Downtown Fullerton Core & Corridors Specific Plan & Program Environmental Impact Report (DCCSP and PEIR)
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Updated on: May 31, 2011
UPDATE | On May 3, 2011, the City Council accepted the Evaluation Committee's DCCSP recommendation. The City is currently finalizing contract negotiations with RRM Design Group-lead team with project kick off slated for summer 2011.
Updated on: April 27, 2011
UPDATE | On April 25, 2011, Atkins (formerly PBS&J), ELS / Taecker, and RRM Design Group presented their qualifications and approach for the DCCSP and PEIR to the Evaluation Committee and members of the Fullerton community. After witnessing these teams in two interviews and evaluating and discussing their qualifications and approach, on April 26, 2011, the Evaluation Committee, with input from the community, selected RRM Design Group as the preferred consultant team for the project.
The Evaluation Committee will present their recommendation to the City Council on May 3, 2011.
Updated on: April 4, 2011
UPDATE |The DCCSP and PEIR Evaluation Committee (consisting of 10 Fullerton community members and 7 Fullerton city staff members) has evaluated, discussed, and ranked the submitted Statements of Qualifications for the DCCSP and PEIR. The three teams that have been shortlisted for further consideration are:
- RRM Design Group
- ELS Taecker
We understand that teams may want to better understand the decision of the Evaluation Committee. For those teams not shortlisted, the City respectfully asks that requests for debriefs be made to DCCSP@cityoffullerton.com. Since the City wishes to provide meaningful thoughts and comments to consultants who submitted an SOQ, debriefs will likely occur in early May (after the consultant selection process has concluded).
On behalf of the City of Fullerton and the Evaluation Committee, thank you for taking the time and investing your human and financial resources to prepare and submit your team’s qualifications. The City of Fullerton sincerely appreciates the work and effort that was put forth by all teams for this extremely important project. Rest assured that several future planning efforts are anticipated in the City in the coming months; the City of Fullerton would welcome your participation in RFQs and RFPs that will pertain to these projects.
Updated on: March 15, 2011
UPDATE | The City of Fullerton and the Fullerton community appreciate the significant interest in the Downtown Fullerton Core & Corridors Specific Plan that has been expressed over the past several months by many individuals and firms. Twenty (20) teams submitted Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) on or before the March 14, 2011 deadline. Please check this website regularly for updates. Thank you.
Past Status and Postings:
The Request for Qualification (RFQ) that was issued on January 31, 2011 and closed on March 14, 2011 may be downloaded from the link below:
The following items relate to the Pre-Submittal Meeting held on February, 15, 2011.
Answers to Round 1 of Questions Received between January 31 and February 11th
RFQ Addendum #1 to Clarify SOQ Requirements
Sign In Sheets
Historic Building Survey
RFQ Addendum #2 - Posted 2/23/2011
Questions and Answers #2 - Posted 2/23/2011
Economic Trends and Key Issues - Draft Report from the Fullerton General Plan Update - December 2009
City Council Archives:
Meeting to authorize submittal of Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentives Program Application - May 4, 2010
Meeting to authorize release of RFEOI - June 15, 2010
Meeting to authorize release of RFQ - January 18, 2011
For informational purposes, the Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEOI) that was issued on July 25, 2010, and closed on September 2, 2010, may be downloaded below. Additionally, a list of RFEOI registrants is also available for download below:
Download RFEOI Registrants