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Request for Proposals, RFP Consultant



Please note, there was no attachment.  ("The current list of the Airport
Capital Improvement Programs is attached.")

Thank you for your assistance.

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Subject: CAA: Request for Proposals, RFP Consultant

COLUSA COUNTY AIRPORT

Harry A. Krug                                                   
Airport Manager                                                 

Business Office: 100 Sunrise Blvd., Suite F                     Airport:
2915 Highway 20
     Colusa, CA  95932                                     Colusa, CA
95932
      (530) 458-0580 FAX 458-5000
(530) 458-2393

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 
TO PERFORM AIRPORT CONSULTING SERVICES

April 20, 2004

The Colusa County Airport is accepting proposals for airport consulting
services.  The Colusa County Airport will be applying for grants from
the Federal Aviation Administration for the Airport Improvement Program
for the next five (5) years.  The current list of the Airport Capital
Improvement Programs is attached.  Four copies of the proposal must be
received at the business office listed above no later than 4:00 p.m.,
Friday, May 21, 2004.

The proposal should address the following issues:

1)      Evidence of the firm's ability to perform the work, as indicated
by profiles of the principals and staff=s professional and technical
competence and experience. Please enclose a list of references;

2)      Capability to provide professional services in a timely manner
speaking to the size of firm and number of professionals that are
available;

3)      Evidence that, where design work is involved, the engineer is
currently registered in the state where the project is located;

4)      Past performance in terms of cost control, quality of work, and
compliance with performance schedules;

5)      Knowledge of local building codes and Federal Aviation
Administration=s regulations and advisories;

6)      Certified statement that the engineer or firm is not debarred,
suspended, or otherwise prohibited from professional practice by any
federal, state, or local agency;

7)      Other factors, such as, the ability to prepare bid documents;
work with an airport advisory   committee and county board of
supervisors; and

8)      Other information suggested by FAA Advisory Circular
150/5100-14C and the Airport Consultants Council.

The Colusa County Airport reserves the right to reject any and/or all
proposals.

If you have questions, contact Harry Krug, Director of Airport
Operations, at (530) 458-0580. 

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