Twentynine Palms: (RFQ) Engineering services for a 30% design and bridging documents for a new 0.7 MGD City Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) to be used for a State Grant Funding application. Should the City be successful in receiving grant funding, the City will then utilize these 30% documents for a design-build delivery and not a design-bid-build delivery, under a separate contract. The City seeks professionals with expertise in performing the services described herein. Qualified firms shall demonstrate experience in providing wastewater treatment planning and design services for projects similar in nature to this project. These services may include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. Project Management and Meetings. Overall project management and supervision of the Consultant staff; coordination with City and affected regulatory agencies and utility companies; establish and maintain the project schedule; schedule and conduct periodic review meetings; and review and maintain the project budget. 2. Feasibility Study. Utilizing the Twentynine Palms Sewer Feasibility Study being prepared by NV5, analyze the two to three alternative sites that will be recommended for siting the WWTF (for both initial flows and future expansions). Although sites have not yet been selected, it should be assumed that the WWTF will be located near the north City Boundary adjacent to the MCAGCC. The Feasibility Study will also include an analysis and recommendation of treatment plant processes and effluent disposal options. Final flow data including flow constituents will be provided by the NV5 Feasibility Study. 3. Engineer’s Report and Report of Waste Discharge. Based on the recommendation of the Consultant’s feasibility Study, and after approval by the City, prepare an Engineer’s Report in accordance with the RWQCB Water Qualify Plan for the Colorado River Basin. The report will describe the proposed system, method of treatment and method of effluent disposal. Respond to comments from RWQCB and prepare final report. 4. Site Plan and Geotechnical Investigations. Conduct a topographic survey of the site and conduct all geotechnical investigations, testing, reports, etc., as necessary for the design of the WWTF. 5. Wastewater Treatment Facility 30% Design and Bridging Documents. Prepare the 30% design and bridging documents of the new WWTF including all civil, mechanical, electrical, architectural and process. Contact all required utility agencies to determine availability and service constraints (sewer line POC to be provided by NV5). 6. Grant Assistance. Although the preparation of the grant application is not part of this scope, the Consultant will assist by providing to the City’s Grant Consultant the necessary information and documentation, including Opinion of Probable Costs, for the grant application submittal. 7. Owners Representative. Should the City be successful in receiving a grant award, the City may, at its discretion, enter into an amendment to the contract with Consultant to serve as the City’s Representative during final design, permitting and construction of the WWTF and wastewater collection system.
Agency contact for this bid is Mike Podegracz (949) 421- 8447 firstname.lastname@example.org
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