ELK ROOM AUDIO VIDEO EQUIPMENT
- Solicitation Number:RFP 17-17
- Pre-Opening Date/Time:12/27/2016 11:25 AM
- Opening Date/Time:01/26/2017 1:30 PM
- Project AssigneeDAVID PYLE
“Elk Room Audio Video Equipment”
Cecil County, Maryland is requesting proposals and/or presentations for “Elk Room Audio Video Equipment” according to Chapter 92 of the Cecil County Code and specifications as stated within the Scope of Work from qualified firms, individuals, etc. having specific experience identified in the Request for Proposal (RFP). Prospective packages shall be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked in the lower left-hand corner “RFP 17-17; “Elk Room Audio and Video Equipment” no later than 1:30 p.m. on January 26, 2017 and delivered to the Purchasing Office, 200 Chesapeake Blvd., Suite 1400, Elkton, Maryland 21921. The objective of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to select a VENDOR to design and install a new state of the art audio and video equipment in the main meeting room (Elk Room) in the Cecil County Administration Building. The vendor shall be responsible for the removal of existing equipment for the County and install and train designated personnel on operation and maintenance of the new equipment. A warranty and maintenance plan should be provided for consideration. The vendor shall be selected according to Best Value as determined by a select County Committee. All inquiries, questions, etc. concerning the RFP shall be forwarded to the Purchasing Office by e-mail (PURCHASINGOFFICE@CCGOV.ORG cc; firstname.lastname@example.org) or by calling 410-996-5396. All questions shall be provided to the Purchasing Office before close of business (4:30pm), January 19, 2017. Vendors may schedule a site visit between the dates of December 28, 2016 through January 19, 2017 during County business hours of 8 am to 4 pm. Contact the Purchasing Department by email at DPYLE@CCGOV.ORG or PURCHASINGOFFICE@CCGOV.ORG with the date and time of the requested visit and please confirm all scheduled dates and times. All Proposals, RFPs, IFBs or RFQs are contingent upon budgetary constraints.