The governing body of Clarke County is the Clarke County Commission, consisting of five members elected by the citizens of Clarke County. The Chairman of the County Commission rotates approximately every nine months.
The County Commission meets every second and fourth Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. in the Annex Building of the Clarke County Courthouse in the Commissioners Courtroom located at 114 Court Street.
CLARKE COUNTY ALABAMA
RFP 2022-01: MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND ENERGY SAVINGS RFP
RESPONSE TO QUESTION
Question: “I notice that the RFQ is for Architectural/Engineering Services. Is this RFQ just for an engineering firm that will come in and design the system? Is the plan after the systems are designed to bid out each piece individually for installation? Or is this RFQ for a Performance Contract where an Energy Services company will come in an design, construct etc..?”
RESPONSE: Consistent with Sections 1.1 and 1.2 of the RFP, Clarke County is seeking a vendor “to provide full Architectural Services for updates to the mechanical and ventilation systems of the Clarke County Jail and the Clarke County Courthouse as well as possible energy savings upgrades.” It is anticipated that most work pursuant to this RFP will be let consistent with Public Works Law. The County, “is interested in employing energy savings measures as part of its renovations to the County Jail and the Courthouse” and reserves the right to further pursue an energy savings contract pursuant to the Guaranteed Energy Cost Savings Act, if deemed to be in the best interest of the County, consistent with Section 1.2.