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Southeastern CT Council of Governments REGIONAL COMMUNITY RATING SYSTEM PROGRAM/MODEL

RFP Title: Printer Friendly REGIONAL COMMUNITY RATING SYSTEM PROGRAM/MODEL
Company: Southeastern CT Council of Governments
Address: 5 CT Ave, Norwich, CT 06360
Contact Person: Amanda Kennedy
Contact Email:
Company website: www.seccog.org
General Overview:
The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (SCCOG) is seeking qualifications and proposals from firms to conduct regional Community Rating System (CRS) certification activities and related services. Statements of Qualifications and Proposals must be received by SCCOG no later than Friday, October 20, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. EST.

Scope of Work:
The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments proposes to assist its member municipalities in enrolling in FEMAs Community Rating System (CRS), which discounts insurance rates in municipalities that implement best practices for reducing flood risks, and to develop a model for future enrollment and continued participation. Currently, two of its 22 member municipalities (East Lyme and Stonington) are enrolled or have their certification pending with the CRS program at class 8 status (10% discount). Five additional municipalities are not enrolled in CRS but have a large number of properties insured against flood (Norwich, New London, City of Groton, Town of Groton and Waterford), with Groton administered as four entities (Groton Long Point, Noank, Town of Groton, and City of Groton) for the purposes of the CRS program. For the purpose of this prospective scope, Norwich, New London, Waterford, Town of Groton, City of Groton, Noank, and Groton Long Point are referred to as target communities. The intent of the project is to provide services to the target communities that will document their implementation of practices that qualify for CRS certification, to provide these services to other SCCOG municipalities where applicable, and to develop a model for additional municipalities to enroll in CRS in the future and to conduct ongoing compliance activities. View the full RFP for the draft scope of work.

Consultant Qualifications:
Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in
the FEMA CRS program.


Other Information:


Proposal Submission Requirements:
1) Background statement describing the firm, its discipline capabilities, principal staff availability, location, and financial stability. 2) Qualifications and position with the firm of those individuals who will be assigned to the project. Include resumes of key personnel. 3) Statement of experience with similar projects. Identify location of the work, clients, contact information, dates of completion, and deliverables provided. 4) A proposal describing the firms approach to this project, responding to the draft scope of services included herein, including a schedule and proposed budget/fee for project completion. 5) Organization structure under which your firm is proposing to conduct this project. Identify and sub-consultants with their principal contact listed. 6) Concluding statement as to why your firm is best qualified to meet the needs of SCCOG and why your firm should be selected. 7) Five (5) copies of the Statement of Qualifications/Proposal should be submitted to James S. Butler, AICP, Executive Director, Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments, 5 Connecticut Avenue, Norwich, CT 06360.

Link to online RFP: Click Here
RFP to be closed on date: 10/23/2017

Thurston County, Washington Request for Proposals/Request for Qualifications for the Thurston County Nisqually Sub-Area Plan Asphalt Recycling Policy Review Project - Analysis of Potential Environmental, Public Health, and Transportation Implications

RFP Title: Printer Friendly Request for Proposals/Request for Qualifications for the Thurston County Nisqually Sub-Area Plan Asphalt Recycling Policy Review Project - Analysis of Potential Environmental, Public Health, and Transportation Implications
Company: Thurston County, Washington
Address:
Contact Person: Celinda Adair
Contact Email:
Company website: http://www.thurstoncountywa.gov/tchome/Pages/default.aspx
General Overview:
Thurston County, Washington, is seeking proposals from qualified firms to conduct a review of existing scientific information relating to the potential environmental, public health, and transportation implications of a proposed policy change that would allow asphalt recycling to occur as an accessory use inside the mined out portion of any gravel pit(s) located within the Nisqually Sub-Area.
Thurston County, Washington, is seeking qualification information for firms qualified to conduct scientific studies relating to the potential environmental, public health, and transportation implications of a proposed policy change that would allow asphalt recycling to occur as an accessory use inside the mined out portion of any gravel pit(s) located within the Nisqually Sub-Area.


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Consultant Qualifications:


Other Information:


Proposal Submission Requirements:


Link to online RFP: Click Here
RFP to be closed on date: 9/29/2017





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