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"City of Santa Barbara (Calif.) requesting statements of qualification (SOQs)"



The city of Santa Barbara (Calif.) is requesting statements of qualification
(SOQs) until 5 p.m. Nov. 21 from experienced architectural/engineering firms
to perform planning, design, and construction support services for a new
terminal facility at the Santa Barbara Airport. A/E teams should include
local architectural experience, historic preservation experience, and LEED
accredited professionals. The new terminal facility will measure
approximately 60,000 square feet and provide all contemporary terminal
services, including check-in, security screening, holdroom, bag claim, ATO,
airport offices, meet and greet spaces and concessions. Included in the
terminal scope of work is the relocation and rehabilitation of the original
portions (approximately 7,000 square feet) of the existing terminal
facility, constructed in 1942. The estimated construction cost of proposed
improvements is in the range of $45 million. Contact Owen Thomas,
supervising engineer, at (805) 692-6068, or othomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, for
additional information. 

Email: othomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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