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Long Prairie Water District: RFQ - Water System Master Plan

The Long Prairie Water District (LPWD, the District) requests Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from firms (Proposers) interested in providing professional engineering services to the District to prepare a Water System Master Plan (the Master Plan). To be considered, an interested party must submit a SOQ in accordance with the requirements set forth in this Request for Qualifications (RFQ).

The Master Plan is intended to provide the District with a picture of its future water supply needs; identify improvements necessary to meet predicted needs for water supply, storage and distribution; and develop a capital improvement plan for efficient implementation of water system improvements. The Proposer will need to project future water demands, develop planning and analysis criteria, analyze the water system, and identify recommended capital improvements.

The Master Plan is being conducted in coordination with the District’s participation in Regional Water Supply Planning work, which includes evaluation of the technical and economic feasibility of water supply alternatives to serve the District and its Partners. The final Master Plan should identify and prioritize District infrastructure improvements needed to integrate the preferred regional water supply alternative as the District’s future source of supply.

Responses to this RFQ will be reviewed, scored, and ranked according to the criteria and process defined in this RFQ. The Proposer identified as the most qualified through the evaluation process will be selected for contract negotiations. There will be no pre-qualification meeting or formal opening for this solicitation

SOQs shall be submitted as a single PDF file to be delivered electronically by no later than 3:00 P.M. Pacific Time on May 7, 2021. Proposals shall be submitted via email to Mark Knudson, Project Advisor, at The subject line of the email must identify the Project: “LPWD – Water System Master Plan” along with the name of the Proposer. SOQs submitted via email are limited to a maximum size of 10 MB. Proposers wishing to submit an SOQ file larger than 10 MB shall contact the Project Advisor for additional instructions. Late SOQs and faxed or hard-copy responses will not be accepted. It shall be the Proposer’s responsibility to confirm receipt of their SOQ by the Project Advisor.

For additional information regarding this RFQ, contact Mark Knudson, Project Advisor, at Proposers are advised to notify the Project Advisor of their interest in the project to obtain addenda and other pertinent notifications. The District may reject any response not in compliance with prescribed solicitation procedures and requirements and other applicable law, and may reject any or all responses in whole or in part at no cost to the District when the cancellation or rejection is in the best interest of the District.

LPWD Mast Plan RFQ - final - 4-13-21 w-attachments.pdf