The Fulton Industrial Community Improvement District (CID) aka “The Boulevard CID” is soliciting proposals from qualified contractors in the general fields of urban planning, design, landscaping, transportation and related fields to research, analyze, gather input and develop a master plan for the CID area.
The CID is located wholly within unincorporated Fulton County and is generally bounded by Charlie Brown Airport to the north, Campbellton Road to the south, the Chattahoochee River to the west and industrial lands to the east of Fulton Industrial Boulevard, up to, but not including the residential district to the east.
Proposals will be received until 5 p.m. on February 1, 2013, at 30 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard, Suite 950, Atlanta, GA 30308, c/o Gil Prado. Any proposal received after this date and time will not be accepted. Questions regarding proposals should be directed in writing to Gil Prado, Executive Director, at the office address listed above or by e-mail at email@example.com no later than January 18, 2013. Proposals are legal and binding upon the bidder when submitted and must be valid for 90 days after the close of the bid. Pending approval by the Boulevard CID Board of Directors, ARC, GDOT and the U.S. Department of Transportation, it is anticipated that the effective date of this agreement would be no sooner than February 15, 2013.
Selection criteria are stated in the Request for Proposal Package. The award of the contract will be to the contractor whose responses comply with the requirements set forth in this request for proposal, and whose proposal is most advantageous to the CID, with price considered, and taking into consideration all aspects of the responses. Rates will not be the sole determining factor. The Boulevard CID Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any or all proposals to waive technicalities and to make an award in whole or in part and as deemed in its best interest and will not reimburse any offer or for its Request for Proposal preparation costs. The written proposal documents supersede any verbal or written prior communications between the parties. All companies submitting a proposal will be notified of award.