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  • Interchange & Arterial Conceptual Analysis

    The DCTC, serving as the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for Dutchess County, NY, seeks consultant services to complete an operational and conceptual analysis of two regionally significant state highway facilities located in the City and Town of Poughkeepsie.

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  • RFP – SEQRA for the Southold Town Comprehensive Plan Update

    The Town of Southold is currently updating the Comprehensive Plan. The updated Comprehensive Plan has been completed and is in need of review under the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) We are requesting services for SEQRA for the Southold Town Comprehensive Plan Update Bids are due before 2:00pm Eastern Time on March 21st, […]

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  • RFP – Graphic Design Southold Town Comprehensive Plan Update

    The Town of Southold is currently updating the Comprehensive Plan. The updated Comprehensive Plan has been completed and is in need of graphic design and layout. We are requesting services for Graphic Design, Formatting & Editing for the Southold Town Comprehensive Plan Update Bids are due before 2:00pm Eastern Time on March 21st, 2019 This solicitation seeks […]

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  • Zoning Code Rewrite and Digitization

    The selected Consultant team will work directly with the Planning Department, and a Steering Committee will guide the overall effort. The scope for rewriting the Zoning Code will take into account the following.

    The express intent of the rewrite is to have a regulatory document which is:
    • Simple –limited number of steps needed to research the zoning sections impacting a parcel
    • Clear – minimal references between and amongst sections and tables
    • Concise – succinct text, supported by graphics, sketches and photos
    • Easily Searchable – more than an enhanced pdf, the back end will be structured to use keywords, phrases, and boolean operators; highlight all places where the search term matches; and rank the most likely choice based on the search term.
    • Easily Maintained – It is preferred to have one location to perform future amendment updates.
    • Digital – entire code is displayed online and tied to existing GIS viewer; applicable section(s) of code are hyperlinked to each parcel using a static URL; ability to navigate the code through a table of contents and navigate within the code; no end user software download needed; match the branding of the City website.

    Those firms/teams interested in submitting a proposal shall provide the information requested in this section in conformance with the schedule.

    • Letter of interest introducing the Lead Consultant and any subconsultants
    • Background of firm, and each subconsultant team.
    • Resumes for key personnel on project
    • Relevant examples of similar work
    o Note: If an example is provided wherein the Consultant (or team member) contributed certain portions rather than entire product, please note this for clarity.
    • Any additional information that is relevant

    A total of eight (8) hard copies and one (1) digital copy of the response, clearly marked “PEB119191 –Zoning Code Rewrite and Digitization,” shall be delivered to the Purchasing Department, 999 Broad Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 06604 no later than 2 p.m. on Thursday, January 31, 2019.

    All questions shall be posed and answered through Bidsync. Question deadline is 2 p.m. on January 22, with responses posted on Bidsync no later than 2 p.m. on January 25.

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  • Village of Port Chester, NY Wireless Telecommunications Regulations Update

    For more information and a copy of the RFP, please visit the Village’s website:

    Proposals must be received by January 25, 2019 by 3 PM.

    All correspondence, including questions and proposals, should be submitted to:
    Janusz Richards, Village Clerk
    Village of Port Chester
    222 Grace Church Street
    Port Chester, NY 10573

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  • Town of Dover, VT seeking proposals for a Trails and Recreation Plan

    The Town of Dover, VT, home to Mount Snow ski area and the Green Mountain National Forest, is seeking proposals from qualified consulting firms to provide professional services to the Town of Dover, VT to develop a Trails and Recreation Master Plan that covers the next 25 years. The plan should create a roadmap to guide future decision making and ensuring an appropriate balance of facilities and amenities throughout the community. The Town is seeking a system-wide approach to evaluating trails and recreational venues, facilities and amenities in order to develop goals, policies and guidelines along with achievable strategies to achieve them.  The Trails and Recreation Parks and Recreation Master Plan that will be created from this work effort will be used as the resource for future development and redevelopment of the Town’s parks, trails, venues and recreation system over the next twenty five years.  Proposals are due by 2:00 PM, Monday, January 14th 2019.  

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  • Request for Information (RFI) for Development of the Historic Cranston St.Armory – Providence, RI

    The Cranston Street Armory has been a landmark in Providence for more than a century. How can we bring it back to life? For more information about this iconic building, please visit

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  • Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning Services

    MetroCOG envisions a planning firm and/or team will provide technical services related to preparation, completion, submittal and approval of an updated Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan . The plan development process and plan content should align with the Scope of Services outlined in Attachment A of this RFP, and more importantly with FEMA’s Community Rating System Activity 510 (Floodplain Management Planning) to maximize activities eligible for CRS credits under this activity.

    The Plan Update will be funded through the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection’s (DESPP) Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (Award # PDMC-PL-01-CT-2017-022) via the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) FY 2017 Pre-Disaster Mitigation (“PDM) Grant Program (Competitive Fed Grant No. EMB-2018-PC-0005). The PDM Program is authorized by Section 203 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Pub. L. No. 93-288 (1974) (codified as amended at 42 U.S.C. §5133).

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  • The South End Connector: Linking Albany’s Multi-Use Trails

    The final work product for this project will be a design (with all appropriate engineering
    drawings and documents) as well as all specifications for materials and products and all
    required documents for the project to go out for construction bids. The Consultant shall
    deliver to the City of Albany the trail design plans (with all appropriate engineering drawings
    and bid-ready documents) within 180 days from the Notice to Proceed.

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  • Mount Vernon East BOA Study

    The City of Mount Vernon seeks a qualified consultant to complete a Nomination study for an approximately 29-acre area to provide an in-depth and thorough description and analysis of existing conditions, opportunities, and reuse of potential properties located in the Brownfield Opportunity Area with an emphasis on attracting and creating commercial enterprise that are catalysts for revitalization. For more Information:

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