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As a key branch of the Indiana Department of Administration (IDOA), the Public Works Division (DAPW) manages almost all of the building construction and maintenance projects for the state of Indiana. This includes evaluation of construction proposals for feasibility; project design; advertising, public bids, contracts awards and contract management.
In past years, DAPW has administered more than 1,000 design and construction projects annually, with an average estimated value in excess of $70,000,000.
Public Works projects are regularly advertised in major Indiana newspapers and the Court and Commercial Record. Projects are also posted in the IDOA lobby, Indiana Government Center South, 4th floor west, for public review.
Bidding Now Bid Results (Coming Soon) Certification Board - Contractors and Designers Capital Projects List: 11-13 Biennium Capital Projects List: 13-15 Biennium General Forms and Manuals Contact the Public Works Division
Description: As the State explores solutions to preserve and protect the State Archives for future generations, additional sites are under consideration. This RFI, while separate from the previously issued RFI 14-003-D1 on July 25, 2014, is intended to provide the State with market-driven solutions for other viable locations. The State continues to explore the use of 777 N. Meridian St. (as referenced in RFI 14-003-D1 released on July 25, 2014) and will now consider these additional locations: vacant site adjacent to Senate Avenue Parking Garage and vacant site adjacent to Washington Street Parking Garage.
Response Deadline: 12:00 p.m. (EST), November 21, 2014
RFI 14-003-D2 | .pdf
117 years above Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis left the bronze Victory sculpture at the top of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, as well as carved limestone eagles below the observation deck in need of structural repairs.
Spring 2011, “Victory” was removed from its perch for repair and restoration, ready for another century of inspirational grace and beauty. Victory returned to its place atop the monument in the fall after a week of public display. The historic project.