Sealed proposals will be received at the Hamilton County Purchasing Department, 507 Administration Bldg., 138 East Court St., Cincinnati, OH 45202, until 11:00AM on May 10, 2018 and will be read at that time for ITB# 026-18 – Hamilton County Courthouse – Fire Alarm System Replacement 2018.
A PRE-BID CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 19, 2018 AT 2:00 PM, AT 1000 MAIN STREET (MEET AT: COURTHOUSE LOBBY) CINCINNATI, OH 45202.
This is a prevailing wage project, and the estimated budget is General Construction $1,250,000. Proposal forms, specifications, etc. may be obtained upon application at the ARC, 7157 E. Kemper Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 or they may be electronically retrieved by accessing the following web site – http://www.hamilton-co.org/purchasing/.
Cincinnati, Ohio. April 3, 2018.
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
Terrace Park Sewer Service
RFQ # 2018-006
SEALED Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) will be received for the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (“MSDGC”) by the City of Cincinnati (the “City”), as sole management agency for the operation and maintenance of MSDGC at Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Avenue, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202:
UNTIL 1:30 PM on Thursday,
April 19, 2018
Offerors must deliver their SOQs to the City at Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Ave, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, by the time and date specified above, either by hand or other logistics.
As of 3/29/2018, interested parties may download RFQ Documents from the Open Data Cincinnati website and should frequently return to the site to monitor for project-specific updates and addenda. https://data.cincinnati-oh.gov ; (Once there, simply click on the piggybank icon and then select “Procurement Opportunities and Contract Awards”)
Questions on this project or any part of the RFQ Documents must be sent via e-mail to MSD.PROCUREMENT@cincinnati-oh.gov by the established deadline. The deadline for questions is 1:30 P.M. local time on Thursday, April 12, 2018.
A brief description of the services sought:
The Village of Terrace Park is not served by a central sewer system, but rather by individual home sewage treatment systems (HSTS). The type of HSTS being used by the residents of the Village of Terrace Park, dry wells, are not in compliance with Ohio law. The Village has expressed an interest in joining the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati to gain access to central sewer service and to be able to decommission existing HSTS. Other nearby Public Health Districts may be addressing the phasing out of this type of HSTS in different ways.
Services provided in the initial planning phase include, but are not limited to project management and initial planning services.
The planning phase will primarily identify and evaluate various alternatives for providing sewer service to the Village of Terrace Park. The planning phase will include an analysis of the triple bottom line and Net Present Value (NPV) for each sewer service alternative considered. The planning phase report will include, at a minimum: (1) recommended alternatives and associated conceptual planning cost estimates, for delivering sanitary sewer service to the Village of Terrace Park, and (2) conceptual planning cost estimates for providing local sanitary sewer collection systems within the Village boundaries based upon the recommendation determined in (1). Considerations during the planning phase will include full build out conditions, capacity restrictions within the MSDGC system, potential new treatment plant to serve Terrace Park, and potential connections to other nearby sewer systems. The planning phase will require development and refinement of a “current conditions” local hydraulic model. A range of local sewer collection system costs can be provided using parametric cost information.
Cincinnati, Ohio. April 3, 2018.