Architects 2018-01-18T10:01:19+00:00

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Washington State Current Consultant Bids

Washington State Upcoming Consultant Bids

Western Washington University Facilities

 

RFQ Preliminary Engineering Services for a New City Shop
Bid Number: GF-2018-004
The City of Mount Vernon is accepting Statement of Qualifications from firms to assist the City’s Public Works Department with preliminary architect/engineering services needed to proceed toward funding, design and construction of a new public works maintenance facility.
Firms wishing to be considered are requested to send one copy (maximum 15 pages) of their Statement of Qualifications to the City of Mount Vernon Public Works Department, 1024 Cleveland Avenue, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 by 4:30 p.m. on January 19, 2018. The Statement of Qualifications should include resumes of project team members as well as related firm experience. Recent relevant project experience (within the last five years) is most important.
Contact Person: Esco Bell, Public Works Director (360) 336-6204, mvengineering@mountvernonwa.gov
Download related documents from: https://www.mountvernonwa.gov/bids.aspx?bidID=63

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RFQ for Professional Design Services – MVSD Old Main Building
Architectural Consultant Services for the Mount Vernon High School Old Main Building Historic Modernization and the Tenant Improvements to the Fine Arts Building. Other Work on the Mount Vernon High School campus that may be added at a later date includes, but may not be limited to:
• Project phasing and temporary housing of students and administrative staff
• Programming and concept development of other structures on the high school campus, such as the Vocational Shop addition, AG Building modernization and a Welding Shop
• Campus Master Plan upgrades
• Campus storm water analysis
Project Information: The Mount Vernon School District (MVSD) proposes to modernize the Old Main historic building (historical significance – not historically registered) and complete miscellaneous Tenant Improvements to the Fine Arts Building both located on the Mount Vernon High school campus and if possible, the other work described above.
These projects are being delivered using the General Contractor/Construction Manager (GC/CM) method of delivery. The GC/CM contractor chosen and now under contract is Lydig Construction, Bellevue, WA
The modernization of the Old Main Building may have some required precursory work on the Mount Vernon High School campus that will have to be accomplished in order for construction on Old Main to occur. The Owner reserves the right at their sole discretion to increase or decrease the scope of the selected A/E design team to include work related to any, or all, of this precursory work.
Approximate MACC $5,500,000
Site Visit: A walkthrough of both buildings and the overall campus is scheduled for Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 at 3:00PM. Park in the south parking lot and gather at the south entrance of Old Main.
Interested Architectural Consultants are encouraged to attend.
The campus address is: 314 North 9th Street, Mount Vernon, Washington 98273, (360) 428-6156
Note: Teams should contact the Capital Facilities Director noted below at (360) 428-6110 with any questions. The Mount Vernon High School campus including all buildings may not be visited or staff contacted, outside of the scheduled site visit(s) noted above.
Submittals: Statement of Qualifications submittals will be accepted until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 20th, 2018. Late submittals will be rejected.
Submit to: Suzanne Gilbert, Director of Planning & Construction, Mount Vernon School District No. 320, 124 East Lawrence Street, Mount Vernon, Washington 98273, (360) 428-6110
Download from: http://www.Mountvernonschools.org/node/476

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2018 On-Call Consultant Services Roster – Port of Anacortes
The Port of Anacortes is currently requesting Statements of Qualifications for the following categories of professional services: Architectural & Engineering.
The Port of Anacortes anticipates a variety of public work projects at its existing facilities. These projects include, but are not limited to infrastructure, civil improvement, and environmental projects at all Port of Anacortes facilities.
1. Structural Engineering and Design
2. Civil Engineering and Design
3. Electrical Engineering and Design
4. Mechanical Engineering and Design
5. Autocad / GIS Support
6. Architecture and Design
7. Landscape Architecture
8. Geotechnical / Soils
9. Construction and Property Surveying
10. Hydrographic Surveying
11. Environmental Investigation / Remediation / Compliance
The purpose of this solicitation is to provide an annual update to our list of qualified consultants who may meet the requirements of the Port for providing consulting services related to port-wide projects. A Statement of Qualifications shall be kept on file for a 1 year period. The Port shall contract for on-call consulting services on an as needed basis by issuing individual Task Orders under a basic professional services contract.
Pursuant to Chapter 39.80 RCW, the Port will select the most qualified consultant for each project from the list of qualified consultants. Prior to execution of a Task Order, the Port and the consulting firm shall agree upon the scope and price to perform the services. Tasks shall either be contracted on a Time and Materials Completion basis or a Firm Fixed Price basis.
The Port reserves the right (i) to make multiple awards for on-call services in each of the categories of expertise, (ii) to advertise at any time for additional Statements of Qualifications for any or all of the categories (iii) to advertise for Statements of Qualifications for a particular project and (iv) to amend this process at any time. No firm or consultant submitting a Statement of Qualifications shall have any right or claim against the Port of Anacortes resulting from such submission.
To view a copy of the Port’s Professional Services Agreement, and for general information regarding Port facilities and operations, please visit our website at www.portofanacortes.com.
Responses should address the following evaluation criteria:
1. Experience of key personnel to be assigned to the contract
2. Firm’s proven ability to provide innovative, cost-effective solutions
3. Firm’s proven track record of quality performance and performance schedules
4. Firm’s responsiveness and capacity to perform
5. References who can validate performance, including schedule and cost performance
Firms submitting Statements of Qualifications should clearly identify the specific
categories (listed above) of their expertise. SOQ’s containing pertinent data to assist the selection committee in evaluating the firm’s qualifications must not exceed a total of 12 pages (including cover letter).
For each project, Port staff will evaluate the Statement of Qualifications on file and select the consultant that can best satisfy the above criteria. In some instances, Port staff may elect to conduct interviews of closely scored consultants prior to making a selection.
The preferred method of delivery is electronically. Statement of Qualifications should be emailed to Becky Darden, Contracts Administrator, at becky.darden@portofanacortes.com and must be received by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, January 24, 2018.
NOTE: If your firm is currently listed on the Port of Anacortes 2016-2019 On-call Consultant Roster, please DO NOT submit a new SOQ. This is simply a yearly update to the current roster.
Qualifications may also be mailed or delivered to Port of Anacortes, 100 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221.

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RFQ Professional Services – Island County
Island County anticipates the need for architectural, surveying, engineering, and general professional services for 2018. Selection of firms or individuals for interview and possible professional service contract will be based on qualifications, experience, references, ability to provide service on schedule, and applicable licensing requirements, if any. Final selection of individuals or firms will be based on interview results, meeting insurance requirements, and cost of services to be provided.
Professional services are sought in the following areas: Road Surveying, Design, and Construction Engineering Right-of-Way – Appraisals / Negotiations / Acquisition Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering Land and Property Surveying Geology, Geotechnical Evaluation, and Materials Testing Services Storm Water Facilities Fuel Depot Maintenance/ System (Card-lock) Water Resources & Wetland Delineation/Mitigation Landscaping & Plant Restoration Trenchless Construction Environmental Services Traffic & Noise Mitigation Shoreline Geology & Processes Marine Biology, Fisheries & Stream Surveys and Habitat Studies Biological Assessments Water Quality Monitoring Archeological Services Septic Drainfield Location / Evaluation / Design Photogrammetric / Mapping Services Capital Improvements / Public Facilities Planning and Architectural Design Recycling / Hazardous Waste / Remediation Landfill Design & Operations / Septage Management Electronic Data Processing Telecommunications Service Civil Design Software – Including Support Use of local Island County individuals and firms as subconsultants are encouraged, but will not be part of the selection criteria.
Letters of interest and statements of qualification (1 copy only) as a response to this Request for Services, proposals should be submitted to the Island County Public Works Department, PO Box 5000, Coupeville, WA 98239-5000, no later than 4:30p.m., January 31, 2018.
If a statement of qualifications was submitted in 2017, then a letter requesting your firm be retained on the County list is sufficient. Statements will be accepted after the due date, but may not receive consideration for possible work early in the calendar year.

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RFP San Juan County Fairgrounds Master Plan Update
Project Description: The Parks, Recreation and Fair Department intends to contract with a professional consultant firm to assist with the San Juan County Fairgrounds Master Plan update. The current plan was adopted in 2012.
San Juan County Fairgrounds is a multipurpose property located just south of the Town of Friday Harbor on San Juan Island in Washington State. In addition to the annual county fair, the property is actively used year ‘round for community and special events, theatre, sports programming, camping, 4H, and as a public open space. The property is a historically significant cultural landscape that includes multiple built facilities, with some buildings between 75 & 100 years old. Detailed information on the fairgrounds and fair are located at http://www.sjcfair.org/
The completed master plan update should include a comprehensive analysis of the fairgrounds programs and facilities and include a long-term vision for sustainability. Additionally, an analysis of the fairgrounds economic position within the community, the relevance of historic resources and sense of place, a 6 year capital improvement plan and 20 year capital forecast will be incorporated. The planning process will contain an innovative citizen involvement strategy so that SJC citizens’ ideas, concerns and expressions of preference are integrated into statements of how the fairgrounds should be developed, what should be preserved, what programming should accomplish, what facilities and service levels are needed, and how publicly funded improvements should support these objectives.
The plan update will look 20 years into the future. However, the visions and values expressed in this completed plan will likely extend beyond the 20 year planning horizon to future generations. The following question will be answered within the new plan: What is the community’s vision for a sustainable county fairgrounds? The County’s intent is to give the community a chance to imagine what role the fairgrounds can play in supporting a sustainable high quality of life and strong sense of community.
San Juan County solicits proposals from consulting firms with expertise in facility master planning, civil engineering, landscape architecture, historic preservation, and cultural landscapes evaluation, economic development and effective citizen engagement.
Submittals: All submittals must be received by 3:00 pm on January 31, 2018 at KathrynH@sanjuanco.com. No submittals will be accepted after that date and time. It is the consultant’s sole responsibility to ensure that timely submittals are received.
Anticipated Timeline for Consultant Selection: The County desires to select a consultant and complete contract negotiations by early March and have contract in place by mid-March. Interviews may be requested of top candidate firms during mid-February.
To Request the full advertisement, please e-mail kathrynh@sanjuanco.com with “Fairgrounds MP RFP” in the subject line.

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RFQ Pier at Little Squalicum Park #2B-2018
The City of Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department, is soliciting for statements of qualifications from interested consulting firms to provide professional architecture, engineering, and other services for this project. The area of work includes an existing pier at Little Squalicum Park, also known as Lehigh Cement or Tilbury Pier.
The area of work may include existing and modified critical areas, shoreline, or uplands, in, around, or near the pier. The area of work may also include property acquisition services and/or studies of Bellingham Bay, Nooksack River, or other sediment sources, waves, or other influences that could affect the project or other work or studies needed to develop a complete project.
Submittals are due 11AM 1/31/2018, City of Bellingham Purchasing Division at 2221 Pacific Street, Bellingham, WA 98229.
Please visit www.ebidexchange.com/bellingham for all project related documents.

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RFPS for 2 Blaine Harbor facilities
The Port of Bellingham is issuing this Request for Professional Services to solicit responses from architectural consulting firms capable of providing design, permitting, and estimating support for two new Blaine Harbor facilities.
The deadline for RFPS submittals is 12:00 PM (Noon) PST on Wednesday, January 31, 2018.
For a complete description and instructions for submitting proposals, visit http://www.portofbellingham.com/841/Professional-Services or contact Anthony Ammirati at anthonya@portofbellingham.com

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RFQ Architecture, Engineering and Related Services
The Office of Facilities Development and Capital Budget is requesting that consulting firms interested in contracting with Western Washington University submit their qualifications in accordance with the requirements listed on the following website: https://www.wwu.edu/wwuarchitect/consultants/index.shtml
If you have any questions, contact Teyra Carter, Facilities Development and Capital Budget. The submittals must be postmarked, hand delivered or emailed to Teyra.Carter@wwu.edu no later than February 15, 2018.
Send qualifications to: Teyra Carter, Facilities Development & Capital Budget, Western Washington University, 915 26th Street, Bellingham, WA 98225-9122 Email: teyra.carter@wwu.edu