RFQ – Engineering Services for the Carova Beach Park Bulkhead Repair Project

The County of Currituck, North Carolina is soliciting responses to a Request for Qualifications for professional design and engineering services for the Carova Beach Park Bulkhead Repair. These services shall be performed in accordance with all local, State, and Federal laws, regulations, and executive orders.

Instructions on Proposal Submission

Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “RFQ – Carova Beach Park Bulkhead Repair” and delivered in-person or by mail to:

Rebecca Gay, Contract Purchasing Agent
153 Courthouse Road, Suite 210
Currituck, North Carolina 27929

by no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Submittals received after this deadline WILL NOT be considered.

The lower left corner of the face of the envelope shall indicate the firm’s name. Statements must be signed in ink by an authorized representative of the firm.

The submittal must provide:

  • 1 signed original copy
  • 2 additional hard copies

Written questions and requests for clarification shall be submitted via email to Rebecca Gay no later than 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 22, 2019.

To the extent Currituck County determines to respond to questions and requests for clarification, responses and any supplemental instructions will be in the form of a final written addendum, which if issued, will be emailed to all firms holding this Request for Qualifications no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 26, 2019. All addenda shall become part of the Request for Qualifications.

Proposal Overview

Carova Beach Park is located at 2100 Ocean Pearl Road, Corolla, North Carolina 27927.

The bulkhead and attached boardwalk sustained damage during Hurricane Dorian. Funding for this project is provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance Grant Program (FEMA – 4465 – DR – NC).

The project consists of replacement of +/- 150 linear feet of bulkhead system and attached boardwalk and handrail at Carova Beach Park in Corolla, North Carolina. The proposed bulkhead system is comprised of vinyl sheet piling, walers, and tie-rods and anchor system.

Right to Reject

The County reserves the right to negotiate with any and all individuals or firms that submit qualifications. The County further reserves the right to reject all offers or award a contract which, in its judgment, is in the best interest of Currituck County.

Minority Business Enterprises, Small Business Enterprises, Women Business Enterprises, and labor surplus area firms are encouraged to submit proposals.