Requests for Qualifications and Proposals

Geomorphic Study of Mad River and Major Tributaries in Moretown, VT

Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission has been awarded a grant from the Ecosystem Restoration Program Watershed Management Division of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources.   CVRPC’s grant is for the creation of a River Corridor Plan that will help to highlight strategies for river corridor protection and flood hazard mitigation.  This will serve the dual purpose of protecting the State’s water quality and supporting the Regions goal to assist communities with natural resource planning and protection.

The Mad River watershed received wide spread flooding from Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 with some of the hardest hit areas being in Moretown, washing out roads and flooding homes.  In fact, the flood waters in Moretown Village rose to the ceiling of many first floor homes and flooded the Moretown Town Office destroying nearly all Town records. The collection of this data and writing of the River Corridor Plan will help Moretown and Friends of the Mad River identify location and strategies to restore and protect the rivers and streams, which will help reduce the impacts from flooding and improve water quality in the Mad River.

See the full RFP in the link below. Electronic proposals due to Ashley Andrews, andrews@cvregion.com by Jauary 06, 2017, 12:00 PM; Eastern time.

Moretown-Sga-Consultant-RFP

Answers to Questions asked about Mad River RFP

ANR_Mad River Corridor Plan Contract

 

VT DEC Ecosystem Restoration Program – Berlin and Joint Three Town Stormwater Master Plans

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) is issuing this Request for Proposals, for consultant services to assist in the development of two separate Stormwater Master Plans (SWMP).  One for the Town of Berlin and the second, a joint Stowmwater Master Plan for the towns of Barre City, Barre Town and Plainfield. These Stormwater Master Plans will serve to reduce sediment and nutrient pollution of the Winooski River, located within the upper Lake Champlain Basin. See the full RFP in the link below. Electronic proposals due to Dan Currier, currier@cvregion.com by Jauary 03, 2017, 12:00 PM; Eastern time.

Stormwater Master Plan RFP

Stormwater Master Plan RFP Question and Answers for Contractors here:

SWMP Consultant Questions & Responses

 

BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTING SERVICES

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) is requesting Statements of Qualifications for professional services with the intent of selecting three to five qualified environmental contractors or contractor teams to serve through the end of Federal Fiscal Year 2020.  Scope of Work consists primarily of Phase I and Phase II Environmental Assessments and Corrective Action Plans.  The deadline for submitting Statements of Qualifications is Friday, September 30th at 4:30 pm.

The Request for Qualifications can be downloaded here:

Brownfields Request for Qualifications – September 9th, 2016

Questions submitted to CVRPC by the deadline of September 16, 2016 have been provided responses in the following document:

 Response to Contractor Questions – September 23, 2016

The Master Agreement for Qualified Environmental Professional Services referenced in the RFQ may be downloaded here:

CVRPC Brownfields Master Agreement

The Ranking Criteria Narrative from CVRPC’s FY2015 U.S. EPA Brownfields Community Wide Assessment proposal may be downloaded here:

CVRPC FY2015 Ranking Criteria Narrative