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Culvert Design Study
Request for Qualifications
Aaron Halverson
Environmental Programs Manager

17425 Ballinger Way NE
Lake Forest Park, WA  98155

Phone: 206-957-2836
FAX: 206-xxx-xxxx

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The City of Lake Forest Park solicits a request for a Statement of Qualifications for design engineering, rough order of magnitude cost estimating and survey services for replacement of five structurally deficient and/or fish barrier culverts on Lyon Creek. The project will also require evaluation of downstream impacts and mitigation associated with culvert replacements. Firms responding to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) must be familiar with the most current culvert sizing methodology and permit requirements. The City strongly encourages minority-owned and women-owned businesses, socially and economically disadvantaged business enterprises, and small businesses to respond to this RFQ. 

Please see the Request of Qualifications for further information on the Culvert Design Study project. Consultant submittals are due by 5:00 PM on July 7th, 2016.

In the report of the Geotechnical Engineering Evaluation of the Lyon Creek Flood Mitigation Project for Lake Forest Park you will find the existing surface and subsurface conditions within the project area. The report provides geotechnical design and construction recommendations for the new replacement culverts and stream enhancement associated with Lyon Creek flood mitigation plans.

Culvert Design Study Request for Qualifications FAQ

Healthy Environment
The Culvert Design Study follows the City's goals of a Healthy Environment in the Draft Strategic Plan.

We deliver a healthy environment through:
Ensuring the community and environmental health of Lake Forest Park through the effective policies that protect lands, waters, trees, and wildlife and promote human health.
  • Develop a Healthy Creeks Plan for the strategic and systematic investment in the restoration of Lyon Creek and McAleer Creek in order to improve water quality, provide for regular native fish spawning while also reducing the impact of water on roads and roadbeds.