Active bids/RFPs/RFQs Continuing Engineering Services 2021 (Bids Due October 28,2021) Bid Package Continuing Engineering Serivces_2021

Agency: City of Dade City
State: Florida
Type of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • R - Professional, Administrative and Management Support Services
Posted: Aug 30, 2021
Due: Oct 28, 2021
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Continuing Engineering Services 2021 (Bids Due October 28,2021)
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
CIVIL/GENERAL ENGINEERING, SURVEYING AND MAPPING,
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, AND GEO-TECHNICAL SERVICES
RFQ 2106AD
CITY OF DADE CITY
CONTINUING ENGINEERING
SERVICES
Contact Information
Tina Mauriello
Project Coordinator (352) 523-5050 ext. 420
tmauriello@dadecityfl.com
Advertisement Date:
RFQ 2106AD
INFORMATION PACKAGE
CITY OF DADE CITY, FLORIDA
Request for Qualifications
CONTINUING ENGINEERING
SERVICES
Invitation
In accordance with section 287.055 of Florida statutes "Consultants Competitive Negotiations Act"
(CCNA) the City of Dade City hereby invites interested and qualified Florida licensed professional
engineers to present their qualifications for providing continuing engineering services that may be
required by the city on an as-needed basis.
CCNA contracts are limited to projects which construction costs do not exceed $4 million and
when the fee for professional services for each individual study does not exceed $500,000, per
Florida Statue 287.055 (2)(g). Any resulting contracts(s) will be for three years with renewal for
an additional two years upon mutual consent of the parties. Firm qualifications presented in
accordance with the requested format will be accepted by the City of Dade City, 38020 Meridian
Ave, Dade City, Florida 33525 until 2:00 pm on October 28, 2017. Sealed envelopes should be
marked with the following:
RESPONSE TO CITY OF DADE CITY RFQ REGARDING:
CONTINUING ENGINEERING SERVICES
DUE: BEFORE 2:00 PM on October 28, 2021
Qualified parties interested in responding to this Request for Qualifications may review or
download a general information package containing a prescribed general format and details
relevant to this RFQ from the Dade City web site at https://www.dadecityfl.com , DemandStar web
site at https://network.demandstar.com , or email request to tmauriello@dadecityfl.com .
Attention is directed to F.S. Section 287.133 (2) {A) "Public Entity Crime" which prohibits certain
persons or affiliates who have been convicted of a public entity crime from responding to this
invitation. A form is included in the information package for execution and submission with a
response to this RFQ. A Drug Free Workplace Form is also included in the information package
for execution and submission with a response to this RFQ. Failure to execute and submit the
requisite forms with a response to this RFQ will subject the response to disqualification.
Consultants interested in submitting a response to this RFQ agree to not contact or "lobby" City
Council Members or any employee or agent of the City at any time during the solicitation period
and selection process with the exception of directing questions/ requests for clarification through
the City Engineer. Any other contact with the City in this matter will be considered inappropriate
and subject a response to rejection / disqualification.
The City reserves the right to reject any or all responses, waive any informality or irregularity on
any response if considered non-substantial by the City, and/or to cancel this invitation at will.
Responses received after the date and time stipulated herein will be considered late and therefore
disqualified.
SCOPE OF SERVICES: Below is a summary description of each type of work discipline to be
awarded under this solicitation:
Civil / General Engineering:
Requires engineering expertise in planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration services in connection with Civil Engineering, as well as knowledge of current
rules and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies regulating the industry, including the
Department of Environmental Protection, the South Florida Water Management District, the
United States Environmental Protection Agency, the United States Corps of Engineers, and any
other governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the same. The firm must employ at least
one professional engineer, registered with the Florida State Board of Professional Engineers,
having training and experience in this general area.
Requires engineering expertise in planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration services in connection with structural design and building, as well as knowledge
of current rules and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies regulating the industry. The
firm must employ at least one professional engineer, registered with the Florida State Board of
Professional Engineers, having training and experience in the area of Structural Systems and
Structural Engineering.
Requires engineering expertise in inspecting, planning, permitting, bidding, special inspector
services, threshold inspector services, and construction administration services in connection
with multi-discipline design, as well as knowledge of the Florida Building Code and the related
current rules and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies and jurisdictions regulating the
industry. The firm must employ at least one professional engineer, registered with the Florida
State Board of Professional Engineers, having training and experience in the area of
Construction Engineering Inspection.
Requires engineering expertise in planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration services in connection with electrical systems as well as knowledge of current
rules and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies regulating the industry. The firm must
employ at least one professional engineer, registered with the Florida Board of Professional
Engineers, having training and experience in the area of Electrical Systems and Electrical
Engineering.
Requires engineering expertise in planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration services in connection with mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection systems as
well as knowledge of current rules and regulations of local, state, and federal agencies
regulating the industry. The firm must employ at least one professional engineer, registered with
the Florida Board of Professional Engineers, having training and experience in the area of
Mechanical Systems and Mechanical Engineering.
Requires engineering expertise in planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration phases of services in connection with transportation infrastructures, traffic
studies, warrant studies, and signals. The firm must employ at least one professional engineer,
registered with the Florida State Board of Professional Engineers, having training and
experience in the area of Transportation Engineering.
Review of development petitions (site plans, special exceptions, temporary uses, etc.), and
associated traffic impact studies for compliance with Broward County’s Traffic Performance
Standards and City Codes. Coordination with petitioner’s consultants and the Broward County
Traffic Division to resolve issues relating to the interpretation and implementation of the Traffic
Performance Standards. Review of impacts of the development petition’s traffic on existing road
networks with particular emphasis on surrounding residential neighborhoods. Review of
proposed roadway improvement recommendations for compliance with established design
criteria and to ensure that all traffic impacts caused by proposed petitions have been properly
addressed. Review of existing or proposed conditions as they effect traffic conditions along city
streets and making recommendations relative to changes or improvements. Examples include
speed limits, traffic counts, intersection improvements, on-street parking, etc. Meet with staff,
applicants, and Pasco County staff to address issues that arise during the development
review process.
Requires expertise in land planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration phases of service for Landscape Architecture. The firm must employ at least one
landscape architect, registered with the Florida State Board of Landscape Architecture.
Additionally, the firm must employ sufficient personnel to provide services normally associated
with this type of land planning services.
Geo-Technical Services:
Requires engineering expertise in connection with Geotechnical Analysis. The firm must employ
at least one professional engineer, registered with the Florida State Board of Professional
Engineers having demonstrated experience in the activities normally associated with this work.
The Consultant must employ and enlist sufficient staff to undertake the requirements normally
associated with this type of work and must document the availability of proper equipment to
perform this work.
Surveying and Mapping Services:
Requires surveying experience in the preparation of Boundary, Site, Topographic and Right-of-Way
Surveys, and Sketch and Legal Descriptions in conformance with the Florida Minimum
Technical Standards. The firm must employ at least one land surveyor, registered with the
Florida State Board of Land Surveyors, having at least one year of land surveying experience
acting as responsible in charge. The Consultant must employ and enlist sufficient staff to
undertake the requirements normally associated with this type of work and must document the
availability of proper equipment to perform this work.
Architectural Design:
Requires architectural expertise in planning, designing, permitting, bidding, and construction
administration phases of service in Architectural Design. The firm must employ at least one
architect, registered with the Florida State Board of Architecture and Interior Design.
Additionally, the firm must have knowledge of current rules and regulations of local, state, and
federal agencies regulating the environment and all land use and building code provisions,
including the Department of Environmental Protection, the South Florida Water Management
District, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the South Florida Building Code,
and the United States Corps of Engineers
Submitting for Multiple Disciplines:
Responders have the option of submitting qualifications for one or more of the professional works
disciplines listed above.
AGREEMENT AWARD & TERM
The City intends to award continuing services contracts to multiple firms. This contract shall be
awarded for a period of three (3) years effective from the date of the award with renewal for an
additional two years upon mutual consent of the parties. The continuing services contract does not
guarantee any work. The responder understands that this RFQ does not constitute an offer or
agreement with the responder. An offer or agreement shall not be deemed to exist and is not binding
until an agreement is approved by the appropriate level of authority within the City, and executed by
all parties.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES NEGOTIATIONS & FEES
A. The City anticipates negotiating scope and fee for multiple projects with firms utilizing the City's
Continuing Professional Services Contract. In accordance with F.S. 287.055 (3)(a), for projects that
exceed the threshold amounts provided in F.S. 287.017, and which are below the limits proscribed
in F.S. 287.055(2)(g), project award and fees/method of payment will be made as follows:
1. The City will generate a preliminary scope of work on an individual project basis.
2. The City will contact the firm under the continuing professional services contract for the
specific discipline to obtain a proposal and the City will negotiate compensation for professional
services that is fair, competitive and reasonable.
3. If the negotiations are not acceptable to the City, the City will issue a separate formal
solicitation and follow the selection and negotiation process in accordance with F.S. 287.055.
B. For projects that exceed the estimated construction cost or the individual study activity fee
identified F.S. 287.055 (2)(g), a Continuing Contract cannot be used and a separate formal
solicitation for the specific project or study will be specifically issued by the City.
PROPOSAL SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
To facilitate the analysis of responses to this RFQ, Responders are required to prepare their
Statements of Qualifications in accordance with the instructions outlined in this Section. Responders
must respond in full to all RFQ sections and follow the indicated RFQ format (section numbering,
and similar matters) in their Responses. Failure to follow these instructions may result in rejection
of the Response.
Responders must clearly identify the discipline for which they are responding. Responders may
submit responses for multiple disciplines.
TAB A: COVER LETTER, MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS &
REFERENCES
1. Transmittal Letter and Table of Contents: Provide a cover letter no longer than two (2) pages in
length, signed by an authorized representative of your firm summarizing the responder’s
understanding of the work to be performed, the commitment to perform the work, a statement why
the firm believes itself to be best qualified to perform the engagement, and a statement that the
response remains in effect for ninety (90) days. An authorized agent of the responder must sign the
Letter of Transmittal indicating the agent’s title or authority. In addition, the letter should disclose the
name of the contracting agent and primary contact person, his/her title, address, phone number, fax
number and email address. The table of contents should follow the cover letter.
TAB B: EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS OF THE FIRM
1. Clearly indicate the professional work discipline that is being submitted based on the titles used in
this Solicitation by including the completed Designation of Qualified Discipline Form. NOTE: Where a
Responder mixes and matches work disciplines so that the City is unable to clearly identify what
professional work discipline or disciplines the Responder is submitting for, the City may determine
the Response non-responsive.
2. Provide a general statement describing the types of services offered by the firm, location of main
and branch offices, number of years in business and number of employees in each department, and
attach evidence of licenses and certification to perform the required services.
3. Provide location of office from which this work will be performed.
4. Outline the firm’s experience with the professional work discipline being submitted for. The firm
should provide examples of projects they provided professional services on. The firm should also
demonstrate how it interacts with municipal clients and provides and exchanges information relative
to the requirements.
5. Describe any significant or unique awards received or accomplishments in previous, similar
projects.
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