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This page provides information about Requests for Proposals, Information, or Letters from the Administrative Office of the Courts and the Judicial Information Division.

RFP: Fourth Judicial District Court

RFP Name: Fourth Judicial District Court
Ad for RFP
Open Date: September 8, 2023
Close Date: September 29, 2023
Contact for submitting RFP: Jeff Romero, lved-apinvoice-grp@nmcourts.gov, 505-425-7281 ext 2290

RFP: Request for Architectural and Engineering Services for the New Mexico Supreme Court Building

This RFP has been withdrawn and will be reissued shortly.

Open Date: August 15, 2023

Close Date and Time: TBD

Purpose: Assist in formulating requirements for new or renovated basement offices, Law Library book storage area, and associated spaces in the historic New Mexico Supreme Court Building, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Contact for submitting RFP: Kerry Armour, Procurement Manager 505-412-9163 aockla@nmcourts.gov

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