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The City of Orange is requesting proposals for National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Section 106 compliance cultural resources reports for the New Traffic Signal at S. Glassell Street and Palmyra Avenue project (SP-4114). The project will install a new traffic signal at the intersection of S. Glassell Street and Palmyra Avenue, within the City’s National Register of Historic Places Old Towne Orange Historic District. The engineering and construction of the project is federally funded under the federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Cycle 9 administered by California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). The City is seeking a qualified contractor to prepare and process Section 106 compliance reports for City/Caltrans approval. The contractor must have experience working with Caltrans/Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) requirements and must have successfully completed similar work.
To receive the Request for Proposals document (RFP), submit an email to Ms. Marissa Moshier, email@example.com , Historic Preservation Planner at the City of Orange, requesting a copy of the RFP 20-21.38 and to be added to the Proposer List. Only RFPs received directly from the City shall be considered official, as the City must track RFP holders in the event an addendum is issued. Any addendum issued will be provided to prospective consultants on the Proposer List. All proposers must acknowledge receipt of any addenda in the Cover Letter of their proposal. Failure to submit an RFP request to the City and/or acknowledge receipt of addenda in the submitted proposal will result in disqualification of the proposal. Hard copies are not available.
Contractor’s proposal with a separate fee proposal must be submitted by 2:00 pm, April 1, 2021 by one of the following options: either online, by courier or U.S. mail, or hand delivery. Refer to the full RFP document for complete submittal instructions.
The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.
The consultant work and project documents shall be prepared in accordance with Caltrans Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM) including compliance with the Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Program. The City has established a DBE mandatory participation goal of 45% for the project.
CITY OF ORANGE
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
300 E. CHAPMAN AVENUE
ORANGE, CALIFORNIA 92866-1591
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