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State of Tennessee Real Estate Asset Management


Post Date:
  June 12, 2013
Submittal Deadline:
  July 5, 2013

If you are interested in the project described below:
1. Review the Designer Selection Process.
2. Register with the Office of the State Architect. All Designer's must be registered and updated annually
    in December.  Click on Register and choose the option "Update My Registration" and follow the
    directions to review and update.
3. Download the instructions included in the Designer Letter of Interest.
4. Complete the document specifically for the project in which you have interest.
5. All dates with no time listed shall be constructed to mean midnight CST/CDT.
6. Attach the completed Designer Letter of Interest Form to the appropriate email link.

User Agency:
  Department of General Services
Project Title:
  Consulting Services
    New Data Center
Project Location:
  Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee
Project MACC
  TBD
Project Contact:
  Lynelle Jensen
    (615) 741-9282
Project Overview: 
 

A special consultant will be selected by the State of Tennessee to establish program requirements for a new Data Center.  The facility will serve as a redundant center to the one built by the State in 2010. It is intended that 50% of the State’s production services will reside in each Data Center with each backing up the other in case of a disaster. In addition to providing programming services, the consultant will be asked to assess up to three (3) potential building sites identified by the State to determine which is best suited to accommodate the new building program.  Deliverables will include all documentation generated from the studies as well as cost estimates relating to each identified design option.

Special Design or Submission Requirements:  

In order to be considered for selection, the consultant must demonstrate familiarity with the design and construction of both conventional and modular data centers. Use of special consultants is acceptable however, consultants responding to this solicitation will be evaluated based on their role as prime service provider demonstrating core experience in the design of this particular building type.  Although the new facility will ultimately be located in Nashville or surrounding areas, a regional office presence in Middle Tennessee will not be a criterion for selection.

Anticipated SBC Approval Date:
  July 30, 2013
Anticipated Designer Notice to Proceed (NTP) Date:
  August 5, 2013

             Design or       
          Submission
       Requirements:   Designer Letter of Interest                             

Please fill out the Letter of Interest and click HERE to submit the document.