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Consultant Selection > Projects Soliciting for Interest
Below is a listing of Qualifications-Based contracts for consideration by the Consultant Selection Committee, and Low-Bid contracts which will be awarded to prequalified firms by low-bid in accordance with the procedures developed by the Bureau requiring services.
Services Key
AERO aeronautics/airport engineering
LLS
licensed land surveyor
AIR air quality analyses for NEPA documentation MECH mechanical engineering
AMAP aerial mapping NOIS noise analyses for NEPA documentation
ARCY archaeological investigations PLAN transportation planning
BRDG bridge design engineering PINV public involvement
CIVL building and site engineering R&T rail & transit engineering
CE&I construction engineering and inspection RDWY roadway design engineering
ELEC electrical engineering ROW right-of-way
ENV ecological studies and NEPA documentation SEC development/implementation of security systems
FIRE fire protection engineering SOFT software engineering
GEOT geotechnical engineering/exploration services STRC structural engineering
HAZ hazardous materials investigation SURV ground surveying
HIST historic and architectural evaluations TEST materials/equipment testing
HYD hydraulics TRAF traffic research/engineering
INSP pre-construction inspection of structural integrity UTIL utility engineering
ITS design and implementation of intelligent transportation systems WET wetlands delineation and functional analyses for NEPA documentation
LAND landscape design    
Project: Lebanon 29612
NH 120 Corridor from I-89 exit 18 through Etna Road intersection
(Preliminary Design Part “A”)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: March 24, 2017
Scope of Work:

Preliminary engineering, environmental, and public involvement services are needed for improvements to NH 120 from its intersection with Hanover Street, through the I-89 exit 18 interchange, and to the intersection with Etna Road to improve traffic operations and safety, and improve mobility and access for all modes of travel, including pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit. The project design will involve:

  • Traffic data collection and analysis.
  • Preliminary design to evaluate alternatives for the exit 18 interchange and the NH 120 corridor, to include study of a diverging diamond design for the interchange.
  • Evaluation of other potential TDM and/or TSM measures for reducing the travel demand within the project limits including, but not limited to, the reconstruction of the Hanover Street pedestrian bridge for motor vehicular traffic. Traffic modeling may be needed to gauge the effectiveness of alternatives.
  • ROW layout and plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right of way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds.
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation and identify permitting requirements. It is expected this documentation will be in the form of a Categorical Exclusion taking into account, at a minimum, the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Historic Preservation Act and Section 4(f) of the US Department of Transportation Act.
  • Execution of a creative and robust public involvement process applying the principles of context sensitive solutions to reach consensus on a proposed action. The process shall include close coordination with the Route 120 Corridor Workgroup and other appropriate public and private stakeholders, and will culminate with a formal public hearing.


This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire. This project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. At the conclusion of Part “A”, the Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.
Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services. The compensation format for this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact Donald Lyford, Highway Design, at (603) 271-2165.

Closing Date: Interested firms must submit a Letter of Interest, no more than 2 pages with 3 current references limited to 1 page, on or before Monday April 24, 2017 to:
William J. Oldenburg, PE, Assistant Director of Project Development
Chairperson, Consultant Selection Committee
via e-mail (preferred - receipt will be confirmed): William.Oldenburg@dot.nh.gov
or by postal service (receipt will not be confirmed):
NH Department of Transportation, PO Box 483, 7 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03302-0483.
Services Required: RDWY, BRDG, ENV, HYD, AIR, NOIS, PINV, TRAF, ROW, HAZ, HIST, LLS, LAND, ITS
Transparency Disclosure: Any information submitted in response to a Request For Proposal (RFP) may be subject to public disclosure under RSA 91-A. In addition, in accordance with RSA 9-F:1, any contract entered into as a result of a RFP will be made accessible to the public online via the website Transparent NH (http://www.nh.gov/transparentnh/).

 

Project: Development of a Statewide Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Plan and Economic Impact Study
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: March 10, 2017
Scope of Work: The NH Department of Transportation is proposing the development of a Statewide Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Plan (Plan) and an Economic and Community Impact Study (Study) to assess pedestrian and bicycle transportation infrastructure, practices, policies and needs and identify opportunities for improvement.

The following tasks are being considered as components of the Plan & Study:

  • Reviewing the current NH Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian plan and related policies, NHDOT long range and performance based planning documents, a sampling of regional and local bicycle and pedestrian plans and master plans, and public input data on transportation priorities.
  • Inventorying existing conditions around the State for pedestrian and bicycle transportation safety and accommodation.
  • Developing vision, goals, objectives, and performance measures for advancing walking and bicycling for transportation in New Hampshire.
  • Conducting a public involvement process that includes efforts such as listening sessions around the state, a project website, social media outreach, collaboration with regional planning commissions and metropolitan planning organizations, surveys, focus groups, and public presentation of draft and final documents.
  • Consulting with a project steering committee, including NHDOT staff and Bicycle & Pedestrian Transportation Advisory Committee (BPTAC) members.
  • Reviewing existing policies and practices considering safe accommodation for people walking and bicycling in the planning, scoping, design, construction and maintenance of NHDOT-funded projects, and recommending best practices where appropriate.
  • Developing a plan for implementing the vision, goals, objectives and performance measures identified.
  • Conducting an Economic & Community Impact Study for pedestrian and bicycle transportation in New Hampshire.
  • Developing a short video summarizing the Economic Impact Study findings.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services and previous experience with the planning, design and management of multimodal planning projects. This effort will require Professional Engineering licensure in the State of NH. The contract is anticipated to be a cost-plus-fixed-fee with an anticipated duration of 18 months.

For additional information contact:
Shelley Winters, Bureau of Rail and Transit, at 603.271.2468

Closing Date: Interested firms must submit a Letter of Interest, no more than 2 pages with 3 current references limited to 1 page, on or before Monday April 17, 2017 to:
William J. Oldenburg, PE, Assistant Director of Project Development
Chairperson, Consultant Selection Committee
via e-mail (preferred - receipt will be confirmed): William.Oldenburg@dot.nh.gov
or by postal service (receipt will not be confirmed):
NH Department of Transportation, PO Box 483, 7 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03302-0483.
Services Required: PLAN, PINV, RDWY, TRAF
Transparency Disclosure: Any information submitted in response to a Request For Proposal (RFP) may be subject to public disclosure under RSA 91-A. In addition, in accordance with RSA 9-F:1, any contract entered into as a result of a RFP will be made accessible to the public online via the website Transparent NH (http://www.nh.gov/transparentnh/).
Project: Statewide On-Call Construction Engineering and Inspection Services (3 Contracts) Qualifications-Based Selection Contracts
Posting Date: March 10, 2017
Scope of Work: Three (3) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,950,000 each over a three-year term, are needed to provide on-call Construction Engineering and Inspection services for various transportation projects located throughout the State.

Individuals are needed to supplement the Department’s field staff on single or multiple construction projects. Individuals with environmental experience are also needed to assist the Department with environmental regulations and related engineering needs related to construction. The work will be varied in all aspects of transportation, highway, and bridge construction assuring the contractors compliance with the plans, specifications and environmental commitments.

Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire is required.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders for construction inspection and construction field work services will be paid using Specific Rates of Pay for hours worked. Task Orders for engineering services assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a modified cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

For information contact:
Dean Wilson, NHDOT Construction Bureau, at (603) 271-2571.

Closing Date: Interested firms must submit a Letter of Interest, no more than 2 pages with 3 current references limited to 1 page, on or before Thursday April 6, 2017 to:
William J. Oldenburg, PE, Assistant Director of Project Development
Chairperson, Consultant Selection Committee
via e-mail (preferred - receipt will be confirmed): William.Oldenburg@dot.nh.gov
or by postal service (receipt will not be confirmed):
NH Department of Transportation, PO Box 483, 7 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03302-0483.
Services Required: CE&I
Transparency Disclosure: Any information submitted in response to a Request For Proposal (RFP) may be subject to public disclosure under RSA 91-A. In addition, in accordance with RSA 9-F:1, any contract entered into as a result of a RFP will be made accessible to the public online via the website Transparent NH (http://www.nh.gov/transparentnh/).

 

 

 

 

Do you have a question or comment regarding this information or the Consultant selection process?
Contact William J. Oldenburg, P.E., Assistant Director of Project Development, Chairperson, Consultant Selection Committee at (603) 271-1486.

 

 





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