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RFQ Terminal 4 Expansion & Redevelopment: T4 Dock Fender & Stormwater Upgrades
Submittal Deadline: 3:00 PM on Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Number Of Copies: One electronic copy (PDF by email)
Submit To: Kris Koski, Port Engineer – kkoski@portgrays.org
Request For Qualifications: The Port of Grays Harbor (the “Port”) is soliciting statements of qualifications (“SOQs”) from qualified firms to provide engineering and design services (“Services”) for the T4 Dock Fender & Stormwater Upgrades (the “T4 Dock Upgrades”) portion of the Terminal 4 Expansion & Redevelopment Project (the “Project”).
The Project is described below and with detailed information available at https://www.portofgraysharbor.com/pidpfy22.
SOQs shall be received by the Port no later than 3:00 PM on Wednesday, August 10, 2022. It is the responsibility of the firms to ensure that SOQs are received by the Port on-time.
Submittal Requirements: SOQs shall include the following parts.
1. Cover Letter (one 8.5×11 page maximum)
2. SOQ Body (ten 8.5×11 pages maximum)
* Project Understanding – Describe your understanding of the area, the need for the project, and the goals of this scope of work.
* Project Team – List the project team members that will be working on this project, including subconsultants, if any. Indicate each individuals availability and what each persons active role will be.
* Experience – Describe the experience of your firm in performing this type of work, including the team members that will be working on the project and any subconsultants.
* Project Approach – Outline and describe how you intend to manage the project and work with the Port.
* References (minimum three)
3. Resumes (limit one 8.5×11 page per individual, no total page limit)
Preliminary Schedule:
Consultant Selection 8/10/22-8/16/22
Contract Negotiation 8/17/22-8/23/22
Begin Scope of Services 8/24/22
Contact: Kris Koski, Port Engineer | 360-533-9545 | kkoski@portgrays.org, Port of Grays Harbor, PO Box 660, Aberdeen, WA 98520-0038, portofgraysharbor.com

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RFPS Bellingham Shipping Terminal Marine Infrastructure And Dredging
Closing Date/Time: 8/11/2022 2:00 PM
The Port of Bellingham (Port) is issuing this Request for Professional Services (RFPS) to solicit responses from consulting firms with suitable expertise and experience in providing design, permitting and bid document development services for structural improvements (includes design of a heavy lift section located within the Central Terminal along with other structural maintenance elements) and maintenance dredging at the Port’s Bellingham Shipping Terminal (BST), located at 629 Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham, Washington.
The deadline for RFPS submittals is 2:00 PM on August 11, 2022. One electronic copy, not to exceed 20 pages, including signed cover letter and attachments, shall be transmitted to: Brian Wilson, Port of Bellingham, PO Box 1677, Bellingham, WA 98227-1677, BrianW@portofbellingham.com
Interviews will be scheduled with the top respondents (minimum 3).
Scoring and Firm Selection: SOQs will be reviewed and scored by a project team consisting of Port staff. A minimum of three highest-scoring firms will be selected for follow up interviews, the firm deemed to be the most highly qualified to provide the services required for the project shall be invited to enter into contract negotiation with the Port.
Review criteria responses should include a cover letter and address the following evaluation criteria:
1. Design qualifications and project experience (50 points possible)
Demonstrate relevant experience with this project or similar projects.
Demonstrate expertise in permitting marine infrastructure repair or construction.
Discuss ability to administer this PIDP MARAD grant.
2. Project approach (35 points possible):
Professional background and responsibilities of proposed project team.
Detailed narrative of proposed project approach.
Proposed schedule.
Demonstrate familiarity with the project site by discussing potential design limitations and/or opportunities.
3. Demonstrated Capability to Perform Professional Services (15 points possible).
List key assigned personnel, licensing, and professional background.
List references that would attest to the expertise of the company and the assigned personnel.
Scope Of Work: The selected firm will provide grant administration support, prepare technical and environmental reports, develop comprehensive plans for 30%, 60%, and 90% plan reviews, develop technical specifications suitable for a public works bid, and will assist the Port in obtaining the necessary remaining permits for construction. In a subsequent phase of work, the selected firm may be called upon for assistance with construction inspection and administration. This project is funded in part by a U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) Marine Administration (MARAD) grant agreement under the fiscal year 2020 Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP).
State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA) and National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) documentation/applications for structural improvements and maintenance dredging is currently being pursued by the Port in advance of the MARAD grant execution. Consultant may need to support these efforts.
For more information about the facility and scope of work, please refer to the draft grant statement of work below.
Technical Expertise
The consultant performing the work shall have exceptional knowledge and demonstrated experience with the following:
• Maritime Administration (MARAD) / US Department of Transportation (USDOT) grant management.
• Civil, structural, and marine engineering.
• Geotechnical exploration and analysis.
• Hydrology & hydraulics.
• Utility design.
• Permitting of similar projects at the local, state, and federal levels.
• Construction scheduling and phasing at an active shipping terminal.
• City of Bellingham Development Guidelines and Improvement Standards, and the Bellingham Municipal Code.
• City of Bellingham and Department of Ecology standards for storm water management, per the most recently adopted version of the SWMMWW.
• Construction administration and management in compliance with USDOT/MARAD grant funding.
PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE:
July 2022 Request for professional services advertisement.
Aug ‘22-Sept. ‘22 Consultant selection, contract negotiation.
Oct. 2022 Consultant contract execution.
Oct ’22 – May ‘23 Design, environmental and construction permitting.
May 2023 Bid advertisement.
July 2023 Construction award.
Contact Person: Larry Scholten, Senior Project Engineer larrys@portofbellingham.com 360-715-7378
Read more here: https://www.portofbellingham.com/Bids.aspx?BidID=136

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RFQ Design Services
The City of Blaine (“City”) is seeking submittals from firms interested in providing professional services to the Public Works Department to design the roadway, stormwater, and utility improvements for Yew Avenue, a local roadway, which sustained damage to the roadway side slope and the culvert during the record-breaking weather events in November 2021. The selected Consultant shall have thorough knowledge of City utilities and prior experience with FEMA related projects of similar scope and size.
Interested parties should send a facsimile request to City of Blaine Public Works Department at 360-332-8820 or via email to customerservice@cityofblaine.com to receive the complete package for Request for Qualifications.
The City invites all interested parties to respond to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) by submitting their qualifications relating to this type of project. Disadvantaged, minority and women-owned consultant firms are encouraged to respond. Upon consideration of the submittals, the City will negotiate final terms with the selected party.
Interested parties should deliver five (5) copies of their response packets no later than 11:00 a.m., PST August 11th, 2022.

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RFQ for CE/CM Services for Thornton St Project, Vista Dr to Malloy Ave
The City of Ferndale (City) is seeking Statements of Qualifications from Professional Engineering firms with experience providing construction inspection and engineering services. This agreement’s term will be approximately two years, with the option for the City to extend it for additional time and money if necessary.
Project Description: The work to be performed by the CONSULTANT consists of providing construction inspection, materials testing, surveying, construction management, and other engineering services as needed to deliver the project for improvements on the Thornton St Project, Vista Dr to Malloy Ave. It is anticipated this project will be assigned an UDBE agreement goal, to be determined by WSDOT.
Evaluation Criteria
Submittals will be evaluated and ranked based on the following criteria:
1) Qualification of Proposed Project Manager and other team members assigned to the project
2) Qualifications/Expertise of Firm
3) Ability to meet schedule
4) Approach to project
5) Familiarity with WSDOT/FHWA standards
6) Past Performance/References
7) Approach to meet a DBE goal or SBE goal (DBE Participation Plan or SBE Plan)
Submittal
Submittals should be 10 pages or less and include the following information: Firm name, phone and e-mail addresses; Name of Principal-in-Charge and Project Manager; and Number of employees in each firm proposed to work on the project.
Please submit one hard copy of your Statement of Qualifications to the City of Ferndale at 2095 Main Street, or mail via USPS to P.O. Box 936, Ferndale, WA 98248. One electronic copy in pdf format shall be emailed to Public-Works@cityofferndale.org. All submittals are due no later than 5:00PM on Friday, August 12, 2022.
Any questions regarding this project should be directed to Katy Radder, Public Works Project Manager via e-mail at: KatyRadder@cityofferndale.org.

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RFQ Engineering and Environmental Services for the Bay View–Edison Joe Leary Slough Bridge Project
The Skagit County Public Works Department invites the submittal of written statements of qualifications from Consultants interested in providing Engineering and Environmental Services for the resurfacing of the bridge deck and other maintenance required for the Bay View-Edison Joe Leary Bridge. Bay View – Edison Joe Leary Slough Bridge (Deck Overlay) Project #ES31210-5
Project Description The Bay View-Edison Joe Leary Bridge is located on Bay View-Edison Road at MP 5.81 and is a four span 30 foot wide by 100-foot-long concrete “tee-beam” built in 1955.The construction consists of resurfacing the bridge deck, improve existing drainage discharge points and repair bank protection under the abutments. The work to be performed by the Consultant consists of preparation of the PS&E for the deck resurfacing and other maintenance on the Bay View–Edison Joe Leary Bridge No. 40029 that includes design of plans, preparation of project specifications in compliance with local, state, and federal requirements, and construction cost estimate (PS&E), environmental planning and permitting. This assignment may be a multi-phase agreement including pre-bid support, owner’s representative during construction, and contract close out.
Submittal Cover letter accompanying the statement of qualifications required and shall include the following information: Firm name, phone number, and email address; Name of Principal-in-Charge, Project Manager, and Key Personnel. The submittal package shall be limited to one page cover letter and a maximum of 5 pages of qualifications (single-sided, letter size), stating qualifications. Submittals will be evaluated and ranked based on the following criteria: 1) Key personnel; 2) Firms experience with WSDOT PS&E and Federal Highway Administration Standards and requirements; 3) Experience as a structural designer and engineer on bridge maintenance projects valued between $100,000 to $1 million; 4) Approach to project; 5) Firms experience with environmental planning and permitting process; 6) Ability to meet schedule; 7) Familiarity with relevant codes and standards; 8) Past performance/references; 9) Experience with the latest edition of AASHTO Specifications for Highway Bridge Design. Selection will be made on qualifications submitted.
Highest ranking firms will be interviewed.
Please submit one electronic copy (in pdf letter-sized format) to Jennifer Swanson at jennifers@co.skagit.wa.us August 12, 2022, no later than 4:00 p.m. No submittals will be accepted after that date and time. Any questions regarding this project should be directed to Jennifer Swanson at (360) 416-1438, or email her at jennifers@co.skagit.wa.us

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Parcel 10 Architectural Design & Consulting Services 22-35
Requests for clarification are due Monday, August 1, 2022 5:00:00 PM [(UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)].
RFPs are due Wednesday, August 17, 2022 5:00:00 PM [(UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)].
Visit this RFP on our website at https://portvanusa.procureware.com/Bids/19242384-1e6d-4b85-bd0a-f2627de98227 to review this opportunity.

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Solid Waste Landfill Monitoring and Maintenance Services RFP #22-31
The Whatcom County Health Department is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or firms to provide solid waste landfill monitoring and maintenance services, as further described in the solicitation documents.
Additional information, including how to obtain the full solicitation at no charge, is noted on the County website http://www.co.whatcom.wa.us/Bids.aspx or call Purchasing at (360) 778-5330.
The deadline for responses is 2:30 PM, Tuesday, August 23, 2022.
Contact Person: Questions related to the RFP may be submitted in writing by 12:00 PM on Friday, August 5, 2022, and to (please include all emails): jhayden@co.whatcom.wa.us and jthomson@co.whatcom.wa.us
Direct Link: https://www.whatcomcounty.us/Bids.aspx?BidID=471

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Bellevue College – W Building Design Consultant
Description: For full RFQ details, attachments, articles and addendum, please visit our Current Projects Advertised for Consultant Selection page at https://des.wa.gov/services/facilities-leasing/public-works-design-construction/architecture-engineering-design-consultants/current-projects-advertised-consultant-selection
Customer Reference Number: 2020-016
Close Date: Tuesday, August 23, 2022
Posting Organization: Dept. of Enterprise Services (DES)
Questions regarding this opportunity should be directed to the contact person listed in WEBS for this opportunity. To view the full details of this opportunity login now at:
https://pr-webs-vendor.des.wa.gov/Search_BidDetails.aspx?ID=48374
Once logged in, you should be taken directly to this solicitation. To view other solicitations, click on the “Search Opportunities” on the left hand side.
If you need technical assistance please contact WEBS Customer Service via email at webscustomerservice@des.wa.gov or by phone at (360) 902-7400.

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SOQ Carp Creek Vicinity Drainage Improvements
Island County Public Works (AGENCY) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from creative consulting firms (CONSULTANT) with expertise in hydraulic design, fish passage, stream restoration, drainage networks, and culvert design. Consultants will be considered for the following project. The work to be performed by the CONSULTANT consists of developing feasibility study reports, design alternatives, and design and construction support of drainage improvements and fish passage for Carp Creek.
The project encompasses an area from the intersection of Blackburn Road and High Road west to the beach of Saratoga Passage, then North, from North Sunset Drive to the intersection of Olympic Street, on Camano Island, Washington. The general scope of work includes preliminary site characterization, including evaluating existing hydraulic conditions upstream of culvert #1092, which conveys stormwater originating from culvert #1101 to the north along North Sunset Drive; from culvert #1106 to the south along North Sunset Drive; and from the flow path of Carp Creek to the east. This confluence then passes from culvert #1092 through a drainage easement between two parcels, one containing a single-family residence and the other containing a yacht club. The culvert outfall is located on Madrona Beach. Additional culverts from High Road, Madrona Beach Road and North Sunset Drive feed into culvert #1106. The general scope of work also includes collection and analysis of hydraulic data, collection and analysis of geotechnical data, completion of a topographic survey, environmental permitting and monitoring, the design and installation of a fish passable replacement culvert (#1092), and restoration and/or realignment of Carp Creek to current fish passage standards. Tasks may include but are not limited to the following: • Develop Feasibility Study Report • Development of creative Design Alternative Options • Preparation of a Hydraulic Report • Preparation of a Geotechnical Engineering Report • Provide Geotechnical Field Inspection during Construction • Preparation of a Cultural Resource Survey Report • Preparation of a Full Topographic Survey and Existing Conditions for Plan Development • All environmental work and reporting necessary to meet permitting requirements • Development of Full Plan Sets, stamped by a Washington State Licensed Engineer • Development of Project Specific Special • All CAD drafting and design work completed according to Island County CAD standards
SOQ’s must be received by Island County no later than 4:30 PM on August 31, 2022.
Full text of the Request for Qualifications is available by contacting Sheila Daut at s.daut@islandcountywa.gov or as an electronic download from the County’s website
https://www.islandcountywa.gov/Pages/rfp.aspx https://www.islandcountywa.gov/PublicWorks/Pages/doingbusinesswithicpw.aspx

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RFQ Architectural and Engineering Consultants
The Housing Authority of Island County invites interested architectural and engineering consultants desiring to provide A&E services for a wide variety of capital improvement projects at the Housing Authority to enter the selection process to provide architectural and engineering consultant services by submitting a list of qualifications. The Housing Authority of Island County is planning to contract with an architectural and engineering firm to provide support to the Executive Director as may be requested from time to time.
These services may include: * Design and construction management of capital improvement projects. * Pre-submittal meeting / walkthrough * Monitoring the project as it progresses. * Proficient in HUD procurement regulations and Davis-Bacon Wage Requirements/Washington State Prevailing Wage Requirements * The Housing Authority of Island County reserves the right to continue with the consultant selected from 2022-2027 for future capital funding projects * Assistance to Executive Director on various capital funding projects
Firms will be considered for selection based upon the following criteria categories, weighted as indicated: Qualifications of Key Personnel (100 points) Previous Performance (100 points) Relevant Experience (100 points )
Qualifications will be accepted at the Housing Authority office located at 7 NW 6th Street, Coupeville, WA 98239 until September 30, 2022. Interested consultants are encouraged to include any additional relevant information to assist the housing authority in making their decision.
Please Contact Teri Anania, Executive Director @ 360-678-4181 X 210 if you have any questions.