February 25, 2022
For immediate publication
Request for Qualifications:
Construction Manager at Risk Services-Wellsville City Library Addition and Renovation
Notice is hereby given that The Wellsville City Library Board, Wellsville, KS, is requesting Statements of Qualifications from experienced Construction Management firms interested in providing Construction Management- At-risk services (CMAR) for the Wellsville City Library Addition and Renovation Project. Scope of services will consist of providing pre-construction and construction services for the Project, which consists of an approximately 2730 square foot addition to, and interior renovations of existing areas of the existing library building at 115 West 6th Street, Wellsville, KS 66092.
Request for Qualification (RFQ) documents are available by contacting the:
Library Director, Becky Dodd at (785) 883- 2870, email@example.com
Architect, Peter Hauff at 620-343-9180, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hard copies of the RFQ are also available at the library desk (115 West 6th Street, Wellsville) or Wellsville City Hall (411 Main Street, Wellsville)
You can also access the RFQ from the library’s website www.wellsvillelibrary.org on the building tab.
Sealed statements of qualification must be received on or before March 18, 2022, at 3 p.m. CDT. Statement of qualification delivery requirements are specified in the RFQ.
Please open RFQ to access the document.
Due to the forecast for tonight and tomorrow the Wellsville City Library will be closed Thursday, February, 17th. The Library will reopen Friday the 18th if weather permits. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Wellsville City Library recently won the Best Small Library in Kansas 2021!
It is because of support from our community that helped us achieve this status! Thank you for the previous support throughout the past!
The Friends of the Library Foundation is considered a 501 (C) 3 entity.
The Wellsville City Library also holds a tax exempt status at the government level.
If you or your business is looking for a place to make an end of the year donation for tax purposes, please consider the Friends of the Library or the Wellsville City Library as your choice this year. Your donation helps support the library directly or through the Friends of the Library. The Friends help support programs, summer reading, story time, purchases of new materials, equipment and of course the building project that should start the first part of 2022! Donations can be made online at: wellsvillelibrary.org with the donation buttons on the donate button or the building addition tabs. You can also mail a donation to the address below.
Wellsville City Library & the Friends of the Library Foundation
P.O. Box 517, 115 W. 6th St.
Wellsville, KS 66092
The Wellsville City Library is pleased to announce that the library was able to add new books to the collection with the 2021 Kansas Notable Books Grant ( 2021-LSTA-Notable)! Feel free to stop in and check them out!
The Misadventures of Nobbin Swill Croaked by Lisa Harkrader
World of Wonders by Aimee Nezhukumatathil
The Amelia Six by Kristin L. Gray
Premeditated Myrtle by Elizabeth C. Bounce
Swimming Shelter by Al Ortolani
Prairie Bachelor by Lynda Beck Fenwick
What Sound Is Morning by Grant Snider
Northern Cheyenne Ledger Art by Denise Low & Ramon Powers
Farmers Unite! By Lindsay H. Metcalf