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This week in architecture RFPs

Here are a few interesting upcoming architecture project opportunities that I came across in my travels last week:

Euclid City Schools

Euclid Middle/High School

Euclid, Ohio

Due Wednesday, 4 January 2017

US General Services Administration

New Federal Courthouse

Greenville, Mississippi

Due Wednesday, 4 January 2017

College of William and Mary ​Sadler Center Addition Williamsburg, Virginia

Due Tuesday, 10 January 2017

City of Plano Liberty Recreation Center Renovation

Williamsburg, Virginia

Due Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Buchanan County

Conceptual Phase for Design Build of New Courthouse

Grundy, Virginia

Due Thursday, 12 January 2017

City of Parkland

Library Expansion Project

Parkland, Florida

Due Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Virginia Military Institute

Scott Shipp Hall Addition and Renovation

Lexington, Virginia

Due Wednesday, 18 January 2017

An RFP for a great project can be really tempting. But before you decide to go for it, it's important to ask yourself, at a minimum:

1. Did we know about the project before it came out?

2. Does the client know us?

3. Do we have a teaming strategy in place?

4. Do we have the right staff interested and available?

5. Do we have a strong argument to convince the client to select us?

Your chance of success drastically decreases with each "no" answer. I have the data to prove it.

Turquoise Marketing can help make sure you'll have all "yes" answers the next time around...and work with your team to craft a successful proposal submission that will get the committee's attention and position you for the win.

Let's talk about it.

---Abby / 917.453.2165 / email me

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