Request for Proposal: Smith River Rancheria Highway 101 Multimodal Smith River Safety Corridor Project (see details at https://www.tolowa-nsn.gov/departments/grants-and-contracts)
The Smith River Rancheria (Tribe) is the recipient of the U.S. Department of the Transportation Federal Highway Administration Fiscal Year 2011 Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant and the Tribal Transportation Program (formerly Indian Reservation Roads) for the Highway 101 Multimodal Smith River Safety Corridor Project.
The Smith River Rancheria (“Tribe”) is a federally recognized Indian tribe of Tolowa Dee-ni’ that is located three miles south of the Oregon-California border in northwest California.
The Tribe is soliciting proposals from qualified engineering firms for professional engineering services required for the US Highway 101 Multimodal Smith River Safety Corridor Project. The segment is located in Del Norte County, on US 101, and passes through the unincorporated community of Smith River and the Smith River Rancheria. The purpose of the project is to provide roadway improvements that address existing motorized and non-motorized safety concerns on US Highway 101 through the community of Smith River and the Smith River Rancheria the (“Project”).
Interested consultants are invited to submit qualifications in accordance with the requirements of this Request for Proposals (RFP).
Competitive proposals will be received by the Smith River Rancheria, 140 Rowdy Creek Rd., Smith River, California 95567, until 4:00 PM on Wednesday the 16th day of January 2013. Proposals must be submitted in a clearly marked enveloped. Proposals will be evaluated in accordance with the Evaluation Criteria listed in the RFP:
The Consultant services contract is expected to be awarded by January 25, 2013. The actual time frame to complete this design work will be negotiated with the successful Consultant. The Tribe intends to select a single consultant team for all aspects of the work necessary to complete the project. Any Consultant responding to the RFP must be willing to commit the necessary resources to the project within a mutually agreed upon schedule.
Complete Request for Proposals packages, including selection criteria, are available from Nita Rolfe, Program Coordinator at the Smith River Rancheria Tribal Office or you may request a package by phone at (707) 487-9255 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Competition in this bid solicitation will be open to all qualified respondents.
Respondents shall comply with the SRR Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance
Proposals from Contractors that do not meet this verifiable experience requirement, or proposals that do not include a listing of the work that accounts for a Contractor’s verifiable experience, may be deemed as non-responsive proposals, and may therefore be rejected.
The Smith River Rancheria reserves the right to reject any or all proposals for this work.
Read the complete Request for Proposal here https://www.tolowa-nsn.gov/departments/grants-and-contracts