|ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR CAMPUS MOBILITY FRAMEWORK Project Number: 205134
|Type of Post
|Request for Qualifications
|University of Washington
|Link to original solicitation
|Estimated Contract Value
|Bid Close: Date and Time
|Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…
|Closing Date for Inquiries May 13, 2015
|Additional documentation links and their importance.
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|The University is committed to providing the maximum practicable opportunity for participation in contracting by sbe and dbe, including maximizing opportunity for state-certified minority-owned business enterprises (MBE) and women-owned business enterprises (WBE), collectively referred to as MWBE. Participation may be either on a direct basis or as a sub-consultant.
|Scope of work
|The University of Washington is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from Traffic Engineering firms experienced in campus mobility, transportation and physical planning to develop a Campus Mobility Framework (CMF) for the Seattle campus and Transportation Management Plan (TMP) for the next Campus Master Plan. The CMF is a series of strategies and action-oriented tools for the seamless integration of campus mobility related systems into the fabric of the outdoor environment that enhances the campus experience visually and functionally. This framework will support and provide the necessary background information and high level recommendations that can then be used to update the Transportation Management Plan from the 2003 Campus Master Plan and inform the remainder of the campus master plan. A preliminary draft of the CMP, including the updated TMP, is to be drafted by December 2015.
The CMF initiative is intended to articulate a clear, strong, and feasible vision for maintaining, enhancing, extending, and operating the network of transportation resources including pedestrian, bicycle, vehicular, and transit. It will do so by reviewing existing plans, policies, practices and tools, as well as developing actions, strategies, additional policies, practices and tools to support future campus projects and planning efforts. It will anticipate the impacts of and opportunities embedded in changes to the multimodal transportation network that surrounds the university and connects the campus to the broader community. It will reflect on the evolution of the campus transportation network and program, collect data on current uses, identify successful strategies from the UW and comparable institutions, and project a feasible and sustainable future that demonstrates the values of the institution, its leadership, and constituencies.
|Point of contact – Please include their name, job title, phone, fax, and email address.
|Kristine Kenney, University Landscape Architect
(p) (206) 685-6430