DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
COMBINED QUALIFICATIONS STATEMENTS AND TECHNICAL PROPOSALS
FOR AGREEMENT DCFA #502-WSA
WATER PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water), requests the submittal of Statements of Qualifications and Technical Proposals (Proposals) from qualified firms to provide Program Management services for the Water Service Area (Water Program Manager) of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) in the District of Columbia. Detailed information on the scope of work, procurement process and required content of the Proposal, submittal requirements, and evaluation process are contained in the RFP document which is available to download from https://www.dcwater.com/procurement. Click on “Old Vendor Portal” and login and download the RFP (Contract No. DCFA #502-WSA) and e-mail Dan Bae with the firm’s name and contact information upon downloading the RFP. The Proposal must be received by DC Water not later than 2:00 PM on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. For any questions or if you want to receive the RFP by email, please contact Dan Bae at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This RFP seeks to retain the services of qualified firm(s) to manage the Water Service Area of the CIP (Water CIP). The selected firm(s), Water Program Manager, shall provide a Program Management team with overarching responsibility for professional engineering, management, and specialized technical services necessary to develop, manage and implement Water CIP projects under the direction of DC Water. The Water CIP generally includes the rehabilitation or replacement of small and large diameter water mains, rehabilitation of water pumping stations, rehabilitation of storage facilities, condition assessment of buried infrastructure, pumping stations and storage facilities.
The Water Program Manager shall assist DC Water with the overall development and management of projects within the Water Service Area. Services are anticipated to include but not limited to; annual updates to the Water CIP, water service Master Planning, planning of CIP projects and review of Water CIP project designs. The Water Program Manager may also be requested to provide engineering design, and engineering services during construction as well as provide specialized services including; maintenance of the water hydraulic model, management support of the enterprise GIS, maintenance of the asset management tool and provide staffing and expertise to support DC Water’s operational units.