REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: Professional Architectural Design Services - Reynoldsburg Community Center
The City of Reynoldsburg is requesting Statements of Qualification from professional architectural deign firms for the purpose of providing architectural and engineering design services for the Community Center Project. Please click here to view the RFQ requirements. A preliminary concept plan has been developed by Gro Development (referred to as "Exhibit A" in the RFQ) and these documents can be found here.
Interested firms should submit eight (8) individual copies of their proposal no later than Friday, March 17, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. local time, to the attention of:
William J. Sampson, LEED Green Assoc.
Director of Public Service
City of Reynoldsburg
7232 East Main St.
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
The outside of the envelope or box should be clearly marked:
"Statement of Qualifications for the City of Reynoldsburg
Community Center Project"
*PROJECT FUNDING IS CONTINGENT THE CITY
PASSING A MAY, 2017 BALLOT ISSUE*
NATURAL GAS AGGREGATION PROGRAM (New: January 26, 2017)
The City of Reynoldsburg is requesting proposals to enter into a Natural Gas Aggregation Program. Please click here to download the forms. Proposals must be completed in their entirety and returned in a sealed envelope to:
City of Reynoldsburg - Natural Gas Aggregation Program
Attn: Director of Public Service
7232 East Main St.
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
Please email all questions to: email@example.com
All bids are due by: February 24, 2017 at 11:00 AM where they will then be opened publicly and read aloud
NO phone calls please
Livingston Ave. Improvements
October 11, 2016 - UPDATE
Livingston Ave. Construction Schedule (week of October 17th)
1. Mill/Fill Operation - Contractor will use two milling machines to remove 3" of asphalt. The paver will replace 1.5" of asphalt about 2,000 ft. behind the milling machines. They will do one lane at a time from Brice Rd. to St. Rt. 256 beginning on the South curb. The contractor expects to complete one lane per day.
2. Concrete Base Repairs - This will occur if necessary
3. Complete topsoil and seeding adjacent to the new bike path
4. Curb Replacement on the North side of Livingston Ave. should be completed
September 19, 2016 - UPDATE
New Bike Path Installation
Asphalt work to pave new bike trail along Livingston Ave began today (9/19/16). The path will connect with the exiting trail that runs in front of Blacklick Metro Park, and will extend by Livingston High School and end at Brice Road.
June 6th through July 16th
Signal Conduit Installation:
The conduit installation will involve horizontal drilling under Livingston and the side streets to connect the new signal foundations. The drill rig will be positioned well behind the curb and a receiving pit will be excavated adjacent to the opposite signal foundation.
Lane closures on Livingston are not expected; however, support vehicles will require lane closures on the adjacent side streets. The school entrance at Rosehill Road will be partially closed for one crossing.
Leisure Path Demolition and Grading:
The leisure path will extend from Blacklick to Brice Road on the south side of Livingston. Removal of the existing 4-foot wide sidewalk and grading for the 8-foot wide path will require a “rolling” single lane closure as the work proceeds along Livingston.
A storm inlet will be installed on the Southeast corner of Livingston & Redwood. The outfall pipe for the inlet will be run to the north side of Livingston.
The installation will likely restrict Livingston to a single lane east bound or west bound during daylight hours over a three-day period.
The City Receives Grant for Major Livingston Avenue Project!
On Friday, December 12, 2014 we learned that our grant application for a Livingston Avenue Improvement project was reviewed and approved. The City of Reynoldsburg will receive a grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission SCIP Program in the amount of $2,854,499 and an interest-free loan in the amount of $956,582 (total project cost: $3,811,351).
This project will address a major need for the city and we were very excited to receive the news of another successful grant application. Design engineering for the project will occur throughout 2015 and construction will begin in the spring of 2016. At the conclusion of construction, just under $9 million of improvements will have been made to Brice Road and Livingston Avenue between 2014 and 2016.
-Nathan Burd, Director of Public Service