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(RFP) Indiana Finance Authority 100 North Senate Avenue, Suite 1275 - Indianapolis, IN

Consulting/Engineering, Environmental Engineering

(NA) Indiana Finance Authority: Southeast Central Indiana Water Study The Study will examine the 50-year demand and supply availability in the “Driftwood”, “Flatrock-Haw”, and “Upper East Fork White” watersheds, which are primarily located in Hancock, Henry, Johnson, Shelby, Rush, Bartholomew, and Decatur counties.The goal of the Study is to answer: how much water is currently available? How much water will be needed for Public Water Supply in 2072? Do we have enough water to meet the 50-year Public Water Supply needs? The Study will continue to fulfill the State of Indiana’s (“State”) Water Infrastructure Task Force Final Report (dated November 9, 2018) recommendation to study the regional water needs of the state (http://iga.in.gov/static-documents/5/a/5/4/5a544f19/water-infrastructure-task-force-final-report.pdf). B. Scope of Services Specifically, this RFP requests: • a 50-year public water supply demand forecast • a 50-year regional water availability estimate, which could be calculated using a water budget • identification of surpluses and shortages within the region as a result of the comparison between the demand and availability analysis. The goal of the Study is to improve the understanding of current and estimated future groundwater and surface water availability within the public water utility sector so that a gap analysis of the future availability can be conducted. The demand evaluation should examine variable growth scenarios as well as the implementation of water conservation measures. The supply analysis should include a description of the region’s current surface and groundwater supplies and should also include a high-level look at the impact of drought and climate change on future supplies based on historical weather records. The results of the Study should be compared to other water studies for verification, should these studies exist. The Study will also include an analysis of both existing and future water demand and availability for each county. The primary data collection methodology should be existing federal and state resources such as those available from the US Census, USGS, IDNR, IDEM, and the Indiana Business Research Center. In order to reduce the burden on public water supply utilities, requesting data directly from utilities will be a method of last resort. The selected Respondent should plan to participate in: 1. One kick-off meeting with the IFA 2. Monthly progress meetings with the IFA, which may be conducted virtually, for the duration of the project 3. One in-person public meeting to share the results of the study. The deliverables this work include a written report with an executive summary and county level demand and availability findings for Hancock, Henry, Johnson, Shelby, Rush, Bartholomew, and Decatur counties. IFA expects work to begin in August 2022 and to conclude by February 28, 2023.

Agency contact for this bid is Evan Fall efall1@ifa.in.gov

https://www.in.gov/ifa/requests-for-proposalsqualificationsinformation/

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