BID #11124
Information and Communications Technology 

Brownfields Services

Due Date: Ongoing

• Firm shall have a minimum of three (3) years experience verifiable in the environmental consulting and engineering work, with at least one year experience in Florida. • Firm shall have experience in designing and managing a work plan to successful completion and meeting the requirements of the FDEP and the EPA. • Firm shall have the experience with Brownfields property redevelopment as well as knowledge concerning EPA Superfund Sites and the environmental aspects that are associated with them. • Firm shall have a working knowledge of Brownfields Legislation "Small Business Liability Relief and the Brownfields Revitalization Act of 2001." • Firm shall have experience in assessment and remediation on hazardous waste, petroleum, and mixed waste contaminated sites. • Firms will have expertise in the areas of groundwater and soil investigation and remediation as well as real estate transfer risk and liability analysis and development planning. • Firm shall represent that they are fully qualified, possessing the requisite skills, knowledge, qualifications, professional certifications, and experience to provide the services stated herein. • Firm(s) retained shall conduct Brownfields Preliminary Assessment and Phase I environmental site characterization and assessment activities in accordance with the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) and Standard E1527-00, "Standard Practices for Environmental Site Assessment: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process", as per EPA federal standards governing the conduct of "all appropriate inquiry" (AAI). State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) requirements may also apply. • Firm(s) retained must prepare and maintain EPA Brownfields Property Profile forms for each site in which assessment activities are conducted. • Where a Phase I ESA reveals the necessity for further site investigation, the firm(s) shall prepare a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for submittal to and approval by the EPA prior to any further site assessment activities occurring. The QAPP shall be developed in accordance with the EPA Region 4 Standard Operating Procedures and Quality Assurance Manual; EPA Quality Assurance Guidance for Conducting Brownfields Site Assessments (EPA 540-R-98-038); and/or EPA Guidance on Quality Assurance Project Plans (EPA QA/G-5). • Firm(s) retained shall conduct Phase II environmental site assessment and characterization activities, supplemental assessments, site remediation, asbestos and lead surveys and abatement, utilizing standard industry procedures, technologies and methods in accordance with EPA requirements for ensuring quality, sampling, appropriateness and health and safety. Sampling, testing and analysis shall be conducted in accordance with quality standards prescribed by ASTM, EPA and Florida Department of Environmental Protection. • The Consultant shall prepare quality reports and documents discussing potential remedial alternatives to address confirmed environmental impairment and an order of magnitude cost estimates related to these alternatives, to include but not limited to; Quality Assurance Project Plans, Remedial Action Plans and Corrective Action Plans for EPA /FDEP approval. • Firm will coordinate with EPA and FDEP all legal and binding actions and correspondence to include but not limited to Brownfields Site Rehabilitation Agreements, Remedial Action Plans and Corrective Action Plans. • Serve on Brownfield Site rehabilitation Advisory Committees.

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Contact

Claudia Simmons
Phone Number: 850-595-4987
Fax Number: 850-595-4805

Escambia County

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