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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Pavement Condition Index Survey
Request for Qualifications for Professional Services



Solicitation No.: RFQ 8910-01290

Request for Qualifications: The City of New Orleans (the "City”) by and through the New Orleans Aviation Board ("NOAB”) desires to obtain an Airport Pavement Condition Index Study. As provided below, and incident to Federal Aviation Administration ("FAA”) Advisory Circular 150/5100-14D as may be amended from time to time, City Charter Section 6-308(5) and Executive Order MJL 10-05, the City by and though the NOAB requests qualifications from experienced firms to provide the needed services.

Description: NOAB desires to engage a qualified, experienced firm to provide the professional services necessary to perform a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) survey and establish an Airport Pavement Management System (APMS) at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Copies of the solicitation and related information are available on the City’s purchasing website at Questions can be addressed to:
DBE Participation: The NOAB has set a federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation goal of at least 37.04%for this contract.

Submittal Delivery: Applicants shall submit the following to the Department of Finance/Bureau of Purchasing, Attention: Chief Procurement Officer (CPO), City Hall, 1300 Perdido St., Room 4W07, New Orleans, LA 70112 not later than Friday, April 06, 2012, 4:00 PM.

Offeror shall provide one (1) original plus ten (10) hard copies of the qualification statement in a sealed envelope, marked Airport Pavement Condition Index Study and two (2) copies of the digitally signed qualification statement in Microsoft Word format or as a PDF file, marked Airport Pavement Condition Index Study.

For additional information contact the City of New Orleans Purchasing Bureau at or call (504) 658-1550.

Mary Kay Kleinpeter-Zamora
Chief Procurement Officer

Advertising Dates: March 22, 26 and 30, 2012