Ohio State University (OSU) is on the lookout for firms that can design and construct a $2.5 million compressed natural gas (CNG) station.
OSU has issued a request for qualifications (RFQ), and the university is planning to locate the CNG station in the Kenny Road area of its main campus in Columbus. The RFQ says the facility will be used to provide fast-fill fueling to a variety of light- and heavy-duty vehicles.
According to a Columbus Business First report, the university has four new CNG buses, and this will represent OSU's first CNG station.
The RFQ is available here. Responses are due March 31.