Government Contract | Oregon
Public Library Needs Assessment of Services and Programmatic Facility Design

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000604021

Bid Title: Public Library Needs Assessment of Services and Programmatic Facility Design

Agency Bid No. Title: 1670

Received Date: 06/20/2016

Close Date: 07/18/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 07/08/2016 12:00 PM, Training Required


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The City of Springfield seeks proposals from qualified library design and planning firms for the development of a Library Needs Assessment and Programmatic Library Facility Design. The City seeks an architectural / planning consultant who has specific experience in the review and quantitative analysis of existing and projected City Library services, needs, future trends, technologies and facilities. The consultant should have demonstrable experience engaging the broader public in generating feedback and input and integrating this feedback and input into strategic long-term assessments and programmatic facility design. Proposals and associated costs for scope of services should be organized into two (2) phases of work: Phase One (1) Experience, tasks and costs associated with development of a Library Needs Assessment. The Library needs assessment will provide the City Council and staff with information necessary to determine if Phase Two work should be initiated. Phase Two (2) Experience, tasks and costs associated with development of multiple (Minimum 2) Programmatic Library Facility Design alternatives based on findings of Phase One work. Phase Two work will only be authorized based on findings as part of the completed Phase One Library Needs Assessment and upon approval by the City Council and the project manager. Phase Two work is dependent on the outcome of Phase One and may not be completed. 1.Phase I Library Needs Assessment During Phase 1 work the consultant shall: a.Utilizing established professional library standards, recognized best practices and community and stakeholder feedback assess current library services and facility to determine the Librarys strengths and weaknesses and position to serve the communitys needs. b.Include benchmarking to illustrate how the Library compares to other Libraries serving similar communities.c.Analyze current and projected demographic data to align services, collections and programs to the service population.d.Gather community input through a series of outreach activities including a minimum of three (3) stakeholder or advisory focus groups and two (2) community open house events, in order to assess needs, expectations and perceptions of the Library and its current and future role in the community. e. With Library staff, City staff and partnering agency staff (TEAM Springfield) conduct analysis to identify needs and opportunities for improved services and access to resources

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Product Codes: 92516, 95638, 91815

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: City of Springfield

State: Oregon

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Jayne McMahan, Finance Department Administrative Services Dept., 225 Fifth Street, Springfield, Oregon, 97477

Phone: 541-726-3708

Fax: 541-726-3782




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