RFQ/P: Engineering Services Town of Ledyard High School Multi-Use Pathway & Sidewalk Extension Project, CTDOT LOTCIP Application
The Town of Ledyard is accepting proposals and qualification statements from professional engineering firms or teams licensed in the State of Connecticut to provide engineering services in connection with its proposed “Ledyard High School Multi-Use Pathway & Sidewalk Extension” Project. The funding source for the proposed project is the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) under the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP). The cost for the project, based on CTDOT’s LOTCIP Guidelines, is estimated to be $1,870,000.
Interested firms should be able to demonstrate a successful track record in working on infrastructure projects in Connecticut and the knowledge and expertise of relevant regulatory requirements. Interested firms should submit cost estimates & statements of qualifications to the Mayor’s Office, 741 Colonel Ledyard Highway, Ledyard, CT 06339 no later than Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. EST. Submissions should be marked “Engineering Services in Connection with the Proposed LOTCIP “Ledyard High School Multi-Use Pathway & Sidewalk Extension” Project – RFP/RFQ No. 2021-02.”
- Request for Qualifications and Proposals (pdf)
- Addendum #1 – posted 9/15 (pdf)
- Addendum #2 – posted 9/22 (pdf)
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