The City of Springfield is accepting Statement of Qualifications from Professional Engineers for design and construction management services of the Harris C. Hinely Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade.

The professional engineer is to be responsible for the design and construction management of the project in accordance with the information provided in the Request for Qualifications “RFQ” and must be licensed in the State of Georgia.

RFQs will be received at Springfield City Hall, 130 S. Laurel Street, Post Office Box 1, Springfield, GA 31329, until 3:00 p.m., Thursday, August 15, 2019.

RFQs received after the deadline will be rejected and returned unopened.

RFQs submitted as a result of this invitation must be returned in a sealed envelope or container marked with the consultant’s name and “RFQ: Professional Engineering Services Harris C. Hinely Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade”. RFQs may be mailed or hand delivered and will be received by the following:
City of Springfield
Attn: Amber Dyson, Finance Director
130 S. Laurel Street
Post Office Box 1
Springfield, GA 31329

A pre-submittal conference will be held on Monday, July 15, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. at the Springfield City Hall, 130 S. Laurel Street, Springfield, GA, followed by a site visit. At this meeting, City staff will discuss the scope of work, general contract issues and respond to any general questions from the attendees. City staff or Operations staff will not be available for meetings or to respond to individual inquiries regarding the project scope outside of this conference. This conference is not mandatory however, all interested parties are encouraged to attend.

RFQ documents will become available Wednesday, July 3, 2019 and can be obtained by any interested parties at the Springfield City Hall, 130 S. Laurel Street, Springfield, GA 31329 or by emailing a request to Amber Dyson, Finance Director All interested parties shall register with the City of Springfield when obtaining bid documents so they may remain informed regarding any addendums that may be issued.

A non-collusion affidavit must be completed and submitted prior to a contract award.

The City of Springfield reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technicalities and/or informalities and make the award in the best interest of the City. The City reserves the right to add to or delete from the contract after the contract has been awarded.

Matthew A. Morris, Interim City Manager
Amber L. Dyson, Finance Director