Spalding County Sealed Solicitation

Title: REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURAL REPORT, DESIGN SERVICES AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION

Deadline: 12/2/2019 2:00 PM   (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Status: Deadline Expired

Solicitation Number: 2020-102

Description:

The Spalding County Board of Commissioners is requesting Statements of Qualifications from Engineering and Architectural Firms with a strong record in successfully assisting local governments with the preliminary report, final design and construction administration of Federally Assisted Projects. Responding firms should be qualified to provide a Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) and/or Preliminary Architectural Report (PAR), design and construction administration services for projects utilizing federal funds.

 

Plans are to contract, within a year from the date of this notice, with a reputable Engineering/ Architectural Firm for Preliminary Report, Design and Construction Administration services for Federally Funded Projects related to community and economic development.  This procurement could include Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Innovative CDBG Grants, Redevelopment Fund Projects (RDF), Employment Incentive Program (EIP) Projects, Economic Development Administration (EDA) Projects, Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA) Projects, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Projects, Federal Highway Administration (FHA) Projects and any other federally funded projects in compliance with CFR 200 for Procurement. The County is considering applying for DCA’s Innovative CDBG Program this year. This procurement action may also lead to additional project contracts and/or contract addendums for Preliminary Engineering Report (PER), Preliminary Architectural Report (PAR), design and construction administration services, for State and federally funded projects. This is not a request for retainer services.  Submitting firms will be re-considered, on a project by project basis, should federally funded opportunities arise in the next 2-year period. 


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