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RFP #2325-03 | NAPE | Effectiveness Monitoring

RFP #2325-03 | Natural Areas, Parks, and Events | Effectiveness Monitoring

Updated: March 4, 2024 at 11:24 am

After evaluation of responses to the subject RFP, the County has elected to award the subject project to Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc. Linked below are the Notice of Intent to Award and scoring for this RFP.

Updated: February 15, 2024 at 4:37 pm

RFP 2325-03 Effectiveness Monitoring – Responsive Firms

Three (3) firms submitted proposals by the deadline:
1. Mason, Bruce & Girard Natural Resource Consultants
2. Turnstone Environmental Consultants, Inc.
3. Institute for Applied Ecology

The NAPE evaluation committee will now review and score the proposals over the next few days and is planning to announce an award by the end of next week.

Thank you to all who submitted a response!

Updated: February 15, 2024 at 10:00 am

RFP 2325-03 Effectiveness Monitoring – Responsive Firms
Proposals are due today (02/15/2024) at 4:30PM. Please join us online as we announce the responsive bidders. Scoring will be completed individually by the evaluation team and an award announced at a later date TBD.

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Updated February 8, 2024 at 1:28 pm

Benton County, Oregon is seeking Request for Proposals (RFP) for Effectiveness Monitoring Services, as required under the Benton County Prairie Species Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP). Effectiveness monitoring services are to be provided at specific ‘Prairie Conservation Areas’ (PCAs) within the following Benton County parks and natural areas: Beazell Memorial Forest, Fitton Green Natural Area, Jackson-Frazier Wetland; Crisp-Lidell Mitigation Site, Pearcy-Schoener Mitigation Site, and the Fort Hoskins Historic Park- North Prairie (eight (8) acre site added for 2024).

The general scope of work includes: Monitoring to determine the success of habitat restoration, enhancement, and management, as measured by tracking species status and habitat condition.

Please view the full RFP with further details and County contact information, below.

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