RFQI 8-14-C008: Code Compliance Review and Construction/Environmental Inspection, Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project, Phase 2

PROJECT OVERVIEW
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RFQI Issue Date: February 19, 2014
Deadline for Qualifications: 2:00 PM (Eastern), March 7, 2014
Question Submission: The deadline for submitting questions has passed.
No further questions will be accepted.
Estimated Dollar Value: Up to $1,000,000 annually
Project Duration: Three-year base period with two one-year options
Project Summary:
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is seeking to obtain the services of a qualified professional consulting firm to conduct building code plan review and inspection services for Phase 2 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. The Consultant shall also conduct review of storm water management plans, provide associated erosion and sediment control inspections, plan review and enforcement services, and provide general environmental services as assigned during construction of the Project.
SBE Goal:
This federally funded project has a 25% Small Business Enterprise (SBE) goal. An SBE is defined as a firm that is not dominant in its field, and that demonstrates its ability to meet the size standards prescribed below for the goods it will be supplying or the services it be performing in this contract. Contact the Airports Authority's Equal Opportunity Programs Department at 703-417-8625 for additional information on SBE Certification requirements.

Note that firms certified with the Airports Authority as an LDBE firms will qualify as SBE if they do not exceed the $22.41 Million SBE size cap. Such firms, if selected, will still have to submit the SBE Affidavit of Eligibility form and three years of corporate tax returns.
SBE Size Standards:
NAICS Code Type of Work / Service SBE Size Standard
237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction $22.41 Million
541330 Engineering Services $14.0 Million
541350 Building Inspection Services $14.0 Million
541620 Environmental Consulting Services $14.0 Million
Amendments Issued:
None
Last Updated February 25, 2014