Bureau of Land Management Arizona: Outdoor Interpretive Signage and Exhibits and Guide

Ironwood Forest National MonumentThe Bureau of Land Management Arizona State office is seeking quotes for design and production of outdoor interpretive signs and exhibits, bases, pedestals for in ground installation, and visitor guides for publications.  They will be installed at three sites across the state.

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF OUTDOOR INTERPRETIVE SIGNS & EXHIBITS

The Bureau of Land Management Arizona State office is seeking quotes for design and production of outdoor interpretive signs and exhibits, bases, pedestals for in ground installation, and visitor guides for publications.  These will be used at three sites across the state of Arizona.  They are: the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Las Cienegas National
Conservation Area, and the Ironwood Forest National Monument.

The successful contractor will furnish all labor, materials, supplies and transportation needed to research, design, and produce, and fabricate sign and exhibit panels; furnish sign bases or pedestals for in the ground installation; and produce digital visitor guides for the NLCS units according to the requirements.

This contract is for a term of 3 years, with work and deliverables for Year 1. Submit projected quotes for Option Years 2 and 3, equal to quote submitted for Year 1. Quotes will be requested and task orders issued for Option Years 2 and 3; subject to
availability of funds.

Interested contractors should download contract documents at this link.  There will be a redirect link at that page to the FedConnect website.  Search "DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF OUTDOOR INTERPRETIVE SIGNS" under public opportunities service to find the complete tender.

Deadline for the receipt of quotes: 25 July 2018, 17:00, Eastern Time

Contact:
Lisa Hariper
Bureau of Land Management State of Arizona
Administrative Services
One North Central Avenue, Suite 800
Phoenix, AZ  85004
lhariper@blm.gov
+1 602 417 9434

Image: Ironwood Forest National Monument/Bob Wick/Bureau of Land Management





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