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2021 Fall Storm Damage Repairs – Design and Permitting
Description: The purpose of this RFQ is to select a consultant or consultant team with expertise in FEMA processes, site investigations and analyses, surveying, engineering, and permitting services for the repair of roads and drainage infrastructure due to severe storm damages incurred at two locations at Moran State Park in San Juan County and one location at Larrabee State Park in Whatcom County. This work is funded by FEMA.
Customer Reference Number: RFQ 123-362
Close Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Posting Organization: State Parks & Recreation Commission
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=48861

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RFQ EAST Camano Drive/ Cross Island Road Intersection Improvements
The work to be performed by the consultant consists of the design and construction support of a new roundabout at the intersection of N East Camano Drive and E Cross Island Road, located on Camano Island in Island County, Washington. This project includes the connection of Arrowhead Road into the intersection. The general scope of work includes collection and analysis of geotechnical data, completion of a topographic and right of way survey, environmental permitting, right of way appraisal and negotiation and the design and installation of a four-leg roundabout. This project has a 13% DBE goal. Tasks may include but are not limited to the following: • Design of a new four leg Roundabout at the intersection of N East Camano Drive and E Cross Island Road, including an Arrowhead Road leg. • Preparation of a Drainage Report and analysis of Stormwater Quality Requirements. • Preparation of a Geotechnical Engineering Report: • Preparation of a Full Topographic Survey and Existing Conditions for Plan Development: • Preparation of a Right of Way Plan. • Property Appraisal and Negotiation for new Right of Way and Temporary Construction Easements. • All environmental work and reporting necessary to meet permitting requirements set by Island County Planning, WDFW, WDOE, and the US Army Corps of Engineers, including assessment, mitigation and monitoring. • Coordination with purveyors regarding all utility related issues, if any. • Develop Roundabout project concepts to facilitate public input, and coordinate with the public, stakeholders, and Island County and Public Meetings. • Development of full plan sets, stamped by an Engineer, meeting the requirements of Island County, LAG manual, and applicable state and federal regulations • Development of project specific special provisions in the format of WSDOT’s standard specifications, and meeting the requirements of Island County, LAG Manual, and applicable state and federal regulations.
SOQ’s must be received by Island County no later than 3:00 PM on November 15th, 2022.
Full text of the Request for Qualifications is available as an electronic download from the County’s websites: https://www.islandcountywa.gov/Pages/rfp.aspx https://www.islandcountywa.gov/PublicWorks/Pages/doingbusinesswithicpw.aspx

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RFQ – Post Point Generator and Controls Upgrade and Replacement 60B-2022
Solicitation Description: The City desires to hire a firm to evaluate the existing Generators, and control systems, propose changes to the system, and engineer upgrades for the hardware and software systems. The City would like to upgrade these systems in a phased approach so as the Waste Water Treatment Plant will always have reliable Back-up Power generation available during a power outage.
The City expects these services to be required for the next couple of years based the size, complexity and scope of the project replacing and upgrading all on the components involved in the City’s emergency generator system. The City reserves the right to complete all or a limited scope of the project with the selected firm.
Requests for clarification are due Wednesday, November 9, 2022 4:00PM
Bids are due Wednesday, November 16, 2022 11:00AM
Visit this bid on our website at https://cob.procureware.com/Bids/02e85058-3051-4a7e-82b9-05644189ddca to review this opportunity.

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On Call Natural Resources Consulting 22-01
Due Date: 11/16/2022 5:00 PM
Owner: Port of Vancouver
The objective of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to solicit and evaluate proposers to determine up to four of the most capable, qualified consultants to enter into an agreement to assist in the port’s goals, objectives and projects for managing its natural resources.
As projects develop, it often requires quick, professional, and creative solutions to complex environmental issues. The port requires general environmental-natural resource consulting services to support the port’s environmental stewardship program and new business development. This work may include, but not be limited to:
Site investigation for the presence of natural resources and habitat
Environmental surveys and monitoring
Wetland delineations
Professional opinions and recommendations regarding natural resource management
SEPA, NEPA and ESA compliance documentation
Local, state, and federal land use and natural resources permitting, including but not limited to; air, riparian, wetlands, in-water, critical areas, trees, habitat, shorelines, stormwater, and general land use planning and projects.
Project management as it relates to natural resources projects
Coordination with local, state and federal regulatory agencies such as City of Vancouver; Washington Departments of Ecology, Fish and Wildlife and Natural Resources; US Army Corps of Engineers; National Marine Fisheries Service; US Fish and Wildlife Service; etc.
Tracking regulatory processes, emerging issues and code changes that may impact port operations
Site planning and feasibility assistance
Strategic permitting assistance on market-driven development opportunities including environmental justice considerations
Mitigation plan preparation, construction oversight and monitoring
Associated graphics assistance
Local neighborhood and community coordination and oversight
Visit this request for proposal on our website at https://portvanusa.procureware.com/Bids/78e8c951-fc26-4a4c-99dc-d26a04b6bd6e

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RFQ Engineering and Design for Goldie Street to Hoffman Road Trail Connector
Island County Public Works (AGENCY) solicits interest from consulting firms with expertise in Civil Engineering, Right of Way, Construction Management, Environmental Review, and Regulatory Permit Processing. Consultants will be considered for the following project: GOLDIE STREET TO HOFFMAN ROAD TRAIL CONNECTOR PROJECT DESCRIPTION The work to be performed by the CONSULTANT consists of preparing preliminary engineering, PS&E for the design and construction of a 10-ft wide asphalt non-motorized multi-use trail in WSDOT right-of-way adjacent to SR-20 between Goldie Street and Hoffman Road in the vicinities of the City of Oak Harbor and Island County, WA.
The general scope of work for the project includes 30 percent design and PS&E for a cost opinion to construct the trail and addressing the following major features/challenges: *Design and engineering of a paved 10-foot-wide multi-use pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian surface trail in a rural and urban setting *Design drainage features *Geotechnical and Storm-water analysis *Coordination with existing commercial business access *Determination of right of way needs, right of way plan preparation *Environmental planning, preparation and securing all environmental and regulatory permit applications and completion of required environmental documentation *Development of environmental mitigation strategies as necessary *Performance of soils exploration and analysis *Design retaining walls – if any *Traffic Control Plans for work in SR 20 Right-of-Way *Familiarity with WSDOT Design Manual, “Shared Use Paths,” Chapters 1510 and 1515 *Familiarity with Federal Highway Administration policies and standards for shared use trails *Coordination with Utility purveyors regarding all utility related issues *Public outreach and coordination working with WSDOT, local governments, property owners, and other stakeholders *Estimate project cost and construction schedule All design work to meet/follow AGENCY standards, the WSDOT LAG Manual, the WSDOT Design Manual, and applicable State and Federal regulations SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES
The submittal must be received no later than 3:00 PM on November 16, 2022 Submittals WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED after the specified date and time. Mailing Address: Island County Public Works, Attn: Catherine Kelley, Project Manager PO Box 5000, Coupeville, WA 98239-50000 Physical Address:Public Works Counter 1 NE 6th Street, Coupeville, WA
For a copy of the complete Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and any questions regarding the project, contact Catherine Kelley at CatherineK@islandcountywa.gov or (360) 678-7965.
Full text of the Request for Qualifications is available as an electronic download from the County’s website.
WEBSITE LOCATIONS: https://www.islandcountywa.gov/Pages/rfp.aspx https://www.islandcountywa.gov/PublicWorks/Pages/doingbusinesswithicpw.aspx.

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Whidbey Marine & Auto Supply Remedial Investigation & Feasibility Study
Description: CONTRACTOR to conduct remedial field activities to address data gaps to complete a Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study
Customer Reference Number: RFQQ 2314 TCP
Close Date: Thursday, November 17, 2022
Posting Organization: Department of Ecology
Questions regarding this opportunity should be directed to the contact person listed in WEBS for this opportunity.
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RFQ Consulting for Design & Construction Observation Services for Airport P02.551
Closing Date/Time: 11/21/2022 12:00 PM
The City of Arlington Washington Municipal Airport is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from firms interested in providing consulting engineering services for the design and construction observation of improvements to take place over a five-year period (on-call). The improvements include, but are not limited to the following:
Infrastructure needs and development
Property site development
Access points, roads and security
Drainage Analysis and improvements
Beacons, PAPI system, etc.
Signs
Perimeter fencing
Pavement Rehabilitation
Building renovation and construction
Other miscellaneous airport work as may be required.
A more detailed description of the work may be obtained via email, U.S. mail from Dave Ryan, Airport Director City of Arlington Municipal Airport, 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. A Arlington WA 98223 Phone: 360-403-3470, email: dryan@arlingtonwa.gov.
The scope of work for the desired consulting services includes design engineering, project management of supporting programs (including, but not limited to the DBE Program), and construction management as well as all portions of Federal airport grant process from project pre-application through project closeout.
Selection criteria contained in the Federal Aviation Administration Circular 150/5100-14, as amended, will be applied in the following order of importance:
Recent airport experience and knowledge of projects similar to the project(s) referenced above.
Interest shown.
Ability to meet schedules.
Ability to keep work within budget.
Qualifications of project manager and technical staff assigned to the project(s).
References.
The selection of the successful firm will be based upon:
Evaluation of the experience and qualifications of those firms submitting statements under this announcement.
Personal interviews and/or telephone interviews may be held at the discretion of the City of Arlington Municipal Airport.
Any contacts awarded under this request for qualifications are expected to be funded in part by United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grants. The proposed contract will be under and subject to Executive Order 11246 of 24 September 1965, as amended (Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Opportunity).
Please read Request for Qualifications document here: http://www.arlingtonwa.gov/Bids.aspx?BidID=102

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Consultants Evaluate Horizontal Curves for Safety Improvements
Island County Public Works (Agency) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from consulting firms (CONSULTANT) who wish to be considered to provide professional services to Island County. Consulting firms will be evaluated for conducting a comprehensive study and recommendation of countermeasures to reduce collisions associated with lane departures traveling through horizontal curves. The study will provide a detailed recommendation and cost estimate of suggested countermeasures for each curve evaluated. The recommendation must be suitable for presentation to elected officials providing consistent and unbiased determinations. Professional services rendered by any person, contracting to perform activities within the scope of the general definition of professional practice per RCW 18.43 must have Professional Registration (or other appropriate license) in the State of Washington and must be registered as a company/firm licensed to perform “engineering services” in the State of Washington.
Details and SOQ documents are available free of charge by contacting Nikki Davis, Traffic Engineer at n.davis@islandcountywa.gov or by calling (360) 678-7953.
SOQ must be received by Island County no later than 4:00 PM on November 28th, 2022 Full text of the Request for Qualifications is available as a free electronic download from the County’s website.
WEBSITE LOCATION: https://www.islandcountywa.gov/PublicWorks/Pages/doingbusinesswithicpw.aspx

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RFQ Engineering & Design Services Pressentin Park/Cascade Trail: For Bridge, Pathway, And Infrastructure Repairs
Skagit County invites the submittal of written statements of qualifications from firms interested in providing Engineering and Design Services for the Pressentin Park /Cascade Trail Infrastructure damage sustained in the 2021 flooding event.
Scope: The Engineering and Design work will provide contract ready documents for the necessary repairs to Pressentin Park/Cascade Trail for restoring these facilities back to their pre-disaster design, function, and capacity (in-kind) within the existing footprint. The end design should include proposals for reducing future floodwater impacts (mitigation) to the parks and trails. Associated park/trail design work includes but is not limited to, ADA-accessible trails and bridges. The work to be performed by the Consultant consists of assessing the infrastructure damage and creating the engineered design for the necessary repairs to the park/trail infrastructure that was damaged in the 2021 flood event. Hazard mitigation measures are to be considered and proposed to reduce flood impacts in the future.
Submittal: Cover letter shall include the following information: Firm name, phone and email addresses; Name of Principal-in-Charge. The submittal package shall be limited to a one-page cover letter and qualifications of up to eight (8) pages maximum (single-sided, letter size, excluding front and back cover). Submittals will be evaluated and ranked based on the following criteria: 1) Key personnel; 2) Firm experience with WSDOT Specifications; 3) Firm experience with RCO funded projects; 4) Experience as an owner representative on park development and salmon restoration projects with construction value between $1 and $2 million; 5) Experience working on construction projects with engineered log jams; 6) Experience with contractor coordination; 7) Approach to project; 8) Firm’s response time to project site; 9) Past performance/references; 10) Ability to meet County’s schedule. Selection of candidates will be made on qualifications submitted for this request, with top candidates selected to be interviewed.
Interested firms are encouraged to submit 4 hard copies, or an electronic PDF copy of your Statement of Qualifications to Brian Adams, Director, Skagit County Parks, 1730 Continental Place, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273 by Thursday, November 30, 2022 no later than 2:00 p.m. No submittals will be accepted after that date and time. If submitting electronically, email your Statement of Qualifications to briana@co.skagit.wa.us.
Any questions regarding this project shall be directed to Brian Adams at (360) 416-1356, or by email at briana@co.skagit.wa.us.
For questions regarding Skagit County’s Title VI Program, you may contact the Public Works Department’s Title VI Liaison, Grace Kane, P.E., at (360) 416-1400

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RFQ Consultant Services – Floodplain Modeling and Architectural
The City of Everson is seeking one or more qualified firms to provide professional engineering and architectural services on a “task order” basis. We are seeking firms to address floodplain modeling and architectural projects only. Please designate on your RFQ response whether you wish to be considered for one or both project areas.
Scope of Services: The City of Everson seeks professional engineering and architectural services to assist with particular projects as may be needed. Projects may be any within the scope of professional engineering and architecture, but are anticipated to be primarily, but not necessarily limited to, floodplain modeling of the Nooksack River and architectural design of a new or converted City Hall.
Term of Contract: The City of Everson intends to enter into a yearly contract with each of the selected engineering or architectural firms. The contracts may be renewed, at the discretion of the City.
Evaluation of Proposals: Selection criteria shall be based on the: qualifications and experience of the team members tailored to a project, production capabilities, similar project experience, consultant workload, references/quality of past performance, company experience and reputation, ability to meet deadlines for contract performance, staff availability for the project, experience working on state-funded and federally funded projects, and compliance with statutes and rules relating to contracts or services. Proposals shall be no more than 12 pages, not including the cover letter. The City will select up to 3 firms to interview for each area of project expertise requested.
Contents of Proposals: Each firm that wishes to submit a proposal in response to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) must submit 5 copies along with a cover letter. Each proposal shall include the Firm’s name and address along with the heading: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – FLOODPLAIN MODELING & ARCHITECTURAL.
Deadline: All proposals in response to this Request for Qualifications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on November 30, 2022. Proposals shall be mailed to City of Everson, P.O. Box 315, Everson WA 98247, or hand-delivered to Everson City Hall at 111 W. Main Street, Everson, WA.

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RFQ Division/Broadway Restoration Project
STPUS- NHPP 9931 (024) P-02.521 Design Services
Statement of Qualifications Due: December 6, 2022
Project Information: The City of Arlington is requesting interested consulting engineering firms submit Statements of Qualifications (SOQ’s) for the preparation of engineering design plans, specifications, cost estimates, and construction bid documents for the Broadway-Division Restoration Project (see attached Project Area map). The City of Arlington reserves the right to amend terms of this “Request for Qualifications” (RFQ) to circulate various addenda, or to withdraw the RFQ at any time.
Background: Division St and Broadway Ave were main thoroughfares and a central part of Arlington’s transportation system long before SR-9 or SR-530 were constructed. Today, Division Street is the main entrance into Arlington for vehicles driving on SR-530 and has numerous restaurants and stores along the roadway. Broadway Ave connects to SR-530 and passes through the northern edge of Arlington’s residential neighborhood; there is a mixture of high-density housing, single-family residential houses and a grocery store. Division and Broadway also accommodate Arlington’s main bus route and are used extensively by pedestrian traffic. The Centennial Trail, the main N-S pedestrian and bike trail passing through Snohomish County, passes through Arlington and crosses at Division St.
Project: This project proposes to rehabilitate the Division-Broadway corridor improving mobility and safety for both vehicles and pedestrians. Work includes general analysis of vehicle and pedestrian flow and movements, resurfacing existing pavement, replacing non-ADA compliant curb ramps, installing high visibility crosswalks, installing Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacons, design of improvements to the two roundabouts (roundabout aprons, modification of splitter islands, etc.), signage, landscaping and lighting.
Due Date: In person, deliveries will be accepted at the Public Works Office at 154 W Cox, Arlington, WA 98223 until 2:00 PM on October 25, 2022. Deliveries via US Post must be postmarked by October 25, 2022.
Questions: Address all RFQ questions to the Project Administrator, Linda Taylor, at ltaylor@arlingtonwa.gov. Questions and inquiries received before 2:00 pm on October 20, 2022 will be answered. The City reserves the right to reject any and all submittals that are not responsive to this RFQ request.
Full Request For Qualifications Document: http://www.arlingtonwa.gov/Bids.aspx?BidID=103
Please read full document at: https://arlingtonwa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/8236/RFQ-Division-St-2022

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RFQ Affordable Housing Development
San Juan County is soliciting applications from affordable housing developers to partner with the County in the development of affordable housing on a 1.75 acre parcel located in the Town of Friday Harbor on the corner of Argyle Avenue and Malcom Street. The site is owned by the County and is within walking distance to major amenities in the Town of Friday Harbor including the ferry landing, schools, grocery stores, etc. The site presents a unique opportunity for a large-scale affordable housing development serving a variety of income levels, primarily households that earn at or below 80% of Area Median Income (AMI). The County wishes to enter into a developer agreement to create an affordable housing rental development that maintains the character and design of the historic Argyle neighborhood in Friday Harbor while maximizing allowable density for long-term affordable housing rental units, with restrictions to ensure permanent affordability.
Proposals are due no later than 5:00pm Friday December 9, 2022.
The Request for Qualifications document is available on the County website: http://www.sanjuanco.com/896/Affordable-Housing.
More information about this Request for Qualifications is available from Ryan Page, Housing Program Coordinator, San Juan County Health and Community Services, (360)370-0590 or ryanp@sanjuanco.com

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RFQ Judy Water Treatment Plant Disinfection Study
Due Date: December 21, 2022, at 3:00 p.m.
Public Utility District No. 1 of Skagit County (Skagit PUD) requests Statements of Qualifications from engineering consultants to develop and evaluate detailed alternatives for converting the disinfection processes for Skagit PUD’s Judy Water Treatment Plant (WTP). The WTP currently utilizes chlorine dioxide, free chlorine, and chloramines in its treatment process. In 2020, Skagit PUD completed a WTP Condition Assessment that included disinfection options. The preferred alternative treatment sequence includes ozone pretreatment, ballasted flocculation, and biological filtration. This study will advance this alternative treatment sequence by examining the conversion from gaseous to aqueous chlorine and an appropriate residual disinfectant. The Judy WTP has a nameplate treatment capacity of 24 million gallons per day (mgd) and an assumed hydraulic capacity of 30 mgd. Current average flow rates are between 9 and 11 mgd, and maximum day flow rates are between 15 and 19 mgd.
A copy of the Request for Qualification packet can be obtained by contacting the Contract Coordinator, Catherine Price, at (360) 848-4472 or by emailing price@skagitpud.org.