will involve the selected firm include project design, architectural, and construction administration services for the development of a multi-phased culture and history museum complex to be located within the City of Princeton, WV. The selected firm will assist the City of Princeton in designing a facility(s) that can accommodate future educational and training use. The consultant will work with the City of Princeton and Region I Planning & Development Council.

Professional services for the activity funded include; (1) Construction design in accordance with all State, Federal and Local regulations that pertain to the proposed project; (2) Preparation of bidding and contracting documents; (3) Participation in the evaluation of bids received and (4) Monitoring and inspection of construction activities on a periodic basis to insure compliance with plans and specifications.

Procurement of said services shall be in accordance with West Virginia Code Chapter 5G. Consultants interested in being considered for this project must submit detailed qualifications including technical expertise, management and staffing capabilities, and related prior experience. Selected respondents will be interviewed and the firm judged most qualified will be selected.

If interested in providing these services, please include one (1) original, four (4) copies, and one (1) digital copy of all requested information to:

City of Princeton
Attention : Lonnie Gunter, Jr.
Center for Culture and History
Design Services
800 Bee Street
Princeton, WV 24740

Qualifications will be accepted until 4:00 PM on Friday, March 13, 2020. If you have any questions regarding the project please contact Jeff Raines, Region I Planning & Development Council, at (304) 431-7225.

Attention is directed to the fact that the proposed project is to be undertaken through funding sources including but not limited to the WV Department of the Arts, Culture, and History, and philanthropic organizations.

The City of Princeton will afford full opportunity for minority business enterprises to submit a show of interest in response to this invitation and will not discriminate against any interested firm or individual on the grounds of race, creed, color, sex, age, handicap or national origin in the contract award.

The City of Princeton reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all proposals.

Mike Webb, City Manager
City of Princeton

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