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File #: 21-509    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Informational Report Status: Passed
File created: 4/21/2021 In control: Aviation
On agenda: 4/27/2021 Final action: 4/27/2021
Title: Pre-Qualification List for Airport Consultants for the Aviation Department
Attachments: 1. Staff Report
Previous Action/Referral: 22-1021

To: Board of Supervisors

From: Aviation

Agenda Section: Consent

SUBJECT:
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Pre-Qualification List for Airport Consultants for the Aviation Department
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RECOMMENDATION(S):
Recommendation
That the Board of Supervisors:
1. Receives and accepts the recommended pre-qualification list for Airport Planning, Architecture/Engineering, Environmental, and Consulting services to meet planning, design, engineering, environmental, and construction needs for the County's Aviation Department.

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SOURCE OF FUNDING:
Aviation Capital Projects - Airport Improvement Program (AIP), Passenger Facility Charges (PFC), and Cares Act Funding

DISCUSSION:
On March 29, 2021, the Department of Aviation recently solicited Request For Qualifications (RFQs) in order to comply with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Guidance, for Airport Planning, Architecture/Engineering, Environmental and Consulting Services to meet the complex planning, design, engineering, environmental, and construction needs for the County's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) including airport capital improvement projects.

The RFQ solicitation yielded seven (7) formal responses from a variety of professional airport consultants. Following the April 16, 2021 submission deadline, all consultant submissions were evaluated for meeting minimum professional credentials and experience and all were adjudged qualified. The recommended list of pre-qualified consultants is the result of the evaluations. The Board's acceptance of the recommended list of pre-qualified consultants will be the basis for selecting qualified airport consulting services on specific projects over the next five (5) years. The ability to contract with pre-qualified consultants in this manner allows the Department of Aviation to keep airport projects moving forward on track and in an organized manner. Acceptance of the pre-qualified consultant list does not circumvent the Board approval ...

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