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MassDOT Issues RFRs for Surveying Services

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June 15, 2011

 

MassDOT invites qualified consultants to submit Responses to provide Engineering Field Surveys and/or Total Station AutoCAD Base Plan services. MassDOT will be using a Qualifications Based Selection (QBS) process for services outlined in the two Requests for Responses (RFRs), which can be viewed and downloaded on The Commonwealth Procurement Access and Solicitation System (Comm-Pass)   http://www.comm-pass.com/

 

MALSCE has been involved with the development of this new QBS process.  These are the first MassDOT RFRs to use

QBS for Engineering Field Surveys and/or Total Station AutoCAD Base Plan services.

 

Enter the Document No. shown below to reach the correct document:
 
S1 Engineering Field Survey (Document No. 201106S1EFS)
 
MassDOT intends to award approximately 19 contracts, with initial contract lengths of up to two (2) years, throughout the state for Engineering Field Survey services. The estimated value of each contract could be between $450,000 and up to $3,500,000 depending on the needs of the Districts, which District(s) the consultant is contracted to work in, and the number of qualified crews the consultant provides under this contract.
 
S2  Total Station AutoCAD Base Plan services (Document No. 201106S2TSABPS)

 
MassDOT intends to award approximately 11 contracts, with initial contract lengths up to two (2) years, throughout the state for Total Station AutoCAD Base Plan services. The estimated value of each contract could be between $600,000 and up to $1,850,000 depending on the needs of the Districts, which District(s) the consultant is contracted to work in, and the number of qualified crews the consultant provides under this contract.

 

 

 

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