New Hampshire

Request For Proposals For Design-Build Services For Municipal Buildings In Town Of North Hampton

Click the link below for more information. Press release from the Town of North Hampton: September 30, 2020 The Town of North Hampton is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to provide design-build planning services for new town facilities to include the following departments: Police, Fire and Ambulance and Town Administration Offices. This press release was produced by the Town of North ...

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Updated Town Of Milford RFP 2021-001 P25 Radio System

Below are the documents relating to RFP 2021-001 Town of Milford P25 Radio System. Town of Milford Press release from the Town of Milford: September 29, 2020 final_911_communications_dispatch_center_and_radio_needs_assessment.pdftown_of_milford_rfp_2021-001_p25_radio_system.pdfaddendum_1_milford_rfp_001-2021_p25_radio_system_09082020.pdftown_of_milford_rfp_2021-001_p25_radio_system_appendix_b.xlsxtown_of_milford_rfp_2021-001_p25_radio_system_appendix_c.xlsxtown_of_milford_rfp_2021-001_p25_radio_system_appendix_d_addendum_1.xlsxtown_of_milford_rfp_2021-001_p25_radio_system.docxaddition_rfp_for_mpd_rev_9_29_20.doc Source: https://patch.com/new-hampshire/milford-nh/updated-town-milford-rfp-2021-001-p25-radio-system

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Temple broadband committee fields resident concerns

Temple residents got the first of several chances to raise questions and concerns to the town’s Broadband internet subcommittee at a Zoom meeting Thursday night. Chair Jessica Hipp walked about 15 listeners through the subcommittee’s progress so far, including the results from the town-wide survey completed earlier this summer. The subcommittee’s goals are to bring broadband internet to areas of town where ...

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Keene weighs moving forward on key part of clean energy goals

Dan Weeks, director of market development for ReVision Energy, and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., discuss The city of Keene is considering hiring consultants to help develop a community power plan, one piece of a broader initiative to transition the city to 100 percent renewable energy in the coming decades. In an unanimous vote Thursday night, the City Council’s Finance, ...

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State’s EV charging plans stall amid lack of bids

Electric vehicle fans anticipating fast-charging stations along New Hampshire highways will have to wait some more. Plans to use $4.6 million from the VW “dieselgate” settlement to install DC fast chargers along 6 major routes in New Hampshire are on hold because there were no suitable bids to the state’s request for proposals last winter. The RFP is being reworked ...

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The long road to expand NH broadband

Federal funding is helping, but there’s room for improvement Broadband planning was already underway in several New Hampshire towns when the pandemic emphasized the need for high-speed, reliable internet in rural areas. In June, the Governor’s Office of Emergency Relief and Recovery announced the availability of $50 million in federal CARES Act funding that could be used to complete broadband ...

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North Hampton Select Board turns to fire, police space needs

NORTH HAMPTON – With the new library groundbreaking about two weeks away, the Select Board is moving forward in addressing the many space needs of other town services. At their July 27 meeting, the Board voted unanimously to create and post a formal request for proposal – or RFP – seeking a consultant to help them achieve their goals for ...

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Why and How to Hire an Architect

Stephen Hassell By Stephen Hassell (Editor’s note: Stephen Hassell is Vice President of Business Development at SGA.) Architects are trained professionals who also bring the needed expertise of associated engineering consultants for Site, Structure, HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical disciplines. An architect with experience in the project type anticipated will bring virtually instant advice concerning two important issues: Budget and Schedule based ...

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Our Turn: CFDC at NHTI should have tried to weather the storm

It’s easier to break something than to fix it, which is what happened with the Child and Family Development Center at NHTI. Families, students, and educators across the state should take notice that the Community College System of New Hampshire has chosen to tear down CFDC rather than put in the work to maintain it. With everything else going on, ...

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Hampton Falls selectmen pick local company for solid waste contract

HAMPTON FALLS – With a 2-to-1 vote, selectmen went with the lowest bidder, former Selectman Jim Ziolkowski’s ELM Services, to provide curbside trash and recycling services to the town for the next five years. The vote came at the Board of Selectmen’s May 20 meeting following two work sessions, analysis by the town’s Waste and Recycling Committee, and two months ...

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Paul Feely’s City Hall: As school winds down, what might next year look like?

John Goldhardt STUDENTS AND TEACHERS in masks. Dedicated hand-washing stations. Smaller classes. In-person learning at schools on alternate days. It’s way too soon to predict what the 2020-21 school year might look like in Manchester and elsewhere — or if any of the above precautions will be needed — but officials already are planning for next fall. School could look ...

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RFP-2021-DCYF-03-COMMU Community-Based Voluntary Services

DescriptionThe purpose of this RFP is to contract with one or several provider(s) to deliver a community-based voluntary services (CB-VS) program on behalf of DCYF that would support and strengthen families to prevent them from requiring subsequent involvement with DCYF.DocumentsRFP-2021-DCYF-03-COMMU Appendix D: Technical Application Template (April 16, 2020) Appendix E: Budget Template (April 16, 2020) Appendix F: Budget Narrative Template (April 16, 2020) Appendix ...

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New Hampshire’s RFP for a public-safety LTE system: An act of rebellion or self defense?

This month, the FirstNet board voted unanimously to release its final request for proposal (RFP) early in January (FirstNet s still has not released the exact date). Some may have thought this meant that FirstNet, public safety, government and industry could relax, enjoy the holidays—maybe take a long winter’s nap—before the RFP is released to begin what likely will be ...

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New Hampshire issues RFP for public-safety LTE system, but official says no opt-out decision has been made

New Hampshire has made no decision to opt out of FirstNet, even though the state has issued a request for proposal (RFP) that seeks bids on a project that calls for a public-safety LTE network to be built throughout the state before FirstNet is expected to begin construction on its nationwide public-safety broadband system, according to a key state official. ...

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