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Phone: 609.530.2452
Fax: 609.530.2212

 

Professional Services
Question and Answer
For Current Technical Proposals


Email question(s) to PSPD@dot.state.nj.us, attention Manager of Professional Services, Procurement.

Specify "TP # 962 question" in subject line. Email is now the preferred method of answering consultant's questions. It will expedite processing the request and posting the response. If your firm does not have access to email, you may fax your questions to 609-530-2212.

Questions will be accepted up to question cut-off date noted in the technical proposal.

Technical Proposal


TP-962


Question 1: Can a NICET Certification in “Highway Materials” which covers aggregates, soils, concrete, and asphalt be used for the Soil’s Certification requested in Section 9 and the Instructions of the Technical Proposal?

Answer 1: No. Only the soil certifications listed in the Instructions are acceptable.

Question 2: Will plans and supplemental specifications be made available to review for TP 962?

Answer 2: No.

Question 3: Since the plans and supplemental specifications are not available for review, is the design team (including Prime and Subconsultants) precluded from submitting as either Prime or Subconsultant on this proposal?

Answer 3: No.  Specific details from the plans and/or specifications are not being considered in the evaluation of the Technical Proposals.  General responses for key issues in the Project Approach are sufficient. 

Question 4: Is a NICET Level I in “construction materials testing soils” acceptable as the soils certification requested in Section 9?

Answer 4: No,  only the certifications listed in the Instructions are considered acceptable.

Question 5: Will a Virginia DOT Soils Certification be allowed to be used as one of the required Material Inspector’s Soil Certifications since VDOT is part of the Mid-Atlantic Region Technician Certification Program called out in TP 962 along with New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia and the Federal Highway Administration.

Answer 5: Yes,  a soils certification issued by the State of Virginia or any of the other MARTCP member states is acceptable.  However, be advised that only those certifications issued by those states will be accepted;  while Virginia DOT may accept other soil certifications for its program, we will only accept a certification from VDOT.   

Question 6: NJDOT Solicitation TP-962 does not provide plans or specifications, either in electronic format or in hard copy for review at the NJDOT’s offices. Part 5 of the Technical Proposal Evaluation Criteria (Page 6) identified six key issues and critical problems for which solutions/discussions are expected in the Technical Approach narrative. Is there any information available regarding the particular needs and/or requirements for addressing these six key issues(at leastfor King Piles and Rigid Column Inclusions) as they relate to the Rte. 295/42/I-76 Direct Connector Contract No. 2?

Answer 6: No. Specific details from the plans and/or specifications are not being considered in the evaluation of the Technical Proposals. General responsesrather project specific responsesfor the key issues (including King Piles and Rigid Column Inclusions)in the Project Approach are sufficient.

 
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