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April 4, 2007
Toronto's streets due for a major facelift
Models that illustrate the proposed street furniture designs submitted by the three firms in response to the City’s RFP for a Coordinated Street Furniture Program are on display in the rotunda at Toronto City Hall today from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The street furniture designs can also be viewed on the city’s website at www.toronto.ca/streetfurniture.
The city has embarked on a number of Clean and Beautiful City initiatives to improve and elevate the quality of public spaces.
Evaluation of the proposals under the RFP process includes review by an independent Design Jury, composed of recognized professionals in their disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, industrial design, graphic design and the arts.
City staff expect to report on the evaluation results, which also take into account functionality, financial and qualification aspects, to the Executive Committee on April 30.
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