Request for Qualifications for Fall 2019 Multibeam Survey- due 10/8/19
The California State Coastal Conservancy is seeking qualifications of potential environmental services contractors to plan for and conduct a single multibeam bathymetric survey in Fall 2019 and conduct associated reporting and analysis to evaluate the temporal and seasonal changes of the various sand mining lease areas in the San Francisco Bay and Suisun Bay. This work will inform a broader effort led by the State Coastal Conservancy, the San Francisco Bay Conservation Commission, and others to study the physical effects of mining sand on San Francisco Bay and Outer Coast of California.
SCC is releasing a Request for Qualifications to find a qualified contractor to provide these services.
For the full information about the RFQ, please contact Marilyn Latta (email@example.com, 510-286-4157)
Proposals are due electronically and by US Mail by 5pm 10/8/19.
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