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Public Bids

Notice of proposals being solicited by the MCMUA through a fair and open process in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4, et. seq. are provided below. The MCMUA also uses the Morris County Online Bid System. where it posts request for proposals (RFPs), request for quotations (RFQs), addendums, etc. online. Vendors must register to obtain MCMUA solicitations online.


Current Requests for Proposals

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR
CONSULTING ENGINEER SERVICES TO EVALUATE THE CONDITION OF
EXISTING WATER STORAGE TANKS AND PREPARE BID SPECIFICATIONS
FOR REHABILITATION AND RE-COATING

Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (MCMUA) will accept proposal from Consulting Engineers to evaluate the condition of two existing MCMUA water storage tanks and prepare bid documents for their rehabilitation and re-coating in accordance with current AWWA Standards and NJDEP Regulations. Both tanks are three million gallon ground storage tanks located at the MCMUA F.J. Markewicz Pumping Station, 95 Pleasant Hill Rd., Randolph, NJ. Proposals will be accepted from Consulting engineers at the date and time prescribed in the notice and publicly opened and announced pursuant to the "fair and open" process, N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.7. The Request for Proposal (RFP) outlines the goals, scope of service and other requirements of the MCMUA. Proposals shall address all requirements of the RFP, and provide a concise and comprehensive description of the firm's proposed scope of service. The MCMUA reserves the right to reject any or all proposals at its discretion.

Proposals will be evaluated by the MCMUA on the basis of the following considerations:

  1. Experience and reputation in the field
  2. Knowledge of the MCMUA and the facilities to be addressed in the project.
  3. Ability to accommodate the performance schedule.
  4. Designated professional and support staff.
  5. References.
  6. Fee proposal.
  7. Any other factor determined to be in the best interest of the MCMUA.
     

Selection of a Consultant shall be in accordance with the terms set forth in the Request for Proposal and based solely on the evaluation of the proposal submitted.

The MCMUA will accept proposals on July 23, 2014 at its main office, located at 214A Center Grove Road, Randolph, NJ 07869 until the close of its business day at 4:30 P.M. local time. The Request for Proposal will be available from the MCMUA on June 23, 2014, and may be obtained by contacting the MCMUA Engineer at 973-285-8386. Submit three (3) copies of the Proposal and Fee Proposal in a sealed envelope bearing the consultant's name and address with the project title, include one copy of the firm's current Business Registration Certificate. Upon submission, all proposals will become the property of the MCMUA. Proposers obtaining the RFP from a source other than the MCMUA are advised to register their contact information with the MCMUA, The MCMUA assumes no responsibility for providing notices to proposers unknown to them or for misdirected, lost or late submittals received after the deadline, regardless of reason.

Morris County Municipal
Utilities Authority
 
Glenn Schweizer,
Executive Director

DATED: June 23, 2014