RFP: Transportation Planning, Adirondack/Glens Falls Transportation Council

The Adirondack/Glens Falls Transportation Council (A/GFTC), as the MPO for Warren and Washington Counties and the Town of Moreau in Saratoga County, is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide transportation planning and engineering services to the Council and its participating municipalities on an as-needed basis to enhance MPO activities and to assist with the implementation and execution of the biannual work program.

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RFP: American Battlefield Protection Program, Town of Plattsburgh

Notice is hereby given that the Town of Plattsburgh, New York, County of Clinton will receive qualifications and project proposals for professional consultant services regarding the preparation of a battlefield interpretive plan.

The interpretive plan will include best practices to preserve and convey the rich history of Plattsburgh Bay and Crab Island as interpreted from the Town of Plattsburgh’s lakeshore property in the neighborhood of Cliff Haven. The plan should include, but is not limited to physical interpretive installments, infographic interactive displays, and smartphone applications/web based links. The proposal must be filed at the Town of Plattsburgh, 151 Banker Road, Plattsburgh, NY 12901 no later than 3:00 PM on December 21, 2018. E-mail and facsimile copies will not be accepted. The Town reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. A copy of the RFP may also be obtained on the Town of Plattsburgh’s website at:  www.townofplattsburgh.com

RFP: Downtown Revitalization Manager RFP

Notice is hereby given that The City of Hudson is requesting the submittal of proposals from firms or qualified individuals who have demonstrated commensurate experience and expertise for providing project and grant management services as a DRI Manager for a 2-3 year contract. Proposals will be due November 30, 2018 at 12 PM. Please call (518) 828-7217 for questions.

The Full Request for Proposal Guidelines and Application Information is here: Downtown Revitalization Manager RFP

RFP: Housing Conditions Survey, Town of Dryden

The Town of Dryden is accepting proposals from qualified firms to conduct a survey of housing conditions throughout the Town.

This CDBG-funded Planning activity will help inform the Town about the full extent of housing conditions. A 1998 housing conditions survey, the most recent, determined that over 53% of the 2,105 structures observed were substandard; 20 years have passed and the Town needs updated data.

The report to result from the Survey activities is intended to offer community leaders and stakeholders a basis for formulating community-specific housing priorities, policy alternatives and intervention strategies, including the most appropriate applications for housing financing resources such as HOME or CDBG grant funding from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and resources available from the State.

The full RFP with instructions for responding is available from the Town website, https://dryden.ny.us, or by calling Ray Burger, Director of Planning, 607-844-8888 x213. Application deadline: November 15, 2018, 3:30 pm.

RFP, The City of Rochester, 4752 Lake Avenue

It is the City of Rochester’s desire to develop the Port of Rochester as a significant Great Lakes regional destination. In response to the recent public investment, the City is seeking a qualified Developer to undertake the private development of the City-owned property at 4752 Lake Avenue. Read more,  http://www.cityofrochester.gov/RFP4752LakeAve/.

Deadline, January 28, 2019

RFQ: Quantitative Analysis of Energy Strategy Proposed Actions

Tompkins County is seeking Statements of Qualification from consultant(s) to evaluate actions to be included in the Tompkins County Energy Strategy: Second Report. The energy consultant will perform quantitative analyses on financial feasibility, energy savings, and greenhouse gas emissions reductions of specific proposals generated by focus groups and other sources during the development of the Energy Strategy: Second Report

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