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Volume 40 - Issue 47 - November 25, 2021

State of Kansas

Department of Administration
Office of Facilities and Property Management

Notice of Requested Engineering Services

Notice is hereby given of the commencement of the selection process for mechanical-electrical-plumbing engineering services for the replacement of three, 50-year-old boilers at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas. The boilers are past their useful life and their control systems are also obsolete. Included will be the design and update of the deteriorating energy center exterior. The Medical Center is seeking a qualified MEP firm to redesign and build the new boiler system as well as design the exterior of the energy center. The project construction budget is $11,279,295.

An architectural/engineering program is available at For more information, contact David Rau at, phone 913-945-5943.

To be considered, one (1) PDF file of the following should be provided: State of Kansas Professional Qualifications DCC Forms 051-054, inclusive, and information regarding similar projects. These forms may be found at State of Kansas Professional Qualifications DCC Form 050 for each firm and consultant should be provided at the end of each proposal. Please include your firm name, agency abbreviation, and an abbreviated project name in the title of the PDF document. Proposals should be less than 5 Mb and follow the current State Building Advisory Commission guidelines which can be found in Part B – Chapter 2 of the Building Design and Construction Manual at Paper copies and flash drives containing copies of the proposals are not required.

Proposals should be sent to Proposals received after the date and time noted below will not be forwarded to the State Building Advisory Commission for review. If you have questions, call 785-296-0749. The PDF proposal submissions shall be delivered to the attention of Randy Riveland by 2:00 p.m. on or before December 10, 2021.

The State of Kansas, as a matter of public policy, encourages anyone doing business with the State of Kansas to take steps to discourage human trafficking. If prospective bidders/vendors/contractors have any policies or participate in any initiatives that discourage human trafficking, then the prospective bidder/vendor/contractor is encouraged to submit same as part of their bid response.

Frank Burnam, Director
Office of Facilities and Property Management

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