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Request for proposals: Architectural & Engineering Services – Training Center

The Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI) is soliciting proposals for architectural and engineering services for the renovation of an existing mill building in the Amoskeag Millyard in Manchester, New Hampshire to become a training and meeting facility.

Project Description

The Project address is 150 Dow Street, Manchester, NH. Map 276– Lot 7. ARMI is looking to develop approximately 25,973 square feet across a single floor of the existing mill building to provide training labs, classrooms, and meeting space. The design will need to conform to any applicable city, state, or federal standards and/or regulations.
The following information regarding the Site and/or Project can be found in Appendix B

A. Tax Map
B. 150 Dow Deed
C. As Built Floor Plans

Scope of Services

The firm selected will provide comprehensive Architectural and Engineering (A&E) services for all phases of the project, from initial site and building design through project close-out. It is assumed that the architect will work closely with ARMI staff and other members of the development team and with lead contractors to provide a product that is affordable to construct, maintain and manage and is architecturally compatible with the surrounding neighborhood.

Electronic (PDF) proposals must be submitted via e-mail to bbbrc@armiusa.org and received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 24, 2023 to be considered.


Please direct all questions via email to: bbbrc@armiusa.org

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Appendix B


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