Request for Proposals
PROPOSALS DUE: Wednesday, March 18, 2020, 3:00 PM, EST
Envelope(s) shall be sealed and marked with Project Title and Name of Offeror.
Late submittals will not be accepted.
Pre-Proposal Meeting: Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 10:00 AM, EST
Location: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., downtown in the Georgia’s Own building:
100 Peachtree Street, Suite 2300, Atlanta, Georgia 30303. Click here for driving, transit and parking directions.
Questions/Inquiries due by: Monday, March 2, 2020, 3:00 PM, EST
Email questions and inquiries to: Kim Nicholson, Procurement Officer: email@example.com
Submit (1) original and (1) PDF copy on a flash drive of the proposal to:
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
Attn: Kim Nicholson, Procurement Officer
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.,
100 Peachtree Street, Ste 2300, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
ABI is seeking proposals from qualified persons or entities, hereafter called “Offeror(s)”, to update the remaining Atlanta BeltLine Subarea Master Plans 4, 6, 7 and 8. ABI reserves the right to award a contract to one or multiple Offerors. The updates will be completed under this contract in two phases. The projected timeline is as follows:
- Phase I will commence during the first quarter of 2020 and includes subareas 4 and 8.
- Phase II will commence in the third quarter of 2020 and includes subareas 6 and 7.
Offerors must possess demonstrated experience in master planning, land use planning, transit planning, affordable housing policy, economic development policy, zoning regulations, and project implementation.
Ten Atlanta BeltLine Subarea Master Plans (SMPs) were developed and adopted between 2007 and 2010. Since SMPs were initiated and adopted, further planning, design, engineering, and implementation of the Atlanta BeltLine program, as well as other City of Atlanta projects or initiatives, has taken place. Updates to the SMPs will incorporate new findings, policies and recommendations of all Atlanta BeltLine and City of Atlanta planning, zoning, policies, and projects to date; address and resolve land use, zoning, mobility and other discrepancies due to changes in the subarea; and reflect current city policy on land use, transit, density, neighborhood stabilization, affordability, and preservation since the plans were adopted.