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Bid Opportunities

The City of Sandersville will be accepting Sealed Bids pertaining to the following:


2020-09 - Drum Scales
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REQUEST FOR BIDS

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

The City of Sandersville is seeking bids for four (4) low profile drum scales. The scales will be used for chemical applications and must be corrosion resistant.  The platform must be low to the floor so that the operator will not have difficulty maneuvering the containers onto the platform.  Scales must have a 4-20 mA output in order to tie into our existing SCADA system.

 

For bid packages and questions, please contact Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent at (478) 232-1091.

 

Please Mail Your Responses to :

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

P.O. Box 71 – 141 W. Haynes Street

Sandersville, GA  31082

(478) 552- 3459

 

Deadline to submit bids will be Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 3:00pm. At which time the bid opening will take place City Hall Conference Room, 141 W. Haynes Street, Sandersville, GA 31082.

ALL BIDS MUST BE IN A SEALED ENVELOPE CLEARLY MARKED:

DRUM SCALES

(if you are shipping your sealed bid, the shipping envelope must also be clearly marked)

 

The City of Sandersville reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

 

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

WATER DEPARTMENT

DRUM SCALES SPECS

 

The City of Sandersville is seeking bids for four (4) low profile drum scales. The scales will be used for chemical applications and must be corrosion resistant.  The platform must be low to the floor so that the operator will not have difficulty maneuvering the containers onto the platform.  Scales must have a 4-20 mA output in order to tie into our existing SCADA system.

 

The scales must also contain the following specifications listed:

  • 3 ½ digit LCD
  • 4-20 mA output signal
  • Display readings for weights 200 to 1500lbs with resolution in one pound increments.
  • Electronics housed in NEMA 4X enclosure
  • Scale must be supplied with 20 ft. of shielded interconnecting cable 85/265 VAC.
  • Platform size must be 26 inches.
  • Platform will have an adjustable back stop
  • Platform will be an ultra-low design

 

BID REQUIREMENTS

  1. The bid must be submitted prior to bid deadline, Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 3:00pm.
  2. Three (3) copies of the bid shall be delivered in a sealed envelope clearly marked

Drum Scales”.

If you are shipping your sealed bid, the shipping envelope must also be clearly marked.

  1. Bids shall be delivered to:

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

Drum Scales

P.O. Box 71

141 W. Haynes St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

 

  1. The bid shall include the total cost of the scales and an estimated delivery date.
  2. The bid shall include a description of the drum scales equipment warranty provided. 
  3. The bid should include a completed W-9 Form.

 

 

 

QUESTIONS

Questions will be answered until May 21, 2020 by addendum posted on our website at www.sandersville.net. Questions must be directed in writing to:

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

P.O. Box 71

141 W. Haynes St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

aholland@sandersvillega.org

 

Addendum #1

  1. You specify 26” scale deck. Can it be 30”
  1. It can be 30”

 

  1. Can we submit 2 different quotes, 1 with stainless steel and the other with Galvanized steel?
  1. YES
  1.  What sort of adjustments to the back stop are necessary? Height ?removable? etc.
  1. Adjustments are from back to front of the scale.
  1. Will the scale be stationary or will it need a portability kit (wheels with height adjustments)?
  1. It will be stationary with adjustable legs.

      Addendum #2

How will the scales be loaded with the 200-lb to 1500-lb loads?  Via Fork Truck, 2-wheel Drum Truck or Overhead Boom or Jib Crane?

 

A: Dolly and Ramp

 

Will you require on-site Technical Services for assembly, anchoring, wiring terminations, scale calibrations and 4-20 Controller adjustments?

 

A: Yes, bid in addition

 

Our systems provide a limited 5-year Weighbridge Warranty and a limited 2-year Warranty Load Cell, Junction Box, Weight Indicator and 4-20 mA which generally is supported by an annual Service Agreement.  Will this be acceptable?

 

A: Warranty is ok.  Not going with service agreement. Will call as needed.

 

The standard column assembly is floor anchored 4’ fixed height with a Weight Indicator mounting plate. Is this acceptable?

 

A: Please send drawing

 

Closing for Sealed Bid 2020-09 shall be Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

2020-10 - Police Emergency Equipment for 2020 Dodge Durango
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REQUEST FOR BIDS

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

The City of Sandersville is seeking bids from qualified suppliers for the purchase and installation of

Police Emergency Equipment for a 2020 Dodge Durango Pursuit vehicle

 

For bid packages and questions, please contact Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent at (478) 232-1091.

 

Please Mail Your Responses to :

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

P.O. Box 71 – 141 W. Haynes Street

Sandersville, GA  31082

(478) 552- 3459

 

Deadline to submit bids will be Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 3:00pm. At which time the bid opening will take place City Hall Conference Room, 141 W. Haynes Street, Sandersville, GA 31082.

ALL BIDS MUST BE IN A SEALED ENVELOPE CLEARLY MARKED:

EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

(if you are shipping your sealed bid, the shipping envelope must also be clearly marked)

The City of Sandersville reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

 

Addendum #1

 

Q: 2020 Dodge Durango in the Topic but they ask for a Charger Console

 

  1. A: No Dodge Charger Console. It already has one.

           

Q: Console is Box only, do they need an Arm Rest and Cup Holder?

 

  1. A No, there is already an arm rest and cup holder

 

Q: () 75812 Stream light Flashlights Spec’d 3-4 lines apart; do they need (2) or only (1)?

 

  1. A. I need 1 (one).

 

Q: H-2209 have been discontinued, do they want the new H-2219 to replace?

 

A I want H-2209 only.

 

 

 

 

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

POLICE DEPARTMENT

2020 DODGE DURANGO PURSUIT VEHICLE

EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT BID SPECIFICATIONS

AREA

QTY

DESCRIPTION

FRONT HEADLINER

1

SOU-ENFWBF(XXXX); SOUND OFF Nforce INTERIOR WINDSHIELD BAR 12 LED DUAL COLOR (blue/white)

REAR LOWER DECK

1

SOU-ENFWBRF(XXX); SOUND OFF REAR DECK INTERIOR BAR-8 MODULE DUAL COLOR (blue/amber)

 

1

CARSON COMMANDER SC-409 SIREN/LIGHT CONTROL BOX

BEHIND GRILL

2

CODE3 C3100-U 100W SPEAKERS

 

2

CODE3 UNIVERSAL SPEAKER BRACKET

 

REAR & FRONT QUARTER PANELS

4

FENIEX CANNON #H-2209BW (ALLEY, WARNING, CRUISE)

 

BEHIND GRILL

2

FENIEX FSM-180-BW SURFACE MOUNT FUSION DUAL BLUE/WHITE 180 DEGREE (BEHIND GRILL WITH APPROPRIATE BRACKETS)

 

SIDE VIEW MIRROR

2

COD-M180S-B; CODE3 INTERSECTION/MIRROR/PUDDLE LIGHT-BLUE (SIDE MIRROR)

 

MIRROR BRACKETS

2

CODE3-BSM-BKT-CH PAIR OF M180 INTERSECTION LIGHT BRACKETS-BELOW SIDE MIRROR-CHARGER

 

REAR BUMPER (TAG LIGHT)

2

COD-XT3B; CODE3 SINGLE HEAD 3-LED BLUE (tag)

 

FRONT BUMPER (FOG LIGHT)

2

CODE3 MR6MC; CODE3 MULTI COLOR FOG LIGHT (BLUE WARNING/WHITE TAKEDOWN OR FOG)

 

 

1

ABLE2 14.0553 TRIPLE OUTLET (CUSTOMER REQUEST THAT IT BE MOUNTED SOMEWHERE OTHER THAN SIDE OF CONSOLE IF POSSIBLE)

 

 

1

JOTTO DESK 425-6175 DODGE CHARGER VERTICAL CONSOLE

 

 

1

STREAMLIGHT STINGER LED DS 75812

 

 

1

MOTOROLA RADIO COAX CABLE FOR MOTOTRBO VHF TRUNKING RADIO

 

REAR PASSENGER FENDER

1

ANTENNA FOR MOTOTRBO VHF TRUNKING  DIGITAL RADIO

(RADIO SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER)

 

 

1

STREAMLIGHT STINGER LED DS 75812

FRONT

1

BOOSTER CABLE KIT ATD-7974

INSTALL

1

PRICE TO INSTALL ALL ABOVE EQUIPMENT

 

 

 

       

BID REQUIREMENTS:

The bid must be submitted prior to bid deadline, Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 3:00pm.

1.Three (3) copies of the bid shall be delivered in a sealed envelope clearly marked

Emergency Equipment”.

2.Bids shall be delivered to:

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

Emergency Equipment

P.O. Box 71

141 W. Haynes St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

 

3.The bid shall include the total cost of the equipment and installation time.

4.The bid shall include a description of each individual component of equipment as well as warranty provided. 

5.The bid should include a completed W-9 Form.

 

QUESTIONS:

Questions will be answered until May 21, 2020 by addendum posted on our website at www.sandersville.net. Questions must be directed in writing to:

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

P.O. Box 71

141 W. Haynes St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

aholland@sandersvillega.org

Closing for Sealed Bid 2020-10 shall be Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

2020-11 - FIRE FIGHTING GEAR
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REQUEST FOR BIDS

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

The City of Sandersville is seeking bids from qualified vendors for three sets of Firefighting Bunker Gear (PPE) for firefighting purposes to be worn by Firefighters in high heat environments. All materials and construction will meet or exceed NFPA Standard #1971 and OSHA for structural fire fighters protective clothing. The bunker gear must include jacket, pants, suspenders, boots, helmet, helmet flashlight, and hood.

 

For bid packages and questions, please contact Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent at (478) 232-1091 or Fire Chief Russell Riner at (478) 232-7025.

 

Please Mail Your Responses to :

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

P.O. Box 71 – 141 W. Haynes Street

Sandersville, GA  31082

(478) 552- 3459

 

Deadline to submit bids will be Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 3:00pm. At which time the bid opening will take place Sandersville City Hall Conference Room, 141 W. Haynes Street, Sandersville, GA 31082.

All bids must be in a sealed envelope clearly marked “FIREFIGHTING GEAR”.

(if you are shipping your sealed bid, the shipping envelope must also be clearly marked)

The City of Sandersville reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

 

 

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

FIRE DEPARTMENT

REQUEST FOR BIDS

FIREFIGHTING BUNKER GEAR

 

SCOPE

The City of Sandersville is seeking bids from qualified vendors for three (3) sets of Firefighting Bunker Gear (PPE) for firefighting purposes to be worn by Firefighters in high heat environments. All materials and construction will meet or exceed NFPA Standard #1971 and OSHA for structural fire fighters protective clothing. The Firefighting Bunker Gear must include jacket, pants, suspenders, boots, helmet, helmet flashlight, and hood. Winning bidder will come to the Sandersville Fire Department located at 125 Warthen Street, Sandersville, GA 31082 to measure all personnel for the order. 

SPECIFICATIONS

JACKET

  • Outer shell – Pioneer – Gold
  • Thermal liner:  Caldura Elite SL
  • Moisture Barrier: Gore RT7100 Type 3D
  • Lime-Yellow Triple trim 3-M Scotchlite Reflective Stripping
  • Lime-Yellow 3” 3-M Scotchlite Reflective Letters rear of Jacket to read “SANDERSVILLE” in an arch pattern (to match Dept. Design)
  • Hanging letter patch with snaps / Velcro with (2) 4” 3-M Scotchlite Reflective numbers sewn on with patch attached to bottom / rear of jacket
  • Radio pocket with flap on left chest of coat – 3” x 3.5” x 9”
  • Radio microphone strap – 1” x 3” sewn on above radio pocket
  • Pockets w/flaps and hand warmers on both sides
  • Front zipper with Velcro storm flap
  • Nomex knit wristlets on each sleeve
  • Sleeve edges shall be reinforced with black suede leather
  • Embroidered American Flag – stars forward - Right sleeve
  • Jackets shall be manufactured in the United States.

 

PANTS

  • Outer shell – Pioneer – Gold
  • Thermal liner:  Caldura Elite SL
  • Moisture Barrier: Gore RT7100 Type 3D
  • Lime-Yellow Triple trim 3-M Scotchlite Reflective Stripping
  • Closure – snap and take up snaps
  • Knee to be padded and reinforced with black suede leather
  • Pockets on each leg with flaps and reinforcements
  • Leg cuffs to be reinforced with black suede leather
  • Leg bottoms to be of the reverse boot cut design
  • Pants shall be manufactured in the United States.

 

SUSPENDERS

  • H style 2” wide padded rip cord suspenders

 

BOOTS

  • Globe Shadow XF 14

 

HELMET

  • MSA Cairns 1044
  • Retractable eye protection
  • Leather helmet shield with cast bracket

 

HELMET FLASHLIGHT

  • Streamlight Vantage 180

 

HOOD

  • PGI – 3979471 Particulate Hood

 

BID REQUIREMENTS

  1. Three (3) copies of the bid must be submitted prior to the bid deadline, Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 3:00pm.  A bid opening will be conducted at this time in the conference room at Sandersville City Hall, 141 West Haynes Street, Sandersville, GA 31082.
  2. The bid shall be delivered in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Firefighting Gear”.

If you are shipping your sealed bid, the shipping envelope must also be clearly marked.

 

  1. Bids shall be delivered to:

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

Firefighting Gear

P.O. Box 71

141 W. Haynes St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

 

  1. The bid shall include the total cost of the firefighting bunker gear (PPE), and an estimated delivery time.
  2. The bid shall include a description of the firefighting bunker gear warranty provided if applicable. 
  3. The bid should include a completed W-9 Form.

 

QUESTIONS:

Questions will be answered until May 28, 2020 by addendum posted on our website at www.sandersville.net. Questions must be directed in writing to:

City of Sandersville

Attn: Arron Holland, Purchasing Agent

P.O. Box 71

141 W. Haynes St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

aholland@sandersvillega.org

 

or

 

City of Sandersville

Fire Department

Attn: Russell Riner, Fire Chief

P.O. Box 71

125 Warthen St.

Sandersville, GA  31082

firechief@sandersvillega.org

Closing for Sealed Bid 2020-11 shall be Tuesday, June 9, 2020.

2020-12 - Request for Qualifications for Design & Development of Downtown Pedestrian Improvement Project
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

CITY OF SANDERSVILLE

The City of Sandersville is seeking professional design and development services from qualified firms for the planning, design and development of a downtown pedestrian improvement project which will be funded through the GDOT TAP fund.  Prospective firms must have experience with working with such projects.  Deadline for Statement of Qualifications is June 9, 2020 at 3:00pm.  If you would like to receive a copy of the RFQ please contact Brianna Wiley at 478-552-2525

Request for Qualifications

To Provide

Design and Development Services

RFQ- 042020PW

Qualifications Due:  June 9, 2020

PI Number 0015402

Washington County

City of Sandersville

141 W. Haynes Street

Sandersville, GA 31082

v. 4-14-20

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

RFQ-042020PW

Design and Development Services

 

I.    General Project Information

  1. Overview

The City of Sandersville (The City) is soliciting Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) from qualified firm(s) or organization(s) to provide consultant services for design and development services.

This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) seeks to identify potential providers for the Scope of Services for the project/contract listed in Exhibit I.  Firms that respond to this RFQ, and are determined by the City to be sufficiently qualified, may be deemed eligible, and invited to offer a technical approach and/or possibly present and/or interview for these services.  All respondents to this RFQ are subject to instructions communicated in this document, and are cautioned to completely review the entire RFQ and follow instructions carefully. The City of Sandersville reserves the right to reject any or all Statements of Qualifications or Technical Approach, and to waive technicalities and informalities at the discretion of the City.

  1. IMPORTANT- A RESTRICTION OF COMMUNICATION IS IN EFFECT FOR THIS PROJECT.

From the advertisement date of this solicitation until successful respondents are selected and the award is made official and announced, firms are not allowed to communicate about this solicitation or scope with any staff of the City including the Mayor and Council, except for the submission of questions as instructed in the RFQ, or with the contact designated in RFQ Section VIII.C., or as provided by any existing work agreement(s).  For violation of this provision, the City reserves the right to reject the submittal of the offending respondent.

  1. The City of Sandersville has adopted a 16% overall annual goal for DBE participation on all federally funded projects.  This goal is not to be considered as a fixed quota, set aside or preference.  The DBE goal can be met by prime contracting, sub-contracting, joint-venture or mentor/ protégé relationship.

The City of Sandersville will monitor and assess each consultant services submittals for their DBE participation and/or good faith effort in promoting equity and opportunity in accordance with the state of Georgia, Department of Transportation Disadvantage Business Program Plan.

For more information on the DBE Program please contact:

City of Sandersville

Brianna Wiley

Finance Director

141 W. Haynes Street

Sandersville, GA 31082

(478) 552-2525

  1. Scope of Services

Under the terms of the resulting Agreement, the selected consultant will provide design and development services, for the City Project identified. The anticipated scope of work for the project/contract is included in Exhibit I.

In addition, the City desires that the Consultant have the ability to provide, either with its own forces or through a sub-consultant team member, comprehensive services necessary to fulfill all preliminary engineering services which may arise during the project cycle.

  1. Contract Term and Type

The City of Sandersville anticipates one ( 1) Multi-Phase, Project Specific contract to be awarded to one ( 1) firm, for the project/contract identified. The City anticipates that the Contract Type may be Cost Plus Fixed Fee.  As a Project Specific contract, it is the City’s intention that the Agreements will remain in effect until successful completion of the preliminary engineering phase of the projects, and may choose to utilize the selected consultant for use on construction revisions as necessary. 

  1. Contract Amount

The Multi-Phase, Project Specific contract amount will be determined via negotiations with the City. If the City is unable to reach a satisfactory agreement and at reasonable rates to be paid for the services to be provided, the City reserves the right to terminate negotiations with the highest scoring finalist and begin negotiations with the next highest scoring finalist.

 

II.   Selection Method

 

  1. Method of Communication

All general communication of relevant information regarding this solicitation will be made via the Georgia Procurement Registry (GPR) under RFQ-042020PW.  All firms are responsible for checking the GPR on a regular basis for updates, clarifications, and announcements. The City reserves the right to communicate via electronic-mail with the primary contact listed in the Statements of Qualifications. Other specific communications will be made as indicated in the remainder of this RFQ.

  1. Phase I - Selection of Finalists

Based on the Statements of Qualifications submitted in response to the projects/contracts listed in this RFQ, the Selection Committee will review the Experience and Qualifications and Resources and Workload Capacity listed in Section IV. Selection Criteria for Phase I.  The Selection Committee will discuss the top submittals and the final rankings of the top submittals will be determined.  From the final rankings of the top submittals, the Selection Committee will identify three (3) to five (5) firms which will be shortlisted.

All firms must meet the minimum requirements as listed in Section IV.A. below.

 

  1. Finalist Notification for Phase II

 

Firms selected and shortlisted as finalists will receive notification and final instructions from the City of Sandersville regarding the Phase II – Technical Approach response.  

 

  1. Phase II - Finalists Response on Technical Approach and Past Performance

 

The City will request a Technical Approach of the three (3) to five (5) finalist firms for the project/contract. The City reserves the right to request a presentation/interview on any project/contract as determined in its best interests; however, this additional requirement shall typically be reserved for the most complex projects. Each finalist firm shall be notified in writing and informed of the Technical Approach due date.  Any additional detailed Technical Approach instructions and requirements, beyond that provided in Section V. Selection Criteria for Phase II, for the finalists will be provided in the Finalist Notification. All members of the Selection Committee will review the Technical Approach (and will attend the presentation/interview if so chosen). Firms shall not address any questions, prior to the award announcement, to anyone other than the designated contact.

  1. Final Selection

Final selection will be determined by carrying the scores from Phase I forward for each Finalist and by evaluating the Technical Approach and Past Performance criteria for Phase II.  The Selection Committee will discuss the Finalist’s Phase II Responses and the final rankings will be determined.

Negotiations will then be initiated with the top-ranked firm(s) to finalize the terms and conditions of the contract(s), including the fees to be paid.  In the event a satisfactory agreement cannot be reached with the highest-ranking firm(s), the City will formally terminate the negotiations and possibly enter into negotiations with the second highest-ranking firm, and so on in turn until a mutual agreement is established and the City awards a contract. The final form of the contract shall be developed by the City.

III.  Schedule of Events

The following Schedule of Events represents the City’s best estimate of the Schedule that will be followed.  All times indicated are prevailing times in Sandersville, Georgia.  The City reserves the right to adjust the Schedule as the City deems necessary. 

PHASE I

DATE

TIME

a.  City issues public advertisement of RFQ-042020PW

5/15/2020

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b.  Deadline for submission of written questions and requests for clarification

5/29/2020

5:00 PM

c.  Deadline for submission of Statements of Qualifications

 

6/9/2020

3:00 PM

d.  City completes evaluation and issues notification and other information to

     finalist firms

TBD

 

PHASE II

 

 

e.  Deadline for submission of written questions from finalists

TBD

3:00 PM

f.   Phase II Response of Finalist firms due

TBD

3:00 PM

 

 

IV.  Selection Criteria for Phase I - Criteria for Evaluation of Statements of Qualifications

  1. Area Class Requirements and Certification      

Presented team must be prequalified in the indicated Area Class(es) in order to be evaluated.Required proof of prequalification shall be submitted as indicated in Section VI.B.4. below.All Submittals will be pre-screened to verify that the Prime consultant has the required Area Class(es) and that the overall team has the required Area Class(es).Any submittal in which the Prime consultant or the overall team area class requirements are not met will be disqualified from further consideration.

Each submittal will require a certification to allow the City to analyze risks in determining if any Firm should be ineligible for award.  The certification shall cover a wide variety of information.  Any firm which responds in any potentially concerning manner must provide additional information as directed herein for consideration by the City to determine if Firm is eligible for award.

 

  1. Project Manager, Key Team Leader(s) and Prime’s Experience and Qualifications – 30%

The Selection Committee will evaluate all firms on their Experience and Qualifications, which shall account for a total of thirty (30%) percent of the total evaluation.  The following criteria for scoring Phase I of the evaluation will be utilized to determine which firms are shortlisted:

  1. Project Manager education, registration, relevant engineering experience, relevant project management experience, experience in utilizing GDOT specific processes relative to GDOT Projects, manuals, or guidance.
  2. Key Team Leaders’ education, registration, relevant technical experience, and relevant experience in utilizing GDOT specific processes relative to GDOT Projects, manuals, or guidance.
  3. Prime Consultant’s experience in delivering projects of similar complexity, size, scope, and function.
  4. Project Manager, Key Team Leader(s) and Prime’s Resources and Workload Capacity – 20%

The Selection Committee will evaluate all firms on their Resources availability and Workload Capacity which shall account for a total of twenty (20%) percent of the total evaluation. The following criteria for scoring the Resources and Workload Capacity will be utilized to determine which firms are shortlisted:

  1. Project Manager Workload
  2. Workload capacity of Key Team Leader(s)
  3. Resources dedicated to delivering project
  4. Ability to Meet Project Schedule

V.   Selection Criteria for Phase II - Criteria for Evaluation of Technical Approach and Past Performance                               

  1. Technical Approach – 40%

The Selection Committee will evaluate the shortlisted firms (Finalists) on their Technical Approach, which shall account for a total of forty (40%) percent.The Selection Committee shall utilize the following additional criteria for scoring Phase II of the evaluation to determine the highest ranked/most qualified (NOTE: Scores from Phase I will be carried forward and combined with the scores from the Phase II to determine the final ranking of Finalists):

  1. Provide any unique technical approaches your firm offers relative to addressing the design and development of TAP Projects, use of any alternative methods for delivery (if applicable), and/or management of the project.
  2. Identify any unique challenges of the project and how your firm intends to mitigate these challenges, including quality control, quality assurance procedures. 
  3. Provide any specific qualifications, skills, knowledge of the project and project area which may uniquely benefit the firm and project, and your ability and willingness to meet time requirements.
  4. Past Performance – 10%

The Selection Committee may consider information provided via references provided for relevant projects, knowledge any selection committee member has of performance on relevant projects, and performance evaluations or knowledge presented on GDOT projects.The Selection Committee will consider all factors in their totality and score from 0 to 10 when arriving at a final score for the Past Performance.

 

VI.  Instructions for Content and Preparation of Statements of Qualifications – Phase I Response

The Statements of Qualifications submittal must be submitted in accordance with the instructions provided in Section VIII, and must be organized, categorized using the same headings (in red), and numbered and lettered exactly as outlined below, and must be responsive to all requested information.  For the sections in which page number limits are stated, each section with a stated limit must begin on a new page and end on the last page allowed for the section.  It is not allowed to begin new sections on a page allowed for a previous section, if applicable.  This will enable the City to ensure compliance with the page limitations.

 

Cover page –    Each project/contract submittal must have a separate cover page for each copy of each submittal for each project/contract and each must list the RFQ#, RFQ Title, proposing firm’s full legal name and the specific project contract being submitted on to include the Project Number, PI Number, County, and Description.

A.Administrative Requirements

 

It is required to submit the information below for each copy of each submittal.  This is general information and will not be scored but may be used to determine eligibility for selection. Under Administrative Requirements section, only submit the information requested; additional information will be subject to disqualification of your firm.

  1. Basic company information:
  2. Company name.
  3. Company Headquarter Address.
  4. Contact Information - Name and all contact information (telephone number(s) and e-mail address) of primary proposing contact (this will be the individual with whom the City will direct all communications).
  5. Company website (if available). 
  6. Georgia Addresses - Identify and provide addresses for the offices located in the State of Georgia. 
  7. Staff - List the number and disciplines of staff members employed in each office in the State of Georgia. 
  8. Ownership - Provide form of ownership, including state of residency or incorporation, and number of years in business. Is the Offeror a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, limited liability Corporation, or other structure?
  9. Certification Form - Complete the Certification Form (Exhibit “II” enclosed with RFQ), and provide a notarized original within the firm’s Statement of Qualifications.  This is to be submitted for the Prime ONLY.
  10. Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act Affidavit – Complete the form (Exhibit “III” enclosed with RFQ), and provide a notarized original within the firm’s Statement of Qualifications.  This is to be submitted for the Prime ONLY.
  11. Addenda - Signed cover page of any Addenda issued for the Prime ONLY.

B.Experience and Qualifications

  1. Project Manager - Provide information pertaining to the project manager, including but not limited to:

 

  1. Education.
  2. Registration (if necessary and applicable.)
  3. Relevant engineering experience.
  4. Relevant project management experience for projects of similar complexity, size, scope, and function.
  5. Relevant experience utilizing GDOT specific processes, manuals, or guidance (Plan Development Process, Design Policy, Environmental Procedures Manual, etc.).

This information is limited to two (2) pages maximum.

  1. Key Team Leaders - Provide experience of Key Team Leaders (defined as those individuals who oversee project areas determined as particularly important to each specific project, refer to the Project Description in Exhibit I, specifically Section 7 for the list of Key Team Leaders for each Project). For each Key Team Leader identified provide:
  2. Education.
  3. Registration (if necessary and applicable.)
  4. Relevant experience in the applicable resource area of the most relevant projects.
  5. Relevant experience utilizing GDOT specific processes, manuals, or guidance (PDP, Design Policy, Environmental Procedures Manual, etc.) which are specific to the key team leader’s area.

This information is limited to one (1) page maximum for each Key Team Leader identified in Section 7 of each Exhibit I.

  1. Prime Experience - Provide information on the prime’s experience and ability in delivering effective services for projects of similar complexity, size, scope, and function, which demonstrate the firm's capabilities to provide services for the City of Sandersville.  For each project, the following information should be provided:
  2. Client name, project location and dates during which services were performed.
  3. Description of overall project and services performed by your firm.
  4. Duration of project services provided by your firm, and overall project budget.
  5. Experience utilizing GDOT specific processes, manuals, or guidance (PDP, Design Policy, Environmental Procedures Manual, etc.)
  6. Client(s) current contact information including contact names, telephone numbers and email address.
  7. Involvement of Key Team Leaders on the projects.

This information is limited to two (2) pages maximum.

  1. Area Class Summary Form and Notice of Professional Consultant Qualifications - Prime Consultants are defined as the firm submitting the Statement of Qualifications and the firm with whom the City will contract.  The Team is defined as the Prime Consultant and their sub-consultants, who are considered team members.  Prime Consultants and their sub-consultant team members must meet the Area Class requirements listed in Exhibit I for each project on which they apply. In regards to the required Area Classes, for each project/contract on which they apply, respondents should submit a summary form (example provided in Exhibit IV) which details the required area classes for the Prime Consultant and all sub-consultants or joint-venture of consultants on the team listed in the Statement of Qualifications.  The area classes and firm’s meeting the area classes listed on the summary form must meet all required area classes or the team will be disqualified.  If a team member’s prequalification will expire prior to the due date of the SOQs, documentation must be provided which shows that the firm has submitted its application for prequalification prior to the SOQ due date.  The team must maintain its prequalification certification in order to be considered eligible for award if selected. Additionally, respondents should submit the Notice of Professional Consultant Qualifications (for the Prime Consultant and all sub-consultants for each project) issued by GDOT and attach after the Area Class summary form.

This information is limited to the one (1) page for the Area Class table (unless the project needs require an extensive list of area classes) and the required Notice of Professional Consultant Qualifications.

  1. Resources/Workload Capacity

1.   Overall Resources - Provide information regarding the overall resources dedicated to delivering the specific project, including:

 

  1. Organizational chart which identifies the project manager, prime, Key Team Leaders, support personnel, and reporting structure.  This chart may be submitted on a 11” x 17” page. (Excluded from the page count)
  2. Primary Office - Identify and discuss the primary office which will be responsible for handling the specific project and the number and types of staff within the office and how this office could benefit the project and promote efficiency. This information to be included on the one (1) page with the Narrative on Additional Resource Areas and Ability.
  3. Narrative on Additional Resource Areas and Ability – Respondents are to provide information regarding additional resource areas identified as important to the project, to discuss how the key areas will integrate and work together on the project, to discuss any information which is pertinent to these areas, to provide a narrative regarding how the organization of the team, including the PM and Key Team Leaders can deliver the project on  schedule given  their workload capacity.  (The City recognizes  that some individuals may be able to meet the schedule while carrying heavier project loads.)  Respondents may discuss the advantages of your team and the abilities of the team members which will enable the project to meet the proposed schedule as identified in Exhibit I (where applicable). If there is no proposed schedule, discuss the advantages of the team and the abilities of the team members which will enable the project to move as expeditiously as possible.  Respondents submitting more than the one (1) page allowed (combined for C1.b. and C1.c.), will be subject to disqualification.
  4. Project Manager Commitment Table - Provide a list of ALL projects (GDOT, other governments and private contracts – Information may be validated and any firm determined not to be listing all projects may be subject to disqualification) on which the proposed project manager is currently committed, to enable the City to ascertain the project manager’s availability.  Utilize a table similar to the following format with a minimum of all criteria indicated to provide the requested information:

Project Manager

PI/Project # for GDOT Projects/Name of Customer for Non-GDOT Projects

Role of PM on Project

Project Description

Current Phase of Project

Current Status of Project

Monthly Time Commitment in Hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.   Key Team Leader Project Commitment Table - Provide a table similar to the below, with a minimum of all criteria indicated, which identifies ALL projects the Key Team Leaders (refer to the Project Description in Exhibit I, specifically Section 7 for the list of Key Team Leaders for each Project) are committed on to enable the City to ascertain the available capacity.  

Key Team Leader

PI/Project # for GDOT Projects/Name of Customer for Non-GDOT Projects

Role of Key Team Leader on Project

Project Description

Current Phase of Project

Current Status of Project

Monthly Time Commitment in Hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This information is limited to the organization chart (excluded from page count), [one (1) page of text to include both C1.b. Primary Office and C1.c. Narrative on Additional Resource Areas and Ability], and the tables.

VII.  Instructions for Preparing Technical Approach and Past Performance Response – Phase II Response

The following information will only be requested of the shortlisted firms.  The Selection Committee will evaluate the shortlisted firms using the information provided as requested below (NOTE: Scores from Phase I will be carried forward to Phase II):

The Phase II response must be submitted in accordance with the instructions provided in Section IX, and must be organized, categorized using the same headings (in red), and numbered and lettered exactly as outlined below, and must be responsive to all requested information.  For the sections in which page number limits are stated, each section with a stated limit must begin on a new page and end on the last page allowed for the section.  It is not allowed to begin new sections on a page allowed for a previous section, if applicable.  This will enable the City to ensure compliance with the page limitations.

Phase II Cover page – Each submittal must have a separate cover page for each copy of each Phase II submittal and each must indicate the response is for Phase II, list the RFQ#, RFQ Title, proposing firm’s full legal name and the specific project contract being submitted on to include the Project Number, PI Number, County, and Description.

A.Technical Approach

  1. Provide any unique technical approaches your firm offers relative to addressing anticipated design concepts, use of any alternative methods for delivery (if applicable), and/or management of the project.
  2. Identify any unique challenges of the project and how your firm intends to mitigate these challenges, including quality control, quality assurance procedures.
  3. Provide any specific qualifications, skills, knowledge of the project and project area which may uniquely benefit the firm and project, and your ability and willingness to meet time requirements.

This information will be limited to a maximum of three (3) pages.

B.Past Performance

No additional information should be submitted to fulfill this requirement.  Information from the relevant projects listed will be used to fulfill this requirement.

Past performance may be evaluated through the checking of project references for the proposed project manager as well as the firm.  The City will check these references at random.  For this reason, attention should be paid to the references provided to ensure that the contact information provided is accurate and the individual references are reachable.  Other past performance information which may be utilized includes performance on past GDOT TAP Projects as well as knowledge that any member of the Selection Committee has pertaining to the past performance of the firm on any project.

 

VIII.                     Instructions for Submittal for Phase I - Statements of Qualifications

 

  1. There is one (1) electronic version submittal required.  The Submittal must follow the format and meet the content requirements identified in Section VI, entitled Instructions for Content and Preparation of Statements of Qualifications – Phase I Response.  See Attachment 1 for a summary of how the submittals should be prepared.

 

  1. Submittals must be typed on standard (8½” x 11”) paper.  The pages should be numbered, however, submittal pages will be counted by section to determine compliance with page limits.  Responses are limited to the page counts indicated in each section using a minimum of size 11 font.  Page counts will be determined by pages with print on them, not by the physical piece of paper.  Each Statement of Qualifications shall be prepared simply and economically as indicated above. Colored displays, and promotional materials are not desired.  Emphasis must be on completeness, relevance, and clarity of content.

NOTE:  Additional pages other than what has been specified above in each section should not be included and will be grounds for disqualification.  Submittals are limited to the information requested in Section VI.  Instructions for Content and Preparation of Statements of Qualifications - Phase I Response only. Hyperlinks or embedded video are not allowed.

Statements of Qualifications submittals must be a PDF document for each project/contract.  Each PDF document must follow the naming convention for electronic records as follows: the proposing firm’s full legal name, RFQ#, RFQ Title and the specific project contract number being submitted on.  To submit your Statement of Qualification click the following Links:

Contract:  bwiley@sandersvillega.org

If a firm is responding to multiple projects/contracts, each submittal must be e-mail separately using the naming convention for electronic records, and submission link provided.  Upon successful receipt of the electronic submittal, the system will send a receipt confirmation e-mail to the sender.  If you do not receive an email receipt confirmation for your submittal within one (1) hour of your submittal, please contact the Finance Department at 478-552-2525. 

 

Statements of Qualifications must be received by the City prior to the deadline indicated in the Schedule of Events (Section III of RFQ).

No submittals will be accepted after the time and date set for receipt. 

All expenses for preparing and submitting responses are the sole cost of the party submitting the response.  The City of Sandersville is not obligated to any party to reimburse such expenses.  All submittals upon receipt become the property of the City of Sandersville. Labeling information provided in submittals “proprietary” or “confidential”, or any other designation of restricted use will not protect the information from public view.  Subject to the provisions of the Open Records Act, the details of the proposal documents will remain confidential until final award.

The City reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to waive any technicalities associated with this submittal if deemed in the best interest of the City.

  1. Questions and Requests for Clarification

 

Questions about any aspect of the RFQ, or the project, shall be submitted in writing via e-mail to: Brianna Wiley, e-mail: bwiley@sandersvillega.org .  The deadlines for submission of questions relating to the RFQ are the times and dates shown in the (Schedule of Events- Section III).  From the issue date of this solicitation until a successful proposer is selected and the award is made official and announced, respondents are subject to the Restriction of Communication in Section I.B. 

 

IX.  Instructions for Submittal for Phase II – Technical Approach and Past Performance Response

THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED SOLELY FOR THOSE FIRMS IDENTIFIED AND NOTIFIED AS FINALISTS.  Final Instructions will be provided to the Finalists in the notification.

Please note that each project/contract will follow an individual schedule which meets the availability of each Selection Committee.  For this reason, the Notice to Selected Finalists and resulting Phase II responses may be on different schedules for each project/contract. 

  1. There is one (1) electronic version submittal required.  The Submittal must follow the format and meet the content requirements identified in Section VII, entitled Instructions for Preparing Technical Approach and Past Performance Response - Phase II Response.  See Attachment 1 for a summary of how the submittals should be prepared.
  2. Submittals must be typed on standard (8½” x 11”) paper.  The pages should be numbered, however, submittal pages will be counted by section to determine compliance with page limits. Responses are limited to the page counts indicated in each section using a minimum of size 11 font.  Page counts will be determined by pages with print on them, not by the physical piece of paper.  Each Statement of Qualifications shall be prepared simply and economically as indicated above. Colored displays, and promotional materials are not desired.  Emphasis must be on completeness, relevance, and clarity of content.

NOTE:  Additional pages other than what has been specified above in each section should not be included and will be grounds for disqualification.  Submittals are limited to the information requested in Section VII.  Instructions for Preparing Technical Approach and Past Performance Response-Phase II Response only. Hyperlinks or embedded video are not allowed.

  1. Tecnical Approach submittal must be a PDF document for each project/contract.  Each PDF document must follow the naming convention for electronic records as follows: the proposing firm’s full legal name, RFQ#, RFQ Title and the specific project contract being submitted on.  To submit your Technical Approach click the following Links:

Contract:  bwiley@sandersvillega.org

If a firm is responding to multiple projects/contracts, each submittal must be e-mail separately using the naming convention for electronic records, and submission link provided.  Upon successful receipt of the electronic submittal, the system will send a receipt confirmation e-mail to the sender.  If you do not receive an email receipt confirmation for your submittal within one (1) hour of your submittal, please contact Finance Department at 478-552-2525. 

Technical Approach must be received by The City of Sandersville prior to the deadline indicated in Notice to Selected Finalists.

No submittals will be accepted after the time and date set for receipt. 

All expenses for preparing and submitting responses are the sole cost of the party submitting the response.  The City of Sandersville is not obligated to any party to reimburse such expenses.  All submittals upon receipt become the property of the City of Sandersville.  Labeling information provided in submittals “proprietary” or “confidential”, or any other designation of restricted use will not protect the information from public view.  Subject to the provisions of the Open Records Act, the details of the proposal documents will remain confidential until final award.

The City reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to waive any technicalities associated with this submittal if deemed in the best interest of the City.

No submittals will be accepted after the time and date set for receipt. 

Responses submitted via facsimile will be rejected.  All expenses for preparing and submitting responses are the sole cost of the party submitting the response.  The City of Sandersville is not obligated to any party to reimburse such expenses.  All submittals upon receipt become the property of the City of Sandersville.  Labeling information provided in submittals “proprietary” or “confidential”, or any other designation of restricted use will not protect the information from public view.  Subject to the provisions of the Open Records Act, the details of the proposal documents will remain confidential until final award.

The City reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to waive any technicalities associated with this submittal if deemed in the best interest of the City.

  1. Questions and Requests for Clarification

Questions about any aspect of the Phase II Response for Finalists, shall be submitted in writing via e-mail to: Brianna Wiley, e-mail: bwiley@sandersvillega.org or as directed in the Notice to Selected Finalists, if different.  The deadlines for submission of questions relating to the Phase II Response will be identified in the Notice to Selected Finalists.  From the issue date of this solicitation until a successful proposer is selected and the award is made official and announced, respondents are subject to the Restriction of Communication in Section I.B. 

X.   City of Sandersville Terms and Conditions

A.Statement of Agreement

With the submission of a SOQ, the respondent agrees that he/she has carefully examined the Request for Qualifications, and agrees that it is the respondent’s responsibility to request clarification on any issues in any section of the Request for Qualifications with which the respondent disagrees or needs clarified.  The respondent also understands that failure to mention these items during the question period or in the SOQ will be interpreted to mean that the respondent is in full agreement with the terms, conditions, specifications and requirements in the therein.  With submission of a SOQ, the respondent hereby certifies:  (a) that this SOQ is genuine and is not made in the interest or on behalf of any undisclosed person, firm, or corporation; (b) that respondent has not directly or indirectly included or solicited any other respondent to put in a false or insincere SOQ; (c) that respondent has not solicited or induced any person, firm, or corporation to refrain from sending a SOQ.

The respondent also understands that failure to provide required information may result in disqualification.  Failure to provide administrative information may not result in disqualification. At the City’s discretion, the City may notify the respondent that administrative information is not provided or there was an error in the information provided, and the City will allow a respondent to provide an update to the administrative information.  However, the exception to this is the provision of the required GEORGIA SECURITY AND IMMIGRATION COMPLIANCE ACT AFFIDAVIT, which by Georgia Law requires disqualification of the response.  The above changes mentioned to administrative information would be considered allowable as these would be limited to changes which do not affect the information which the evaluators use to score the respondents. Failure of a respondent to provide the specific administrative information as required in the notice will result in disqualification.  Any respondent who provides changes in addition to the information requested in the notice shall be subject to disqualification.  Failure of a respondent’s SOQ to provide any information pertaining to a respondent and its teams qualifications, of any type, will subject the SOQ to disqualification.  The City will not allow updates to qualifications to be provided to avoid disqualification as this would allow a respondent to modify its SOQ and alter the information which evaluators would score.  The above changes related to qualifications would not be allowable as these would allow changes which do affect the information which the evaluators use to score the respondents SOQ.

  1. Joint-Venture Proposals, Sub-Consultants, and Vendors

The City does not generally desire to enter into “joint-venture” agreements with multiple firms.  In the event two or more firms desire to “joint-venture”, it is strongly recommended that one incorporated firm propose and maintain status as the Program Management firm with the remaining firms participating as major firms.  Any joint-venture, proposed and established as a separate business entity, should have its own set of books and supporting documentation sufficient for an audit trail. Transactions should be recorded consistent with the joint-venture agreement, and care must be taken to ensure that the joint-venture bears its equitable share of the costs.  Therefore, “unpopulated joint-ventures” would not have an adequate accounting system suitable for cost reimbursement contracts.

However more traditional “populated joint-ventures” are welcomed.  A populated joint-venture is where an alliance is brought to life by infusing it with working capital, employees, and control systems.  The alliance implements all necessary business systems, including payroll processing, purchasing, property control, etc.  The alliance will develop its own indirect rate structure and calculates its own indirect cost rates, based on the direct and indirect costs it incurs.

Sub-Consultants shall generally be considered any team member which is performing any service which typically requires prequalification, which is subject to the Audit and Accounting System Requirements, and whose services are billed as costs.  Sub-Consultant Team Members must be written into the resulting Agreement and are subject to all terms and conditions in the Agreement.  Vendors shall be considered any team member which is performing any service which typically does not require prequalification, which is not subject to the Audit and Accounting System Requirements, and whose services are billed as direct expenses.  Vendors may not be written into the resulting Agreement and may not be subject to all terms and conditions in the Agreement.

  1. Non-Discrimination and DBE Requirements

The City of Sandersville in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 78 Stat. 252, 42 USC 2000d--42 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, part 21, Nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all proposers that the City of Sandersville will affirmatively ensure that any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin in consideration for an award.

The City of Sandersville has adopted a 16% overall annual goal for DBE participation on all federally funded projects.  This goal is not to be considered as a fixed quota, set aside or preference.  The DBE goal can be met by prime contracting, sub-contracting, joint-venture or mentor/ protégé relationship.

The City of Sandersville will monitor and assess each consultant services submittals for their DBE participation and/or good faith effort in promoting equity and opportunity in accordance with the state of Georgia, Department of Transportation Disadvantage Business Program Plan.

For more information on the City DBE Program please contact:

City of Sandersville

Brianna Wiley

Finance Director

141 W. Haynes Street

Sandersville, GA 31082

(478) 552-2525

  1. Audit and Accounting System Requirements

The City reserves the right to reject any proposal with firms that do not meet the following requirements:

  1. Firm(s) should have an accounting system in place to meet requirements of 48 CFR Part 31 and, in the case of non-profit organizations, OMB Circular A-122.
  2. Any firm that currently has an aggregate contract amount exceeding $250,000 should have submitted their yearly CPA overhead audit. 
  3. Firm(s) should have no significant outstanding deficient audit findings from previous contracts with the City of Sandersville that have not been resolved.
  4. The prime is responsible for being reasonably assured that all sub-consultant(s) presented as a part of the proposed team are similarly in compliance with the above requirements.

E.Submittal Costs and Confidentiality

All expenses for preparing and submitting responses are the sole cost of the respondent submitting the response.  The City of Sandersville is not obligated to any respondent to reimburse such expenses.  All submittals upon receipt become the property of the City of Sandersville.  Labeling information provided in submittals as “proprietary” or “confidential”, or any other designation of restricted use will not protect the information from public view.  Subject to the provisions of the Open Records Act, the

ADDENDUM

Please clarify whether the Prime Consultant must meet ALL the requirements listed in Exhibit I, 5A. The following DELETE AREA CLASSES is confusing. For example, 106f – Archeology is generally not required for pedestrian facilities. Should we “DELETE”  “NON APPLICABLE”  categories we deem unnecessary?

 

Prospective consultants are not to delete any requirements.  Consultants may choose to have sub-contractors that are qualified in the area classes to fulfill these obligations.

 

I saw that lighting is part of the expected scope of services, but the Prequalification Code (3.15 – Highway Lighting) is not included in the list of necessary categories.  Will this be updated or is it not a requirement?

 

The City of Sandersville will conduct the lighting. Please let me know if you need anything further.

 

1) Please confirm that the prime consultant must only be prequalified in only the following area classes as is custom for this type of work and the other area classes will be required by a composition of team members:

 

3.02 Urban roadway design
3.03 Complex Urban Roadway design

 

This only allows the prime consultant one prequalification in one of the area classes that was designated in the RFQ.  This would not be acceptable. 3.03 was not requested in the RFQ.

 

2) We assume the only other required area classes to be met by team members include the following based on the scope of work; please confirm:

 

9.01 Erosion, Sedimentation and Pollution Control Plan

3.06 Traffic Operations Studies
3.08 Landscape Architecture
3.10 Utility Coordination
3.15 Highway Lighting and Outdoor Lighting
3.13 Bicycle and Pedestrian facility
1.06 (a), (b), (c), (d),(e),(f)

 

We still do not have prequalification in area classes 3.01, 5.01, 5.02, 8.01and 9.03 as per the RFQ. 3.06, 3.08, and 3.15 was not requested in the RFQ.

 

  1. The Prime Consultant MUST be prequalified by GDOT in the area classes listed below:

 

DELETE THE AREA CLASSES THAT ARE NOT APPLICABLE TO THE SPECIFIC SOLICITATION. 

 

Number

Area Class

1.06(a)

NEPA

1.06(b)

History

1.06(c)

Air Quality

1.06(d)

Noise

1.06(e)

Ecology

1.06(f)

Archaeology

3.01

Two-Lane or Multi-lane Rural Roadway Design

3.02

Two-lane or Multi-lane Urban Roadway Design

3.10

Utility Coordination

3.13

Facilities for Bicycles and Pedestrians

5.01

Land Surveying

5.02

Engineering Surveying

8.01

Construction Engineering and Supervision

9.03

Field Inspection for Erosion Control

 

  1. The Team (either the Prime Consultant and/or one or more of their sub-consultant team members) MUST be prequalified by GDOT in the area classes listed below: 

 

DELETE THE AREA CLASSES THAT ARE NOT APPLICABLE TO THE SPECIFIC SOLICITATION. 

 

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Number

Area Class

1.06(a)

NEPA

1.06(b)

History

 

The City of Sandersville reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive formalities, to re-advertise and/or to award the contract in the best interest of the City.