The City of Winter Park is offering new continuing service contracts for a landscape architect and a civil engineering firm for roadway design, per Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) published on Friday.

For landscape architecture services, the contractor would be asked to handle landscape design and permitting services, site landscaping, parking lots, road medians and streetscape projects.


The contract would be for 12 months, with renewal options for up to four more years (not to exceed 60 months). The city will evaluate each proposal based on a points system for key criteria, with more weight given to a company's technical experience, proposed staff and project approach.

Details on prominent public projects worth more than $22 million in estimated billings.

Responses for RFQ-14-2017 are due by 2 p.m. on May 23 at the city's Purchasing Division office in City Hall. Oral presentations and a final ranking are currently slated for June 14.

The other RFQ is for a continuing contract for professional roadway design services. The work would include engineering design of collector and rural roadways, design of minor bridges and culverts, ability to inspect and provide roadway assessment reports, street rehabilitation, reconstruction and resurfacing.

Key evaluation criteria will again be weighted in favor of a firm's experience, staff and project approach.

Responses for RFQ-15-2017 are due by 2 p.m. on May 24, at the Purchasing Division office. Presentations and a final ranking are slated for June 7.

Full documents for the two RFQs can be downloaded from the city's Active Solicitations webpage.

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