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RFQ: On-call Architectural and Site Planning Review Consulting Services – Norwalk, CT (Due 9/28/2017, at 2:00 PM)

The City of Norwalk through the Planning and Zoning Department is soliciting request of qualifications (Request for Qualifications/RFQ’s) from qualified Planning and Architectural Firms for on-call architectural and site planning peer review services. The Department intends to retain one or more firms to be utilized on an as-needed basis at the discretion of the Planning and Zoning Commission to advise and comment on applications when the Commission concludes that outside expertise related to architecture and/or planning is needed to assist them when reviewing an application. See website for more information.

RFP: Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Update for the Capitol Region (Due 10/16/2017, 2:00 PM)

The Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) intends to hire a consultant to provide services to update the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) and develop a broad regional strategy. The broad strategy will focus on a strategic situational assessment of the metropolitan region, identification of a limited set of “game changer” initiatives and of the organizational and partnership capacities that will be necessary to implement them. Funding for this project is provided by the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA), so the final product must meet the requirements of an EDA-funded CEDS. The RFP may be found on the CRCOG website here.

Any questions should be directed in writing by the deadline stated in the RFP. CRCOG will post our responses to questions and clarifications on the CRCOG website. It is the respondent’s responsibility to check the website for any addenda. We will be accepting responses to the RFP through 2 PM on Monday, October 16, 2017. Any responses received after this deadline will not be considered.

RFP: Low- and Moderate-Income Housing Study Report – South Kingstown, RI (Due 9/28/2017)

The Town of South Kingstown, Rhode Island, is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to assist the Town in developing a Low- and Moderate-Income Housing Recommendations Report. The Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI) Housing Recommendations Report will be a strategic and comprehensive document that assesses the current trends of LMI housing development in South Kingstown, and identifies recommended strategies for the effective production of LMI housing units to meet the Town’s goal of achieving 10% of its year-round housing stock as LMI housing.

The Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI) Housing Recommendations Report shall include an active community engagement and public input component, a comprehensive review of background information and existing policies for the provision of LMI housing, research on potential new and innovative strategies for the provision of LMI housing, and the development of the LMI Housing Recommendations Report to identify the strategies most appropriate for the Town of South Kingstown.
A pre-submittal meeting to review the RFP and answer any questions relative to its contents will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 14, 2017 in the Town Council Chambers, 2nd floor, South Kingstown Town Hall, 180 High Street, Wakefield, RI 02879. This meeting is not mandatory for respondents.

Bid documents can be accessed here.  Questions regarding the Low- and Moderate-Income Housing Recommendations Report may be directed to Chelsea Siefert, Director of Planning, by email: csiefert@southkingstownri.com.

RFQ: Development of Town of Madison, CT Academy School Property (Due 9/22/2017, noon)

The Town of Madison, CT, and its real estate advisor Colliers International (Colliers), are soliciting qualifications for the long-term lease, or acquisition, and development of a 5.13-acre site, or portion thereof, located at 4 School St in Madison, CT. The subject property is located in the center of downtown Madison, approximately 250 feet east of the historic Madison Green and one block west of the Madison central business district along the Boston Post Road (U.S. Route 1). See more information here.

RFP: Regional Community Rating System Program/ Model – Southeastern, CT (Due 10/20/2017)

The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments is seeking proposals from qualified firms to conduct regional Community Rating System (CRS) certification activities and related services. Responses must include firm qualifications, experience with similar projects, and proposal describing the firm’s approach to the project, including a schedule and proposed budget/fee for project completion. The RFQ is available at http://seccog.org/Employment.html. Proposals must be submitted by 4 p.m. Friday, October 20th.

RFP: City-Owned Development Sites at Park & Main Streets – Hartford, CT (Due 11/07/2017)

The City of Hartford is requesting proposals from qualified developers or joint ventures (the Proposer) for the redevelopment of two City-owned land assemblages located at the northwest and southwest corners of the Park Street and Main Street intersection.  At minimum, proposals submitted in response to this RFP shall include redevelopment of Parcel A in its entirety.  The submission of redevelopment proposals for Parcel B is optional.  It is the intent of the city to select one Proposer as the Preferred Developer who will be responsible for the site(s) redevelopment (the Project).

Refer to the city website for a complete RFP package .

 

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