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ENGINEERING AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE DOWNTOWN CROSSING ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, PHASE II

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
SOLICITATION FOR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE DOWNTOWN CROSSING ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT,
PHASE II

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is soliciting Engineering and Design Services for the Downtown Crossing Accessibility Improvements Project, Phase II. The Scope of Services includes, but is not limited to: Multi-disciplinary Engineering (Vertical Transportation, Structural, Electrical; Mechanical, Civil and Geotechnical Engineering); Architecture; Code Analysis; Constructability Review; Permitting; Scheduling and Cost Estimating; Risk Analysis; Public Outreach and Coordination; Testing and Commissioning; Design Phase, Bid Phase, Construction Phase Services; and Project Close Out. The conceptual level construction cost estimate for this work is $35,000,000. The duration of this contract will be four (4) years.

This project is expected to utilize Federal and non-federal funding. The DBE participation goal for this project is ten (10%) percent of the total amount authorized. In addition, the Authority strongly encourages the use of Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises as prime consultants, sub-consultants and suppliers in all of its contracting opportunities.

The complete Request for Qualifications can be found on the MBTA website. Please use the following link:
http://bc.mbta.com/business_center/bidding_solicitations/current_solicitations/

This is not a Request for Proposal. The MBTA reserves the right to cancel this procurement or to reject any or all Statements of Qualifications.

Stephanie Pollack
Mass DOT Secretary & CEO

Luis Manuel Ramirez
General Manager & CEO