FLORIDA REDEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Request for Proposals (RFP) For
Creation of Training Materials for a Professional Certification Courses on
Infrastructure – Above Ground Streetscapes and
Infrastructure – Underground Utilities
The Florida Redevelopment Association (FRA) is seeking Proposal from individuals, firms, or consortiums interested in developing a training modules for the FRA professional certification program. The contract for services shall be for a period ending December 30, 2018. The RFP guideline package can also be obtained at www.redevelopment.net, or by email from Carol Westmoreland at email@example.com. Responses to the RFP are due on or before 3:00 pm on January 22, 2018, and must be mailed or delivered to:
Carol Westmoreland, Executive Director
Florida Redevelopment Association
301 S. Bronough Street, Suite 300
Tallahassee, FL 32302-1757
The FRA reserves the right to accept or reject any and all responses, to waive irregularities, and to re-advertise as may be determined to be in the best interest of the FRA. The FRA accepts no responsibility for any response not reaching the prescribed delivery point within the time period stipulated.
The Florida Redevelopment Association (the FRA) is seeking the services of individuals or firms (the Responder) interested in providing professional services for the creation of training modules for the association’s professional certification program. It is anticipated that one Responder will be selected for a contract period to end on December 30, 2018. During this period, the FRA shall reserve the right to seek proposals and/or responses from other firms or individuals for other training modules as deemed to be in the best interest of the FRA. This RFP seeks assistance in developing training modules on (1) Infrastructure – Above Ground / Streetscape and (2) Infrastructure – Underground Utilities. The FRA has developed initial outlines for the modules which are included as Attachment C. However, the FRA desires input from the selected Responder on the scope of the training and the outline provided in Attachment C should only be considered a starting place.
The FRA selection committee may short-list as many as three individuals or firms, and may conduct personal phone interviews prior to final selection from among the Responders