St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (Church), Palatka, FL is requesting responses to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from individuals or firms interested in providing the services herein outlined, as it relates to a grant provided by the state of Florida, Department of State, Division of Historic Resources.
Architectural Firm Qualifications/Skills
Architectural firms submitting an RFQ must possess the professional skills and services required to produce the Work, as described below:
While the degree of emphasis is likely to vary, all skills are necessary to achieve a cost effective and optimum design. All firms submitting an RFQ must be registered to do business in the State of Florida and must be licensed in accordance with Part I, Chapter 481 Florida Statutes (FS). Because the “work” is in part funded by a state of Florida grant and it is Professional Services, this RFQ will follow the procedures outlined in the Consultant’s Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA) in accordance with FS 287.055, shown as Attachment “B”.
The oldest church building in Palatka, St. Mark's Episcopal Church was established in 1853. The Carpenter Gothic church building was erected in 1854, using board and batten siding with corner buttresses on the base of the bell tower. One of the founding members of St. Mark's was William D. Moseley, firs elected governor of the state of Florida. During the early years, services were held only in the winter months and were conducted by visiting vicars from the Northern States. During the Civil War, the church was occupied by Union soldiers, who caused much damage to the structure. The church reopened after the war and achieved full parish status by 1873.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a parish of the Episcopal Church in Palatka, Florida in the United States, in the Episcopal Diocese of Florida. The current rector is the Reverend Robert F. Marsh Jr., D. Min. It is noted for its historic Carpenter Gothic Church located at 200 Main Street. Palatka, FL. On May 9, 1973, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
RFQ Due Date
Four (4) copies of the Response package, of which at least one (1) copy will have the original signature, must be received in the at the Church Office located no later than 2:00PM EST, February 12, 2021. Responses received after that time will not be considered for this RFQ. Responses via facsimile, email or any other media will not be accepted.
Pre-Submittal Site Visit
All interested Responders are encouraged to attend a non-mandatory pre-submittal site tour and site visit to be held at 10:00AM EST on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 held at the Church Offices (see address below).
RFQ Response Packages
All parties interested in being considered for providing the described services may request an Architectural Services RFQ Response package from:
The Rev. Robert F. Marsh, Jr., D. Min.
C/O Tammy Brown-Coughlin, Parish Secretary
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
211 Madison Street
Palatka, Florida 32177
“Response Packages” by licensed architectural firms may also be obtained via e-mail by sending a request to the email address listed above.
Right to Waive and Reject
The Church reserves the right to waive minor irregularities and technicalities and to reject any and all Request for Qualifications.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES
Category: Architectural and Engineering
NAICS Code: 5413 - Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services
Entity: Pinellas County, Florida - Pinellas County Schools
End Date: March 01, 2021
Bid Type: RFQ
Bid Number: 21-906-183
Title: Request for Qualifications; Architectural Design Services
Start Date: Feb 3, 2021 10:42:36 AM EST
End Date: Mar 1, 2021 4:00:00 PM EST
Agency: Pinellas County Schools
Bid Contact: Linda Balcombe
301 4th Street SW
Largo, FL 33770
Leadership Incubator Professional Development Center
Scope of Work: New construction of state-of-the-art Leadership Incubator to enhance the growth of working professionals both within the district and the surrounding community.
Timelines for Design Documents shall be as follows:
Phase 1: Preliminary Renderings: 45 days
Phase 2: Schematic Design: 30 days
Phase 3: Preliminary Design Documents & Specifications: 60 days
Phase 4: Construction Documents & Specifications: 45 days