LILBURN COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Request for Proposals Livable Centers Initiative Major Plan Update RFP# 2021-02 The Lilburn Community Improvement District (LCID) is seeking proposals from firms experienced in local, regional, and statewide planning. The Scope of Services for the Livable Centers Initiative Major Plan Update is included in the bid package and provides information regarding the level of effort required, as well as specific tasks to be accomplished. The location of the project is generally defined as US Highway 29 (Lawrenceville Highway) from Ronald Reagan Parkway to Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Jimmy Carter Boulevard/Mountain Industrial Blvd from US Highway 29 to Britt Road. This Plan Update is for the US 29 Boulevard of Opportunity Plan funded by the CID in 2009 which was grandfathered into the LCI Program. The project limits for the Update extend beyond the 2009 Study.The available funds for completion of the work will be $150,000. The LCID was awarded $120,000 from the Atlanta Regional Commission for this plan update. CID matching funds are available for a total project amount not-to-exceed $150,000. Interested firms are to submit a technical proposal that addresses the requirements listed in the bid package. Only short-listed firms will be required to provide a detailed breakdown of the proposed budget and task breakdown following the general format provided in in the bid package. Firms must respond to this Request for Proposals (RFP) by submitting their technical proposals electronically as instructed below. Proposals s h a l l b e in PDF format. Proposal evaluation will focus initially on the written (technical) proposals including key personnel, firm experience, ability to meet the schedule, past performance, in-house expertise, and familiarity with LCI standards as outlined in the following submission requirements section of this RFP. Should it be determined that interviews are required, only the "short list" of firms will be invited to the interview. LCID will confirm an interview time with those firms selected for an interview. LCID reserves the right to award this contract or contracts based on initial proposals received without formal interviews. Selection will be based upon competency, qualifications and experience of each firm rather than pricing in compliance with the Brooks Act (Public Law 92-582); which was enacted October 18, 1972 for federal procurements for architectural and engineering services. LCID anticipates that a contract will be awarded on or around December 1st, 2021 with all work to be completed by December 31st, 2022. The successful consultant should be prepared to begin work immediately upon receipt of a Notice to Proceed.LCID shall electronically receive proposals from interested consulting firms by no later than 3:00 PM on November 8th, 2021. Proposals shall not exceed 30 pages (8.5 x 11), inclusive of resumes and firm experience. Font size should be a minimum of 11 point in all cases. Please send technical proposals to Tad Leithead, Executive Director; and a copy Larry Kaiser; All questions regarding this RFP must be sent via email to Larry Kaiser; and must be received electronically by no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 19th, 2021. The LCID will response to all questions (email only - no phone calls) and issue addenda (s) and/or “Response to Questions” by no later than October 22nd, 2021. All addenda or Response to Questions will be posted on the LCID web site by no later than 5:00 PM; October 25th, 2021. A Pre-proposal will not be held. 902-50780 10/10, 2021


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