Black Rock Turnpike Engineering Planning Study
LEGAL NOTICE: The Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (METROCOG) is seeking the services of a professional engineering firm to conduct an Engineering Planning Study for the Black Rock Turnpike in the Town of Fairfield. The engineering study would determine improvements to address recurring congestion and persistent safety issues.
For a complete copy of the RFQ please visit http://www.ctmetro.org/about-us/for-vendors/. All responses to any consultant inquiries will be periodically updated and available at http://www.ctmetro.org/about-us/for-vendors/.
Firms responding to this request should be of adequate size and sufficiently staffed to perform the assignment described above.
The firm will be evaluated and selected based on design and technical competence, the capacity and capability to perform the work within the time allotted, past record of performance, and knowledge of Federal, State, and Municipal procedures, appropriately weighted in descending order of importance.
The fee will be negotiated on a Lump Sum basis.
The Small Contractor and Small Contractor Minority Business Enterprises (Set – Aside) sub consultant goal will be no less than zero (0%) of the original agreement value.
The selected firm must meet all Municipal, State, and Federal affirmative action and equal employment opportunity practices.
A letter of interest, together with general information on the firm and proposed subconsultants, the firm’s brochure, experience of the firms, and resumes of key personnel shall be addressed to:
Mr. Matthew Fulda, Regional Planner
Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments
1000 Lafayette Boulevard Suite 925
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Additionally, all interested firms must submit a detailed statement including the organizational structure under which the firm proposes to conduct business. Proposed sub consultants should be clearly identified. The relationship to any ”parent” firm or subsidiary firm, with any of the parties concerned, must be clearly defined.
All proposals must be postmarked by a U.S. Post Office (if mailed) or brought to the offices of the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments at the above address (if hand delivered) no later than 4:00 pm on Friday, October 28, 2016. Responses received or postmarked after this date will not be considered.