Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from Consulting Engineers (by June 29, 2020)

This ad was published in the Richmond Register on June 18, 2020.

The Richmond Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) and the City of Richmond have received preliminary project funding approval through the Kentucky Product Development Initiative (PDI) program. The project grands funds are pending final approval from the Kentucky Economic Development Financing Authority (KEDFA). The project funds are designed for a land grading and building pad development project on an approximately 21.4 acre site in the Richmond Industrial Park South III at 3000 Bill Robertson Way. Other additional sources of funding will be utilized for the project as needed and as available. This industrial park is in the city limits of Richmond, Kentucky.

The Richmond Industrial Development Corporation is advertising this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to obtain engineering services to complete the land grading and building pad development project. Construction is planned for 2020. Minimum requirements for qualified firms include previous experience in engineering design and inspection on similar projects. Interested firms are invited to submit Statement of Qualification proposals (in the required quantity and format as outlined in the information packet) to the following address by 4:00pm local time on June 29, 2020:

Richmond Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC)
P.O. Box 250
239 West Main Street
Richmond KY 40476-0250

To obtain a Request for Qualifications information packet, please contact the Project Coordinator, David Stipes at

The Richmond Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) reserves the right to reject any and all Statement of Qualifications submitals not meeting this Request for Qualifications for Consulting Engineers Services. The RIDC also reserves the right to cancel this Request for Qualifications at any time in the event that project funding approval is not obtained or for other reasons.

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