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The City of Piedmont is requesting the services of a consulting engineering firm to perform design and construction inspection services to assist in a project to be partially financed from Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funds described below.  

This project involves constructing a 1,550 ft. long, 6 foot-wide, and 4” thick asphalt extension of the City's pedestrian trail to tie Handy Park, located between Fir and Elm Streets, to the existing trail system in Ash Park (Allen Street). The trail will extend along the banks of McKenzie Creek, crossing over Elm, running through Handy Park, and ending at Fir Street. The City has utilized greenway space to create a trail connecting two parks (Rotary and Ash). This project will connect Ash to Handy Park, connecting 3 city parks. 

Please limit your letter of interest to 10 pages.  This letter should include any information which might help us in the selection process, such as the backgrounds of the persons or team you would assign to each project and other projects your company has recently completed or are now active.  

It is required that your firm’s Statement of Qualification (RSMo 8.285 through 8.291) and an Affidavit of Compliance with the federal work authorization program along with a copy of your firm’s E-Verify Memorandum of Understanding (15 CSR 60-15.020) be submitted with your firm’s Letter of Interest. 

We request five copies of all letters be received by 4:00 p.m., 12/4/2020 at City of Piedmont, City Hall, P.O. Box 25 Piedmont, MO 63957. 

For the rating sheet or more information, please contact Mayor Kirkpatrick at City Hall at 573-223-7660. The City of Piedmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites the submission of qualifications from minority and women-owned firms.