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The Houma-Thibodaux Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is responsible for comprehensive transportation planning in the Houma-Thibodaux region (Official Map | Interactive Map). Members of the MPO include local government officials as well as representatives from the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Transit Association.

The Transportation Planning Process

The Transportation Planning Process for state and local governments, specified in the United States Code 134, Title 23, requires that an MPO be designated in urbanized areas with a population exceeding 50,000 persons. The MPO is designated by an agreement between the Governor and local governments within the MPO study area. The MPO is responsible for having a continuous, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation planning process that results in plans, programs, and projects that consider all transportation modes and support metropolitan community and economic development and social goals.

Public Notice: 7/6/17 – 8/3/17

Notice is hereby given that the South Central Planning and Development Commission is requesting qualification statements for the following project.

Civic Center Blvd @ Valhi Blvd Study
State Project No. H.012859
F.A.P. No. H012859

An outline of the desired scope of work is included in this document: Civic Center Roundabout Stage 0 Scope.

Contract services are expected to commence after the contract is awarded at the October 26, 2017 Houma-Thibodaux Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Transportation Policy Committee meeting and will be completed by November 30th. This is a non-negotiated lump sum contract in the amount of $10,410. All interested firms are invited to submit their qualifications for undertaking the above study. This project and SCPDC Notice to Proceed are predicated upon federal funding authorization.

Interested firms shall furnish sufficient technical and supervisory personnel to insure expeditious completion of the work. Firms with demonstrated experience, competence, and qualifications pertinent to the above project are being sought. Socially and economically disadvantaged firms are encouraged to submit qualifications for undertaking the above mentioned work.

Qualification statements are to be submitted on Standard Form DOTD 24-102, “Professional Engineer and Related Services Questionnaire for Specific Project.” Submit your qualifications on Standard Form DOTD 24-102 on a CD or flash drive as a single PDF file (one copy) along with four hard (paper) copies of the completed 24-102 forms. Experience, both firm and individual; past performance on Commission projects; current work load; location where work will be performed and firm size will be the significant evaluation factors which will be used in selecting a firm for the above study. Failure to submit all of the information required on Standard Form DOTD 24-102, for the prime and each sub-consultant, will constitute a non-response.

Letters of interest and qualification statements are to be identified by Project Title and Project Number and are to be submitted prior to the 12:00 noon deadline on Thursday, August 3, 2017 by mail addressed as follows:

Ms. Julie Boudreaux
South Central Planning and Development Commission
P.O. Box 1870
Gray, LA 70359

Or hand-delivered to

South Central Planning & Development Commission
C/O Julie Boudreaux
5058 West Main Street
Houma, LA 70395

All inquiries should be sent in writing to: julie@scpdc.org.