The Las Vegas Paiute Tribe is seeking proposals from qualified persons with substantial experience in project management and grant management.
To provide project management services for the planning, designing, budgeting, constructing, inspecting and reporting on the construction of a Gymnasium/Wellness Center, roadway and parking area to specifications in the Scope of Work below. The project site is on the Las Vegas Paiute Colony Indian reservation in the downtown area of Las Vegas, Nevada. You are invited to submit a proposal and resume to be received by Travis Parashonts, Director, Las Vegas Paiute Health and Human Services, 1257 Paiute Circle, Las Vegas, Nevada 89106, no later than 1:00 P.M. on Friday, June 12, 2020.
For more information about the scope of work, criteria and submission deadlines, click here: Las Vegas Paiute Tribe – PM
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