Urban Design Statements of Qualification

Urban Design Statements of Qualification

City of Oklahoma City

The City of Oklahoma City invites the submittal of Statements of Qualification (SOQ) for consulting services to guide the Planning Department in developing an Urban Design Program. The City wishes to contract with an experienced and accomplished urban designer and have access to the full depth of Urban Design capabilities within the firm. As part of a one-year contract, the consultant will be responsible for providing:

Guidance on how to ensure the most effective application of
design standards, design guidelines and review processes to achieve the City's Urban Design goals;
Assistance with the content and development of a Design
Guidelines booklet;
Advice on Urban Design considerations recommended by other
consultants under contract with the City;
Design review of important projects and design advice on Capital
projects; and
Advice on how to ensure quality design in new development and
how to build appreciation for Urban Design principles in Oklahoma City.
Statements of Qualification are due Friday, October 6, 2006.

Download the RFQ at www.okc.gov/planning/urbandesign-rfq

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For more information contact:

Susan Miller
City of Oklahoma City
420 W. Main Street, 9th Floor
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma 73102

Phone: 405-297-3836
Fax: 405-297-1631
Email: [email protected]

Posted September 7, 2006

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