Request for General Contractor Prequalification Submittals- CVM Translational Research Facility

North Carolina State University is seeking qualification statements from general
contractors for improvements to CVM Translational Research Facility, located on
Centennial Biomedical Campus. The project scope includes a one-story, free-standing,
masonry, 4,000 GSF building, that includes animal holding rooms, feed storage,
mechanical and electrical rooms, a toilet room, and a small but fully equipped sterile
surgery suite. Some associated utility work is also included. The project site is within a
working farm and will require careful coordination with adjacent farm activities.

To qualify, the contractor must have a general contractor’s license in the State of North
Carolina as well as applicable bonding requirements. The contractor must show
comparable work experience, both in complexity and dollar value and preferably in a
university campus environment, to the scope of work outlined above.
To be considered, the contractor must obtain an application package from the NC State
University Project Manager and submit a fully completed qualification document by 5:00
PM, February 3, 2023, to Laura Zaytoun, project manager, by email only to No hard copies will be accepted. Application packages will be
available electronically after January 9, 2023. Please contact the project manager via
email (preferred) or phone to request a package or download it from the link below.

NOTE: The SCO Prequalification Package has been updated recently. Please use the
project-specific form provided by NC State by the link below. Submissions on any
other form will be considered non-responsive.

NC State University has an affirmative policy of fostering, promoting, and conducting
business with women and minority-owned enterprises. Women and minority contractors
are encouraged to participate in the prequalification process.

Laura Zaytoun
North Carolina State University
Design & Construction

Download Prequalification Package Here: CVM Translational Research Facility