RFQs

On-Call Services Program


The On-Call Services Program – formerly the Consultant Qualification Program (CQP) – is an initiative of the Vice President for Campus Services and Stewardship, managed by the MIT Office of Campus Planning in partnership with the MIT Department of Facilities. 

The program is intended to provide MIT teams with on-call access to skilled professional expertise in a range of disciplines for modestly-sized, frequently occurring project needs. 

We look forward to meeting new firms and refreshing our acquaintance with firms we have worked with before. Information on open Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) and Solicitations of Interest (SOI) is provided below.

Questions

Please note that we will be unable to answer phone calls regarding these solicitations. Note the method and deadline for submitting technical and substantive questions is included in each RFQ or SOI. 

Solicitation of Interest, March 2021: 

On-Call Architects for Interior Space Renovations 

MIT is seeking skilled architectural firms – including minority-owned, women-owned, and emerging business enterprises – to provide design services as on-call architects for interior space renovations. 
 
On-call interior space renovation architects will provide design services for renovation of offices, classrooms, and other modest-scale projects on an as-needed basis.
Total Project Cost for interior space renovation projects typically ranges from $200,000 - $2 million, and occasionally approaches $5 million. 
 
MIT invites all qualified firms to submit their qualifications.
 

Schedule and instructions