Environment Consulting Services RFP - Questions & Responses
- ATC Group Services LLC
Fleis & Vandenbrink
Global Environmental Engineering, Inc.
Otwell Mawby, P.C.
Soil and Materials Engineers, Inc.
Response: No, bidders ARE NOT forbidden from addressing previous Osceola County projects. The reason bidders were not asked to specifically address this criteria is that the CDO and BRA are aware of who they have worked with in the past and in what manner; however, this does not preclude a bidder from addressing this topic if desired. As a point of clarification, the phrase "previous working relationship" is not limited to strictly brownfield work.
Q4. Could you provide the Parcel ID numbers of the four parcels involved in the grant?
Site #1, 19969 M-115, Marion: 06-027-002-00
Site #2, 901 W. 7th St., Evart: 51-150-003-00
Site #3, 10089 US-10, Evart: 51-005-007-00
Site #4, 214 N. Chestnut, Reed City: 52-118-012-50
Q5. If a firm has not worked previously for the Community Development Office or the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority will their score for selection criteria 4 be 0?
Response: If a firm has no history whatsoever their score would be zero; however, the score is zero to ten on a sliding scale. Additionally, the work does not necessarily have to be brownfield related. For example, a firm that did nothing more than provide a cost estimate to demo a building would score several points.
Q6. Did the County write the grant application, or did a consultant write it?
Response: The County wrote the application.
Q7. Would it be possible to get a copy of the application?
Response: Yes; Osceola County Brownfield Grant Application
Q8. Do you have a cooperative work plan, and it is possible to get a copy?
Response: We do not have a cooperative agreement yet.