Request for Proposals / Qualifications (RFP/Q's)
Re-Entry and Enhanced Alternatives to Custody Training (REACT) Center (SB 1022)
- Request for Qualifications/Request for Proposals for Bridging Architectural Services
The County of Stanislaus is currently seeking a highly qualified professional architectural design firm to serve as the County's Bridging Architect to prepare Bridging Documents for the County's Reentry and Enhanced Alternatives to Custody Training ("REACT") Center Project at its Public Safety Center ("PSC") located at 200 East Hackett Road, Ceres, California. This project is the fourth of the County's four concurrent PSC Jail Expansion Projects (see below), and is to be planned, designed and constructed in coordination with those other projects. This REACT Center Project will provide space for the relocation of the Sheriff's Office Re-Entry and Jail Alternatives Administration from 801 11th Street, Modesto, California to the PSC site. The County is using a design-build approach for the other three projects, and expects to use a design-build approach for this project as well.
This project must satisfy all applicable requirements of the following documents:
- County's 2013 Updated Adult Detention Needs Assessment, prepared by Crout Criminal Justice Consulting LLC
- County's SB 1022 Adult Local Criminal Justice Facilities Construction Financing Program Application for the REACT Center Project ("SB 1022 Application")
Prospective Proposers for this project should contact Stanislaus County Capital Projects at 209-525-4380 for more information. Prospective Contractors and Consultants shall respectively refrain from contacting independent consultants who may have furnished the above reports.
Public Safety Center Jail Expansion Projects (AB 900 Phase II)
- Approved Board of Supervisors Agenda Report B-4, November 12, 2013
- Approved Board of Supervisors Agenda Report B-11, October 29, 2013
- Approved Board of Supervisors Agenda Report B-7, August 27, 2013
- Site Development Study and Neighborhood Plan, HOK, August 2013
- Public Safety Center Masterplan
- 2011 Adult Detention Needs Assessment
- Application for State of California AB 900 Phase II Funding
Please direct all questions to County Capital Project staff at (209) 525-4380. Prospective Contractors and Consultants shall respectively refrain from contacting independent consultants who may have furnished the above reports.
Capital Project Construction Bidding
Please contact the Stanislaus County Capital Projects Division at (209) 525-4380 for more information about bidding on active construction projects.
Additional County Opportunities
The Capital Projects Division is responsible for the new construction and rehabilitation of County owned facilities and projects. For additional information and contracting opportunities, please inquire with the County General Services Agency (GSA) and Department of Public Works.