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Pursuant to Section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, and Rule Chapter 28-110, Florida Administrative Code, any person adversely affected by the agency decision or intended decision shall file with the agency both a notice of protest in writing and bond within 72 hours after the posting of the notice of decision or intended decision, or posting of the solicitation with respect to a protest of the terms, conditions, and specifications contained in a solicitation and will file a formal written protest within ten days after the filing of the notice of protest. The required notice of protest and bond, and formal written protest must each be timely filed with the Florida Department of Transportation, Clerk of Agency Proceedings, 605 Suwannee St, Mail Station 58, Tallahassee FL 32399-0458. Failure to file a notice of protest or formal written protest within the time prescribed in section 120.57(3), Florida Statutes, or failure to post the bond or other security required by law within the time allowed for filing a bond shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120 Florida Statutes.

 
 
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Updated: Saturday December 03 2016  
 
Notice to Professional Consultants
State Of Florida Department Of Transportation


Notice: All Letters of Response are required to be submitted via E-mail. The size limit for Letters of Response has been increased to 1MB. Please read the Response Procedure carefully!

The Department reserves the right to reject all Proposals and/or to waive minor irregularities.
The Department of Transportation anticipates seeking professional consultant services on the projects listed in this advertisement. Consideration will be given to only those firms that are qualified pursuant to law and that have been prequalified by the Department to perform the indicated MAJOR Type(s) of Work. Prime Consultants must be prequalified in at least one or more of the MAJOR Types of Work specified in the advertisement. A prequalified subconsultant(s) may be used to meet the other Types of Work specified in the advertisement. Persons and firms used whether prime consultant or subconsultant, can only perform the work for which they are prequalified with the Department, in accordance with Rule Chapter 14-75, Florida Administrative Code. Consultants technically prequalified without unlimited overhead status, will only be considered as primes for projects identified as "Minor Projects" (projects less than $500,000). Any firm not prequalified by the Department and desiring consideration for these projects must submit a complete Request for Qualification Application to co.profserv@dot.state.fl.us by the advertised Letter of Response Deadline Date and Time. Please call 850-414-4597 if you have any questions on the prequalification process. A Department approved overhead audit is required for projects $500,000 or more. The technical work type(s) and audit must be approved by the shortlist date referenced in the advertisement in order for the responding firm to be considered responsive for shortlisting.
CONSULTANT ELIGIBILITY: It is a basic tenet of the Department's contracting program that contracts are procured in a fair, open and competitive manner. The Department requires that Consultants representing the Department must be free of conflicting professional or personal interests. In order to prevent potential conflicts of interest, the Department has established guidelines to be followed by professional services Consultants. Please familiarize yourself with the requirements of Procedure No. 375-030-006, also known as: "Conflict of Interest Procedure for Department Contracts". By submitting a Letter of Response, the Consultant certifies that they are in compliance with Procedure No. 375-030-006. This procedure is available at the following link: Professional Services Publications Menu. In addition to the restrictions identified in Procedure No. 375-030-006, please be advised of the following prohibition: A consultant firm or its affiliate who was the Designer or Engineer of Record is precluded from bidding on the same project as the Construction contractor, or as a member of the construction team (subcontractor).
COMPLIANCE WITH NONDISCRIMINATION STATUTES AND AUTHORITIES: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq., 78 stat. 252), (prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin); and 49 CFR Part 21; The Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, (42 U.S.C. 4601), (prohibits unfair treatment of persons displaced or whose property has been acquired because of Federal or Federal-aid programs and projects);  Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1973, (23 U.S.C. 324 et seq.), (prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex); Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, (29 U.S.C. 794 et seq.), as amended, (prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability); and 49 CFR Part 27; The Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, (42 U.S.C. 6101 et seq.), (prohibits discrimination on the basis of age); Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982, (49 USC 471, Section 47123), as amended, (prohibits discrimination based on race, creed, color, national origin, or sex); The Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, (PL 100-209), (Broadened the scope, coverage and applicability of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, by expanding the definition of the terms “programs or activities” to include all of the programs or activities of the Federal-aid recipients, sub-recipients and contractors, whether such programs or activities are Federally funded or not); Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability in the operation of public entities, public and private transportation systems, places of public accommodation, and certain testing entities (42 U.S.C. 12131 -- 12189) as implemented by Department of Transportation regulations at 49 C.F.R. parts 37 and 38; The Federal Aviation Administration’s Non-discrimination statute (49 U.S.C. 47123) (prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, and sex); Executive Order 12898, Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations, which ensures non-discrimination against minority populations by discouraging programs, policies, and activities with disproportionately high and adverse human health or environmental effects on minority and low-income populations; Executive Order 13166, Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency, and resulting agency guidance, national origin discrimination includes discrimination because of limited English proficiency (LEP).  To ensure compliance with Title VI, you must take reasonable steps to ensure that LEP persons have meaningful access to your programs (70 Fed. Reg. at 74087 to 74100); Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended, which prohibits you from discriminating because of sex in education programs or activities (20 U.S.C. 1681 et seq).
FEDERAL DEBARMENT: By submitting a Letter of Response, the consultant certifies that no principal (which includes officers, directors, or executives) is presently suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible or voluntarily excluded from participation on this transaction by any Federal Department or Agency.
PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES: A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work; may not submit bids, proposals, or replies on leases of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact business any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in s. 287.017 for CATEGORY TWO($35,000) for a period of 36 months following the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
INSPECTOR GENERAL:  The Vendor/Contractor agrees to comply with section 20.055(5), Florida Statutes, and to incorporate in all subcontracts the obligation to comply with section 20.055(5), Florida Statutes.
E-VERIFY: The Vendor/Contractor shall utilize the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's E-Verify system to verify the employment eligibility of all new employees hired by the Vendor/Contractor during the term of the contract and shall expressly require any subcontractors performing work or providing services pursuant to the state contract to likewise utilize the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's E-Verify system to verify the employment eligibility of all new employees hired by the subcontractor during the contract term.
SCRUTINIZED COMPANIES: Section 287.135, Florida Statutes, prohibits agencies from contracting with companies for goods or services of $1 million or more, that are on either the Scrutinized Companies with Activities in Sudan List, the Scrutinized Companies with Activities in the Iran Petroleum Energy Sector List created pursuant to section 215.473, Florida Statutes, or the Scrutinized Companies that Boycott Israel List created pursuant to s. 215.4725, or is engaged in a boycott of Israel. A company that is on the Scrutinized Companies with Activities in Sudan List or the Scrutinized Companies with Activities in the Iran Petroleum Energy Sector List, Scrutinized Companies that Boycott Israel List, or is engaged in a boycott of Israel may not bid on, submit a proposal for, or enter into a contract with an agency or local governmental entity for goods or services of $1 million or more.
SELECTION PROCEDURE: The listed projects are covered by the selection process detailed in the Rule Chapter 14-75, Florida Administrative Code. Some or all of the responding firms may be requested to provide Written Technical Proposals, Oral Presentations, Interviews, or Expanded Letters of Response, for the ranking process. After ranking of the consultants the contract fee will be negotiated in accordance with Section 287.055 Florida Statutes. Funding on all projects is subject to legislative approval. Registration in MyFloridaMarketPlace is required prior to contracting. Note: The shortlist and final selection meeting dates and times are provided within the advertisement. All public meetings will be held in District headquarters unless otherwise noted. Changes to meeting dates and times will be updated under the All Advertisements link. The agenda for each public meeting is as follows: a) Opening Remarks (approx. 3 minutes); b) Public Input (15 minutes); c) Department business; d) Closing. For more information, contact the designated responsible office. In order to ensure a fair, competitive and open process, once a project is advertised under Current Advertisements, all communications between interested firms and the Department must be directed to the appropriate Professional Services Office. Respondents to this solicitation or persons acting on their behalf may not contact, between the release of the solicitation and the end of the 72-hour period following the agency posting the notice of intended award, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and state holidays, any employee or officer of the executive or legislative branch concerning any aspect of this solicitation, except in writing to the procurement officer or as provided in the solicitation documents. Violation of this provision may be grounds for rejecting a response.
RESPONSE PROCEDURE: Qualified consultants are encouraged to submit a Letter of Response, for each project in which they are interested, to the indicated requesting unit by 5:00 PM Eastern time on the date indicated as the Response Deadline. Letters of Response will be submitted as an attachment to an E-mail, submitted electronically to the indicated response address. The Standard FDOT Professional Services Letter of Response form must be completed and submitted to the indicated response e-mail address. Consultants, be advised that you are responsible for downloading the latest version of the Letter of Response Form when responding to the advertisement.  The 8/16 version must be used when responding to the advertisement.  The form will be a single file not to exceed 1MB in size in Adobe PDF format (unzipped), and the form completed in its entirety will not exceed the six 8 ½ x 11 pages provided in the form unless otherwise indicated in the advertisement.  The content of the Letter cannot go beyond Page 3 of the form.  Pages 4, 5, and 6 of the form are reserved for the tables listing prime and subconsultants by work type.  Consultants must not add additional pages to the form.  Formatting requirements consist of a font size of 11, with ½ inch margins. Please be aware that all font (including graphics, tables, and captions on photos) must be standard arial narrow, 11 point font, single line spacing with no modification of font or spacing allowed. Please retain the source document as it may be requested at a later date within the procurement process, for audit purposes. The Department reserves the right to periodically sample letters of response to ensure compliance with format submittal requirements. All other advertisement submittal requirements will be verified with each Letter submittal. Failure to comply with the submittal requirements may cause the Letter of Response to be considered non-responsive. Consultants should receive an e-mailed Return Receipt acknowledgement within 2 hours of submittal to the indicated response address. If a Return Receipt acknowledgement is not received by the Consultant within 2 hours, or by the time and date due, please call the advertisement contact (within normal business hours) to verify the Department's receipt of your e-mailed Letter of Response. Letters of Response should not contain links to other web pages and will, at a minimum, include the following information:
  1. Project Name/DOT Financial Management Number
  2. Consultant's name and address
  3. Proposed responsible office for consultant
  4. Contact person, phone number and Internet Email Address
  5. Statement regarding prequalification of consultant or proposed subconsultants in advertised type(s) of work
  6. Proposed key personnel and their proposed roles (do not include resumes)
  7. Subconsultant(s) that may be used for the project
  8. Indication as to whether the prime firm and/or subconsultants are disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE) or Small Businesses
  9. Project Approach and Understanding of Critical Issues
  10. Relevant project experience - Similar type of work experience
  11. A Bid Opportunity List should be submitted through the Equal Opportunity Compliance system which is available at the Equal Opportunity Office Website. Prime Consultants can obtain access to the new EOC system by filling out the Contractors and Consultants New Users Access Form. Please complete the form and submit it to EOOHelp@dot.state.fl.us.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Pursuant to the Federal Brooks Act, and Section 287.055, Florida Statutes, price may not be an evaluation criterion during the advertisement and selection phase for professional services procurements. Consultants are prohibited from including references to their proposed professional services fees or indirect rates in Letters of Response, Written Technical Proposals, Oral Presentations, or Interviews. It is permissible to address cost savings specifically related to the construction project. Inclusion of prohibited professional services cost data in a Letter of Response or Technical Proposal may cause the Letter of Response or Technical Proposal to be considered non-responsive.

Private attorney services may not be utilized on Department contracts without advance approval from the Attorney General’s Office.  The advance approval may only be requested by Agency General Counsel (FDOT), and not the consultant firm.  Since approval cannot be assumed, consultant firms shall refrain from proposing legal firms as part of the professional services consultant team in their procurement response and proposal documents. As referenced in Section 287.059(3), F.S.:

”An agency requesting approval for the use of private attorney services shall first offer to contract with the Department of Legal Affairs for such attorney services at a cost pursuant to mutual agreement. The Attorney General shall decide on a case-by-case basis to accept or decline to provide such attorney services as staffing, expertise, or other legal or economic considerations warrant. If the Attorney General declines to provide the requested attorney services, the Attorney General’s written approval shall include a statement that the private attorney services requested cannot be provided by the office of the Attorney General or that such private attorney services are cost-effective in the opinion of the Attorney General. The Attorney General shall not consider political affiliation in making such decision. The office of the Attorney General shall respond to the request of an agency for prior written approval within 10 working days after receiving such request. The Attorney General may request additional information necessary for evaluation of a request. The Attorney General shall respond to the request within 10 working days after receipt of the requested information.”

Additionally, pursuant to Section 287.056(22), F.S., the University Master Agreement is the appropriate vehicle for contracting with Florida universities. When needed for a professional services contract, the Department’s Project Manager may procure university services by means of a task work order against a University Master Agreement. Questions regarding consultant teams should be directed to the Procurement Office coordinating the contract acquisition.

STANDARD NOTES: (Applicable to following projects where indicated)
1. This project does not fall within the FDOT Professional Services Types of Work, therefore technical prequalification of responding consultants is not mandatory. However, prime must be currently licensed as a Professional Engineering firm in the State of Florida.  The Standard FDOT Letter of Qualification form must be completed and submitted to the indicated response e-mail. Consultants, be advised that you are responsible for downloading the latest version of the Letter of Qualification Form when responding to the advertisement.  The 8/16 version must be used when responding to this ad.  Consultants must include the following as an attachment to the Standard FDOT Letter of Qualification form:

  1. Proof of professional liability insurance (include a copy of professional liability insurance certificate with the Letter of Qualification)
  2. For projects $500,000 or above, a recent overhead audit (within 6 months of the fiscal year end), prepared by an independent Certified Public Accountant or governmental agency and in conformance with the Department's current Reimbursement Rate Guidelines should be on file with the Department or a completed Request for Qualification Package, including the recent overhead audit must be submitted to the Prequalification Administrator via email to co.profserv@dot.state.fl.us, prior to the response deadline of the Letter as indicated in the advertisement. Consultants must address all items within the Standard FDOT Letter of Qualification.
The Standard FDOT Letter of Qualification form completed in its entirety will not exceed the six 8  x 11 pages provided in the form unless otherwise indicated in the advertisement. The content of the Letter cannot go beyond Page 3 of the form.  Pages 4, 5, and 6 of the form are reserved for the tables listing prime and subconsultants by work type.  Consultants must not add additional pages to the form. The Letter of Qualification will be a single file not to exceed 1MB in size in Adobe PDF format (unzipped). Page size requirement is a font size of 11, with ½ inch margins. Failure to comply with the submittal requirements may cause the Letter of Qualification to be considered non-responsive.

2. Reserved. (Standard note not used).

3. Reserved. (Standard note not used).

4. Selection will be made directly from the Standard FDOT Expanded Letters of Response form. Consultants, be advised that you are responsible for downloading the latest version of the Expanded Letter of Response Form when responding to the advertisement. The 8/16 version must be used when responding to this ad. The completed Standard FDOT Expanded Letters of Response form completed in its entirety will not exceed the nine 8  x 11 pages provided in the form. The content of the Letter cannot go beyond Page 6 of the form. Pages 7, 8, and 9 of the form are reserved for the tables listing prime and subconsultants by work type. Consultants must not add additional pages to the form. Consultant shall also submit resumes which are restricted to 2 pages each and an organization chart or staffing chart (can be either 8-1/2x11 or 11x17, at the discretion of the Consultant). Construction Training and Qualification Program (CTQP) printouts may also be submitted. Staff hours on summary sheet (one sheet showing the hours of prime and all subs) will be submitted where applicable. All submittals except organization chart, staffing chart, other required forms, and certifications shall adhere to a font size of 11, with inch margins. The Expanded Letter of Response file size is not restricted to 1MB, however Consultants are advised that the Expanded Letter of Response Form electronic submittal should not exceed FDOT’s internal server file size restriction of 15 MB. Failure to comply with the submittal requirements may cause the Letter of Response to be considered non-responsive.

5. Reserved. (Standard note not used).

6. Reserved. (Standard note not used).

7. This project has been reserved for competition among only small businesses in accordance with the Department's Business Development Initiative (BDI) Program. Letters of Response for this project will only be accepted from firms that meet the definition of a small business set forth by section 337.027, Florida Statutes. The prime consultant submitting a Letter of Response must meet the small business definition of section 337.027, Florida Statutes at the time of submittal of the Letter of Response and must maintain this status as a small business through final selection. All subconsultants utilized for the project must also be small businesses pursuant to section 337.027, Florida Statutes at the time of submittal of the Letter of Response and must also maintain this status as a small business through final selection. Note: Any professional services consultant firm prequalified under Rule 14-75, F.A.C., that is shown as a Small Business on the Professional Services Prequalified Small Business Report is not required to supply the Small Business Affidavit Certification for Prequalified Professional Services Firms form with the Letter of Response.

SMALL BUSINESS ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
  1. The prime firm and subconsultants proposed for this project must meet the small business definition set forth by section 337.027, Florida Statutes.  They are also required to submit a notarized copy of the Small Business Affidavit Certification Form with the Letter of Response. Firms who have previously submitted the Small Business Affidavit Certification Form, and appear in the Department’s Small Business listings are not required to resubmit the form.  Please refer to the advertisement for other submittal requirements
  2. Submitting firms that are small businesses must completely comply with the professional services prequalification process as described in the Florida Administrative Code Chapter 14-75. Additional instructions can be found in the BDI Program Guidelines.

Small Business listing for Professional Services: http://www2.dot.state.fl.us/procurement/ProfessionalServices/lppc/listmenu.htm

8. Under-Utilization Goal for DBEs and Small Businesses - The goal of the Department’s Under-utilization strategy is to encourage and promote use of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) and Small Businesses in areas of work where they have been under-used. Under-utilization is defined by FDOT as 25% or less utilization level in a Work Group, which may vary by district. The specific Under-utilized Work Groups are identified in the advertisement. Consultants are strongly encouraged to propose a DBE or Small Business to perform services for each under-utilized work group identified in the advertisement. DBEs or Small Businesses can be proposed at either the Prime or Sub-level for the Under-utilized Work Group(s). Use of under-utilized DBEs or Small Businesses for Consultant teaming is a shortlist consideration factor for projects referencing this Standard Note. Consultants are requested to indicate your firm's proposed use of DBEs and/or Small Business primes or subconsultants to meet under-utilization goals on the table within the Professional Services Letter of Response form (as designated in the advertisement) by checking the box under the under-utilization (UU) column. Failure to list DBEs and/or Small Business prime or subconsultants on the response form shall indicate no proposed utilization. Please refer to the advertisement for other submittal directions. Reports are available at the following locations to validate status of firms as Small Businesses and DBEs:

DBE listing for Professional Services: http://www2.dot.state.fl.us/procurement/ProfessionalServices/lppc/listmenu.htm

Small Business listing for Professional Services:http://www2.dot.state.fl.us/procurement/ProfessionalServices/lppc/listmenu.htm

Additionally, firms will submit the Professional Services DBE or Small Business Commitment form as required by the advertisement when selecting from Expanded Letters of Response, otherwise it will be required with the Request for Proposal.

9. It is the policy of FDOT to encourage the participation of small businesses and disadvantaged business enterprises ("DBE") in all facets of the business activities of FDOT, consistent with applicable laws and regulations. FDOT has established an aspiration goal of 10% DBE usage and an additional 3% non-DBE Small Business usage for the subject Project. Firms proposing for this Project shall aspire to have ten percent (10%) or more of the total contract costs performed by DBEs, and an additional three percent (3%) or more of the total contract costs performed by non-DBE small businesses. Although not a contract requirement, FDOT believes that the aforementioned aspiration goal can realistically be achieved based on current availability of DBEs and small businesses. FDOT further believes that the 13% overall goal can be achieved through race neutral means, using standard competitive procurement processes. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 339.0805, Florida Statutes, and rule 14.78.005, Florida Administrative Code, FDOT has adopted rules to provide certified DBEs opportunities to participate in the business activities of FDOT as vendors, contractors, subcontractors, and consultants. FDOT has adopted the DBE definition set forth in Code 49 of Federal Regulations Section 26.5. The Department's DBE directory may be found at the following website: http://www3b.dot.state.fl.us/EqualOpportunityOfficeBusinessDirectory/CustomSearch.aspx Firms agree to apply their best efforts to utilize qualified non-DBE small businesses as vendors, contractors, subcontractors, and consultants for the Project. Qualifications for small businesses may be found at the following website: http://www.fdot.gov/EqualOpportunityOffice/sizeStandards.shtm Firms will submit the Professional Services DBE or Small Business Commitment form as required by the advertisement when selecting from Expanded Letters of Response, otherwise it will be required with the Request for Proposal.

DBE listing for Professional Services: http://www2.dot.state.fl.us/procurement/ProfessionalServices/lppc/listmenu.htm Non-DBE Small Business listing for Professional Services:
http://www2.dot.state.fl.us/procurement/ProfessionalServices/lppc/listmenu.htm


10. This contract will require field office personnel; therefore the CEI Team must utilize CEI field office rates.

 

 
 
 
 
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               DISTRICT 1    
Major Work   :
  10.1   - Rdwy Construction Engineering Inspection
Under-Utilized Work Groups:
  GROUP10  - Rdwy Construction Engineering Inspection
Contract     : 17144  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Selection from Expanded Letter of Response 
Financial Management Number(s):
  42584116201

Project Description:
  SR 82 from CR 884 (Lee Blvd) to Shawnee Road, Lee County.
Project Manager: ELLIOTT, LEIGHTON
Estimated Contract Amt: $5,179,137
See Standard Notes Above: 4,8,10

Special Notes:              
  Resumes for all proposed staff are required as an addendum
  to the letter of interest and must include TINS and CTQP
  printouts, project dates and updated work references,
  including names and telephone numbers.  A manhour staffing
  estimate must also be included.  The Technical Review
  Committee (TRC) members for the project will be Dennis Day
  , Leighton Elliot, and Jan Thompson/Anita Michael. TRC
  members are subject to change, according to availability.
  Areas being evaluated:
  Awareness of/Approach to Project Issues (0-35)
  A. Understanding of the Scope of the Project (0-15)
  B. Identification of Unique Project Issues (0-15)
  C. Best or Value Added (0-5)
  Proposed Staffing (0-55)
  A. Quantity Proposed (0-10)
  B. Availability of Staff (0-10)
  C. Qualifications/Certifications of Staff (0-10)
  D. Quality/Experience on Similar Projects (0-12)
  E. Team's Past Performance on Similar Projects (0-13)
  Other Considerations (0-10)
  A. Communication Abilities (0-5)
  B. Commitment to Satisfy the Departments' Needs (0-5)

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Advertisement Date             :  21NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  07DEC2016
Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  03JAN2017  Time:  10:00 A
Shortlist Selection Date       :  17JAN2017  Time:  10:00 A
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  02FEB2017  Time:  10:00 A
1st Negotiations Meeting Date  :  23FEB2017  Time:  10:00 A



Response Deadline              :  07DEC2016
Respond To:
  d1.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: Jamie Reyes
  Phone: (863)519-2301

               DISTRICT 2    
Major Work   :
  10.1   - Rdwy Construction Engineering Inspection
Under-Utilized Work Groups:
  GROUP10  - Rdwy Construction Engineering Inspection
Contract     : 17247  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Selection from Expanded Letter of Response 
Financial Management Number(s):
  43230916201 43429816201 43615616201

Project Description:
  SR 200 Resurfacing (Andrews Street to NW 219th)
  SR 200 Resurfacing (CR 100A to SR 100)
  SR 200 Resurfacing (SR 100 BMP 8.055 to Andrews Street EMP
  8.934)
Project Manager: Chitwood, Sandra
Estimated Contract Amt: $1,150,870
See Standard Notes Above: 4,8,10

Special Notes:              
  When submitting LOR, include Financial Management (FM)
  Number 432309-1-62-01 and firm name on the subject line.
  Staff hours on summary sheet not applicable on this project.
  Resumes- a two-page resume or work history sheet for
  key personnel to include the positions of Senior Project
  Engineer, Project Administrator, Contract Support
  Specialist and Senior Inspector shall be included.
  The Technical Committee shall consider and weigh the
  following in their selection process (0-100):
  1. Awareness of and Approach to Project (30)
  -Understanding of project scope, challenges and key
  milestones
  -Identification of potential issues related to the scope
  -Approach and understanding of Consultant CEI Services
  2. Staffing and Organization (30)
  -Availability of key personnel
  -Experience of personnel on similar projects
  -Qualifications and Certifications applicable to the project
  -Quality of proposed staff
  3. Construction Project Administration (25)
  -Knowledge and application of FDOT procedures
  -Knowledge and experience with construction scheduling
  -Identification of construction management methods and
  techniques
  -Ability to make decisions and facilitate resolution
  4. Other Considerations (15)
  -Past performance on similar projects
  -Proximity to the project
  -Approach to CEI quality control
  During the acquisition phase of this project,
  Consultants are requested to refrain from contacting
  District Staff to market their firms until Final Ranking has
  occurred.
  The project manager will participate as a member of the
  Technical Review Committee for this contract.
  The Technical Review Committee Meeting and Scope
  Clarification/Begin Negotiations Meeting will be held at the
  Gainesville Construction Office.

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Advertisement Date             :  28NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  12DEC2016
Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  04JAN2017  Time:  02:30PM
Shortlist Selection Date       :  30JAN2017  Time:  10:00AM
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  30JAN2017  Time:  10:00AM
1st Negotiations Meeting Date  :  01FEB2017  Time:  03:00PM



Response Deadline              :  12DEC2016
Respond To:
  d2.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: DeLanna Tooker, MS 2016
  Phone: 386-961-7597
               DISTRICT 2    
Major Work   :
  2.0    - Proj. Dev. & Environ. (PD&E) Studies
  3.1    - Minor Highway Design
  4.1.2  - Minor Bridge Design
Contract     : 17261  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Letter of Response and Interview           
Financial Management Number(s):
  43384322201

Project Description:
  SR 5 (US1) AT OYSTER CREEK BRIDGE NO:780103
Project Manager: Brock, Michael
Estimated Contract Amt: $400,000
See Standard Notes Above: 9

Special Notes:              
  When submitting Letters of Response, include Financial
  Management (FM) number 433843-2-22-01 and firm name on
  the subject line.
  The project manager will participate as a member of the
  Technical Review Committee for this contract.

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Advertisement Date             :  29NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  13DEC2016
Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  20DEC2016  Time:  10:00AM
Shortlist Selection Date       :  09JAN2017  Time:  10:00AM
Scope Meeting Date             :  12JAN2017  Time:  10:00AM
Tech. Rev. Cmte Meeting Date   :  31JAN2017  Time:  10:00AM
2nd Tech Rev. Cmte Meeting     :  02FEB2017  Time:  11:30AM
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  20FEB2017  Time:  10:00AM
1st Negotiations Meeting Date  :  23FEB2017  Time:  10:00AM



Response Deadline              :  13DEC2016
Respond To:
  d2.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: Lindsey Ballance MS-2016
  Phone: 386-961-7362

               DISTRICT 3    
Major Work   :
  10.1   - Rdwy Construction Engineering Inspection
Contract     : 17335  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Selection from Expanded Letter of Response 
Financial Management Number(s):
  42884716201 43178516201 43178526201

Project Description:
  SR 742 Creighton Rd from East SR 291 to SR 10A in Escambia
  County; SR 742 Creighton Rd at SR 289 9th Avenue in Escambia
  County; SR 289 9th Avenue at SR 742 Creighton Rd
  Intersection in Escambia County (CEI Group 17-B)
Project Manager: Nixon, David
Est. Construction Cost: $5,373,865
See Standard Notes Above: 4,7,10

Special Notes:              
  The information provided in the letter of response will be
  the basis for selection. It is the responsibility of the
  firms responding to this advertisement to provide sufficient
  information to enable the Department to make a selection.
  The letter of response shall conform to all advertisement
  requirements established under the Notice to Professional
  Consultants with the following exceptions;
  1. Completed FDOT Expanded Letters of response form shall
  not exceed 2 MB in size.
  2. Completed FDOT Expanded Letters of response form shall
  not exceed nine (9) 8 1/2 X 11 pages.
  3. A minimum font size of 11, with 1/2 inch margins is
  required for all submittals except the organization chart,
  staffing chart, forms, and certifications.
  The Department will not consider letters not in conformance
  with response requirements. Each letter of response shall,
  at a minimum, address items listed under response procedure.
  In addition to the letter of response, each responding firm
  should submit a 1 page organizational chart or staffing
  chart (8 1/2 X 11 or 11X17) including subconsultants, 2 page
  resumes for key personnel, a 1 page summary of staff hours
  (includes prime and Subs),a schedule of a maximum of 2 pages
  (11" X 17" allowed), and the required forms and
  certifications attached to the Scope of Services linked to
  this advertisement. Construction Training and Qualification
  (CTQP) Program Printouts may also be submitted. Resumes,
  organization/staffing chart and required forms and
  certifications will not be included in the page count.
  The letters of response for this project will be evaluated
  based upon the following:
  Shortlist Consideration Factors:
  1) Past performance grades received by the Consultant on
  current and previous Departmental projects.
  2) The volume of work previously awarded to the Consultant
  as evidenced by new agreements and supplemental amendments
  executed between the Department and the Consultant within
  the past five years.
  3) The distribution of work among the competing Consultants
  and the utilization of new Consultants.
  4) The workload of each Consultant, as evidenced by the
  number of similar projects the Consultant is shortlisted on
  that have not had final selection, as well as the residual
  fees remaining to be paid to the Consultants on active
  agreements.
  5) Balancing the needs of the project to the abilities of
  the Consultants.
  6) The Consultant's working relationship/experience with the
  Department on previous projects.
  7) The general and specific information typically used to
  longlist the Consultants (i.e., prequalification
  restrictions, location (where pertinent), Subconsultant
  relationships, etc.).
  8) Proposed Subconsultant Teaming (applicable for projects
  advertised with DBE under concentrated work types.)
  Final Selection Evaluation Criteria:
  Awareness and Understanding of Project Scope:
  1) Understanding of Intent and Scope of Construction Project
  (0-15 points)
  2) Understanding of Project Issues (0-20 points)
  3) Quality Control (0-10 points)
  Staffing/Technical Plan:
  1) Proposed Staff Quality (i.e. certifications, technical
  knowledge, etc.) (0-15 points)
  2) Proposed Staff Availability (0-15 points)
  3) Experience on Similar Projects (0-25 points)
  It is the Department's intent to group projects being let
  within the described geographical area of Escambia County
  to achieve economic efficiency through the shared use of CEI
  personnel, equipment, facilities and other resources across
  multiple projects. The Department may at its sole discretion
  add projects occurring within these limits or delete
  projects if warranted.

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Advertisement Date             :  21NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  07DEC2016
Shortlist Selection Date       :  12DEC2016  Time:  08:00AM
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  02JAN2017  Time:  08:00AM



Response Deadline              :  07DEC2016
Respond To:
  d3.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: Steve Thames
  Phone: (850)330-1366
               DISTRICT 3    
Major Work   :
  3.1    - Minor Highway Design
Minor Work   :
  4.1.1  - Miscellaneous Structures
  7.1    - Signing, Pavement Marking & Channelization
  7.2    - Lighting
  8.1    - Control Surveying
  8.2    - Design, Right of Way, & Const. Surveying
  8.4    - Right of Way Mapping
  9.1    - Soil Exploration
  9.2    - Geotechnical Classification Lab Testing
  9.4.1  - Standard Foundation Studies
  9.4.2  - Non-Redundant Bridge Foundation Studies
Under-Utilized Work Groups:
  GROUP3  - Highway Design - Roadway
  GROUP4  - Highway Design - Bridge
Contract     : 17366  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Letter of Response and Interview           
Financial Management Number(s):
  43992613201 44055013201

Project Description:
  Design Group 17-03:
  Design of Bike Path/Trail on SR 30 (US 98) Coastal Highway
  from CR 372 Surf Road to SR 61 (US 319) and SR 30 (US 98)
  from West of SR 363 Woodville Highway to Lighthouse Road in
  Wakulla County.
Project Manager: SMITH, JAMES
Estimated Contract Amt: $1,000,000
See Standard Notes Above: 8

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Advertisement Date             :  21NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  07DEC2016
Shortlist Selection Date       :  19DEC2016  Time:  08:00AM
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  23JAN2017  Time:  08:00AM



Response Deadline              :  07DEC2016
Respond To:
  d3.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: Steve Thames
  Phone: (850)330-1366

               DISTRICT 5    
Major Work   :
  2.0    - Proj. Dev. & Environ. (PD&E) Studies
Minor Work   :
  3.2    - Major Highway Design
  4.1.1  - Miscellaneous Structures
  4.2.1  - Major Bridge Design - Concrete
  7.1    - Signing, Pavement Marking & Channelization
  7.2    - Lighting
  7.3    - Signalization
  8.1    - Control Surveying
  8.2    - Design, Right of Way, & Const. Surveying
  8.3    - Photogrammetric Mapping
  8.4    - Right of Way Mapping
  9.1    - Soil Exploration
  9.2    - Geotechnical Classification Lab Testing
  9.4.1  - Standard Foundation Studies
Under-Utilized Work Groups:
  GROUP4  - Highway Design - Bridge
Contract     : 17536  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Letter of Response and Oral Presentation   
Financial Management Number(s):
  43547612201

Project Description:
  I-75 at CR 514 from 0.5 miles west of I-75 to C-525
  Extension
Project Manager: McGehee, Mary
Estimated Contract Amt: $2,000,000
See Standard Notes Above: 8

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(Adobe Acrobat® PDF file)


Advertisement Date             :  21NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  07DEC2016
Shortlist Selection Date       :  27DEC2016  Time:  09:00AM
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  20FEB2017  Time:  09:00AM



Response Deadline              :  07DEC2016
Respond To:
  d5.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: Michelle Sloan - PSU
  Phone: (386)943-5528
               DISTRICT 5    
Major Work   :
  3.1    - Minor Highway Design
Minor Work   :
  4.1.1  - Miscellaneous Structures
  6.2    - Traffic Signal Timing
  6.3.1  - Intelligent Trans Sys. Analysis & Design
  6.3.2  - Intelligent Trans Systems Implementation
  7.1    - Signing, Pavement Marking & Channelization
  7.3    - Signalization
  8.1    - Control Surveying
  8.2    - Design, Right of Way, & Const. Surveying
  9.1    - Soil Exploration
  9.2    - Geotechnical Classification Lab Testing
  9.4.1  - Standard Foundation Studies
Under-Utilized Work Groups:
  GROUP4  - Highway Design - Bridge
Contract     : 17506  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Letter of Response and Interview           
Financial Management Number(s):
  43612213201 43612213202 43612213203

Project Description:
  SR 405 Spaceport Connector SIS Intersection Improvements-
  Add left turns
Project Manager: Helton, Todd
Estimated Contract Amt: $1,200,000
See Standard Notes Above: 8

Special Notes:              
  A revised scope of services document adding Appendix A and
  Appendix B attachments has been posted as of 11/23/16.

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Advertisement Date             :  21NOV2016
Response Deadline Date         :  07DEC2016
Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  15DEC2016  Time:  01:00PM
Shortlist Selection Date       :  03JAN2017  Time:  09:00AM
Scope Meeting Date             :  09JAN2017  Time:  01:00PM
Tech. Rev. Cmte Meeting Date   :  07FEB2017  Time:  09:30AM
2nd Tech Rev. Cmte Meeting     :  07FEB2017  Time:  11:30AM
3rd Tech Rev. Cmte Meeting     :  07FEB2017  Time:  02:30PM
Final Selection Meeting Date   :  27FEB2017  Time:  09:00AM



Response Deadline              :  07DEC2016
Respond To:
  d5.profserv@dot.state.fl.us 
  Attn.: Michelle Sloan - PSU
  Phone: (386)943-5528

               DISTRICT 6    
Major Work   :
  4.2.1  - Major Bridge Design - Concrete
  4.2.2  - Major Bridge Design - Steel
  4.2.3  - Major Bridge Design - Segmental
  4.4    - Movable Span Bridge Design
Minor Work   :
  5.1    - Conventional Bridge Inspection
  5.2    - Movable Bridge Inspection
  5.4    - Bridge Load Rating
Under-Utilized Work Groups:
  GROUP4  - Highway Design - Bridge
Contract     : 17656  Major Project
Selection Procedure: Letter of Response and Interview           
Financial Management Number(s):
  25064723205

Project Description:
  Districtwide Repair/Rehab Plans Preparation
Project Manager: Orozco, Pablo
Maximum Contract Amount: $1,500,000
See Standard Notes Above: 8
Number of contracts that may be awarded from this advertisement:  2 
Special Notes: The Department is committed to a qualifications-based selection process, conducted in accordance with Section 287.055, F.S., that promotes open competition and the development of a wide pool of potential service providers, while encouraging innovation and ensuring successful project delivery. Consultant firms are strongly encouraged to form teams that include meaningful representation and contribution by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises and Small Business firms, particularly those seeking to gain experience providing service to the Department and district. Consultant firms who have previously contracted with District 6 for similar type work are encouraged to consider offering teaming arrangements that offer a new mix of talent and diversity. Distribution of work among competing consultants, and the utilization of new consultants and volume of work previously awarded to the Consultant on current and previous Department projects, are included as consideration factors in shortlisting for professional services selections. Following evaluation of the shortlisted firms based on criteria established in the advertisement and/or Request for Proposal the Department shall select the firm deemed to be the most highly qualified to provide the services required. . Refer to the "RESPONSE PROCEDURE" of the Notice to Professional Consultants page for the minimum required information. . The Letter of Response (LOR) may not exceed the 1.0 MB file size. Multiple e-mails will NOT be accepted. Attachment must be submitted in .pdf format (unzipped) ONLY. Along with the LOR submittal, firms will submit the DBE or Small Business Commitment form. . Direct all questions to the Department by e-mailing d6.profserv@dot.state.fl.us . Questions posed before 5PM (EST) on the seventh calendar day prior to submittal deadline will be responded to by the Department on the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site located at: https://ftp.fdot.gov/file/d/Professional%20Services/Fiscal%2 0Year%202016-2017/17656%20-%20250647-2-32-05/Advertisement/Q %26A/ . Take responsibility to review and be familiar with all questions and responses posted to this website and to make any necessary adjustments in the LOR accordingly. If the Department website cannot be accessed contact the Professional Services Office at 305-470-5457. . Registration in MyFloridaMarketPlace is required for prime and sub-consultants prior to contracting. . The District 6 Selection Committee routinely meets every other Monday in the Procurement Conference Room, located at 1000 NW 111 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33172. See dates below for this project. . Project Manager: Gabriel Delgado View proposed scope (Adobe Acrobat® PDF file) Advertisement Date :  28NOV2016 Response Deadline Date :  12DEC2016 Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  05JAN2017 Time:  10:00AM Shortlist Selection Date :  23JAN2017 Time:  10:00AM Final Selection Meeting Date :  06MAR2017 Time:  10:00AM Response Deadline : 12DEC2016 Respond To: d6.profserv@dot.state.fl.us Attn.: Catrina Wilson Phone: (305)470-5326 TURNPIKE Major Work : 7.1 - Signing, Pavement Marking & Channelization Minor Work : 3.1 - Minor Highway Design 3.2 - Major Highway Design 3.3 - Controlled Access Highway Design 4.1.1 - Miscellaneous Structures 6.1 - Traffic Engineering Studies 6.2 - Traffic Signal Timing 6.3.1 - Intelligent Trans Sys. Analysis & Design 6.3.2 - Intelligent Trans Systems Implementation 6.3.3 - Intelligent Trans Traffic Eng. Communications 7.2 - Lighting 7.3 - Signalization 8.1 - Control Surveying 8.2 - Design, Right of Way, & Const. Surveying 8.3 - Photogrammetric Mapping 8.4 - Right of Way Mapping 9.1 - Soil Exploration 9.2 - Geotechnical Classification Lab Testing 9.4.1 - Standard Foundation Studies Under-Utilized Work Groups: GROUP3 - Highway Design - Roadway GROUP4 - Highway Design - Bridge Contract : 18810 Major Project Selection Procedure: Letter of Response and Interview Project Description: Production PM: Shannon Pike 407-264-3418
*** District wide Traffic Engineering; signing, pavement marking and channelization, lighting, and other minor safety improvements. Project Manager: Satchfield, Paul Estimated Contract Amt: $5,000,000 See Standard Notes Above: 8 Special Notes: General Information meeting was held on November 2, 2016. *** View proposed scope (Adobe Acrobat® PDF file) Advertisement Date :  28NOV2016 Response Deadline Date :  12DEC2016 Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  24JAN2017 Time:  11:00AM Shortlist Selection Date :  02FEB2017 Time:  10:00AM Scope Meeting Date :  20FEB2017 Time:  01:30PM Final Selection Meeting Date :  02MAY2017 Time:  10:00AM Response Deadline : 12DEC2016 Respond To: tp.profserv@dot.state.fl.us Attn.: Francis Bryan Phone: 407-264-3120 TURNPIKE Major Work : 10.1 - Rdwy Construction Engineering Inspection Minor Work : 8.2 - Design, Right of Way, & Const. Surveying Contract : 17825 Major Project Selection Procedure: Selection from Expanded Letter of Response Financial Management Number(s): 43560816201 43842016201 43842116201 43841916201 Project Description: Construction Engineering and Inspection Services for Polk Parkway Truss Cantilever & Post Sign Panel Replacements (MP 8-21); Suncoast Parkway Sign Replacement; Systemwide Left Plaque Signing; Toll Signing Replacement Northern Coin and Ticket System, Various Counites Project Manager: Akers, Karen Estimated Contract Amt: $5,069,975 See Standard Notes Above: 4,7,10 Special Notes: The Construction Project Manager is Tracie Rose, P.E. *** The Consultant Marketing sessions were held as scheduled on November 14, 2016. *** Selection Criteria includes: I.Awareness and understanding of Project Scope: A) Approach to Project (0-15 Points) B) Understanding of Scope/Potential Project Types (0-15pts) II.Staffing: A)Proposed Staff Qualifications (0-25 points) B) Proposed Staffing Availability & Geographical Coverage (0-10 Points) C) Proposed Staff Experience (0-25 points) D) Proposed Team's (Prime and Subconsultants) Similar Experience, Corporate Support & Past Performance (0-10 pts) *** The public meetings for the Shortlist and Final Selection will be held in the Executive Conference Room, Florida's Turnpike Headquarters Building, Turkey Lake Service Plaza, Ocoee, Florida 34761. *** This project advertisement has been reserved for competition among small business firms only (BDI) View proposed scope (Adobe Acrobat® PDF file) Advertisement Date :  28NOV2016 Response Deadline Date :  12DEC2016 Longlist(Tech. Rev. Cmte.) Date:  09JAN2017 Time:  09:00AM Shortlist Selection Date :  17JAN2017 Time:  01:00PM Final Selection Meeting Date :  06FEB2017 Time:  10:00AM Response Deadline : 12DEC2016 Respond To: tp.profserv@dot.state.fl.us Attn.: Deborah Goodness Phone: 407-264-3810
 
 
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