(22-050) Rialto: w/ *ADDENDUM 1* "On-Call" Environmental Services. The scope of work generally includes providing full service environmental services on an as-needed basis for various City projects as assigned. The selected firm(s) shall provide as-needed professional environmental services associated with various City Projects. Contracted firms may be required to provide Environmental Services including but not limited to the following: 1. Conduct Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA). 2. Prepare full Phase I reports as needed and provide recommendations for any further actions. Conduct complete Phase II Environmental Site Investigations, including soil and groundwater investigations, and prepare reports and recommendations. 3. Conduct Phase III Remedial Operations and Monitoring including maintenance and monitoring of soil and groundwater remedial equipment. 4. Groundwater monitoring and testing. 5. Conduct research and observations of lead-based paints, asbestos containing building materials, radon potential, mold issues, oil and gas exploration activities, and methane zone determinations. 6. Conduct surveys of hazardous construction materials such as asbestos, lead paint, mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and other hazardous substances including pre-demolition abatement of hazardous materials, and third-party oversight of consultant operations related to demolition/renovation of structures. 7. Evaluate proposed Work Plans, Regulatory Orders, Closure Plans and other significant documents for completeness, correctness, effectiveness, feasibility of achieving stated objectives, and potential deficiencies. Provide recommendations regarding appropriate modifications, alternatives, and potential liabilities. 8. Conduct environmental sampling, including project management of tasks completed, Sub-Soil Sampling, Sub-Slab Soil Vapor Sampling, Arsenic Sampling, PAH Sampling and Report Preparation. 9. Evaluate and provide a magnitude of cost estimate for the remediation of sites. 10.Complete Health Risk Assessments (HRA) of the existing data for the various properties. 11.Hazardous Materials Survey and Assessment. 12.Safety Hazard Evaluations. 13.Gather historical sources, including building department records, historical aerial photographs, local street directories, fire insurance maps, USGS 7.5 Minute Topographical Maps, and other credible sources of past uses or occupancies, review as available. 14.Conduct Interviews with past and present owners, occupants, neighbors, and/or other persons who are familiar with the property in person, by telephone, or in writing regarding the history, operations, management, waste management practices, and other environmental considerations for the subject property as those persons are available and open to an interview. 15.Regulatory interviews of State and local government officials in person, by telephone, or in writing to obtain information on permits and compliance history, and information indicating recognized environmental conditions in connection with the properties. 16.Develop comprehensive management plans for characterization, re-use and disposal of contaminated soils and/or hazardous materials that are uncovered or otherwise discovered during construction activities. 17.Provide rapid project assessments and technical reviews of construction documents, including plans, identify environmental issues, and make recommendations. 18.Perform Archeological and Paleontological studies at construction projects involving excavation of soils; prepare reports of the studies, as required. 19.Any other site investigation and assessment related tasks that the City of Rialto may need to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. 20.Prepare Caltrans Preliminary Environmental Study (PES). 21.Prepare Initial Studies, Negative Declarations, Mitigated Negative Declarations, Categorical Exemptions/Exclusions (CEs), Environmental Assessments (EAs), Findings of No Significant Impact (FONSI), mitigation monitoring plans, and other associated documents such as, but not limited to, early consultations, notices of intent and notice of determinations. 22.Assist the City in identifying distribution and publishing requirements necessary for compliance with NEPA/CEQA and, when requested, undertake the distribution of documents and publishing required notices. 23.Attend public meetings/hearings, as necessary to provide technical presentations and respond to public inquiries. 24.Obtain all permits required to comply with applicable federal, state, and local environmental laws and regulations. 25.Merger, acquisition & divestiture services. 26.Provide state and federal grant application assistance.
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