Date Posted: August 27, 2019  |  Closing Date: September 23, 2019


Synopsis: The Riverside Transit Agency (Agency) invites proposals from qualified consultant teams for the preparation of a conceptual plan for construction of the RTA’s Mobility Hub located on Vine Street, adjacent to the Riverside Downtown Metrolink station. The conceptual plan will be a comprehensive document that outlines the look and feel of the Mobility Hub, with renderings of the design, color schematics, layout and elevation of the project. This plan will serve as the driving force that the architects and engineers will use to bring the project to life in the next phase. Once the conceptual plan is completed, it will be presented to the RTA Board of Directors for their approval.

Successful vendor:


Procurement Type: Request For Proposal


Solicitation Number: RFP 19-066


Solicitation Title: Vine Street - Riverside Mobility Hub Conceptual Plan


Administrator: Natalie Zaragoza, Director of Contracts


Phone Number: (951) 565-5194


Fax Number: (951) 565-5195


PROCUREMENT REGISTRATION

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Procurement Selected

Instructions:

Parties interested in obtaining a copy of this Request for Proposals (RFP) 19-066, may do so by providing the information below via email to or by fax to (951) 565-5195; please include the following information:
• Firm name
• Address
• Contact person
• Telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address
• Request For Proposals (RFP) 19-066

Copies of this Request for Proposals may also be obtained by calling the Purchasing Department at (951) 565-5194.

A pre-proposal conference will be held on Friday, September 6, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at the Agency’s Riverside facility, 1825 Third Street.  All prospective Offerors are strongly encouraged to attend.
To receive all further information regarding this RFP 19-066, firms must have either registered and downloaded the document from the Agency’s website or have contacted the Agency and received a copy from a staff member. Firms who receive incomplete information regarding the procurement run the risk of submitting a proposal that is non-compliant and, as a result, being deemed non-responsive.