The State Universities Retirement System (SURS) is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to provide office furniture and related design, delivery and installation services for a newly-renovated work space. Specifically, we are looking for a firm to collaborate with SURS to finalize the layout and configuration of cubicles and/or case goods for three (3) different departments using a tentative layout provided by SURS. The vendor will also provide furniture for private offices, a break room, and other multi-purpose meeting areas.
The State Universities Retirement System (SURS) is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to provide a complete and operational low voltage network (also referred to as “structured network cabling system”). This includes labor, materials, transportation, equipment, and miscellaneous services required to accomplish this result for a newly-renovated work space located at 1801 Fox Drive, Champaign, IL.
The February Advocate is now available online, featuring articles on the two new buyout options, the FY 2018 annual report, 2019 educational webinars and seminars, investments, legislation, SURS employee of the year, 1099-R forms and much more. www.surs.org/advocate
he State Universities Retirement System (SURS) is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to establish a multi-year contract for construction services. Specifically, we are looking for a firm to act as General Contractor ("G/C") for renovations to a recently-acquired property located at 1801 Fox Drive, Champaign, IL and for additional construction services that may be requested during the contract term.
Callan, on behalf of the State Universities Retirement System (SURS), is requesting information from qualified firms interested in providing real asset investment services, which are limited to private real estate and infrastructure. All information and required documents are available on Callan’s website (www.callan.com) and on the SURS website (www.surs.org).
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