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Weiss Lane Lift Station and Force Main Analysis & System Upgrades Projects RFQ

  • Department:Public Works, Capital Improvements Program
  • Category:Request For Qualifications
  • Start Date:09/26/2018 6:00 AM
  • Close Date:10/15/2018 4:00 PM

The City of Pflugerville is requesting a Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) from qualified engineering firms for professional engineering services associated with design, bidding and construction administration of the Weiss Lane Lift Station and Force Main Analysis & System Upgrades Projects.
The RFQ document can be viewed and downloaded on the City's website at the link below. To be considered for this project, your firm must meet the qualifications and satisfy the requirements set forth in the RFQ. If you are interested in being considered, please submit your SOQ by 4 p.m., Monday October 15, 2018 to:

Mr. Leon Sparks, Senior Utility Engineer
C/O Sabrina Schmidt 
City of Pflugerville
P.O. Box 589
Pflugerville, Texas 78691-0589 

Or submittals shall be delivered to:

Mr. Leon Sparks, Senior Utility Engineer
C/O Sabrina Schmidt 
City of Pflugerville
100 East Main Street, Suite 100
Pflugerville, TX 78660

All submissions should be clearly marked as SOQs for the Weiss Lane Lift Station and Force Main Analysis & System Upgrades Projects.  Note that all questions, clarifications, or requests for general information should be sent in writing via email to leons@pflugervilletx.gov or by mail to the address above. The submission deadline for general information requests will be 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 10, 2018.  Any requests received after this date will be returned. 

Weiss Lane Lift Station and Force Main Analysis & System Upgrades Projects RFQ

 

Pflugerville Wastewater Master Plan (17 MB)

 

Question #1: Is it the City’s expectation for the prime consultant to own an active license of the Infoworks ICM modeling software or to just be able to interact with the City’s modeling/master planning effort so that the Weiss Lane Lift Station design parameters can be input in the City’s modeling/master plan effort?

Response:  The City will be providing the existing conditions Infoworks ICM model that is currently being developed as part of the wastewater master plan update to the consultant selected for the Weiss Lane Lift Station project.  The consultant selected for the project will need to use the existing hydraulic model as the basis for the analysis; therefore, the prime consultant, or a member of their project team, will need to have the capability to complete the modeling using Infoworks ICM.

 

 

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