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City of Clemson Current Projects


The following City projects are underway:

EXPANSION OF THE ARTS CENTER

Click here to to download the Request for Qualifications

Click here to download Addendum No. 1

Optional Arts Center site visit will be held December 4th at 2pm.

The City of Clemson intends to enter into a contract with the successful proposer to provide architectural services for a new 10,000 square foot, [with a planned future expansion space to 15,000 square feet], standalone facility to house the Clemson Arts Center.  All work must comply with applicable State and City regulations.  Statements of Qualifications shall contain the requested information and be submitted in the format as shown on the Request for Qualifications information sheet. 

All Statements of Qualifications MUST be received at the Clemson City Hall located at 1250 Tiger Blvd. Suite 1.  Clemson, SC 29631 no later than 2:00 p.m.  December 20, 2018, at which time only the names of the parties submitting proposals will be announced.  Any submission received later than the specified time/date will NOT be accepted/considered. Hand-delivered submissions should be delivered to the same above referenced address.  No facsimile, email or telephone proposals will be accepted.  Statements of Qualifications must be submitted in a package clearly marked “Architectural Services for Clemson Arts Center Building.” 

 

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION

The City of Clemson is embarking on a wastewater treatment plant expansion that will increase capacity at the Cochran Road wastewater treatment facility from 1.15 MGD to 2.0 MGD. This expansion is necessary to support the unprecedented commercial growth occurring in the City at this time and to maintain compliance with SCDHEC regulations. This project includes a new headworks structure for screening and grit removal, a new influent pump station, upgrades to the existing EQ basin, converting from a biological process to membrane bio-reactor (MBR) technology, new UV disinfection, a new post aeration basin, and a new effluent pump station. The expansion will also include all necessary instrumentation and controls. The total cost of all improvements to the Cochran Road treatment plant expansion, as outlined in the preliminary engineering report is $14.8 million.