[Coral-List] Reposting of Funding Opportunity
Nikki.Poulos at dep.state.fl.us
Thu Sep 28 17:42:34 EDT 2006
Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP)
Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative (SEFCRI)
MARITIME INDUSTRY AND COASTAL CONSTRUCTION IMPACTS
Request For Proposals
Solicitation Date: Monday, August 25, 2006
Response Due Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Project 6: Best Management Practices (BMPs) for construction, dredge and fill
and other activities adjacent to coral reefs.
The overall goal of this project is to compile, review and develop best
management practices (BMPs) for coastal construction, dredge and fill and
other related activities adjacent to coral reef ecosystems in southeast
Florida. Review, identification and evaluation of coastal construction
techniques, management practices and scientific literature will be conducted
and compiled to develop this BMP document. This process will provide for and
incorporate public review and comments.
This project will research and combine the best available scientific and
technological data from government agencies, non-governmental organizations
and scientific literature that is appropriate to southeast Florida.
Information will also be collected and synthesized from representatives of
the coastal construction industry involved with dredging, coastal and
nearshore construction, infrastructure installation, beach renourishment,
shoreline stabilization, blasting and other documented activities that
impact, or could impact coral reefs. Information sources will include marine
contractors and construction firms, coastal engineering firms, regulatory
agencies, environmental agencies, construction contractors, non-governmental
and not-for-profit organizations, and academic institutions.
The primary focus of this project is to develop a document of marine and
coastal construction BMPs that will provide essential information and serve
as a guidance tool for coastal construction engineers and firms,
environmental managers, planners, regulators and resource users on the best
methods for constructing, managing and monitoring coastal construction
projects. This effort is expected to serve to reduce, minimize and/or
eliminate impacts to coastal habitats and reef ecosystems associated with the
varied construction related activities that occur in these regions.
The selected contractor will work in coordination with the SEFCRI MICCI Team
to develop a BMP document for coastal construction and related activities in
For information pertaining to the formal Proposal Request, Scope of Work,
Budget and Timeline please follow the link: http://www.myflorida.com and
select "Business", then select "Doing Business with the State". Under the
"Everything for Vendors and Customers" heading, select "Vendor Bid System".
Then select "Search Advertisements". Use the "Agency" search field to search
for advertisements for the "Department of Environmental Protection" and click
on "Initiate Search". Select 2007024C and follow the instructions at the
bottom of each page.
Coral Reef Conservation Program Coordinator/MICCI Program Coordinator
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Biscayne Bay Environmental Center
1277 NE 79th Street Causeway
Miami, FL 33138
Email: Nikki.Poulos at dep.state.fl.us
<mailto:Nikki.Poulos at dep.state.fl.us> Websites:
and www.southeastfloridareefs.net <http://www.southeastfloridareefs.net/>
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