The University of Maine (UMaine), located in Orono, Maine, desires to procure architectural and engineering services from individual firms or teams to develop a Rolling Master Plan for facilities on its campus for the proposed Maine College of Engineering, Computing, and Information Science (MCECIS), headquartered at the University of Maine, to meet the growing need for engineers and computer scientists in Maine and beyond. The plan is expected to address a fluid planning and implementation environment over the 10-year implementation period. Ongoing Plan and implementation adjustments will support coordination of this Rolling plan with that of the University System. The scope of services will include an analysis of the existing facilities supporting the college, development of the College’s space program, development and analysis of alternatives for meeting the College’s needs over time, and identification of the desired completed program of facility changes at the end of the plan period. The plan will also include specific recommendations on how to renovate or replace the facilities to enhance and expand the teaching, research, innovation, community building and public service capabilities of the college. This plan will build upon the capabilities provided by the Ferland Engineering Education and Design Center, which is under construction, and recently completed North Engineering Annex. The plan will also address the needs of the Army and Navy ROTC programs for integration into the facilities under review as part of this rolling master plan.
UMS Facilities Management and General Services and McDonough, Carolyn, "Request for Qualifications for Master Planning Maine College of Engineering, Computing and Information Science" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 2009.
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