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City of Springfield Looking for Architects

The City of Springfield is soliciting qualification statements from firms interested in providing professional architectural services for the Springfield Police Headquarters Facility Improvement project located at 321 E. Chestnut Expressway.  

The Springfield Police Headquarters building was originally constructed in 1969 and underwent previous renovations in 2005. The current improvements will include the replacement of the building roof, HVAC rooftop equipment and carpet as well as renovations to the upper and lower-level conference rooms and upper-level corridor kitchenette. The project will also include the evaluation and refinement of Police Department program needs.

The Request for Qualifications and accompanying exhibits can be viewed at Qualified architecture firms desiring consideration are invited to submit their digital Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 6 via email to

The total budget for the Police Headquarters Facility Improvement Project is approximately $2 million funded through the Law Enforcement Sales Tax, General Fund Carryover Funds and a 2022 Byrne/JAG Grant. The target for project construction is early spring of 2024. 

For questions related to the Request for Qualifications, email