ADVANCE METERING INFRASTRUCTURE AND WATER METERS. Spicer is requesting proposals for an advance metering infrastructure and water metering system. Spicer will consider an advance metering infrastructure using a cellular or LAN network backhaul. RFP includes removal and installation of approximately 600, 5/8” to 1” meters. For information regarding this RFP, or to obtain a copy of the proposal information and submittal documents, please contact City Administrator, Leslie Valiant, email@example.com or call (320) 796-5562. Proposals are due no later than 1 p.m. on March 31.
AIRPORT ENGINEERING AND PLANNING SERVICES. Blue Earth is soliciting statements of qualifications from airport consultants for projects at the Blue Earth Municipal Airport. The required services include, but are not limited to, A/E services for planning, preliminary and final design, bidding and construction phase services including incidental special services for projects funded under the FAA Airport Improvement Program. Please see the full Request for Statements of Qualifications on the Blue Earth website for more details. Statements should be submitted no later than 4 p.m. on April 10.
AIRPORT GIS. Roseau is hereby soliciting statements of qualifications (SOQ) and experience for Airport Geographic Information Systems (AGIS) projects at the Roseau Municipal Airport. Services include, but are not limited to aerial mapping, GIS data collection, and ground surveying meeting FAA aeronautical surveying requirements. For a copy of the Request for Qualifications, interested consultants should contact Todd Peterson, community development coordinator at (218) 463-1542 or firstname.lastname@example.org. SOQs are due no later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1 to the City of Roseau, 121 Center Street East, Suite 202, Roseau, MN 56751.
COMPENSATION AND CLASSIFICATION EVALUATION. Orono is accepting proposals from qualified firms to perform a compensation and classification study. The goal of this study is to update the city’s existing job classification system, analyze the city’s master salary plan to ensure continuing consistency with the market, and make a recommendation, if necessary, for implementation of any recommended changes. The study should also establish a method for determining classification of newly established positions, and an analysis of pay equity compliance. A complete copy of the proposal is available at www.ci.orono.mn.us. For more information contact Jessica Loftus, City Administrator, at (952) 249-4600 or email@example.com. Proposals are due no later than 3 p.m. on April 8.
ENGINEERING. The Aitkin City Council invites interested engineering firms to submit written proposals to provide city engineer services to the city. As the city engineer, the firm will be expected to play a proactive role in helping the City Council and city staff make appropriate decisions regarding city infrastructure. As city engineer, the selected firm will be expected to provide a wide range of engineering services. The City Council will select the city engineer and the engineer is expected to work closely with the city staff. Request for Proposal information is available on our city website: www.ci.aitkin.mn.us. Firms or individuals interested in submitting proposals for city engineer shall submit eight complete copies of the proposal along with a proposed contractual agreement, in a sealed envelope bearing the caption, “City Engineer Proposal” by 4 p.m. on March 27. The envelope should be delivered to: Tammy Lou Pfaff, City Clerk; City of Aitkin; 109 1st Avenue NW; Aitkin, MN 56342.
ENGINEERING. Kasson is requesting proposals from engineering firms for city engineering services. The ideal firm will be a full-service professional services firm. The city council will select the city engineer and the city engineer is expected to work closely with the City staff. RFP information is available on our city website, www.cityofkasson.com. Proposals must be received by the finance director (City of Kasson, 401 5th St SE, Kasson, MN 55944) on or before 12 p.m. on April 1. No proposals submitted after that date and time will be accepted. Proposers must submit 10 copies and one CD of the proposal, which becomes the property of the city upon its submission.
LEGAL SERVICES. Waterville is accepting proposals for legal services. The RFP may be obtained at Waterville City Hall, 200 Third Street South, Waterville, MN 56096,or by calling (507) 362-8300. Proposal deadline is 1 p.m. on March 31.
LEGAL SERVICES. Dayton is requesting qualifications and proposals for legal services from firms experienced in municipal law. Firms may choose to be considered for the services of city attorney-general municipal law and/or prosecution. Please contact the city for complete details. Proposal submissions are due on March 27 at 10 a.m. Six paper copies and one electronic file in PDF format of the proposal shall be submitted to:
Proposal for City Legal Services
Interim City Administrator
12260 South Diamond Lake Road
Dayton, MN 55327
Direct Phone (763) 712-3221
REDEVELOPMENT. Lewiston is seeking proposals from qualified firms or persons interested in purchasing and redeveloping the real & personal property formerly known as the Glovers Spare Time Bowling Alley. Please contact Chris Dahl for a copy of the RFP—firstname.lastname@example.org, (701) 371-9543. Submissions are due by 4:30 p.m. on June 4.
REDEVELOPMENT. Zumbrota is accepting proposals to redevelop a vacant parcel in its historic downtown. The Zumbrota EDA seeks proposals from qualified firms to redevelop the property for market rate apartments or condominiums. Special consideration will be given to projects that address needed senior housing in the community. All proposals and questions can be directed to Community Development Director Dan King email@example.com 175 West Avenue, Zumbrota, MN 55992; (507) 732-7318. The RFP can be downloaded at www.ci.zumbrota.mn.us 4/23
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