Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR), a division of the University of California, requests the submission of written statements of qualifications by Friday, April 7, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. for consideration to provide environmental consulting services for the ANR Research and Extension Centers (RECS) located throughout the state of California.
Services will include assessment of existing pesticide washdown facilities and determination of necessary remediation services.
The selected firm will be authorized by ANR over an anticipated period of 18 months with the possibility of extension.
Scope of Work:
Site investigation and assessment of pesticide washdown facilities that are no longer in use. There are eight facilities located at the following California locations: Tulelake, Browns Valley, Hopland, Parlier, Exeter, Five Points, Irvine and Holtville.
At each facility, conduct an assessment of the potential environmental conditions in and around the washdown facility. The assessment will include: review of available records and interview(s) with key personnel to describe the general status of the washdown facility, its current operational status, identify reports of any known spills or releases, etc.
Based on the above assessment, conduct environmental sampling (potentially including surfaces, wastes, soil, groundwater, etc.) in and around each washdown facility to identify potential residual contamination from the past use of the facility. Recommend number and general location of samples, sample media, and analyses.
Develop plan and scope of construction work for demolition, remediation, and disposal of the washdown facility and components.
Provide stamped construction drawings and technical specifications to be used as the basis for bidding and construction.
Provide estimated project schedule and budget by location.
Provide limited support and confirmation sampling during construction/remediation process.
The full Qualification packet, which includes additional information on the RECS as well as submittal requirements, is available at: http://ucanr.edu/facilities Questions about the project should be submitted in writing to Michael Zwahlen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons, regardless of race, religion, sex, color, ethnicity and national origin, have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University. The successful firm and its sub-consultants will be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy.
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