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Request for Proposals
Ontario International Airport Master Plan

Los Angeles World Airports
Long-Range Planning Division
Administration East Building, Room 208
One World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Attention: Paula McHargue, Manager
Forecasting and Analysis
Fax: 310-646-0657
Pre-Proposal Conference: May 15 , 2001
Proposals Due By: June 19, 2001

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                       Page

I. PROPOSAL................................................2
II. BACKGROUND.............................................2
III. PROJECT OBJECTIVE ....................................2
IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OF CONSULTANT ..................3
V. SCOPE OF SERVICES ......................................4
VI. CONTENTS OF PROPOSAL..................................10
VII. QUESTIONS CONCERNING PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS...........13
VIII. SUBMITTAL OF PROPOSALS..............................13
IX. EVALUATION AND SELECTION PROCESS .....................14
X. RIGHT OF REJECTION.....................................15
XI. EXPENSE, OWNERSHIP AND DISPOSITION....................15
XII. INDEMNIFICATION......................................15
XIII. ATTORNEY FEES.......................................15

Attachment 1 Administrative Requirements
Exhibits 1-11

1. Affidavit of Non-Collusion
2. Affirmative Action Plan
3. Assignment of Anti-Trust Claims
4. Business Tax Registration Certificate
5. Child Care Program
6. Child Support Obligations
7. Insurance Requirements
8. List of Other City of Los Angeles Contracts
9. Living Wage Ordinance
10. Minority, Women and Other Business Enterprise Program
11. Vendor Discounts
Attachment 2 Ontario Airport Use and Lease Agreement

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MASTER PLAN

I. PROPOSAL

The Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is seeking consultant services to
prepare a
comprehensive Master Plan and Environmental Impact Analysis for the Ontario
International Airport (ONT) located in the city of Ontario, San Bernardino
County,
California. The purpose of this master plan is to provide a guide for the
development of
Ontario International Airport over the next 20 to 25 years.

II. BACKGROUND

Ontario International Airport (ONT) is a medium-hub, full-service airport
with commercial
jet service to major U.S. cities, international service to Mexico and
through service to
many other U.S. and international destinations. ONT is located in San
Bernardino
County, California approximately 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in
the center of
Southern California. ONT is an integral part of a regional system of
airports that serves
passengers and cargo in the five county Los Angeles area. The airport’s
service area
includes a large and growing population living in San Bernardino and
Riverside
Counties, portions of north Orange County and east Los Angeles County.
Although within the City of Ontario, the airport is owned and operated by
Los Angeles
World Airports (LAWA). LAWA is a self supporting (proprietary) department of
the City of
Los Angeles which also owns and operates Los Angeles International Airport
(LAX), Van
Nuys Municipal Airport (VNY) and Palmdale Regional Airport (PMD).
In 2000, ONT served nearly 6.8 million annual passengers, 511,000 tons of
cargo, and
155,500 aircraft operations. The airport is served by ten domestic scheduled
commercial carriers including Southwest, United, Delta, Alaska, America
West,
American, Northwest, and Continental. Commuter service is provided by United
Express. Aeromexico provides international service to Mexico. Six cargo
carriers serve
ONT. United Parcel Service operates a central sorting facility at the
airport and is
responsible for about 75% of the freight. The airport encompasses just under
1,500
acres.

A new passenger terminal complex was completed and opened in 1998. The $270
million project included two new 265,000 square foot passenger terminals, a
new
ground transportation center, new short term parking, a new roadway access
system,
airfield improvements, and landscaping. The new terminals are eight times
larger than
the former terminal and can accommodate up to 10 million passengers a year.
Space
has been reserved in the new terminal complex for a third terminal which may
be
constructed by agreement with the airlines when passenger traffic at ONT
reaches 10
million for two consecutive years.

III. PROJECT OBJECTIVE

The objective of this project is to develop a comprehensive master plan for
Ontario
International Airport which will:

• Define a role for the airport in a regional context and identify the
regional
demand the airport can serve
• Provide a long term strategy for the development and expansion of the
airport
• Provide a context for short term decisions regarding the use of property
and
facilities
• Provide a plan to mitigate adverse impacts of airport operations on the
community and environment.
• Provide a financial plan for the airport to enable implementation of the
master
plan.

IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OF CONSULTANT

All prospective proposers shall have sufficient qualified personnel,
subconsultants, and
resources to accomplish all the services described herein within the
prescribed time. A
12-18 month time frame is estimated for completion of this project. The
Proposer shall
be capable of furnishing all necessary professional, technical, and expert
services as
required to complete all the elements of an Airport Master Plan and
Environmental
Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) as described in the
scope of
work below. LAWA is seeking a single prime consultant for this project which
can bring
together a team of firms capable of completing all aspects of the master
plan effort. This
project will require a high degree of management and technical expertise and
experience directly related to airport planning and design. To ensure that
the consultants
are capable of providing an acceptable level of service to LAWA on this
project, the
following minimum requirements must be met. The proposer must demonstrate
both the
firm’s experience and expertise and that of the personnel proposed to work
on the
project.

• The primary consulting firm must have extensive experience in the
direction,
coordination and preparation of airport master plans for airports of similar
size to
ONT.
• Consultants must have a knowledge of federal requirements concerning the
preparation of an Airport Master Plan, and must be familiar with all local,
state
and federal planning requirements and environmental regulations.
• The consultant team must demonstrate experience in preparing both
Environmental Impact Reports under CEQA regulations and Environmental
Impact Statements for airports under NEPA regulations. The consultants must
have a good working knowledge of the Presidents Council on Environmental
Quality regulations implementing NEPA (40 CFR Parts 1500-1508) and the FAA
Airport Environmental Handbook (Order 5050.4a). The need for federal
environmental action on this project has not yet been determined. Should it
be
determined that an EIS or other federal environmental action is required for
this
project, the consultant will be required to execute a disclosure statement
for
submittal to the FAA pursuant to Section 1506.5 (c) of the Council on
Environmental Quality Regulations regarding conflict of interest.
• The consultant team must demonstrate experience with and knowledge of the
unique regional issues related to aviation in Southern California.
• The consultant team must have technical, professional, and project
management
expertise to prepare an airport master plan which addresses all of the plan
elements in the scope as outlined below. Expertise should be demonstrated in
the following areas:

 Project management
 Forecasting and demand analysis
 Airport facility planning and design
 Airport passenger and cargo terminal and airfield operations
 Airport regulations and law
 Airspace and airfield modeling
 Environmental impact analysis and development of both EIR and EIS
documents including noise and air quality modeling of airport operations
in compliance with local, state and federal guidelines.
 Traffic engineering and transportation planning including transportation
system modeling
 Community relations
 Civil engineering
 Airport finance
 Economic analysis
 Project phasing and implementation
 Interagency coordination

V. SCOPE OF SERVICES

The scope outlined below should not be construed as a detailed description
of the tasks
to be performed but rather a broad and general outline of the elements of
the master
plan effort. A detailed scope of work will be agreed upon as part of the
contract
negotiations.

A. General Description

The project is to develop a master plan for Ontario International Airport
which will
provide a unified comprehensive approach for future airport development. The
work of
preparing this plan will entail a thorough analysis of current and
anticipated conditions,
the development of alternative plans and the analysis of environmental
impacts.
The primary elements of the project will entail:
• Development of airport planning goals and objectives.
• An inventory, functional description and analysis of existing facilities,
land, resources,
capacity and conditions.
• An analysis of demand within a regional context and development of
forecasts of
passenger, cargo and operations demand for ONT.
• Determination of facility and operational requirements to serve forecasted
demand.
• Development and analysis of alternative conceptual plans and selection of
a
proposed plan.
• Ground access modeling and analysis and development of a transportation
improvement program.
• An Environmental Impact Analysis for the proposed plan and selected
alternatives
and the development of environmental mitigation plans.
• Economic Impact Analysis for the proposed plan and alternatives
• A program for phased implementation of the plan and a financial plan for
funding
improvements.
• A community involvement program.

It is anticipated that the plan will cover a 20-25 year planning horizon
with detailed
forecasts, analysis and development phasing for two intervening years.

B. Tasks

a) Schedule, Budget, Scope of Services: Develop a final scope of work to
complete the project along with a timeline and budget by task.

b) Project Management and Coordination: Set up communication standards.
Identify requirements and opportunities for coordination within LAWA and
with
other government agencies, stakeholders and the public. Establish protocols
for
coordination among consultants.

c) Establish Planning Goals And Objectives: Work with LAWA, airport, state,
local and federal agencies and public stakeholders to develop goals and
objectives for the master plan.

d) Evaluate Existing Conditions: Evaluate existing conditions by collecting
available documentation, conducting an inventory of facilities and operating
conditions, and developing maps and layout plans as CAD drawings. A
thorough assessment of facilities and operating conditions must include the
following elements:

 Airspace and ATC conditions
 Air traffic activity
 Airport service area socioeconomic data
 Land use
 Environmental baseline conditions including noise and air quality
 Financial conditions
 Airport administration and management structure
 Passenger terminals
 Roadways/access and circulation
 Automobile parking areas
 Air cargo facilities
 General aviation (FBO)
 Terminal support/ground handling
 Rental car support
 Airline support and maintenance facilities
 Unimproved property and vacant or underutilized land
 Government facilities
 Airfield facilities and capacity
 Aircraft gates, gate capacity and aircraft aprons
 Airport administration, operations, safety and maintenance facilities

e) Forecast Aviation Activity: Forecast aviation activity for ONT taking
into
account the regional context in which it operates. Alternate forecasts will
be
expected which reflect different assumptions for the regional context,
economic
indicators and aviation industry trends. A thorough market area and
marketing
opportunities analysis will be expected for both passenger and cargo
activity. The
forecasts will be developed both for an annual average and for a planning
design
day (Example: average day peak month). The forecast methodology and
assumptions must be clearly defined and agreed on. Forecasts will include
the
following:

 Air carrier passengers (domestic and international)
 Commuter passengers
 Enplaned and deplaned domestic and international air freight and air mail
tonnage carried by air cargo aircraft and passenger aircraft as belly cargo.
 Operations (scheduled passenger air carrier, charter passenger, scheduled
commuter, unscheduled air taxi, all-cargo, general aviation, military)
 Based general aviation aircraft
 Fleet mix in sufficient detail for airfield and airspace modeling, noise
modeling
and air quality modeling
f) Establish Airport Facility Requirements: Identify airport facilities that
will be
required to accommodate future aviation activity. Facility requirements will
be
identified in terms of the following general requirements:
 Land requirements
 Airfield and airspace requirements
 Passenger terminal space in terms of both overall building square footage
and in terms of space required for general functional elements (gate area,
concessions, circulation space, ticketing).
 Number of passenger aircraft gates and size of aircraft parking apron.
 Public and employee parking
 Terminal roadways and curbside
 Regional and local ground access/transit facilities
 Rental car facilities
 Air cargo terminal and aircraft apron requirements
 Airport and airline support facility requirements
 Fuel storage
 Airport administration, operations, safety and maintenance facility
requirements
 Aircraft rescue and fire fighting facility requirements
 Airport traffic control tower requirements
 General aviation facility requirements
 Aircraft maintenance facility requirements
 Utilities

g) Master Plan Concept Development: Develop three to five alternative
facility
development plans to accommodate the facility requirements and forecasts of
activity identified. Concepts will include proposed airside and airfield
development options, passenger and cargo terminal development and
utilization
options, ground access improvements, non-aviation uses, and operational
improvements. This task will include the development of drawings showing the
locations of all proposed facilities and general land use options.

h) Transportation Analysis and Modeling: Ground access to ONT will be
studied
for both passengers and freight in a comprehensive approach that will
include a
thorough analysis of the existing transportation system serving the airport,
forecasts of future traffic volumes and the analysis of transportation
impacts of
the proposed alternatives. A computer simulation model will be used for the
analysis that is compatible with and integrated into local and regional
transportation planning models. The San Bernardino Associated Governments is
currently using TRANPLAN for their Comprehensive Transportation Plan in the
area. The analysis will cover the highway and transit system linking the
airport to
regional centers and the surface street system surrounding the airport,
including
detailed intersection analysis where necessary. A Transportation Improvement
and Mitigation Program will be developed that will describe feasible
improvements to the transportation infrastructure and a demand management
plan capable of reducing the ground access demand.

i) Environmental Impact Analysis: An environmental impact analysis will be
performed for each selected alternative plan. The consultant shall document
environmental conditions and impacts, perform all environmental analysis and
recommend mitigations. The environmental analysis will use accepted
methodologies and contain sufficient detail to satisfy the requirements of
an
Environmental Impact Report and Environmental Impact Statement (if
required).
The results of the environmental analysis will be incorporated into the
project EIR
and EIS (if required). The environmental impact analysis will include the
following
elements:

 Aircraft noise and compatible land use
 Social and induced socioeconomic impacts
 Water quality, water supply, and stormwater control
 Air quality
 Historic, architectural, archaeological, and cultural resources
 Biotic communities and endangered and threatened species
 Wetlands
 Floodplain management
 Energy supply and natural resources
 Energy conservation and co-generation opportunities
 Construction impacts
 Hazardous materials
 Environmental justice
 Cumulative impacts

j) Airspace and Airfield Modeling: An analysis of the existing and future
airspace
and airfield operational conditions will be done through the use of an
industry
accepted computer simulation model(s) capable of measuring differences
between the alternative plans in terms of operational efficiency, capacity
and
delay. The evaluation of airspace capacity will be essential to
understanding the
role that ONT can play in satisfying regional demand.

k) Evaluate Alternative Plans and Select Preferred Alternative: An
alternative
will be selected that best meets the planning goals and objectives
established
early in the master planning process. Each alternative will be evaluated
against
criteria based on these goals and objectives. The Aviation Demand Forecasts,
Environmental Analysis, Transportation Analysis, and Airfield and Airspace

Modeling will provide the basis for evaluating the alternatives. The
evaluation
criteria may include:

 Capability to accommodate passenger and cargo demand
 Environmental impact as identified during environmental analysis
 Transportation impacts and feasible mitigation
 Airfield safety and efficiency measures (airfield and airspace delay,
operational safety, capacity limitations)
 Overall development costs and funding availability
 Regional air service goals
 Institutional feasibility
 Local community impacts (economic development opportunities)

l) Development of Proposed ONT Master Plan: Develop a proposed Master
Plan based on the preferred alternative. Included in the Master Plan will
be:

 Airport layout drawings required for the ALP
 Land use plan
 Airport Facility Development/Capital Improvement Program
 Transportation Improvement and Mitigation Program
 Development Phasing Plan
 Environmental Mitigation Program
 Preliminary cost estimate for proposed improvement program
 Financial Implementation Plan

m) Prepare Environmental Impact Documentation: Prepare environmental
documentation meeting the requirements of the California Environmental
Quality
Act (CEQA) for the proposed plan and each alternative. The need for an EIS
or
other federal environmental action in compliance with NEPA will be dependent
on the project proposed. Should the project require an EIS or other federal
environmental action, the environmental documentation will be prepared in
conjunction with the FAA and meet both state and federal requirements. The
document should be designed to serve as the master environmental
documentation for the future airport development projects planned within the
life
cycle of the ONT Master Plan. The environmental documentation must be
adequately detailed to provide environmental clearance for implementation of
an
initial phase of the Master Plan. In addition to the EIR/EIS, the consultant
will
prepare a mitigation monitoring plan as required under CEQA. The preparation
of the EIR will involve the following tasks:

 Scoping process
 Public consultation
 Notice of Preparation
 Technical studies not performed in environmental impact assessment task.
 Definition of criteria for significance of impacts
 Administrative Draft EIR
 Draft EIR
 Response to comments
 Final EIR

C. Master Planning Issues
The following particular issues and concerns will be considered as part of
the master
planning process:

a) Regional Issues: The ONT master plan must create a plan for ONT that
clearly
defines the airport’s role in the region over the next 20-25 years. The
Southern
California Association of Governments has developed a Regional
Transportation
Plan that assigns passenger and cargo volumes to the airports in the region
and
assumes a major redistribution of air traffic demand from LAX to ONT and a
new
El Toro Airport. The master plan must provide guidance as to the most
reasonable role for ONT and the feasibility of attracting passengers and
cargo
from outside the current market area.

b) Air Cargo: Air cargo is very important to the success of ONT. Currently,
ONT
serves as a major sorting center for UPS. It is important that the master
plan
examine the regional role that ONT should play in satisfying air cargo
demand
and what advantages the airport may have by its unique geographic location.
Facility development that might position the airport to take advantage of
opportunities to interface with trucking and rail systems such as the
Alameda
Corridor East project will be considered.

c) Balanced Air Cargo and Passenger Terminal Development: Examine the
need and the best site for additional air cargo terminal space to
accommodate
belly cargo connected with passenger operations.

d) International Passenger Operations: Assess the potential for ONT to serve
a
share of the international passenger demand in the region. Develop facility
requirements and a preliminary design for a new FIS facility to be
integrated into
existing or future passenger terminals.

e) General Aviation: The need to expand the size and number of FBOs and
other
facilities and services for general aviation will be examined. Forecasts of
based
aircraft and GA operations and fleet will be needed.

f) Non-Aviation Commercial Activity: LAWA has purchased land surrounding the
airport to act as a buffer and preserve the airport’s options for expansion.
Short
and long term use of vacant and underutilized land for non-aviation
commercial
and industrial development will be examined along with the requirements
necessary to obtain an FAA release for non-aviation use of land.

g) Reuse of Vacated Lockheed Facilities: ONT has a large area of old
buildings
and facilities that were occupied by Lockheed Corporation and are now
airport
property. The reuse of this area has been studied and some sketch plans for
use
of the area have been developed. This work will be integrated into the
master
plan study. This area also has significant environmental cleanup issues that
need
to be addressed.

h) Truck Traffic Impacts: The impact of truck traffic associated with a
buildup of
cargo operations and particularly the development of cargo facilities on the
north
side of the airport is a concern of the local community. Any plan to
accommodate increased cargo volumes must address the impact of truck trips
associated with the new facilities. A mitigation plan will be developed.

i) Airfield Development: The need for a third runway and other airfield
improvements and capacity enhancements at ONT will be examined. The
master plan will assess the feasibility of adding a new runway, and if found
feasible, the location, alignment, and timing of its development will be
assessed.

j) Airline Approval: The Ontario Airport Use and Lease Agreement between
LAWA and the airlines controls issues such as the use of gates and terminal
areas, charges and fees, capital improvements, new terminal development,
signage, noise and air quality through 2024. This agreement contains a
Majority-
In-Interest clause that requires airline approval for all capital projects
over
$250,000. The restrictions of this agreement and the need for airline
approval
must be considered in the development of the plan. A copy of the agreement
is
included in this document as Attachment 2.

k) Financing: ONT has a “residual” financial operating structure which
considers
airport revenue in determining terminal rental rates and landing fees. This
agreement will affect the financing of major capital improvements (see
Attachment 2).

l) LAWA Facilities: The facility requirements and development of new
facilities
for LAWA administrative, safety, operations and maintenance staff at ONT
will be
examined as part of the master plan.

m) Air Quality: As in all of the Los Angeles Area, air quality issues and
regulations
create limitations on development. A mitigation plan for airport related
emissions
will be essential to the success of any master plan. ONT is currently
operating
under an Air Resource Board Air Quality Certificate that limits the airport
to12
million annual passengers or 125,000 annual commercial operations over
12,500
pounds. The impact of this current limit and the actions necessary to
increase it
must be assessed.

n) Community Support: ONT is fortunate to have a great deal of support for
growth from the local community. The master plan development process must
include input from the local community to preserve that support and good
will.
The plan must also provide a clear understanding of both the economic
benefits
and the impacts of airport expansion on the surrounding communities.

VI. CONTENTS OF PROPOSAL

If your firm is qualified and would like to be considered, please furnish a
proposal. The
contents of the proposal shall be complete in description, concise in volume
and austere
in form. The proposal shall be in the format of a written report not to
exceed 30 pages in
length, not including Administrative Attachments. The proposal shall be
prepared on
8½” x 11” sheets and presented in three ring binders. Once submitted, the
proposal,
including the composition of the consulting team, cannot be altered without
prior written
consent of LAWA. One (1) original and seven (7) copies are required. The
original
should be clearly marked “Original”. Any reproduction of photos, drawings,
charts and/or
diagrams included in the proposal copies should be the same as in the
original . The
proposal should, at a minimum, include the following sections:

a) Transmittal Letter and Title Page

Include a transmittal letter containing a brief statement of the respondent’
s
understanding of the work to be done and an indication of positive interest
in
performing this work for Los Angeles World Airports. The letter and/or a
title page
should contain the name of the respondents firm, a street address for
correspondence, and a primary contact for this proposal. Local offices of
the firm
should be listed where applicable.

b) Table of Contents

Include a Table of Contents listing the various sections included in the
proposal.

c) Executive Summary

Each Proposer must include in the proposal an Executive Summary that
summarizes
important features of the proposal, and includes a brief description of the
proposer’s
approach to the scope of work, a description of the project team, and a
description of
how the proposed team meets the minimum qualifications set forth in this
RFP. The
Executive Summary should be no more than three (3) one sided pages.

d) Team Identification and Organizational Chart

Identify your firm and each subconsultant by firm name, primary
representative and
title, address of headquarters and local offices, telephone and fax numbers
and email
address. Indicate the business structure of your firm (i.e., whether your
firm is a
corporation, joint venture, partnership, or sole proprietor). Indicate the
name(s) of the
owner(s) of your firm. State if the firm is an MBE, WBE or DBE firm. For
M/W/DBE
firms not certified by the City of Los Angeles, please provide a list of
agencies the
firm is currently certified with. Include a project organization chart with
the names
and titles of individuals who will be assigned to this project and are
employed by the
proposing firm and subconsultants. Indicate the reporting structure for the
project
and the responsibility of each member of the project team. Include a
description of
any business commitments made to subconsultants as related to this RFP.

e) Services and Work Plan

The proposal should include a work plan describing the services, approach
and
methodology proposed for accomplishing the scope of work. The proposed
phasing
of the project should be discussed. The proposal should be sufficient in
detail to
allow an objective analysis of the firm’s capabilities and envisioned work
plan in
comparison with competing firms. Discuss the roles and responsibilities of
the
proposing firm and all subcontractors. It should be clear what work will be
performed
by the primary firm and what will be performed by each of the
subcontractors.
Include a time estimate and a proposed timeline and schedule for completion
of the
project showing time estimates for completion of major milestones and phases
of the
work plan. If the proposed timeline exceeds the 12-18 month time period
estimated
for this project, explain the reason why this project can not be completed
in the
prescribed time.

f) Qualifications and Experience

The proposal must supply information concerning the qualifications and
experience
of the proposing firm, the subcontractors, and the proposed project team for
this
study. Indicate your firm’s recent experience in the development of airport
master
plans and related environmental impact analysis and documentation. Provide a
list of
specific examples of appropriate experience in any relevant past or on-going
projects. Describe each project in detail, including the name of the client,
the
completion date and location of the project, and a contact name and phone
number
for the client. The same information should be provided for all
subcontractors
proposed for the project.

Specifically identify the Project Manager for this project. Describe the
professional
capabilities, project experience, education, training and present office
location of
your designated Project Manager. Provide a list of specific examples of the
Project
Manager's experience in any relevant past or ongoing projects. Describe each
project in detail, including when the project was completed and where it is
located,
the name of the owner or agent including his/her current telephone number
and any
other appropriate information.

Identify other key staff personnel for this project and what their project
responsibilities will be and their level of commitment to the study. Include
the names
and resumes of all key personnel who are (a) employed by the Proposer and/or
proposed subconsultant(s); and (b) who will be assigned to perform services
pursuant to the contract. For each key person identified, provide a complete
statement of his/her experience and background and a description of that
person's
strengths and skills relative to the proposed scope of work services to be
performed.
Also provide the percentage of time each individual identified will be
available for the
project and the fully burdened billing rates for each candidate. Indicate
their present
office locations. Provide specific examples of appropriate experience that
qualify
them for their responsibilities on the project, including information
similar to that
requested in the previous paragraph. The individual experience of the
subcontractors’ project managers and their team members should also be fully
outlined.

g) Track Record

Each Proposer must list all previous contracts with the City of Los Angeles
and a
maximum of seven (7) contracts with other large organizations, public or
private,
similar to the project described in this RFP. Submit this information for
the prime
consultant and each of the proposed subconsultant team. For each contract,
provide the following information:
 Name of project
 Dollar amount of project
 Firm's contract amount
 Beginning and ending dates
 Summary of scope of work and major products
 Name, address, and telephone number of client's representative responsible
for administering the contract
 M/W/DBE requirements for the project (if any), actual M/W/DBE
participation
in the project and applicant’s role in meeting these goals (e.g., primary
contractor who constructed team, M/W/DBE member of team, etc.)
LAWA reserves the right to contact the referenced clients to verify the
information
and/or to solicit comments.

h) Fee Proposal and Estimated Budget

Each Proposer must submit a fee schedule listing the hourly rates for the
proposed
project manager and all project personnel including those of the
subcontractors.
The Proposer must also indicate the percentage of time to be spent by key
personnel
in the performance of proposed services. An estimated project budget should
be
included with cost allocated by task and within each task distributed
according to the
firm to be performing the work.

i) Administrative Documents

Each Proposer must include in the proposal all required administrative
documents
described in Attachment 1 and Exhibits 1-11. These administrative
requirements
are required from all proposers that compete for a contract with the City of
Los
Angeles and include:

1. Affidavit of Non-Collusion
2. Affirmative Action Plan
3. Assignment of Anti-Trust Claims
4. Business Tax Registration Certificate
5. Child Care Program
6. Child Support Obligations
7. Insurance Requirements
8. List of Other City of Los Angeles Contracts
9. Living Wage Ordinance
10. Minority, Women and Other Business Enterprise Program
11. Vendor Discounts

VII. QUESTIONS CONCERNING PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

Unless a contact is otherwise stated for specific administrative
requirements, all
questions regarding this RFP should be presented in writing to:
Paula McHargue
Manager, Forecasting and Analysis
Los Angeles World Airports. One World Way, Room 208
Los Angeles, CA 90045-5893
-or-
P.O. Box 92216, Los Angeles, CA 90009-2216
Fax (310) 646-0657
E-mail: pmchargue@xxxxxxxx

VIII. SUBMITTAL OF PROPOSALS

Written responses to the RFP must be prepared as specified as to form,
content,
and sequence as stated in earlier sections of this Request for Proposals. No
additions or changes to a proposal may be made after the submittal date.
One (1) original and seven (7) copies of the proposal for consultant
services must
be received by LAWA on or before, but not later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday,
June 19,
2001. LAWA will not consider any proposals received after this time.
Original proposals
and copies shall be enclosed in a single sealed package, with the name and
address of
the Proposer in the upper left hand corner, and marked, "Proposal for ONT
Master Plan”.
The proposal shall be signed by an officer, or officers, authorized to
execute legal
documents on behalf of the Proposer. All necessary forms and statements for
the
various miscellaneous provisions explained in this document must be
completed,
properly signed, and submitted with the proposal.

Your written submittal should be addressed to and received by the following:

Long Range Planning/Forecasting and Analysis Division
Los Angeles World Airports
One World Way, Room 208
Los Angeles, CA 90045-5893
Attention: Paula McHargue

A pre-proposal meeting will be held at Los Angeles International Airport on
Tuesday, May 15, 2001, at 10:00 a.m. in the Samuel Greenberg Board Room,
LAWA
Administration Building, One World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045. All questions
and
issues related to proposal requirements and/or information expected from
each proposal
package will be addressed at the pre-proposal meeting. Any questions
received
subsequent to the pre-proposal meeting must be submitted in writing.
Proposers are
strongly encouraged to attend this pre-proposal meeting. Points related to
the
demonstration of Good Faith Effort are awarded for attending (see MBE/WBE
Exhibit 10
– Instructions Regarding Demonstration of Good Faith Effort).

IX. EVALUATION AND SELECTION PROCESS

All proposals that adequately contain the information requested in this RFP
will be
evaluated on the basis of professional experience, qualifications, and
service to be
performed. LAWA reserves the right to judge, appraise, and reject all
proposals.
Staff will carefully review the written proposals. A select number of
proposers will be
invited to give an oral presentation to a panel on their approach to the
scope of
work, project organization, methodology, experience, and capabilities. The
proposers to be interviewed will be notified in writing prior to the
scheduled
interviews. A limited number of proposers may be subsequently re-interviewed
for
final evaluation.

The proposals, including any supplemental information requested by LAWA,
will be
evaluated for their overall responsiveness to the requirements of this RFP.
Proposals
will be evaluated based on the relevant experience and qualifications of the
primary and
all subcontractors (both the firms and the individuals), the cost to LAWA
relative to the
proposed services to be provided, the understanding demonstrated in the
proposal of
the scope of the project, the issues related to performing the work, and the
process and
methodology proposed. The size of the firm, the business location, and the
MBE/WBE
program will also be considered.

After the evaluation of written submittals and oral interviews, a
recommendation will be
made to the Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC), who will make the final
selection
and award the contract, subject to the review of the City Council. The final
detailed
scope of work, term, conditions, schedule, and professional fee for the
services will be
determined during contract negotiations following the selection process. If
an agreement
with a selected firm cannot be reached during the time specified for
negotiations,
another qualified firm may be asked to enter into negotiations. After
contract
negotiations, the firm selected will be required to enter into a contract
agreement with
LAWA to provide the services described in the scope of work. Any selected
firm will be
required to honor the terms and conditions contained in the contract
agreement upon
execution of the contract document. Any such contract shall be subject to
the Board,
City Attorney as to form and, in some instances, City Council approval.
LAWA, in its sole and absolute discretion, reserves the right to select one
consulting
firm, a team of consulting firms led by a primary consultant, and/or to
assign any or all
portions of the services required in this RFP to a team comprised of
consultants of its
choosing from any prime proposer or proposed subconsultant(s). All
subconsultants
remain subject to LAWA approval and LAWA reserves the right to re-evaluate
and/or redesignate
subconsultants in its sole and absolute discretion.

X. RIGHT OF REJECTION

LAWA reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive any
informality in
such proposals, to request new proposals, to revise the RFP prior to, and
including,
the pre-proposal meeting date, to proceed to do the work otherwise, withdraw
this
RFP, not award the agreement, or not award a portion of the agreement at any
time.
Revisions to the RFP, if any, may be announced at the pre-proposal meeting
and
mailed to all potential proposers who were mailed the RFP. The receipt of
proposals
shall NOT in any way, obligate the Board, Los Angeles World Airports, or the
City of
Los Angeles to enter into a consultant agreement, lease or any other
contract of any
kind with any Proposer. All submitted copies of the proposals shall become
the
property of the City of Los Angeles.

XI. EXPENSE, OWNERSHIP AND DISPOSITION

LAWA shall not be responsible in any manner for the costs associated with
the
submission of the proposals. The proposals, including all drawings, plans,
photos,
and narrative material, shall become the property of LAWA upon receipt by
LAWA.
LAWA shall have the right to copy, reproduce, publicize, or otherwise
dispose of
each proposal in any way that LAWA selects. LAWA shall be free to use as its
own,
without payment of any kind of liability therefore, any idea, scheme,
technique,
suggestion, layout, or plan received during this proposal process.

XII. INDEMNIFICATION

In addition to the "Insurance Requirements", as set forth in this RFP, the
Proposer
undertakes and agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the City of Los
Angeles,
Department of Airports (hereinafter referred to as “City”) and any and all
of City's Boards, officers, agents, employees, assigns, and successors in
interest
from and against all suits and causes of action, claims losses, demand and
expenses, including, but not limited to, attorney's fees and cost of
litigation, damage
or liability of any nature whatsoever, for death or injury to any person,
including
Proposer's employees and agents, or damage of or destruction to any property
of
either party hereto or of third persons, in any manner arising by reasons of
or
incident to the performance of this Agreement on the part of Proposer, its
officers,
directors, agents, servants, employees, contractors, and subconsultants of
any tier,
whether or not contributed to by any act or omission of City or any of the
City's
Boards, officers, agents, or employees.

XIII. ATTORNEY FEES

If City shall be made a party to any litigation commenced by or against
Proposer
arising out of Proposer's operations and as a result of which Proposer is
held liable,
in whole or in part, by settlement, adjudication, or otherwise, then
Proposer shall pay
all costs and reasonable attorney fees incurred by or imposed upon City in
connection with such litigation. Each party shall give prompt notice to the
other of
any claim or suit instituted against it that may affect the other party.

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