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Categories: Civil Engineering - all services, Consulting/Engineering, Program and construction management services
Bid Number: NA
Bid Description: Driggs: Administrative Services Assistance in planning, developing, grant writing, and administering of a water system improvement project. The project will include the construction of a new water storage facility and other water system improvements. It is anticipated that the city will apply for Block Grant and USDA-RD funds in November 2021. The City of Driggs is soliciting proposals for services to assist the city in planning, developing, obtaining and managing ICDBG and UDSDA-RD funds for the completion of this project. The agreement will be on a fixed price basis, with payment terms to be negotiated with the selected offeror. Reimbursement for grant administration activities will be contingent on the city receiving ICDBG funds. Grant administration services to be provided include: a. Preparing all written reports, checklists or legal notices required ensuring compliance with federal and state environmental requirements. b. Drafting a management plan and contract for review and approval by the Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor. c. Establishing and maintaining project files and preparing all documentation and reports required for administration of the grant. d. Assisting the City with the selection of a project architect in conformance with applicable procurement requirements, including the preparation of a request for proposals if needed. e. Reviewing all proposed project expenditures to ensure their propriety and proper allocation to the project budget. f. Participating in the preconstruction conference and periodic construction progress meetings. g. Serving as the City’s designated Labor Standards Officer and assuring compliance with all applicable labor standards requirements. h. Ensuring compliance with all applicable civil rights requirements, including preparation of an equal employment opportunity plan and a fair housing resolution. i. Attending City meetings when needed to provide project status reports and represent the project at any other public meetings deemed necessary. j. Preparing all required performance reports and closeout documents and assisting the City with determination of applicable audit requirements. k. Assisting the City as sponsoring agent in complying with all the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The services will not include the disbursement or accounting of funds distributed by the City’s financial officer, legal advice, fiscal audits or assistance with activities not related to the project. Responses should include, and will be evaluated according to, the following factors: 1. Capability to Perform Project (i.e. firm’s history, areas of expertise, address of office that will manage project, length of time in business, firm’s legal structure, firm’s commitment to provide necessary resources to perform and complete project). (30 pts.) 2. Relevant Project Experience (i.e. description of other projects executed by the firm that demonstrate relevant experience. List of all public sector clients for whom you have performed similar work in the past five years, which should include name, address, and phone number of a person who can be contacted regarding the firm’s performance on the project). (30 pts.) 3. Qualifications of Project Team including experience with the funding agencies that may be involved. (i.e. resumé for the key people assigned to the project including sub consultants. Key personnel roles and responsibilities on this project. Identify project manager who will be responsible for the day-to-day management of project tasks and will be primary point of contact (30 pts.) 4. Project Approach and Schedule (i.e. the tasks that must be accomplished to complete the project. How the firm proposes to execute the tasks. Unique aspects of the project and alternative approaches the owner might wish to consider). (10 pts.) Selection of a professional consultant will be based on an evaluation of the written responses and a possible interview. Award will be made to the most qualified offeror whose proposal is deemed most advantageous to the City. Unsuccessful offerors will be notified as soon as possible.
Agency/Organization Name: City of Driggs
Address: 60 South Main Street PO Box 48
City: Driggs
State(s): ID
Zip Code: 83422
Plans Available: 2021-09-15
Bid Expiration: 2021-09-22
URL: https://www.driggsidaho.org/bids
Plans and Specs Through: URL above or DOWNLOAD BELOW.
Solicitation Type: RFP
Contact Name: City of Driggs
Phone Number: 208.354.2362
Fax: 208.354.8522
Contact Method:
Bid Specifications and Attachments: Bid Specifications not available for past bids.
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