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The University's policy is that vendors are not to market commodities and services directly to university departments or to departmental personnel. Please contact Procurement Services to make an appointment to discuss the commodities or services that you sell. You are encouraged to provide packets of information or informational brochures on the commodities or services that you provide. The agent can then disseminate that information to user department personnel. Further information may be found at
www.fgcu.edu/AS/purchasing

 

Architectural, Engineering, and Construction Services

Architectural, Engineering, and Construction Management Firms should check the Facilities Planning Web Site for Announcements and Requests for Proposals. Notices and Requests will appear on the home page under "Announcements" when professional services are needed. Advertisements for services will also appear in the Florida Administrative Weekly.

Services 

Trade contractors wishing for their services to be considered for an FGCU building project must contact the respective Construction Manager that has been selected for that project. Construction Management firms will be identified on our web site for upcoming projects. The Construction Manager will direct you on how to be placed on their solicitation list for such projects and what would be required of your firm in order to be considered. 

Products 

Vendors wishing for their commodities to be considered for an FGCU building project must contact the respective architectural firm that has been selected for that project. Architectural firms will be identified on our web site for upcoming projects. Accordingly, the architect will make the decision regarding the inclusion or non-inclusion of certain commodities in a typical project specification. Facilities Planning may make suggestions to an architect for the inclusion of a particular commodity, however, since the chosen architect will be accountable for such inclusions, the final responsibility for product selection will lie with the architect. 

Guidelines 

Please note that Facilities Planning has posted "Guidelines for Design and Construction" to assist architects with product selection and/or preferences for use on a typical project.  Such "Guidelines" can be found at http://www.fgcu.edu/Facilities/Guidelines.html.