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The Project Team for the Atascadero Historic City Hall has prepared and issued a Request for Pre‐qualifications for the project’s flagship bid package, ACH‐8 Historic  Restoration. Due to the expertise and nuances of the conservation standards required to conform to the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation with Guidelines for Applying Standards, it is essential to the project that all bidders have previous documentable experience on historic construction projects of similar stature. The Historic City Hall is the icon of the City of Atascadero as well a California and U.S. landmark thus it is the team’s sole focus to deliver the best possible product to the citizens of Atascadero. All interested and qualified contractors are encouraged and welcome to pursue pre‐qualification as a select bidder for this contract.

The Project Team for the Atascadero Historic City Hall has prepared and issued a Request for Pre‐qualifications for the project’s flagship bid package, ACH‐8 Historic Restoration. Due to the expertise and nuances of the conservation standards required to conform to the Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation with Guidelines for Applying Standards, it is essential to the project that all bidders have previous documentable experience on historic construction projects of similar stature. The Historic City Hall is the icon of the City of Atascadero as well a California and U.S. landmark thus it is the team’s sole focus to deliver the best possible product to the citizens of Atascadero. All interested and qualified contractors are encouraged and welcome to pursue pre‐qualification as a select bidder for this contract. Local and contractors throughout California have expressed interest in this project. Whether a local or out of town contractor is the successful bidder, there will be many pieces of this project that San Luis Obispo County builders need to be aware of. Whoever the Prime Contractor turns out to be, there will be many opportunities for local subcontractors and tradesmen. Following is a sampling of the various anticipated subcontracts that will be a part of the Historical Restoration prime contract:

  • Hazardous Materials Abatement
  • Demolition
  • Shotcrete
  • Epoxy Injection, Grout Injection
  • Composite Fiber Reinforced Strengthening
  • Brick Masonry, Terra Cotta Masonry, Stone Repair and Replacement
  • Wood Restoration, Finish Carpentry, Architectural Woodwork
  • Historical Clay Tile Roofing
  • Bituminous Roofing, Flashings and Sheet Metal
  • Metal Doors and Frames, Custom Wood Doors and Hardware
  • Glass and Glazing
  • Wood Floor Restoration and Re‐finishing
  • Steel Framing
  • Lath, Plaster, Drywall
  • Ornamental Plaster Restoration
  • Veneer Plaster
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Resilient Flooring
  • Acoustic Ceilings
  • Carpet
  • Paint and High Performance Coatings

Prime Contractors interested in the project are encouraged to submit the pre‐qualification package as soon as possible. Once the select list of bidders has been determined, the Construction Manager in conjunction with the San Luis Obispo County Builders Exchange will host a “Meet and Greet” session where the prime contract bidders and local trade contractors will be able to socialize and interact with one another.

Please continue to monitor this website for on‐going updates on this project. The contractor information session is not yet scheduled but will be held in mid‐January, 2011. Look for updates on this exciting, unique and important project.

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