The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans is soliciting a Request for Proposal for Green Infrastructure Projects. This solicitation can be obtain from S&WB’s external website www.swbno.org Tab to Bids& Business, Then to Bid Ads & Specs. Click on the box on proposal of interest. Please direct & address all questions to the Purchasing Agent ONLY at this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
The Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (SWB) is issuing a request for proposals (RFP) from qualified environmental professionals (individuals or groups (engineers, landscape architects, planners), non-profit or community organizations) to implement a Green Infrastructure (GI) project. The project must be one ofthe following types, or a combination thereof:
Type 1: Plan, develop, implement and maintain one (1) or more GI demonstration projects on public land within Orleans Parish.
Type 2: Develop a GI educational curriculum to be implemented in Orleans Parish schools.
Type 3: Develop GI workshops curriculum for educating professionals, commercial businesses, homeowners, and neighborhood groups about the rapidly growing GI field. RFP will be available Monday, January 27, 2014 for download at the following website: http://swbno.org/business_bid.asp?id=348.
There will be an optional Pre-Submittal Conference on Thursday, February 13,2014 at 10:00 AM in the 2nd floor training room at the SWB Carrollton Water Plant (8800 South Claiborne Avenue).
Inquiries and/or Requests for Clarification are due to SWBNO at the office of its Purchasing Agent Mr. Willie Mingo, Jr. on Friday, February 21. 2014.
Inquiries may be either in writing or via email to mailto: email@example.com.
All responses will be posted by Friday, February 28,2014.
Proposals will be due Friday, March 14 not later than 11:00 AM to the SWB at the office of its Purchasing Agent, Mr. Willie Mingo, Jr., 625 St. Joseph Street, Room 133, New Orleans, Louisiana 70165.
The total estimated available funding for awards under this competitive opportunity is $500,000.
Awards will be made in amounts of up to $100,000 per award for an 18 month project period.