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Tender no. 160/18 for Consulting and Management Services – Construction of International Airport Project in Israel

In accordance with the Mandatory Tender Law, 5752-1992, Netivei Israel – National Transport Infrastructure Company Ltd. (the “Company”) hereby invites you to submit bids for Consulting and Management Services, according to the Tender Documents (the “Services”).


Background
Following the resolution of the Government of Israel (the “GOI”), dated July 24, 2011, the GOI is promoting, through the Company, the construction of an International Airport supplementary to Ben Gurion Airport (the “Airport”). The Airport will be constructed and operated by the private sector in a PPP Project scheme (Public Private Partnership) and will serve as civil and military Airport. According to the resolution of the National Council for Planning and Construction, dated December 5, 2017, two national outline plans are promoted: 15/d in Ramat David, and 15/C in Nevatim.


The Tender Documents may be viewed by any entity wishing to participate in the Tender, on the Company’s website at https://tinyurl.com/iroadstender, beginning on January 24, 2019. 


The Conference will be held on March 6, 2019 at 9:00-16:00 at the Carlton Tel Aviv Hotel, Eliezer Perry Street 10, Tel Aviv. It is clarified that participation in the Conference is neither an obligation nor a pre-condition for the submission of a bid in the Tender. Conference web site: https://events.eventact.com/ws/iroadsconference


 


A NOTICE TO QUALIFIED FIRMS:

REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
RFQ # 19‐006 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES POOL
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT FAIRFIELD, CA


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Solano Community College District of Solano County,
California, hereinafter referred to as the District, will receive up to, but no later than
March 1, 2019 at 2:00 PM, a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified
Professional Services firms for Architectural Services for Solano Community College. The
purpose of the request is to solicit firms to participate within a pre‐qualified pool for the
District’s Capital Improvement Program.

Firms are required to submit a Statement of Qualification in writing to include one (1)
unbound hard copy, five (5) bound copies and one (1) electronic copy (disk or flash
drive, Word or PDF format) of the completed SOQ in a sealed envelope or box
identified as “RFQ #19‐006 SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE ‐ ARCHITECTURAL
SERVICES”, with the Respondent's name and address clearly indicated.

 

Please submit a Statement of Qualification response to:
Solano Community College District
Attn: Laura Scott, Purchasing
4000 Suisun Valley Road, #605
Fairfield, CA 94534


A non‐mandatory pre‐submittal conference will be held as follows:
RFQ #19‐006 Architectural Services: February 13, 2019 at 1:00 PM, 4000 Suisun
Valley Road, Building 1400 – Faculty/ Staff lounge, Fairfield, CA 94534. Room
entrance is located on the North side of building 1400.

Refer to the District website www.solano.edu/measureq/vendor.php for SOQ
documents and requirements. All questions should be directed to Noe Ramos at
noe.ramos@solano.edu.

 

 


 

 

OPPORTUNITY WITH THE TRANSGENDER LAW CENTER

Transgender Law Center (nationally headquartered in downtown Oakland) and is currently seeking pro-bono architects with the possibility of some compensation to help us upgrade our current office space located in the Rotunda Building at 300 Frank Ogawa Plaza. 

Contact Marie Morohoshi at marie@transgenderlawcenter.org for more information.


 

 

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

Unique shared studio/office space in the historic Arts and Crafts era Maybeck Building in North Beach, famous for its artists, film makers and designers.  The work/studio area is quite spacious in a semi-open office plan.   The office is well maintained and attractive with oak floors and comes partially furnished with oriental carpets, a large table for meetings and bookcases and built-ins.  Other furnishings such as file cabinets and desk are available if desired.  Three large windows that face the street provide great natural light. 

The space can be divided into two large work areas or combined into one of approximately 650 SF.  It has lots of built in storage, a copier and a meeting area.   A server with Comcast Internet is already set up.  The space available is suitable for about 5 people using large work stations or tables. or could be separated into two smaller areas that could easily accommodate two persons each; the larger could hold three work stations with room to spare.  The space is shared with a landscape architect who uses the office part-time. 

Rent for the larger space is $1650. per month, or if divided into two smaller spaces rent is $900. and $925.

It’s a great space for architects or designers who are starting up a business.  And it’s an excellent place to meet clients in a unique, wonderful building.   Enjoy all the delis, restaurants and Washington Square Park just a few steps away.  Parking nearby. 

Contact Kim Stryker at 415-860-1521 for more information.


ARCHITECTS FOUNDATIONS SCHOLARSHIPS
Upcoming deadlines in 2019

The Architects Foundation celebrates architecture’s value by advancing tomorrow’s design leaders and preserving architectural treasures of the past. Positioning for new success, The Architects Foundation is launching a momentous increase in the scholarship program. By enhancing the program, The Architects Foundation aims to attract and cultivate a diverse next generation of architects, and provide new opportunities to support the evolution of our profession.

Diversity Advancement Scholarship
Payette Sho-Ping Chin Memorial Academic Scholarship
Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship
The Richard Morris Hunt Prize

For more information about scholarships click here.


 

Gensler Scholarships

Gensler is committed to the education of emerging design talent. The firm has awarded nearly $300,000 in academic scholarships to students and graduates over the last 20 years. The Gensler Diversity Scholarship awards underrepresented and minority students enrolled in U.S. not-for-profit NAAB-accredited architecture programs with academic scholarships and summer internship opportunities.

For more information about scholarships click here.