As part of the Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment Phase IV Early Restoration Plan, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, State Lands Division (SLD) is beginning implementation of the Shell Belt/Coden Belt Roads Living Shorelines project. The proposed project would include the placement of a living shorelines breakwater and the planting of salt marsh vegetation on state-owned submerged lands adjacent to the Shell Belt and Coden Belt Roads rights-of-way located along the northern shoreline of Portersville Bay in Mississippi Sound, Mobile County.
The SLD is seeking a professional services firm to provide project planning, design, engineering, permitting and construction oversight services. The selected firm would also implement a 5-year post construction monitoring program in accordance with the draft Monitoring Plan.
Firms interested in submitting a response to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) should acquire a copy of the RFQ including a copy of the Alabama Living Shorelines Project Fact Sheet, the Conceptual Site Plan and the draft Monitoring Plan, by downloading a copy of the RFQ packet from http://www.outdooralabama.com/request-proposals.