Department of Education, University of Central Florida  



    University of Central Florida

    Electrical Contractors


    The University of Central Florida has a need for several firms to provide contractor services in the trade of Electrical on an ongoing basis for campus renovation and construction projects with construction budgets of less than $2,000,000.

    Typical projects may include new construction, renovations, remodeling, equipment installation, fire code corrections, building code corrections, aesthetic enhancements, technology enhancements, exterior enhancements, communications modifications, air quality, and sustainability modifications. Areas requiring renovation or modifications may include, but are not limited to, animal research or holding areas, research laboratories, classrooms, libraries, media centers, offices, clinics, reception and waiting areas, lobbies, corridors, atriums, courtyards, plazas, student housing, site work, parking areas, and hardscapes. Projects being implemented may border or be within occupied areas, and projects will in many cases need to be phased to allow partial occupancy during construction. ALL projects will need to ensure the safety of faculty, staff, and students. Projects may be located on the University of Central Florida main campus or branch campuses.

    Instructions for submitting a proposal can be found on the Project Fact Sheet. The Project Fact Sheet and General Contractor’s Form may be obtained on our website, or by contacting: Gina Seabrook, email:, phone: (407)823-5894.

    We are accepting only electronic submissions, to be uploaded at:

    Submittals must be received by 5:00 p.m. local time January 30, 2015. Late submissions or additional documention will not be accepted.

    Continued work from the university will be based on a periodic contractor performance evaluation. Evaluations will assess the contractor’s: quality of work, ability to maintain budget, ability to stay on schedule, safety, no-change orders for same scope of work, and customer service. Contractors that do not receive satisfactory evaluations may not be given additional work, and their contracts may be terminated.

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