Implementing District-Scale Solutions for East Boston: Climate Resiliency Financing and Funding Models

The Boston Redevelopment Authority (“BRA”) doing business as the Boston Planning & Development Agency (“BPDA”), in coordination with the City of Boston Office of Environment, Energy and Open Space, is issuing a Request for Proposals (“RFP”) for a consultant team (“Respondent”) to conduct analysis of practical and feasible models to finance, construct, maintain, and administer shoreline flood protection measures along East Boston’s waterfront, specifically the Border Street corridor. Implementing District-Scale Solutions for East Boston: Climate Resiliency Financing and Funding Models (the Project”) will function as a critical step in implementing the City of Boston’s 2016 Climate Ready Boston (CRB) vulnerability assessment and resiliency plan and the technical analysis of coastal resiliency strategies for East Boston developed through the 2017 Coastal Resiliency Strategies (CRS) for East Boston and Charlestown report. The resulting contract will be awarded to the most advantageous proposal taking into consideration both qualifications and the fee proposal. The budget for the Project is $50,000. The duration for this Project shall not exceed eight months from the last date of execution of the resulting contract between the BPDA and the successful Respondent.

Type RFP
Status Awarded
Due Date 07/27/2018 12:00
Awarded Date
Awarded Company Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc
Contract Value $50,000
Contact Chris.Busch@boston.gov


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