NOTICE TO PROVIDERS OF APPRAISAL 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 real property appraisers for the coming fiscal year.
Note: Those who responded, and were approved last year will be included on Land Division’s pre-qualified list for the coming fiscal year, without need for re-application, subject to receipt of a written statement certifying that there have been no material changes to information previously provided. Updates to last year’s submission may be submitted to the address below.
Appraisers meeting minimum qualifications will be added to Land Division’s pre-qualified list, and will be contacted regarding Land Division’s appraisal projects that arise during the fiscal year from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.
Appraisers are invited to submit an application consisting of a Statement of Qualifications (SoQ) 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
Information should include:
a) Experience & professional qualifications relevant to real property appraisals pertaining to acquisitions, land valuations, lease rents and reopenings, lease terms, remnants and easements; also appraisal consulting
b) Past performance delivering appraisal services, 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 appraisal certification or licensure in the State of Hawaii
e) Proof of current Errors & Omissions (E&O) Insurance coverage
DUE DATE: The completed application should be submitted to the DNLR Oahu Land Division Office by [11:59 pm HST] Friday, June 19, 2009, via:
1) Hand delivery addressed to:
DLNR/LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications
1151 Punchbowl Street, Rm. 220
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
2) U.S. Postal Service addressed to:
DLNR/LAND DIVISION SoQ Applications
P.O. Box 621
Honolulu, Hawaii 96809-0621
3) E-mail as an attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that E-mailed applicants will 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. Applications received after the June 19, 2009 due date will be considered, but only for projects that occur during the remainder of the fiscal year according to the following schedule:
Those received after June 19, 2009 [11:59 pm HST] and before September 11, 2009 will be considered for jobs starting October 1, 2009
Those received after September 12, 2009 [11:59 pm HST] and before December 11, 2009 will be considered for jobs starting January 1, 2010
For more information or assistance, please contact the nearest Land Division office:
OAHU DISTRICT LAND OFFICE MAUI DISTRICT LAND OFFICE
1151 Punchbowl Street, Rm. 220 54 High Street, Rm. 101
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Phone: (808) 587-0433 Phone: (808) 984-8103
HAWAII DISTRICT LAND OFFICE KAUAI DISTRICT LAND OFFICE
75 Aupuni Street, Rm. 204 3060 Eiwa Street, Rm. 205A
Hilo, Hawaii 96720 Lihue, Hawaii 96766
Phone: (808) 974-6203 Phone: (808) 274-3491
A full version of Notice to Providers of Appraisal Services and the SoQ Form P-1 may be downloaded from the Land Division website:
A hard copy of SoQ Form P-1 form may be obtained from any Land Division office listed above.
*SELECTION PROCESS FOR AWARDS TO QUALIFYING APPRAISER:
When the Land Division needs an appraiser, a solicitation with the scope of services required will be sent by telephone facsimile or email to pre-qualified appraisers who have indicated they can provide the appropriate service(s). Pre-qualified appraisers wishing to respond to that solicitation may submit their proposals with bids, within the specified time period.
A LAND DIVISION selection committee will evaluate the proposals and bids, and then offer a contract to the appraiser 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.
Laura H. Thielen, Chairperson
Department of Land and Natural Resources