Request for Proposals: Potential Contamination Source Inventory Update

The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission, on behalf of the East Lansing and Meridian Water and Sewer Authority, is requesting proposals for an update to the Potential Contaminant Source Inventory site location list for the City of East Lansing and Meridian Township and the accompanying online Wellhead Protection Viewer (WPV).

The WPV is an online mapping application that provides information including potential contaminant sources, brownfield sites, time of travel areas, and water wells in the tri-county area. The information on the WPV will allow regional municipalities, groundwater experts, and planners to view the potential contaminant source locations during land and/or water development planning that may have a direct impact on the region’s groundwater supply.

See the full RFP and detailed submission requirements here.

Interested candidates should submit complete proposals to info@mitcrpc.org, by 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, April 3, 2020. Please contact Lauren Schnoebelen at lschnoebelen@mitcrpc.org for questions pertaining to this RFP no later than Friday, March 20, 2020.

This RFP is not an offer to contract. Issuance of this RFP and the receipt of responses by TCRPC do not commit TCRPC to award a contract to any vendor.

Updated March 25, 2020: All responses to submitted questions are available to view here.

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