PID desires to enter into a contract with an engineering firm with experience and ability to manage the entire scope of post-disaster recovery planning and coordination. The purpose of the effort will be to develop and implement a strategic plan to restore water services.

The engineering firm must exhibit extensive experience managing capital Projects. The selected firm must also demonstrate the capacity to work with district staff, Cal OES, FEMA, and other town and county representatives, professional service consultants, designers and engineers, and construction companies.

The firm should demonstrate proficiency in:
Technical expertise and knowledge related to public water systems, including infrastructure, operations, and administrative systems;
Ability to work in coordination with PID staff, expectations of work and duties to be performed;
Ability to increase and decrease assigned support staff and expertise quickly and efficiently in accordance to the needs and approval of the PID;
Ability to secure and manage contractors, consultants, and other resources as needed to conceptualize, design, and construct water infrastructure projects;
Technical expertise and knowledge related to the Federal Stafford Act, the 44 CFR, FEMA PA Policy Procedures, and CDAA requirements including the ability to provide expert programmatic and policy advice on Federal and State disaster relief programs; and Effective communications with FEMA, CAL OES, and other grant providers.

Date Issued: Jan. 24, 2019

Deadline: Febuary 15, 2019 - 4 pm

Issued By: District Manager, Kevin Phillips

Documents: 

pdf Request for Proposals - Recovery Management Services (968 KB) pdf
(624 KB)

pdf RFI - Questions & Answers - Recovery Program Management Services (104 KB)