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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:

Fairborn City School District

New PreK-2 School

Fairborn, Ohio

Due Monday, 9 January 2017

St. Bernard-Elmwood Central School District

New PreK-12 School

Cincinnati, Ohio

Due Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Chapman Cultural Center

Arcadia Mill Arts Center Interior Architecture

Spartanburg, South Carolina

Due Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Amherst Exempted Village Schools

New PreK-3 School

Amherst, Ohio

Due Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Sandusky City School District

Three New Elementary Schools

Sandusky, Ohio

Due Tuesday, 10 January 2017

The Compass School

Middle School Feasibility Study

Kingston, Rhode Island

Due Thursday, 19 January 2017

City of Norfolk

New Southside Branch Library, Design-Build

Norfolk, Virginia

Due Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Town of Summerville

National Guard Armory Adaptive Reuse

Summerville, South Carolina

Due Friday, 27 January 2017


New Garage and Renovation of Borough Repair Shop

Staten Island, New York

Due Monday, 30 January 2017

I know that 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 already 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 decreases significantly with each "no" answer. Turquoise Marketing can help make sure you'll have all "yes" answers the next time around.

Let's talk about it.

---Abby / 917.453.2165 / email me

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