Public Facilities RFQ

Following the board of commissioner’s decisions at their mini-retreat and board meeting in July, 2016, town staff is moving forward with a planning process for public facilities on the 3.5 acres of town-owned land downtown.  The option under consideration includes renovating and expanding the existing town hall building, constructing a new town facility on Main Street, and exploring solutions for expanded parking.
A Request for Qualifications (RFQ) was issued for a design team to undertake the process. It will include two major phases: 1) conceptual design and public input process resulting in a site master plan; and 2) upon a vote by the board of commissioners to move forward, the schematic design, design development, and production of construction documents for the proposed buildings and site improvements.  

We are looking for a creative, qualified and experienced consulting team composed of architects, planners, and a parking consultant.  

Useful documents

Town of Davidson Parking Study (2011)

Public Facilities Steering Committee

The Public Facilities Steering Committee will work collaboratively with the design team to guide the planning and design process for the construction and renovation of the town’s downtown public facilities and the design of a long-term parking solution for the downtown area.

The committee members are: Tom Goodwin of the Design Review Board, Mickey Pettus and Bob Miller of the Planning Board, Dave Cable of the Livability Board, David Holthouser representing Davidson College, and Juliet Bowden, Jeff Michael, Steve McLeod, and Kathleen Rose as citizen-at-large members.
John Woods, Beth Cashion, and Brian Jenest are the participating elected officials.