Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission: (RFQ) Environmental Consultant Services Contract for Professional Environmental Consultant Services to conduct Phase I, Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and Remedial Action Plans at multiple locations with Crawford, Dubois, Orange, Perry, Pike, and Spencer Counties Indiana. Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission has secured a $400,000 Brownfields Coalition Assessment Grant for both Petroleum and Hazardous Substances from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to conduct these activities. The project end date is September 30, 2021. The project includes the following:• Assist with conducting a Region-wide evaluation to identify potential Brownfield sites. • Coordinate with the public, county, and municipal officials to identify specific sites to conduct up to 15 - Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. • Conduct up to 11 - Phase II Environmental Site Assessments on those properties with Recognized Environmental Conditions in the Phase I. These may include but not limited to geophysical surveys, soil and ground water testing, lead paint and asbestos testing, and underground storage tank removal and closure. • Conduct up to 6 Remedial Action Plans. • Prepare all required written reports including but not limited to the Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPP), Sampling and Analysis Plan (SAP), and Health and Safety Plans. • Conduct public meetings to allow an open forum to discuss progress/outcome of the project.The Statement of Qualifications must include sufficientin formation regarding qualifications and determine that the environmental consultant is qualified and experienced in EPA funded grants and brownfields property assessments. Do not include a proposed fee with theproposal, as this is a qualifications based selection process.The proposal should include the following: 1. Contact Information: First and foremost, the name, title, address, and telephone number of the individual with the authority to negotiate and bind the proposer contractually, and who may be contacted during the period of proposal evaluation. 2. Program Experience: Experience and ability of the firm to perform, complete, and administer environmental due diligence projects under U.S. EPA Grants and the Indiana Brownfields program; 3. Firm Capacity: A brief description of the firm in terms of location of offices and sub-offices thatmay be engaged in the project; number of professionals in the firm and number to be made available for this project at each location; general statement about the principal types of work done by the firm and the relative amount of Property Assessment work performed; 4. Project Experience: One or two page project summaries for up to five projects of scope and complexity similar to this project. The project descriptions must include a brief description of the project and the work performed by the firm; the firm’s principal investigator or project manager and key professionals who worked on the project; names, phone numbers, and addresses of at least two references from the project client familiar with the work performed by the firm; and project duration; 5. Recent Experience: A list of other projects completed or started within the past five years,the respective clients and client contacts and phone numbers for reference if available; 6. Identification of Staff Members: brief resumes including education, professional certifications,relevant experience, and professional associations; also list specific educational and experience requirements that satisfy the All Appropriate Inquiries Rule defining an Environmental Professional; and availability of the proposed principal investigator or project manager and key professionals to complete the project; 7. Project Timeline: Statement about the ability of the firm to complete the work within the time frame identified in the project schedule above; 8. Capacity: Capability of the firm to complete the project (i.e., availability of monitoring and field sampling equipment; field personnel; analytical resources); and, whether these resources arein-house or must be obtained through contract services, or partner companies; Instructions for Submission of Qualifications: One (1) bound original, seven (7) unbound,double-sided copies and one (1) electronic copy on CD-ROM or removable drive. Statements of Qualifications must be SUBMIT TO: Indiana 15 Regional Planning CommissionAttn: Lisa Gehlhausen 221 East 1st Street Ferdinand, IN 47532 The Statement of Qualifications will be reviewed and ranked to identify at least two for further consideration including interviews with firm representatives. Contract negotiations will be entered into with the highest ranked firm, however if not successful, negotiations will proceed with the next highest ranked firm and so on.