RFPs and RFQs

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RFQ - DGS - RESD-PMDB 2023-24 - GEOLOGIC AND/OR CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR SITE INVESTIGATION FOR SITE CLEANUP SUBACCOUNT PROGRAM (SCAP) CALIFORNIA STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD MULTIPLE SITES LOS ANGELES REGIONAL WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD (REGION 4)

Provide professional environmental services as required for the above project.

All work shall be performed under and approved by a design professional, or contractor, licensed in the State of California.

The estimated cost of construction is approximately $1,830,000.00.

The estimated duration of this contract will be five (5) years.

Interested firms may view the RFQ on the California eProcure website (California State Contracts Register – CSCR). Website link to the California eProcure website.

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RFP - County of Inyo - REAP 2.0 project for Zoning and General Plan Design Standards Review and Update to Promote Residential Infill

Submittal Deadline: June 21, 2024

The County of Inyo, through its Planning Department, is seeking to obtain an independent contractor/consultant, with expertise in residential design standards and building codes, infill development, zoning codes and corresponding General Plan policies, public outreach, and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), to prepare a proposal to: 

  • conduct a review of the County’s current residential design standards, density requirements, and their relationships to the building code; 
  • coordinate with county staff to create and implement a public outreach program; 
  • identify zoning and General Plan designation change proposals to promote infill development and eliminate barriers to building affordable housing in the county; and, 
  • prepare the environmental review pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). 

The County is currently faced with a lack of family-wage and/or affordable housing choices. Several constraints were identified during the County’s 6th Cycle Housing Element update that could be contributing to housing development, which included outdated zoning and General Plan requirements. 

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RFQ - City of Sutter Creek - FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES FOR THE YEARS 2024-2029

The primary objective of the RFQ is to develop an approved list of pre-qualified Consultants to prepare environmental documents (Environmental Consultant) and special environmental impact studies, e.g., Noise, Traffic, Air Quality, Historic Resource etc. (Special Study Consultant) in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. For approximately the next five years, the City will select firms from the list of pre-qualified consulting firms to perform these services for the City on an as-needed basis.

Deadline: June 7, 2024, 12 noon

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RFP for Environmental Consulting Services from the City of Plymouth regarding a project called the Hampton by Hilton Hotel

The City of Plymouth (City) is requesting proposals from qualified environmental consulting firms for the preparation of an Initial Study and subsequently, either a Negative Declaration, Mitigated Negative Declaration, or Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Hampton by Hilton Hotel, an 88-room hotel with restaurant located at 9702 Main Street in Plymouth, CA. 

Proposals shall be submitted by qualified consultants that have demonstrated verifiable experience in preparing an Initial Study and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents. 

The proposals shall be addressed to: 
Erica Fraser, Senior Planner 
City of Plymouth Planning Department 
P.O. Box 429 
Plymouth, CA 95669 
Efraser@4leafinc.com 

Proposals shall be submitted by email no later than 4:00 pm Monday, May 20, 2024. 

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RFQ 2023-18: Commercial Abandoned & Derelict Vessel (CADV) California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) Preparation

RFQ 2023-18: CADV CEQA PEIR
EVENT #30830
NOTICE TO OFFERORS

OFFERS DUE: May 21, 2024, by 3:00 PM

PROSPECTIVE CONSULTANTS

Pursuant to Government Code section 4526, the California State Lands Commission (CSLC) announces its intention to hire a consultant to provide environmental services for the Commercial Abandoned & Derelict Vessels (CADV) Removal Projects. The purpose of this Solicitation is to initiate the process by which the CSLC will contract with a firm, hereafter referred to as Firm or Contractor (considered one and the same), with the appropriate qualifications to assist in preparing a Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

Staff has been authorized by the Executive Officer and the CSLC to issue a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for consultant services, negotiate a fair and reasonable price, and award and execute agreements hereafter referred to as an Agreement or Contract (considered one and the same) for the preparation of environmental documentation for the Commercial Abandoned & Derelict Vessels (CADV) Removal Projects in the legal Delta.

CONTACT: CSLC.Solicitations@slc.ca.gov

Interested firms may obtain a copy of the solicitation package by downloading it from the California State Contracts Register (Cal eProcure) Event #30830.


$2.5M in Grant Funding to California Community Organizations to Engage In the Cleanup Process of Contaminated Properties In Their Communities

Introducing Technical Assistance Grants (TAG)!

The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) invites residents, non-profit organizations (501c3) and community advocates/organizations that serve those impacted by environmental issues to learn about the Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) program and its eligibility requirements. Environmental consultants are instrumental in this program, but only in collaboration with the affected community-based organization(s). The TAG program provides vulnerable communities an opportunity to actively participate in the oversight of environmental cleanup activities that affect them. The Program will provide grants ranging from $40,000-$150,000, to hire and direct an independent technical advisor who can assist in analyzing, interpreting, and communicating complex environmental information to residents living within a 5-mile radius of an active DTSC cleanup project.

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RFQ - UC Davis Medical Center New Vendor Information

The form should be completed including required attachments and emailed to hs-vendormaintenance@ucdavis.edu

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