Engineering Planning Services
Northern Guam Watershed – Irrigation Project
a) To initiate and complete planning of an irrigation project according to the
Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Architect and Engineering (A&E)
Services and the references included therein.
b) All work to be lead by an experienced engineer with appropriate support
from interdisciplinary staff specialists having knowledge and experience in
hydrology, geology, biology, agronomy, public policy, economics,
archeology, surveying, and other relevant expertise as necessary to
successfully complete project as described in the RFQ. U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA NRCS)
National Watershed Manual and the Economic and Environmental
Principles and Guidelines for Water and Related Land Resources
Implementation Studies. Agency planning requirements under the National
Environmental Policy Act and the National Historic Preservation Act will also
be followed. Links to relevant documents are given in the RFQ.
c) The contractor shall furnish all personnel, equipment, and material required
for completing the planning effort.
d) The Watershed Plan/Environment Evaluation will be presented in a report
according to the format outlined the Watershed Plan Format, Exhibit 2.
a) A conference between the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) and
the Contractor shall be scheduled no later than seven (7) calendar days
after contract award to review and evaluate the Schedule of Work proposed
by the Contractor. The meetings will take place at the USDA NRCS
Conference Room, Suite 301, FHB Building, 400 Route 8, Mongmong, GU
at mutually agreed to times (between 0900 and 1600).
b) The COR may schedule additional meetings (in addition to the monthly
meetings required by the RFQ with the Contractor after the contract award
to discuss any aspects of the watershed planning.
c) The Contractor will hold meetings with the project sponsors and others. At