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CLOSED-Environmental Impact Statement for Seattle Comprehensive Plan Update, RFP-DPD-EISCPU

Original Date Posted: November 13, 2013 2:28 pm


Due Date: 12/5/2013, 4:00 PM

City of Seattle Request for Proposals

 Title:      Environmental Impact Statement for Seattle Comprehensive Plan Update

Proposal Due Date/Time:  December 5, 2013 – 4:00 pm

Tracking Number:  RFP-DPD-EISCPU

Scope of Work:  At request of and in support of DPD, the selected contractor and their team of subconsultants shall furnish all services, labor and transportation necessary to conduct and complete the work described, generally, below:

•     Preparation of a Draft EIS addressing issues identified in the EIS scope, including the environmental elements of Air Quality, Noise, Land Use, Height/Bulk/Scale, Housing, Transportation, Public Services and Utilities.  This work will include delivery of internal drafts of each chapter for review and comment by City staff. 

•     Selection and management of any subcontracting necessary to provide analysis identified in the EIS Scope of Work.

•     Collaboration with DPD and other City staff, as necessary, to understand and resolve areas of concern or questions.

•     Advise DPD on development of planning alternatives and other content for the EIS scoping meeting.

•     Publication of the Draft EIS and presentation of Draft EIS findings in at least one public meeting.  If analysis of transportation impacts and other key elements is to be performed by subcontractors, their participation at a public meeting will also be necessary.

•     Preparation and publication of a Final EIS including any additional analysis as directed by the City.

•     Use a transportation model and conduct a range of analyses to evaluate the EIS alternatives’ potential for significant adverse transportation impacts, using methodologies as identified and accepted by Seattle Department of Transportation.

•     Participation in an EIS public scoping meeting, and public comment meeting following publication of the Draft EIS.  

Project Budget:  $300,000

City Contract Information:   Gordon Clowers, gordon.clowers@seattle.gov             

The full RFP and associated documents can be viewed and downloaded at the City’s E-Bid Exchange site, www.ebidexchange.com/seattle.


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