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Are UNCW’s construction projects put out for public bid? How do you bid on them?

Pressley Baird
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Paul Reinmann (left), assistant director for Fixed Operations and Planning Center for Marine Science, and Dan Baden, executive principal with Marine Biotechnology in North Carolina, hold plans for the future MARBIONC building at the UNCW Center for Marine Sciences on Aug. 18, 2011. StarNews photo by Mike Spencer.

All of UNCW’s construction projects are put out for public bid, said Charlie Maimone, UNCW’s vice chancellor for business affairs.

The university maintains an open bidders list for projects under $500,000 and is willing to add contractors with proper licensing and insurance to that list. Such contractors can call UNCW’s Office of Facilities at 962-3105.

For projects that top $500,000, bidders can find details online at http://uncw.edu/architecturalandconstruction/forarchitectsengineerscontractors.html.

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