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ITN issued for Sanford/Lake Mary Wellness Center

Seminole State College of Florida has issued an Intent to Negotiate (ITN) to solicit responses from interested parties for the development of a Wellness Center on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.

The District Board of Trustees agreed to a concept, vision and timeline for a proposed Wellness Center on the College’s Sanford/Lake Mary Campus at its meeting on Sept. 15.

The College will seek a private partner to design, build, finance, operate and/or maintain the center. Dr. Joe Sarnovsky, executive vice president, said the College is seeking a partner that has experience executing similar projects for joint development and operation of a wellness center.

“The Wellness Center includes the current building H, tennis courts and any additional land that makes sense and is consistent with our master plan for the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus," Sarnovsky said.

The College will leverage available land, infrastructure and campus amenities to lower the total project cost. The partner would have the option of renovating or replacing building H, which first opened in 1975.

Timeline for the project:

  • Sept. 22: ITN issued for Wellness Center
  • Oct. 2: Mandatory information meeting at 11 a.m. (A-200 on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus)
  • Nov. 4: Phase I responses due
  • Nov. 17: Board approves short list of prospects
  • Dec. 8: Phase II ITN responses issued
  • Feb. 18: Phase II ITN responses due
  • June 1: Complete negotiations with finalist
  • June 18: Board enters into agreement

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