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Sound Rivers seeking qualified engineering firms for project

Sound Rivers, Stormwater Restoration Projects

Posted on January 26th, 2024

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Sound Rivers, Inc. a registered nonprofit organization, is requesting letters of interest (LOI) from qualified engineering firms to lead the Nash County Schools Stormwater Assessment and Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning Project.

This project involves field surveys of existing conditions, hydrologic analysis, engineering design of green stormwater control measure concepts, and report production for twelve Nash County, NC school campuses. The project requires special qualifications that include expertise in hydrology, soils, stormwater engineering and design, green stormwater infrastructure, and permitting. 

Interested firms should provide a letter of interest along with a brief package including their statement of qualifications. Qualification packages will be reviewed and follow-up interviews arranged at discretion of Sound Rivers. Packages should be limited to a length of five pages and include a cover letter, experience description, and a list of projects. Digital submissions are due to Sound Rivers via RFQ@soundrivers.org by 5 p.m. on Feb. 29, 2024. All firms submitting LOIs are expected – if selected – to prepare a scope of services, fee estimate, and any other required documentation in a timely manner.  Contract decisions will be made no later than March 29, 2024.

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