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Closing Date: January 28, 2022 – 12:00pm (Noon)


Design-build service for IAQ, HVAC and Controls Improvements at Greene County Complexes and Standalone Facilities.

Pursuant to N.C.G.S. 143-128.1A. Design-Build Contracts, Greene County is seeking proposals from qualified design-build teams interested in providing design and construction services for Indoor Air Quality Improvements at various County owned facilities, including new HVAC systems, needlepoint bipolar ionization systems, and automation control systems.


The intent of this RFQ is to select a Design-Build team based on Qualifications Selection to provide the design and construction services for Greene County Indoor Air Quality Improvements.


Project Site: Greene County Complexes and Standalone Facilities


Project Title: Indoor Air Quality Improvements


Project Scope: Upgrades to the HVAC systems in County buildings to improve indoor air quality, including, but not limited to:


  • Replacing aging HVAC systems


  • Installing bipolar ionization systems on all HVAC systems


  • Installing automation controls for the HVAC system


Contact : Kyle J. DeHaven, County Manager – 252-747-3446 or


Telephone: 252-747-3446


Project Budget : TBD


Source of Funds: American Rescue Plan


Project Schedule: The project schedules will be set in coordination with the selected firm via approval of the County.


Publish Date: January 10, 2022


Closing Date: January 28, 2022 – 12:00pm (Noon)


HUB certified contractors are encouraged to submit qualifications for this project.


Submit three (3) copies of the qualifications information package to (physical and mailing address): 229 Kingold Blvd. Suite D, Snow Hill NC 28580. Email and fax submittals will not be accepted.


The laws of North Carolina and applicable regulations of licensing boards will be observed in receiving proposals and awarding the contract. The proposing firms must be properly licensed to provide Construction Services and Design Services in the State of North Carolina.


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