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Posted on: August 4, 2023

[ARCHIVED] RFP - Judicial Building Needs Assessment

RFP Judicial Building Needs Assessment




Requesting Agency
County Administrator
Solicitation Type
Request for Proposal
Project Contact
Shannon Elliott
One Time Project
To procure a vendor with a proposal submission providing a comprehensive needs and spatial assessment of the condition of the building with the consideration of requests from each department housed within the Rex B. Martin Judicial Building.
Date of Issuance
August 3, 2023
Non-mandatory Walkthrough
August 11, 2023 at 10:30 AM
Deadline for Questions
August 18, 2023
Response to Questions
August 24, 2023
Bid Deadline
September 4, 2023, 4:00 PM
Award Date
September 14, 2023

Lenawee County hereinafter (The County) is requesting written proposals from qualified and experienced firms to provide a comprehensive assessment inclusive of a Space Needs Assessment and a Facility Conditions Assessment of the condition of the existing Rex B Martin judicial building hereinafter (The Courthouse), located at 425 N. Main St. Adrian, MI 49221.

Project Description

The Judicial Building was built in 1978 and is 4 floors of approximately 15,056 sq ft for a total of 60,264 sq ft. This building houses 10 departments consisting of, the 39th Circuit Court, 2A District Court, Probate Court, the Lenawee County Prosecutor, and the County Clerk. These offices and courtrooms hold space within the basement, first floor, second floor, and third floor. The County has and continues to modify space within other buildings to accommodate the growing workforce and resource needs within each of the departments within The Courthouse.

A Space Needs Assessment (SNA) shall address the current usage of County office space to identify potential efficiency improvements in space use and technological improvements to accommodate the current and future workforce as well as decrease operational costs. A firm with extensive experience in secure governmental office planning & design is desired to determine what reasonable levels of space use are.

The Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) should be a two (2) option assessment proposal. The first proposal, option 1 shall address the safety, security, maintenance, improvements, upgrades, energy conservation, and renovation needs with use of the SNA results, through capital improvement projects over the next five years. The second proposal option 2 shall address the safety, security, maintenance, improvements, upgrades, energy conservation, and renovation needs with use of the SNA results for a one-time project.

Summary of Work and Instructions

Request for Proposal (RFP) - Rex B. Martin Judicial Building Facilities Condition & Space Needs Assessment (pdf)

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