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updated March 6, 2019

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Environmental Consulting Services to
Support Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund Program

The Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council (TCRPC) is soliciting Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) from engineering and/or environmental firms registered to do business in Florida, to establish one or more continuing contracts for the provision of services referred to in this RFQ with TCRPC in connection with the TCRPC’s Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund Program.

Interested consultants can obtain the required RFQ information form by contacting Ms. Liz Gulick at (772) 221-4060; by picking up a copy at the TCRPC office address below; or by downloading the form by clicking here.  

RFQ responses must be received at the TCRPC office no later than 4:00 p.m. April 4, 2019, or they will be rejected. Completed packets should be submitted to:

Stephanie Heidt, AICP
Economic Development and
 Intergovernmental Programs Director
Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
421 SW Camden Avenue
Stuart, FL 34994
772.221.4060

Questions and Responses to the RFQ:

Addenda # 1 - QUESTION:

Item No. IV of the Submittal requirements states:  Provide five (5) verifiable references of brownfield (or similar site)remediation efforts and any redevelopment projects completed in the last five (5) years. Provide on-time and on-budget performance data. Can we include complete project descriptions for these client references?

ANSWER: Yes.  Any experience related to brownfields assessment, cleanup planning, redevelopment or remediation projects is relevant.

Addenda # 2 – QUESTION:

The scope of work states: The Consultant shall serve as TCRPC’s professional engineering or environmental representative for a project or projects and will be tasked to perform various environmental services referred to in this RFQ and as may be required by TCRPC in connection with its Brownfields Program, such as Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, areawide planning for cleanup and re-use of Brownfields sites, and site remediation.  In the submittal requirements numbered I through VII, which of these sections is the appropriate space to discuss our experience with these environmental services?

ANSWER: This may be referenced in the letter. However, primary evidence of experience, project approach and understanding should be indicated in responses to Sections I.E.2.IV and I.E.2.VI. 

Addenda # 3 – QUESTION:

Item No. III of the Submittal Requirements states: Provide a maximum of three (3) resumes for the personnel assigned as liaisons to TCRPC.  Do you want to see resumes for any of the technical staff or just three resumes total?

ANSWER: Resumes submitted should be those of the three Key Personnel that will be working with Council.

 

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Census 2020

2020 Census Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) Promotional Information Session

The Census Bureau’s Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) program provides local governments a way to contribute to a more complete and accurate census for their communities.  Local Governments are tasked with reviewing and commenting on a list of address supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau. These are the addresses that will be used to deliver Census questionnaires to households throughout the Country.  The data collected in the 2020 Census will be used by federal, state, and local governments for funding, resource planning, and services throughout the next decade.

On June 6, 2017, Council hosted an informational session given by the U.S. Census Bureau to help local governments understanding how to participate in LUCA and develop a plan for their review process. For a copy of the presentation given at the workshop, please click here.

On January 5, 2018, Council hosted a LUCA technical training session that provided technical details for participation, including map and address list updating, geocoding, and other details. For a copy of the presentation given at the workshop, please click here.    

Handout: George Washington University - Federal Assistance Programs that Distribute Funds on Basis of Decennial Census-derived Statistics (FY 2015) Florida

Geographic Update Partnership Software (GUPS) Demo Video

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U.S. Highway 27 Corridor Project Documents

Council's Agenda Item and Presentation at the April 21, 2017 Meeting

Agenda Item                        Presentation

 

Planning and Conceptual Engineering (PACE) Study

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