The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is
seeking interest in the projects listed in the tables below. The solicitation number
(ex: SW 01) is linked to a MS Word
file including the scope of services narrative, which explains the
type of work to be performed, and the Notice of Interest
questionnaire form to be submitted by interested firms.
If there is a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal on the
contract, it will be noted in the DBE goal column.
more instructions below. If there is a
solicitation-specific DBE goal, it will noted in the
special instructions section of the solicitation.
In 2007, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) implemented
a bridge design specification for all bridges designed and
maintained in Wisconsin. This bridge design specification is
known as Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD). Consulting engineers are required to provide LRFD designs
for all bridge design services. More
NOI due: May 16, 2013, 12 noon CST - Late submittals
will not be accepted.
Firms must have ESubmit
permissions before submitting NOIs for the projects below. Do not
wait to apply for these permissions until the deadline date!
Division of Transportation
System Development Regions
Each scope of services narrative includes an email
address to which consultants may submit questions about the package.
The subject line of the email message must read "Question
about <Solicitation Number>, <Project ID>." Failure to
include the solicitation number (SE 1, SE 2, etc.) and at least one
project ID may prevent the question from being answered. There may
be a link on the Word document automatically sending a message with
the correct subject line.
calls about the project will be accepted.
The source person or firm of the questions will not be
identified with the published answers.
Firms interviewing for projects may only contact the WisDOT staff
person listed on the NOI between notification of interview and the interview
itself. Answers to questions posed during this time period will be
shared with all interviewing firms.
For local government projects:
Call the contact listed in the narrative if you have
Questions and answers for local projects will not
Solicitation numbers will be marked Roster or Open.
If the solicitation number is open to all
firms, instructions and forms required for submittal will be noted in
and accessible from the scope of services narrative.
If a solicitation number has a DBE requirement, (DBE) is
included in the solicitation number column.
If "Same SN" appears in the solicitation number
column, the project is one of two or more on the same contract or
indicates that more than one contract will be awarded.
Some projects require interviews for a short list of firms. The
MS Word narrative/NOI document in the project
list will note if interviews are to be held for the project.
Only firms chosen to interview will be notified formally.
Local units of government may have projects in our solicitation.
They are listed under the WisDOT region in which they reside, and are
awarded as three-party contracts. Under current department policy,
local units of government are responsible for the
selection process (including solicitation) for these
contracts. WisDOT provides this advertisement as a service to our
local government partners.
If you are interested in working on other local
projects, you should contact local units of government
directly for information regarding potential contracts.
Consultant Services if you have
questions concerning this solicitation. We look forward
to your response and appreciate your interest in
providing engineering and related services to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Awards for solicitation packages are subject to WisDOT
funding and staffing changes.
You will need the Adobe Reader (provided free of charge) to view PDF files. For more information
about getting your free copy of the Adobe Reader, visit WisDOT's Software information page.
You will need Microsoft Word to view Word files. If you do not have a copy of Microsoft Word installed on your computer, you can use the Microsoft Word Viewer (provided free of charge) to view Word files. For more information about getting your free copy of Microsoft Word Viewer, visit WisDOT's Software information page.