Request for Services for the Terminal Four Wharf, Warehouse, and Piling Removal Project
The State Coastal Conservancy is seeking the services of a consultant firm or team to provide engineering and environmental and related services for the Terminal Four Wharf, Warehouse, and Piling Removal Project located at Point San Pablo (City of Richmond Terminal Four, San Pablo Bay, within San Francisco Bay). The services will generally involve the further development of a plan and designs and preparation of environmental and permitting documentation for the removal of an existing, dilapidated wharf and warehouse and associated creosote and concrete pilings.
Please download the full RFS here- SCC_RequestforServices_Terminal Four
Interested firms should submit a response to this RFS, by 5:00 p.m. on Monday October 2, 2017.
Submittals should be emailed to Marilyn Latta at email@example.com, AND mailed hard copy to:
State Coastal Conservancy
Attn: Marilyn Latta, Project Manager
1515 Clay St, 10th Floor
Oakland CA 94612
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