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|Sealed||Lady's Island Area Plan Services for Beaufort County||5/29/2017 3:00:00 PM||Open||RFP 052917||Beaufort County, South Carolina, is seeking proposals from qualified planning firms or land use consultants to facilitate and oversee the development of the Lady’s Island Area Plan. The planning process is scheduled to begin in July 2017 and expected to be developed within six months.||1|
|Sealed||Conceptual Master Plan Services for the New Riverside Passive Park for Beaufort County’s Planning Department||5/25/2017 3:00:00 PM||Open||RFQ 052517||It is the intent of the Beaufort County Community Development Department to develop a Passive Park on acreages of land in southern Beaufort County adjacent to the Town of Bluffton and located near the Palmetto Bluffton community. The land is in the unincorporated area of Beaufort County, and it is within the political jurisdiction of the Beaufort County Council. The property was acquired into the Beaufort County Rural & Critical Lands Program in two separate purchases in the years 2006 and 2008 containing the total of 759.31 acres. The property is in a beautiful and pristine area of Southern Beaufort County and is very well suited for the development of a Passive Park.||1|
|Sealed||Engineering Design Services for the Replacement/Retrofit of the Integrated Electronic Security Systems for Beaufort County’s Detention Center||5/25/2017 3:00:00 PM||Open||RFQ 052517||Beaufort County is soliciting services from a qualified engineering firm to provide mechanical engineering design services for replacement/retrofit of the Touch Screen locking system, intercom, Watch-Tour and CCTV/DVR systems. Interested firms should submit a letter of interest and statement of qualifications related to the services required in the RFQ specifications. Beaufort County will select and negotiate a contract with the firm most qualified for the project.||1|
|Sealed||CAMA Software and Record Conversion Services for Beaufort County Assessor's Office||5/16/2017 3:00:00 PM||Open||RFP 050417||The intent of this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is to obtain fixed price proposals from firms specializing in the Real Property Assessment Systems, herein after referred to as a Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal System (CAMA) in a local government environment. This turnkey solution should provide installation, conversion, training, maintenance and on-going support services, etc., and will ensure that the County receives exemplary services related to the storage, management, and assessment and taxing of real estate parcels and related data. The automated system will also interface with other systems across departmental lines with the intent to improve operational effectiveness and efficiency countywide. It is the County’s intent to solicit proposals from qualified and experienced firms who can provide a customized, turnkey, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software solution for a real property appraisal/assessment system for use by the Beaufort County Office of the Assessor.||3|
|Sealed||Beaufort County Housing Needs Assessment||5/11/2017 3:00:00 PM||Open||RFP 051117||Beaufort County Council adopted a resolution on September 26, 2016 to develop an affordable housing plan with a focus on availability, stability, and security of housing options for Beaufort County residents. Beaufort County is one of the fastest growing areas on the east coast. The last formal housing analysis— focused specifically on workforce housing—was undertaken in 2004 when the estimated population was 134,232 in 51,561 households (not including 6,350 military households). Between then and 2016, the population has grown by 45,357 (34%) to an estimated 179,589 people in 65,975 households. This growth has not been evenly distributed across the county, with certain geographic areas and jurisdictional growth trends far exceeding others. Additionally, community characteristics related to infrastructure, transportation, land, labor force and geography pose factors in how and where housing is developed and how and where gaps are occurring. Housing, particularly affordable housing for the workforce and for special needs populations, is a challenge in the municipalities and the unincorporated areas that comprise Beaufort County. In order to address this challenge, a full analysis of the existing housing inventory, demographics, types of housing, and geographic breakdowns within the county is essential to advancing affordable housing goals and developing strategies to effectively meet community needs.||1|