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June 1, 2017

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2017-2018:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a.  Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
c. Water Rate Studies c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
2. Archaeology 11. General Education and Training
3. Architecture a. Safety
4. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
5. Auditing 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 15. Land Surveying
7. Civil Engineering 16. Landscape Architecture
a. Civil Engineering (General) 17. Mechanical Engineering
b. Geotechnical Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
c. Water Resource Engineering b. Energy Specialists
d. Hydraulic Engineering 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
e. Construction Management/Inspection 19. Real Property Appraisal
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 20. Safety Engineering
9. Computer Science a. Safety Trainers
a. Software b. Safety Inspections
b. Hardware 21. Structural Engineering
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2018. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Keith K. Okamoto, P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(SA992107     6/1/17)~


June 1, 2017

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2017-2018:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a.  Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
c. Water Rate Studies c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
2. Archaeology 11. General Education and Training
3. Architecture a. Safety
4. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
5. Auditing 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 15. Land Surveying
7. Civil Engineering 16. Landscape Architecture
a. Civil Engineering (General) 17. Mechanical Engineering
b. Geotechnical Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
c. Water Resource Engineering b. Energy Specialists
d. Hydraulic Engineering 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
e. Construction Management/Inspection 19. Real Property Appraisal
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 20. Safety Engineering
9. Computer Science a. Safety Trainers
a. Software b. Safety Inspections
b. Hardware 21. Structural Engineering
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shallbe submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2018. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Keith K. Okamoto, P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(WHT992106     6/1/17)~


June 1, 2017

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2017-2018:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a.  Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
c. Water Rate Studies c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
2. Archaeology 11. General Education and Training
3. Architecture a. Safety
4. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
5. Auditing 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 15. Land Surveying
7. Civil Engineering 16. Landscape Architecture
a. Civil Engineering (General) 17. Mechanical Engineering
b. Geotechnical Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
c. Water Resource Engineering b. Energy Specialists
d. Hydraulic Engineering 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
e. Construction Management/Inspection 19. Real Property Appraisal
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 20. Safety Engineering
9. Computer Science a. Safety Trainers
a. Software b. Safety Inspections
b. Hardware 21. Structural Engineering
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2018. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Keith K. Okamoto, P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(SA991339     6/1/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2017-18 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2017. At that time, alist of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  COLLINS TOMEI
  Director of Finance

(WHT992095   5/17/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2017-18 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2017. At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  COLLINS TOMEI
  Director of Finance

(SA992094   5/17/17)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2017-18 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2017. At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  COLLINS TOMEI
  Director of Finance

(HTH992080   5/17/17)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2017-2018 (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018). The Department seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2017-2018. The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 9, 2017. For more information, please visit our website at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-noticesnotice-to-providers/. The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(TGI990016   5/7/17)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2017-2018 (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018). The Department seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2017-2018. The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 9, 2017. For more information, please visit our website at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-noticesnotice-to-providers/. The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(WHT990014   5/7/17)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2017-2018 (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018). The Department seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2017-2018. The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 9, 2017. For more information, please visit our website at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-noticesnotice-to-providers/. The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(HTH990010   5/7/17)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2017-2018 (July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018). The Department seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2017-2018. The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 9, 2017.  For more information, please visit our website at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-noticesnotice-to-providers/. The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(SA989932   5/7/17)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) anticipates the need for professional services during the Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018) and is seeking qualified persons and/or firms to provide professional services in specified areas. Interested parties are invited to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications. As needs for services arise during the course of the fiscal year, OHA will look to the list of qualified applicants from which selection of contractors will be made.

The list of services anticipated to be needed and instructions for applying can be found on OHA’s Notice to Providers of Professional Services on   the State Procurement Office website at hawaii.gov/spo and under Solicitations on OHA’s website at http://www.oha.org. Copies of the notice can also be picked up at OHA’s office located at 560 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawai’i during business hours. All expressions of interest and statements of qualifications must be postmarked or delivered to OHA by 2:00 p.m., Friday, April 14, 2017. Facsimiles, emails, and other forms of electronic submittals will NOT be accepted. Inquiries regarding this notice can be directed to Miki Lene at (808) 594-1993.

(SA973935   3/19/17)~



June 1, 2016

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2016-2017:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a.  Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
c. Water Rate Studies c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
2. Archaeology 11. General Education and Training
3. Architecture a. Safety
4. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
5. Auditing 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 15. Land Surveying
7. Civil Engineering 16. Landscape Architecture
a. Civil Engineering (General) 17. Mechanical Engineering
b. Geotechnical Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
c. Water Resource Engineering b. Energy Specialists
d. Hydraulic Engineering 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
e. Construction Management/Inspection 19. Real Property Appraisal
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 20. Safety Engineering
9. Computer Science a. Safety Trainers
a. Software b. Safety Inspections
b. Hardware 21. Structural Engineering
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2017. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Keith K. Okamoto, P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(SA874424     6/1/16)~


June 1, 2016

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2016-2017:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a.  Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
c. Water Rate Studies c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
2. Archaeology 11. General Education and Training
3. Architecture a. Safety
4. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
5. Auditing 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 15. Land Surveying
7. Civil Engineering 16. Landscape Architecture
a. Civil Engineering (General) 17. Mechanical Engineering
b. Geotechnical Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
c. Water Resource Engineering b. Energy Specialists
d. Hydraulic Engineering 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
e. Construction Management/Inspection 19. Real Property Appraisal
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 20. Safety Engineering
9. Computer Science a. Safety Trainers
a. Software b. Safety Inspections
b. Hardware 21. Structural Engineering
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2017. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Keith K. Okamoto, P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(WHT874422   6/1/16)~


June 1, 2016

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2016-2017:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a.  Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
c. Water Rate Studies c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
2. Archaeology 11. General Education and Training
3. Architecture a. Safety
4. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
5. Auditing 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 15. Land Surveying
7. Civil Engineering 16. Landscape Architecture
a. Civil Engineering (General) 17. Mechanical Engineering
b. Geotechnical Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
c. Water Resource Engineering b. Energy Specialists
d. Hydraulic Engineering 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
e. Construction Management/Inspection 19. Real Property Appraisal
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 20. Safety Engineering
9. Computer Science a. Safety Trainers
a. Software b. Safety Inspections
b. Hardware 21. Structural Engineering
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2017. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Keith K. Okamoto, P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(HTH873900   6/1/16)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
LAND DIVISION

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Land Division, anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2016-2017 (July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017).  The Division seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2016-2017.  The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 17, 2016.  For more information, please visit our website at:
http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-notices/notice-to-providers.  The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(TGI874611   5/15, 5/29, 6/5/16)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
LAND DIVISION

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Land Division, anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2016-2017 (July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017).  The Division seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2016-2017.  The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 17, 2016.  For more information, please visit our website at:
http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-notices/notice-to-providers.  The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(WHT874605   5/15, 5/29, 6/5/16)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
LAND DIVISION

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Land Division, anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2016-2017 (July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017).  The Division seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2016-2017.  The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 17, 2016.  For more information, please visit our website at:
http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-notices/notice-to-providers.  The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(HTH874598   5/15, 5/29, 6/5/16)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
LAND DIVISION

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Land Division, anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2016-2017 (July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017).  The Division seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications for Appraisal Services and Expression of Interest form (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2016-2017.  The submission deadline for the completed SoQ P-1 is 4:00 PM on June 17, 2016.  For more information, please visit our website at:
http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/public-hearings-and-notices/notice-to-providers.  The SoQ P-1 form can be accessed at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1.

(SA874332   5/15, 5/29, 6/5/16)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2016-17 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2016.  At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


  DEANNA S. SAKO
  Director of Finance

(WHT873602   5/13/16)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2016-17 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2016.  At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


  DEANNA S. SAKO
  Director of Finance

(HTH873598   5/13/16)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2016-17 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2016.  At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


  DEANNA S. SAKO
  Director of Finance

(SA873594   5/13/16)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, 
Antitrust Trade Names, Copyrights, Licensing)
Appellate Practice International Trade
Aviation Labor Law
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Law Enforcement (including Criminal Business Law (including Contracts Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions)
  Law, Contracts Negotiation, Litigation
  and Corporate Law) Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Cable Television Probate Law, including Guardianships Charities Regulation and Enforcement Public Benefits Law (including ADA, § 504,
Civil Litigation IDEA-Special Education, Public
Civil Rights Assistance)
Collections Public Financing (including Bond Counsel,
Commercial Leasing     Investment Banking, and Financing Complex Civil Litigation Leases)
Constitutional Law Public Utilities
Consumer Law Real Property (including Financing,
Employee Benefits Development, Subdivisions, Transit
ERISA   Oriented Development and Land Use
Employment Law       Conveyances/Transactions/Permits)
Energy Law Securities Law (Securities)
Environmental Law Taxation (including Enforcement and
Estates and Trusts Collection of Hawaii Taxes, and
Federal Legislation     Prosecution and Defense of State Tax Financial Institutions/Banking Appeals)
Health Law (including Hospital Telecommunications
  Management,  Affordable Care Act, Time Share
  Health Insurance Portability           Tort Law (including Products, Design, or
  and Accountability Act -      Construction Liability, and Professional
  HIPAA and Mental Health)    Malpractice)
Immigration Law             Transportation Law
Information and Computer Technology   Water Law
  Law (including Computer Litigation     Workers’ Compensation
  and Cybersecurity)

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 3, 2016, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, and ending June 30, 2017.

A statement received after June 3, 2016, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received betweenWill be considered beginning:

    June 4, 2016 - September 2, 2016               October 1, 2016
  September 3, 2016 - December 2, 2016           January 1, 2017
    December 3, 2016 - March 3, 2017               April 1, 2017

(WHT869204   5/1/16)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, 
Antitrust Trade Names, Copyrights, Licensing)
Appellate Practice International Trade
Aviation Labor Law
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Law Enforcement (including Criminal Business Law (including Contracts Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions)
  Law, Contracts Negotiation, Litigation
  and Corporate Law) Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Cable Television Probate Law, including Guardianships Charities Regulation and Enforcement Public Benefits Law (including ADA, § 504,
Civil Litigation IDEA-Special Education, Public
Civil Rights Assistance)
Collections Public Financing (including Bond Counsel,
Commercial Leasing     Investment Banking, and Financing Complex Civil Litigation Leases)
Constitutional Law Public Utilities
Consumer Law Real Property (including Financing,
Employee Benefits Development, Subdivisions, Transit
ERISA   Oriented Development and Land Use
Employment Law       Conveyances/Transactions/Permits)
Energy Law Securities Law (Securities)
Environmental Law Taxation (including Enforcement and
Estates and Trusts Collection of Hawaii Taxes, and
Federal Legislation     Prosecution and Defense of State Tax Financial Institutions/Banking Appeals)
Health Law (including Hospital Telecommunications
  Management,  Affordable Care Act, Time Share
  Health Insurance Portability           Tort Law (including Products, Design, or
  and Accountability Act -      Construction Liability, and Professional
  HIPAA and Mental Health)    Malpractice)
Immigration Law             Transportation Law
Information and Computer Technology   Water Law
  Law (including Computer Litigation     Workers’ Compensation
  and Cybersecurity)

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 3, 2016, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, and ending June 30, 2017.

A statement received after June 3, 2016, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received betweenWill be considered beginning:

    June 4, 2016 - September 2, 2016               October 1, 2016
  September 3, 2016 - December 2, 2016           January 1, 2017
    December 3, 2016 - March 3, 2017               April 1, 2017

(TGI869200   5/1/16)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, 
Antitrust Trade Names, Copyrights, Licensing)
Appellate Practice International Trade
Aviation Labor Law
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Law Enforcement (including Criminal Business Law (including Contracts Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions)
  Law, Contracts Negotiation, Litigation
  and Corporate Law) Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Cable Television Probate Law, including Guardianships Charities Regulation and Enforcement Public Benefits Law (including ADA, § 504,
Civil Litigation IDEA-Special Education, Public
Civil Rights Assistance)
Collections Public Financing (including Bond Counsel,
Commercial Leasing     Investment Banking, and Financing Complex Civil Litigation Leases)
Constitutional Law Public Utilities
Consumer Law Real Property (including Financing,
Employee Benefits Development, Subdivisions, Transit
ERISA   Oriented Development and Land Use
Employment Law       Conveyances/Transactions/Permits)
Energy Law Securities Law (Securities)
Environmental Law Taxation (including Enforcement and
Estates and Trusts Collection of Hawaii Taxes, and
Federal Legislation     Prosecution and Defense of State Tax Financial Institutions/Banking Appeals)
Health Law (including Hospital Telecommunications
  Management,  Affordable Care Act, Time Share
  Health Insurance Portability           Tort Law (including Products, Design, or
  and Accountability Act -      Construction Liability, and Professional
  HIPAA and Mental Health)    Malpractice)
Immigration Law             Transportation Law
Information and Computer Technology   Water Law
  Law (including Computer Litigation     Workers’ Compensation
  and Cybersecurity)

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 3, 2016, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, and ending June 30, 2017.

A statement received after June 3, 2016, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received betweenWill be considered beginning:

    June 4, 2016 - September 2, 2016               October 1, 2016
  September 3, 2016 - December 2, 2016           January 1, 2017
    December 3, 2016 - March 3, 2017               April 1, 2017

(HTH869195   5/1/16)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, 
Antitrust Trade Names, Copyrights, Licensing)
Appellate Practice International Trade
Aviation Labor Law
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Law Enforcement (including Criminal Business Law (including Contracts Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions)
  Law, Contracts Negotiation, Litigation
  and Corporate Law) Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Cable Television Probate Law, including Guardianships Charities Regulation and Enforcement Public Benefits Law (including ADA, § 504,
Civil Litigation IDEA-Special Education, Public
Civil Rights Assistance)
Collections Public Financing (including Bond Counsel,
Commercial Leasing     Investment Banking, and Financing Complex Civil Litigation Leases)
Constitutional Law Public Utilities
Consumer Law Real Property (including Financing,
Employee Benefits Development, Subdivisions, Transit
ERISA   Oriented Development and Land Use
Employment Law       Conveyances/Transactions/Permits)
Energy Law Securities Law (Securities)
Environmental Law Taxation (including Enforcement and
Estates and Trusts Collection of Hawaii Taxes, and
Federal Legislation     Prosecution and Defense of State Tax Financial Institutions/Banking Appeals)
Health Law (including Hospital Telecommunications
  Management,  Affordable Care Act, Time Share
  Health Insurance Portability           Tort Law (including Products, Design, or
  and Accountability Act -      Construction Liability, and Professional
  HIPAA and Mental Health)    Malpractice)
Immigration Law             Transportation Law
Information and Computer Technology   Water Law
  Law (including Computer Litigation     Workers’ Compensation
  and Cybersecurity)

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 3, 2016, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2016, and ending June 30, 2017.

A statement received after June 3, 2016, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received betweenWill be considered beginning:

    June 4, 2016 - September 2, 2016               October 1, 2016
  September 3, 2016 - December 2, 2016           January 1, 2017
    December 3, 2016 - March 3, 2017               April 1, 2017

(SA865313   5/1/16)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC) anticipates the need for professional services in fiscal year 2017 (July 1, 2016 thru June 30, 2017) and is seeking qualified persons and/or firms to provide professional services in certain disciplines. Interested parties are invited to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications. As needs for services arise during the course of the fiscal year, HHFDC will utilize the list of qualified providers to select contractors.  The list of disciplines and instructions for applying can be found on HHFDC’s Notice to Providers of Professional Services on the State Procurement Office website at http://hawaii.gov/spo/notices and on the homepage of HHFDC’s website at http:// http://dbedt.hawaii.gov/hhfdc/All statements and letters of interest shall be submitted via email to HHFDC Procurement Specialist, Krystal-Lee Tabangcura, at
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

(SA861583   4/11/16)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) anticipates the need for professional services during the fiscal year July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017 and is seeking qualified persons and/or firms to provide professional services in specified areas. Interested parties are invited to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications. As needs for services arise during the course of the fiscal year, OHA will look to the list of qualified applicants from which selection of contractors will be made.

The list of services anticipated to be needed and instructions for applying can be found on OHA’s Notice to Providers of Professional Services on the State Procurement Office website at hawaii.gov/spo and under Solicitations on OHA’s website at http://www.oha.org. Copies of the notice can also be picked up at OHA’s office located at 560 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawai’i during business hours. All expressions of interest and statements of qualifications must be postmarked or delivered to OHA by 2:00 p.m., Friday, April 15, 2016. Facsimiles, emails, and other forms of electronic submittals will not be accepted. Inquiries regarding this notice can be directed to Wendell Tengan at (808) 594-1993.

(SA855457   3/20/16)~


June 1, 2015

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2015-2016:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a. Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
c. Water Rate Studies   (SCADA)
2. Archaeology c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
3. Architecture 11. General Education and Training
4. Auditing a. Safety
5. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
7. Civil Engineering 15. Land Surveying
a. Civil Engineering (General) 16. Landscape Architecture
b. Geotechnical Engineering 17. Mechanical Engineering
c. Water Resource Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
d. Hydraulic Engineering b. Energy Specialists
e. Construction Management/Inspection 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 19. Real Property Appraisal
9. Computer Science 20. Safety Engineering
a. Software a. Safety Trainers
b. Hardware b. Safety Inspections
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 21. Structural Engineering
    a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2016.  The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

      Quirino Antonio, Jr., P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
      Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(WHT761743   6/1/15)~


June 1, 2015

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2015-2016:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a. Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
c. Water Rate Studies   (SCADA)
2. Archaeology c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
3. Architecture 11. General Education and Training
4. Auditing a. Safety
5. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
7. Civil Engineering 15. Land Surveying
a. Civil Engineering (General) 16. Landscape Architecture
b. Geotechnical Engineering 17. Mechanical Engineering
c. Water Resource Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
d. Hydraulic Engineering b. Energy Specialists
e. Construction Management/Inspection 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 19. Real Property Appraisal
9. Computer Science 20. Safety Engineering
a. Software a. Safety Trainers
b. Hardware b. Safety Inspections
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 21. Structural Engineering
    a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2016.  The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

      Quirino Antonio, Jr., P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
      Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(HTH761742 6/1/15)~


June 1, 2015

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2015-2016:

1. Accounting 10. Electrical Engineering
a. Accounting (General)  a. Electrical Engineering (General)
b. Underwriter b. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
c. Water Rate Studies   (SCADA)
2. Archaeology c. Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
3. Architecture 11. General Education and Training
4. Auditing a. Safety
5. Attorney b. Public Relations
a. General Attorney Services c. Human Resources
b. Bond Counsel 12. Geology
c. Water Law 13. Hydrology
6. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 14. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
7. Civil Engineering 15. Land Surveying
a. Civil Engineering (General) 16. Landscape Architecture
b. Geotechnical Engineering 17. Mechanical Engineering
c. Water Resource Engineering a. Mechanical Engineering (General)
d. Hydraulic Engineering b. Energy Specialists
e. Construction Management/Inspection 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
8. Community Planning (EA/EIS) 19. Real Property Appraisal
9. Computer Science 20. Safety Engineering
a. Software a. Safety Trainers
b. Hardware b. Safety Inspections
c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 21. Structural Engineering
    a. Structural Engineering (General)
    b. Construction Management/Inspection

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years. Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2016.  The letter ofinterest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

      Quirino Antonio, Jr., P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
      Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(SA761741   6/1/15)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS
OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2015-16 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2015. At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808)
961-8440, facsimile: (808) 961-8248 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  DEANNA S. SAKO
  Director of Finance

(WHT753084 5/15/15)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS
OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2015-16 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2015. At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808)
961-8440, facsimile: (808) 961-8248 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  DEANNA S. SAKO
  Director of Finance

(HTH753073 5/15/15)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS
OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2015-16 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2015.  At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808)
961-8440, facsimile: (808) 961-8248 or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

  DEANNA S. SAKO
  Director of Finance

(SA753072 5/15/15)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING
LEGAL SERVICES TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past. Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property
Antitrust International Trade
Appellate Practice Labor Law
Aviation Law Enforcement (including
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Criminal Appeals and
Business Law (including Contracts Law,  Criminal Prosecutions)
    Contracts Negotiation, and Corporate Law)  Litigation
Cable Television Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Charities Regulation and Enforcement Probate Law, including
Civil Litigation Guardianships
Civil Rights Public Benefits Law
Collections (including ADA, § 504, 
Complex Civil Litigation Special Education, Public
Constitutional Law   Assistance)
Consumer Law Public Financing (including
Employee Benefits Bond Cousel, Investment
ERISA Banking, and Financing
Employment Law   Leases)
Energy Law Public Utilities
Environmental Law Real Property (including
Estates and Trusts Financing, Development,
Federal Legislation Subdivisions, Transit Oriented
Financial Institutions/Banking Development and Land Use
Health Law (including Hospital Management,    Permits)
    and Mental Health) Securities Law (Securities/Class
Immigration Law Action)
Information and Computer Technology Law Taxation (including Enforcement
    (including Computer Litigation and   and Collection of Hawaii Taxes,
    Cybersecurity)  and Prosecution and Defense of
  of State Tax Appeals)
Telecommunications
Time Share
Tort Law (including Products,
  Design or Construction
  Liability, and Professional
  Malpractice)
Transportation Law
Water Law
Workers’ Compensation

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 5, 2015, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2016.

A statement received after June 5, 2015, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received between:  Will be considered beginning:

  June 6, 2015 - September 4, 2015         October 1, 2015
September 5, 2015 - December 4, 2015         January 1, 2016
  December 5, 2015 - March 4, 2016           April 1, 2016

(HTH750289   5/3/15)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING
LEGAL SERVICES TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past. Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property
Antitrust International Trade
Appellate Practice Labor Law
Aviation Law Enforcement (including
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Criminal Appeals and
Business Law (including Contracts Law,  Criminal Prosecutions)
    Contracts Negotiation, and Corporate Law)  Litigation
Cable Television Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Charities Regulation and Enforcement Probate Law, including
Civil Litigation Guardianships
Civil Rights Public Benefits Law
Collections (including ADA, § 504, 
Complex Civil Litigation Special Education, Public
Constitutional Law   Assistance)
Consumer Law Public Financing (including
Employee Benefits Bond Cousel, Investment
ERISA Banking, and Financing
Employment Law   Leases)
Energy Law Public Utilities
Environmental Law Real Property (including
Estates and Trusts Financing, Development,
Federal Legislation Subdivisions, Transit Oriented
Financial Institutions/Banking Development and Land Use
Health Law (including Hospital Management,    Permits)
    and Mental Health) Securities Law (Securities/Class
Immigration Law Action)
Information and Computer Technology Law Taxation (including Enforcement
    (including Computer Litigation and   and Collection of Hawaii Taxes,
    Cybersecurity)  and Prosecution and Defense of
  of State Tax Appeals)
Telecommunications
Time Share
Tort Law (including Products,
  Design or Construction
  Liability, and Professional
  Malpractice)
Transportation Law
Water Law
Workers’ Compensation

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 5, 2015, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2016.

A statement received after June 5, 2015, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received between:  Will be considered beginning:

  June 6, 2015 - September 4, 2015         October 1, 2015
September 5, 2015 - December 4, 2015         January 1, 2016
  December 5, 2015 - March 4, 2016           April 1, 2016

(WHT750285   5/3/15)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING
LEGAL SERVICES TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past. Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property
Antitrust International Trade
Appellate Practice Labor Law
Aviation Law Enforcement (including
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Criminal Appeals and
Business Law (including Contracts Law,  Criminal Prosecutions)
    Contracts Negotiation, and Corporate Law)  Litigation
Cable Television Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Charities Regulation and Enforcement Probate Law, including
Civil Litigation Guardianships
Civil Rights Public Benefits Law
Collections (including ADA, § 504, 
Complex Civil Litigation Special Education, Public
Constitutional Law   Assistance)
Consumer Law Public Financing (including
Employee Benefits Bond Cousel, Investment
ERISA Banking, and Financing
Employment Law   Leases)
Energy Law Public Utilities
Environmental Law Real Property (including
Estates and Trusts Financing, Development,
Federal Legislation Subdivisions, Transit Oriented
Financial Institutions/Banking Development and Land Use
Health Law (including Hospital Management,    Permits)
    and Mental Health) Securities Law (Securities/Class
Immigration Law Action)
Information and Computer Technology Law Taxation (including Enforcement
    (including Computer Litigation and   and Collection of Hawaii Taxes,
    Cybersecurity)  and Prosecution and Defense of
  of State Tax Appeals)
Telecommunications
Time Share
Tort Law (including Products,
  Design or Construction
  Liability, and Professional
  Malpractice)
Transportation Law
Water Law
Workers’ Compensation

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 5, 2015, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2016.

A statement received after June 5, 2015, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received between:  Will be considered beginning:

  June 6, 2015 - September 4, 2015         October 1, 2015
September 5, 2015 - December 4, 2015         January 1, 2016
  December 5, 2015 - March 4, 2016           April 1, 2016

(TGI750278   5/3/15)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING
LEGAL SERVICES TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past. Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.


Administrative Law Insurance
Administrative Hearings Officer Intellectual Property
Antitrust International Trade
Appellate Practice Labor Law
Aviation Law Enforcement (including
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Criminal Appeals and
Business Law (including Contracts Law,  Criminal Prosecutions)
    Contracts Negotiation, and Corporate Law)  Litigation
Cable Television Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Charities Regulation and Enforcement Probate Law, including
Civil Litigation Guardianships
Civil Rights Public Benefits Law
Collections (including ADA, § 504, 
Complex Civil Litigation Special Education, Public
Constitutional Law   Assistance)
Consumer Law Public Financing (including
Employee Benefits Bond Cousel, Investment
ERISA Banking, and Financing
Employment Law   Leases)
Energy Law Public Utilities
Environmental Law Real Property (including
Estates and Trusts Financing, Development,
Federal Legislation Subdivisions, Transit Oriented
Financial Institutions/Banking Development and Land Use
Health Law (including Hospital Management,    Permits)
    and Mental Health) Securities Law (Securities/Class
Immigration Law Action)
Information and Computer Technology Law Taxation (including Enforcement
    (including Computer Litigation and   and Collection of Hawaii Taxes,
    Cybersecurity)  and Prosecution and Defense of
  of State Tax Appeals)
Telecommunications
Time Share
Tort Law (including Products,
  Design or Construction
  Liability, and Professional
  Malpractice)
Transportation Law
Water Law
Workers’ Compensation

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 5, 2015, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2016.

A statement received after June 5, 2015, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received between:  Will be considered beginning:

  June 6, 2015 - September 4, 2015         October 1, 2015
September 5, 2015 - December 4, 2015         January 1, 2016
  December 5, 2015 - March 4, 2016           April 1, 2016

(SA746521   5/3/15)~


NOTICE TO
PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) anticipates the need for professional services during the fiscal year July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016 and is seeking qualified persons and/or firms to provide professional services in specified areas.  Interested parties are invited to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications.  As needs for services arise during the course of the fiscal year, OHA will look to the list of qualified applicants from which selection of contractors will be made.

The list of services anticipated to be needed and instructions for applying can be found on OHA’s Notice to Providers of Professional Services on the State Procurement Office website at hawaii.gov/spo and under Solicitations on OHA’s website at http://www.oha.org.  Copies of the notice can also be picked up at OHA’s office located at 560 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawai`i during business hours. All expressions of interest and statements of qualifications must be postmarked or delivered to OHA by 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 3, 2015.  Facsimiles, emails, and other forms of electronic submittals will not be accepted.  Inquiries regarding this notice can be directed to Wendell Tengan at
(808) 594-1993.

(SA731559 3/8/15)~


June 1, 2014

NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2014-2015:


1. Accounting 10. General Education and Training  
a.  Accounting (General)  a.  Safety  
b.  Underwriter b.  Public Relations  
c.  Water Rate Studies e.  Human Resources  
2. Archaeology 11. Geology  
3. Architecture 12. Hydrology  
4. Auditing 13. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists) 
5. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 14. Land Surveying  
6. Civil Engineering 15. Landscape Architecture  
a.  Civil Engineering (General) 16. Attorney  
b.  Geotechnical Engineering a.  General Attorney Services  
c.  Water Resource Engineering b.  Bond Counsel  
d.  Hydraulic Engineering 17. Mechanical Engineering  
e.  Construction Management/Inspection a.  Mechanical Engineering (General) 
7. Community Planning (EA/EIS)  b.  Energy Specialists  
8. Computer Science 18. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing) a.  Software 19. Real Property Appraisal  
b.  Hardware 20. Safety Engineering  
c.  Geographic Information Systems (GIS)  a.  Safety Trainers  
9. Electrical Engineering b.  Safety Inspections  
a.  Electrical Engineering (General) 21. Structural Engineering  
b.  Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition a.  Structural Engineering (General) 
    (SCADA)  b.  Construction Management/Inspection  
c.  Energy Specialists  

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager-Chief Engineer, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1 The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2 The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3 The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;

4 A list of all projects and a brief description of the scope of the project, awarded within the last two (2)  years.  Include any corrective actions that were required and explain all responses to notices of   deficiencies.
5 The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
6 Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager-Chief Engineer.  Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2015.  The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

    Quirino Antonio, Jr., P.E., Manager-Chief Engineer
    Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(SA629788   6/1/14)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
LAND DIVISION

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Land Division, anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2014-2015 (July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015).  The Division seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest form, (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2014-2015.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Qualified individuals interested in being considered for selection for appraisal services are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest within the time period specified below.  A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Appraisers from the same firm must submit separate statements. This application process is intended to pre-qualify applicants for consideration in the selection of appraisers for specific jobs during the coming fiscal year. 

The Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest for Appraisal Services (DLNR LAND DIVISION Form SoQ P-1) can be downloaded from Department of Land and Natural Resources web site:  http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1

SoQ Form P-1 requires applicants to provide relevant information including, but not limited to, the following:

1. Experience and professional qualifications relevant to real property   appraisals and/or appraisal consulting for acquisitions, land valuations,  lease rent reopenings, remnants, easements and market studies.

2. Past performance delivering appraisal services, including corrective actions   and other responses to notices of deficiencies regarding specific projects.

3. Appraisal certification or licensure in the State of Hawaii.

4. Number of years conducting appraisals in the State of Hawaii.

Please note that the SoQ form P-1 must be completely filled out and submitted in order for an applicant to be considered for the fiscal year 2014 - 2015 qualified real property appraiser list.  Additionally, applicants must:

1. Provide proof of licensure or certification in the State of Hawaii;

2. Not have had a contract cancelled for non-performance by DLNR-Land   Division within the period of July 1, 2012 through May 31, 2014.
  (Non-performance or cancelled contract reflects upon selection criteria #2   referenced below regarding past performance on appraisals of similar   nature for public and private industry, including corrective actions and other   responses to notices of deficiencies); and

3. Be registered and in compliance with Hawaii Compliance Express. 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

An original and 3 copies of:  (i) applicant’s letter of interest, (ii) completed Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest form, and (iii) proof of real property appraisal licensure or certification in the State of Hawaii must be received at DLNR Land Division, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 220, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, before 4:00 p.m. on June 13, 2014 in order to be considered for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014.  No late applications will be accepted.  Submittals must be mailed or hand delivered; submittals transmitted via electronic mail or facsimile will be not accepted.

Hand delivery addressed to:

DLNR/LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications
1151 Punchbowl Street, Rm. 220
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
or
U.S. Postal Service addressed to:

DLNR/LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications
P.O. Box 621
Honolulu, Hawaii 96809-0621

GENERAL INFORMATION

Under the requirements of §103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), professional services are subject to competitive selection.

Qualified List:  Qualified responders to this solicitation will be placed on a   list to provide such professional appraisal services and, as needs arise, will   be considered for selection in accordance with §103D-304, HRS. 
Confirmation of Receipt:  Confirmation of the professional service that the   applicant has been qualified for shall be emailed to applicant by
  July 1, 2014.

* SELECTION PROCESS FOR AWARDS TO QUALIFYING APPRAISERS

As projects arise, selection criteria specific to the project shall be established and employed to select an appraiser for the project.  A selection committee will review the submissions and evaluate them against the established criteria.  Criteria employed in descending order of importance are:

1) Experience and professional qualifications relevant to the appraisal type,  including state certified appraiser, historical work with similar appraisal   assignments, and knowledge of appropriate appraisal methodologies;

2) Past performance on similar appraisal assignments completed for public   and private industry, including public and private industry   recommendations, corrective actions, and any notices of default issued;

3) Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time; and

4) Other relevant criteria determined in writing by the selection committee to   be relevant to the DLNR Land Division needs or necessary and appropriate   to ensure full, open, and fair competition for professional appraisal services.

For more information or assistance, please contact Kent Allan Ma via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or by telephone at (808) 587-0456.

Contributions by State and County Contractors Prohibited - If awarded a contract in response to this solicitation, contractor agrees to comply with HRS §11-355, which states that campaign contributions are prohibited from a State and county government contractor during the term of the contract if the contractor is paid with funds appropriated by the legislative body between the execution of the contract through the completion of the contract.  For more information, contact the Campaign Spending Commission at (808) 586-0285 or visit:  http://hawaii.gov/campaign/


____________________________
William J. Aila, Jr., Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources

Date of Publication:  June 1, 2014

(SA629329 6/1/14)~


COUNTY OF HAWAI`I
NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

The FY 2014-15 Notice to Providers of Professional Services (HRS 103D-304) is available for download at: http://www.hawaiicounty.gov/fnpu-prof-srvcs.  Responses are to be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m. HST, June 30, 2014.  At that time, a list of qualified applicants will be established. Providers may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after the deadline and may be considered for projects.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440, facsimile: (808) 961-8248, or via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

      NANCY CRAWFORD
  Director of Finance

(SA627027   5/15/14)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2014, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant tothis Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past. Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas of practice.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.

Administrative Law Investments (eg. Hedge Funds, Private
Administrative Hearings Officer               Equity,  and Similar Specialties)
Antitrust Labor Law
Appellate Practice Law Enforcement (including Criminal
Aviation   Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions)
Bankruptcy/Receiverships/Insolvencies   Litigation
Business Law (including Contracts Law,    Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
Contracts Negotiation, and Probate Law, including Guardianships
Corporate Law)  Public Benefits Law (including ADA,
Cable Television                           § 504, Special Education, Public
Charities Regulation and Enforcement     Assistance)
Civil Litigation Public Financing (including Bond
Civil Rights   Counsel, Investment Banking, and
Collections   Financing Leases)
Complex Civil Litigation Public Utilities    
Constitutional Law Real Property (including Financing,
Consumer Law   Development, Subdivisions, Land
Employee Benefits   Use)
ERISA Securities Law (Securities/Class
Employment Law   Action)
Energy Law Taxation (including Enforcement and
Environmental Law   Collection of Hawaii Taxes, and
Estates and Trusts   Prosecution and Defense of
Federal Legislation   State Tax Appeals)
Financial Institutions/Banking   Telecommunications
Health Law (including Hospital   Time Share
  Management, and Mental Health)  Tort Law (including Products, Design, or
Immigration Law   Construction Liability, and
Information and Computer Technology Law   Professional Malpractice)
Insurance   Transportation Law  
Intellectual Property Water Law
International Trade Workers’ Compensation

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment/ or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 6, 2014, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2014, and ending June 30, 2015.

A statement received after June 6, 2014, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received between:      Will be considered beginning:

  June 7, 2014 - September 5, 2014               October 1, 2014
September 6, 2014 - December 5, 2014               January 1, 2015
  December 6, 2014 - March 6, 2015                April 1, 2015

(TGI617642   5/4/14)~


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE STATE OF HAWAII

Licensed attorneys who wish to provide legal services to the State for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2014, are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest to the Attorney General pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes §103D-304, as the need arises.

A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Attorneys from the same firm must submit separate statements.  Please submit your statement(s) to:  Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, Attention: David T. Moore, Administrative Services Manager.

In the past, we have contracted for legal services in the following areas of practice.  Attorneys may list other areas of practice but are limited to no more than three areas.

Administrative Law Investments (eg. Hedge Funds, Private
Administrative Hearings Officer               Equity,  and Similar Specialties)
Antitrust Labor Law
Appellate Practice Law Enforcement (including Criminal
Aviation   Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions)
Bankruptcy/Receiverships/Insolvencies   Litigation
Business Law (including Contracts Law,    Plaintiff’s Qui Tam
  Contracts Negotiation, and Probate Law, including Guardianships
  Corporate Law)  Public Benefits Law (including ADA,
Cable Television                           § 504, Special Education, Public
Charities Regulation and Enforcement     Assistance)
Civil Litigation Public Financing (including Bond
Civil Rights   Counsel, Investment Banking, and
Collections   Financing Leases)
Complex Civil Litigation Public Utilities    
Constitutional Law Real Property (including Financing,
Consumer Law   Development, Subdivisions, Land
Employee Benefits   Use)
ERISA Securities Law (Securities/Class
Employment Law   Action)
Energy Law Taxation (including Enforcement and
Environmental Law   Collection of Hawaii Taxes, and
Estates and Trusts   Prosecution and Defense of
Federal Legislation   State Tax Appeals)
Financial Institutions/Banking   Telecommunications
Health Law (including Hospital   Time Share
  Management, and Mental Health)  Tort Law (including Products, Design, or
Immigration Law   Construction Liability, and
Information and Computer Technology Law   Professional Malpractice)
Insurance   Transportation Law  
Intellectual Property Water Law
International Trade Workers’ Compensation

Statement forms are available at http://ag.hawaii.gov/employment/ or may be requested by telephone at (808) 586-1500.

Your completed statements must be postmarked or received by the Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General by Friday, June 6, 2014, to be eligible for consideration for the entire fiscal year commencing July 1, 2014, and ending June 30, 2015.

A statement received after June 6, 2014, will be considered a "late submittal" for the balance of the fiscal year as follows:

A late submittal received between:      Will be considered beginning:

    June 7, 2014 - September 5, 2014             October 1, 2014
  September 6, 2014 - December 5, 2014             January 1, 2015
    December 6, 2014 - March 6, 2015             April 1, 2015

(SA617053   5/4/14)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES
LAND DIVISION

The State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Land Division, anticipates the need for professional appraisal services for the fiscal year 2014-2015 (July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015).  The Division seeks properly licensed and qualified professional real property appraisers to submit the Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest form, (SoQ P-1), to provide appraisal services for various land valuations in the State of Hawaii during fiscal year 2014-2015.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Qualified individuals interested in being considered for selection for appraisal services are invited to submit a Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest within the time period specified below.  A new statement must be signed and submitted pursuant to this Notice, even if you submitted a statement in the past.  Appraisers from the same firm must submit separate statements. This application process is intended to pre-qualify applicants for consideration in the selection of appraisers for specific jobs during the coming fiscal year. 

The Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest for Appraisal Services (DLNR LAND DIVISION Form SoQ P-1) can be downloaded from Department of Land and Natural Resources web site:  http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/ld/forms/ld-soq-form-p1

SoQ Form P-1 requires applicants to provide relevant information including, but not limited to, the following:

1. Experience and professional qualifications relevant to real property   appraisals and/or appraisal consulting for acquisitions, land valuations,  lease rent reopenings, remnants, easements and market studies.

2. Past performance delivering appraisal services, including corrective actions   and other responses to notices of deficiencies regarding specific projects.

3. Appraisal certification or licensure in the State of Hawaii.

4. Number of years conducting appraisals in the State of Hawaii.

Please note that the SoQ form P-1 must be completely filled out and submitted in order for an applicant to be considered for the fiscal year 2014 - 2015 qualified real property appraiser list.  Additionally, applicants must:

1. Provide proof of licensure or certification in the State of Hawaii;

2. Not have had a contract cancelled for non-performance by DLNR-Land   Division within the period of July 1, 2012 through May 31, 2014.
  (Non-performance or cancelled contract reflects upon selection criteria #2   referenced below regarding past performance on appraisals of similar   nature for public and private industry, including corrective actions and other   responses to notices of deficiencies); and

3. Be registered and in compliance with Hawaii Compliance Express. 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE

An original and 3 copies of:  (i) applicant’s letter of interest, (ii) completed Statement of Qualifications and Expression of Interest form, and (iii) proof of real property appraisal licensure or certification in the State of Hawaii must be received at DLNR Land Division, 1151 Punchbowl Street, Room 220, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, before 4:00 p.m. on June 13, 2014 in order to be considered for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014.  No late applications will be accepted.  Submittals must be mailed or hand delivered; submittals transmitted via electronic mail or facsimile will be not accepted.

Hand delivery addressed to:

DLNR/LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications
1151 Punchbowl Street, Rm. 220
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
or
U.S. Postal Service addressed to:

DLNR/LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications
P.O. Box 621
Honolulu, Hawaii 96809-0621

GENERAL INFORMATION

Under the requirements of §103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), professional services are subject to competitive selection.

Qualified List:  Qualified responders to this solicitation will be placed on a   list to provide such professional appraisal services and, as needs arise, will   be considered for selection in accordance with §103D-304, HRS. 
Confirmation of Receipt:  Confirmation of the professional service that the   applicant has been qualified for shall be emailed to applicant by
  July 1,  2014.

* SELECTION PROCESS FOR AWARDS TO QUALIFYING APPRAISERS

As projects arise, selection criteria specific to the project shall be established and employed to select an appraiser for the project.  A selection committee will review the submissions and evaluate them against the established criteria. Criteria employed in descending order of importance are:

1) Experience and professional qualifications relevant to the appraisal type,  including state certified appraiser, historical work with similar appraisal   assignments, and knowledge of appropriate appraisal methodologies;

2) Past performance on similar appraisal assignments completed for public   and private industry, including public and private industry
  recommendations, corrective actions, and any notices of default issued;

3) Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time; and

4) Other relevant criteria determined in writing by the selection committee to   be relevant to the DLNR Land Division needs or necessary and appropriate   to ensure full, open, and fair competition for professional appraisal   services.

For more information or assistance, please contact Kent Allan Ma via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or by telephone at (808) 587-0456.

Contributions by State and County Contractors Prohibited - If awarded a contract in response to this solicitation, contractor agrees to comply with HRS §11-355, which states that campaign contributions are prohibited from a State and county government contractor during the term of the contract if the contractor is paid with funds appropriated by the legislative body between the execution of the contract through the completion of the contract.  For more information, contact the Campaign Spending Commission at (808) 586-0285 or visit:  http://hawaii.gov/campaign/



____________________________
William J. Aila, Jr., Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources

(SA624532 5/1/14)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Section 103D-304, the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC) anticipates the need for professional services in fiscal year 2015 (July 1, 2014 thru June 30, 2015) and hereby requests Statements of Qualifications from interested and qualified professionals able to provide the following services:


Accounting, including, but not   Professional Engineering
limited to, Financial  
Civil Engineering
  Feasibility Analyses  
Transportation/Traffic Engineering
  Architecture   Structural Engineering
Archivist   Geotechnical Engineering
  Auditing     Cost Engineering
  Community Planning     Environmental Engineering
  Computer Science, including,    Fire Protection Engineering
  but not limited to Information  
  General Engineering
  Technology Management and  
Computer Engineering,
  Geographic Information     including,  but not limited
  Systems   to Information Technology
Hydrology    Management and
Land Surveying   Geographic Information
Landscape Architecture    Systems
Real Property Appraisal   
   
 
Statements of Qualifications should include the following:
 
A letter of interest indicating the professional services in which the   person or firm is interested and qualified to provide, and a brief   summary about the person or firm and its qualifications;
 
A fully completed DPW Form 120 (revised 6/99), which may be   obtained from the State of Hawaii website at:    http://www.hawaii.gov/pwd/profsvcs or by faxing a request to   HHFDC at (808) 587-0600.  The Federal Standard Form 330 can be   submitted in lieu of the DPW Form 120;
 
Certification of Insurance or Insurability verifying that person or firm   has or is able to obtain the following insurance coverage:
   
Commercial General Liability (CGL)
   
$1,000,000 Each Occurrence
   
$2,000,000 General Aggregate
   
Automobile Liability
   
$1,000,000 Per Accident
   
Errors & Omissions (Professional Liability)
   
$1,000,000 Per Claim
   
$2,000,000 Annual Aggregate
 
Five (5) or more client references whom HHFDC may contact;
 
Brochures and similar promotional materials (optional); and
 
Any other relevant information or materials that the submitting person or   firm believes would be useful and pertinent in establishing its   qualifications to provide the types of services set forth above.

In accordance with HRS, Section 464-2, no person shall practice professional engineering, architecture, land surveying or landscape architecture in the State of Hawaii unless the person is duly licensed under this chapter or exempted by Sections 464-3 and 464-5.

Persons or firms that previously responded to HHFDC for similar solicitations notices by the State of Hawaii in the last two years will remain under consideration to provide professional services through June 2015, but are required to submit a letter of interest and written hard-copy updates of any information contained in those earlier submittals that may have changed by the date and time indicated below for new submittals.

Those persons and/or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required and described, should submit the following information listed above by 2:00 p.m., May 30, 2014 to:

Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
Attention: Beth Malvestiti
677 Queen Street, Suite 300
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Generally, submittal packages and formats provided to other public agencies in response to advertisements of a similar nature are acceptable, provided that the foregoing minimum requirements are met.  Late submittals will also be accepted, but may not receive the same consideration as timely submittals.


Janice Takahashi, Chief Planner
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation

(SA623090   4/25/14)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) anticipates the need for professional services during the fiscal year July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015 and is seeking qualified persons and/or firms to provide professional services in specified areas.  Interested parties are invited to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications.  As needs for services arise during the course of the fiscal year, OHA will look to the list of qualified applicants from which selection of contractors will be made.

The list of services anticipated to be needed and instructions for applying can be found on OHA’s Notice to Providers of Professional Services on the State Procurement Office website at hawaii.gov/spo and under Solicitations on OHA’s website at http://www.oha.org.  Copies of the notice can also be picked up at OHA’s office located at 560 N. Nimitz Hwy., Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawai`i during business hours.  All expressions of interest and statements of qualifications must be postmarked or delivered to OHA by 4:00 p.m., Monday, April 21, 2014.  Facsimiles, emails, and other forms of electronic submittals will not be accepted.  Inquiries regarding this notice can be directed to Gerald Honda at (808) 594-0273.

(SA611963   3/23/14)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

Various Departments and Agencies of the County of Hawai`i plan to use professional services in several categories of work during the fiscal year 2013-2014, beginning July 1, 2013.

Under the requirements of HRS Sec. 103D-304, such professional services are subject to competitive selection. Accordingly, interested parties are invited to submit statements of qualification and expressions of interest. Such statements shall include:

  (1)  The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and   location of all of its offices;
  (2)  The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the   past five years;
  (3)  he education, training, and qualifications of the individual, or if a   firm, its key employees;
  (4)  A list of recent projects and the names of up to five clients who may   be contacted, including at least two for whom services were   rendered during the preceding year; and
  (5)  Any promotional or descriptive literature which the individual or firm   desires to submit.

Although any County department or agency may utilize any particular service, in order to prevent duplication, providers of specific services are requested to submit the above to the listed individual below for each respective service they are interested in providing:

To be submitted to Warren H. W. Lee, Director, Department of Public Works, County of Hawai`i, Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720-4224 (email electronic submittals to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8937):
1)  Architecture
2)  Civil Engineering
3)  Civil Engineering (Geotechnical/Soils Engineering, requires a licensed   civil engineer)
4)  Civil Engineering (Traffic Engineering, including Traffic Calming, requires   a licensed civil engineer)
5)  Electrical Engineering
6)  General Engineering (Construction Management, requires a licensed   engineer)
7)  Land Surveying
8)  Landscape Architecture
9)  Mechanical Engineering
10)  Structural Engineering
11)  Structural Engineering (Failure Analysis, including Forensics, requires a   licensed engineer)
All professionals are required to include State form DPW-120 or equivalent Federal forms and provide a copy of the State of Hawai’i, Professional license number(s) and expiration date(s) for each licensed person referenced in their submittals.

To be submitted to Bobby Jean Leithead-Todd, Planning Director, Planning Department, County of Hawai`i, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 3, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720, via electronic transmission in pdf format on compact disk or email (no hard copies please). (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8288):
12)  Archaeology
13)  Botany (Botanical or Flora Survey)
14)  Community Planning (Community Planning Assistant: project   management support, community organizing, public participation)
15)  Community Planning (Community/Public Relations, Event Planning,  Visual Communications)
16)  Community Planning (Community/Regional Plans, General Plan)
17)  Community Planning (Environmental Planning, Environmental   Assessments, Environmental Impact Statements)
18)  Community Planning (Land Use Codes/Studies, Form Based Codes)
19)  Community Planning (Public Access Planning)
20)  Community Planning (Writer, Grant Writer)
21)  Economist/Social Science (Socio-Economic and Housing Studies)
22)  Community Planning (Land Use Hearing Officer: (Attorneys, Planners or   others with experience)
23)  Community Planning (Mediation Services: Attorneys or Professional with   experience)
24)  Plant Pathology/Plant Physiology/Forestry (Arborist)
25)  Wildlife Biology (Fauna Survey)

To be submitted to Dora Beck, Acting Director, Department of Environmental Management, County of Hawai`i, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720, via electronic transmission in pdf format on compact disk or email (preferred) (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8083):
26)  Environmental Engineering*
27)  Community Planning (Solid Waste, Recycling, Wastewater)
28)  General Education and Training (Community Outreach and Engagement)
29)  General Engineering/Fire Protection Engineering (Landfill Closure/Fire   Control Consultant)*
* All Engineering professionals shall include State Form DPW-120 or equivalent Federal form and provide a copy of the State of Hawaii, Professional license number(s) and expiration date(s) for each licensed person referenced in their submittals. Electronic submittals are acceptable.

To be submitted to Nancy E. Crawford, Director of Finance, County of Hawai`i, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: e.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8234):
30)  Auditing
31)  Attorney (Bond Counsel)
32)  Public Finance Bond Underwriting
33)  Public Finance Bond Underwriting (Market Absorption Consultant)
34)  Public Finance (Financial Advising)
35)  Accounting (Claims Adjuster)
36)  Auditing (Investigative Services)
37)  Accounting (Actuarial Services)
38)  Auditing (Arbitrage Compliance Consultant)
39)  Accounting (Accounting, Analysis, and Administration of Special   Financing Districts)
40)  Real Estate Broker & Salesperson (Land Agent)
41)  Real Property Appraisal (Real Estate Appraisal)
42)  Trustee (Trustee, Fiscal Agent, Paying Agent, Registrar)

To be submitted to Mr. Lincoln S. T. Ashida, Corporation Counsel, County of Hawai`i, 101 Aupuni Street, Suite 325, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720, (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8251):
43)  Attorney/Law (Civil Rights Defense)
44)  Attorney/Law (General Personal Injury Defense)
45)  Attorney/Law (Criminal Defense of Police Officers)
46)  Attorney/Law (Insurance Defense)
47)  Attorney/Law (Federal and State Tax Law)
48)  Attorney/Law (Worker’s Compensation Law)
49)  Attorney/Law (Constitutional Law)
50)  Attorney/Law (Public Sector Employment Law)
51)  Attorney/Law (Public Financing Law)
52)  Attorney/Law (Drafting of Legislation and Administrative Rules)
53)  Attorney/Law (Real Estate Law)
54)  Attorney (Land Use, Planning)
55)  Attorney/Law (Class Actions)
56)  Attorney/Law (Procurement)
57)  Attorney/Law (General Collections)
58)  Attorney/Law (Condemnation)
59)  Attorney/Law (Construction Litigation)

To be submitted to Mr. Donald Jacobs, Acting Director, Department of Information Technology, County of Hawai`i, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-932-2960):
60)  Computer Engineering (GIS Mapping/Programming Services)
61)  Computer Engineering (Computer Sciences - Custom Software   Development)
62)  Computer Engineering (Computer Sciences – Web Development and   Administration)
63)  Computer Engineering (Network Analysis)

To be submitted to Mr. Harry Kubojiri, Chief of Police, Hawai`i County Police Department, County of Hawai`i, 349 Kapiolani Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-2273):
64)  Psychology (Psychiatrists and or Psychologists) to perform psychological   evaluations.
65)  Nursing (Registered Nurses to provide services in sexual assault cases)
66)  Professional Engineering (System Design and Engineering) for Radio and   Microwave Communications Projects.

To be submitted to Clayton S. Honma, Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, County of Hawai`i, 101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8311):
67)  Dietitian and Nutritionist (Registered Dietitians)
68)  Veterinary (Veterinarians for Zoo Animals)
69)  Industrial Hygiene (Hazardous Materials Survey, Assessment & Planning)

To be submitted to Stephen J. Arnett, Administrator, Housing and Community Development, County of Hawai`i, 50 Wailuku Drive, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8379):
70)  General Engineering (Construction Inspector)
71)  General Engineering (Project Manager)
72)  Construction Management/Inspector
73)  Community Planning (Environmental Assessment)

To be submitted to Ronald K. Takahashi, Director of Human Resources, Department of Human Resources, County of Hawai`i, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 2, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8361):
74)  Auditing/Law (Workers Compensation Claims Adjusters, including   representation at hearings; Worker’s Compensation investigators)
75)  Nursing (Case Management Nurses)
76)  Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
77)  Safety Engineering (Safety Trainers)
78)  Safety Engineering (Safety Inspections)
79)  Educational and Vocational Training (Driver Trainer/Auditor-CDL & Non-  CDL; Heavy Equipment Operator Trainer-bulldozer,
  backhoe, boom truck, compactor, roller, grader and roll-on bin)

To be submitted to Mr. Darryl Oliveira, Civil Defense Administrator, County of Hawai`i, 920 Ululani Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-935-0031):
80)  Accounting (Grant Management)
81)  Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Hazard Mitigation   Specialist)
82)  Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Emergency Management)
83)  Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Domestic Preparedness   Training Coordinator/Project Manager)

To be submitted to Ms. Laverne Omori, Acting Director of Research & Development, County of Hawai`i, 25 Aupuni Street, Suite 1301, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8366):
84)  General Education and Training (Community Outreach and Engagement)
85)  General Education and Training (Facilitation, Strategic Planning and   Conflict Resolution)
86)  Economist/Social Science/Ecology (Sustainable Development/Energy)
87)  Community Planning (Community/Public Organizing and Participation)
88)  General Engineering (Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency)

To be submitted to Ms. Tiffany Kai, Administrator, Mass Transit Agency, County of Hawai`i, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai`i 96720 (email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), phone: 808-961-8343)
89)  Auditing (Taxicab Investigations)

Responses to this solicitation will be placed on file, and as needs arise, will be considered for selection, according to the requirements of the State Procurement Code. All County Departments and Agencies may use any of the lists in selection of providers of needed services.

Individuals or firms wishing to be considered for more than one category of service listed above must submit a copy for each individual professional service, with a cover letter for each clearly stating which discipline it is in application for.

Individuals or firms who have previously responded to any County of Hawai’i request for a statement of qualification and expression of interest must submit a new statement of qualification and expression of interest for each category of interest to be considered for projects arising during Fiscal Year 2013-2014.

Questions regarding this solicitation may be directed to Jeffrey E. Dansdill, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440, facsimile (808) 961-8248, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

All responses should be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m., June 30, 2013. At this time, the list of qualified applicants will be established. Interested parties may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after this deadline and may be considered for projects which are initiated after receipt of their submittal.

      NANCY CRAWFORD
      Director of Finance

Hawai`i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(SA521278   5/20/13)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), Section 103D-304, the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC) anticipates the need for professional services in fiscal year 2014 (July 1, 2013 thru June 30, 2014) and hereby requests Statements of Qualifications from interested and qualified professionals able to provide the following services:

  Accounting, including, but   Professional Engineering
        not imited to, Financial  
  Civil Engineering
        Feasibility Analyses  
  Transportation/Traffic Engineering
  Architecture     Structural Engineering
  Archivist     Geotechnical Engineering
  Auditing     Cost Engineering
  Community Planning     Environmental Engineering
  Computer Science, including,    Fire Protection Engineering
  but not limited to Information
  General Engineering
  Technology Management and
  Computer Engineering, including, but
  Geographic Information Systems   not limited to Information Technology
  Hydrology       Management and Geographic
  Land Surveying               Information Systems
  Landscape Architecture
  Real Property Appraisal

Statements of Qualifications should include the following:

  A letter of interest indicating the professional services in which the person or   firm is interested and qualified to provide, and a brief summary about the   person or firm and its qualifications;
  A fully completed DPW Form 120 (revised 6/99), which may be obtained   from the State of Hawaii website at: http://www.hawaii.gov/pwd/profsvcs   or by faxing a request to HHFDC at (808) 587-0600.  The Federal Standard   Form 330 can be submitted in lieu of the DPW Form 120;
Certification of Insurance or Insurability verifying that person or firm has or   is able to obtain the following insurance coverage:
Commercial General Liability (CGL)
 
$1,000,000 Each Occurrence
 
  $2,000,000 General Aggregate
  Automobile Liability
 
$1,000,000 Per Accident
Errors & Omissions (Professional Liability)
 
$1,000,000 Per Claim
 
$2,000,000 Annual Aggregate
Five (5) or more client references whom HHFDC may contact;
Brochures and similar promotional materials (optional); and
  Any other relevant information or materials that the submitting person or   firm believes would be useful and pertinent in establishing its   qualifications to provide the types of services set forth above.

In accordance with HRS, Section 464-2, no person shall practice professional engineering, architecture, land surveying or landscape architecture in the State of Hawaii unless the person is duly licensed under this chapter or exempted by Sections 464-3 and 464-5.

Persons or firms that previously responded to HHFDC for similar solicitations notices by the State of Hawaii in the last two years will remain under consideration to provide professional services through June 2014, but are required to submit a letter of interest and written hard-copy updates of any information contained in those earlier submittals that may have changed by the date and time indicated below for new submittals. 

Those persons and/or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required and described, should submit the following information listed above by 4:00 p.m., May 31, 2013 to:

Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
Attention: Beth Malvestiti
677 Queen Street, Suite 300
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Generally, submittal packages and formats provided to other public agencies in response to advertisements of a similar nature are acceptable, provided that the foregoing minimum requirements are met.  Late submittals will also be accepted, but may not receive the same consideration as timely submittals.

____________________________________
Karen Seddon, Executive Director
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation

(SA515154   5/1/13)~


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) anticipates the need for professional services during the fiscal year July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014 and is seeking qualified persons and/or firms to provide professional services in specified areas.  Interested parties are invited to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications.  As needs for services arise during the course of the fiscal year, OHA will look to the list of qualified applicants from which selection of contractors willbe made.

The list of services anticipated to be needed and instructions for applying can be found on OHA’s Notice to Providers of Professional Services on the State Procurement Office website at http://hawaii.gov/spo/notices.  Copies of the notice can also be picked up at OHA’s office at 711 Kapi`olani Blvd, Suite 500, Honolulu, Hawai`i during business hours.  All expressions of interest and statements of qualifications must be postmarked or delivered to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs by 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 19, 2013.  Facsimiles, e-mails, and other forms of electronic submittals will not be accepted.  Late submittals will be accepted but will be processed at a later date.  Inquiries regarding this notice can be directed to Gerald Honda at (808) 594-0273.

(SA503807   3/24/13)~


NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS
REQUEST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The City and County of Honolulu (City) is seeking professional services in the field of engineering for a General Engineering Consultant (GEC) to provide services related to elevated guideway engineering, rail station design, construction management oversight, scheduling, project financing and environmental planning for the Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project.  The successful firm must be licensed to do business in the State of Hawaii.  The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) third-party contracting requirements will apply to this contract.

The GEC contract will be supervised and overseen by the City Department of Transportation Services’ Rapid Transit Division (RTD).  The City anticipates that key GEC staff members will be assigned full-time and located in Honolulu.

For complete submittal requirements, interested parties must go to the City’s Purchasing Division website at http://www.honolulu.gov/pur/purconsultant.htm to view the notice for this procurement.

An original and seven copies of the submittal materials packet shall be submitted no later than October 5, 2009, 4:00 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time.

KENNETH T. HAMAYASU, Chief
Rapid Transit Division
Department of Transportation Services
City and County of Honolulu
(SB146928   9/9, 9/10, 9/13/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #X2-PROF-09/10)

The County of Kaua’i, under an exempt HRS 103D process (#12-SPO7-09/10), hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009-2010:

A. OFFICE OF THE MAYOR:

1. Services of a Professional State of Hawai’i Lobbyist Firm.

  Brief Description of professional service and qualifications required.
  Development of lobbying strategies for the County of Kaua’i to include identifying   funding opportunities working with and providing access to key decisions makers at   the State Legislature, testifying as need be on the County’s behalf, monitoring and   assessing programs of the State of Hawai’i to identify strategic opportunities related to   County priorities.  Assist with the review and/or drafting of submissions to the State   Legislature as necessary.  Responsible for regular status reports and other reports to   the County as required, and attend County Council meetings and public forums as   requested.

  Estimated cost:  $50,000.00

  Estimated Contract Time: One year

  Contact person:  Wallace Rezentes, Director of Finance, (808) 241-4205

The process for evaluation and award of a contract for professional services will be applied (HRS 103D-304).

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit a letter of interest, plus an original and four (4) copies of their resume to:
 
  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #X2-PROF-09/10)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes should include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#X2-PROF-09/10" on the cover page of   each resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume   is to be directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of   its offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education,  training, licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to   be involved, and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years   (including dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of   work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2)  for whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

  7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the   firm’s qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award:  http://kauai.gov  ;follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.
 
Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), September 21, 2009.  Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.

      Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
      County of Kauai
(SB146583   9/4/09)
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NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS
REQUEST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The City and County of Honolulu (City) is seeking professional services in the field of engineering for a Project Management Support Consultant (PMSC) to provide support services in the areas of elevated guideway engineering, rail station design, construction management, general project management, environmental planning, and federal programmatic requirements for the Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project.  The successful firm must be licensed to do business in the State of Hawaii.

The PMSC contract will be supervised and overseen by the City Department of Transportation Services’ Rapid Transit Division (RTD).  The City anticipates that key PMSC staff members will be embedded with RTD in a consolidated project office.  The embedded PMSC staff members will function as an extension of RTD staff and will train City staff to ensure continued technical capacity and capability.

For complete submittal requirements, interested parties must go to the City’s Purchasing Division website at http://www.honolulu.gov/pur/pmscad.pdf to view the notice for this procurement.

An original and seven copies of the submittal materials packet shall be submitted no later than Friday, September 11, 2009, 4:00 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time.

KENNETH T. HAMAYASU, Chief
Rapid Transit Division
Department of Transportation Services
City and County of Honolulu
(SB143680   8/21, 8/23, 8/24/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #2-PROF-09/10)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009 - 2010:

A. DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL:

1.  Drug and alcohol testing/Medical Review Officer services (Biological   Sciences - Toxicology). Conduct workplace drug and alcohol testing services in   accordance with all legal requirements such as but not limited to privacy, chain of   custody, reporting, random selection services, job site collection services, for safety   sensitive positions, positions requiring DOT drug collections (CDL) and breath alcohol,  positions which do not require a CDL, and pre-employment drug testing. For CDL and   safety sensitive positions, testing services must be provided by a certified laboratory   meeting the established federal guidelines.  For other positions, testing services must   be provided by a licensed medical laboratory which meets the requirements   established by the State of Hawaii.  Interested firms must have at least five (5) years   of experience in this field, meet all of the laboratory certification requirements, and   submit a listing of companies from the State of Hawaii with which this service has   been provided.

  Estimated Cost: Cost will depend on usage.  Employee cost to be paid by the   respective county departments/agencies.  Applicant cost to be paid by individual.
  Estimated Contract Term: 1 year

  2. Substance abuse professional services (Social Science, Psychology and   Welfare).  Counseling and assessment services for employees who test positive in   connection with established drug and alcohol testing program. Services provided on   an as needed basis, seven days per week, 24 hours per day on Kauai.  Interested   parties must have on staff at least two certified substance abuse professionals or   equivalent personnel such as but not limited to social workers, psychologists,  psychiatrists, etc.  Interested persons or firms must have at least (5) years of   experience in this field and submit a listing of companies from the State of Hawaii   with which this service has been provided.

  Estimated Cost:  Cost will depend on usage.  All authorized costs associated with   this service shall be paid by the respective county department/agency.
  Estimated Contract Term: 1 year

  Contact Person:  Malcolm C. Fernandez, Director; or Verna Bacarro, 241-4959.

B. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING DIVISION:

1. Planning and design services for offices within the Piikoi Building.  Development of plans, specifications, contract documents and construction cost   estimate for the design of the vacant space within the Piikoi Building of the Lihu’e   Civic Center for administrative offices of the County of Kaua’i Fire Department,  structure for a new mezzanine and general offices.

  Qualifications Required: registered professional architect, licensed in the State of   Hawai’i with a minimum of 10 years experience in the design of office spaces, internal   renovations, structural steel and related State of Hawai’i licensed support engineering   and a minimum of 5 years experience in the preparation and securing of permit,  procurement and related documents for state and county government work

  Estimated Cost:  $ 450,000.00
  Contract Duration:  180 calendar days.

  Contact:  Ken Teshima phone: (808) 241-4992.

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit one (1) original and four (4) copies of a letter of interest and resume to:
 
  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #2-PROF-09/10)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes should include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#2-PROF-09/10" on the cover page of   each resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume   is to be directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of   its offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education,  training, licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to   be involved, and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years   (including dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of   work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2)  for whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

  7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the   firm’s qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award:  http://kauai.gov ; follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.
 
Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Thursday, August 13, 2009.  Late submissions will be returned. Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.

      Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
      County of Kauai
(SB137631 7/24/09)
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NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS
(Chapter 103D, HRS)

Job No. {09-10/P-10}

The County of Maui, Department of Planning - Current Division, is requesting consultants with experience and expertise in coastal processes, to provide detailed proposals for updating the Annual Erosion Hazard Rate Maps for sections of the shoreline on the island of Maui.

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the services may obtain a "Scope of Work" by calling the Department of Finance, Purchasing Division at (808) 249-2403, or by writing or visiting the following address:

County of Maui
Department of Finance
Purchasing Division
2145 Wells Street, Suite 104 (Wells Street Professional Center)
Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96793

Consultants should request the following document:

Request for Proposals - Scope of Work
Updated Shoreline Erosion Maps for the Island of Maui

Any inquiries can be directed to Thorne Abbott, Coastal Planner, at (808) 270-7520 or by email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Detailed proposals for updating the Annual Erosion Hazard Rate Maps for the Department of Planning are to be submitted to the Department of Finance, Purchasing Division, 2145 Wells Street, Suite 104 (Wells Street Professional Center), Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96793, Attention: Bid Receiver, no later than 4:00 p.m. on THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 2009.
 
                               
      /s/KALBERT YOUNG
      DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
(SB136538   7/21/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY FUND PROJECT
(#4-PROF.fedaid-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kaua`i hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009 - 2010:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ROAD CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE DIV.

`OPAEKA`A BRIDGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT
FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY FUNDED PROJECT
DISTRICT OF KAPA`A, ISLAND OF KAUA`I

The County of Kaua`i is seeking professional services to prepare plans and specifications for repair, rehabilitation, restoration and/or replacement of the existing steel truss bridge.  Work will include environmental assessment, preliminary engineering, permitting, construction plans, specifications, and estimates and technical support of right-of-way acquisitions.  Services will include community outreach and resolution of conflicts by application of context sensitive solution approach.

INTERESTED PARTIES MUST CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR AN INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS PACKET CONTAINING DETAILED PROJECT AND/OR SITE INFORMATION, THE SCOPE OF WORK, SPECIFIC INFORMATION THAT MUST BE CONTAINED IN THE CONSULTANTS RESPONSE TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND THE EVALUATION FACTORS THAT WILL BE USED IN THE SELECTION PROCESS:

DIVISION OF PURCHASING
4444 RICE STREET, RM 303
LIHU`E, HI 96766
ATTENTION: #4-PROF.fedaid-08/09

PHONE:  (808) 241-4288

FAX:  (808) 241-6297

Questions should be directed to Ryan Nishikawa, phone:(808)241-4845.

Consultants who are interested in providing the professional services listed herein shall submit their response in accordance with the instructions provided in the Information Packet to:

  Director of Finance
  (#4-PROF.fedaid-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihu`e, HI   96766

ATTENTION: `OPAEKA`A BRIDGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM, August 14, 2009.

The County of Kaua`i, acting by and through the Department of Public Works in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.


  Director of Finance
(SB135256   7/14.09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY FUNDED PROJECT
(#3-PROF.fedaid-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kaua`i hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009 - 2010:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ROAD CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE DIV.

PU`U`OPAE BRIDGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT
FEDERAL AID PROJECT NO. BR-0700(59)
DISTRICT OF KAPA`A, ISLAND OF KAUA`I

The County of Kaua`i is seeking professional services to prepare plans and specifications for repair/replacement of the existing steel truss bridge at Pu`u`opae Road crossing Pu`u`opae Stream.  Work will include environmental assessment, preliminary engineering, permitting, construction plans, specifications, and estimates and technical support of right-of-way acquisitions.  Services will include community outreach and resolution of conflicts by application of context sensitive solution approach.
 
INTERESTED PARTIES MUST CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR AN INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS PACKET CONTAINING DETAILED PROJECT AND/OR SITE INFORMATION, THE SCOPE OF WORK, SPECIFIC INFORMATION THAT MUST BE CONTAINED IN THE CONSULTANTS RESPONSE TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND THE EVALUATION FACTORS THAT WILL BE USED IN THE SELECTION PROCESS:

DIVISION OF PURCHASING
4444 RICE STREET, RM 303
LIHUE, HI 96766
  ATTENTION: #3-PROF.fedaid-08/09

PHONE:  (808) 241-4288

FAX:  (808) 241-6297

Questions should be directed to Ryan Nishikawa, phone:(808)241-4845.

Consultants who are interested in providing the professional services listed herein shall submit their response in accordance with the instructions provided in the Information Packet to:

  Director of Finance
  (#3-PROF.fedaid-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihu`e, HI   96766

ATTENTION: PU`U`OPAE BRIDGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM, August 14, 2009.

The County of Kauai, acting by and through the Department of Public Works in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.

      Director of Finance
(SB135255   7/14/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY FUND PROJECT
(#2-PROF.fedaid-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kaua`i hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009 - 2010:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ROAD CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE DIV.

HANAPEPE BRIDGE REPAIRS, PROJECT NO. BR- 0545(001)
DISTRICT OF WAIMEA, ISLAND OF KAUA`I

The County of Kaua`i is seeking professional services to prepare plans and specifications for repairs of cracks and spalls on the Hanapepe Bridge girders, soffit, abutments, and piers and for the repair/replacement of the pedestrian walkway crossing Hanapepe Bridge on Hanapepe Road.  Work will include environmental assessment, preliminary engineering, permitting, construction plans, specifications, and estimates. Services will include community outreach and resolution of conflicts by application of context sensitive solution approach.

INTERESTED PARTIES MUST CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR AN INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS PACKET CONTAINING DETAILED PROJECT AND/OR SITE INFORMATION, THE SCOPE OF WORK, SPECIFIC INFORMATION THAT MUST BE CONTAINED IN THE CONSULTANTS RESPONSE TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND THE EVALUATION FACTORS THAT WILL BE USED IN THE SELECTION PROCESS:

DIVISION OF PURCHASING
4444 RICE STREET, RM 303
LIHUE, HI 96766
ATTENTION: #2-PROF.fedaid-08/09

PHONE:  (808) 241-4288

FAX:  (808) 241-6297

Questions should be directed to Ryan Nishikawa, phone:(808)241-4845.

Consultants who are interested in providing the professional services listed herein shall submit their response in accordance with the instructions provided in the Information Packet to:

  Director of Finance
  (#2-PROF.fedaid-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihu`e, HI   96766

ATTENTION: HANAPEPE BRIDGE REPAIRS

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM, August 14, 2009.

The County of Kaua`i, acting by and through the Department of Public Works in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.

      Director of Finance
(SB135254   7/14/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY FUNDED PROJECT
(#5-PROF.fedaid-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kaua`i hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009 - 2010:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ROAD CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE DIV.

KAPAHI BRIDGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT
FEDERAL AID PROJECT NO. BR-0700(53)
DISTRICT OF KAPA`A, ISLAND OF KAUA`I

The County of Kaua`i is seeking professional services to prepare plans and specifications for repair, rehabilitation, restoration and/or replacement of the existing wooden Kapahi Bridge.  Work will include environmental assessment, preliminary engineering, permitting, construction plans, specifications, and estimates and technical support of right-of-way acquisitions.  Services will include community outreach and resolution of conflicts by application of context sensitive solution approach.

INTERESTED PARTIES MUST CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR AN INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS PACKET CONTAINING DETAILED PROJECT AND/OR SITE INFORMATION, THE SCOPE OF WORK, SPECIFIC INFORMATION THAT MUST BE CONTAINED IN THE CONSULTANTS RESPONSE TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND THE EVALUATION FACTORS THAT WILL BE USED IN THE SELECTION PROCESS:

DIVISION OF PURCHASING
4444 RICE STREET, RM 303
LIHU`E, HI 96766
ATTENTION: #5-PROF.fedaid-08/09

PHONE:  (808) 241-4288

FAX:  (808) 241-6297

Questions should be directed to Ryan Nishikawa, phone:(808)241-4845.

Consultants who are interested in providing the professional services listed herein shall submit their response in accordance with the instructions provided in the Information Packet to:

  Director of Finance
  (#5-PROF.fedaid-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihu`e, HI   96766

ATTENTION: KAPAHI BRIDGE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM, August 14, 2009.

The County of Kaua`i, acting by and through the Department of Public Works in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.

      Director of Finance
(SB135252   7/14/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Pursuant to Chapter 103D, HRS, the Kauai County Department of Water anticipates the need to engage the following professional services.  Those determined to be qualified to provide the requested professional services shall be placed on a list for a one-year period.  The requested services include, but are not limited to:

Special Counsel Services: Qualified attorneys licensed in the State of Hawaii who can provide advice, counsel, and/or representation in civil matters including, but not limited to: administrative law, contract law, construction law, eminent domain, torts, workers compensation.
     
Fiscal:  Financial services to conduct a financial audit of the transactions, accounts and books of the Department of Water and an examination of the Department’s internal control structure for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2010, June 30, 2011, and June 30, 2012.  Financial analysis services for financial management planning including a water rate analysis and a Facilities Reserve Charge Study.

Other financial services, such as computer software system analysis and procedures; integration and training for billing and financial systems; financial and budgetary reporting, analysis and formatting; automation of timekeeping process.

Engineering:  Civil, architectural, mechanical, electrical, and industrial engineering for waterworks facilities and other work relating to:
A. construction management and engineering project management;
B. planning and design for the drilling and testing of water wells, surface water treatment facilities, construction of water tanks, water transmission and distribution mains, and evaluation of water quality issues related to merging of surface water and groundwater systems;
C. outfitting of water facilities with new or renovated deepwell production-pumps, booster pumps, water tank electrical controls, SCADA, instrumentation and piping;
D. planning, design and construction management for waterworks facilities site improvements, including structures,  landscaping, fencing and pavement, portable generator shelters;
E. inspection, repair, recoating, renovating and replacement of buildings, waterworks facilities (deepwell sites, tunnel sources, tanks, pump stations, pipelines and controls), and development of maintenance management programs for fixed facilities (valves, fire hydrants, pump station etc.) and mobile equipment;
F. leak detection;
G. design, install, inspect, and repair of corrosion control-systems;
I. water meter analyses, repair and testing services;
J. thermographic inspection of electrical systems.

Project No. PLH-39b, Department of Water’s Office and Baseyard Expansion.  Provide professional services to conduct and prepare a Master Plan for the development of a vacant property adjacent to the existing Department of Water’s Pua Loke Complex.  Services include corresponding to governmental agencies in the effort to transfer ownership of the vacant property from the County of Kauai to the County of Kauai Board of Water Supply; work with the Department to ascertain the physical needs for the expansion such as new structures, work spaces, parking, etc.; develop conceptual plans for the required infrastructure such as power, water and wastewater disposal, determine the permitting and environmental permitting required for the development project, etc.

Land appraisal services for Kukuiolono Tank, East Kilauea Tank and Well, Hanalei Tank, Haena Steel Tank, access road and Wainiha Well No. 4, Koloa Tank, Kalaheo Nursery Tank, lands adjacent to Ornellas and the former Spillner Tank sites, Kilauea Well No. 3 (Puu Pane Tank Site) and Pua Loke Baseyard Improvements and other sites.  Provide Land Survey services as needed.

Water Resources and Planning:  Hydraulic Model Maintenance and Support Services:  Professional engineering and computer system services for hydraulic model maintenance and support to include review and update of existing and new water system facilities, water system service areas/pressure zones, consumer demand information, system calibration, formal training and on-call support.

GIS Implementation Support Services:  Engineering, planning, computer GIS analysis services.  The work shall include research and development requirements and the design and development of a Geographic Information System that will be used in displaying and linking information for water system facilities (i.e. water meter, fire hydrant, valve and pipe distribution system), service area/pressure zones, customer/billing service information, water meter application and building permit request, customer agreement processing, capital improvement project information and hydraulic model support.

Computer System Services:  Provide professional support services for the maintenance, management and up-dating of the Department’s existing Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) utilizing Four Winds MPET software.

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Services:  Provide professional, system integrator and technician services and for the Department’s existing SCADA system.  Professional services include a Network Engineer to inspect all network equipment for proper operation and software upgrade requirements; verify historical data collection and report generation for proper operation; perform administrative tasks associated with maintaining the various servers.  Field Service Engineers to inspect each remote site to verify the integrity of the equipment including, calibrate instruments to return instruments to proper operation and valid routing tables, verify Frame Relay connection and check for efficient operation.  Provide technical support services as needed.

Those interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest together with a single copy of a statement of qualifications (SOQ) to Mr. David Craddick, Manager & Chief Engineer, Kauai County Department of Water, P.O. Box 1706 or 4398 Pua Loke Street, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766.  Questions may be directed to Ms. Emi Tanihiro at (808) 245-5409.

SOQs should identify the area(s) of professional services provided by the proposer, and include a description of the proposer’s firm and the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members, with supporting data and information as they relate to the proposed subject-matter areas.  Use of Federal Form SF 330 or State Form DPW 120 with supplemental information, where appropriate, is encouraged.  SOQ’s should include, but not be limited to, the following information:

A. the name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices;
B. the age of the firm and its average number of employees for the past five years;
C. the education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
D. the education, training, and qualifications of key members of the associate firms for subcontracted work;
E. the names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for whom services have been rendered during the preceding year;
F. any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit and
G. submit Quality Assurance Procedures

Expressions of interest, SOQs, and accompanying information must be received by the Department of Water no later than 4:00 p.m., July 30, 2009.  Fax or electronic transmittals will not be accepted.
(SB132300   6/26/09)
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NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS
INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI´I

  The University of Hawai´i hereby invites licensed attorneys to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications to provide legal services on a contract basis as the need arises for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2009.
 
  At minimum, the University anticipates the need to contract for legal services in the following areas:

Administrative Law Family Law Procurement Law
Admiralty Federal Government Product Liability
Antitrust   Contracting Public Financing, including
Appellate Practice Federal Legislation     Bond Counsel, Lease
Aviation Federal-State Relations Financing
Banking Fiduciary Duties Public Records Law
Bankruptcy   and Relationships Public Meeting Law
Cable Television Hospital/Health Law Public Utilities
Civil Rights Immigration Real Property
Collections Information and Rule Drafting
Commercial Law   Computer Technology Securities Law
Complex Civil Litigation Insurance Law Surety Law
Constitutional Law Intellectual Property State Legislation
Construction Law International Law Taxation
Contract Law Labor Law Telecommunications
Defamation Land Use, including Zoning Torts
Eminent Domain Landlord/Tenant Transportation Law
Employment Law Maritime Unfair & Deceptive Acts
Energy Law Medical Malpractice Water Rights
Environmental Law Military Law Workers’ Compensation
Estates & Trusts Negligent Misrepresentation
 
Attorneys interested in being retained to provide legal services in these areas, or any other area of practice which an attorney wishes to suggest might be needed, should submit a letter of interest together with a statement of qualifications which includes the following information:

  1. The name, business address, telephone and fax number(s), and e-mail address of the   attorney.

  2. The name of the law firm with which the attorney is affiliated, if any, the number of   years the attorney has been with the firm, whether the attorney is a partner,  shareholder or employee of the firm, and what, if any, special practice units are part of   the firm.

  3. A summary of the attorney’s educational and employment background.

  4. The jurisdictions (state and courts) in which the attorney is licensed and authorized to   practice.

  5. A brief description of other staff and facilities available to the attorney, including   secretarial and paralegal support, and other attorneys.

  6. The range of hourly rates charged by the attorney, and a summary of the types and   amounts of costs charged by the firm.

  7. The area(s) of practice in which the attorney is interested in being retained with a brief   summary of the attorney’s experience and types of cases/matters the attorney has   handled.

  Letters of interest and statements of qualifications should be sent to:

  Director
  Office of Procurement and Real Property Management
  1400 Lower Campus Road, Room 15
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
 
  Attorneys from the same firm wishing to be considered must submit separate statements.
 
  There is no deadline for submission.  The University conducts a continuous recruitment for the aforementioned legal services.

  All questions pertaining to this solicitation may be directed to Mr. Kurt Minato, telephone (808) 956-7159.

    David McClain
    President, University of Hawai’i
(SB130802 6/22/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS §103D-304)

The Office of the Legislative Auditor (OLA), County of Hawai’i, anticipates during fiscal year 2009-2010 the need for Professional Services in Accounting (Auditing and Forensic Auditing) and Law (Attorney Services).

Submittal Requirements for Providers of Services
Interested parties are invited to contact Ms. Maxinne Pacheco, from the Office of the Legislative Auditor. County of Hawai’i, at 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720, or call (808) 961-8386 to receive a packet of forms for submittal of statements of qualification and expressions of interest.

To be submitted to Ms. Colleen Schrandt, Legislative Auditor, County of Hawai’i, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720 or via electronic mail at l.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address):

Accounting (Auditing)
Accounting (Forensic Auditing)

Law (Attorney Services)
Law/Attorney services include:
Administrative Law Health Law
Antitrust   Information and Computer Technology
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Insurance
Business Law, including   Intellectual Property
  Contract Law, Contract Labor
  Negotiation, and Corporate Law Law Enforcement
Civil Rights   Maritime Law
Constitutional Law Public Benefits Law, including ADA
Condemnation Law Public Financing, including Bond Counsel,
Construction Law     Investment Banking and
Criminal Law       Financing Leases
Employee Benefits Public Utilities Law
Employment Law Real Property, including Financing,
Energy Law     Development, Subdivisions, and
Environmental Law, including     Land Use
  Clean Water Act, Clean Tax  
  Air Act, HEPA/NEPA,  Telecommunications
  Regulatory Compliance and Tort Law, including Products, Design,
  Enforcement, Solid Waste     or Construction Liability, and
  Management, Environmental     Professional Malpractice
  Attributes, and Storm Water Transportation Law, including Mass Transit,
  Management       Transit Financing, and Land Use
Federal Legislation Water Law
Government Contracts and Procurement, Worker’s Compensation
  including Federal Procurement
  Government Ethics
   
Project Specific Solicitations
At the discretion of the OLA, certain projects may be advertised on a project-specific basis.  In that event, a new solicitation for professional services, independent of this solicitation, will be published and interested parties shall respond to these solicitations in the manner specified in the legal notice.

All responses should be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m., June 30, 2009.  At this time, the list of qualified applicants will be established.  Interested parties may submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after this deadline and may be considered for projects which are initiated after receipt of their submittal.
(SB130653   6/19/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

Various Departments and Agencies of the County of Hawai’i plan to use professional services in several categories of work during the fiscal year 2009-2010, beginning July 1, 2009.

Under the requirements of HRS Sec. 103D-304, such professional services are subject to competitive selection.  Accordingly, interested parties are invited to submit statements of qualification and expressions of interest.  Such statements shall include:

  (1) The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of   its offices;

  (2)  The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;

  (3)  The education, training, and qualifications of the individual, or if a firm, its key   employees;

  (4)  A list of recent projects and the names of up to five clients who may be contacted,  including at least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and

  (5)  Any promotional or descriptive literature which the individual or firm desires to   submit.

Although any County department or agency may utilize any particular service, in order to prevent duplication, providers of specific services are requested to submit the above to the listed individual below for each respective service they are interested in providing:
 
To be submitted to Warren H. W. Lee, Director, Department of Public Works, County of Hawai’i, Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street,  Suite 7, Hilo, Hawaii 96720-4224:
  1)  Architecture
  2)  Civil Engineering
  3)  Civil Engineering (Geotechnical/Soils Engineering, requires a licensed civil engineer)
  4)  Civil Engineering (Traffic Engineering, including Traffic Calming, requires a licensed   civil engineer)
  5)  Electrical Engineering
  6)  General Engineering (Construction Management, requires a licensed engineer)
  7)  Land Surveying
  8)  Landscape Architecture
  9)  Mechanical Engineering
  10) Structural Engineering
  11) Structural Engineering (Failure Analysis, including Forensics, requires a licensed   engineer)
All professionals are required to include State form DPW-120 or equivalent Federal forms and provide a copy of the State of Hawai’i, Professional license number(s) and expiration date(s) for each person referenced in their submittals.

To be submitted to Bobby Jean Leithead-Todd, Planning Director, Planning Department, County of Hawai’i, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 3, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
  12) Archaeology
  13) Botany (Botanical Survey)
  14) Community Planning (Community Planning Assistant/Project Management Support-  community organizing, public participation)
  15) Community Planning (Community/Public Relations/Event Planning)
  16) Community Planning (Community/Regional Development Plans/General Plan)
  17) Community Planning (Environmental Assessment/Environmental Impact Statement   Preparation for NEPA and HRS Chapter 343)
  18) Community Planning (Land Use Planning, Environmental Planning, Public Access)
  19) Community Planning (Writer)
  20) Economist/Social Science (Socio-Economic and Housing Studies)
  21) Attorney (Land Use Hearing Officer (Attorneys or Planners) with experience)
  22) Attorney (Mediation Services (Attorneys or Professional) with experience)
  23) Plant Pathology/Plant Physiology/Forestry (Arborist)
  23) Wildlife Biology (Fauna Survey)
    24) Attorney (Land Use/Planning)

To be submitted to Lono A. Tyson, Director, Department of Environmental Management, County of Hawai’i, 25 Aupuni Street, Room 210, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
  24) Environmental Engineering*
  25) Community Planning (Solid Waste, Recycling, Wastewater)
  26) Education Program/Education Services
  27) General Engineering/Fire Protection Engineering (Landfill Closure/Fire Control   Consultant)*
* Engineering professionals shall include State Form DPW-120 or equivalent Federal form with their submittals.

To be submitted to Nancy E. Crawford, Director of Finance, County of Hawai’i, 25 Aupuni Street, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
  28) Auditing
  29) Attorney (Bond Counsel)
  30) Public Finance Bond Underwriting
  31) Public Finance Bond Underwriting (Market Absorption Consultant)
  32) Public Finance (Financial Advising)
  33) Accounting (Claims Adjuster)
  34) Auditing (Investigative Services)
  35) Accounting (Actuarial Services)
  36) Auditing (Arbitrage Compliance Consultant)
  37) Accounting (Accounting, Analysis, and Administration of Special Financing Districts)
  38) Real Estate Broker & Salesperson (Land Agent)
  39) Real Property Appraisal (Real Estate Appraisal)
  40) Trustee (Trustee, Fiscal Agent, Paying Agent, Registrar)

To be submitted to Mr. Lincoln S. T. Ashida, Corporation Counsel, County of Hawai’i, 101 Aupuni Street, Suite 325, Hilo, Hawaii 96720, or via email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address):
  41) Attorney/Law (Civil Rights Defense)
  42) Attorney/Law (General Personal Injury Defense)
  43) Attorney/Law (Criminal Defense of Police Officers)
  44) Attorney/Law (Insurance Defense)
  45) Attorney/Law (Federal and State Tax Law)
  46) Attorney/Law (Worker’s Compensation Law)
  47) Attorney/Law (Constitutional Law)
  48) Attorney/Law (Public Sector Employment Law)
  49) Attorney/Law (Public Financing Law)
  50) Attorney/Law (Drafting of Legislation and Administrative Rules)
  51) Attorney/Law (Real Estate Law)

To be submitted to Mr. Burt Tsuchiya, Director, Data Systems Department, County of Hawaii, 25 Aupuni Street, Room 102, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
  52) Computer Engineering (GIS Mapping/Programming Services)
  53) Computer Engineering (Computer Sciences - Custom Software Development)
  54) Computer Engineering (Computer Sciences - Web Development and Administration)
  55) Computer Engineering (Network Analysis)

To be submitted to Mr. Harry Kubojiri, Chief of Police, Hawai’i County Police Department, County of Hawaii, 349 Kapiolani Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
  56) Psychology (Psychiatrists and or Psychologists) to perform psychological evaluations.
  57) Nursing (Registered Nurses to provide services in sexual assault cases)
  58) Professional Engineering (System Design and Engineering) for Radio and Microwave   Communications Projects.

To be submitted to Robert A. Fitzgerald, Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, County of Hawaii, 101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
  59) Dietitian and Nutritionist (Registered Dietitians)
  60) Veterinary (Veterinarians for Zoo Animals)
  61) Industrial Hygiene (Hazardous Materials Survey, Assessment & Planning)

To be submitted to Stephen J. Arnett, Administrator, Housing and Community Development, County of Hawai’i, 50 Wailuku Drive, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
  62) General Engineering (Construction Inspector)
  63) General Engineering (Project Manager)
  64) Construction Management/Inspector
  65) Community Planning (Environmental Assessment)

To be submitted to Michael R. Ben, Director of Human Resources, Department of Human Resources, Suite 2, 101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
  66) Auditing/Law (Workers Compensation Claims Adjusters, including representation at   hearings)
  67) Nursing (Case Management Nurses)
  68) Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
  69) Safety Engineering (Safety Trainers/Safety Inspections)
  70) Law (Court Reporting Services)
  71) General Health Science (Substance Abuse Professional)

To be submitted to Mr. Quince Mento, Civil Defense Administrator, 920 Ululani Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
  72) Accounting (Grant Management)
  73) Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Hazard Mitigation Specialist)
  74) Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Emergency Management)
  75) Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Domestic Preparedness Training   Coordinator/Project Manager)

To be submitted to Mr. Randall M. Kurohara, Director of Research & Development, 25 Aupuni Street, Room 109, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
  76) General Education and Training (Community Outreach and Engagement)
  77) General Education and Training (Facilitation, Strategic Planning and Conflict   Resolution)
  78) Economist/Social Science/Ecology (Sustainable Development)

Responses to this solicitation will be placed on file, and as needs arise, will be considered for selection, according to the requirements of the State Procurement Code.  All County Departments and Agencies may use any of the lists in selection of providers of needed services.

Individuals or firms wishing to be considered for more than one category of service listed above must submit a copy for each individual professional service, with a cover letter for each clearly stating which discipline it is in application for.

Individuals or firms who have previously responded to any County of Hawai’i request for a statement of qualification and expression of interest must submit a new statement of qualification and expression of interest for each category of interest to be considered for projects arising during Fiscal Year 2009-2010.

Questions regarding this solicitation may be directed to Gilbert Benevides, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440, facsimile (808) 961-8248, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Individuals or firms may contact the listed Department Heads to inquire about electronic/email submissions.  Individual departments shall determine suitability of this type of submittal(s) accordingly.

All responses should be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m., June 30, 2009.  At this time, the list of qualified applicants will be established.  Interested parties may still submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after this deadline and may be considered for projects which are initiated after receipt of their submittal.
     
      NANCY E. CRAWFORD        
      Director of Finance

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(SB130496   6/19/09)

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NOTICE TO CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING AUDIT AND ACCOUNT SERVICES TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI´I

The University of Hawai’i is seeking audit and accounting services for the University of Hawai´i for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2009.  The University is inviting certified public accountants to submit statements of qualifications and letters of interest for evaluation and inclusion on a list of certified public accountants qualified to provide audit and accounting service to the University of Hawai´i.

Thereafter, whenever circumstances require, the University of Hawai´i will select certified public accountants from the resulting pre-qualified list to provide audit and accounting services.

Professionals interested in being considered for selection are invited to submit a letter of interest and completed Statement of Qualifications, OPRPM FORM 154, to:

  University of Hawai’i
  Office of Procurement and Real Property Management
  1400 Lower Campus Road, Room 15
  Honolulu, Hawai’i 96822

All interested certified public accountants must submit the OPRPM FORM 154 with their letter of interest regardless of whether the form was submitted in response to a prior notice.  There is no deadline for submission of the OPRPM FORM 154.  The University conducts a continuous recruitment for the aforementioned professional services.  Certified public accountants submitting their letter of interest and OPRPM FORM 154 after the start of the fiscal year may be considered for selection for the balance of the fiscal year.

OPRPM FORM 154, Statement of Qualifications, may be obtained from http://www.hawaii.edu/oprpm or at the Office of Procurement and Real Property Management at the above address.

All questions pertaining to this solicitation may be directed to Kurt Minato at the Office of Procurement and Real Property Management, telephone (808) 956 7159.


    David McClain
    President, University of Hawai’i
(SB129708 6/15/09)
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NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRMS

The University of Hawaii is seeking qualified professional firms to provide services in the following areas of disciplines for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2009: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Professional Engineering, Planning, Construction/Project Management, Cost Estimating, Development Implementation, Land Surveying, Aerial Surveying, Real Property Appraisal, Environmental Assessment/Impact Studies, Project Development Reports, Facilities Asset Management Planning, Capital Planning, Commissioning, Traffic Planning, Archaeological Assessment, Community Relations, Environmental/Industrial Monitoring, Elevators/Escalators, Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM), Underground Storage Tanks (UST), Lead Containing Paints (LCP) and Hazardous Environmental. Projects will include repair and maintenance projects, capital improvements program projects, and various types of planning projects located at all University of Hawaii campuses statewide, University-owned properties, extension sites, facilities for research, public service, and other institutional programs.

The selection of firms for projects initiated by the University shall be made from the University’s List of Qualified Professionals. The list will be established by responses to this request for qualifications.

Professionals interested in being considered for selection must electronically file their qualifications at www.hawaii.edu/oci. There is no deadline for the filinq of qualifications. The University conducts continuous recruitment for the aforementioned professional services.

Additionally, all firms interested in qualifying for projects dealing with ACM, UST, LCP and Hazardous Environmental, must complete the Supplemental Information - Specialization section. Only those firms filing complete supplemental information and meeting the minimum requirements as specified therein shall be considered for hazardous materials and/or underground storage projects.

Subject to legislative budget appropriation and allotment of funds by the Governor, the University intends to procure architectural/engineering and planning services, including development of construction documents, field/facility investigations, interview, permit approvals, material review, construction review and other related services for the following projects systemwide:

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA (INCLUDING UNIVERSITY-OWNED PROPERTIES, EXTENSION SITES AND FACILITIES FOR RESEARCH, PUBLIC SERVICE AND OTHER INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS), UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII-WEST OAHU, AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES (HAWAII, HONOLULU, KAPIOLANI, KAUAI, LEEWARD, MAUl, WINDWARD)

1. Repair/Renovate/Reroof/Various Buildings
2. Repair/Repaint Exterior/Interior, Various Buildings
3. Repair/Resurface/Restripe Parking, Roadways and Walkways
4.  Repair/Replace/Upgrade Air Conditioning, Various Buildings
5.  Repair/Replace/Upgrade Electrical Systems, Various Buildings
6.  Repair/Replace/Upgrade Mechanical Systems, Various Buildings
7.  Repair/Replace/Upgrade Maintain/lnspect Elevators/Escalators, Various Buildings
8.  Asbestos/Lead Paint Abatement, Various Buildings
9.  Removal of Underground Storage Tanks
10. Hazardous Material(s) Assessment & Removal
11. Land/Aerial Surveying
12. Environmental Assessment
13.  Landscape Architecture
14.  Repair/Renovate Site Utilities
15.  Construction of New Structures/Facilities
16.  Commissioning and/or Retro-Commissioning
17.  Facility Forensic Assessment
18.  Repair/Replace Interior Furnishings
19.  Master Plan Development
20.  Development of Project Development Reports
21.  Facilities Asset Management Planning
22.  Capital Planning
23.  Market and Financial Feasibility Studies
24.  Developer Selection and Implementation Services
25.  Community Relations

All questions pertaining to this solicitation may be directed to the University of Hawaii Office of Capital Improvements at (808) 956-7935.

    David McClain
    President, University of Hawaii
(SB128197   6/10, 6/12/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #1-PROF-09/10)


Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2009 - 2010:


A. COUNTY ATTORNEY:

  1. SPECIAL LEGAL SERVICES. The County Attorney anticipates the need for   attorneys licensed in Hawaii to provide services for representation, advice, and   counsel in civil and criminal matters in the following areas of law:
 
  Administrative Law   Land Use
  Construction Law   Municipal Law Generally
  Real Estate Development   Condominium Property Regime
  Contract Law     Public Financing
  Eminent Domain   Torts
  Insurance Law   Worker’s Compensation
Personnel Law
 
In addition to the specific resume information called for at the end of this Notice, interested parties shall include the following information in their submittal:

  a. The area(s) of practice in which the attorney or firm is interested in   providing services, together with a summary of the number and types of   cases/matters handled by each attorney in each category;

b. If applicable, the name of the law firm that the attorney is affiliated with, the number of years the attorney has been with that firm, whether the attorney is a partner of the firm, and what, if any, specialty areas of practice the firm has;

  c. A brief description of staff and facilities available to the attorney or firm,    including other attorneys, secretarial and paralegal support, and whether   the firm has the ability to provide electronic case files during and     following the conclusion of the case;

  d. The manner of billing, including the range of hourly rates charged by the   attorney or firm, together with a summary of the types and amounts of   costs charged by the firm, whether any alternatives to hourly billing are   available (such as fixed fee per case or project) and a description of the   costs or methods of calculating charges under the alternative billing   arrangements.

  2.  TRAINING. The County Attorney anticipates the need to select qualified persons   to provide training services in the areas of law listed above and in general law   office matters, such as case management and drafting.

In addition to the specific resume information called for at the end of this Notice, interested parties shall include the following information in their submittal:

a. The area(s) of practice in which the attorney or firm is interested in providing training, together with a summary of the number and types of cases/matters in the field handled by the attorney or firm;
b. The names of attorneys and other staff who are available to provide training, and their qualifications;
c. The cost of the services, including hourly rates for each person providing the service or the fee schedule for the training.

Direct questions to County Attorney, Alfred Castillo, Jr. at (808) 241-6315.

B. COUNTY BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS:

  1.  MASTERS/HEARINGS OFFICERS. The County Attorney anticipates the need   to select qualified persons to hold hearings and take testimony and report to the   board or commission findings, recommendations, or summaries of matters   assigned to the master by the board or commission.

In addition to the specific resume information called for at the end of this Notice, interested parties shall include the following information in their submittal:

a. The relevant experience of the attorney or firm is interested in providing these services, together with a summary of the number and types of cases/matters in the field handled by the attorney or firm;
b. If a firm or organization, the names of attorneys and other staff who are available to provide the services, and their qualifications;
c. The cost of the services, including hourly rates for each person providing the service or a fee schedule.
 
2.  BOARD OR COMMISSION PROSECUTORS. The County Attorney anticipates the need to select qualified attorneys, licensed to practice in Hawaii, to act as a prosecutor in enforcement actions by boards or commissions.

In addition to the specific resume information called for at the end of this Notice, interested parties shall include the following information in their submittal:

a. The relevant experience of the attorney or firm is interested in providing these services, together with a summary of the number and types of cases/matters in the field handled by the attorney or firm;
b. If a firm or organization, the names of attorneys and other staff who are available to provide the services, and their qualifications;
c. The cost of the services, including hourly rates for each person providing the service or the fee schedule.
 
Direct questions to County Attorney, Alfred Castillo, Jr. at (808) 241-6315.

C. FINANCE - ACCOUNTING:

1. Central Services Cost Allocation Plan/Fringe Cost Rate:  The County is seeking the services of an accounting firm for preparation of a central services cost allocation plan and fringe benefit rate for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009.  The central service cost allocation plan and composite fringe benefit rate shall be in accordance with OMB Circular A-87 Cost Principles.  The plan must identify, accumulate and allocate eligible cost for the use in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010 fringe charges and central services cost allocation to funds and grants.

  Estimated cost:  $8,000.00

  Estimated Contract Time:  90 - 120 days

Contact person:  Ann Wooton, (808) 241-4213

D. OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:

1. Environmental Assessment: K?lauea Agricultural Park.  Office of Economic Development is seeking the services of a consultant (Engineering or Architectural Firm) licensed to do business in Hawai’i, with professional qualifications and experience to prepare Environmental Assessments in accordance with Hawai’i’s environmental impact statement law, HRS 343 for the project site. The environmental assessment shall be prepared to evaluate, document and inform of possible environmental, social and economic consequences of proposed development and shall be processed for public review and comment.

  Estimated cost:  $75,000

  Estimated Contract time:  One year.

Reference materials:  The Environmental Guidebook, prepared by the Office of Environmental Quality Control, State of Hawai’i (June 2004) and the draft schematic plan and report of the K?lauea Agricultural Park, prepared by Kimura Associates, February 2009, available from Office of Economic Development.

Contact person: George K Costa, Director (808)241-4946.

E. AGENCY ON ELDERLY AFFAIRS:

1. Legal Assistance for the Elderly.  The services of a licensed attorney is needed to provide services and/or address issues allowable under the Older Americans Act, including but not limited to, legal advice, counseling, education, training, seminar, personal counseling, advance directives, power of attorney, health care power of attorney, deeds and leasehold agreements.

Estimated funding:  $105,000.00

Estimated Contract Time: July1, 2010 - June 30, 2011

2. Caregiver Counseling and Training.  Caregiver Counseling and Training for the caregivers of the elderly. Per Title III of the Older American Act, to include one-on-one counseling, coordinating peer group discussions, providing caregiver training, program reporting/evaluation and other appropriate assistance for individuals who are caregivers of frail elders, aged 60 years and older.  Services shall be provided by a counselor, social worker or related professional with experience in working with the elderly.

Estimated Funding:  $28,960.00

Estimated Contract Time: July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011

Contact Person: Ludvina K. Takahashi, Executive on Aging,  Ph: (808) 241-4470

F. DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION:

1.      Po’ip? Beach Shoreline Restoration Study.  The County of Kaua’i Department of Parks and Recreation is interested in revitalizing and restoring this highly popular beach and eliminating or significantly reducing the existing safety hazard to swimmers at the west end of Po’ip? Beach Park. To achieve this, Kauai County is proposing a two tier approach:
               
Tier 1:  To design a small-scale beach nourishment project for Po’ip? Beach Park consisting of 6,000 cubic yards of sand presently being stored at the Kekaha Landfill. The project would consist of, but not be limited to, obtaining necessary oceanographic, sedimentological, and topographic data necessary to produce models to generate engineering drawings of the initial beach nourishment design template at a scale and accuracy necessary to obtain all county, state and federal permits. Topographic profiles of the beach and near-shore areas, an assessment of marine biota on the beach and near-shore area, and base-line water quality in the vicinity of the project should also be provided. Re-nourishment frequency and volumes should be calculated.  Descriptions of required permits and monitoring protocol (BMPs) should also be submitted.

Tier 2:  Conduct a comprehensive study locating and mapping estimates of the quantity and quality of sand deposits in near- and off-shore areas of the Po’ip? shore for potential use in beach nourishment projects. The project area is suggested to be, but not limited to, between Makahuena Point and Lae o Kamilo (Kamilo Point).

Qualifications:  Registered professional engineer in the State of Hawai’i with a minimum ten (10) years in experience in coastal engineering studies,  five (5) years experience in the preparation of documents and permits required for the design and construction of structural and/or non-structural alternatives for shoreline protection.
       
Estimated Cost:              Tier 1 - $200,000.00
                                                Tier 2 - $100,000.00

                Estimated Contract Time:  Tier 1 - 360 calendar days
                                                  Tier 2 - 180 calendar days

Contact Person:  Dave Caylor, Park Planning/Development (808) 241-4454.

2.  Kaua’i Veteran’s Cemetery Improvements.  Architectural/Engineering Design Services for Kaua’i Veteran’s Cemetery Improvements to include structural assessment and plans/specifications to repair and/or restore existing pavilion roofing, A.C. roadway, cemetery signage and flag pole.
 
Estimated Cost:  $60,000.00
 
Estimated Contract Time: 180 calendar days
 
Contact Person:  Mel Nishihara,  Park Planning/Development (808) 241-4459
 
G. DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL:

1.      Drug and alcohol testing/Medical Review Officer services (Biological Sciences - Toxicology).  Conduct workplace drug and alcohol testing services in accordance with all legal requirements such as but not limited to privacy, chain of custody, reporting, random selection services, job site collection services, for safety sensitive positions, positions requiring DOT drug collections (CDL) and breath alcohol, positions which do not require a CDL, and pre-employment drug testing. For CDL and safety sensitive positions, testing services must be provided by a certified laboratory meeting the established federal guidelines.  For other positions, testing services must be provided by a licensed medical laboratory which meets the requirements established by the State of Hawaii.  Interested firms must have at least five (5) years of experience in this field, meet all of the laboratory certification requirements, and submit a listing of companies from the State of Hawaii with which this service has been provided.

Estimated Cost: Cost will depend on usage.  Employee cost to be paid by the respective county departments/agencies.  Applicant cost to be paid by individual.

Estimated Contract Term: 1 year

2. Substance abuse professional services (Social Science, Psychology and Welfare).  Counseling and assessment services for employees who test positive in connection with established drug and alcohol testing program. Services provided on an as needed basis, seven days per week, 24 hours per day on Kauai.  Interested parties must have on staff at least two certified substance abuse professionals or equivalent personnel such as but not limited to social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, etc.  Interested persons or firms must have at least (5) years of experience in this field and submit a listing of companies from the State of Hawaii with which this service has been provided.

Estimated Cost:  Cost will depend on usage.  All authorized costs associated with this service shall be paid by the respective county department/agency.

Estimated Contract Term: 1 year

3. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (Social Science, Psychology and Welfare).  Provide professional assessment of an employee’s problems and recommend or determine the best treatment options.  Provide the opportunity for individual employees and their family members to discuss their personal problems with a trained professional counselor in a confidential setting.  Counseling should, at a minimum, address marital, family and individual problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, alcohol, drug addiction and other emotional or behavioral problems that can affect an employee’s job performance. When necessary, make appropriate referrals to other resources based upon the assessment made.

Estimated Cost:  $30,000.00

Estimated Contract Term: 1 year

Contact Person:  Malcolm C. Fernandez, Director; or Verna Bacarro, 241-4959.

H. DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING:

1. LIHUE DEVELOPMENT PLAN UPDATE. The Planning Department may require professional consultant services (Community Planning, GS-0020) to update the existing L?hu’e Development Plan which may include but not be limited to: formulation of Special Planning areas and land use community related special studies/policies/mapping pertaining to economic, housing, agriculture, recreation, social, environmental, culture, and historic resources, infrastructure, traffic circulation, demographics, growth projections and scenarios and build out analyses, urban design, and other land use issues, analyses of community zoning issues, smart growth concepts and implementation alternatives; public participation/education and meeting facilitation; geographic information systems (GIS) mapping; consistency/implementation of County General Plan recommendations pertaining to region; and consideration of policy and design recommendations and implementation strategies proposed by the L?hu’e Town Core Urban Design Plan, the L?hu’e-Hanam?’ulu Urban Design Plan, the L?hu’e Civic Center Master Plan, the Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) Report, and other applicable public facilities and transportation plans relating to the project area.

Estimated Cost:  $800,000

Project Completion:  June 30, 2011

Contact Person:  Myles Hironaka at (808) 241-4072.

2. COUNTYWIDE IMPACT FEE AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT STUDY.  The Planning Department may require professional consultant services (Community Planning, GS-0020 and Accounting, GS-0510) to conduct and develop a countywide impact fee and needs assessment study for the purpose of adopting an Impact Fee Ordinance.  The study and assessment shall include but not be limited to:  demographic, long range growth and or population projections and scenarios, land use build out analysis and infrastructure needs, infrastructure planning and financing, assessment of current and future level and conditions of public facilities and services, such as, but not limited to, fire protection, police, solid waste, parks, transportation, and sewers, and its cost to the County.  The study and assessment shall provide the foundation and rational nexus for assessing and collecting impact fees for infrastructure and public facilities and draft ordinance(s) for implementation of the impact fees.

Estimated Cost:  $250,000.00

Estimated Contract Time:  18 months.

Contact Person:  Myles Hironaka at (808) 241-4072.

3. UPDATE OF COUNTY HISTORIC RESOURCES LISTING.  This project proposes to retain the services of a professional consultant (Architecture GS-0808) with historic preservation credentials and experience to conduct a limited historic inventory update of the County’s historic building/structure resource listing.  The update may include the identification and documentation of prominent structures which meet the 50 year criteria of historic buildings; identification of existing listed resources which may have lost integrity or have been demolished; condition evaluations and preservation documentation; and recommendations and preparation of nomination forms for selected resources to the State/Federal Registers of Historic Places.

Estimated Cost:  Approximately $25,000 may become available for this project.

Projected Completion:  If funded, project must be completed by September 30, 2010

Contact Person:  Ricky Tsuchiya at (808) 241-4071.


4. POIPU BEACH PARK-MAUKA ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERVE (KANE I OLO UMA COMPLEX).  The Planning Department may require professional consultant services (Archaeology GS-0193) to conduct an archaeological survey involving, but not limited to, research, field investigation, and preparation of reports for site inventory, survey, and assessment, mitigation and data recovery plans and long term preservation recommendations including preparation of nomination forms to register site to the State/Federal Registers, facilitating the execution of a steward/curatorship program and offering technical assistance to the County/State agencies.

Estimated cost:  Approximately $15,000 may become available for this project.

Projected Completion:  If funded, project must be completed by September 30, 2010.

Contact Person:  Ricky Tsuchiya at (808) 241-4071.


I. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT - MAINTENANCE DIVISION:

1. Automotive Equipment Maintenance Facility Second Floor Addition.  Prepare plans and specifications and make structural recommendations for construction of a second floor addition rated to carry a load of 300 lbs. per sq. foot into an existing pre-engineered metal building and also enclose and renovate the existing area beneath the newly constructed second floor. Interested persons or firms should be Hawai’i State licensed architect or structural engineer.

Estimated cost:  $50,000.00

Estimated design time:  6 months

Contact: Dwayne Adachi, 241-6627

J. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ROAD MAINTENANCE & CONSTRUCTION:

1. Repair of Wailua Emergency By-Pass Road.  Brief Description of professional service.  Preparation of Plans and Specifications for the repair/reconstruction of Wailua Emergency By-Pass Road, including topographic survey of the project site,  preparation of an Environmental Assessment for the construction and maintenance of the facility, and the application and securing all necessary permits for the construction work to make the necessary repairs of the facility.

Qualifications required: registered professional engineer in the State of Hawaii with a minimum of 10 years experience in the design of roadways and a minimum of 5 years experience in the preparation of documents and the application and securing of permits required for the construction phase of the project.  A registered professional licensed surveyor in the State of Hawaii is also required.

Estimated cost:  $ 150,000

Contract Duration:  240 calendar days.

Contact:  Ryan Nishikawa, (808) 241-4845.

K. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - SOLIDWASTE DIVISION

1. Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) Feasibility Study.  Brief Description of professional service and qualification required:  Conduct a feasibility study to determine best, most effective way to process mixed stream recyclables generated on Kauai from these options: 1) development of a County owned MRF 2) development of a bale and ship facility for off island sorting and processing 3) entering into a service contract with a vendor to process. Tasks include: Establishing tonnage projections for recyclables and facility sizing, inclusive of a review of the tonnages projected in the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan. Review of other Hawaiian island recyclable materials processing activities and feasibility of partnering with other Counties. Cost evaluation of all 3 options, and identification of a recommended option. Development of a preliminary process design and non-site specific facility layouts for options 1 & 2, and a Scope of Work for the procurement of option 3.

Responses shall come from experienced, certified/licensed engineering consultants/firms with knowledge of Chapter 343, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS 343), as revised, and applicable Federal, State of Hawaii and County rules, regulations, and ordinances governing the planning, design, construction and operation of a solid waste facility in the State of Hawaii. 
       
Estimated cost:  $100,000

Estimated Contract Time:  12 months

Contact person: Allison Fraley, (808) 241-4837

2. Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Planning Services for Development of a New RCRA Subtitle "D" Sanitary Landfill.  Brief Description of professional service and qualification required: Conduct appropriate site investigations to produce Initial Site report(s) and conceptual design(s); prepare, submit and complete an environmental impact statement pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 343; prepare Engineering and Site Feasibility Report(s) to provide in-depth assessment of site-specific information needed to determine an optimal landfill design.

Minimum Qualifications.  At a minimum, responses shall come from certified/licensed engineering consultants/firms with knowledge and experience in the following:

a. Landfill Site Selection, Design and Operation per applicable State of Hawaii and Federal Regulations.

b. Environmental Review and Disclosure Process pursuant to Chapter 343 HRS

Estimated Cost:  $600,000

Estimated Contract Time:  24 months

Contact person: Troy Tanigawa, (808) 241-4838
 
3. Site Selection Assistance and Environmental Planning for a Central Composting Facility.  Brief Description of professional service:  Assist the County with identifying a list of potential sites for the facility by providing all the necessary technical information required to identify appropriate sites, including the development of selection criteria, support on the application of the selection criteria, providing maps with up-to-date topographic and development information, and any other necessary technical information needed to create a list of potential sites. Facilitate a process involving a community advisory committee to develop a ranked list of potential sites and preparation of final report on the process for developing the ranked list. Complete the appropriate Environmental Review and Disclosure Process pursuant to Chapter 343 HRS for the selected site.

Minimum Qualifications. Interested persons or firms should have completed at least one (1) similar project in the last eight (8) years. Responses shall come from certified/licensed engineering consultants/firms.

Estimated cost:  $150,000

Estimated Contract Time:  18 Months

Contact person: Allison Fraley, (808) 241-4837.

L. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT DIVISION.

1. EVALUATION OF EFFLUENT INJECTION WELLS AT THE WAIMEA, ELEELE, AND LIHUE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS, UIC PERMIT NOS. UK-2405, UK-1212, & UK-1213 RESPECTIVELY.  The County of Kaua’i is seeking a professional consultant, engineer, or geologist proficient in injection well performance to provide evaluation of the condition and performance of the injection well systems along with preparation of injection well status reports for the Waimea, Eleele and L?hu’e Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs), owned and operated by the County’s Wastewater Management Division.  Work will include all services necessary to complete the evaluation and reporting, consistent with each WWTP’s Underground Injection Control (UIC) permit requirements. Copies of the UIC permits are available to prospective consultants upon request, and the UIC permits will be included in the contract documents for the project.

All work shall be in accordance with the requirements of the State of Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) requirements for UIC status reports. The DOH has prepared a guidance document for an injection well status report, a copy of which is available to prospective consultants upon request.
Interested parties or firms are invited to demonstrate recent experience with injection well evaluations and preparation of status reports under UIC permit requirements for Wastewater Treatment Plants in Hawai’i. Demonstrated experience of successful UIC program reporting for at least two municipally-owned wastewater treatment plants with capacity in excess of 0.25 million gallons per is desired.
Estimated Funding:  $70,000.00
Contract Duration:  1 year
Contact Person.  Edward Tschupp, Division of Wastewater Mgt, (808) 241-4084.

M. TRANSPORTATION AGENCY.

1. Planner/Design Consultant for Public Transit Bus Stops and Shelters.  This project will require the planning and design of bus stops and bus stop shelters which will include assessing current locations, what requirements are necessary for development in each location, and preparation of approved plans for several types of bus shelters.

Budgeted Funds:    $400,000

Estimated Project Time:  1 year

  Agency contact:  Celia Mahikoa, (808) 241-6428

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit one (1) original and four (4) copies of a letter of interest and resume to:
 
  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #1-PROF-09/10)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766


Resumes should include:
 
1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#1-PROF-09/10" on the cover page of each resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education, training, licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to be involved, and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years (including dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the firm’s qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award:  http://kauai.gov ;follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.
 
Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Tuesday, June 30, 2009.  Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.

      Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
      County of Kauai

09-10 (1)
Advt SB and GI 6/8 & 6/10/09 and http://www.spo.hawaii.gov

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County of Maui
Notice to Providers of Professional Service
s

For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009 and ending June 30, 2010, the County of Maui anticipates the need for professional services.

The selection of professional services may be made in accordance with Section 103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes, which provides that the selection of professionals may be through a list of qualified applicants.  Persons engaged in providing professional services are invited to submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for evaluation and inclusion on a list of qualified professionals.  The statements shall include the following at a minimum:

(1)  The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of   its offices;
(2)  The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past years;
(3)  The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
(4)  The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including   at least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
(5)  Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.  Firms or   persons may amend statements of qualifications at any time by filing a new statement   and shall immediately inform the head of the purchasing agency of any change in   their submission that would disqualify the firm or person from being considered for a   contract award.
 
Also, a list of projects or services provided to the County will be helpful for the County to determine the qualifications of the applicant.  To be considered for selection, consultants must express interest in the specific projects for which they are qualified.  Simply stating interest in "all projects" is not acceptable.

1 original and 6 copies of 1 submittal (One submittal for all jobs/all departments), shall be received no later than 4:30 p.m., June 25, 2009, at the Purchasing Division of the County of Maui, 2145 Wells Street Suite 104, Wailuku, HI.  96793.  Please do not submit separate submittals for each department.  Also, please provide all relevant information in as concise a manner as possible.

The budgeted consultant fees for projects listed below are categorized as follows: Category A - Less than $25,000; Category B - $25,000 to $50,000; Category C - $50,000 to $150,000; Category D $150,000 to $300,000; Category E - Over $300,000;

Following are the projected Capital Improvement projects and other professional services needs that we know of as of now or may need.  As priorities change, there inevitably will be additions, deletions, and other unanticipated changes to the projects listed below.  If new projects arise which require skill sets that are not adequately available within our existing list, we will re-advertise at that time to supplement the existing list:

Department of Public Works, Engineering Division
1.  Surveying - Topography, boundary, subdivision, maps, easements, descriptions.  Categories A, B, & C.
2.  Design - civil/structural engineering projects.  C, D, & E.
3.  Design/planning/permitting - Federal aid civil/structural
  Engineering Projects.  D & E.
4.  Construction management - Federal aid Projects.  D & E.
5.  Appraisals for land acquisition, easements.  A, B & C.
6.  Design mechanical/electrical/architectural - county facilities.  A, B, C, & D.
7.  Traffic studies at various locations.  A, B, C, & D.
8.  Geotechnical engineering (A,B,C)
9.  Archaeological services (inventories, monitoring) (A, B, C)
10.  Bridge Inspection (A, B, C)
11.  Title Search and Escrow Services (A, B, C)
12.  Landscape Architect (A, B, C)
13.  Environmental and permits (A, B, C, D)
14.  Energy conservation consultant (A, B, C)
 
Department of Environmental Management, Wastewater Division
1.  Kihei WWPS No. 2 Modifications (Category D)
2.  Kihei WWPS No. 6 Odor Control and Wet Well Rehabilitation (Category B)
3.  Leisure Estates WWPS Modifications (Category D)
4.  Kahului Force Main Replacement (Category D)
5.  Wailuku Force Main Replacement (Valve Box to WWRF) (Category C)
6.  Lahaina No. 2 Force Main Replacement (Category E)
7.  Lahaina WWRF UV Disinfection System Expansion/Upgrade (Category D)
8.  Lahaina WWRF Nutrient Removal Modifications (Category D)
9.  EPA Consent Decree Compliance Projects (Category E)
10.  Countywide EPA Consent Decree WWRF Renovation Projects (Category E)
11.  Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Lahaina (Category E)
12.  Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Central Maui (Category E)
13.  Miscellaneous Mechanical Improvements/Rehab Projects (Category C)
14.  Miscellaneous Electrical Improvements/Rehab Projects (Category C)
15.  Miscellaneous Structural Improvements/Rehab Projects (Category C).
16.  Miscellaneous Civil Improvements/Rehab Projects (Category C).
17.  Miscellaneous Survey Improvements/Rehab Projects (Category C).
18.  Miscellaneous Software Programming/Consulting Projects (Category C).
 
Department of Environmental Management, Solid Waste Division
1.  Landfill Gas Monitoring Probe Network Design Improvements for Various Landfills   (Category A)
2.  Aerial Topographic Surveys of Various Landfills (Category A).
3.  Topographic Surveys of Various Landfills (Category A).
4.  Annual Storm Water, Landfill leachate, air, and landfill gas laboratory chemical   analysis for various landfills (Category-A).
5.  Hydrology Study/Drainage Master Plan to evaluate existing drainage systems for   various landfills (Category A).
6.  HELP Model Update to meet landfill permit requirements for various landfills   (Category A).
7.  Groundwater monitoring well location and design - various landfills (Category B)
8.  Preliminary Engineering report for a materials recovery facility for construction and   demolition waste (Category B).
9.  Preliminary Engineering report and design of renewable power at various landfills   (Category B).
10.  Hana Landfill Borrow Pit Slope Stability Analysis and Operations Plan (Category B).
11.  Central Maui Landfill Phase IV Gas Collection Design (Category C).

Department of Parks and Recreation
1.  Eddie Tam Gym Lighting/Electrical Engineering (Category A)
2.  Countywide ADA Improvements/Architectural/Civil (Category C)

Department of Planning/Planning Related Services
1.  Miscellaneous Planning related projects.
 
Water Department

1.  Uluniu road and Ewa Place Waterline replacement - design. (Category C)
2.  East Olinda Road Tank replacement - design (Category E)
3.  Piiholo Water Treatment Plant Organic Carbon Reduction - design (Category D)
4.  Piiholo Water Treatment Plant Control System Upgrade/design (Category D)
5.  Waikamoi Flume Replacement/design (Category E)
6.  Molokai Mobile Backup Generator/design (Category D)
7.  Kaupakalua Road Waterline replacement/design (Category C)
8.  Lahaina Water Treatment Plant Backwash Water Recovery/design (Category C)
9.  Kameeui Place Waterline Replacement/design (Category B)
10.  Wailuku-Kahului Source Improvement/Design of a new well (Category E)
11.  Kanoa, Oihana & Pikale Place Waterline replacement/design (Category C)
12.  Upper Kimo Drive Waterline Replacement (Category C)
13.  Misc projects/public appeals to the Board of Water supply on the DWS Director’s   Decision

Mayor’s Office & MIS Division
1.  Emergency Management Center - Planning and Design work to include the land use   entitlement process and development of construction specifications.  (Category E).
2.  Architectural Services for various small projects (Categories A & B)
 
Police Department
1.  Construction Management Services for the Kihei Police Station (Category E)
 
Department of Civil Defense

Potential projects.  Funding categories unknown at this time:
1   Technical Interoperability Communications Plan validation, exercise and training
2   Community Emergency Response Team coordination and management
3   Emergency evacuation planning and plan development
4   Emergency shelter development and planning
5   Grant coordination and management
6   National Response Framework, National Incident Management System (NIMS), and   Incident Command System (ICS) documentation and accountability
7   Incident Command System (ICS), and other All-hazard training and exercise planning   and coordination
8   Other various Homeland Security related initiatives requiring planning and   development
 
Department of Transportation
1.  Bus Stops & Shelters - Planning/Design/Permit Mgt/Project Mgt (Category C)
 
Other Professional Service Categories
This category includes areas in which we will likely have either unanticipated or small $ projects:
 
1.  Surveyors, Architects, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
2.    Planning Consultants - for land acquisition work, environmental assessments, or other   related work.
3.  Court Reporting Services
4.  Collection consultant services (for analysis and recommendations for establishing the   most cost effective and efficient collection practices)
                                 
      /s/Kalbert Young
      Director of Finance
(SB128352   6/7/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates the need for professional services in the following categories for the fiscal year 2009-2010:

1. Accounting 14.General Education and Training
2. Accounting (Underwriter)  a. Safety
3. Accounting (Water Rate Studies)  b. Public Relations
4. Archaeology c. Human Resources
5. Architecture 15. Geology
6. Architecture (Landscape) 16. Hydrology
7. Auditing 17. Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
8. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing) 18. Land Surveying
9. Civil Engineering 19. Law
10. Computer Science 20. Law (Bond Counsel)
  a.  Software 21. Mechanical Engineering
  b. Hardware 22. Mechanical Engineering (Energy Specialists)
  c. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 23. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
11. Electrical Engineering 24. Real Property Appraisal
12. Electrical Engineering (SCADA) 25. Safety Engineering (Safety Trainers/Safety Inspections)
13. Electrical Engineering (Energy Specialists) 
 
Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanao’a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

  1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
  2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
  3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
  4. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for whom services   were rendered during the preceding year; and
  5. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desired to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager. Responses will be continuously accepted through June 30, 2010.  The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Milton D. Pavao, P.E., Manager
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
(SB125562   6/1/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
BOARD OF WATER SUPPLY
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

The Board of Water Supply (BWS), City and County of Honolulu, anticipates the need for professional services for the fiscal year 2009-10.  Professional services may be required in, but shall not be limited to, the following project categories:

1. Project Category 10-01CRO:  Marketing and Public Relations Services - Provide planning, coordination and implementation services for internal and external outreach, education and advertising, if necessary,  for various BWS projects.
 
2. Project Category 10-02CRO:  Legislative and City Council Liaison - Provide services to perform as the liaison of the BWS with the Hawaii State Legislature and the City Council, City and County of Honolulu.

3. Project Category 10-03E:  Distribution Mains - Prepare plans, specifications, and cost estimates to install distribution water mains (12-inch diameter and smaller) and appurtenances.

4. Project Category 10-04E:  Transmission Mains - Prepare plans, specifications, and cost estimates to install transmission water mains (16-inch diameter and larger) and appurtenances.

5. Project Category 10-05E:  Topographic and Property Surveys - Provide professional land surveying services including, but not limited to, preparation of topographic surveys for the installation of waterworks facilities and property surveys for the establishment of easements and property ownership.

6. Project Category 10-06E:  Geotechnical Engineering - Provide professional geotechnical engineering services.

7. Project Category 10-07E:  Civil Engineering - Provide professional civil engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications.

8. Project Category 10-08E:  Mechanical Engineering/Pumping Plants - Provide professional mechanical engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications for water pumping stations and related work.

9. Project Category 10-09E:  Mechanical Engineering - Provide professional mechanical engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications.  Services may be required for, but not limited to, air conditioning, plumbing,  ventilation, SCADA and fire protection systems.

10. Project Category 10-10E:  Electrical Engineering/Pumping Plants - Provide professional electrical engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications for electrical work related to water pumping stations and water distribution systems.

11. Project Category 10-11E:  Electrical Engineering - Provide professional electrical engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications.  Services may be required for, but not limited to, power, communications, signaling, lighting and fire protection signaling systems.

12. Project Category 10-12E:  Structural Engineering - Provide professional structural engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications.

13. Project Category 10-13E:  Architectural Services - Provide professional architectural analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications.

14. Project Category 10-14E:  Landscape Architecture - Provide professional landscape architectural analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications.

15. Project Category 10-15E:  Archaeological Services - Provide archaeological services on an on-call, time and materials basis for BWS projects, including, but not limited to, the preparation of archaeological survey reports, archaeological monitoring reports, burial mitigation plans, reinterment of skeletal remains inadvertently discovered during excavation activities, and providing archaeological monitoring services during construction activities in accordance with Department of Land and Natural Resources State Historic Preservation Division requirements.

16. Project Category 10-16E:  Hazardous Waste Management Services - Provide hazardous waste management services on an on-call, time and materials basis for inadvertent encounters of hazardous materials during BWS construction activities.

17. Project Category 10-17E:  Hazardous Materials Services - Provide hazardous materials services for BWS projects.  Perform materials testing and prepare reports of test results and recommendations.  Prepare permit applications, plans, and specifications for the removal and disposal of hazardous materials in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations.  Provide project inspection and testing at jobsite.  Submit final report and certifications.

18. Project Category 10-18E:  Environmental Assessments / Environmental Impact Statements - Provide environmental consultant services for the preparation of environmental assessments or environmental impact statements for BWS projects.

19. Project Category 10-19E:  Construction Management - Provide construction management services for BWS projects.  Services to be provided shall include, but not be limited to, review of plans and specifications prior to start of construction, construction inspection, contract administration, cost and quality control; review and recommendation of action on contractor submittals, contract change orders,  maintaining the project time schedule, and claims; and maintenance and submittal of all required records and reports.

20. Project Category 10-20E:  Traffic Control Plans - Provide professional engineering services for the preparation of traffic control plans for BWS projects within City and State jurisdictions.

21. Project Category 10-21E:  Soil Compaction Testing Services - Provide soil compaction testing services for BWS projects.  Perform soil compaction testing, laboratory analysis and prepare reports of test results and recommendations.  Provide project inspection and testing at jobsite.  Submit final report and certifications.

22. Project Category 10-22IT:  Geographic Information System (GIS) Application and Database Development and Update - Perform all services in connection with developing, integrating and updating GIS applications and BWS GIS database.

23. Project Category 10-23IT:  Hydraulic Model Development and Calibration - Perform all services in connection with developing, integrating, calibrating and maintaining the BWS hydraulic models.

24. Project Category 10-24IT:  Global Positioning System (GPS) Application and Data Collection - Perform all services in connection with developing, integrating and updating GPS applications and collecting BWS infrastructure data using GPS technology.

25. Project Category 10-25L:  Legal Services - Provide professional legal services to the BWS.  Services may be required in, but shall not be limited to, the following areas or specialties: Administrative Law,  Bankruptcy, Business (domestic and international), Civil Litigation, Civil Rights including ADA,  Collections, Constitutional Law, Construction Law, Criminal Defense, Eminent Domain, Employment Law including discrimination, Environmental Law, Governmental Contracting, Labor Law, Land Use including planning and zoning, Procurement, Public and Charitable Trust Law, Public Financing, Real Estate, Tax,  Torts including malpractice, defamation and other international torts, and Workers’ Compensation.

  Law firms or attorneys interested in being retained to provide legal services in these areas should submit a letter of interest together with a resume which includes information about the following:
  (1) The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices;
  (2) The area(s) of interest for consideration;
  (3) The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past years;
  (4) The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
  (5) The names and phone numbers of up to five(5) clients who may be contacted, including at least   two(2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding year;
  (6) Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit;
  (7) The range of hourly rates charged by the attorney, paralegal and other billable staff as well as a   summary of the types and amounts of costs charged by the firm;
  (8) The jurisdictions (state and courts) in which the attorney is licensed and authorized to practice.

26. Project Category 10-26L: Third Party Administration (TPA) Services - Provide professional claim administration services to the BWS including but not limited to worker’s compensation claims administration.  Services may be required in, but shall not be limited to, the following areas or specialties:  Best Practices claims handling for any line of coverage, Medicare and Medicaid reporting per Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007, provide claims reports as requested, provide loss analysis for data acquired by claims handling, provide any statutory reporting for claims data, assist and cooperate with BWS insurance companies i.e. excess carriers and any other ancillary duties affiliated with claims handling.

  Companies interested in being retained to provide claims handling services in these areas should submit a letter of interest together with a resume which includes information about the following:
  (1) The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices;
  (2) The area(s) of interest for consideration;
  (3) The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past years;
  (4) The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
  (5) The names and phone numbers of up to five(5) clients who may be contacted, including at least   two(2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding year;
  (6) Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit;
  (7) Pricing scheme for services as well as a summary of the types and amounts of costs charged by the   company;
  (8) The jurisdictions in which the broker/agent is licensed and authorized to practice.

27. Project Category 10-27L:  Broker Insurance Services - Provide professional insurance/broker services to the BWS.  Services may be required in, but shall not be limited to, the following areas or specialties:  Underwriting, Insurance Marketing and Review, Risk Management and Record Keeping, Loss Control and Prevention, Claims Management, OCIP, Medicare and Medicaid, Actuary services and other ancillary duties.

  Companies or Brokers interested in being retained to provide insurance/broker services in these areas should submit a letter of interest together with a resume which includes information about the following:

  (1) The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices:
  (2) The area(s) of interest for consideration;
  (3) The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past years;
  (4) The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
  (5) The names and phone numbers of up to five(5) clients who may be contacted, including at least   two(2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding year;
  (6) Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit;
  (7) Pricing scheme for services as well as a summary of the types and amounts of costs charged by the   company
  (8) The jurisdictions in which the broker/agent is licensed and authorized to practice.

28. Project Category 10-28LD:  Decommissioning of Dams/Reservoirs -
  Provide professional civil engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans,  specifications, cost estimates, and permit applications for the decommissioning of dams/reservoirs.  Provide necessary services and documentation to meet the requirements of the Hawaii Dam and Reservoir Safety Act of 2007 in decommissioning the existing dams/reservoirs to protect the health and welfare of the citizens of Oahu.

Any inquiries regarding the project category shall be directed to the Office of Procurement at 748-5078.  Any firm or person who is interested in being considered for providing services and who has the qualifications and resources should submit a letter of interest together with statements of qualification in the manner specified under SUBMITTAL MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Award of projects is subject to the availability of funds and approval by the Board of Water Supply.  Qualifications submitted for only parts of the work defined within the project category shall be considered nonresponsive to this notice.

The BWS will prepare a "list of qualified" consultants for each category of professional service to be utilized throughout the fiscal year. Additional notices for professional services may be given if (1) the response to the initial notice is inadequate; (2) the response to the initial notice does not result in adequate representation of available sources; or (3) previously unanticipated needs for professional services arise.  Additional notices are posted on the BWS website.  The website address is http://www.boardofwatersupply.com.
 
SUBMITTAL MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS
1. Letter of interest indicating the specific categories in which services are offered.

2. PROVIDE FOUR (4) COPIES OF SEPARATE STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR EACH CATEGORY. Each statement shall highlight qualifications, expertise, and experience relevant to the specific project category.  Separate statements will allow simultaneous review by multiple screening/review committees.  Failure to provide separate statements of qualifications may limit consideration.

3. The Standard Form Revised 330 (SFR330) shall be used as the standard format for the statement of qualifications except as indicated in paragraph 7.  The form can be downloaded from the Board of Water Supply website at (www.boardofwatersupply.com) or obtained from the BWS Office of Procurement at 630 South Beretania Street, Second Floor, Room 201.  (NOTE: Only submittals for Project Categories 10-03E - 10-21E are required to complete sections C and D of the SFR 330.)

4. Curricula vitae for all key personnel within the firm shall also be included with the SFR330.

5. Subconsultants to be utilized on specific projects shall be listed on the submitted SFR330.  A separate SFR330 for each subconsultant shall not be submitted.

6. The following information shall be included in the SFR330 form:
  a.  The name of the firm or person’s principal place of business and locations of all of its offices;
  b.  The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
  c.  The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
  d.  The names and phone numbers of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least   two (2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding year;
  e.  Certification as a recognized or registered small, minority, women-owned, veteran-owned, service   disabled veteran-owned, HUBzone, and/or other disadvantaged business enterprises as defined   by the U. S. Government.  It is BWS’s intention to award a fair proportion of purchases, contracts,    and subcontracts with small business concerns as prescribed by the U. S. Government. Evaluation   criteria for award will include considerations for such business enterprises;
  f.  Certification that applicant and its principals, to the best of its knowledge and belief: (a) are not   presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily   excluded by any federal department or agency; (b) have not within a three-year period preceding   this submission been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission   of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a   public (Federal, State or County) transaction or contract under a public transaction; violation of   Federal or State antitrust statutes or commissions of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery,    falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen property; (c)    are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity   (Federal, State or County) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (b) of   this section; and (d) have not within a three-year period preceding this submission had one or   more public transactions (Federal, State or County) terminated for cause or default.;
  g.  Any conflict of interest in performing services for the Board of Water Supply and/or the City and   County of Honolulu;
  h.  A listing of all projects under contract with the Board of Water Supply and/or the City and County   of Honolulu;
  i.    Proposed staff commitment;
  j.  Other pertinent data related to the project category;
  k.  Any promotional or descriptive literature that the firm desires to submit.
  l.  Past record of performance on contracts with respect to cost control, quality of work, and ability   to meet schedules.

7. For project categories 10-25L - 10-27L, please submit a letter of interest together with a resume which includes the information specified under each category that qualifications are being submitted for.

8. Delivery address for submittals is as follows:

  Attn:  Statements of Qualifications
  Board of Water Supply
  City and County of Honolulu
  Office of Procurement
  Public Service Building, Room 201
  630 South Beretania Street
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96843

DEADLINE

Submit the submittal materials no later than 4:30 p.m. on July 7, 2009 to the BWS Office of Procurement.  Submittals received after this date may receive limited consideration.  NO FACSIMILE OR ELECTRONIC SUBMITTALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Access our Internet - This information and a fillable Form 330 are available from the BWS procurement website at http://www.boardofwatersupply.com/cssweb/display_proc.cfm?procx=1.

/s/PAUL S. KIKUCHI
Chief Financial Officer
Board of Water Supply
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Pursuant to Section 103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes, the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC), anticipates the need for professional services in fiscal year 2010 (July 1, 2009 thru June 30, 2010), which includes the following:

  Architecture Cost Engineering
 
Landscape Architecture Auditing
 
Community Planning Real Property Appraisal
 
Civil Engineerg Financial Feasibility Analysis
 
Transportation/Traffic Engineering Information Technology Management
 
Structural Engineering Computer Engineering
 
Land Surveying Geographic Information Systems
 
Construction Management Archivist
 
Hydrology Environmental Engineering
 
Geotechnical Engineering Fire Protection Engineering
 
Hawaii State registration is required for architecture, engineering, surveying, and construction management work.  The following should be submitted:

  1. A letter of interest indicating the professional services for which the firm is interested   and qualified to provide;
  2. A completed DPW Form 120 (revised 6/99) or the Federal Standard Form 330 in   place of the DPW Form 120;
  3. Five (5) or more client references whom the agency may freely contact;
  4. Company or firm brochures and similar promotional materials (optional);
  5. Any other information or materials that the submitting party believes would be useful   and relevant in being considered to provide the types of services set forth above.

Copies of the DPW Form 120 may be obtained from the State of Hawaii website at:  http://www.hawaii.gov/pwd/profsvcs or by faxing a request to HHFDC at (808) 587-0600. Those individual and/or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required and described above, should submit the following information listed above by 4:00 p.m., June 8, 2009 to:

Executive Director
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
677 Queen Street, Suite 300
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Attn:  Beth Malvestiti

 
Forms received after this deadline date ("late submittal") will be considered as follows:

  A "Late Submittal" received between: Will be considered starting:
June 9 - June 30, 2009 August 1, 2009
  July 1 - September 30, 2009 November 1, 2009
  October 1 - December 31, 2009 February 2, 2010
  January 4 - February 28, 2010 April 1, 2010
  March 1 - April 30, 2010 May 1, 2010

In general, submittal packages and formats provided to other public agencies in the response to advertisements of a similar nature should be acceptable, provided that the foregoing minimum requirements are met.  Persons or firms that previously responded to HHFDC for similar solicitations notices by the State of Hawaii in the last two years will remain under consideration to provide professional services through June 2010, but is required to submit a letter of interest and written hard-copy updates of any information contained in those earlier submittals that may have changed, by the date and time indicated above for the new submittals.  Late submittals will be accepted, but may not receive the same consideration as timely submittals.
____________________________________
Karen Seddon, Executive Director
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
(SB118809 5/1, 5/6/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY FUND PROJECT
(#1-PROF.fedaid-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of Policies and Procedures for the Procurement of Professional Services involving Federal-Aid Highway Funds, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2008 - 2009:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - BUILDING DIVISION

LYDGATE PARK-KAPA’A BIKE/PEDESTRIAN PATH FEDERAL AID
PROJECT NO. CMAQ-0700(49):

The County of Kauai is seeking professional service to provide work for the Lydgate Park-Kapaa Bike/Pedestrian Path Federal-Aid Project No.  CMAQ-0700(49).  Professional services to provide construction management for the Lydgate Park- Kapaa Bike/ Pedestrian Path.  Work will include construction management and site inspections for compliance with construction contract documents for a FHWA and American Recovery Reinvestment Act funded project.

The Lydgate Park- Kapaa Bike/Pedestrian Path will be approximately 2 miles of 10-12 foot wide, boardwalk or 6-inch thick concrete bike/pedestrian path.  The project starts at Wailua Beach and ends at Lihi Park with a spur from the K?hi’? Highway/Kawaihau Road intersection to Gore Park.
 
INTERESTED PARTIES MUST CONTACT THE FOLLOWING FOR AN INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS PACKET CONTAINING DETAILED PROJECT AND/OR SITE INFORMATION, THE SCOPE OF WORK, SPECIFIC INFORMATION THAT MUST BE CONTAINED IN THE CONSULTANTS RESPONSE TO THIS SOLICITATION, AND THE EVALUATION FACTORS THAT WILL BE USED IN THE SELECTION PROCESS:

  DIVISION OF PURCHASING
  4444 RICE STREET, RM 303
  LIHUE, HI 96766

  ATTENTION: #1-PROF.fedaid-08/09

  PHONE:  (808) 241-6288; FAX: (808) 241-6297

Questions should be directed to Douglas Haigh, phone: (808)241-4849.

Consultants who are interested in providing the professional services listed herein shall submit their response in accordance with the instructions provided in the Information Packet to:

  Director of Finance
  (#1-PROF.fedaid-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766
  ATTENTION: LYDGATE PARK - KAPAA BIKE/ PEDESTRIAN PATH,  CONSTRUCTION MANAGMENT SERVICES, FEDERAL-AID PROJECT NO.  CMAQ-0700(49).

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM, May 8, 2009.

  Director of Finance
  County of Kauai
(SB111186   4/1/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

(Chapter 103D, Hawaii Revised Statutes)

The Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OahuMPO) is soliciting statements of qualifications (SOQs) from qualified firms for professional transportation planning and engineering services for a Land Use Model Enhancement and Demonstration Project.  Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) will be received at OahuMPO, 707 Richards Street, Suite 200, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813-4623, until 3:00 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time, on Tuesday, April 14, 2009.  An unbound original and five (5) bound copies of the SOQ as well as a digital copy in PDF format on compact disc are required.  SOQs submitted by facsimile or e-mail will not be accepted.

The project involves enhancing the current land use model by improving the definition and spatial representation of land use in the model.  The current model is a "beta" land use model that was developed as part of a larger OahuMPO Model Development project.  The model is based on UrbanSim, a land use modeling program that simulates the dynamics of the real estate market, taking into account the actions of households, employers, and developers.  Land use and demographics reflect the spatial patterns of the regional economy and are essential inputs to the OahuMPO travel demand forecasting model.

A Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is available to all interested firms.  The RFQ provides the specifications and instructions for submitting the SOQs and other required information.  Interested firms must fully respond to and comply with the specifications and instructions contained in the RFQ.  The RFQ is available for pick up at OahuMPO’s office or may be downloaded from its website at www.OahuMPO.org.

OahuMPO, a subrecipient of Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration metropolitan planning funds via the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT), has adopted HDOT’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) Program in its entirety, and follows HDOT’s contract provisions.  OahuMPO hereby notifies all Providers that it will affirmatively ensure that in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252 U.S.C. 2000d to 2004d-4 and Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-Assisted Programs of the Department of Transportation, issued pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit SOQs in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex, national origin, age, or handicap/disability in consideration for an award.  Refer to the Title VI Assurance - Supplemental Notice contained in Attachment H of the RFQ, which is made an integral part of this request.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Regulations of the Secretary of Labor Implementing Executive Order 11246, as amended, shall be complied with on this project.

The USDOT regulations entitled Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprise in Department of Transportation Programs, 49 CFR Part 26 is applicable to this project.  The contract DBE goal for this project is indicated in Attachment C, Requirements for Participation by DBEs, of the RFQ.

Questions concerning the RFQ must be submitted in writing, and received by OahuMPO no later than 3:00 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009.  Refer to the RFQ for complete instructions.  The budget for the project is $200,000, inclusive of Hawaii General Excise Tax.  For additional information, contact Lori Arakaki at (808) 587-2015.

OahuMPO reserves the right to reject any or all submittals and to waive any defects in said submittals if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the public.

  GORDON G.W. LUM
  Executive Director
  Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #6-PROF-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2008 - 2009:

A. OFFICE OF ELDERLY AFFAIRS:

1. Caregiver Counseling and Training.  Caregiver Counseling and Training for caregivers of   the Elderly. Per Title IIIE of the Older American Act, to include one-on-one counseling,  coordinating peer group discussions, providing caregiver group training, coordinating and   implementing annual conference, program reporting/evaluation and other appropriate   assistance for individuals who are caregivers of frail elders, aged 60 years and older.  Services shall be provided by a Social Worker or related professional with experience in   working with the elderly.

  Estimated funding:  $28,960.00

  Estimated Contract Time: July1, 2009 - June 30, 2010

  Contact Person:  Ludvina K. Takahashi, Executive on Aging, PH:  808 241-4470

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit a letter of interest and an original and four (4) copies of their resume to:
 
  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #6-PROF-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes should include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#6-PROF-08/09" on the cover page of each   resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be   directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its   offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education, training,  licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to be involved,  and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years (including   dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2) for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

  7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the firm’s   qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award: http://kauai.gov ;follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.
 
Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Wednesday, April 8, 2009.  Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.

      Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
(SB109341   3/18, 3/20/09)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #5-PROF-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2008 - 2009:

A. OFFICE OF ELDERLY AFFAIRS:

1. Legal Assistance for the Elderly.  Services of a licensed Attorney to provide services   and/or address issues allowable under the Older Americans Act, including but not limited to   legal advice, counseling, education, training, seminar, personal counseling, advance   directives, power of attorney, health care power of attorney, deeds and leasehold   agreements.

  Estimated funding: $105,000

  Estimated Contract Time: July1, 2009 - June 30, 2010

  Contact Person:  Ludvina K. Takahashi, Executive on Aging, PH:  808 241-4470

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit a letter of interest, plus an original and four (4) copies of their resume to:
 
  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #5-PROF-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes should include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#5-PROF-08/09" on the cover page of each   resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be   directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education, training,  licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to be involved,  and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years (including   dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2) for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

  7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the firm’s   qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award:  http://kauai.gov ;follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.
 
Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Wednesday, April 8, 2009.  Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.

      Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
(SB108687   3/16, 3/18/09)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) anticipates the need for professional services in the fields of Anthropology and Archeology through June 30, 2009 and invites interested persons and/or firms to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications.

Instructions for applicants can be found on the State Procurement Office website at www4.hawaii.gov/bidapps under Procurement Notices - Office of Hawaiian Affairs.  All expressions of interest and statements of qualifications must be postmarked or delivered to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs by 4:00 p.m., Friday, March 27, 2009. 
Facsimiles, e-mails and other forms of electronic submittals will not be accepted.

Inquiries regarding this notice can be directed to Kevin Chang at (808) 594-1819.
(SB108710   3/15/09)
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NOTICE FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES
(RESUME #X2-PROF-08/09)

The County of Kauai, under an exempt HRS 103D process (#12-SPO7-08/09), hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2008 - 2009:

A. POLICE DEPARTMENT

The Kauai Police Department (KPD) is seeking the services of a licensed investigator or attorney to conduct an investigation into the claims filed with EEOC. The investigator should have had previous experience in conducting these types of investigations, is familiar with current laws and case law involving retaliation, and is able to offer recommendations based on their investigation.

  Estimated cost:  $6,000.00

  Estimated Contract Time: To be determined

  Contact person:  Asst. Chief, Gordon Isoda, (808) 241-1646.
                                                                       
The general process for evaluation and award of a contract for professional services will be applied (HRS 103D-304).

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the services listed shall submit one (1) original and three (3) copies of a letter of interest and resume to:

  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #2X-PROF-08/09) 
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes should include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#2X-PROF-08/09" on the cover page of each   resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be   directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its   offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education, training,  licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to be involved,  and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years (including   dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) parties in the engagements listed in 5., above who may be   contacted, including at least two (2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding   year.

  7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. The cost of the services, including hourly rates for each person providing the service or a fee   schedule.

  9. A disclosure of any known potential conflicts of interest with the County of Kauai which may   affect the firm/person’s ability to provide such service.

  10. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the firm’s   qualifications.
 
Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Friday, October 3, 2008. Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.


      Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
      County of Kauai
(SB70326   9/19/08)
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  NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #3-PROF-08/09)


Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2008 - 2009:


A. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - BUILDING DIVISION

1. DEVELOPMENT OF SCOPE OF WORK, PLANS, AND PERMITTING FOR LYDGATE   PARK PONDS REPAIR. Services of a licensed civil engineer, coastal engineer, or coastal   geologist with experience in State of Hawai’i permitting process for projects within the     coastal environment are needed for developing a scope of work, plans, and obtaining all   necessary permits for removal of excess sand and relocation of dislocated pond protection   rocks at the Lydgate Park swimming ponds.

  Estimated Cost:  $50,000.00
  Estimated Contract Time:    12 months.
  Contact Person:  Douglas Haigh, (808) 241-6650
 
Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall   submit one (1) original and four (4) copies of a letter of interest and resume for each project to:

  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #3-PROF-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes shall include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#3-PROF-08/09" on the cover page of each   resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be   directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its
  offices.

  3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education, training,
  licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to be involved,  and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

  4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

  5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years (including   dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of work performed.

  6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2) for   whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

  7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

  8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the firm’s   qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Wednesday, August 27, 2008.  Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.


      Wallace G. Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
      County of Kauai
(SB57712   8/6/08)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(Chapter 103D, HRS)

  The County of Hawai’i, Department of Public Works, in accordance with Federal and State procedures, is seeking qualified professional firms to provide engineering and other types of related professional services for scoping, preliminary design and preparation of an environmental assessment for the replacement of the Waikoloa Bridge, including provisions for the Waimea Trails and Greenways, Lindsey Road, in South Kohala, Hawai’i.
  The County of Hawai’i in consultation with the Hawai’i Department of Transportation (HDOT) has developed guidelines to standardize the preparation of statement of qualifications (statements) by consultants.  The purpose of these guidelines is to help assure consistency in format and content of statements prepared by the consultants and submitted to the DPW.  This process should reduce the time requirements for consultants in preparing statements and will simplify the review process by the DPW.  Copies of the "Request for Qualifications" and "Guidelines for Preparing Consultant Proposals" are available at the Administrative Office, Department of Public Works, Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720-4224.
  The County of Hawai’i, acting by and through the State of Hawai’i, Department of Transportation in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et esq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated again on the ground of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.
  The U.S. Department of Transportation regulations entitled "Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Programs," Part 26, Title 49, CFR is applicable to this project.
  Statement of Qualifications from interested firms shall be submitted with one original and two copies by October 17, 2008; no later than 4:30 p.m., Hawai’i Standard Time to:

  Bruce C. McClure, P.E. Director
  County of Hawai’i
  Department of Public Works
  Aupuni Center
  101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7
  Hilo, HI 96720-4224

  Any inquiry regarding the professional services required should be directed to Robert Yanabu, Department of Public Works at (808) 961-8321.
  The facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities.  To request an Auxiliary Aid or language translation, please call the Department of Public Works at (808) 961-8321 within five (5) days prior to the meeting date(s).

County of Hawai’i is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

       
    Bruce C. McClure, P.E. Director
    Department of Public Works
    County of Hawai’i
(SB56931   8/6/08)

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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(Chapter 103D, HRS)

  The County of Hawai’i, Department of Public Works, in accordance with Federal and State procedures, is seeking qualified professional firms to provide engineering and other types of related professional services to design and prepare plans, specifications and cost estimates, as well as obtain all necessary permits for the design of the Waikaalulu Bridge, in Hamakua, Hawai’i.
  The County of Hawai’i in consultation with the Hawai’i Department of Transportation (HDOT) has developed guidelines to standardize the preparation of statement of qualifications (statements) by consultants.  The purpose of these guidelines is to help assure consistency in format and content of statements prepared by the consultants and submitted to the DPW.  This process should reduce the time requirements for consultants in preparing statements and will simplify the review process by the DPW.  Copies of the "Request for Qualifications" and "Guidelines for Preparing Consultant Proposals" are available at the Administrative Office, Department of Public Works, Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7, at Hilo, Hawai’i 96720-4224.
  The County of Hawai’i, acting by and through the State of Hawai’i, Department of Transportation in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et esq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the ground of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.
  The U.S. Department of Transportation regulations entitled "Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Programs," Part 26, Title 49, CFR is applicable to this project.
  Statement of Qualifications from interested firms shall be submitted with one original and two copies by October 17, 2008; no later than 4:30 p.m., Hawai’i Standard Time to:

  Bruce C. McClure, P.E. Director
  County of Hawai’i
  Department of Public Works
  Aupuni Center
  101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7
  Hilo, HI 96720-4224

  Any inquiry regarding the professional services required should be directed to Jiro A. Sumada, Deputy Director, Department of Public Works at (808) 961-8321.
County of Hawai’i is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

        Bruce C. McClure, P.E. Director
    Department of Public Works
    County of Hawai’i
(SB49899   7/18/08)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(Chapter 103D, HRS)

  The County of Hawai’i, Department of Public Works, in accordance with Federal and State procedures, is seeking qualified professional firms to provide engineering and other types of related professional services to design and prepare plans, specifications and cost estimates, as well as obtain all necessary permits for the design of the Reed’s Island Bridge, in Pi’ihonua, South Hilo, Hawai’i.
  The County of Hawai’i in consultation with the Hawai’i Department of Transportation (HDOT) has developed guidelines to standardize the preparation of statement of qualifications (statements) by consultants.  The purpose of these guidelines is to help assure consistency in format and content of statements prepared by the consultants and submitted to the DPW.  This process should reduce the time requirements for consultants in preparing statements and will simplify the review process by the DPW.  Copies of the "Request for Qualifications" and "Guidelines for Preparing Consultant Proposals" are available at the Administrative Office, Department of Public Works, Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7, at Hilo, Hawai’i 96720-4224.
  The County of Hawai’i, acting by and through the State of Hawai’i, Department of Transportation in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et esq.) and Title 49, CFR, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation, hereby notifies all interested firms that it will affirmatively assure that disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the ground of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.
  The U.S. Department of Transportation regulations entitled "Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Programs," Part 26, Title 49, CFR is applicable to this project.
  Statement of Qualifications from interested firms shall be submitted with one original and two copies by October 17, 2008; no later than 4:30 p.m., Hawai’i Standard Time to:

  Bruce C. McClure, P.E. Director
  County of Hawai’i
  Department of Public Works
  Aupuni Center
  101 Pauahi Street, Suite 7
  Hilo, HI 96720-4224

  Any inquiry regarding the professional services required should be directed to Jiro A. Sumada, Deputy Director, Department of Public Works at (808) 961-8321.
  County of Hawai’i is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
     
    Bruce C. McClure, P.E. Director
    Department of Public Works
    County of Hawai’i
(SB49896   7/18/08)
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NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS
INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI´I

  The University of Hawai´i hereby invites licensed attorneys to submit expressions of interest and statements of qualifications to provide legal services on a contract basis as the need arises for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2008.
 
  At minimum, the University anticipates the need to contract for legal services in the following areas:

Administrative Law Estates & Trusts Procurement Law
Admiralty Family Law Product Liability
Antitrust Federal Legislation Public Financing, including
Appellate Practice Federal-State Relations Bond Counsel, Lease
Aviation Fiduciary Duties Financing
Banking and Relationships Public Records Law
Bankruptcy Hospital/Health Law Public Meeting Law
Cable Television Immigration Public Utilities
Civil Rights Information and Real Property
Collections Computer Technology Rule Drafting
Commercial Law Insurance Law Securities Law
Complex Civil Litigation Intellectual Property Surety Law
Constitutional Law International Law State Legislation
Construction Law Labor Law Taxation
Contract Law Land Use, including Zoning Telecommunications
Defamation Landlord/Tenant Torts
Eminent Domain Maritime Transportation Law
Employment Law Medical Malpractice Unfair & Deceptive Acts
Energy Law Military Law Water Rights
Environmental Law Negligent Misrepresentation Workers’ Compensation

  Attorneys interested in being retained to provide legal services in these areas, or any other area of practice which an attorney wishes to suggest might be needed, should submit a letter of interest together with a statement of qualifications which includes the following information:

  1. The name, business address, telephone and fax number(s), and e-mail address   of the attorney.

  2. The name of the law firm with which the attorney is affiliated, if any, the   number of years the attorney has been with the firm, whether the attorney is a   partner, shareholder or employee of the firm, and what, if any, special practice   units are part of the firm.

  3. A summary of the attorney’s educational and employment background.

  4. The jurisdictions (state and courts) in which the attorney is licensed and   authorized to practice.

  5. A brief description of other staff and facilities available to the attorney,  including secretarial and paralegal support, and other attorneys.

  6. The range of hourly rates charged by the attorney, and a summary of the types   and amounts of costs charged by the firm.

  7. The area(s) of practice in which the attorney is interested in being retained   with a brief summary of the attorney’s experience and types of cases/matters   the attorney has handled.

  Letters of interest and statements of qualifications should be sent to:

  Director
  Office of Procurement and Real Property Management
  1400 Lower Campus Road, Room 15
  Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
 
  Attorneys from the same firm wishing to be considered must submit separate statements.

  There is no deadline for submission.  The University conducts a continuous recruitment for the aforementioned legal services.

All questions pertaining to this solicitation may be directed to Mr. Kurt Minato, telephone (808) 956-7159.

  David McClain
(SB44473 6/25/08)  President, University of Hawai’i~


Notice to Providers of Professional Services
(Chapter 103D, Hawaii Revised Statutes)

The Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (OahuMPO) is seeking qualified firms to provide professional engineering/architectural planning services for the development of the OahuMPO’s 2035 Oahu Regional Transportation Plan (ORTP).  Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) will be received at the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization, Ocean View Center, Suite 200, 707 Richards Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813-4623, until 3:00 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time, on Monday, August 18, 2008.  An unbound original and seven (7) bound copies of the submittal, as well as a digital copy in Portable Document Format (PDF) on compact disc, are required.  Submittals transmitted by facsimile or e-mail will not be accepted.

The project consists of updating the ORTP to the year 2035.  The ORTP is the official guide for the development of the major surface transportation facilities and programs to be implemented on Oahu.  Based upon projected transportation needs and a constrained financial plan, the ORTP identifies short- and long-range strategies and actions that will ultimately lead to the development of an integrated, intermodal transportation system that facilitates the safe, efficient, and economic movement of people and goods.  The ORTP is updated once every five years and is amended as necessary.  OahuMPO’s Policy Committee approved the current ORTP in April 2006, entitled Oahu Regional Transportation Plan 2030.

A Request for Qualifications packet is available to all interested firms.  This packet provides the specifications and instructions for submitting the SOQs and other required information.  Interested firms must fully respond to and comply with the specifications and instructions contained in the packet.  This packet is available for pick up at the above referenced office or may be downloaded from www.oahumpo.org.

The OahuMPO, a subrecipient of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Metropolitan Planning Funds via the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT), has adopted HDOT’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) Program in its entirety, and follows HDOT’s contract provisions.  The OahuMPO hereby notifies all Providers that it will affirmatively ensure that, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252 USC 2000d to 2004d-4 and Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations, United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-Assisted Programs of the Department of Transportation, issued pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, sex, national origin, age, or handicap/disability in consideration for an award.  Providers are directed to the Supplemental Notice - Title VI Assurance contained in Attachment J of the RFQ and made an integral part of this request.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Regulations of the U.S. Secretary of Labor implementing Executive Order 11246, as amended, shall be complied with on this project.

The USDOT regulations, entitled Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprise in Department of Transportation Programs, Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26, is applicable to this project.  The contract DBE goal for this project is indicated in Attachment E, Requirements for Participation by DBEs, of the RFQ.  Providers are directed to the Supplemental Notice - Title VI Assurance contained in Attachment J of the RFQ and made an integral part of this request.

Questions concerning the RFQ must be submitted in writing to Randolph Sykes, and received no later than 3:00 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time, Friday, August 1, 2008 at the OahuMPO address shown above.

Estimated cost for this project is $1,000,000, inclusive of Hawaii General Excise Tax.
For additional information, contact Randolph Sykes, Planning Program Coordinator, at (808) 587-2015.

The OahuMPO reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any defects in said proposals if in the best interest of the public.

Gordon G.W. Lum, Executive Director
(SB41080   6/22/08)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #1B-PROF-08/09)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2008 - 2009:

A. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE - TREASURY DIVISION

1. Underwriting Services For Municipal Bond Financing. Responsible for developing plan   of financing, credit rating process, and leading pricing and marketing efforts; organizes the   efforts of all parties in structuring the financing and drafting the Offering Statement and
  related documents; analyzes financing alternatives for Issuer; prepares presentations for
  rating agencies and credit enhancers; reviews and helps shape principal legal documents;
  directs investor pre-sale bond marketing efforts; sets interest rates and offering terms of the   bonds, accepts orders from investors and underwriters, and commits capital to underwrite   unsold bonds.
 
  Estimated Cost. No costs are expended until bonds are sold.  Professionals are paid out   of the proceeds of the issue.

  Questions should be directed to Wallace G. Rezentes, Jr., Director of Finance,
  (808) 241-4200.

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit one (1) original and four(4) copies of a letter of interest and resume to:

  Director of Finance
  (RESUME #1B-PROF-08/09)
  Division of Purchasing
  4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
  Lihue, HI   96766
Resumes shall include:
 
  1. Reference to this Notice by noting "#1B-PROF-08/09" on the cover page of each   resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be
  directed to.

2. A brief history of the firm specifying it’s experience acting as underwriter on municipal bond   financings; include the principal place of business average number of employees over the   past five years and the location of all of the firms offices.

  3. List the names, locations and roles of staff that will work on the County’s municipal bond
  issue. Detail the public finance experience, education, training and any other information   that will assist in the County’s evaluation of their expertise

  4. A list of municipal bond financings completed over the past three years or currently
  underway.

  5. Summarize your firm’s ability to provide underwriting services for tax-exempt municipal   bonds, including general obligation bonds, revenue bonds.

  6. Describe your firm’s experience with tax-exempt obligations in the State of Hawaii.

  7. The names and phone numbers of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at   least two (2) for whom municipal bond underwriting services were rendered during the
  preceding year.

  8. Securities Data Company, Inc. ranking as Negotiated Senior Manager and Competitive
  Senior Manager for each of the past five years in long term general obligation, water
  revenue, and multi-family housing bonds.

  9. Discuss the firm’s institutional and retail marketing distribution and remarketing capabilities   both nationally and in Hawaii.  Identify how many full-time employees are dedicated to the   sales and trading of municipal securities and the firm’s average trading volume in Hawaii   municipal bonds.  Describe how your firm would assist the County in improving their image   with the municipal investor community in order to assure the widest distribution of their   bonds at the lowest interest rate possible.

  10. Disclose any lawsuits or administrative actions taken against you by the Federal
  Government, a state, or a municipality during the past three years related to public finance.  Disclose the nature and status of the action.  If none, so indicate.

  11. Any other pertinent information that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the   firm’s qualifications.

  12. Disclosure of any conflict of interest in providing services for the County of Kauai

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Friday, June 27, 2008.  Late submissions will be returned.  Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.


      Wallace G. Rezentes, Jr.
      Director of Finance
      County of Kauai
(SB38765   6/9/08)
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County of Maui
Notice to Providers of Professional Services

For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2009, the County of Maui anticipates the need for professional services.

The selection of professional services may be made in accordance with Section 103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes, which provides that the selection of professionals may be through a list of qualified applicants.  Persons engaged in providing professional services are invited to submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for evaluation and inclusion on a list of qualified professionals.  The statements shall include the following at a minimum:

(1)  The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its
  offices;
(2)  The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past years;
(3) The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
(4) The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at
  least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
(5) Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.  Firms or persons may amend statements of qualifications at any time by filing a new statement and shall
  immediately inform the head of the purchasing agency of any change in their submission that would disqualify the firm or person from being considered for a contract award.

Also, a list of projects or services provided to the County will be helpful for the County to determine the qualifications of the applicant.  To be considered for selection, consultants must express interest in the specific projects for which they are qualified.  Simply stating interest in "all projects" is not acceptable.

7 copies of 1 submittal (One submittal for all jobs/all departments), shall be received no later than 4:30 p.m., June 25, 2008, at the Purchasing Division of the County of Maui, 2145 Wells Street Suite 104, Wailuku, HI.  96793.  Please note that our address has changed, but we will also accept submittals mailed to 200 South High Street, Wailuku, HI.  96793.  Please do not submit separate submittals for each department.  Also, please provide all relevant information in as concise a manner as possible.

The budgeted consultant fees for projects listed below are categorized as follows: Category A - Less than $25,000; Category B - $25,000 to $50,000; Category C - $50,000 to $150,000; Category D $150,000 to $300,000; Category E - Over $300,000;
 
Following are the projected Capital Improvement projects and other professional services needs that we know of as of now or may need.  As priorities change, there inevitably will be additions, deletions, and other unanticipated changes to the projects listed below.  If new projects arise which require skill sets that are not adequately available within our existing list, we will re-advertise at that time to supplement the existing list:

Department of Public Works, Engineering Division
1. Surveying - Topography, boundary, subdivision, maps, easements, descriptions.
  Categories A, B, & C.
2. Design - Civil Engineering Projects.  C, D, & E.
3.  Design - Structural Engineering Projects.  C, D, & E.
4. Design/planning/permitting - Federal aid Civil Engineering Projects.  D & E.
5. Design/planning/permitting - Federal aid Structural Engr Projects.  D & E.
6. Construction management - Federal aid Projects.  D & E.
7.  Appraisals for land acquisition, easements.  A, B & C.
8. Design mechanical/electrical/architectural - county facilities.  A, B, C, & D.
9. Traffic studies at various locations.  A, B, C, & D.

Department of Environmental Management, Wastewater Division
1. Kihei Wastewater Reclamation Facility Process Study.  Category D.
2. Countywide EPA Consent Decree WWRF Renovation Projects.  Category E.
3. Lahaina WWRF UV Disinfection System Expansion/Upgrade.  Category D.
4. Kihei No. 2 Force Main Replacement.  Category D.
5. EPA Consent Decree Compliance Projects.  Category E. 
6. Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Kihei   Category E. 
7. Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Lahaina   Category E.
8. Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Central   Category E.
9. Alamaha Force Main Replacement   Category C.
10. Lahaina No. 3 Force Main Replacement.  Category E.
11.  Miscellaneous Mechanical Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects.  Category C.
12.  Miscellaneous Electrical Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects.  Category C.
13.  Miscellaneous Structural Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects.  Category C.
14.  Miscellaneous Civil Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects.  Category C.
15.  Miscellaneous Survey Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects Category C.
16.  Miscellaneous Software Programing/Consulting Projects.  Category C.

Department of Environmental Management, Solid Waste Division
1. Central Maui Landfill (CML) Maintenance Facility Preliminary Engineering Report; Category: D
2. Various Landfill (CML) Subsurface Fire Investigation and Mitigation; D
3. Central Maui Landfill (CML) Annual Topographic Survey; Category A
4. Molokai Landfill (MLF) Annual Topographic Survey;:  Category A
5. Central Maui Landfill (CML) Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plan; Category B
6. Hana Landfill Detention Basin Design; Category C
7. Materials Recovery Facility Design; Category E
8. Debris Management Plan; Category C
 
Department of Parks and Recreation
1.  Lahaina Aquatic Center Fiberglass Pool Filter System Repl. Category D.
2.  Kaunakakai Gym Improvements. Category C.
3.  Countywide ADA Improvements Category E.
4.  Baldwin Park Restroom design. Category D.   
5.  Wahikuli Beach Park Pedestrian Path.  Category C.
6.  Puunene Airport Master Plan Update.  Category C.

Department of Planning/Planning Related Services
1. Miscellaneous Planning related projects.

Water Department
1. Kula Tank Improvements.  Category D.
2. Upcountry Water Storage.  Category E.
3. Makawao Waterline Improvements.  Category C.
4. Molokai Source Development.  Category B.
5. Haiku Source Development.  Category D.
6. Haiku Waterline Improvements.  Category B.
7. Iao Source Development.  Category C.
8. Waiale to Kihei Booster Pump.  Category C.
9. West Maui Source Development.  Category D.

Department of Housing & Human Concerns
1.    Kaunoa Multi-Purpose Building Renovations.  Category A.

Department of Fire Control
1.  Haiku Fire Station: Planning and Design (C); Architect & Engineer (E); Surveyor (A)
2.  Kahului Station Annex Building Expansion: Primary Consultant (C); Planning and Design (C);  Architect & Engineer (D)
3.  Lahaina Station Addition: Planning for Variance (A); Planning and Design (C); Architect
  & Engineer (D); Surveyor (A)
4.  Lanai Fire Station Addition: Planning and Design (C); Architect & Engineer (D); Surveyor (A)
5.  Wailea Station Wellness/Fitness Room: Planning and Design (B); Architect & Engineer (B)
6.  Warehouse Space (A)
7.  County-Wide Fire Facilities - Misc. Consultants: Roof/Weatherproofing Consultant (A);  Asbestos/Lead Paint Abatement Consultant (A)
8.  Fire Commission Court Reporting (A)

Department of Civil Defense
Potential projects.  Funding categories unknown at this time:
1   Technical Interoperability Communications Plan validation, exercise and training
2   Community Emergency Response Team coordination and management
3   Emergency evacuation planning and plan development
4 Emergency shelter development and planning
5   Grant coordination and management
6   National Response Framework, National Incident Management System (NIMS), and Incident   Command System (ICS) documentation and accountability
7   Incident Command System (ICS), and other All-hazard training and exercise planning and
  coordination
8 Other various Homeland Security related initiatives requiring planning and development

Other Professional Service Categories
This category includes areas in which we will likely have either unanticipated or small $ projects:
1. Surveyors, Architects, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
2. Planning Consultants - for land acquisition work, environmental assessments, or other
  related work.
3. Court Reporting Services
                                   
    Kalbert Young
    Director of Finance
(SB39450   6/8/08)
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
BOARD OF WATER SUPPLY
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

The Board of Water Supply (BWS), City and County of Honolulu, anticipates the need for professional services for the fi scal year 2008-09.
Professional services may be required in, but shall not be limited to, the following project categories:
1. Project Category 09-01CRO: Marketing and Public Relations Services - Provide planning, coordination and implementation services for internal
and external outreach, education and advertising, if necessary, for various BWS projects.
2. Project Category 09-02CRO: Legislative and City Council Liaison - Provide services to perform as the liaison of the BWS with the Hawaii State
Legislature and the City Council, City and County of Honolulu.
3. Project Category 09-03E: Distribution Mains - Prepare plans, specifi cations, and cost estimates to install distribution water mains (12-inch
diameter and smaller) and appurtenances.
4. Project Category 09-04E: Transmission Mains - Prepare plans, specifi cations, and cost estimates to install transmission water mains (16-inch
diameter and larger) and appurtenances.
5. Project Category 09-05E: Topographic and Property Surveys - Provide professional land surveying services including, but not limited to,
preparation of topographic surveys for the installation of waterworks facilities and property surveys for the establishment of easements and property
ownership.
6. Project Category 09-06E: Geotechnical Engineering - Provide professional geotechnical engineering services.
7. Project Category 09-07E: Civil Engineering - Provide professional civil engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies,
plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications.
8. Project Category 09-08E: Mechanical Engineering/Pumping Plants - Provide professional mechanical engineering analysis and design services
for the preparation of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications for water pumping stations and related work.
9. Project Category 09-09E: Mechanical Engineering - Provide professional mechanical engineering analysis and design services for the preparation
of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications. Services may be required for, but not limited to, air conditioning,
plumbing, ventilation, SCADA and fi re protection systems.
10. Project Category 09-10E: Electrical Engineering/Pumping Plants - Provide professional electrical engineering analysis and design services for
the preparation of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications for electrical work related to water pumping stations and
water distribution systems.
11. Project Category 09-11E: Electrical Engineering - Provide professional electrical engineering analysis and design services for the preparation
of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications. Services may be required for, but not limited to, power, communications,
signaling, lighting and fi re protection signaling systems.
12. Project Category 09-12E: Structural Engineering - Provide professional structural engineering analysis and design services for the preparation
of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications.
13. Project Category 09-13E: Architectural Services - Provide professional architectural analysis and design services for the preparation of studies,
plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications.
14. Project Category 09-14E: Landscape Architecture - Provide professional landscape architectural analysis and design services for the preparation
of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications.
15. Project Category 09-15E: Archaeological Services - Provide archaeological services on an on-call, time and materials basis for BWS projects,
including, but not limited to, the preparation of archaeological survey reports, archaeological monitoring reports, burial mitigation plans, reinterment
of skeletal remains inadvertently discovered during excavation activities, and providing archaeological monitoring services during construction
activities in accordance with Department of Land and Natural Resources State Historic Preservation Division requirements.
16. Project Category 09-16E: Hazardous Waste Management Services - Provide hazardous waste management services on an on-call, time and
materials basis for inadvertent encounters of hazardous materials during BWS construction activities.
17. Project Category 09-17E: Hazardous Materials Services - Provide hazardous materials services for BWS projects. Perform materials testing
and prepare reports of test results and recommendations. Prepare permit applications, plans, and specifi cations for the removal and disposal of
hazardous materials in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations. Provide project inspection and testing at jobsite. Submit fi nal report
and certifi cations.
18. Project Category 09-18E: Environmental Assessments / Environmental Impact Statements - Provide environmental consultant services for the
preparation of environmental assessments or environmental impact statements for BWS projects.
19. Project Category 09-19E: Construction Management - Provide construction management services for BWS projects. Services to be provided
shall include, but not be limited to, review of plans and specifi cations prior to start of construction, construction inspection, contract administration,
cost and quality control; review and recommendation of action on contractor submittals, contract change orders, maintaining the project time
schedule, and claims; and maintenance and submittal of all required records and reports.
20. Project Category 09-20E: Traffi c Control Plans - Provide professional engineering services for the preparation of traffi c control plans for BWS
projects within City and State jurisdictions.
21. Project Category 09-21E: NPDES Permits - Provide consultant services to prepare applications for and to obtain National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (NPDES) Permits and all other permits associated with the discharge of water into the storm sewer and sanitary sewer systems
within City and State jurisdictions.
22. Project Category 09-22EC: Water Quality Monitoring and Treatment Research Studies - Conduct potable and nonpotable water quality
monitoring and treatment studies and applied research as directed and in consultation with BWS. Perform related sampling, collection and testing
for various chemical and microbiological parameters as directed. Use approved and accepted test methods and conduct appropriate quality control
procedures. Must have direct experience in designing, conducting and managing water and wastewater research projects.
23. Project Category 09-23EC: NPDES Storm Water Permits and Management
Plans - Provide consultant services to prepare storm water management plans and to obtain national Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
(NPDES) Permits associated with the discharge of water into storm water systems within City and State jurisdictions.
24. Project Category 09-24F: Audit and Accounting Services - Provide professional audit and accounting services and fi nancial analyses for special
projects as needed.
25. Project Category 09-25F: Financial Services - Provide fi nancial services for the issuance and sale of bonds and other fi nancial instruments, for
development and analysis of capital project cash fl ow forecasts, and to enhance system revenue forecasts. Conduct evaluations of alternative rate
and fee structures for both the BWS’s potable and nonpotable water services and options for complementary water affordability and conservation
programs to support the BWS’s strategic objectives. Review and evaluate the BWS’s fi nancial policies and procedures and assist in benchmarking
the BWS’s fi nancial operations relative to industry standards. Facilitate the development and updating of an Annual Report for the BWS that
delineates the BWS’s strategic objectives and plan as well as provides information on the BWS’s fi nancial performance. Provide fi nancial analysis
of alternative investment options available to the BWS and associate implications for system revenue requirements. Provide third party independent
review and recommendation of bond refi nancing options and proposals provided bond underwriters.
26. Project Category 09-26F: Actuarial Analysis - Provide actuarial valuation/reserve analysis for the BWS relating to the fi nancial requirements of
the Hawaii Employer-Union Health Benefi ts Trust Fund.
27. Project Category 09-27F: Bond Compliance Services - Provide professional fi nancial services to perform bond compliance services including,
but not limited to, arbitrage and rebate calculations, continuing disclosure and other related services.
28. Project Category 09-28HR: Human Resource Services - Provide professional human resources services including, but not limited to, the following:
employment risk assessment; medical analysis and assessment; compensation analysis; salary surveys; equal employment/affi rmative action;
training and staff development; workers’ compensation; or services related to human resources management.
29. Project Category 09-29HR: Investigative Services - Provide professional investigative services including, but limited to, the following: conducting
internal investigations concerning all areas of employment such as, but not limited to, theft, workplace violence, drug abuse, threat management
and employee misconduct. In addition, ability to provide surveillance, testimony, investigative reports and background checks.
30. Project Category 09-30IT: Geographic Information System (GIS) Application and Database Development and Update - Perform all services in
connection with developing, integrating and updating GIS applications and BWS GIS database.
31. Project Category 09-31IT: .Net Application Development Services - Plan, design, develop, implement, maintain and support .Net software
applications.
32. Project Category 09-32IT: Web Application Services - Plan, design, develop, implement, maintain and support web applications and internet
systems.
33. Project Category 09-33IT: Citrix Services - Provide planning, design, implementation, maintenance and support services for Citrix software.
34. Project Category 09-34IT: Filenet and Kofax Services - Provide planning, design, implementation, maintenance and support services for Filenet
and Kofax software.
35. Project Category 09-35IT: Network and IP Phone Services - Provide planning, design, implementation, maintenance and support services for
Cisco network hardware and software, Cisco IP phone system hardware and software and wireless network hardware and software.
36. Project Category 09-36IT: Hydraulic Model Development and Calibration - Perform all services in connection with developing, integrating,
calibrating and maintaining the BWS hydraulic models.
37. Project Category 09-37IT: Global Positioning System (GPS) Application and Data Collection - Perform all services in connection with developing,
integrating and updating GPS applications and collecting BWS infrastructure data using GPS technology.
38. Project Category 09-38IT: On-Site Server and Personal Computer (PC) Management Services- Provide on-site server and PC management
services; on-site help desk services; and PC training services.
39. Project Category 09-39L: Legal Services - Provide professional legal services to the BWS. Services may be required in, but shall not be limited
to, the following areas or specialties: Administrative Law, Bankruptcy, Business (domestic and international), Civil Litigation, Civil Rights including
ADA, Collections, Constitutional Law, Construction Law, Criminal Defense, Eminent Domain, Employment Law including discrimination,
Environmental Law, Governmental Contracting, Labor Law, Land Use including planning and zoning, Procurement, Public and Charitable Trust
Law, Public Financing, Real Estate, Tax, Torts including malpractice, defamation and other international torts, and Workers’ Compensation.
Law fi rms or attorneys interested in being retained to provide legal services in these areas should submit a letter of interest together with a resume
which includes information about the following:
(1) The name of the fi rm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offi ces;
(2) The area(s) of interest for consideration;
(3) The age of the fi rm and its average number of employees over the past years;
(4) The education, training, and qualifi cations of key members of the fi rm;
(5) The names and phone numbers of up to fi ve clients who may be contacted, including at least two for whom services were rendered during
the preceding year;
(6) Any promotional or descriptive literature which the fi rm desires to submit;
(7) The range of hourly rates charged by the attorney, paralegal and other billable staff as well as a summary of the types and amounts of cost
charged by the fi rm;
(8) The jurisdictions (state and courts) in which the attorney is licensed and authorized to practice.
40. Project Category 09-40LD: Decommissioning of Dams/Reservoirs -
Provide professional civil engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies, plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit
applications for the decommissioning of dams/reservoirs. Provide necessary services and documentation to meet the requirements of the Hawaii
Dam and Reservoir Safety Act of 2007 in decommissioning the existing dams/reservoirs to protect the health and welfare of the citizens of Oahu.
41. Project Category 09-41OP: Water Treatment - Provide professional engineering analysis and design services for the preparation of studies,
plans, specifi cations, cost estimates, and permit applications for water treatment for water pumping stations and water distribution systems.
42. Project Category 09-42OM: Water System Procedures - Provide planning and implementation services for developing the BWS standard operating
procedures (SOPs) in the areas of water system analysis, programming and operational programs. Services may include, but not limited to,
integrating and coordinating the SOPs with applicable BWS strategies and initiatives (e.g. groundwater sustainability, fi nancial sustainability, level
of water service provided, etc.) Development services, include national benchmarking, organizational development, technical services for utility
water system analysis and capital program procedures, economic analysis tools, and metrics plans.
43. Project Category 09-43S: Security System - Provide planning, design, installation, implementation, integration, maintenance, and support for
BWS access control, video and alarm monitoring system and software.
44. Project Category 09-44WSO: Energy Effi ciency Initiatives – Provide planning, design and contracting or construction services and support for
projects primarily aimed at increasing the effi ciency of electrical or mechanical or water distribution network systems.
Any inquiries regarding the project category shall be directed to the Offi ce of Procurement at 748-5078. Any fi rm or person who is interested in
being considered for providing services and who has the qualifi cations and resources should submit a letter of interest together with statements of
qualifi cation in the manner specifi ed under SUBMITTAL MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Award of projects is subject to the availability of funds and approval by the Board of Water Supply. Qualifi cations submitted for only parts of the
work defi ned within the project category shall be considered nonresponsive to this notice.
The BWS will prepare a "list of qualifi ed" consultants for each category of professional service to be utilized throughout the fi scal year. Additional
notices for professional services may be given if (1) the response to the initial notice is inadequate; (2) the response to the initial notice does not
result in adequate representation of available sources; or (3) previously unanticipated needs for professional services arise. Additional notices are
posted on the BWS website. The website address is http://www.boardofwatersupply.com.
SUBMITTAL MATERIALS REQUIREMENTS
1. Letter of interest indicating the specifi c categories in which services are offered.
2. PROVIDE FOUR COPIES OF SEPARATE STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR EACH CATEGORY. Each statement shall highlight
qualifi cations, expertise, and experience relevant to the specifi c project category. Separate statements will allow simultaneous review by multiple
screening/review committees. Failure to provide separate statements of qualifi cations may limit consideration.
3.The Standard Form Revised 330 (SFR330) shall be used as the standard format for the statement of qualifi cations. The form can be
downloaded from the Board of Water Supply website at (http://www.boardofwatersupply.com) or obtained from the BWS Offi ce of Procurement at
630 South Beretania Street, Third Floor, Room 307. (NOTE: Only submittals for Project Categories 09-03E - 09-19E are required to complete
sections C and D of the SFR 330.)
4. Curricula vitae for all key personnel within the fi rm shall also be included with the SFR330.
5. Subconsultants to be utilized on specifi c projects shall be listed on the submitted SFR330. A separate SFR330 for each subconsultant shall not
be submitted.
6.The following information shall be included in the SFR330 form:
a. The name of the fi rm or person’s principal place of business and locations of all of its offi ces;
b. The age of the fi rm and its average number of employees over the past fi ve years;
c. The education, training, and qualifi cations of key members of the fi rm;
d. The names and phone numbers of up to fi ve clients who may be contacted, including at least two for whom services were rendered during the
preceding year;
e. Certifi cation as a recognized or registered small, minority, women-owned, veteran-owned, service disabled veteran-owned, HUBzone, and/
or other disadvantaged business enterprises as defi ned by the U.S. Government. It is BWS’ intention to award a fair proportion of purchases,
contracts, and subcontracts with small business concerns as prescribed by the U.S. Government. Evaluation criteria for award will include
considerations for such business enterprises;
f. Certifi cation that applicant and its principals, to the best of its knowledge and belief: (a) are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for
debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded by any federal department or agency; (b) have not within a three-year period
preceding this submission been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal offense
in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State or County) transaction or contract under a public
transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commissions of embezzlement,theft, forgery, bribery, falsifi cation or destruction
of records, making false statements, or receiving stolen property; (c) are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged
by a governmental entity (Federal, State or County) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (b) of this section; and
(d) have not within a three-year period preceding this submission had one or more public transactions (Federal, State or County) terminated
for cause or default.
g. Any confl ict of interest in performing services for the Board of Water Supply and/or the City and County of Honolulu;
h. A listing of all projects under contract with the Board of Water Supply and/or the City and County of Honolulu;
i. Proposed staff commitment;
j. Other pertinent data related to the project category;
k. Any promotional or descriptive literature that the fi rm desires to submit.
l. Past record of performance on contracts with respect to cost control, quality of work, and ability to meet schedules.
7. Delivery address for submittals is as follows:
Attn: Statements of Qualifi cations
Board of Water Supply
City and County of Honolulu
Offi ce of Procurement
Public Service Building, Room 307
630 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96843
DEADLINE
Submit the submittal materials no later than 4:30 p.m. on July 7, 2008 to the BWS Offi ce of Procurement. Submittals received after this date may
receive limited consideration. NO FACSIMILE OR ELECTRONIC SUBMITTALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Access our Internet - This information is available from the BWS website at http://www.boardofwatersupply.com.
CLIFFORD P. LUM
Manager and Chief Engineer
Board of Water Supply
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai’i anticipates for the fiscal year 2008-2009 for professional services that shall include but not limited to the following:

  1. Civil Engineering 10. Geology
  2. Mechanical Engineering 11. Accounting
  3. Electrical Engineering 12. Auditing
  4. Architecture 13. Computer Science
  5. Landscape Architecture a.  Software
  6. Archaeology b.  Hardware
  7. Land Surveying c.  Geographic Information Systems
  8. General Education and Training 14. Law
  a.  Safety 15. Real Property Appraisal
  b.  Public Relations 16. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
  c.  Human Resources 17. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing)
  9. Hydrology
 
Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager, Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i, 345 Kekuanaoa Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

  1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all
  its offices;
  2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
  3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
  4. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including
  at least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
  5. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desired to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager. Responses will be continuously accepted until such time as this solicitation is cancelled. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

  Milton D. Pavao, P.E., Manager
  Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai’i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

(SB35848   6/2/08)


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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(HRS 103D-304)

Various Departments and Agencies of the County of Hawai’i plan to use professional services in several categories of work during the fiscal year 2008-2009, beginning July 1, 2008.

Under the requirements of HRS Sec. 103-D-304, such professional services are subject to competitive selection.  Accordingly, interested parties are invited to submit statements of qualification and expressions of interest.  Such statements shall include:

  (1) The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of   its offices;

  (2)  The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;

  (3)  The education, training, and qualifications of the individual, or if a firm, its key
  employees;

  (4)  A list of recent projects and the names of up to five clients who may be contacted,
  including at least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding
  year; and

  (5)  Any promotional or descriptive literature which the individual or firm desires to submit.

Although any County department or agency may utilize any particular service, in order to prevent duplication, providers of specific services are requested to submit the above to the listed individual below for each respective service they are interested in providing:

 
To be submitted to Mr. Bruce C. McClure, P. E., Director, Department of Public Works, County of Hawai’i, Aupuni Center, 101 Pauahi Street,  Suite 7, Hilo, Hawaii 96720-4224
1)  Architecture*
2)  Civil Engineering*
3)  Civil Engineering* (Geotechnical/Soils Engineering, requires a licensed civil engineer)
4)  Civil Engineering* (Traffic Engineering, including Traffic Calming, requires a licensed civil
  engineer)
5)  Electrical Engineering*
6)  General Engineering (Construction Management, requires a licensed engineer)
7)  Land Surveying*
8)  Landscape Architecture*
9)  Mechanical Engineering*
10) Structural Engineering *
  *Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, and Landscape Architecture professionals shall   include State form DPW-120 or equivalent Federal forms with their submittals.

To be submitted to Mr. Christopher J. Yuen, Planning Director, Planning Department, County of Hawai’i, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 3, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
11) Archaeology
12) Botany (Botanical Survey)
13) Community Planning (Community Planning Assistant/Project Management
  Support-community organizing, public participation)
14) Community Planning (Community/Public Relations/Event Planning)
15) Community Planning (Community/Regional Development Plans/General Plan)
16) Community Planning (Environmental Assessment/Environmental Impact Statement
  Preparation for NEPA and HRS Chapter 343)
17) Community Planning (Land Use Planning, Environmental Planning, Public Access)
18) Community Planning (Writer)
19) Economist/Social Science (Socio-Economic and Housing Studies)
20) Attorney (Land Use Hearing Officer (Attorneys or Planners) with experience)
21) Attorney (Mediation Services (Attorneys or Professional) with experience)
22) Plant Pathology/Plant Physiology/Forestry (Arborist)
23) Wildlife Biology (Fauna Survey)
24) Attorney (Land Use/Planning)

To be submitted to Ms. Bobby-Jean Leithead-Todd, Director, Department of Environmental
Management, County of Hawai’i, 25 Aupuni Street, Room 210, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
25) Environmental Engineering
26) Community Planning (Solid Waste, Recycling, Wastewater)
27) Education Program/Education Services
28) General Engineering/Fire Protection Engineering (Landfill Closure/Fire Control Consultant)

To be submitted to Mr. William Takaba, Director of Finance, County of Hawai’i, 891 Ululani Street, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
29) Auditing
30) Attorney (Bond Counsel)
31) Public Finance Bond Underwriting
32) Public Finance Bond Underwriting (Market Absorption Consultant)
33) Public Finance (Financial Advising)
34) Accounting (Claims Adjuster)
35) Auditing (Investigative Services)
36) Accounting (Actuarial Services)
37) Auditing (Arbitrage Compliance Consultant)
38) Accounting (Accounting, Analysis, and Administration of Special Financing Districts)
39) Real Estate Broker & Salesperson (Land Agent)
40) Real Property Appraisal (Real Estate Appraisal)
41) Trustee (Trustee, Fiscal Agent, Paying Agent, registrar)

To be submitted to Mr. Lincoln S. T. Ashida, Corporation Counsel, County of Hawai’i, 101 Aupuni Street, Suite 325, Hilo, Hawaii 96720, or via email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address):
42) Attorney/Law (Civil Rights Defense)
43) Attorney/Law (General Personal Injury Defense)
44) Attorney/Law (Criminal Defense of Police Officers)
45) Attorney/Law (Insurance Defense)
46) Attorney/Law (Federal and State Tax Law)
47) Attorney/Law (Worker’s Compensation Law)
48) Attorney/Law (Constitutional Law)
49) Attorney/Law (Public Sector Employment Law)
50) Attorney/Law (Public Financing Law)
51) Attorney/Law (Drafting of Legislation and Administrative Rules)
52) Attorney/Law (Real Estate Law)

To be submitted to Mr. Clayton Yugawa, Director, Data Systems Department, County of Hawaii, 25 Aupuni Street, Room 102, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
53) Computer Engineering (GIS Mapping/Programming Services)
54) Computer Engineering (Computer Sciences - Custom Software Development)
55) Computer Engineering (Computer Sciences - Web Development and Administration)
56) Computer Engineering (Network Analysis)


To be submitted to Mr. Lawrence Mahuna, Chief of Police, Hawai’i County Police Department,
County of Hawaii, 349 Kapiolani Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
57) Psychology (Psychiatrists and or Psychologists) to perform psychological evaluations.
58) Nursing (Registered Nurses to provide services in sexual assault cases)
59) Professional Engineering (System Design and Engineering) for Radio and Microwave
  Communications Projects.

To be submitted to Ms. Patricia Engelhard, Director, Department of Parks and Recreation, County of Hawaii, 101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
60) Dietitian and Nutritionist (Registered Dietitians)
61) Veterinary (Veterinarians for Zoo Animals)
62) Industrial Hygiene (Hazardous Materials Survey, Assessment & Planning)

To be submitted to Mr. Edwin Taira, Administrator, Housing and Community Development, County of Hawaii, 50 Wailuku Drive, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
63) General Engineering (Construction Inspector)
64) General Engineering (Project Manager)

To be submitted to Mr. Michael R. Ben, Director of Human Resources Department of Human
Resources, Suite 2, 101 Pauahi Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
65) Auditing/Law (Workers Compensation Claims Adjusters, including representation at
  hearings)
66) Nursing (Case Management Nurses)
67) Industrial Hygiene (Industrial Hygienists)
68) Safety Engineering (Safety Trainers/Safety Inspections)
69) Law (Court Reporting Services)
70) General Health Science (Substance Abuse Professional)

To be submitted to Mr. Quince Mento, Civil Defense Administrator, 920 Ululani Street, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720:
71) Accounting (Grant Management)
72) Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Hazard Mitigation Specialist)
73) Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Emergency Management)
74) Safety Engineering/General Physical Science (Domestic Preparedness
  Training Coordinator/Project Manager)

To be submitted to Ms. Jane H. Testa, Director of Research & Development, 25 Aupuni Street, Room 109, Hilo, Hawaii 96720:
75) General Education and Training (Community Outreach and Engagement)
76) General Education and Training (Facilitation, Strategic Planning and Conflict Resolution)
77) Economist/Social Science/Ecology (Sustainable Development)

Responses to this solicitation will be placed on file, and as needs arise, will be considered for selection, according to the requirements of the State Procurement Code.  All County Departments and Agencies may use any of the lists in selection of providers of needed services.

Individuals or firms wishing to be considered for more than one category of service listed above must submit a copy for each individual professional service, with a cover letter for each clearly stating which discipline it is in application for.

Individuals or firms who have previously responded to any County of Hawai’i request for a statement of qualification and expression of interest must submit a new statement of qualification and expression of interest for each category of interest to be considered for projects arising during Fiscal Year 2008-2009.

Questions regarding this solicitation may be directed to Gilbert Benevides, Purchasing Agent, at (808) 961-8440, facsimile 961-8248, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Individuals or firms may contact the listed Department Heads to inquire about electronic/email submissions.  Individual departments shall determine suitability of this type of submittal(s) accordingly.

All responses should be submitted prior to 4:30 p.m., June 30, 2008.  At this time, the list of qualified applicants will be established.  Interested parties may submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest after this deadline and may be considered for projects which are initiated after receipt of their submittal.

     
    WILLIAM TAKABA        
    Director of Finance

Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

(SB34521   5/21/08)

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NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRMS

The University of Hawaii is seeking qualified professional firms to provide services in the following areas of disciplines for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2008: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Professional Engineering, Planning, Construction/Project Management, Cost Estimating, Development Implementation, Land Surveying, Aerial Surveying, Real Property Appraisal, Environmental Assessment/Impact Studies, Project Development Reports, Facilities Asset Management Planning, Capital Planning, Commissioning, Traffic Planning, Archaeological Assessment, Community Relations, Environmental/Industrial Monitoring, Elevators/Escalators, Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM), Underground Storage Tanks (UST), Lead Containing Paints (LCP) and Hazardous Environmental. Projects will include repair and maintenance projects, capital improvements program projects, and various types of planning projects located at all University of Hawaii campuses statewide, University-owned properties, extension sites, facilities for research, public service, and other institutional programs.

The selection of firms for projects initiated by the University shall be made from the University’s List of Qualified Professionals. The list will be established by responses to this request for qualifications.

Professionals interested in being considered for selection must electronically file their qualifications at http://www.hawaii.edu/oci. There is no deadline for the filing of qualifications. The University conducts continuous recruitment for the aforementioned professional services.

Additionally, all firms interested in qualifying for projects dealing with ACM, UST, LCP and Hazardous Environmental, must complete the Supplemental Information - Specialization section. Only those firms filing complete supplemental information and meeting the minimum requirements as specified therein shall be considered for hazardous materials and/or underground storage projects.

Subject to legislative budget appropriation and allotment of funds by the Governor, the University intends to procure architectural/engineering and planning services, including development of construction documents, field/facility investigations, interview, permit approvals, material review, construction review and other related services for the following projects systemwide:

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA (INCLUDING UNIVERSITY-OWNED PROPERTIES, EXTENSION SITES AND FACILITIES FOR RESEARCH, PUBLIC SERVICE AND OTHER INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAMS), UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT HILO, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII-WEST OAHU, AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES (HAWAII, HONOLULU, KAPIOLANI, KAUAI, LEEWARD, MAUI, WINDWARD)

  1.  Repair/Renovate/Reroof/Various Buildings
  2.  Repair/Repaint Exterior/Interior, Various Buildings
  3.  Repair/Resurface/Restripe Parking, Roadways and Walkways
  4. Repair/Replace/Upgrade Air Conditioning, Various Buildings
  5.  Repair/Replace/Upgrade Electrical Systems, Various Buildings
  6.  Repair/Replace/Upgrade Mechanical Systems, Various Buildings
  7. Repair/Replace/Upgrade Maintain/Inspect Elevators/Escalators, Various Buildings
  8.  Asbestos/Lead Paint Abatement, Various Buildings
  9.  Removal of Underground Storage Tanks
  10.  Hazardous Material(s) Assessment & Removal
  11.  Land/Aerial Surveying
  12. Environmental Assessment
  13.  Landscape Architecture
  14. Repair/Renovate Site Utilities
  15.  Construction of New Structures/Facilities
  16. Commissioning and/or Retro-Commissioning
  17. Facility Forensic Assessment
  18.  Repair/Replace Interior Furnishings
  19.  Master Plan Development
  20. Development of Project Development Reports
  21. Facilities Asset Management Planning
  22.  Capital Planning
  23.  Market and Financial Feasibility Studies
  24.  Developer Selection and Implementation Services
  25. Community Relations

All questions pertaining to this solicitation may be directed to the University of Hawaii Office of Capital Improvements at (808) 956-7935.

  David McClain
  President, University of Hawaii
(SB31932   5/15, 5/18/08) 
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NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  Pursuant to Chapter 103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes, the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC), anticipates the need for professional services in fiscal year 2009 (July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009), which includes the following:
 
  Architecture   Cost Engineering
 
Landscape Architecture   Auditing
 
Community Planning   Real Property Appraisal
 
    Civil Engineering   Financial Feasibility Analysis
 
Transportation/Traffic Engineering   Information Technology Management
 
Structural Engineering   Computer Engineering
 
Land Surveying     Geographic Information Systems
 
Construction Management   Archivist

Hawaii State registration is required for architecture, engineering, surveying, and construction management work.

Those individual and/or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services required and described above should submit the following information listed below by 4:30 p.m., June 13, 2008 to:

Executive Director
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
677 Queen Street, Suite 300
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

The following should be submitted:

  1. A letter of interest indicating the professional services for which the firm is interested
  and qualified to provide;
  2. A completed DPW Form 120 (revised 6/99) or the Federal Standard Form 330 in place
  of the DPW Form 120;
  3. Five (5) or more client references whom the agency may freely contact;
  4. Company or firm brochures and similar promotional materials (optional);
  5. Any other information or materials that the submitting party believes would be useful and
  relevant in being considered to provide the types of services set forth above.

Copies of the DPW Form 120 may be obtained from the DPW website at:  http://www.hawaii.gov/pwd/profsvcs or by faxing a request to HHFDC at (808) 587-0600.

In general, submittal packages and formats provided to other public agencies in response to advertisements of a similar nature should be acceptable, provided that the foregoing minimum requirements are met.  Persons or firms that previously responded to HHFDC for similar solicitation notices by the State of Hawaii in the last two years will remain under consideration to provide professional services through June 2009, but are required to submit a letter of interest and written hard-copy updates of any information contained in those earlier submittals that may have changed, by the date and time indicated above for the new submittals.  Late submittals will be accepted, but may not receive the same consideration as timely submittals.

Orlando Davidson, Executive Director
Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation
(SB32612   5/14/08)
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NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kaua‘i hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit   current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest.

The Board of Water Supply (“BWS”) of the County of Kauai is seeking the professional services of a consultant to assist the BWS in screening, evaluating, and/or assessing applicants for the position of Manager and Chief Engineer of the Department of Water (“DOW”).

Project Budget:  $50,000
Estimated Project Completion Time:  Three to four months

The services requested are intended to assist the BWS in selecting the Manager and Chief Engineer of the DOW.  Services to be rendered may include, but are not be     limited to:

Conducting an on-site job analysis;
Screening and evaluating applicants;
Developing and conducting a job-related assessment center and other tests as necessary to assess the qualifications of applicants;
Providing oral and written reports with recommendations to the BWS; and
Providing all other incidental or related services, as the BWS deems necessary
(including, but not limited to, psychological examinations) to assist the BWS in selecting a Manager and Chief Engineer of the DOW.

This work will require that the consultant be qualified and experienced in: (1) screening and evaluating applicants for the position of Manager and Chief Engineer, and/or (2) the professional development and conduct of assessment centers for the position of Manager and Chief Engineer.

Any inquiries regarding this notice should be directed to Debra Togioka, Personnel     Assistant to the DOW, at (808) 245-5407.

Any consultant interested in being considered to provide the required services shall   submit a letter of interest and a resume or statement of qualifications according to the instructions below.

The letter of interest shall describe the services the Consultant intends to provide to the BWS and shall contain information relating, but not limited, to: the screening and   evaluating of applicants for the position of Manager and Chief Engineer, the         development and conduct of an assessment center and other related or necessary tests, including the selection and training of assessors who will participate in an     assessment center; the administering of psychological examinations; a projected   timetable and costs; and information as to how soon the consultant can begin work.

The resume or statement of qualifications should include a complete description of the consultant’s background and experience including, but not limited to, the following   information: educational background of the consultant or key staff persons who will be providing the required services; experience from at least the past three years in       developing and conducting assessment centers for Water Manager and Chief         Engineers, including a description of what work was personally performed by the     consultant or key staff persons; experience from at least the past three years in   screening and evaluating candidates for the position of Water Manager and Chief   Engineer for municipalities; reference contact persons; and the population of       municipalities for which any assessment centers for Water Manager and Chief       Engineer were designed, or for which services were provided relating to the screening and evaluating of candidates for the position of Water Manager and Chief Engineer for municipalities.

Consultants interested in and capable of providing the preceding professional services shall submit a letter of interest and accompanying submittals and six (6) copies of their resume or statement of qualifications to:

Board of Water Supply, County of Kauai
P.O. Box 1706
4398 Pua Loke Street
Lihue, Hawaii 96766
Attention: Debra Togioka

Submittals, including resumes, may be amended at any time by filing a new letter of   interest, statement of qualifications, or resume. Any changes that would constitute cause for disqualifying an applicant from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Board of Water Supply.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai’s website (http://kauai.gov) within seven (7) days of any contract award.

The deadline for submissions is 4:00 p.m. (Hawaiian Standard Time), November 7, 2007. Expressions of interest submitted after the deadline for submissions shall be   returned. The risk of any late delivery lies with the sender.   (SB03512686 10/21, 10/24/07)


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Pursuant to Chapter 103D, HRS, the Kauai County Department of Water anticipates the need to engage the following professional services.  Those determined to be qualified to provide the requested professional services shall be placed on a list for a one-year   period. The requested services include, but are not limited to:

Special Counsel Services: Qualified attorneys licensed in the State of Hawaii who can provide advice, counsel, and/or representation in civil matters including, but not limited to: administrative law, contract law, construction law, eminent domain, torts, workers compensation.

Fiscal: Financial services, such as computer software system analysis and procedures; integration and training for billing and financial systems; financial and budgetary     reporting, analysis and formatting; financial management and water rate analysis and Facilities Reserve Charge study; automation of timekeeping process.

Engineering: Civil, architectural, mechanical, electrical, and industrial engineering for waterworks facilities and other work relating to:
A. construction management and engineering project management;
B. planning and design for the drilling and testing of water wells, surface water
treatment facilities, construction of water tanks, water transmission and
distribution mains, and evaluation of water quality issues related to merging of
surface water and groundwater systems;
C. outfitting of water facilities with new or renovated deepwell production-
pumps, booster pumps, water tank electrical controls, SCADA, instrumentation
and piping;
D. planning, design and construction management for waterworks facilities site
improvements, including structures, landscaping, fencing and pavement,
portable generator shelters;
E. inspection, repair, recoating, renovating and replacement of buildings,
waterworks facilities (deepwell sites, tunnel sources, tanks, pump stations,
pipelines and controls), and development of maintenance management
programs for fixed facilities (valves, fire hydrants, pump station etc.)
and mobile equipment;
F. leak detection;
G. design, install, inspect, and repair of corrosion control-systems;
I. water meter analyses, repair and testing services;
J. thermographic inspection of electrical systems.

Project No. PLH-39a, Department of Water’s Office and Baseyard Improvement, Phase 2:  Evaluate, recommend and design improvements for the Department of Water’s Office and Baseyard, such as interior office renovations (front office lobby security           improvements), office space planning and layout (Microlab 2nd floor), Computer Server Room, and site improvements including new concrete driveway, culvert and headwall, chain-link fence and automatic operating gate.  Design of material storage and handling system for the warehouse stocking of waterworks materials (pipes, fittings, couplings, repair clamps, meters, valves, electric motors, pumps, gaskets, nuts & bolts, etc.)

Water Resources and Planning:  Hydraulic Model Maintenance and Support Services:  Professional engineering and computer system services for hydraulic model         maintenance and support to include review and update of existing and new water     system facilities, water system service areas/pressure zones, consumer demand       information, system calibration, formal training and on-call support.

GIS Implementation Support Services:  Engineering, planning, computer GIS analysis services.  The work shall include research and development requirements and the design and development of a Geographic Information System that will be used in displaying and linking information for water system facilities (i.e. water meter, fire hydrant, valve and pipe distribution system), service area/pressure zones, customer/billing service   information, water meter application and building permit request, customer agreement processing, capital improvement project information and hydraulic model support.

Computer System Services:  Provide professional support services for the maintenance and management of the Department’s computerized maintenance management       information system utilizing Summit’s MPET software and for its supervisory control and data acquisition system utilizing Wonderware.

Those interested and capable of providing the professional services required shall   submit a letter of interest together with a single copy of a statement of qualifications (SOQ) to Ms. Wynne Ushigome, Acting Manager & Chief Engineer, Kauai County     Department of Water, P.O. Box 1706 or 4398 Pua Loke Street, Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766.  Questions may be directed to Ms. Emi Tanihiro at (808) 245-5409.

SOQs should identify the area(s) of professional services provided by the proposer, and include a description of the proposer’s firm and the qualifications and related         experiences of the principals and staff members, with supporting data and information as they relate to the proposed subject-matter areas.  Use of Federal Form SF 330 or State Form DPW 120 with supplemental information, where appropriate, is encouraged.  SOQ’s should include, but not be limited to, the following information:

A. the name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location
of all of its offices;
B. the age of the firm and its average number of employees for the past five years;
C. the education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
D. the education, training, and qualifications of key members of the associate
firms for subcontracted work;
E. the names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted,
including at least two for whom services have been rendered during the
preceding year; and
F. any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.

Expressions of interest, SOQs, and accompanying information must be received by the Department of Water no later than 4:00 p.m., October 1, 2007. Fax or electronic   transmittals will not be accepted.
(SB05531752 9/10/07)


NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #3-PROF-07/08)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons engaged in the professional services listed below to submit current statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2007 - 2008:

A. OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (OED)/AGRICULTURE

1. Kilauea Agricultural Park Master Plan. OED seeks an engineering firm   with expertise in agriculture to lead a community-based planning     process which will result in a master plan for development and       management of an agricultural park on approximately 75-acres,      TMK 5-2-4-99, of undeveloped County land in the Crater Hill area of     Kilauea, Kaua‘i.  In developing the plan, the contractor will be responsible for conducting or subcontracting for all necessary studies, such as soil, water, infrastructure needs, agricultural and market trends, crop       recommendations, etc.

Estimated Cost: $50,000.00

Term of Project: 1 year

Questions should be directed to Beth Tokioka, (808) 241- 6390.

2. STRATEGIC PLANNING, FACILITATION AND MARKET RESEARCH/    ANALYSIS (GS-0140 Manpower Research & Analysis).  Assessment of Labor market needs by identifying the current and projected employment opportunities in the local area, conducting research, assessing community workforce development related services, making recommendations       regarding integration and writing and presenting the Kauai Workforce   Investment Board (KWIB) strategic plan update. Responsible for         facilitating industry forums, elicit discussion and develop working       relationships, giving priority to Kauai’s six industry clusters: Food &      Agriculture, High Technology, Health & Wellness, Sports & Recreation,  Renewable Energy and Arts & Culture.

Commission a study to identify what is required to enhance labor-      exchange on Kauai from the business perspective and also examine the feasibility of implementing an employer fee for service system for labor exchange services that cannot be or are under funded by current funding methods.

Consultant should have demonstrated experience and understanding of   labor market and workforce trends, particularly the Workforce Investment Act, Wagner-Peyser, Reed Act.

Estimated Cost:  $40,000.00

Term of Project or Contract Time:  Eighteen Months (18)

Questions should be directed to Kymm Solchaga, (808) 241-6298,    Fax: (808) 241-6399; E-mail: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

B. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)

1. Information Security Audit (GS-1550 (Computer Science).  Audit of IT   security policies, procedures, and practices, including authorized attempts to breach security. Recommend approaches to tighten and improve     security while maximizing usability for County employees. Interested   persons or firms should have a minimum of five (5) years information   security experience.

Interested parties should cite a minimum of three (3) customer references of similar size and operational nature.

Estimated Cost: $35,000

Estimated Project Duration: 2 weeks

Contact Person & Phone Number: Harry Beatty, (808) 241-4412

C. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS – BUILDING DIVISION

1. Flood Management Engineering and Surveying Consultant Services.    Provide No-Rise Certifications for two (2) existing residences (includes determining mitigation measures to betaken to achieve No-Rise). Provide post construction Elevation Certificates for 27 existing structures.

Estimated Cost: $50,000

Estimated Project Duration: 60 working days.

Contact Person & Phone Number: Doug Haigh, (808) 241-6650

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services   listed shall submit a letter of interest and four (4) copies of their resume to:

Director of Finance
(RESUME #3-PROF-07/08)
Division of Purchasing
4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes should include:

1. Reference to this Notice by noting ”#3-PROF-07/08” on the cover page of each resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be directed to.

2. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and   location of all of its offices.

3. A description or narrative of the firm and statements of qualifications (education, training, licenses, credentials) and experiences of the principals and staff members to be involved, and supporting data as it relates to the proposed projects.

4. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five (5) years.

5. A list of similar projects undertaken and completed within the last five (5) years (including dates), the amount of the projects, owners of the projects and the scope of work performed.

6. The names of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2) for whom services were rendered during the preceding year.

7. Capacity to complete the work in the required time.

8. Any other pertinent data that should or may be considered in the     evaluation of the firm’s qualifications.

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in     resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award:  http://kauai.gov  ;follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Thursday, August 16, 2007. Late submissions will be returned. Risk of late delivery shall lie with the sender.

Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
(SB03511740 7/20, 7/23/07) Director of Finance


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU

The City and County of Honolulu anticipates the need for professional services during the fiscal year 2007-2008. These services include, but are not limited to ADA       compliance, appraisal, arborist, archaeology, architecture, construction management, energy services, engineering, environmental services, land survey, biology, oceanography, planning, program management, project management, and telecommunications. For further details refer to the City and County of Honolulu procurement notices at the   following web page: www.honolulu.gov/pur.

MARY PATRICIA WATERHOUSE
Director of Budget & Fiscal Services
By order of MUFI HANNEMANN, MAYOR
(SB05530362 6/26/07) City and County of Honolulu


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF CONTRACTING SERVICES
FOR THE LAND DIVISION
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The LAND DIVISION of the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) seeks qualified contractors to provide various land maintenance services in the categories listed below for the coming fiscal year on the islands of Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and Hawaii. Interested contractors should apply to the LAND DIVISION as directed in this solicitation.

Applicants meeting minimum qualifications will be added to LAND DIVISION’s       pre-qualified list and will be contacted to bid on jobs in their specialty areas during the fiscal year from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

SERVICES REQUIRED FOR ANTICIPATED PROJECT TYPES
€ General land maintenance: 
– arborist consultation services
– tree trimming
– weed control
– grubbing and land clearing
– removal of debris, abandoned man-made materials
– stream, irrigation or drainage ditch, tunnel and culvert cleaning and maintenance
– greenwaste removal or mulching
€ auto repair and towing services
€ demolition, removal of derelict structures
€ hauling/trucking services
€ fencing, barrier, gate installation and repair
€ sign production
€ sign installation
€ building maintenance and repair
€ masonry maintenance and repair
€ pest control and fumigation services
€ environmental abatement and remediation

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Contractors interested in offering any of the above services may apply by completing the LAND DIVISION SoQ Form C-1 and submitting it within the specified time period.      Applicants meeting minimum qualifications will be added to LAND DIVISION’s       pre-qualified contractors list.

The LAND DIVISION SoQ Form C-1 can be downloaded from the DLNR LAND DIVISION webpage at http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/land/publicnotices/LD_SoQ-Form_C-1.doc.

Applications should include the following minimum information:
a) Experience and qualifications relating to types of services offered
b) Past performance on jobs relating to services offered, including corrective actions and other responses to notices of deficiencies
c) Capacity to accomplish work in required time
d) Proof of insurance coverage

DUE DATE:  The completed application should be submitted to the Honolulu LAND     DIVISION Office by Friday, June 29, 2007 via

1) Hand delivery to:
DLNR LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications,
Kalanimoku Building, Rm 220,
1151 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, HI

2) U.S. Postal Service to:
DLNR LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications,
P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, HI 96809-0621

3) E-mail to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Note that E-mailed applications that meet minimum qualifications will also be asked to submit a hard copy of the LAND DIVISION SoQ Form P-1 with the original signature page.

Incomplete applications will not be accepted, and applications received after the June 29 due date will be considered “Late.”  “Late” applications that meet minimum       requirements will be considered, but only for projects that occur during the remainder of the fiscal year according to the following schedule:
€ Those received between June 30, 2007 and September 14, 2007 will be considered for jobs starting October 1, 2007
€ Those received between September 15, 2007 and December 14, 2007 will be   considered for jobs starting January 1, 2008

For more information or assistance, contact the LAND DIVISION office nearest you:

OAHU MAUI
Kalanimoku Building, Room 220 54 High Street, Room 101
1151 Punchbowl Street, Wailuku, HI 96793
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Phone: (808) 984-8103
Phone: (808) 587-0453

KAUAI HAWAII
3060 Eiwa Street, Rm 205A 75 Aupuni Street, Room 204
Lihue, HI 96766 Hilo, Hawaii 96720
Phone: (808) 241-3536 Phone: (808) 974-6203

A full version of this notice and the DLNR LAND DIVISION SoQ Form C-1 may be   downloaded from the DLNR LAND DIVISION webpage: http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/ land/publicnotices/.  A hard copy of the SoQ From C-1 form can also be obtained from any LAND DIVISION office listed above.

*SELECTION PROCESS FOR AWARDS TO QUALIFYING CONTRACTORS:

When the Land Division needs a contractor for a specific service or services, an       advertisement with the scope of services needed will be sent by telephone facsimile or email to those on LAND DIVISION’s pre-qualified contractors list who can provide the appropriate service(s).  Pre-qualified contractors wishing to respond may then submit their names and proposals with bids within the specified time period.

A LAND DIVISION selection committee will evaluate the proposals and bids, then offer a contract to the lowest bid and/or proposal that offers the ”best value” to the State.  ”Best value” means the most advantageous offer determined by evaluating and comparing all relevant criteria in addition to price so that the offer meeting the overall combination that best serves the State is selected. These criteria may   include, in addition to others, the total cost of ownership, performance history of the vendor, quality of goods, services, or construction, delivery, and proposed technical performance.”  From:  §3-122-1, Hawaii Administrative Rules.

/s/ ALLAN A. SMITH, Interim Chairperson
(SB05530207 6/20, 6/24, 6/27/07) Dept. of Land & Natural Resources


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
FOR THE LAND DIVISION
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES

The LAND DIVISION of the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) seeks qualified professionals to provide services in the categories listed below for the coming fiscal year.  Interested professionals should apply to the LAND DIVISION as directed in this solicitation. 

Applicants meeting minimum qualifications will be added to LAND DIVISION’s       pre-qualified list and will automatically be contacted regarding jobs in their specialty areas that arise during the fiscal year from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

CATEGORIES OF SERVICES REQUIRED
€ Real property appraisals pertaining to acquisitions, land valuations, lease rents, lease terms, lease reopenings, remnants and easements; also appraisal       consulting
€ Real estate consulting (real estate development, leasing, financing, brokering, and plan reviews)
€ Land use planning
€ Environmental consulting and permitting, regulatory compliance, and EA/EIS preparation
€ Abstracting services for land title searches

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Qualified professionals interested in offering any of the above services are invited to submit an application consisting of the following items:
1) Letter of interest indicating which categories of services are offered
2) Statement of Qualifications summarized in the LAND DIVISION SoQ Form P-1 which can be downloaded from
http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/land/publicnotices/LD_SoQ-Form_P-1.doc
Minimum information should include:
a) Experience & professional qualifications relevant to services offered
b) Past performance delivering professional services offered, including notes about corrective actions and responses to any notices of deficiencies       regarding specific projects
c) Capacity to accomplish work in required time
d) Proof of any applicable professional certification or licensure in the State of Hawaii
e) Proof of current insurance coverage

DUE DATE:  The completed application should be submitted to the Honolulu LAND   DIVISION Office by Friday, June 29, 2007 via

1) Hand delivery to:
DLNR LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications,
Kalanimoku Building, Rm 220,
1151 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, HI

2) U.S. Postal Service to:
DLNR LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications,
P.O. Box 621, Honolulu, HI 96809-0621

3) E-mail to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Note that E-mailed applications that meet minimum qualifications will also be asked to submit a hard copy of the LAND DIVISION SoQ Form P-1 with the original signature page.

Incomplete applications will not be accepted, and applications received after the June 29 due date will be considered “Late.” Note that “Late” applications that meet     minimum requirements will be considered, but only for projects that occur during the remainder of the fiscal year according to the following schedule:
€ Those received between June 30, 2007 and September 14, 2007 will be     considered for jobs starting October 1, 2007
€ Those received between September 15, 2007 and December 14, 2007 will be considered for jobs starting January 1, 2008

For more information or assistance, please contact the LAND DIVISION office nearest you:

OAHU MAUI
Kalanimoku Building, Room 220 54 High Street, Room 101
1151 Punchbowl Street, Wailuku, HI 96793
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Phone: (808) 984-8103
Phone: (808) 587-0453

KAUAI HAWAII
3060 Eiwa Street, Rm 205A 75 Aupuni Street, Room 204
Lihue, HI 96766 Hilo, Hawaii 96720
Phone: (808) 241-3536 Phone: (808) 974-6203

A full version of this notice and the DLNR LAND DIVISION SoQ Form P-1 may be   downloaded from the DLNR LAND DIVISION website: http://www.hawaii.gov/dlnr/ land/publicnotices/.  A hard copy of the SoQ From P-1 form can also be obtained from any LAND DIVISION office listed above.

*SELECTION PROCESS FOR AWARDS TO QUALIFYING PROFESSIONALS:

When the Land Division needs a professional for a specific service or group of services, a solicitation with the scope of services required will be sent by telephone facsimile or email to those on LAND DIVISION’s pre-qualified professionals list who have indicated they can provide the appropriate service(s). Pre-qualified professionals wishing to     respond to that solicitation may then submit their names and proposals with bids within the specified time period.

A LAND DIVISION selection committee will evaluate the proposals and bids, then offer a contract to the lowest bid and/or proposal that offers the ”best value” to the State.  ”Best value” means the most advantageous offer determined by evaluating and comparing all relevant criteria in addition to price so that the offer meeting the overall combination that best serves the State is selected. These criteria may   include, in addition to others, the total cost of ownership, performance history of the vendor, quality of goods, services, or construction, delivery, and proposed technical performance.”  From:  §3-122-1, Hawaii Administrative Rules.

/s/ ALLAN A. SMITH, Interim Chairperson
(SB05530206 6/20, 6/24, 6/27/07) Dept. of Land & Natural Resources


NOTICE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
(RESUME #2-PROF-07/08)

Pursuant to the provisions of HRS 103D, the County of Kauai hereby provides public notice to invite persons   engaged in the professional services listed below to   submit current statements of qualifications and         expressions of interest for the fiscal year 2007 - 2008:

A. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE – TREASURY DIVISION

1. Underwriting Services for Municipal Bond       Financing. Responsible for developing plan of   financing, credit rating process, and leading   pricing and marketing efforts; organizes the efforts of all parties in structuring the financing and drafting the Offering Statement and related   documents; analyzes financing alternatives for   Issuer; prepares presentations for rating agencies and credit enhancers; reviews and helps shape principal legal documents; directs investor     pre-sale bond marketing efforts; sets interest rates and offering terms of the bonds, accepts orders from investors and underwriters, and commits capital to underwrite unsold bonds.

Estimated Cost. No costs are expended until bonds are sold. Professionals are paid out of the proceeds of the issue.

Questions should be directed to Wallace G.        Rezentes, Jr., Director of Finance, (808) 241-4200.

Consultants who are interested and capable of providing the professional services listed shall submit a letter of interest and a resume to:

Director of Finance
(RESUME 2-PROF-07/08)
Division of Purchasing
4444 Rice Street, Rm 303
Lihue, HI   96766

Resumes shall include:

1. Reference to this Notice by noting ”2-PROF-07/08” on the cover page of each resume, AND the name of the department and service that the resume is to be directed to.

2. A brief history of the firm specifying it’s         experience acting as underwriter on municipal bond financings; include the principal place of business average number of employees over the past five years and the location of all of the firms offices.

3. List the names, locations and roles of staff that will work on the County’s municipal bond issue. Detail the public finance experience, education, training and any other information that will assist in the County’s evaluation of their expertise

4. A list of municipal bond financings completed over the past three years or currently underway.

5. Summarize your firm’s ability to provide         underwriting services for tax-exempt municipal bonds, including general obligation bonds,    revenue bonds.

6. Describe your firm’s experience with tax-exempt obligations in the State of Hawaii.

7. The names and phone numbers of up to five (5) clients who may be contacted, including at least two (2) for whom municipal bond underwriting services were rendered during the preceding year.

8. Securities Data Company, Inc. ranking as       Negotiated Senior Manager and Competitive   Senior Manager for each of the past five years in long term general obligation, water revenue, and multi-family housing bonds.

9. Discuss the firm’s institutional and retail       marketing distribution and remarketing         capabilities both nationally and in Hawaii.    Identify how many full-time employees are   dedicated to the sales and trading of municipal securities and the firm’s average trading volume in Hawaii municipal bonds.  Describe how your firm would assist the County in improving their image with the municipal investor community in order to assure the widest distribution of their bonds at the lowest interest rate possible.

10. Disclose any lawsuits or administrative actions taken against you by the Federal Government, a State, or a Municipality during the past three years related to Public Finance.  Disclose the   nature and status of the action.  If none, so     indicate.

11. Any other pertinent information that should or may be considered in the evaluation of the firm’s qualifications.

12. Disclosure of any conflict of interest in providing services for the County of Kauai

Resumes may be amended at any time by filing a new statement.  Any change in resumes that will be cause for disqualifying the firm from consideration for award shall be immediately reported to the Director of Finance.

Awards shall be electronically posted on the County of Kauai website within seven (7) days of the contract award:  http://kauai.gov  ;follow: Departments/Agencies; Finance; Purchasing Division; Procurement Disclosures.

Deadline for submissions is 4:00 PM (Hawaii Standard Time), Wednesday, July 18, 2007. Late submissions will be returned. Risk of late delivery shall lie with the   sender.

Wallace Rezentes, Jr.
(SB05529776 6/18, 6/20/07) Director of Finance



NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS
REQUEST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The City and County of Honolulu plans to contract for professional services in the areas of transportation planning and engineering to conduct preliminary engineering (PE) and prepare environmental impact statements (EISs) for the Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project (the Project). All interested parties are asked to submit letters of     interest and statements of qualifications to provide the required services contained in the website notice listed below.

Services may include, but shall not be limited to: 1) preparing environmental       documents for the Locally Preferred Alternative pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, as amended, and the joint regulations at Title 23 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 771 and Title 49 CFR Part 622; and Hawaii Revised Statutes Chapter 343, and Title 11, Chapter 200 of the Hawaii Administrative Rules; 2)      conducting engineering and technical studies to support the preparation of the EISs; 3) assisting the City in preparing for competitively procuring fixed guideway revenue     vehicles; 4) conducting public involvement activities; 5) conducting PE; 6) developing procurement documents for an initial design build construction portion of the Project; 7) conducting engineering in support of the City’s request to advance the Project to the Final Design phase of FTA’s New Starts project development process; and 8) assisting the City in producing reports and documentation for FTA New Starts evaluations and advancement to the Final Design phase.

For complete submittal requirements, interested parties must go to the City’s       Purchasing Division website at, www.honolulu.gov/pur/purconsultant.htm, to view the notice for this project.

The submittal packet shall be submitted no later than Thursday, July 5, 2007,      4:00 p.m., Hawaii Standard Time.

MELVIN N. KAKU, DIRECTOR
Department of Transportation Services
(SB05530222 6/16/07) City and County of Honolulu


County of Maui
Notice to Providers of Professional Services

For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007 and ending June 30, 2008, the County of Maui anticipates the need for professional services.

The selection of professional services may be made in accordance with Section 103D-304, Hawaii Revised Statutes, which provides that the selection of professionals may be through a list of qualified applicants.  Persons engaged in providing professional services are invited to submit statements of qualifications and expressions of interest for evaluation and inclusion on a list of qualified professionals.  The statements shall include the following at a minimum:

(1) The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and location of all of its offices;
(2) The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past years;
(3) The education, training, and qualifications of key members of the firm;
(4) The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted,      including at least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
(5) Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desires to submit.  Firms or persons may amend statements of qualifications at any time by filing a new statement and shall immediately inform the head of the purchasing agency of any change in their submission that would disqualify the firm or person from being considered for a contract award.

Also, a list of projects or services provided to the County will be helpful for the County to determine the qualifications of the applicant. To be considered for selection,    consultants must express interest in the specific projects for which they are qualified.  Simply stating interest in “all projects” is not acceptable. 

6 copies of 1 submittal (One submittal for all jobs/all departments), shall be     received no later than 4:30 p.m., June 27, 2007, at the Purchasing Division of the County of Maui, 200 South High Street Rm. #612, Wailuku, HI. 96793. Please do not submit separate submittals for each department.

The budgeted consultant fees for projects listed below are categorized as follows:  Category A - Less than $25,000; Category B - $25,000 to $50,000; Category C - $50,000 to $150,000; Category D $150,000 to $300,000; Category E - Over $300,000;

Following are the projected Capital Improvement projects and other professional   services needs that we know of as of now or may need.  As priorities change, there   inevitably will be additions, deletions, and other unanticipated changes to the projects listed below.  If new projects arise which require skill sets that are not adequately available within our existing list, we will re-advertise at that time to supplement the   existing list:

Department of Public Works & Environmental Management, Engineering Division
1. Surveying - Topography, boundary, subdivision, maps, etc.  Categories A-E.
2. Civil Engineering Design - non federal aid.  Categories A-E.
3. Structural Design - non federal aid.  Categories A-E.
4. Civil Design/Planning/Permitting - federal aid projects.  Categories A-E.
5. Structural Design/Planning/Permitting - federal aid projects.  Categories A-E.
6. Construction Management - federal aid projects.  Categories A-E.
7. Appraisals for land acquisition, easements.  Category A.
8. Design mechanical/electrical/architectural - county facilities Categories A-E.

Department of Public Works & Environmental Management, Wastewater Division
1. Kihei Wastewater Pump Station No. 2 Modifications. Category B.
2. Countywide EPA Consent Decree WWRF Renovation Projects. Category E.
3. Countywide Force Main Evaluations Phase I. Category E.
4. Kaa Force Main Replacement. Category D.
5. EPA Consent Decree Compliance Projects Category E.
6. Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Kihei Category E.
7. Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Lahaina Category E.
8. Consent Decree Sewer Rehabilitation - Central Category E.
9. Alamaha Force Main Replacement. Category B.
10. Kahului Concrete Lateral Replacement. Category E.
11. Wailuku-Kahului WWRF Shoreline Erosion Protection. Category E.
12. Miscellaneous Mechanical Improvements/Rehab Projects. Categories A-B.
13. Miscellaneous Electrical Improvements/Rehab Projects. Categories A-B.
14. Miscellaneous Structural Improvements/Rehab Projects. Categories A-B.
15. Miscellaneous Civil Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects. Categories A-B.
16. Miscellaneous Survey Improvements/Rehabilitation Projects. Categories A-B.
17. Miscellaneous Software Programing/Consulting Projects. Categories A-B.

Department of Public Works & Environmental Management, Solid Waste Division
1. Storm Water Pollution Control Plan. Category A.
2. Hana LF Master Plan. Category A.
3. Lanai LF Master Plan. Category A.
4. Molokai LF Master Plan. Category A.
5. Abandoned Vehicle/Scrap Metal/White Goods Facility Design Category C.
6. CML Fuel Tank Installation Design. Category A.
7. CML Gulch Crossing Prelim Engr. Report/Permitting/Design Category D.
8. CML I & II Landfill Gas Preliminary Engineering Report Category D.
9. CML Phase V Design and Permitting. Category D.
10. CML Wind Barriers Design/Construction Category E.
11. Materials Recovery Facility Prelim Engr. and Permitting. Category E.

Department of Parks and Recreation
1. Kanaha Beach Park Irrigation System/Restroom Improvements. Category C.
2. Keopuolani Walkway Lighting. Category B.
3. Cooke Memorial Pool Restroom Renovations. Category B.
4. Various ADA Architectural Improvements at various park facilities. Category C.
5. Various ADA Civil Engr. Improvements at various park facilities. Category C.

Department of Planning/Planning Related Services
1. Various Planning Related Services Categories A-E.

Water Department
1. Kamole WTP Improvements - High Lift Pumps Retrofit. Category D.
2. Maui Meadows #17 Booster Pump Replacement. Category C.
3. Water System Development Fee Study. Category C.
4. Piiholo WTP Organic Carbon Reduction Life Cycle Analysis. Category B.
5. Kamole WTP - PVDF Retrofit - Electrical Modifications. Category A.
6. Various Land Appraisals. Category A.
7. Various Surveying Work. Category A.
8. Various Court Reporting Services. Category A.

Police Department
1. Public Safety Radio Communication System Upgrade Category E.
2. Design of a County Morgue. Category C.
3. Hana Police Cottage Design. Category A.
4. Communication Center renovations. Category A.

Department of Housing & Human Concerns
1. Design New Lanai Senior Center. Category D.

Department of Fire Control
1. Design of multi level addition to Kahului Fire Station Building. Category C.
2. Miscellaneous Structural Improvement/Rehab Projects. Category B.
3. Miscellaneous Civil Improvement/Rehab Projects. Category B.

Department of Civil Defense
Potential project areas include:
1. Technical Interoperability Communications Plan Development. Categories A-B..
2. Community Emergency Response Team Coordination & Mgt. Categories A-B.
3. Emergency Evacuation Planning & Plan Development. Categories A-B.
4. Emergency Shelter Development & Planning. Categories A-B.
5. Grant Coordination & Management. Categories A-B
6. National Response Plan, NIMS, and Incident Command System Documentation & Accountability. Categories A-B.
7. Incident Command System and hazard training, exercise planning & Coordination.  Categories A-B.

Other Professional Service Categories
This category includes areas in which we will likely have either unanticipated or small $ projects:

1. Surveyors, Architects, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
2. Planning Consultants - for land acquisition work, environmental assessments, or other related work.
3. Court Reporting Services
Kalbert Young
(SB05529967 6/10/07) Director of Finance


NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
The Department of Water Supply of the County of Hawai‘i anticipates for the fiscal year 2007-2008 for professional services that shall include but not limited to the following:

1. Civil Engineering 10. Geology
2. Mechanical Engineering 11. Accounting
3. Electrical Engineering 12. Auditing
4. Architecture 13. Computer Science
5. Landscape Architecture a.  Software
6. Archaeology b.  Hardware
7. Land Surveying c.  Geographic Information Systems
8. General Education and Training 14. Law
a.  Safety 15. Real Property Appraisal
b.  Public Relations 16. Microbiology (Potable Water Quality Testing)
c.  Human Resources 17. Chemistry (Potable Water Quality Testing)
9. Hydrology

Those persons or firms interested and capable of providing the professional services   required shall submit a letter of interest, together with a resume, to the Manager,      Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai‘i, 345 Kekuanao‘a Street, Suite 20, Hilo, Hawai‘i 96720.

The resume should include a description of the person or firm and statements of the   qualifications and related experiences of the principals and staff members with     supporting data as it relates to work performed in the drinking water industry, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The name of the firm or person, the principal place of business, and the location of all its offices;
2. The age of the firm and its average number of employees over the past five years;
3. The education, training, and other qualifications of key members of the firm;
4. The names and phone numbers of up to five clients who may be contacted, including at least two for whom services were rendered during the preceding year; and
5. Any promotional or descriptive literature which the firm desired to submit.

The letter of interest and resume shall be submitted and received by the Office of the Manager. Responses will be continuously accepted until such time as this solicitation is cancelled. The letter of interest should list the disciplines from the above list for which interest is being expressed. The responses will be placed on file and considered for selection, as needs arise, in accordance with the State Procurement Code.

Milton D. Pavao, P.E., Manager
Department of Water Supply, County of Hawai‘i

The Department of Water Supply is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
(SB05529777 6/6/07)


NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS
INTERESTED IN PROVIDING LEGAL SERVICES
TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I

The University of Hawai‘i hereby invites licensed attorneys to submit letters of       interest and statements of qualifications to provide legal services for the University of Hawai‘i on a contract basis as the need arises for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2007.

At minimum, the University anticipates the need to contract for legal services in the following areas:

Administrative Law Insurance
Appellate Practice Antitrust Intellectual Property
Aviation International Trade
Bankruptcy/Receiverships Labor Law
Business Law, including Contract Law, Law Enforcement, including Criminal
And Corporate Law Appeals and Criminal Prosecutions
Civil Litigation Plaintiffs Qui Tam
Civil Rights Probate Law, including Guardianships
Collections Public Benefits Law, including ADA,
College Bargaining Including §504, Special Education, and
Grievances Public Assistance
Complex Civil Litigation Public Financing, including Bond
Constitutional Law Counsel, Investment Banking, and
Employee Benefits Financing Leases
Employment Law Real Property, including Financing,
Energy Law Development, Subdivisions, Land Use
Environmental Law Securities Law
Estates and Trusts Tax
Federal Government Public Utilities/Telecommunications
Contracting Tort Law, including Products, Design, or
Health Law, including Hospital Construction Liability, and
Management, and Mental Health Professional Malpractice
Immigration Transportation Law
Information and Technology Law Water Law
Workers’ Compensation

Attorneys interested in being retained to provide legal services in these areas, or any other area of practice which an attorney wishes to suggest might be needed should submit a letter of interest together with a statement of qualifications which includes the following information:

1. The name, business address, telephone and fax number(s), and e-mail address of the attorney.

2. The name of the law firm with which the attorney is affiliated, if any, the number of years the attorney has been with the firm, whether the attorney is a partner, shareholder or employee of the firm, and what, if any, special practice units are part of the firm.

3. A summary of the attorney’s educational and employment background.

4. The jurisdictions (state and courts) in which the attorney is licensed and authorized to practice.

5. A brief description of other staff and facilities available to the attorney, including secretarial and paralegal support, and other attorneys.

6. The range of hourly rates charged by the attorney, and a summary of the types and amounts of costs charged by the firm.

7. The area(s) of practice in which the attorney is interested in being retained with a brief summary of the attorney’s experience and types of cases/matters the attorney has handled.

Letters of interest and statements of qualifications should be sent to:

University of Hawai‘i
Office of Procurement and Real Property Management
1400 Lower Campus Road, Room 15
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822

All interested attorneys must submit the statement of qualifications with their letter of interest regardless of whether the documents were submitted in response to a prior notice.  There is no deadline for submission of the documents. The University conducts a continuous recruitment for the aforementioned professional services.  Attorneys submitting their statement of qualification and letter of interest after the start of the fiscal year may be considered for selection for the balance of the fiscal year.

Attorneys from the same firm wishing to be considered must submit separate   letters and statements.

All questions pertaining to this solicitation may be directed to Mr. Kurt Minato,    telephone (808) 956-7159.

David McClain
(SB05529746 6/6/07) President, University of Hawai‘i

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