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Fast Ferry Terminal


Location: City of Rochester, County of Monroe, State of New York

Purpose: The City of Rochester is pleased to announce a Public Art Project to be located at the Fast Ferry Terminal. The primary objective of this project is to visually celebrate arrival at this Port of Entry to the United States and to showcase the Port of Rochester. The project will provide for a minimum of three works of art; the City reserves the right to commission a single artist or multiple artists to complete the project.

Budget: Maximum funding available for solicitation, selection, design, execution, delivery and installation for all is $150,000.

Prospectus Available Thursday 3/04/04

Informational Meetings/On Site Wednesday 3/10/04 9:30 A.M. and Thursday 3/11/04 4:30 P.M. Click here to download and print map using Acrobat Reader.

Proposals Due Monday 4/12/04 5:00 P.M.

Project Coordinator:
Sandra Pinkney
City of Rochester
Department of Environmental Services
30 Church Street Room 300B
Rochester, New York 14614
[email protected]

Port of Rochester Project Manager:

William M. Price
City of Rochester
Department of Environmental Services
30 Church Street
Rochester, New York

The Prospectus will be available for pick up beginning March 4, 2004, in Room 300B, City Hall, 30 Church Street; or at the informational meetings being held on March 10th and 11th at the terminal facility or CLICK HERE to download using Adobe Acrobat Reader

There will be two opportunities for the artists to meet with the project manager and project coordinator to discuss the requirements of the proposal. The meetings will be held on site at the Fast Ferry Terminal at the times specified above (See Schedule). Artists who arrive with hard hats in hand will be guided through the terminal to view the areas where the public art could be placed. There will be no additional opportunity for the artists to view the terminal facility after these meetings.




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