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Brownfields Assessment Environmental Consulting Services.

Tenders are invited for Brownfields Assessment Environmental Consulting Services


2.1 Project Coordination Work conducted under this contract involves close coordination with CCRPC staff, the Brownfields Advisory Committee, VT DEC, VDH and US EPA. The consultant/consultant team will also be required to share information and coordinate with other consultants hired by CCRPC, including but not limited to archaeological/historic preservation consultants. US EPA and VT DEC approval of documents or processes is required at various stages in the assessment process. The consultant will allow sufficient time in task schedules for coordination with CCRPC, the Brownfields Advisory Committee and with relevant agencies including meetings as necessary. 2.2 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments Upon Task Order assignment, the consultant/consultant team will conduct a Phase I environmental site assessment in accordance with current ASTM E 1527-05 procedures (or most current standard meeting the requirements of All Appropriate Inquiry). Additionally, the Phase I assessment shall include an accurate geographic location of the site (per US EPA latitude/longitude data standards), tax map parcel identifiers, and ZIP code. The consultant/consultant team will submit the draft Phase I report to CCRPC for review prior to submission to CCRPC, US EPA, VT DEC, VDH, the site owner and other parties identified for the particular site. Reports will be submitted in hard and/or electronic copies, as specified by CCRPC.

2.3 Phase II Site Investigations:

Upon Task Order assignment, the consultant/consultant team will conduct a Phase II environmental site assessment, in accordance with applicable and relevant federal and state

guidance for such investigations. Phase II work is expected to include, but is not limited to:

* A Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) describing detailed description of quality

assurance/quality control procedures and the proposed work at the site.

- If the consultant has a Generic QAPP approved by US EPA Region I, then the QAPP

must be updated as necessary to address additional quality assurance/control needs

for the assigned Task Order project. Updates to the Generic QAPP must be approved

by US EPA and VT DEC before further work can proceed.

- If the consultant has an approved Generic QAPP, a Site-Specific QAPP Addendum

will be prepared describing the conceptual site model, site specific sampling and

analysis strategy, and any other information necessary to meet the requirements for a

Site-Specific QAPP and a VT site investigation Work Plan. The QAPP must be

approved by US EPA and VT DEC before site activities can proceed.

- If the consultant does not already have an approved Generic QAPP, then it can either

prepare one followed by a Site Specific QAPP Addendum, or it can prepare a single

QAPP incorporating the Site Specific QAPP and all relevant elements from a Generic

QAPP. The QAPP must be approved by US E

Major organization : CHITTENDEN COUNTY

Address : 110 West Canal Street,

Suite 202,

Winooski, VT 05404

Contact Person: Dan Albrecht,

Country :United States

Email :

Url :

Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2016-08-05

Tender documents : T34471474.pdf

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