UMSL – College of Nursing Phase III

Color Art Construction, a general contractor is seeking competitive bids for UMSL - College of Nursing (C.O.N) is expanding upon their recently renovated Learning and Simulation labs in Seton Hall. Approximately 9,100 sqft of space on the ground level of Seton Hall will be updated to provide a state of the art (7) bed Skills Lab and (3) Simulation Rooms with associated Debrief and Control Rooms. The Skills Lab will be separated from an adjoining classroom with an operable partition to support a flexible and collaborative learning environment. Simulation labs will include millwork with medical grade sinks. Classrooms will be outfitted with new flexible furniture to further enhance the learning environment and align with the school’s curriculum. Project location is 1 University Blvd, Seton Hall, St. Louis, MO 63121.

The project scope includes but is not limited to final clean, demolition, structural steel, carpentry, millwork, glass and glazing, doors/frames/hardware, drywall, ACT, painting, flooring, operable partitions, fabric panels, window shades, corner guards, fire extinguishers and cabinets, toilet accessories, toilet partitions, sprinklers, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical. A bid walk is scheduled for Tuesday, May 30th at 10:00am. Bids should be emailed to Color Art Construction no later than Friday, June 9th end of business day.

Please email your bid or any questions to

SUPPLIER DIVERSITY PARTICIPATION GOALS: The project has as a goal, subcontracting with the twenty percent (20%) combined Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women Business Enterprise (WBE), Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE), and Veteran Supplier Diversity participation; and, three percent (3%) Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVE) participation.


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