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City of North Miami Beach<br />

Continuing Contract for<br />

Professional Services<br />

RFQ No. 2012 10<br />

June 22, 2012<br />

SUBMITTED TO<br />

Procurement Management Division<br />

Att: Brian K. O’Connor, C.P.M. A.P.P<br />

Chief Procurement Officer<br />

17011 North East 19th Avenue, Room 315<br />

North Miami Beach, Florida 33162<br />

Phone: (305) 948-2946<br />

Email: bids@citynmb.com<br />

SUBMITTED BY<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

Roberto León, P.E.<br />

Senior Vice President<br />

6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 300<br />

Miami, Florida 33126<br />

Phone: (305) 461-5484<br />

E-mail: rleon@csagroup.com


Statement of Qualifications<br />

to the<br />

CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH<br />

for<br />

RFQ NO. 2012-10 CONTINUING CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

June 22, 2012<br />

Submitted to:<br />

Ms. Shari Kamali<br />

Project Manager<br />

City of North Miami Beach<br />

Public Services Department Director<br />

17011 N.E. 19 th Avenue, Room 315<br />

North Miami Beach, FL 33162<br />

Phone: (305) 948-2983<br />

Mr. Brian K. O’Connor, C.P.M., A.P.P.<br />

Chief Procurement Officer<br />

City of North Miami Beach<br />

Procurement Management Division<br />

17011 N.E. 19 th Avenue, Room 315<br />

North Miami Beach, FL 33162<br />

Phone: (305) 948-2946<br />

Submitted by:<br />

Mr. Carlos Mallol, DBA, P.E.<br />

Vice President / Principal-in-Charge<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 300<br />

Miami, Florida 33126<br />

Phone: (305) 461-5484 / Fax: (305) 461-5494<br />

E-mail: cmallol@csagroup.com<br />

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Table of Contents<br />

Section A Title Page A.1<br />

Section B Table of Contents B.1<br />

Section C Cover letter and Executive Summary C.1 – C.19<br />

Section D Form SF- 330 D.1 – D.132<br />

Section E Acknowledgements E.1 – E.34<br />

MBE Participation Plan E.35<br />

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Cover Letter<br />

June 22, 2012<br />

Ms. Shari Kamali<br />

Mr. Brian K. O’Connor<br />

Public Services Department Director Chief Procurement Officer<br />

City of North Miami Beach<br />

City of North Miami Beach<br />

Public Services Department<br />

Procurement Management Division<br />

17011 N.E. 19 th Avenue, Room 315 17011 N.E. 19 th Avenue, Room 315<br />

North Miami Beach, FL 33162 North Miami Beach, FL 33162<br />

RE: CONTINUING CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

RFQ NO. 2012-10<br />

Dear Ms. Kamali, Mr. O’Connor and Selection Committee Members:<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc. (<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>) is pleased to submit its qualifications to provide professional services for the Continuing<br />

Contract for Professional Services.<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team is presenting this proposal for the following services:<br />

• Architecture<br />

• Civil Engineering<br />

• Construction Management and Inspection<br />

• Environmental Engineering / Permitting<br />

• Land Surveying<br />

• Transportation Engineering<br />

As a full service, project delivery A/E/C/P&E firm, we’ve been delivering professional services to public/ government<br />

agencies for over 55 years. Listed among the top 500 A/E firms in the country, we are a minority-owned firm that is<br />

backed by a multidisciplinary staff of more than 400 professionals.<br />

Most importantly however, we’ve been providing professional services to local municipalities in South Florida at every<br />

level of involvement possible, and under all delivery methods. As A/E consultants with a direct understanding of the<br />

local community, our professionals offer the level of intimate knowledge necessary to make this project nothing short of<br />

a success… and second to none in the industry.<br />

We are committing only the best personnel for this project. Our Proposed Project Manager and point of contact for the<br />

City’s project(s) will be Evelio Chavez, P.E. Evelio has over 27 years of continuous design experience for various public<br />

sector clients including the City of Miami, Miami-Dade County, and the Florida Department of Transportation. He has<br />

the managerial expertise required to successfully manage this assignment and also has a proven record of being<br />

proactive and responsive when critical issues arise in projects. His commitment to excellence and understanding of<br />

the project issues will guarantee quality service to the City of North Miami Beach.<br />

Mr. Chavez will be supported by Principal-in-Charge, Carlos Mallol, P.E. and by Andres Garganta, P.E. for QA/QC:<br />

Engineering and Reinaldo (Ray) Vera, R.A. for QA/QC: Architecture. Together they bring more than 60 years of<br />

experience with similar type projects for various public sector clients in South Florida and are committed to providing<br />

you and the highest quality of service while adhering to strict budgets.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has been providing quality design services for over 30 years. For this project, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has structured a<br />

highly qualified team of professionals that are well respected in their fields. Mr. Chavez has worked with all of the key<br />

personnel as well as the subconsultants.<br />

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CONTACT INFORMATION<br />

Mr. Evelio Chavez, P.E.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc. (<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>)<br />

6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 300<br />

Miami, FL 33126<br />

Phone: (305) 461-5484 ext. 7304<br />

Fax: (305) 461-5494<br />

E-Mail: echavez@csagroup.com<br />

We are certainly ready to handle this contract, and have the necessary experienced manpower to get the job done with<br />

a workforce that is familiar with all procedures, requirements, and expectations! We are excited and look forward to<br />

working together with The City of North Miami Beach on this Contract.<br />

Respectfully,<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP<br />

Carlos Mallol, DBA, P.E.<br />

Principal-in-Charge<br />

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Executive Summary<br />

In response to the RFQ, <strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc. (<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>) kindly requests the City’s consideration of our qualifications in:<br />

• Architecture;<br />

• Civil Engineering;<br />

• Construction Management / Construction Inspection;<br />

• Environmental Engineering and Permitting;<br />

• Land Surveying; and<br />

• Transportation Engineering.<br />

We are experts in delivering successful programs of this scope and complexity South Florida.<br />

As a full service, project delivery A/E/C/P&E firm, we’ve been delivering professional services to public/government agencies<br />

for over 55 years. Listed among the top 500 A/E firms in the Country, we are a minority owned firm that’s backed by a<br />

multi-disciplinary staff of more than 400 professionals. As A/E consultants with a direct understanding of the local<br />

community, our professionals offer the level of intimate knowledge necessary to make your projects nothing short of a<br />

success. In addition to our offices in Miami, Doral and Fort Myers, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has national offices in New York, New<br />

Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Puerto Rico. Our international offices include Argentina, Brazil, and Panama.<br />

Through the years <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has earned a reputation for quality projects and for the delivery of services aimed at meeting<br />

the expectations of our clients. The foundation of our practice has focused on our capabilities for being good listeners and<br />

translating the client’s needs into workable solutions.<br />

Our Team<br />

Our staff of professional has the experience and necessary certifications required for all types of vertical and horizontal<br />

construction work. We are experts in the understanding and application of all technical requirements needed to assure<br />

quality of construction, as well as the correct administration of all construction contracts.<br />

Our staff of professionals includes many individuals that utilize innovative architectural and engineering approaches<br />

coupled with state-of-the-art tools. Examples of these tools include Building Information Modeling (BIM), Sustainable &<br />

Green Design and best practices from the Construction Industry Institute (CII) to achieve design excellence and on time<br />

project delivery.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> applies the latest project management principles and practices to consistently exceed client expectations. Our<br />

success story is our people; a high caliber staff focused on our clients’ success, bringing flexibility, responsiveness,<br />

creativity, vision, innovation and dedication to provide the best quality results across all requirements and needs of each<br />

project. At <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> we measure our success by placing the client at the core of our practice. Our people are the<br />

primary tools for our past performance and client satisfaction.<br />

To provide the City with a comprehensive Team to undertake the assigned projects, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has teamed with:<br />

• F.R. Aleman & Associates, Inc., a S/DBE Firm, for Traffic Planning and Engineering; and<br />

• Keith & Associates, Inc., a MBE Firm, for Subsurface Utilities Engineering (SUE) and Coordination.<br />

Our Experience<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has developed a comprehensive portfolio and has cultivated many relationships with private and public sector<br />

clients specifically over the last 30 years in South Florida. The value, innovation, and repeat commissions are a natural<br />

outgrowth of our relationships with our clients. We believe that successful projects depend on the trust and respect<br />

supported by clear communication with our clients. Our South Florida continuing contracts include:<br />

• City of Fort Lauderdale, Continuing Contract for Civil Engineering Services<br />

• Florida Department of Transportation – General Engineering Consultant Services #1<br />

• South Florida Water Management – Continuing Contract<br />

• Miami-Dade Water and Sewer - Continuing Contract<br />

• City of Miami General Engineering Services<br />

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• Broward County – Continuing Contracts<br />

• Miami-Dade Aviation Department – Continuing Contracts<br />

• United States Postal Service (USPS) - Continuing Contract<br />

• City of North Miami Beach – Continuing Contracts<br />

• Miami-Dade County Fire Rescue Department – Continuing Contracts<br />

• City of Miami Beach – Continuing Contracts<br />

• Miami-Dade County Public Schools (A/EPC)<br />

• The School Board of Broward County - Continuing Contract<br />

• Miami Dade College - Continuing Contract<br />

• The School District of Palm Beach County - Continuing Contract<br />

• Florida International University - Continuing Contract<br />

• Broward College - Continuing Contract<br />

• Palm Beach Community College - Continuing Contract<br />

High Quality Design/Production Capabilities<br />

We have experience in the design and production of high quality plans, construction documents and other related materials<br />

specific to public Architectural and Engineering projects that will exceed your satisfaction… using only the latest innovative<br />

technology.<br />

Our Project Management<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> utilizes a strong management approach on all of its projects. Our project managers are not just involved in<br />

management, but also in the technical issues of the project. This approach provides our clients with the best possible<br />

service. <strong>CSA</strong> will take a proactive approach to the management of this contract to assure proper coordination of activities<br />

from all parties involved to accomplish the successful completion of the contract. This contract may require that multiple<br />

work orders or authorizations be performed simultaneously and by different team members and discipline compositions.<br />

Therefore, a well-defined management plan that monitors progress and coordination is of paramount importance.<br />

Our Approach<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team approach is founded on the understanding that to be successful, our members must work as one with<br />

the City, fully understanding each of the tasks necessary to deliver a project. That includes not only maintaining a scientific<br />

and engineering understanding, but also having in place the necessary tools and logistics, such as project cost and<br />

schedule tracking, to ensure the appropriate services are available as needs arise through different stages of the project.<br />

The administration of logistics for each project is considered necessary to ensure that projects are delivered within the<br />

negotiated budget, while meeting City and stakeholders expectations.<br />

From planning through construction, commissioning and operations, and even training if necessary, the <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team<br />

stands ready to provide its best personnel and resources to ensure successful, cost-effective project execution.<br />

Contact Information<br />

The contact person and responsible office for the success of this contract:<br />

Mr. Evelio Chavez, P.E.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc. (<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>)<br />

6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 300, Miami, FL 33126<br />

Phone: (305) 461-5484 ext. 7304 / Fax: (305) 461-5494<br />

E-Mail: echavez@csagroup.com<br />

With no apparent conflict of interest, we present a synopsis of our company, description of approach to organization and<br />

management, organizational chart, resumes of key personnel and other supportive documentation for your consideration.<br />

We are excited to submit our credentials and look forward to working together in providing the City of North Miami Beach<br />

and the community with the quality work you demand!<br />

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Qualifications of the Firm<br />

Firm:<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> – legally registered as <strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc.<br />

Responsible Office: 6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 300, Miami, FL 33126<br />

Contact Person:<br />

Mission:<br />

Services:<br />

Personnel:<br />

Evelio Chavez, P.E. - Project Manager<br />

Phone: (305) 461-5484 ext. 7304 / Fax: (305) 461-5494 / echavez@csagroup.com<br />

Provide our clients with full project delivery capability, turning their needs into reality<br />

• Architecture (building design; landscape architecture, land planning, urban designs)<br />

• Engineering (civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing/FP)<br />

• Energy Audit, Assessment Report, System Validation and Commissioning<br />

• Program and Project Management (planning, contract administration, project controls)<br />

• Environmental (GIS services, assessments, field studies, impact statements,<br />

permitting)<br />

• Construction Management (inspection, procurement, controls, safety, CA, permitting)<br />

• Operations and Maintenance (commissioning, owners representation, schedules &<br />

protocols, maintenance support)<br />

Over 400 professional personnel<br />

70 Locally<br />

148 licensed Architects and Engineers<br />

17 LEED® Certified Architects and Engineers<br />

Over 20 Professional Scientists<br />

Over 20 GIS/IT professionals<br />

Over 20% Masters and PhDs<br />

Qualifications of the Team<br />

The professional staff proposed by <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team is shown in the attached organizational chart. Our local office is<br />

enhanced by our ability to pull in resources within the local office or anyone available in other offices where the<br />

expertise exists of where the extra hand is available. This allows <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> to keep the project’s staff to the level<br />

required to complete the project on time. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>’s staff of 400-plus professionals includes over 125 licensed<br />

engineers and architects, and over 20 scientists spread out in 50 technical disciplines. Our organizational structure<br />

offers a unique advantage to the City of North Miami Beach for the optimum performance of this CCNA Project. <strong>CSA</strong><br />

<strong>Group</strong>’s structure designates a principal of the firm to whom the Program Manager must report project issues for the<br />

effectively and timely resolution. This chain of command allows an effective and fast communication to respond to any<br />

situation that may affect a project. Project team members’ qualifications are included at the end of this section as<br />

part of the Standard Form 330 solicited in the Request for Qualifications.<br />

Carlos Mallol, DBA, P.E., Principal-in-Charge. Mr.<br />

Mallol's primary responsibility will be to assure that the<br />

Project Manager has all the resources available to<br />

satisfy the City’s needs in time and quality. He will<br />

oversee the contract and ensure that management and<br />

staff is following established management protocols,<br />

procedures, and accomplishing the City’s goals.<br />

Evelio Chavez, P.E., Project Manager. Mr. Chavez has<br />

over 27 years experience and has managed and<br />

successfully completed numerous Continuing Services<br />

Contracts including: City of Miami Civil Engineering<br />

Services for Roadway Projects, City of Miami Program<br />

Management Services, City of Miami General<br />

Engineering Consultant Services; FDOT District Six<br />

General Engineering Consultant Services and<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design Consultant,<br />

Miami-Dade County and FDOT District Four’s S.R. A1A<br />

(Ocean Drive), S.R. 5/U.S. 1 from just south of Yamato<br />

Road to C-15 Canal.<br />

Andres Garganta, P.E., Quality Assurance/ Quality<br />

Control Manager - Engineering. Mr. Garganta will<br />

oversee the QA/QC efforts and will assign the<br />

independent reviewers for this contract. The main<br />

components of the QC Review are related to<br />

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constructability and permittability. The quality control<br />

of the application review process will ensure that<br />

permitted documents are free of errors, omissions, and<br />

misinterpretations. Mr. Garganta is a registered<br />

engineer with over 37 years of experience in civil<br />

engineering, primarily dedicated to the area of<br />

Transportation Engineering and Management of<br />

roadway and highway projects. Mr. Garganta’s work<br />

experience for this contract is exemplified by his<br />

management of several continuing services contract<br />

including, but not limited to, the General Engineering<br />

Consultant #1, Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Consultant, City of Miami General Engineering<br />

Consultant, City of Sweetwater Improvements, and<br />

FEMA-DORM Drainage Improvements.<br />

Reinaldo Vera, R.A. Quality Assurance/ Quality Control<br />

Manager - Architecture. Mr. Vera is a recognized<br />

professional with international reputation in design of<br />

educational, commercial, institutional and corporate<br />

projects. His 36 years of experience have been<br />

dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in design and<br />

construction with a keen sense of financial<br />

responsibility. His designs have received awards for<br />

excellence in design from the American Institute of<br />

Architects, and the City of Miami. Mr. Vera will oversee<br />

the QA/QC efforts and will assign the independent<br />

reviewers for the architectural services of this contract.<br />

SERVICES / DISCIPLINES<br />

ARCHITECTURE<br />

Cesar Becerra, R.A., Project Architect. As an Architect<br />

Mr. Becerra has attained over 38 years of experience<br />

in both public & private sectors throughout South<br />

Florida. With over 500 different projects totaling over<br />

$200 million in design & construction administration,<br />

Mr. Becerra’s knowledge of all state requirements are<br />

both complete and precise. Mr. Becerra brings<br />

extensive experience in project management,<br />

Construction Documents as well as Quality Control and<br />

Quality Assurance.<br />

Eduardo Juarez, R.A., Project Architect, has 28 years<br />

of experience in architectural design and project<br />

management. He is responsible for the development<br />

and completion of several educational projects in Dade<br />

and Broward. Directly participated in the different<br />

phases of the projects including schematic<br />

design/programming, design development,<br />

construction documents and administration.<br />

Antonio Moreno, Project Designer, has over 20 years<br />

experience in the architecture design field. His<br />

experience includes both domestic and international<br />

projects comprised of a variety of building types<br />

including large and small scale develpments. His skills<br />

include a wide spectrum of capabilities, from design<br />

development to production documents and<br />

construction administration. Mr. Moreno is<br />

experienced in highly sensitive government projects<br />

requiring special security clearance; on projects such<br />

as United States Embassy designs in Peru, and the<br />

development of the new Federal courthouse in<br />

Washington D.C. Additionally Mr. Moreno was<br />

responsible for a number of Health Clinics developed<br />

for Humana and Doctor’s Medical Center in Miami,<br />

Florida where the projects were technically demanding<br />

in the radiology field including MRI, C.T. Scans,<br />

Mammography and Digital X-Ray equipment.<br />

Edith Calzadilla, CAAPPR, AIA, CDT, NCAR, LEED®<br />

AP has over 30 years of professional experience in<br />

architecture. Her practice extends into landscape<br />

architecture and interior design. She has been Project<br />

Designer and Manager in a number of projects of<br />

various magnitudes and complexities. Ms. Calzadilla<br />

has a vast experience in landscape architecture,<br />

renovation design, development of high & medium<br />

density residential complexes, office facilities, as well<br />

as space planning and interior architecture for a variety<br />

of corporate and institutional clients.<br />

CIVIL ENGINEERING<br />

John England, P.E., Task Manager has over 28 years of<br />

experience in the management, design, permitting and<br />

construction administration of various residential,<br />

commercial, institutional, public and roadway projects<br />

associated with the field of land development in the<br />

South Florida region. Mr. England’s broad range of<br />

experience, including in the areas of site planning,<br />

rezoning and land use amendments, brings valuable<br />

and extensive knowledge necessary for the successful<br />

design, permitting and construction of land<br />

development projects and assurance of project team<br />

interaction and coordination.<br />

Juan Villar, P.E. has over 35 years of experience in<br />

Civil Engineering. Mr. Villar has considerable<br />

experience in storm water management studies, design<br />

and construction of water distribution systems,<br />

wastewater collection systems, and pump stations. Mr.<br />

Villar’s technical and management capabilities include<br />

program and project management services for both,<br />

design and construction management disciplines;<br />

project controls expertise; value engineering,<br />

construction inspections, and commissioning of capital<br />

equipment for a broad range of projects, including<br />

water and wastewater facilities.<br />

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Juan C. Muniz, P.E. has over 21 years of experience<br />

and is responsible for managing private land<br />

development, municipal, and roadway projects,<br />

including residential (single family, multi-family, high<br />

rise condominium, and dormitory), commercial (office,<br />

warehouse, shopping center, and retail centers),<br />

industrial (distribution centers, manufacturing<br />

facilities of various type automotive repair, etc.) and<br />

municipal utility (water, sewer, and drainage) projects.<br />

Roadway experience includes knowledge of all aspects<br />

of roadway design including drainage, plans and<br />

profiles, cross sections, and maintenance of traffic<br />

plans.<br />

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND<br />

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION<br />

Mauricio Arze, P.E., Task Manager has over 24 years<br />

of experience dedicated to the areas of construction,<br />

design and highway materials testing. His emphasis<br />

has been in Construction Engineering and Inspection<br />

(CEI) road and bridge inspection. Mr. Arze’s work<br />

experience includes but not limited to roadway and<br />

bridge widening and re-construction; milling and<br />

resurfacing; landscaping; standard concrete box<br />

culverts; retaining walls; MSE Walls; sound barrier<br />

walls; signature walls; structural supports for highway<br />

signs; highway lighting, traffic signals, Toll Plaza<br />

Modifications and ITS Systems. Mr. Arze brings the<br />

combination of field and supervisory experience<br />

managing staff ranging from 5 to 25 engineers,<br />

inspectors and administrative personnel for CE&I<br />

services accumulating over $220 Million.<br />

Peter J. Medico, P.E. has over 25 years of broad range<br />

experience from project design, including site,<br />

roadway, storm-water management, drainage, and<br />

permitting, to project construction, including contract<br />

negotiations, project management, field and technical<br />

review and assistance, and claims analysis and<br />

resolution. His involvement encompasses public and<br />

private sector projects from major interstate and urban<br />

roadway design and construction to industrial,<br />

commercial, and residential with emphasis on service<br />

and quality control. His recent assignments as the Sr.<br />

Project Engineer for FDOT Districts 1, 3, 4, 6 and 7<br />

projects have provided him with hands-on quality CEI<br />

experience. Mr. Medico personally prepared and<br />

submitted 5 FDOT Final Estimates and supervised the<br />

preparation of 18 Final Estimates.<br />

Simon Gutierrez de Pineres, P.E. has over 7 years of<br />

experience with a specific emphasis on contract<br />

administration and management of construction<br />

projects. He brings a dual perspective to the<br />

management of projects as a former employee of FDOT<br />

District Four responsible for overseeing the preparation<br />

of progress and final estimates; oversees preparation of<br />

supplemental agreements and work orders; work<br />

schedule reviews; plan reviews, claim analysis; permit<br />

compliance; resolving conflicts during construction;<br />

public involvement/public relations; provide contractor<br />

quality control oversight; partnering; correspondence,<br />

and documentation.<br />

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING / PERMITTING<br />

Wilson Ortiz, P.E., Task Manager. Mr. Ortiz has over<br />

20 years of experience in engineering, environmental<br />

studies and management, including: project<br />

management and design for water and wastewater<br />

projects; pollution prevention (P2), life cycle<br />

assessment, integrated solid waste management; and<br />

water quality studies comprising surface water<br />

hydrology, water quality monitoring, and data<br />

gathering and analysis. His expertise also spans<br />

impact assessment and environmental modeling,<br />

environmental permitting, documentation and<br />

compliance with environmental laws and regulations,<br />

engineering feasibility studies, energy audits, energy<br />

conservation measures, and project planning and<br />

design.<br />

Roberto Leon, P.E., Environmental Engineer. has spent<br />

over 15 years working in the environmental,<br />

engineering, architectural, program management and<br />

construction industry in the private and government<br />

sector. His experience includes projects in the water<br />

and wastewater, energy, environmental, transportation<br />

and buildings sectors in Puerto Rico, United States<br />

and Latin America. Mr. León’s work history includes<br />

roles as environmental engineer, civil engineer, Project<br />

Manager, Program Manager, Sales & Marketing<br />

Manager and Operations Manager.<br />

Robert Stewart, Environmental Scientist, has over 19<br />

years of environmental project management and field<br />

experience in areas that Project Development and<br />

Environment (PD&E) studies, environmental permit<br />

compliance, ecological assessments, archaeological<br />

surveys, wildlife and endangered species, cultural<br />

resource identification and preservation.<br />

LAND SURVEYING<br />

Selvin Bruce, PSM, Task Manager has over 30 years of<br />

experience in surveying and mapping. He has served<br />

as project manager on numerous projects ranging from<br />

hydrographic, construction, condominium, boundary,<br />

topographic, mean high water, subdivision, to design<br />

and transportation surveys. His responsibilities include<br />

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plat review, survey preparation and calculation, daily<br />

organization and scheduling of field crews and<br />

maintenance of Windows NT survey network. Mr.<br />

Bruce has successfully managed and participated on<br />

numerous continuing services contract for FDOT and<br />

local governmental agencies.<br />

Darryl Hauser, PSM has over 14 years of experience<br />

and has worked in almost all areas of surveying and<br />

mapping in both the public and private sectors. He has<br />

worked in numerous locations such as the Tampa Bay<br />

Area, North Central Florida, Southern Maryland, and<br />

Washington, D.C.; prior to relocating to South Florida<br />

and working for over 12 years with the Florida<br />

Department of Transportation (FDOT) in Miami. Mr.<br />

Hauser represented FDOT District VI at statewide<br />

surveyor’s meetings; working to improve the quality of<br />

surveying and mapping for the State of Florida.<br />

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING<br />

Alfredo Reyna, P.E., Task Manager has over 24 years<br />

of experience involved in a variety of<br />

Transportation/Highway projects including geometry<br />

design (vertical and horizontal), storm drainage<br />

systems, Pavement Marking and signing, Signalization,<br />

utilities, water/sewer systems and site development.<br />

His experience includes the elements of geometric<br />

calculation, drainage design, traffic control plans<br />

(TCP), signalization, right-of-way map preparation,<br />

roadway design for various FDOT transportation<br />

project. Mr. Reyna’s relevant experience includes City<br />

of Miami Civil Engineering Services for Roadway<br />

Projects, FDOT District Six’s General Engineering<br />

Consultant Services and Districtwide Miscellaneous PE<br />

Design Consultant.<br />

Natalie Garganta, E.I. has over 5 years of experience in<br />

the production of major arterials, freeway and<br />

interchanges, traffic control master plans and plans<br />

production, drainage plan, land development and<br />

landscape plans utilizing MicroStation and Geopak.<br />

Her relevant experience includes City of Miami Civil<br />

Engineering Services for Roadway Projects, FDOT<br />

District Six’s General Engineering Consultant Services<br />

and Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design Consultant.<br />

Wilfredo Rodriguez, Task Manager has over 27 years of<br />

engineering experience in the area of transportation<br />

with an emphasis in stormwater modeling, drainage<br />

design, permitting, stormwater management and<br />

roadway design. He has provided similar services for<br />

the City of Miami Civil Engineering Services for<br />

Roadway Projects, City of Miami Program Management<br />

Services, City of Miami General Engineering<br />

Consultant Services; FDOT District Six General<br />

Engineering Consultant Services and Districtwide<br />

Miscellaneous PE Design Consultant, Miami-Dade<br />

County and FDOT District Four’s S.R. A1A (Ocean<br />

Drive), S.R. 5/U.S. 1 from just south of Yamato Road<br />

to C-15 Canal.<br />

Edgar Espinosa, E.I. has over 20 years of project<br />

management experience in master planning, design,<br />

permitting, project costing & scheduling, bid processes<br />

and construction management of roadway, land<br />

development, drainage and utilities projects. Mr.<br />

Espinoza’s experience also encompasses providing inhouse<br />

project management & technical support for the<br />

Florida Department of Transportation, District 6 and<br />

other public agencies.<br />

Charles Newton, Task Manager has over 44 years<br />

experience as a Traffic Control specialist. He has<br />

extensive experience in highway construction projects<br />

with an emphasis on work zone traffic control plans<br />

development and review, field implementation,<br />

inspection and traffic operations functions. Mr.<br />

Newton is a specialist in traffic control methods and<br />

former District Traffic Maintenance Specialist for<br />

FDOT District Six.<br />

Carlos Sarasqueta, P.E. has over 11 years of<br />

experience in design, mostly responsible for the<br />

coordination and preparation of transportation projects,<br />

in both the public and private sectors. His technical<br />

expertise ranges from the design of roadway<br />

alignments, plans preparation to FDOT standards and<br />

the specialized use of MicroStation and GEOPAK<br />

software in the development and implementation of<br />

traffic control concepts, preparation of specification<br />

packages, quantity computations, estimates and<br />

development of project schedules with the use of<br />

Primavera software.<br />

Daniel Checcia, Task Manager. Mr. Checchia has over<br />

14 years of experience in transportation engineering,<br />

surveying, civil design and construction related fields,<br />

the last seven years of which have been focused in<br />

Utility Coordination and Subsurface Utility<br />

Engineering. His duties are to oversee the day-to-day<br />

operations of all Subsurface Utility Engineering and<br />

Coordination projects for our firm.<br />

Joseph Kupkovich has over 15 years of experience<br />

providing subsurface utility locating services on major<br />

public and private, Municipal and State of Florida<br />

Department of Transportation projects. His experience<br />

includes horizontal designation, over 8 years of ground<br />

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penetrating radar, and subsurface utility location by<br />

vacuum excavation on a variety of projects and field<br />

conditions.<br />

Amazia L. Kiboko, P.E., PTOE has over 26 years of<br />

“diverse and well rounded experience” in the areas of<br />

traffic operations studies, transportation engineering,<br />

planning, statistics, traffic signal timing, data<br />

collection and analysis, ITS, roadway/highway design,<br />

signalization, signing, pavement markings, and utility<br />

coordination. Throughout his engineering career, he<br />

has been involved in a variety of different project types<br />

from large scale data collection projects to minor<br />

roadway improvements. He routinely prepares<br />

construction drawings in accordance with FDOT<br />

guidelines and designed and developed nearly two<br />

thousand roadway, signalization and lighting plans<br />

Statewide.<br />

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APPROACH TO SCOPE OF WORK<br />

Overview<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has been providing professional engineering, and construction management services to various public agencies<br />

throughout the Southeast Florida region for well over 30 years. Our list of municipal clients includes:<br />

• City of Miami<br />

• City of Miami Beach<br />

• City of Fort Lauderdale<br />

• South Florida Water Management District<br />

• Miami-Dade County<br />

• Miami-Dade County Parks & Recreation Dept.<br />

• Miami-Dade County Aviation Department<br />

• Miami-Dade County Fire Rescue Department<br />

• Miami-Dade County Water & Sewer<br />

• Broward County<br />

• Broward County Aviation Department<br />

• Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)<br />

• Collier County<br />

Our staff has the experience and necessary certifications required for all types of vertical and horizontal construction work.<br />

We are experts in the understanding and application of all technical requirements needed to assure quality of construction,<br />

as well as the correct administration of all construction contracts, and we are already immersed with the City of North<br />

Miami Beach’s administrative procedures.<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team approach is founded on the understanding that to be successful, our members must work as one with<br />

the City, fully understanding each of the tasks necessary to deliver a project. That includes not only maintaining a scientific<br />

and engineering understanding, but also having in place the necessary tools and logistics, such as project cost and<br />

schedule tracking, to ensure the appropriate services are available as needs arise through different stages of the project.<br />

The administration of logistics for each project is considered necessary to ensure that projects are delivered within the<br />

negotiated budget, while meeting City and stakeholders expectations.<br />

From planning through construction, commissioning and operations, and even training if necessary, the <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team<br />

stands ready to provide its best personnel and resources to ensure successful, cost-effective project execution.<br />

Scope of Work<br />

We understand from the solicitation package, that the City of North Miami Beach is requesting Professional Services firms<br />

to provide Continuing Architectural and Engineering Services for various City projects, many, if not all, has yet to be<br />

publically identified, and which consist of various sizes and locations. Nevertheless, we are aware of the City’s work<br />

program and type of projects anticipated in the upcoming years and are confident that our experience and staff availability<br />

will be more than adequate to satisfy the City’s needs.<br />

Additionally, it is important to note that we have been providing these exact services to other municipalities under similar<br />

Continuing Services contract since 1995. These services included the same comprehensive scope of services.<br />

Our Approach to the Services<br />

We have developed our approach to fit the needs of those services which we understand to be a part of the scope for this<br />

solicitation, and which are further described in the “Technical Approach” section of this submittal. This approach begins<br />

with a detailed analysis of the project needs. This review includes, but is not limited to, meetings with the City’s Engineer<br />

of Record and other City officials, to better understand the needs and priorities of all stakeholders.<br />

Moving on to our processes for the administration of continuing services contracts, it is important to note our approach in<br />

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executing the management of our services to the City. We understand this program to be an “on demand” contract, where<br />

the City will request services as projects are released and scheduled. We also understand that adherence to the cost<br />

effectiveness of these services is a very important consideration for the City, a fact that we’ve already begun to reflect in<br />

the scheduling of our resources and allocation of manpower for this program. Having worked extensively on multiple<br />

projects, we are well versed in the practice of cross utilization of personnel when appropriate, all without losing quality or<br />

oversight of design activities.<br />

This simple practice directly results in significant cost savings to our clients, and we commit to providing the City of North<br />

Miami Beach with the same cost savings techniques at every appropriate interval. Additionally, and in the interest of<br />

providing the best possible service to the City, we have committed only the best in terms of personnel, equipment systems,<br />

and other vital resources. This commitment allows us to make a 100% guarantee that we have, and will continue to, assign<br />

our most qualified personnel available to service our community in the multiple number of simultaneous projects the City<br />

commissions to our trust.<br />

Philosophy, Methodology and Process<br />

Possibly the most important component necessary for any firm to succeed in the execution of this program, is the<br />

possession of a high level of empathy toward the community. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> understands and shares the City’s goal of<br />

delivering projects for the benefit of its citizens, while simultaneously controlling quality and costs. We have put into<br />

practice this understanding while executing our previous services to the City, and it is precisely our understanding and<br />

empathy toward the community that has led us to identify several key elements necessary to the success of this program.<br />

They include:<br />

QUALITY of DESIGN: The quality of design translates directly into satisfactory services, durability, and low maintenance<br />

costs. Our engineers and technicians have the necessary skills and direct hands on knowledge that will allow the<br />

application of quality standards on all projects associated with this program.<br />

Our track record reflects consistent enforcement and the achievement of an exceptional level of quality in the design and<br />

construction projects we have delivered to the City.<br />

SAFETY to the COMMUNITY: The safety of anybody entering the construction area is and always will be the team’s top<br />

priority. All personnel proposed for this program have proved mastery of all work zone traffic and construction safety<br />

procedures. This expertise is vital, and will promote a proactive role in avoiding risks to the public, as well as to all workers<br />

involved in the program.<br />

MINIMAL IMPACT to the PUBLIC: The public demands efficient solutions with minimal inconvenience and impact to their<br />

daily lives. Whether it’s our sensitivity to the elderly population, our ability to help minimize disruption to the flow of<br />

traffic, or our strict adherence to all security and safety regulations, we know that the improvements to the community<br />

must take place with the most minimal impact and inconvenience to the public. Balancing the economy and quality of any<br />

public construction project, maintaining safety and security, and minimizing disruptions to public life is a challenge that<br />

should not be left to just any A/E/C team to tackle. We are confident that our personnel have the training and experience<br />

necessary to achieve this balance, and the track record of providing effective solutions under exactly this type of program.<br />

We know that the proper way to address these key elements is through effective Team Work and clear communications…<br />

and we’ve already put into practice this knowledge on past projects throughout the City of North Miami Beach, and for<br />

municipalities across the US and Latin America. Our experience tells us that the success of any project cannot rely on the<br />

individual actions of the designer, CEI Consultant, City’s Representative, or Contractor alone, but on the effective teamwork<br />

approach to the project and in the advance problem solving capabilities that come from an experienced team of<br />

professionals. Only through this joint effort are we able to ensure safety, quality and the timely completion of all projects.<br />

The decision making process must be sound and swift, and <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will build on the already existing working<br />

relationship between our firm, the City, and any additional contractors through open lines of communication, prompt and<br />

candid discussion of challenges, and clear leadership for conflict resolution.<br />

Approach to Scope of Work<br />

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Through our years of experience providing similar services to the City and various public agencies, we have developed a<br />

process that has resulted in excellent results for our clients. The two main ingredients of our process are planning and<br />

communication; and we believe these two ingredients, coupled with our experienced and proactive project management<br />

team, will result in the successful completion of all work assigned to our care.<br />

I. MANAGEMENT APPROACH<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> utilizes a strong management approach on all of its projects. Our project managers are not just involved in<br />

management, but also in the technical issues of the project. This approach provides our clients with the best possible<br />

service.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will take a proactive approach to the management of this contract to assure proper coordination of activities<br />

from all parties involved to accomplish the successful completion of the contract. This contract may require that multiple<br />

work orders or authorizations be performed simultaneously and by different team members and discipline compositions.<br />

Therefore, a well-defined management plan that monitors progress and coordination is of paramount importance.<br />

The main components of the management approach consist of the following issues:<br />

Organizational Structure<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> proposes an organizational structure with clear definition of responsibilities and lines of communication to<br />

successfully manage this program. The organizational structure consists of five major levels:<br />

• Project Manager:<br />

The overall contract will be controlled by the Project Manager. He will be responsible for the overall management of the<br />

project, all internal and external coordination of project issues, and the direct line of contact with the City.<br />

• Quality Assurance Officer:<br />

A Senior Level Project Manager will oversee the QA/QC effort, and will assign the independent reviewers for this<br />

project. The main components of the QC Review are: 1) Engineering design criteria review, including decisions and<br />

commitment made 2) Plans preparation/cross reference review, and 3) Constructability and biddability review. Quality<br />

review of the construction plans will ensure that plans and bid documents are free from errors, omissions, and<br />

misinterpretations.<br />

• Task Managers:<br />

Task Managers consist of a group of seasoned project managers that will be responsible for managing and coordinating<br />

the individual task assignments. The Task Managers are responsible for the day-to-day coordination of each task.<br />

• Support Services:<br />

Support Services consists of a group of professionals well respected in their fields of expertise. This group will assist<br />

the Task Managers in performing their duties. This group will review plans, perform design and make<br />

recommendations in their field of expertise.<br />

Monitoring the Program Schedule<br />

Continuous monitoring of the various project schedules will be performed. The Team is keenly familiar with the process<br />

and requirements of each type of proposed project and the timeframes required to accomplish each task. The Team is well<br />

aware of activities that may not be under the direct control of the City that may cause potential delays. Some of these<br />

activities consist of utility issues, permitting, and city approval. The Team will monitor these activities closely to minimize<br />

unexpected events that could lead to possible delays.<br />

The responsibility for control of the project schedule progress will be monitored by the Project Manager. This schedule<br />

control will be accomplished as follows:<br />

• Weekly contact by Task Managers with Support Service staff and subconsultants to determine project progress and<br />

to identify areas of potential delays or conflicts.<br />

• Bi-weekly meetings of Task Managers with the Project Manager to review each project schedule and define<br />

corrective action, if required. If needed, this meeting will also include the subconsultants involved in the project.<br />

• Monthly meetings will be held with the City to inform and discuss the project status and schedule. Also, this<br />

meeting will serve as an avenue to obtain feedback and direction from the City.<br />

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Coordination<br />

This contract requires extensive coordination with various agencies, subconsultants, utility companies, internal support<br />

services, and the City.<br />

The Consultant services on an “As-Needed” basis will require that the appropriate staff is available to meet the City’s<br />

requests. We have the staff available comprised of local talent to meet these needs.<br />

It is envisioned that as work orders are assigned by the City, the Project Manager will assign the project(s) to one or more of<br />

the Task Managers. The Task Managers will have available to them a large pool of personnel and resources to assign<br />

individual work. Continued coordination between the Project Manager and the Task Managers is a key element to<br />

successfully reach the assigned project goals.<br />

Continuous personalized coordination is paramount on this type of project. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> is well aware of the coordination<br />

efforts required and is committed to excel. Our reputation is that we are a client service oriented firm and “always<br />

available.”<br />

Quality Control<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> management staff is dedicated to<br />

ensure quality production of construction<br />

documents and have inspired all employees to<br />

follow this principle while performing their daily<br />

work activities. The principles of quality assurance<br />

vary little from one technical discipline to another.<br />

These include clarity of scope, thoroughness of<br />

work planning, adherence to schedule, structuring<br />

of project teams, communication, formal checking,<br />

maintenance of records, and other related activities.<br />

At all levels of the different task orders, the above<br />

referenced concept will be expected from the<br />

different disciplines and sub consultants<br />

performing the assigned tasks. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> is solely accountable and responsible for the quality of our design as well as that<br />

of our sub consultants. A Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) Plan will be rigidly enforced by the QA/QC<br />

Manager and overseen by <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>’s Principal to ensure that our design and construction plans conform to project scope<br />

and satisfy all regulatory requirements.<br />

Project Files<br />

A separate file will be maintained for each project assigned to the Team. Each file will contain copies of all general<br />

correspondence, reports, man hour estimates, and meeting minutes. These files will be continuously maintained and<br />

updated throughout the duration of the project.<br />

Maintenance of CADD generated files is equally important as the regular correspondence project files. The Team will<br />

maintain all CADD related information in compliance with an established standard so that it can be delivered to the City at<br />

the end of the project in AutoCAD Format.<br />

Reports<br />

For each project work order assignment, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will prepare monthly reports outlining the status, pending issues, and<br />

schedules. These reports will be made available to the appropriate Task Managers and to the City.<br />

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II. TECHNICAL APPROACH<br />

ARCHITECTURE<br />

Design Philosophy ‘It is a commitment to Client Relationship building and a passion for the Art of Design. We are not<br />

bound by style; instead we draw upon the characteristics that make every project a onetime occurrence and every client an<br />

integral part of that occurrence’. The result is Architecture that enlightens and endures. It is about the creation of<br />

environments that affect us deeply. It is the creation of places that inspires people, bringing hope and happiness to the<br />

world.<br />

Architectural Technical Approach 'How do we get there'<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>’s continuous growth and reputation is based on our rigorous adherence to five planning and design<br />

principles. No matter how small or large a project is, we give our clients the same level of care and attention that they<br />

deserve. Although the above philosophy can be said to be more directed at large commissions, we believe that this also<br />

applies to smaller type projects and the type of engagements that you would normally encounter when you are providing<br />

services under a continuing contract like the one for the City of North Miami Beach. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> believes that the<br />

adherence to the following five planning and design principles is essential in achieving success.<br />

1. Thorough Programming: the preliminary stage by which we help clients fully define their needs and goals before<br />

the design process begins.<br />

2. Outstanding Design: the creative balance of function, cost and aesthetics to produce excellent and often award<br />

winning architecture within the parameters of a responsible and sensitive environmental frame work.<br />

3. Strict Cost Control: the outgoing responsibility of our project architects and on-staff estimators to ensure that each<br />

project remains within its budget.<br />

4. Technical Quality Assurance: Integration of proven state of the art technology into all of our projects and operating<br />

procedures.<br />

5. Responsiveness to Client Needs: Teamwork throughout the design and construction process to ensure timely,<br />

effective delivery of our best client services.<br />

As Architects & Engineers experienced in continuing type contract assignments, we view our role as both designers and<br />

creative facilitators. We believe that successful buildings depend on the expertise of seasoned professionals sharing their<br />

creative skills and experiences no matter how small or large the assignment is. Our goal is to produce responsive ‘Quality<br />

Projects’ in which the client, designers, consultants and contractors can collaborate to define the specific requirements<br />

and priorities of the project, and together develop the best response in the physical form of the building.<br />

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team will be responsible, along with other duties, for managing and coordinating project design and subconsultants,<br />

undertaking project development and plans production duties and addressing project complexity issues.<br />

On any of the City’s proposed projects, it is very important to clearly determine the requirements of the project and the<br />

services to be provided by the <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team and to define the overall scope of services for a give project.<br />

1. Survey<br />

As part of the initial project development, a detailed survey of the project site should be prepared at the accuracy<br />

needed for final design plans. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team will be in charge of creating such detailed survey to meet the<br />

design and requirements of the City. In addition to the survey, aerial photos and existing as-built drawings will be<br />

obtain and reviewed for the project site as applicable to the design and/or scope of services to be provided.<br />

2. Preliminary Design<br />

For the Preliminary Design Phase, an “iterative” research and analysis process of all issues that affect the project<br />

should be followed. These interrelated issues, in conjunction with any value engineering analysis, should be<br />

studied in a multidisciplinary basis before recommendations for the various design elements are finalized. These<br />

issues may include:<br />

• Existing underground utilities.<br />

• Horizontal and vertical geometry and site limitations.<br />

• Best Route Analysis<br />

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• Proposed concepts with the objective of providing simple, constructible and cost effective solutions.<br />

• “Constructability” means that all construction stages and construction schedule must work adequately to<br />

avoid service interruptions.<br />

• Demolition of existing structures and surface restorations<br />

• Overall cost analysis of the final concept in regards to construction. The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team is sensitive to<br />

the fact that maintenance costs are an important consideration in the overall cost analysis of a given<br />

project.<br />

• The Preliminary Design analysis will be reviewed by the Project Manager, QA/QC Manager and the various<br />

project Task Manager together with assigned City staff.<br />

3. Final Design<br />

Upon approval or acceptance of the Preliminary Design Phase Documentation, work commences with the preparation of<br />

final construction plans, specifications and cost estimates.<br />

In developing the final construction plans, we will review the following major milestones: 30% design, 60% design,<br />

90% design and 100% design unless the City’s project development phases dictate otherwise. Much of the 30%<br />

design effort will already have been accomplished in the Preliminary Design Phase Documentation, where we will have<br />

reviewed the design concepts while insuring constructability.<br />

4. Technical Specifications Packages<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team will prepare the technical specifications for the project as needed based upon the construction<br />

aspects/scope of the project and will also assist City’s staff in customizing the front end documents and general<br />

conditions. The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team has extensive experience in preparing complete packages of bid documents for a<br />

variety of project types, etc.<br />

5. Cost Estimating<br />

The Cost Estimate Process provides guidance to the Technical Operations staff for preparing Technical Operations cost<br />

estimates. The process addresses cost estimate types, documentation, reviews and approvals.<br />

Based on standard input and requirements from the assigned City staff, a cost estimate is categorized as one of four<br />

types: Budgetary, Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM), Not to Exceed (NTE), or Proposal. Each type has its own<br />

significant risks, strategic importance, or unique requirements. The Cost Estimate Process involves three phases.<br />

The Planning Phase involves establishing a technical baseline; preparing an internal estimate; identifying the technical<br />

and financial goals; gaining agreement on the estimate type; and holding a kick-off meeting with the ‘project team’ to<br />

review all pertinent data. Afterwards, the Cost Management Lead logs in the cost estimate.<br />

The next phase, Functional Estimating, involves development of the cost estimate with the City’s Project Manager and<br />

the ‘Responsible Individuals’ for the <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team. The City’s Project Manager and the initial Cost Management<br />

Team then review the basis of the estimate and the data are entered into the Cost Database System to obtain cost<br />

accumulation and verification. The final phase, Management Team Review, involves the ‘Responsible Individuals’ (from<br />

both City and the <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team) reviewing the cost estimate and obtaining a sign-off/buy-in.<br />

The Cost Manager then prepares a cost estimate review package for review by the City’s staff. The estimate is also<br />

archived for future reference and use on similar projects for the City, thereby providing the project team with more<br />

consistent estimates.<br />

This proven approach has successfully reduced cost estimate re-generation and review efforts while delivering a more<br />

deliberate, accurate, and robust cost estimate product.<br />

6. Constructability and Biddability Reviews<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team considers Constructability and Biddability Review as a key element in the project to reduce<br />

construction time, additional services requests and claims, while reducing construction cost. As such, we are both<br />

honored and challenged by the opportunity to provide these services to the City.<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team believes a full review of the project requires an interdisciplinary approach that will bring together<br />

a group of professionals with diverse background and experience.<br />

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The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team will study the construction sequence with emphasis in the construction methods that may be<br />

employed by the contractor. The purpose of this study is to detect the need for special equipment or construction<br />

methods that may incur additional costs or delays not originally considered. Consideration will be given to special<br />

methods such as dewatering, underwater work, off hour work, special rigging for heavy loads, access for heavy<br />

equipment, etc. On the other hand, the construction specialist will look for innovative means and solutions available<br />

that may provide more expedient construction, with reduced inconvenience to the public (owners, service providers,<br />

users, visitors, etc).<br />

Another important aspect of the constructability review is the verification of contract time. The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team uses<br />

state of the art techniques to analyze the sequences of construction and eventually establishing of contract time.<br />

Activities are broken down to their minimum tasks, and production rates are used from our extensive database of<br />

construction productivity rates.<br />

7. Sustainability<br />

We are an advocate of sustainability and try to incorporate this approach in our projects. As active member of the<br />

United States Green Building Council (USGBC) our job is to look at sustainable approaches to the projects we are<br />

involved with.<br />

We would like to be part of the team that makes a difference in making the City a more sustainable entity. Our<br />

approach is guided by the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of sustainable<br />

developments. We promote a whole-sustainability approach by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and<br />

environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor<br />

environmental quality.<br />

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING<br />

As prime consultant, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> specializes in all aspects of construction administration and quality control and has<br />

developed a custom designed in-house database to track all construction activities. Experience includes Program<br />

Management, Construction Engineering and Inspections, Constructability Review, Cost and Document Control, and Vertical<br />

Construction among other services. Our staff provides state of the art, cutting edge construction management services to<br />

our clients. Our professionals are proactive, experienced and are industry leaders that meet and surpass our clients' needs<br />

and expectations. All our professionals are capable of successfully working on multi disciplinary teams on behalf of the<br />

owner, the owner's representative, or as extension of staff to either party. We are certified, knowledgeable, and amicable to<br />

our clients in our approach to a quality project. Some of our construction management, engineering, and inspection<br />

capabilities include:<br />

• Claims Analysis<br />

• Review and Mitigation Techniques<br />

• Schedule Analysis, Review and Management<br />

• Cost and Document Control<br />

• Disaster Recovery<br />

• Value Engineering<br />

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• Program Management<br />

• Field Inspection and Observation<br />

• Constructability Reviews and<br />

Recommendations<br />

• Expert Witness Service<br />

The <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Team has extensive experience in continuing services contracts. Through our years of experience providing<br />

CEI services to various agencies, we have developed a process that has resulted in excellent results for our clients. The two<br />

main ingredients for our process are: Planning and Communication. We believe that an experienced and proactive project<br />

management team that takes ownership of the project and looks ahead to plan the work and anticipate the problems that<br />

may arise will always be successful. Equally important is clear and effective communication with the contractor, the City,<br />

the public and other stakeholders. An outline of our CEI services for the administration of construction contracts, for the<br />

inspection of the work and for the quality assurance of the CEI services includes:<br />

• Contract administration<br />

• In-Depth review of contract documents<br />

• Kick-off meetings<br />

• Pre-construction meeting<br />

• Scheduling and submittals<br />

• Daily recording of activities<br />

• Communication Log<br />

• Weekly meetings<br />

• Progress reports<br />

• Final invoice


ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING<br />

Environmental Engineering/Permitting of the potential projects that will be executed will start with the development of an<br />

overall permitting strategy and plan at the kick-off of the project. Through the early definition of all the environmental<br />

issues that may arise from the feasibility phase to the operation and maintenance phase, we will be able to define a clear<br />

schedule, including agency review time and any special environmental studies that may be needed, that allows a realistic<br />

portrayal of the steps needed to complete the project. Knowledgeable staff in the required disciplines will be assigned to<br />

work on the project and support the management efforts.<br />

Hydraulic Analysis/Modeling of the storm water collection system, water transmission/distribution system, and sewage<br />

collection system will be done during this phase using GIS integrated commercial software (such as InfoWater, H2OMap,<br />

StormCAD, WaterCAD, and SewerCAD). As-built information for the piping, fittings, valves, appurtenances, and pumps will<br />

be incorporated. . The hydraulic analysis will be conducted to analyze the capacity of the existing system under average<br />

and peak conditions as well as under transient flow or surge conditions. The hydraulic analysis will also be used for<br />

designing improvements in pipelines, pump stations, and storage facilities that meet the various applicable design criteria.<br />

The alignments of all of the pipelines will be coordinated with the alignment and schedule of roadway construction to<br />

minimize interruptions to traffic and for the ease of future maintenance.<br />

LAND SURVEYING<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>’s project surveyor will work closely with the City’s project manager to develop a full understanding of the scope<br />

of services required. Once this is accomplished <strong>CSA</strong> will take the necessary steps to prepare a fee proposal.<br />

Research will be performed to obtain recorded plats, deeds, certified corner records, as-built surveys, field notes and<br />

drawings etc. some of which might be available from the City or from public records. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will also research from its<br />

own record for reference documents specifically in areas around the City of North Miami Beach as available in our archives<br />

on previously completed projects performed. Horizontal and vertical controls will also be researched through Labins and the<br />

City.<br />

Prior to preparing the fee proposal a site visit will be performed to ensure that conditions on the ground are as expected<br />

and that the scope of services as understood can be performed as planned. This will also help in determining where to<br />

safely and conveniently place control points for performing the work. Digital photographs will be taken particularly in areas<br />

of specific concern.<br />

Once the assignment has been fully researched and the site visit completed, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will prepare a man-hour estimate<br />

by applying our contract rates for submittal to the City for its review and consideration. Once our fee proposal has been<br />

approved and we are given the notice to proceed, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will prepare an in house work order for both field and office<br />

tasks associated with the project. This will be used to track the progress and budget for the project. Staff will be assigned<br />

to the project equipped with all necessary researched documentations, tools and equipment along with technical and<br />

supervisory support throughout the duration of the project. This project will be monitored on a daily basis to determine<br />

progress and to address any specific issue associated. A weekly meeting will be held to determine milestone as well as<br />

making adjustments to schedules.<br />

All maps, surveys and legal descriptions will be prepared under the direction of a Licensed Florida Professional Surveyor<br />

and Mapper (PSM) actively Registered and in good standing with The State of Florida. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> have successfully<br />

completed numerous surveying projects in the State of Florida form Mean High Water Survey, Boundary Survey, Right of<br />

Way Control Survey, Right of Way Mapping, Geodetic Surveying, Hydrographic Surveying, Drainage Surveying, Construction<br />

Layout and As-Built surveys to name a few.<br />

Approach to Recover Historic Baseline<br />

The accurate retracement of the Historic Baseline is probably the single most important factor in any successful alignment<br />

project. It’s the very foundation for all the calculations and mapping to follow. In a court of law, it can be prima facie<br />

evidence of how the lands were originally acquired for the corridor. The importance of accurately retracing this line cannot<br />

be overstated. Our approach to this task begins with obtaining as much historic data as is available. This research shall<br />

include careful inspection of all available public records, including deeds, plats certified corner records, section and<br />

township maps, surveys performed by local surveyors, original and existing Right of Way Maps, any original Government<br />

field notes and even construction plans, if available, can be useful as they often include baseline reference points and ties<br />

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to proposed improvements such as bridge piers, storm inlets, etc. This information will also be beneficial to the field<br />

surveying aspect as well. Before the alignment crew is dispatched, the Project Surveyor will mark up the existing maps and<br />

plats for use in reconnaissance. The initial field work begins with a careful search for section corners, subdivision corners,<br />

block corners, lot corners, Right of Way monumentation and any other elements that will provide evidence of the historic<br />

baseline. After all key evidence have been recovered and the data collected, a trial alignment is computed and search<br />

coordinates generated for the elements of the alignment not recovered in the initial search. Points that were not recovered<br />

will be reestablished. All points set or referenced to the historic baseline will be based on accurate surveying evidence.<br />

Side streets alignments, stationing and deflection angles will be depicted. A calculation report will be made available and<br />

submitted. It is also important to note that all surveying work will be referenced to Florida State Plane Coordinate System<br />

using North American Datum 1983/1990 (NAD 83/90). All sectional corners set will be followed by the submittal of<br />

certified corner records of its replacement.<br />

Topographic Survey<br />

If a Topographic survey is needed by the City our team will need to know the limits and to the extent for its purpose so as<br />

to determine the type of method to be deployed in obtaining the information in order to obtain the proper amount of data.<br />

Upon performing any assignment our equipment are always calibrated to reduce errors. Benchmarks are independently<br />

verified by closed bench level circuits between at least two published benchmarks. It is also important that a check to back<br />

sight be made on a regular basis when using total stations to ensure the instrument has not been disturbed. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

utilizes the latest technology when performing topographic surveys. Depending on the conditions, we can use Robotic<br />

instrumentation, GPS, 3D Laser Scanner, EFB, CEFB or TDS Data Collection to complete these surveys. With the use of<br />

this equipment we are able to complete very large areas in a relatively short time. With the use of Microstation, AutoCAD<br />

and CAiCE, we can provide Digital Terrain Models at any specified contour interval, as well as a two dimensional drawings<br />

with profile views if needed. The information collected in the field, since it is collected digitally, is immediately<br />

downloaded into a database. This method minimizes any “human” error, and has proven to be an incredible time saver as<br />

the information is almost immediately available to the CADD technician working on the project.<br />

Boundary Survey<br />

We consider Florida’s Minimum Standards (MTS) for land surveys to be just minimum. Surveyors are held to a standard of<br />

care that is exercised by other prudent surveyors and cannot just take comfort that they have followed the MTS only. All<br />

monuments that are found must be proven or disproven and all monuments that are set must be substantiated by suitable<br />

evidence.<br />

The most critical element in performing a boundary survey is the initial research of the property along with the extensive<br />

review of any matters of record which affect the property that are reflected in a title report or commitment. A clear and<br />

correct legal description must be calculated and written to reflect the boundary. The legal description should also be<br />

checked against any adjoining properties to insure that there are no “gaps” or “overlaps” which may affect the subject<br />

properties. Once the legal description has been created/verified, the field crew will be dispatched in order to locate any<br />

sectionalized land corners or other corners that have been referenced to the legal description. If the corners are found a<br />

field traverse is completed around the property. Once adjusted and checked for accuracy, the traverse is used to find, set or<br />

re-set any corners along the boundary of the subject property. If the corners are not found then additional field work is<br />

performed in order to gather sectional information needed in the re-establishment of lost or obliterated corners.<br />

The final phase of the boundary survey is to locate any improvements as specified by the client and prepare a sketch of<br />

survey depicting the results. All completed surveys are then checked for errors and MTS compliances<br />

Horizontal Control<br />

Geodetic Control / Project Network Control (PNC) - Once the project limits have been determined, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> will establish<br />

Primary Network Control within the project limits, outside the area of anticipated construction and for all practical purposes<br />

tied to at least four published monuments (with Florida State Plane (East Zone) Coordinate System North American Datum<br />

1983/90, readjustment (NAD 83/90), using GPS Fast Static and Hector the Vector processing and adjustment software.<br />

For all practical purposes these control points will be set at 1000 foot intervals since they will also be used as benchmarks<br />

and they will be inter-visible between each other as well as staggered along the alignment of the project to assure strong<br />

geometry. The control points will be poured concrete monuments set flush in the ground having a minimum depth of 18”<br />

with a diameter of 8” and consisting of a steel rod for the purpose of magnetic location. Secondary control points will be<br />

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of a less permanent nature placed as needed between the Primary control points for the purpose of topographic locations.<br />

A three wire bench level will be performed on these control points and closed into at least two known bench marks<br />

referenced to the North American Vertical Datum (NAVD) 1988 or National Geodetic Vertical Datum (NGVD) of 1929 if<br />

specifically requested by client. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> can provide a Network Control Sheet showing all Primary and Secondary Points<br />

and Baseline data including Control point names with easting, northing, scale factor, latitude, longitude, station, offsets to<br />

baseline and elevation if required.<br />

Drainage Survey<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> on just one FDOT project had located over 520 Drainage Structures to include securing elevations as well as<br />

Latitude and Longitude on each Drainage Structure by means of GPS RTK method as well as conventional means as<br />

deemed necessary. The survey of each structure included the obtaining of rim elevations, the inside dimensions and<br />

bottom elevations of the main structure, diameter, inverts and direction of pipes entering and or leaving the structure as<br />

well as connectivity of structures. While in the field these structures were opened in order to obtain interior measurements<br />

of box, size and type pipes, inverts of pipes as well as electronic photographs taken to depict the same. Specific or peculiar<br />

condition of any structure was noted for the purpose of adding to a report matrix. In order to minimize costs and delays<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> sent a field technician ahead of time to identify each structure to determine to what extent if any, each<br />

structure is filled with debris that might ultimately prevent the survey crew from obtaining elevations and other relevant<br />

details within the structure. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> also investigated whether the structures were filled with water and determine if the<br />

size or configuration of the structures were of such that it would require the use divers to obtain required internal<br />

information. Information obtained in the field were computed and presented on required spreadsheet to include the<br />

following: Structure Number, Section Township and Range, Quad Sheet, Latitude and Longitude, Easting and Northing,<br />

Structure Type, Rim Elevation (@ ep) (Curb Inlet)/ Center of grate elevation (catch basin) / center of cover (manhole), Invert<br />

Elevation, Bottom of Structure Elevation, Top of Pipe Elevation, Top of Meter Elevation, Pipe Size and Material, Picture,<br />

Maintenance Condition, Comments to include location of shot as well as structure size and any miscellaneous comments.<br />

Preparation of CADD file (Micro Station DGN) containing all surveyed drainage structures to include connectivity between<br />

structures, type of structures as well as any pertinent attribute based on scope of services. Horizontal Control were based<br />

on the State Plane Coordinate System for the East Zone of Florida, North American Datum of 1983/1990 Adjustment.<br />

Vertical Control will be referenced to NGVD 1929. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> has extensive history of providing these types of services and<br />

feels confident that the City will be very satisfied with our services.<br />

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ARCHITECT - ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS<br />

PART I - CONTRACT-SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS<br />

A. CONTRACT INFORMATION<br />

1. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CONTINUING CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, City of North Miami Beach, FL<br />

2. PUBLIC NOTICE DATE<br />

May 11, 2012<br />

3. SOLICITATION OR PROJECT NUMBER<br />

RFQ No. 2012-10<br />

B. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER POINT OF CONTACT<br />

4. NAME AND TITLE<br />

Carlos Mallol, P.E. – Principal-in-Charge<br />

5. NAME OF FIRM<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

6. TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 461-5484<br />

(Check)<br />

7. FAX NUMBER<br />

(305) 461-5494<br />

8. E-MAIL ADDRESS<br />

cmallol@csagroup.com<br />

C. PROPOSED TEAM<br />

(Complete this section for the prime contractor and all key subcontractors.)<br />

PRIME<br />

J-V PARTNER<br />

SUBCON-<br />

TRACTOR<br />

9. FIRM NAME 10. ADDRESS 11. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (registered as<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc.)<br />

CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE<br />

F.R. Aleman & Associates,<br />

Inc.<br />

6100 Blue Lagoon Drive<br />

Suite 300<br />

Miami, Florida 33126<br />

10305 NW 41 Street,<br />

Suite 200, Miami, FL<br />

33178<br />

Architecture<br />

Civil Engineering<br />

Construction Inspection<br />

Construction Management<br />

Environmental Engineering<br />

Land Surveying<br />

Transportation Engineering<br />

Transportation Engineering - Traffic and<br />

Utilities Engineering<br />

c.<br />

CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE<br />

Keith & Associates, Inc.<br />

CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE<br />

7145 Southwest 42nd<br />

Terrace, Miami, FL<br />

33155<br />

Transportation Engineering - Utilties<br />

Engineering<br />

d.<br />

CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE<br />

e.<br />

CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE<br />

D. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF PROPOSED TEAM (Attached)<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART<br />

ARCHITECTURE<br />

Cesar Becerra, R.A.<br />

Eduardo Juarez, R.A.<br />

Tony Moreno<br />

Salvador Frias<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

CIVIL ENGINEERING<br />

John England, P.E.<br />

Juan Villar, P.E.<br />

Juan C. Muniz, P.E.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

CITY OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH<br />

Project Manager<br />

PRINCIPAL-IN-CHARGE<br />

Carlos Mallol, DBA, P.E.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

QA/QC<br />

Andres Garganta, P.E.<br />

Ray Vera, R.A.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

PROJECT MANAGER<br />

Evelio Chavez, P.E.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT /<br />

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION<br />

Mauricio Arze, P.E.<br />

Peter J. Medico, P.E.<br />

Simon A. Gutierrez de Pineres, P.E.<br />

Cary S. Rea<br />

Marina Gershanovich<br />

Sharon Singh<br />

Mohammad Besharat<br />

Hans Erie<br />

Henry Olano<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING /<br />

PERMITTING<br />

Roberto Leon, P.E.<br />

Wilson Ortiz, P.E.<br />

Agnes Ayuso<br />

Nicholas Ladomirak, P.E.<br />

Freddie Roman, P.E., LEED® AP<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

LAND SURVEYING<br />

Selvin Bruce, PSM<br />

Darryl Hauser, PSM<br />

Jorge A. Munoz<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING<br />

Carlos Sarasquesta, P.E.<br />

Alfredo Reyna, P.E.<br />

Edgar Ezpinoza, E.I.<br />

Wilfredo Rodriguez, Ph.D.<br />

Charles Newton<br />

Natalie Garganta, E.I.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

Amazia Kiboko, P.E., PTOE<br />

Jim Gu, P.E., PTOE<br />

Aish Raghavan, E.I.<br />

F.R. Aleman & Associates<br />

Daniel Checchia<br />

Joseph Kupkovich<br />

Keith & Associates<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

CARLOS MALLOL, P.E., D.B.A.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Principal-in-Charge<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

28<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

15<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION<br />

Doctor of Business Administration, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

FL, 2003<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida PE No.<br />

M.S. in Engineering Management, University of Missouri, Rolla, 1982<br />

36122<br />

B.S. in Architecture, National University of La Plata, Argentina, 1979<br />

B.S. in Civil Engineering, National Technological University, Argentina, 1978<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual - Spanish<br />

Certified Bridge Inspector, National Highway Institute<br />

Project Management Professional, Project Management Institute, No. 10427<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami Construction Engineering and Observation<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CEI - Multiple road resurfacing and reconstruction projects, speed abatement, drainage improvements, etc.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Jewfish Creek Bridge<br />

Monroe County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Principal-in-Charge, The project involved the replacement of the Jewfish Creek Bridge to Key Largo in Monroe County,<br />

along with the entire stretch of road north to Florida City. Consul-Tech is responsible for construction compliance with<br />

the extensive environmental permits for the project, as well as providing document control and contract support (CEI).<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Master Consultant for FEMA-funded Infrastructure Repair Program,<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Principal-in-Charge, Overall Program Management, including development of administrative procedures, engineering<br />

standards, procurement, administration, engineering design and construction engineering and inspection of drainage<br />

system construction, road restoration, drainage cleaning.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Coliseo de Puerto Rico<br />

San Juan, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Principal-in-Charge, Take over defaulted contractor. Construction administration, construction engineering and<br />

inspection, quality control and building commissioning. Project involved the construction of a 22,000-seat cover<br />

multi-user sports arena.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami Intermodal Center/Miami International Airport Interchange,<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Principal-in-Charge, Reconstructing the existing Central Boulevard and LeJeune Road intersection. Services include<br />

master planning of the LeJeune Road corridor reconstruction phasing and the detailed Traffic Control Plans for Central<br />

Boulevard and LeJeune Road.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

EVELIO CHAVEZ, P.E.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Project Manager<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, Florida International University, 1985<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control, Expire 2013<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami Civil Engineering for Roadway Projects<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

27<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

15<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 47558<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for complete planning, design, programming, pavement analysis, surveying, geotechnical, options<br />

evaluations, public meetings, detailed assessments and recommendations, cost estimation, opinions of probable<br />

construction costs, quality control reviews, field investigations, observations, post design services, construction<br />

administration and other related services as need to complete projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist the Department in preparing a set of contract plans to be used by a selected contractor and<br />

include project elements for roadway design, signing and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and<br />

right-of-way services for the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Sweetwater Improvements<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for improvements to the street system to include milling and resurfacing, sidewalk replacement and<br />

ADA compliance. Design services include roadway design, drainage, signing and pavement markings, signalization,<br />

lighting, landscaping and right-of-way.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami General Engineering Consultant<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist the City of Miami with a city-wide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the<br />

production of numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FEMA-DORM<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist in the management of a $380 Million program for the replacement and upgrade of roadways<br />

and drainage systems at over 3,000 sites damaged during Hurricane Irene and the No-Name Storm. The repairs<br />

ranged from simple roadway resurfacing to full roadway reconstruction and drainage improvements.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

ANDRES GARGANTA, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

QA/QC - Engineering<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Miami, 1976<br />

A.S. Arts, Miami-Dade Community College, 1974<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control, Exp. 3/3/2013<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

37<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

23<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 23697<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FDOT General Engineering Consultant # 1<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist FDOT with a districtwide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the<br />

production of numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist the Department in preparing a set of contract plans to be used by a selected contractor and<br />

include project elements for roadway design, signing and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and<br />

right-of-way services for the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Sweetwater Improvements<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for improvements to the street system of the City of Sweetwater including milling and resurfacing,<br />

sidewalk replacement and ADA compliance. Design services include roadway design, drainage, signing and pavement<br />

markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and right-of-way.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami General Engineering Consultant<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist the City of Miami with a city-wide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the<br />

production of numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FEMA-DORM (DERM)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist with the management of a $380 Million program for the replacement and upgrade of<br />

roadways and drainage systems at over 3,000 sites, damaged during Hurricane Irene and the No-Name Storm. The<br />

repairs ranged from simple roadway resurfacing to full roadway reconstruction and drainage improvements.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

REINALDO (RAY) VERA, R.A.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

QA/QC - Architecture<br />

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Florida - 1972<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

37<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

4<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Registered Architect, Florida, No. AR007721<br />

Ray Vera is a recognized professional with international reputation in design of educational facilities, commercial and<br />

institutional projects. His 37 years of experience have been dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in design and<br />

construction with a keen sense of financial responsibility. His designs have received awards for excellence in design from<br />

the American Institute of Architects.<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miramar Readiness Center<br />

Miramar, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Est. 2013<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

This new two story building consists of offices, classrooms, and training rooms zoned for five military units at the<br />

company level. There are several shared spaces in the program, one of which is a forty foot high assembly hall<br />

designed to accommodate the entire battalion. The first floor consists of a two story height lobby with a grand staircase<br />

opening into the Assembly Hall served by a commercial kitchen. Adjacent to the main entry are administrative spaces<br />

for the active duty personnel. There are platoon training rooms equipped with lockers to store personal gear. There are<br />

three weapons vaults to store and distribute arms each served by a loading dock to bring in equipment, a weapon’s<br />

simulator room to practice marksmanship, a gym with lockers and showers, and a music recital and practice rooms for<br />

the “Band Company”. The second floor consists of classrooms and administrative areas for each company with their<br />

own open clerical areas and private offices. Additional offices for the active duty personnel, including the battalion<br />

commander, are located on the second floor. Specific Role: Principal-in-Charge.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

West Campus Administration Offices and Classroom Remodeling,<br />

Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2007<br />

The project consisted of retrofitting an existing multi use (business/industrial) building purchased by Miami Dade<br />

College for educational purposes. The building also required extensive life safety upgrades and other improvements to<br />

comply with current Florida Building code requirements. Specific Role: QA/QC<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

KC Wright Building Lobby Remodeling/Renovation<br />

School Board of Broward County, Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

c.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Provide & install new storefront doors/ window w/ associated ADA hardware. Construct and install custom millwork for<br />

new security desk. Provide electrical systems infrastructure to operate equipment associated w/ desk. Patch / Repair &<br />

polish existing marble floor. Repair and provide new gypsum board @ lobby walls where required. Provide new paint at<br />

lobby atrium walls. Provide wall blocking for mounting of two new 61" plasma TV's. Provide electrical system<br />

infrastructure to operate TV's. Provide new recessed and pendant lighting @ atrium ceiling. Specific Role: QA/QC<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.6


d.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Driftwood Middle School, Additions, Remodeling & Renovations,<br />

School Board of Broward County<br />

Hollywood, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N/A<br />

Project consists of demolition of Building 1, including foundations to accommodate new program requirements,<br />

placement of new (one-story) administration building including new computer lab and support spaces. Remodel and<br />

expand bldg. 12. Re-design of existing parking. 51,324 sq. ft. Construction Cost $8,934,012. Specific Role: QA/QC<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Total Program Management for Class Size Reduction Program<br />

School Board of Broward County<br />

Broward County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006-2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

e.<br />

f.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Design, bid, and construction of 21 new 1, 2, & 3-story classroom buildings at multiple locations throughout the<br />

school district and totaling over $14 million. All schools provided a constricted site within an existing campus facility.<br />

The site required strict phasing to ensure the safety of students and reduce the interruption of the existing facility.<br />

The new buildings were planned using a tilt-up construction method, ensuring the project remained on time and<br />

within budget. All projects were completed in less than 12 months. Specific Role: QA/QC<br />

1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Continuing Services Contracts<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Varies<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Varies<br />

Professional A/E services for this continuing contract include a spectrum of projects ranging from school renovations to<br />

construction management; from safety-to-life issues to capital addition projects; from district-wide roof consulting<br />

services to code compliance issues. These projects consisted of the additions, remodeling & modernizations of<br />

multiple facilities throughout the MDCPS school district including, but not limited to new media centers, classroom<br />

additions, art, music, gymnasium, and other similar type buildings. Specific Role: QA/QC<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.7


ARCHITECTURE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.8


12. NAME<br />

CESAR BECERRA, R.A.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>, Miami, Florida<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Project Architect<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. in Architecture, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,<br />

Louisiana, 1971<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

38<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

12<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Registered Architect, Florida<br />

As an architect and associate, Mr. Becerra has attained extensive experience in both public & private sectors throughout<br />

South Florida. With over 500 different projects totaling over $200 million in design & construction administration, Mr.<br />

Becerra’s knowledge of all state requirements are both complete and precise. Services provided for clients such as Miami-<br />

Dade Fire Rescue Department, Miami-Dade Aviation Department, The School Board of Broward County, and Miami-Dade<br />

County Public Schools include: Project Management; Construction Management; Quality Control and Quality Assurance;<br />

Development and Production of Construction Documents from Schematics to Construction Phase; and Coordination and<br />

Organization with Professional Consultants.<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami International Airport (MIA) Terminal Security<br />

Miami Dade County Aviation Department, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

a.<br />

MIA Terminal Security 5 year contract - $30 million in construction cost. Scope of work includes scope of work<br />

includes program verification, schematic design, design development, construction documents, bidding and award and<br />

construction documents. The project components encompass: Screen Enclosure for Screening Checkpoints, Closed-<br />

Circuit Television (CCTV) Camera Equipment at various locations, Facilities Hardening, Additional Security Rooms,<br />

Access Control Additional Devices, Fuel Storage Facility Access Control as well as design services for Architectural,<br />

Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Telecommunications and other services for terminal, landslide and associated<br />

structures security projects at MIA. Other duties include investigating, reporting, coordinating, and furnishing plans,<br />

specification, contract documents and providing contract administration. Specific Role: Project Manager.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miramar Readiness Center<br />

Miramar, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2013<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

This new two story building consists of offices, classrooms, and training rooms zoned for five military units at the<br />

company level. There are several shared spaces in the program, one of which is a forty foot high assembly hall<br />

designed to accommodate the entire battalion. The first floor consists of a two story height lobby with a grand staircase<br />

opening into the Assembly Hall served by a commercial kitchen. Adjacent to the main entry are administrative spaces<br />

for the active duty personnel. There are platoon training rooms equipped with lockers to store personal gear. There are<br />

three weapons vaults to store and distribute arms each served by a loading dock to bring in equipment, a weapon’s<br />

simulator room to practice marksmanship, a gym with lockers and showers, and a music recital and practice rooms for<br />

the “Band Company”. The second floor consists of classrooms and administrative areas for each company with their<br />

own open clerical areas and private offices. Additional offices for the active duty personnel, including the battalion<br />

commander, are located on the second floor. Specific Role: Project Architect.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Highland Oaks Middle Relief<br />

Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2003<br />

Transform an existing 40,000 S.F. abandoned K-Mart store into a new relief middle school. Innovative design was the<br />

guiding principal of the newly renovated facility that now houses the Arts Program for Highland Oaks Middle School.<br />

Project Cost: $10 million. Specific Role: Project Architect<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.9


d.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Palmetto Senior Gymnasium<br />

Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2005<br />

Design of a new 22,000 SF state of the art gymnasium and the remodeling of the existing 26,000 SF gymnasium into<br />

a two story classroom building as well as additional fitness support areas. The remodeling also included new locker<br />

rooms as well as a new weight room, aerobics room, wrestling room, multi-purpose room, lobby, and reception area.<br />

Project Cost: $8 million. Specific Role: Project Architect<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Continuing Contract Services, Florida International University<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

e.<br />

f.<br />

g.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Architect - Professional A/E services for the continuing contract include a spectrum of projects ranging from<br />

school renovations to construction management; from safety to life issues to capital addition projects; from district<br />

wide roof consulting services to code compliance issues.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Continuing Contract Services<br />

Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Varies<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Project Architect - Professional A/E services for the continuing contract include a spectrum of projects ranging from<br />

school renovations to construction management; from safety to life issues to capital addition projects; from district<br />

wide roof consulting services to code compliance issues.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

David Lawrence, Jr., K-8, State School “QQ1”<br />

Miami Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

The project contains a new 60,000 sq. ft. building addition containing classrooms, administrative offices, art and<br />

music spaces, media center, special and misc. support spaces.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.10


E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

12. NAME<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

EDUARDO JUAREZ, R.A. Project Architect<br />

16<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>, Miami, Florida<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. in Architecture, National University of Nicaragua - 1984<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

3<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Registered Architect, Florida, No. AR95139<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

As a Project Manager, Mr. Juarez is familiar with all phases of project delivery from pre-schematics through project<br />

closeout. He has worked as Project Designer, Planner, Project Manager, Architect, and Construction Representative on<br />

various Educational, Institutional, and Commercial projects in South Florida. Mr. Juarez also conducts Uniform Building<br />

Code Inspections for educational facilities, housing, and commercial projects.<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Fire Safety Program/ M-DCPS School Projects<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

200-2001<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

M-DCPS Fire Safety Program, remodeling and renovation of various existing schools. Construction cost approximately<br />

$50 million for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Responsibilities: Uniform Building Code Inspector, Field<br />

Inspections to comply with SREF-99. Specific Role: Uniform Building Code Inspector.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Margate Middle School – School Board of Broward County<br />

Margate, Broward County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005-2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

New construction building, Single Story Multi-purpose and Dining/Kitchen Building, and parking lot. Construction cost<br />

approximately $5.3 million for Broward County School Board. Responsibilities: Architectural design from owner’s<br />

project program, Coordination with MEP, Structural engineer, Overview Development and completion of Phase I, and<br />

Phase II Construction Documents in progress. Specific Role: Project Manager<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hialeah Elementary School<br />

Hialeah, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2004-2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

New addition and remodeling of existing building, Two Story Classrooms, Media Center and Labs Building, and parking<br />

lot. Construction cost approximately $4.5 million for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Responsibilities:<br />

Architectural design from approved Phase I, Coordination with MEP, Structural engineer, Contractor and Owners Rep.<br />

Overview and check/revise Development and completion of construction documents, respond to Building Reviews,<br />

assist in Construction phase and check Shop Drawings and any additional field construction adjustment. Specific Role:<br />

Project Manager/ Assist in Construction Administration<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

State School “QQ-1”, K-8 School<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003-2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

New construction, Kindergarten through 8th grade School = Three Story Classroom Building, Media Center,<br />

Cafetorium, Kitchen, Stage and Exterior areas like Court yard, Basketball courts and parking lots. Construction cost<br />

approximately $28 million for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Responsibilities: Architectural design from<br />

approved phase I, Coordination with MEP, Structural engineer, Contractor and Owners Rep. Overview and check/revise<br />

Development and completion of construction documents, respond to Building Reviews, assist in Construction phase<br />

and check Shop Drawings and any additional field construction adjustment. Specific Role: Project Manager<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.11


e.<br />

f.<br />

g.<br />

h.<br />

i.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Modular Classroom Buildings<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005-2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

New construction building (36, 24 and 12 classrooms), Three, two and single story Classrooms, Laboratory Building.<br />

Construction cost approximately $6 million for Broward County School Board. Responsibilities: Architectural design<br />

from owner’s project program, Coordination with MEP, Contractor and Owners Rep. Overview and check/revise<br />

Development and completion of construction documents, assist in Construction phase and any additional field<br />

construction adjustment. Specific Role: Project Manager<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Key Biscayne Elementary Classroom Buildings<br />

Key Biscayne, Florida<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2001–2002<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

New construction building, three story Classrooms and Laboratory Building. Construction cost approximately $7 million<br />

for Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Responsibilities: Architectural design from owner’s project program,<br />

Coordination with MEP and Structural engineer, check/revise Development and completion of phase I Design Criteria<br />

documents. Specific Role: Project Architect<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miramar Readiness Center<br />

Miramar, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2011<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

This new two story building consists of offices, classrooms, and training rooms zoned for five military units at the<br />

company level. There are several shared spaces in the program, one of which is a forty foot high assembly hall<br />

designed to accommodate the entire battalion. The first floor consists of a two story height lobby with a grand staircase<br />

opening into the Assembly Hall served by a commercial kitchen. Adjacent to the main entry are administrative spaces<br />

for the active duty personnel. There are platoon training rooms equipped with lockers to store personal gear. There are<br />

three weapons vaults to store and distribute arms each served by a loading dock to bring in equipment, a weapon’s<br />

simulator room to practice marksmanship, a gym with lockers and showers, and a music recital and practice rooms for<br />

the “Band Company”. The second floor consists of classrooms and administrative areas for each company with their<br />

own open clerical areas and private offices. Additional offices for the active duty personnel, including the battalion<br />

commander, are located on the second floor. Specific Role: Project Architect<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami Dade County Public Schools – Highland Oaks Middle Relief<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2003<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Transform an existing 40,000 S.F. abandoned K-Mart store into a new relief middle school. Innovative design was the<br />

guiding principal of the newly renovated facility that now houses the Arts Program for Highland Oaks Middle School.<br />

Project Cost: $10 million. Specific Role: Project Architect<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami Dade County Public Schools – Palmetto Senior Gymnasium<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2005<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Design of a new 22,000 SF state of the art gymnasium and the remodeling of the existing 26,000 SF gymnasium into<br />

a two story classroom building as well as additional fitness support areas. The remodeling also included new locker<br />

rooms as well as a new weight room, aerobics room, wrestling room, multipurpose room, lobby and reception area.<br />

Project Cost: $8 million. Specific Role: Project Architect<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.12


12. NAME<br />

ANTONIO MORENO<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>, Miami, Florida<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Project Designer<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

Bachelor of Architecture, School of Architecture, University of Florida, 1987<br />

Architecture, School of Architecture / Construction Administration, Florida<br />

International University, 2003-2004<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

25<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

4<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION<br />

(STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

Mr. Moreno has over 20 years experience in the architecture design field. His experience includes both domestic and<br />

international projects comprised of a variety of building types including large and small scale develpments. His skills<br />

include a wide spectrum of capabilities, from design development to production documents and construction<br />

administration. Mr. Moreno is experienced in highly sensitive government projects requiring special security clearance; on<br />

projects such as United States Embassy, and the development of the new Federal courthouse in Washington D.C.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

M- DCPS, Miami Springs Senior High School Renovation<br />

Miami Springs, FL<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2011<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Architect - A/E services to address life safety deficiencies. The project involved M-DCPS, BCC and CM@Risk Contractor<br />

and had two phases. Phase 1 involved the confirmation and recommendations required to resolve the noted<br />

deficiencies - ADA upgrades, etc. Phase 2 involved the construction documents as well as construction administration.<br />

$1M.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SBBC, Northeast High School Full Phased Replacement - Phase I<br />

Oakland Park, Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N/A<br />

Architect - Design of full phased replacement facility, located on an existing 52 acre campus site. Phase 1 includes<br />

the development of the first of 6 buildings scheduled to house the Art, Design and Architecture Academy. Designed to<br />

conform to principles of sustainability, the building contains a total of 75,000 square feet on four floors. $65M<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SBBC, Western High School Classroom and Science Labs<br />

Davie, Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N/A<br />

Architect - 3-story, 30 classroom building, one-story 6 classroom Science Building, one-story Mini-Gym/ Multi-purpose<br />

Bldg., Kitchen/Food Court, 12 ADA Restroom Remodeling, basketball courts & tennis courts. Total building: 45,459<br />

SF - administration area, teacher planning areas, conference rooms, classrooms & MEP System Rooms. $25M.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Classroom and Academy Addition at Palm Beach Lakes High School<br />

Palm Beach, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

Architect – New 55,000 SF, two-story building containing 27 General and ESE Classrooms, three Bio-Tech Labs and<br />

one “State of the Art” Distant Learning Center. Includes the renovation and remodeling of the existing spaces related<br />

to the Early Childhood Education & Health Education Programs. Project responds to extreme site limitations. $10.5M.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Murrell Dobbins High School, School District of Philadelphia<br />

Philadelphia, PA<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N/A<br />

Architect - Design of new 42,000 SF gymnasium addition to a 8-story historical high school building. Complete<br />

remodeling of all the infrastructure and interior upgrade and re-configuration. $42M.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

SALVADOR FRIAS<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>, Miami, Florida<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Construction Administration<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. In Architecture, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City,<br />

Mexico, 1979<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

30<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

12<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Mexico - Architect<br />

Mr. Frias has been involved as Project Manager and Project Architect in several A/E Professional Service contracts with<br />

Universities, Colleges and School Districts in South Florida. Some of his fields of expertise are: Construction Methods;<br />

Roofing Systems; Roofing Evaluations; and Construction Drawings.<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hospitality Building Roofing Consultant Services<br />

Florida International University, Miami, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Evaluated the existing roof conditions and recommend alternative solutions from total replacement to remedial repairs<br />

for the Hospitality School Building. A portion of this facility was damaged by Hurricane Wilma and was granted<br />

funding by FEMA. <strong>CSA</strong>’S goals were as follow: Maximize the value of the capital investment; Assure a long-term<br />

roofing solution; and Assure no interruptions to the operation of the Building which was fully occupied. <strong>CSA</strong> developed<br />

a comprehensive plan and investigations of the roof assembly, moisture surveys, analysis of previous warranties, as<br />

built plans, leaks reports, core testing. Financial analysis of multiple roofing options, value engineering and project<br />

phasing were developed to assure the continued use of the facility during construction. Specific Role: Construction<br />

Administrator.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Schools – Continuing A/E/PC Contract<br />

Miami, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Over 10 years of continual services throughout the district including extensive roof consulting, DCP, and continuing<br />

contract services as well as capital construction projects, new school facilities, and major addition & renovation<br />

projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport, Roof Replacement for<br />

Terminals 2 & 3, and Roof Repairs for Terminal 4<br />

Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

c.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> developed a comprehensive plan to respond to the county’s goals. This plan involved investigations which<br />

included moisture surveys, analysis of previous warranties, as built plans, leaks reports, core testing. Financial analysis<br />

of multiple roofing options, value engineering and a phasing plan were developed to assure the continued use of the<br />

facility during construction. Of special importance was <strong>CSA</strong>’s recommendation that included the establishment of a<br />

20-year maintenance program to guarantee the expected long life of the new roofs after installation. Together, we<br />

addressed schedule issues, ensuring a smooth construction process with 0% interruptions to the facilities activities.<br />

The Bid was under the construction budget and scheduled for completion in 2009. Specific Role: Project Manager<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Continuing Contract (Roofing Consultant Services)<br />

City of Miami Beach, Miami Beach, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2000<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2000<br />

d.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>, as the architectural roofing consultant, completed the roof replacement project at the Miami Beach<br />

Convention Center & Jackie Gleason Theater for the Performing Arts in Miami Beach, Florida. The project, a<br />

combination of two highly visible public facilities, consisted of approximately one (1) million square feet of roof. For<br />

years the roofs had slowly deteriorated due to water intrusion into the roof insulation through expansion cracks in high<br />

parapet walls exposed to high wind pressures and a disturbing condition of a double layer roofing system in place since<br />

the original construction. Over time, the “double layer roof” accumulated pockets of water, which promoted damaging<br />

moisture related issues. In addition, through the years, remedial maintenance had been performed including post<br />

Hurricane Andrew repairs. Specific Role: Construction Administrator<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

United States Postal Service, Statewide projects for the United<br />

States Postal Service - Atlantic Branch Post Office<br />

Pompano Beach, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Provide professional roofing services which included:<br />

• Preliminary assessment of the facility to determine scope of work<br />

• Design development to generate plans and specifications to replace existing roofing system.<br />

• Scope of work generated included:<br />

- Removing old single ply roof system down to the existing insulation substrate.<br />

- Removing old standing seam metal roof panels clean and prepare for new work.<br />

- Installing new two ply SBS modified roof system, torch apply new SBS cap sheet.<br />

- Installing new standing seam metal roof system over smooth peel & stick membrane.<br />

Specific Role: Project Manager.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

EDITH CALZADILLA, RA, AIA, NCARB, CDT, CSI<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Architect / Landscape Architect<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

MA, Landscape Architecture, Harvard University, Graduate<br />

School of Design, 1978<br />

MA, Architecture, Magna Cum Laude, University of Puerto<br />

Rico, School of Architecture, 1976<br />

BA, Environmental Design, Magna Cum Laude, University of<br />

Puerto Rico, School of Architecture, 1974<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

30<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

11<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Registered Architect, Puerto Rico License No. 11391<br />

Landscape Architect in Training. Puerto Rico Certificate<br />

No. 57<br />

Registered Architect. Massachusetts License No. 5021<br />

Construction Document Technologist (CDT). CSI<br />

Certification Program<br />

US Green Building Council, LEED® AP<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual – Spanish and English<br />

American Institute of Architects (AIA); National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, File No. 54,797; College of<br />

Architects and Landscape Architects of PR; International Society of Arboriculture; Construction Specification Institute;<br />

American Society of Landscape Architects<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Arecibo Job Corps Center<br />

Arecibo, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Ms. Calzadilla was responsible for the landscape architecture, and the project technical coordination and overview<br />

during the construction observation services rendered for this project which required architecture and engineering<br />

services for the design of two new 72-bed dormitory buildings and site improvements at the Arecibo Job Corps Center.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> was subcontracted by Staunton Chow to provide services for overall project management, permitting and<br />

compliance, structural, site and landscape design, programmatic analysis, including the documentation of the existing<br />

structures to be demolished and of the site itself, as well as for a partial topographic survey of three acres of the site,<br />

and a geotechnical study. Cost: $4,400,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Puerto Rico Convention Center District<br />

Isla Grande, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2006<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> was part of the multidisciplinary team that developed the new $1.3 billion Puerto Rico Convention Center District.<br />

The convention facility and its anticipated ancillary hotels, restaurants, residential buildings, retail establishments,<br />

park system and commercial development, anchored by a linear park, were to be constructed on approximately 110<br />

acres of land in the former Isla Grande Naval Base. Ms. Calzadilla was the Landscape Architect for the engineering,<br />

architecture and landscape architecture design for the District, which included the coordination of the irrigation<br />

design. Cost: $1,300,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

2010 Central American Games Village<br />

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2010<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> worked with Picerne Real Estate <strong>Group</strong> in the development of this project Architect/Landscape<br />

Architect/Technical Coordinator, in a joint effort with the Department of Housing of Puerto Rico. The project included<br />

the design and development of the village, in compliance with the programmatic requirements for hosting the sports<br />

event and its eventual use as a residential community. The preliminary program required 385 3-bedroom apartments,<br />

and over 70,000 square feet of ancillary facilities on two parcels of approximately 11 and 15 acres. The Village<br />

consisted of two discrete components: the Residential Zone and the International Zone; the Residential Zone<br />

comprised the living quarters and related functions, while the International Zone included Village support functions<br />

necessary for the 2010 sports event. Ms. Calzadilla worked as the Landscape Architect. Cost: $43,000,000<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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d.<br />

e.<br />

f.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Rooms To Go Mayagüez<br />

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project: Rooms To Go built a 34,997-ft2 facility in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, intended to serve as showroom store. The facility was<br />

built in a tract of land of some four acres. <strong>CSA</strong> provided support with architectural and engineering services including due<br />

diligence/feasibility study, permit administration, preparation of civil site work design and construction documents, and engineering<br />

and construction coordination. Ms. Calzadilla worked as the Landscape Architect for this project. Total Installed Cost:<br />

$1,300,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Caguas Science Center<br />

Caguas, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Caguas Science Center Project comprises the design and construction of an interactive museum focusing on<br />

technology, with an educational objective, aimed especially at children ages 7 to 11. <strong>CSA</strong> is contracted to perform<br />

permit procurement, environmental studies, and site and building design; to prepare construction documents; provide<br />

support during procurement phase; and perform construction observation. Ms. Calzadilla was the Project Manager and<br />

Technical Coordinator, responsible for the architecture and landscape architecture design. Ms. Calzadilla served as the<br />

Architect of Record for this project. Cost: $12,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

National Veteran Cemetery in Bayamón<br />

Bayamon, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Prepare a Schematic Design and Design Development for the Puerto Rico National Cemetery (PRNC) Gravesite<br />

Expansion and Cemetery Improvements Project, for the remaining undeveloped land at the aforementioned Cemetery.<br />

The Project at hand will complete the full build-out of the Cemetery, developing the remaining approximately six acres<br />

of land into new burial sections. Approximately 11,250 gravesites, both full-casket and cremating sites in the form of<br />

columbaria, are envisioned to be developed with this endeavor. The final build-out of the Cemetery will provide an<br />

additional eight years of gravesite capacity, or until the year 2020. One of the goals of this project is to restore the<br />

PRNC to its national shrine status. Ms. Calzadilla is the Project Manager, Technical Coordinator and Project Architect<br />

for this project. Cost: $28,000,000<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SCOTT RAKOW YOUTH CENTER RENOVATION<br />

Miami Beach, Florida<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Miami Beach<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Mr. Humberto Cabanas<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

The Scott Rakow Youth Center (SRYC) was originally built in 1976 to serve<br />

the families of Miami Beach. A $7.5 million Renovation Project for the<br />

Center was initiated by the Mayor and City Commission in 1994. The funding<br />

for the project was a part of a $15-Million Parks Bond issue for the expansion<br />

and renovation of the project’s ice rink and other improvements.<br />

In 2005, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was contracted by the City of Miami Beach, to develop a<br />

schematic conceptual master plan including the validation of the program<br />

scope and budget, and the preparation of a phasing plan that would allow the<br />

facility to remain in operation during construction.<br />

Following completion of the conceptual master plan, <strong>CSA</strong> continued working<br />

on the project design with the challenge of creating a distinctive main<br />

entrance, unifying the common areas that serve all newly remodeled interior<br />

spaces while providing each space with their own character. In order to<br />

achieve these design goals <strong>CSA</strong> located all interior spaces along a common<br />

area extending from the covered play area in the back of the building to the<br />

new lobby in the front.<br />

The two story lobby that can easily be seen from the exterior became the<br />

main focal point, opening to the new partially covered entrance balcony. The<br />

entrance way steps down to the new entrance patio where visitors enter from<br />

the street, parking lot and the bus drop off area. The floor<br />

pattern designed for the first floor reinforces the design<br />

concept and a modified version of such pattern extends to the<br />

balcony and patio pavers to achieve a spatial continuation<br />

between interior and exterior. Bright colors were selected to<br />

identify the different interior spaces and highlight different<br />

architectural elements while creating a joyful environment<br />

especially dedicated to children.<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

1<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2010<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 673-7071<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> also included all required ADA, Life Safety and Code upgrades in the design while value engineering the project to<br />

60% of the original budget without cutting any of their programmed spaces or scope. In addition to the scope mentioned<br />

above, the facility improvements included a new fire alarm and fire protection system for the overall facility, new bus drop<br />

off and expanded parking area for staff and visitors.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (Services contracted under Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

c.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIRAMAR READINESS CENTER<br />

Miramar, Broward County, Florida<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Federal Miramar Associates for Florida Army National Guard<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

LTC Kevin Holiday<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

2<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Estimated 2013<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(904) 823-0281<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> is responsible for full service architectural design and engineering of a building being designed for the Florida<br />

Army Reserve National Guard. The program is tailored to meet their unique requirements for combat readiness and local<br />

emergencies. Designed to accommodate approximately 500 occupants, the building will be used by only 30 full time active<br />

duty personnel on a daily basis. The peak occupancy occurs when the reservists come to train during their one weekend a<br />

month drill. The building is classified as business occupancy per code but will function more like an educational facility to<br />

train infantry units.<br />

The building will be two stories in height and consists of offices, classrooms, and training rooms zoned for five military<br />

units at the company level. There are several shared spaces in the program, one of which is a forty foot high assembly hall<br />

designed to accommodate the entire battalion. The first floor consists of a two-story height lobby with a grand staircase<br />

opening into the Assembly Hall served by a commercial kitchen. Adjacent to the main entry are administrative spaces for<br />

the active duty personnel. There are platoon training rooms equipped with lockers to store personal gear. There are three<br />

weapons vaults to store and distribute arms each served by a loading dock to bring in equipment. There is also a weapon’s<br />

simulator room to practice marksmanship, a gym with lockers and showers, and lastly a music recital and practice rooms<br />

for the “Band Company.” The second floor consists of classrooms and administrative areas for each company with their<br />

own open clerical areas and private offices. Additional offices for the active duty personnel, including the battalion<br />

commander, are located on the second floor. The site component features parking for personal vehicles and a secured area<br />

for military vehicles. There is a vehicle maintenance building on the site to serve the military vehicles in the motor pool.<br />

Security is a major issue and the military has adapted an Anti-terrorism Force Protection protocol that impacts site and<br />

building planning.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime - Architecture<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIAMI DADE FIRE RESCUE – TRAINING COMPLEX<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

3<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Miami Dade County Fire Rescue Dept. Mr. Alfonso Ledo<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(786) 331-4503<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (formerly Brown + Brown Architects) provided MDFR with<br />

professional A/E services for their new state-of-the-art Fire Rescue<br />

Training Facility that included project programming, space planning,<br />

schematic design, permitting, and bidding. As the Design Criteria<br />

Professional and the Owner’s Representative the project team has assisted<br />

MDFR in all of their project needs. Unique challenges for this project<br />

were the many technical and programming requirements for the different<br />

required building types as well as the support devices and services that<br />

included:<br />

• An Administration and Classroom Building (shown above)<br />

• Two Burn Buildings (with gas, electric, phone and data<br />

infrastructure)<br />

• A Training Tower (with smoke, electric, phone and data infrastructure)<br />

• Specialized Fire Props (with gas, electric, phone and data infrastructure)<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (services contracted through Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CENTRAL WEST TRANSPORTATION CENTER<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

4<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Schools<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Mr. Eduardo Lopez<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 995-4853<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was commissioned by Miami-Dade County Public Schools to<br />

provide Design Criteria Services as well as Programming and Schematic<br />

Design for the replacement of the existing transportation center. A new<br />

replacement facility was designed at Central West Transportation<br />

Center located at N.W. 6 th Street and NW 137 th Avenue, Miami,<br />

Florida.<br />

The existing facility had to remain operational during construction of<br />

the new facility and be demolished once the new facility has been built<br />

and in full operations. Project phasing was an important component of<br />

this facility. The new Bus Transportation Facility included the<br />

following: Administrative Offices, Maintenance Bays for servicing of the<br />

existing bus fleet, Bus Washing<br />

Bay, Parking for the buses, Fueling<br />

Station and Operations<br />

Department. The Operations<br />

Department includes Manager<br />

Offices; FOS Coordinators;<br />

Dispatchers and a Driver’s Lounge.<br />

The Main Administration Area<br />

included a Director’s Office,<br />

Reception, Conference Center,<br />

Employee Support, Clerical<br />

Offices, Employee Lounge and<br />

required support spaces.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (Services contracted under Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

K.C. WRIGHT ADMINISTRATION CENTER<br />

LOBBY & PLAZA REMODELING<br />

Broward Counties, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2002-2007<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

5<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

School Board of Broward County<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Mr. Henry Verdugo<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(754) 321-2172<br />

The K.C. Wright Administration Center is a 14 story building<br />

in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale and headquarters<br />

for the School Board of Broward County Florida. The plaza<br />

and the lobby are the first spaces to greet patrons and visitors<br />

as they enter the building. The scope of our work for this<br />

project included the repair and remodeling of the main lobby,<br />

support spaces and exterior plaza severely damaged by the<br />

ravages of Hurricane Wilma in 2005.<br />

The improvements to the main lobby included a custom built<br />

in reception desk with fire alarm panel and security<br />

monitoring capabilities. Other features included new<br />

storefront doors and glass, marble flooring, designer pendant<br />

lighting, plasma TV’s and drywall replacement painted with a<br />

design scheme to enhance the lobby’s appearance.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (services contracted through Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIAMI DADE COLLEGE KENDALL KOFFEE HOUSE<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

6<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami Dade College<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Mr. Ayman El Baz<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 237-0590<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was requested by<br />

Miami Dade College to design a<br />

new image and student activity<br />

space that would support student<br />

services functions on the Kendall<br />

Campus. The result of this<br />

challenge was a very successful<br />

student coffee shop and event<br />

lounge. Students and Faculty from<br />

around the campus now come to<br />

this new student services area to<br />

have coffee, study independently<br />

or in small groups, meet with<br />

professors and listen to guest<br />

speakers.<br />

The project was a complete remodeling and renovation of the existing space. New<br />

partitions, columns, ceilings, flooring, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and FF&E<br />

were all part of the scope work. Audio visual equipment and systems were also<br />

incorporated into the design to allow for a variety of student related events.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (Services contracted under Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT<br />

PARK “6” AREA SURFACE PARKING<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

7<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2007<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami Dade Aviation Department<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Mr. Tyrone Browne, Chief of Design<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 876-0529<br />

Miami Dade Aviation Department and the User <strong>Group</strong> approved the plans<br />

to proceed with this temporary parking facility until the airport is able to<br />

fund the permanent Park “6” Parking Garage. This project scope covers<br />

the construction of a new 323- parking spaces short term parking facility<br />

in the unused area of future Park “6” garage structure. The facility will<br />

include new pavement, storm drainage, sidewalks, landscaping, signage<br />

and revenue collection equipment.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong>’s scope of work includes program verification, schematic<br />

design, design development, construction documents, bidding and award<br />

and construction documents.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (Services contracted under Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIAMI DADE COLLEGE<br />

MEDICAL CAMPUS BUILDING 1000 REMODELING<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

8<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami Dade College<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Mr. Andy Leon<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 237-0581<br />

The Medical Campus Building 1000 Remodeling project consisted of<br />

remodeling an existing one story storage building and ancillary<br />

undersized campus copy/mail room, and converting its use to student<br />

services and a larger sized and effectively operating quick copy / mail<br />

room.<br />

Challenges:<br />

The new addition to the existing structure aided in relieving the most<br />

utilized entrance of the campus closest to the parking lot, from the<br />

adjacency of an objectionable loading dock. The location of the sunken<br />

loading dock needed to be re-graded to accommodate new building and<br />

entrance. Unconventional building foundation methods were required<br />

to adapt to contaminated soils condition inherent at the project site.<br />

The previously unpleasant site was restored to include paving for a new<br />

plaza, landscaping, shaded walkway structure, and an entry portal with signage feature the college could take pride in.<br />

Square Footage: 4,236 SF<br />

• Existing building to be remodeled: 1,828 SF<br />

• New addition: 2, 408 SF<br />

Cost: $1,601,460<br />

Schedule:<br />

• Design: August 2007 – June 2008<br />

• Construction: August 2008 – August 2009<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (Services contracted under Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

9<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

MIAMI DADE COLLEGE, WOLFSON CAMPUS AUDITORIUM<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Miami Dade College<br />

Ms. Monica Parga<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 237-2824<br />

The New Wolfson Campus Auditorium is the<br />

result of a renovation and remodeling of the<br />

existing Conference Room Facility located in the<br />

second floor of Building 1000. With less than<br />

9,000 SF, existing flat Seating Areas and other<br />

physical limitations, the existing Conference<br />

Rooms were completely demolished and gutted<br />

to create the basic space for the New<br />

Auditorium with a capacity of 500 seats while<br />

upgrading the facility to Building Code<br />

requirements.<br />

The New Auditorium includes a Main Seating<br />

Area and two Raised Seating Areas that can be<br />

used separately or jointly, new Exhibition Lobby,<br />

new Raised Stage, new Dressing Rooms, new<br />

Control Room and new Storage Areas. All<br />

spaces are ADA accessible and they have been<br />

acoustically treated to provide excellent<br />

acoustics. Three motorized screens with their<br />

related projectors are mounted in the Stage Area<br />

and above the Control Room window to provide<br />

excellent sightlines from any point in the seating<br />

areas. The Auditorium has been outfitted with<br />

the latest state of the art Light, Sound and Audio Visual Systems. All interior finishes including the new seats were<br />

upgraded to create a sophisticated atmosphere. The new design is well defined by the Wood Proscenium Arches that define<br />

the Stage, the Acoustical Clouds floating over the Main Seating Area and the wall mounted Acoustic Panels located in the<br />

rear walls of the Main Seating Area.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MERCY HOSPITAL ROOF REPLACEMENT SERVICES FOR NORTH WING,<br />

EAST WING, WEST WING, KHOLY BUILDING, RADIATION-ONCOLOGY<br />

WING, AND SURGICAL PAVILION<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Mercy Hospital<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Jeff Madonia<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

10<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

(954) 359-6273 / jmadonia@mercymiami.org<br />

Mercy Hospital is located on Biscayne Bay and due to its location it is very vulnerable to high winds. The existing roof<br />

decks consist of built up tar and gravel over tapered insulation system over concrete decks. During Hurricane Wilma the<br />

loose gravel from these roofs caused extensive damage to the adjacent buildings. A FEMA vulnerability assessment was<br />

performed and FEMA grants were obtained by the hospital to replace the remaining gravel surface roofs.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was commissioned to evaluate the<br />

existing roof conditions and recommend<br />

alternative solutions that would resist the high<br />

winds. The project was design to exceed the<br />

FBC wind speed requirements as well as the<br />

FM Global Risk Consultant requirements.<br />

Mercy Hospital had several goals:<br />

• Maximize the value of any capital<br />

investment<br />

• Assure a long-term roof.<br />

• Assure that any work on the facilities roof<br />

not impact the day to day operation of the<br />

Hospital<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> developed a comprehensive plan to respond to the Mercy Hospital goals. This plan involved investigations which<br />

included roof testing, analysis of previous warranties, as built plans, leaks reports. Financial analysis of multiple roofing<br />

options, value engineering and a phasing plan were developed to assure the continued use of the facility during<br />

construction. Of special importance was <strong>CSA</strong>’s recommendation that included the establishment of a 20-year maintenance<br />

program to guarantee the expected long life of the new roofs after installation.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (Services contracted under Brown +<br />

Brown Architects, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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26. NAMES OF KEY<br />

PERSONNEL<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 12)<br />

Reinaldo (Ray) Vera, RA<br />

Cesar Becerra, R.A.<br />

Eduardo Juarez, R.A.<br />

Antonio Moreno<br />

Salvador Frias<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

27. ROLE IN THIS<br />

CONTRACT<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 13)<br />

QA/QC - Architecture<br />

Project Architect<br />

Project Architect<br />

Project Designer<br />

Construction Administration<br />

28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F<br />

(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below before<br />

completing<br />

table. Place "X" under project key number for<br />

participation in same or similar role.)<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)<br />

1 Scott Rakow Recreation Center 6 Miami Dade College Kendall Koffee House<br />

2 Miramar Readiness Center 7<br />

Miami International Airport<br />

Park “6” Area Surface Parking<br />

3 Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Training Complex 8 MDC West Campus Building 1000 Remodeling<br />

4 Central West Transportation Center 9 MDC Wolfson Campus Auditorium Renovation<br />

5<br />

K.C. Wright Administration Center<br />

Lobby & Plaza Remodeling<br />

10 Mercy Hospital Roof Replacements<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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CIVIL ENGINEERING<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

JOHN ENGLAND, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Civil Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Florida, 1984<br />

B.S. Forest Science/Forest Products, Pennsylvania State University,<br />

PA, 1978<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

28<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

22<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 48079<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Civil Engineering Services<br />

Miramar, Florida<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to the South Broward Hospital District for the design and construction administration. Services<br />

include contractor submittal review, responses to requests for information, change order and construction change<br />

directives, consultant concerning replacement of work, evaluation of claims, evaluation of substitutions, preparation of<br />

design and documentation for alternate bid or proposal requests and contract administration services.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Cleveland Clinic Off-Site Parking Garage<br />

Weston, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager providing civil engineering design for new off-site parking garage facility hospital facility for various projects<br />

including<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miramar Readiness Center<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2013<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer for the design and engineering of a 2-story multi-purpose facility for the Florida Army Reserve<br />

National Guard consisting of offices, classrooms, assembly hall and training rooms to accommodate the an entire<br />

battalion.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Imperial Point Medical Emergency Department Expansion<br />

Fort Lauderdale, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Expansion of a 204 bed medical facility expansion to include site plan preparation and processing, preparation of<br />

paving, grading and drainage plans, water and sewer plans, plans approval, permitting, construction observation,<br />

landscape, irrigation, boundary and topographic survey.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Coral Springs Medical Center Emergency Department Expansion<br />

Coral Springs, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Expansion of a 200 bed medical facility to include site plan preparation and processing, preparation of paving,<br />

grading and drainage plans, water and sewer plans, plans approval and permitting, construction observation,<br />

landscape, irrigation, boundary and topographic survey.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

JUAN VILLAR, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Civil Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering Technology, Florida International University,<br />

1975<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

35<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

12<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 32710<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami Dade Aviation Department, MIA Continuing Services<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for complete civil engineering services in the design of 2 acre parking lot (125 spaces) located at<br />

southwest quadrant of N.W. 186th Street & N.W. 73rd Avenue. Design elements included site plan preparation,<br />

pavement markings and signage, paving, grading and drainage plans and permitting.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Univision HD Studios E & F<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

New facility to house two HD studios a large Studio “E” consisting of 15,000 SF. and a small Studio “F” consisting of<br />

5,000 SF. The facility will contain support spaces including audience holding area, audience lobby, private green<br />

rooms, make-up rooms, single-user restrooms, offices and conference room.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Central West Transportation 16” Force Main & 16” Water Main<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for design of water and sewer.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Water Distribution & Sewer Collection for Elementary Schools<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Civil design of four Elementary Schools (Design Build) for the Miami Dade County School Board. The responsibilities<br />

extended to paving, grading and drainage, water distribution, sewage collection, parking facilities, perimeter road(s)<br />

improvements and signing and pavement markings plan.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Port of Miami Project Management<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for the 30% design for the internal roadway system for the Port of Miami (cruise and cargo). The<br />

responsibilities extended to the 100% design of three Intermodal facilities two for the new terminal buildings and one<br />

existing terminal building. The paving, grading and drainage design for the entrance and exit new Cargo Gates<br />

Facilities.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

JUAN MUNIZ, P.E.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc., Miami, Florida<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Civil Engineer<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Miami, FL, 1991<br />

B.S. in Architectural Engineering, University of Miami, FL, 1991<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami Gardens Park & Ride Facility<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

21<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

14<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 55484<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for complete civil engineering services in the design of 2 acre parking lot (125 spaces) located at<br />

southwest quadrant of N.W. 186th Street & N.W. 73rd Avenue. Design elements included site plan preparation,<br />

pavement markings and signage, paving, grading and drainage plans and permitting.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

University of Miami Student Activity Center<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for complete civil engineering services including design of plans (paving, grading, drainage, water and sewer),<br />

utilities relocation coordination and permitting. The project consisted of a new student activities center to house new<br />

restaurants and retail space as well as offices for the student body and faculty.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sun Gardens Isles Streetscape Improvements<br />

Dania, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for complete civil engineering services that included design of plans (paving, grading, drainage), post design<br />

services and construction administration for various roadway improvement projects within the City of Dania.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miscellaneous Civil Engineering Services<br />

Miami, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for miscellaneous civil engineering services to include programming and schematic design, design<br />

development, construction documents development, administration of construction contracts, and additional services<br />

deemed necessary by the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami General Engineering Consultant<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist the City of Miami with a city-wide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the<br />

production of numerous projects.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CONTINUING CONTRACT FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES<br />

Fort Lauderdale, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

1<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2012<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Fort Lauderdale<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Elkin Diaz, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 828-6539<br />

ediaz@fortlauderdale.gov<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (<strong>CSA</strong>) was contracted by the City of Fort Lauderdale to<br />

provide civil engineering consultants services to include design,<br />

permitting, preparation of construction documents and participation<br />

in the implementation of various City projects. <strong>CSA</strong> will be directly<br />

responsible for all services as it relates to roadway and site design,<br />

neighborhood improvements and beautification, underground utility<br />

design, site grading and stormwater runoff modeling and design,<br />

erosion and sediment control design, pavement marking and<br />

signage design, maintenance of traffic (MOT), engineering analysis,<br />

cost estimation and reporting, permitting, construction observation<br />

and inspection, shop drawing review, preparation of project<br />

rendering and presentation materials, specialized training to City<br />

staff, and coordination with City staff, consultants, utility owners<br />

and contractors. To date, <strong>CSA</strong> has been commissioned to perform<br />

services for the following tasks:<br />

Task 1: Outfall design of Two Control Structures into North Fork New River<br />

Task 2: Lighting<br />

Task 3: CEI for Thurgood Marshall Sidewalk<br />

Task 4: CEI for Harbordale Sidewalk Project<br />

Task 5: CEI for Commercial Boulevard Landscape<br />

Task 6: CEI for NE 15 th Street Landscaping Improvements<br />

Task 7: Bridge Replacement Harborage Parkway<br />

Task 8: SR A1A Light Replacement Project<br />

Task 9: Sunrise Boulevard Landscape Improvements<br />

Task 10: River Oaks Preserve<br />

Task 11: Aquatic Center Master Plan<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime – Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

60-INCH FORCE MAIN, M-DWASD<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

2010<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer<br />

Department (M-DWASD)<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Carlos Benavides, Utility Design<br />

Section Project Manager<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

2<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(786) 268-5285<br />

As part of Miami-Dade County Water & Sewer Department’s<br />

ongoing infrastructure improvement program, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

was selected to provide the engineering services required for<br />

a new 60-inch force main, utilized to carry reject water from<br />

a reverse osmosis water treatment plant to an existing 72-<br />

inch force main leading to a wastewater treatment plant.<br />

The new force main is to be installed within an area that<br />

includes heavily traveled streets, near county and<br />

government, retail business, private schools, and residential<br />

areas. The routes included tunneling crossings of major<br />

Florida roadways including US-1 and the Busway and the<br />

Florida Turnpike, as well as flood control canals operated<br />

and maintained by the South Florida Water Management<br />

District.<br />

Services included the preparation of a feasibility study<br />

utilized for the systematic evaluation of potential routes on the basis of available construction materials and methods,<br />

construction cost and schedule, as well as the coordination with future planned projects, Federal, State and County<br />

Regulatory agencies, local governments, property owners and stakeholders having interest or potential interest in the<br />

project. The feasibility study with route recommendation and detailed presentation has been completed, and the route has<br />

been selected.<br />

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS<br />

• 60in Force Main stretching to an existing 72in Force Main.<br />

• Longitude of 2.1 miles.<br />

• Project includes tunneling below the US-1 Highway, the Florida Turnpike, and the SFWMD C1 canal.<br />

• Impacted area includes heavily traveled streets, near county and government, retail business, private schools, and<br />

residential areas.<br />

• Feasibility study, all engineering and construction phase services.<br />

Cost: $11 million<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

Prime - Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CITY OF MIAMI GENERAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANT<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

3<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2006<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Miami<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Hector Badia<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 416-1200<br />

hbadia@miamigov.com<br />

General engineering consultant performing a wide range of<br />

engineering services to assist the City in the implementation and<br />

completion of a $610M Capital Improvement Program including<br />

roadways, parks and facilities. Consul-Tech’s services included<br />

Program Management for horizontal projects (roadways and<br />

drainage projects) performing various general engineering<br />

consultants tasks including, but not limited to: project scope<br />

development, special contract previsions, project concept reports;<br />

project estimates and budgets; project tracking; assistance to the<br />

construction management team; assistance to the vertical group<br />

including permits approval, utility coordination, execution<br />

of contracts, and coordinate between vertical & horizontal<br />

projects. Additionally, Consul-Tech’s work included<br />

Surveying and Mapping services and QA/QC plans review<br />

coordinator for all horizontal projects which included<br />

issues such as: tracking of designs, reviews, comments,<br />

and check and resolve the inconsistencies and/or<br />

conflicting comments.<br />

CIP Cost: $610 million<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime – Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY TRANSIT AGENCY<br />

PARK & RIDE FACILITY<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Transit Agency<br />

Design & Engineering Division<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Orlando Capote<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

Design of Park and Ride Facility for Miami-Dade<br />

County Transit consisting of a 2 acre parking lot (125<br />

spaces) located at southwest quadrant of N.W. 186 th<br />

Street & N.W. 73 rd Avenue. Design included site plan<br />

preparation, pavement markings and signage, paving,<br />

grading and drainage plans. Permitting included<br />

South Florida Water Management District<br />

Environmental Resource Permit, Florida Department<br />

of Transportation access and drainage permits and<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Works permits.<br />

Cost: $1 million<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

4<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(786) 469-5248<br />

ocapote@miamidade.gov<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime - Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

BISCAYNE GARDENS PARK RESTORATION<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

2006<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Parks & Recreation<br />

Department<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Karen Cheney<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

5<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2006<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 755-7922<br />

karenc@miamidade.gov<br />

Performed complete civil engineering services for the restoration of Biscayne Gardens Park located at 15902 N.W. 2nd<br />

Avenue. The project included the preparation of Demucking Plan, fill calculations and cost estimate, Paving, Grading and<br />

Drainage Plans for the site including proposed on site walkways, off-site sidewalks, access driveway, parking lot and<br />

fencing around the site and drainage design to address ponding water around the center of the park and/or the new parking<br />

lot.<br />

Cost: $2.5 million<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Civil Engineer<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

2008<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Parks & Recreation<br />

Department<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Li Gurau<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

6<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 755-7834<br />

Miscellaneous civil engineering services to<br />

include programming and schematic design,<br />

design development, construction documents<br />

development, administration of construction<br />

contracts, and additional services deemed<br />

necessary by the Department.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-<br />

Tech, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MEMORIAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM<br />

CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES<br />

Miramar, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

7<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Memorial Healthcare Systems<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Joseph Alcure, Jr.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 433-7184<br />

Consul-Tech has been retained to provide Miscellaneous Civil Engineering Services to the South Broward Hospital District<br />

for the design and construction administration. Services include contractor submittal review, responses to requests for<br />

information, change order and construction change directives, consultant concerning replacement of work, evaluation of<br />

claims, evaluation of substitutions, preparation of design and documentation for alternate bid or proposal requests and<br />

contract administration services.<br />

Memorial Regional Hospital South Parking Lot Reconstruction, Hollywood, FL - Services include the reconstruction of<br />

doctors and employee parking lot. Services includes full civil engineering services include paving, grading and drainage<br />

plans, water and sewer plans, permitting, construction observation, architectural, site lighting, boundary and topographic<br />

survey.<br />

Memorial Regional Hospital West Bed Tower Crane Monitoring Surveying, Pembroke Pines, FL – Surveying services As-<br />

Built, Specific Purpose and Topographic survey for the crane stability.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime – Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

YOUNG MEN’S PREPARATORY ACADEMY, PHASES I & II<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

2008<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Schools<br />

(M-DCPS)<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Lourdes Rodriguez, AIA -<br />

Architeknics<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

8<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 661-5392 ext. 203<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> provided civil engineering services for this M-DCPS project which comprised of the renovation, remodeling, and<br />

restoration of an existing historic structure including cafeteria, auditorium, and supporting spaces as well as the<br />

construction of a new building with General Classrooms, Science Labs, Art/3D Labs, Cisco Labs, Media Center, Dining and<br />

Kitchen rooms, P.E. Classroom, Lockers and Showers, and “Smart” Technology in all classrooms.<br />

Phase I - Civil Engineering design<br />

services included paving, grading and<br />

drainage design, water distribution<br />

system and the sewage collection<br />

system for the existing restored<br />

building and the two new buildings<br />

added, in addition to completing the<br />

staff parking lot across the street. <strong>CSA</strong><br />

was also responsible for the permitting<br />

for the civil engineering services.<br />

Phase II - Civil Engineering design<br />

services included paving, grading and<br />

drainage design, water distribution<br />

system and the sewage collection<br />

system for the existing restored<br />

building and the two new buildings added, in addition to completing the staff parking lot across the street. <strong>CSA</strong> was also<br />

responsible for the permitting for the civil engineering services.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

Consultant – Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AVIATION DEPARTMENT<br />

MIA PARKING LOTS<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade Aviation Department<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Tyrone Browne<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

9<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 876-0529<br />

TBROWNE@miami-airport.com<br />

MIA Park 6 Short Term Parking. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was<br />

responsible for the 100% design of the geometry, paving,<br />

grading, drainage and permitting for this lot lying north of<br />

the South Terminal. For the proposed drainage system was<br />

responsible for the preparation of the Stormwater Pollution<br />

Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the connection of the<br />

proposed system to the airport’s existing dual 48” drainage<br />

system. On the existing systems Best Management<br />

Practices were design for protection.<br />

MIA Parking Lots – Various Buildings. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was<br />

responsible for the drainage improvements of the existing<br />

parking lots for the following buildings:<br />

a) Building 3040 – Milling and resurfacing of the east<br />

side of the maintenance building, replacement of the<br />

grate to the existing trench drain system. A Stormwater<br />

Pollution Prevention Plan was prepared outlining Best<br />

Management Practices for protection of the existing systems and surrounding areas.<br />

b) Building 3050 - Installation of a new exfiltration drainage system connecting to an existing outfall system, milling<br />

and resurfacing of the paved areas. A Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan was prepared for the connection of the<br />

proposed system to the existing outfall and Best management Practices were designed for protection of the existing<br />

systems and surrounding areas.<br />

c) Building 704 - Milling and resurfacing of the parking area on the east side of the building, design of a new drainage<br />

system to be connected to an existing airport outfall system. A Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan was prepared for<br />

the connection of the proposed system to the existing outfall and Best management Practices were designed for<br />

protection of the surrounding areas.<br />

MIA Parking Lot –N.W. 36th Street & N.W. 49th Avenue. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was responsible for the 100% design of the<br />

geometry, paving, grading, drainage and permitting for this lot lying on the southeast corner of the intersection. For the<br />

proposed exfiltration drainage system was responsible for the preparation of the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan<br />

(SWPPP) and Best management Practices were designed for protection of the surrounding areas<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

Consultant - Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FP&L SUBSTATIONS<br />

Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Collier and Charlotte<br />

Counties, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

10<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Power &Light (FP&L)<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Patrick Ferland or<br />

Rosemary Murphy<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(561) 694-3335<br />

Provide professional engineering services to FPL with the design,<br />

permitting and construction documents for the preparation of the<br />

Fence, Fill and Grade (FF&G) for the expansion of the<br />

Germantown (Palm Beach County) and Asante (Broward County)<br />

substations and the following new substations: Cooper (Charlotte<br />

County), McCall (Charlotte County), Wolfson (Miami-Dade), Oyster<br />

(Charlotte County) and Summit (Collier County). These projects<br />

included stormwater management design, water and wastewater<br />

connection, miscellaneous design and permitting as well as<br />

construction services and as-built certification. In general, the<br />

engineering services provided cost-effective designs incorporating<br />

features having low long-term maintenance costs, which comply<br />

with all permit requirements and criteria.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime – Civil Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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26. NAMES OF KEY<br />

PERSONNEL<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 12)<br />

John England, P.E.<br />

Juan Villar, P.E.<br />

Juan C. Muniz, P.E.<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

27. ROLE IN THIS<br />

CONTRACT<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 13)<br />

Project Civil Engineer<br />

Project Civil Engineer<br />

Project Civil Engineer<br />

28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F<br />

(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below before<br />

completing<br />

table. Place "X" under project key number for<br />

participation in same or similar role.)<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)<br />

1<br />

City of Fort Lauderdale Continuing Contract for Civil<br />

Engineering Services<br />

2 M-DWASD 60-Inch Force Main 7<br />

3 City of Miami General Engineering Consultant 8<br />

6<br />

Miami-Dade County Parks & Recreation Dept.<br />

Miscellaneous Civil Engineering Services<br />

Memorial Healthcare Systems Miscellaneous Civil<br />

Engineering Services<br />

M-DCPS Young Men’s Preparatory Academy, Phases<br />

I & II<br />

4 Miami-Dade Transit Agency Park & Ride Facility 9 Miami International Airport (MIA) Parking Lots<br />

5<br />

Miami-Dade County Parks & Recreation Dept.<br />

Biscayne Gardens park Restoration<br />

10 FP&L Substations<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION /<br />

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

MAURICIO ARZE, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Project Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP, Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1988<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 112/I-1195 from I-95 (N.W. 10th Avenue) to Biscayne Bay<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

24<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

12<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 51862<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Project Engineer for Construction Engineering and Inspections services for roadway improvements including<br />

roadway and bridge widening, new concrete pavement and the existing concrete pavement rehabilitation, retaining<br />

walls, barrier walls, guardrails, overhead signs, relocation of ITS signs, drainage, signalization, lighting, etc.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT I, II, III) Milling<br />

and Resurfacing MP 38.7 to MP 44, Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Project Engineer responsible for CEI services. (Construction Costs $2.9 Million)<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Improvements to Deerfield Toll Plaza Sawgrass Expressway/Florida’s<br />

Turnpike Interchange, Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer responsible for CEI services on the construction of a double-span SunPass Gantry with Equipment<br />

Building, to the west of the existing Deerfield Mainline Toll Plaza; roadway, electrical and mechanical systems,<br />

landscaping, highway lighting, signing/pavement marking and tunnel modifications; construction of concrete signature<br />

walls, retaining and ITS devices. (Construction Costs $39.2 Million)<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sawgrass Expressway Widening from Coral Ridge Drive to Florida’s<br />

Turnpike Mainline – Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager responsible for CEI services for the widening of the existing 4 lane to 6 lane expressway. The roadway<br />

widening will include new pavement, drainage system improvements, bridge widening, lighting signing and pavement<br />

marking, milling and resurfacing of the existing pavement, noise wall construction, median and landscaping. ($81<br />

million)<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sawgrass Widening from Atlantic Boulevard to Coral Ridge Drive<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project consisted of widening the existing Sawgrass Expressway from 4 lanes to 6 lanes towards the median. There are<br />

a total of six conventional simple supported bridges which also get widened within this stretch of the Expressway.<br />

Sound Barrier Walls, Lighting, Signing/Pavement Markings, Landscaping and ITS construction. Responsible for CEI<br />

services. (Construction Costs $81 Million)<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

PETER MEDICO, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Project Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

Graduate Studies, Design of Pavement Structures and Geotechnical<br />

Engineering, University of Florida, 1991-1992<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, University of South Florida 1988<br />

Engineering Sciences, University of Florida, 1977-1980<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

OSHA 1926.650 Trenching and Excavation Competent Person<br />

FDEP Stormwater, Erosion & Sediment Control Inspector<br />

CTQP Final Estimates Level 1, Exp. 11/9/2016<br />

CTQP Final Estimates Level 1, Exp. 11/30/2016<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Local Agency Program (LAP), FDOT District 6<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

31<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 42654<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

LAP Project Manager responsible for staff support in the management of more than 250 LAP Projects as part of the<br />

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Supplemental Services and LAP Support Additional Services.<br />

Specific work involves administration and tracking several LAP projects though all phases of development: Planning,<br />

design, construction and CEI. Work includes: Assisting the District LAP Administrator with LAP Agency Certification,<br />

LAP Agreement Processing, general project management, LAP invoicing and federal funding reimbursement,<br />

coordinating audits from the state LAP Administrator and Federal Highway Administration. Duties also include the<br />

drafting if the District 6 LAP Process Maps and District 6 LAP Manual.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Anna Maria Bridge Rehabilitation and Haben Boulevard Milling and<br />

Resurfacing Project, Fort Myers, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Contract Support Specialist for Construction Engineering and inspection, materials testing and construction cost<br />

estimation services for Anna Maria Bridge Rehabilitation at Crescent Drive and North Bay Boulevard. Contract<br />

C8V77, Financial Project ID No. 426727-2-62-01, ARRA 195B, ARRA 559B. Client: FDOT District One, James<br />

Nichols, (941) 359-7333, 1/4/2010 – 9/1/2010.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Haben Boulevard from U.S. 301 to U.S. 41<br />

Fort Myers, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Construction Engineering and inspection, materials testing and construction cost estimation services for milling and<br />

resurfacing projects in Manatee County. Contract C8V77, Financial Project ID No. 426727-2-62-01, ARRA 195B,<br />

ARRA 559B, Client: FDOT District 1, Nikesh Patel, 2009 - 2010<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CEI Services for 3 Hybrid Projects<br />

FDOT District 1<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CEI Project Manager for 3 Hybrid Projects managed out of FDOT Fort Myers Operation, Projects included: (1) I-75<br />

(Alligator Alley) from Turnback Slough to Faka Union Canal, six miles milling and resurfacing (2) US-41 from<br />

SR951 to Auto Village Way, Three miles resurfacing and guardrail safety improvements and (3) SR-29, inverted<br />

profile pavement marking in Collier County, Client: FDOT District 1, FMOC, Luella Pierce, Project Administrator,<br />

(239) 656-7800.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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e.<br />

f.<br />

f.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SR-56 from E. of US-41 to W. of CR-54, Widening and Resurfacing,<br />

Pasco County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CEI Senior Project Engineer. Construction Engineering and inspection, materials testing and construction cost<br />

estimation services for Anna Maria Bridge Rehabilitation at Crescent Drive and North Bay Boulevard. Financial<br />

Project Nos. 421373-1-52-01 and 421140-3-5201. Client: WilsonMiller, Inc., Rick Ward, P.E., (941) 907-6900.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Treasure Island Causeway Bascule Bridge Replacement<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CEI Project Engineer. This project consisted of replacing a bascule bridge, Financial Project Nos. 258317-1-5801,<br />

Client: City of Treasure Island, Hal Bruce., Construction Project Manager, (727) 547-4575<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Belleair Beach Causeway Bridge Replacement<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

This project consisted of replacing a bascule bridge with a high level bridge with drilled shafts foundations, poured in<br />

place substructure and post tensioned flat slab and Florida bulb-t superstructure. , Financial Project Nos. 41304-1-<br />

5201, Client: Pinellas County Public Works, Tony Horrnik, P.E., (727) 272-8630 or (727) 464-3640<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

SIMON GUTIERREZ DE PINERES, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Project Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, Florida International University, 2004<br />

M.S. Civil Engineering, University of Florida, 2010<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

I-595 Express from I-75 to I-595/I-95 Interchange<br />

Broward County, Florida<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

7<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

1<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 69452<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Construction Support Services Leader for the reconstruction of the I-595 Expressway and all associated improvements<br />

to adjacent crossroads, frontage roads and ramps for a total project length of 10.5 miles. Responsibilities included<br />

coordinating the RFI process, coordination of shop drawing reviews, coordination of geotechnical field operations (Pile<br />

Driving and Drilled Shaft Operations), resolution of non-conforming work, coordination of re-design efforts,<br />

constructability reviews, and preparation of progress reports.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 820/Hollywood Boulevard from Young Circle East to West of SR<br />

A1A, Hollywood, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

The improvements under this project consisted of widening and resurfacing, rehabilitation and renovation, lighting,<br />

drainage improvements, irrigation, landscaping, signalization and median modifications to improve safety and<br />

mobility.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 5/US-1 from Young Circle North to South of Sheridan Street<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The improvements under this project consists of Resurfacing, Rehabilitation and Renovation on State Road 5 / US-1<br />

and includes lighting, drainage improvements, irrigation, landscaping, signalization and median modifications to<br />

improve safety and mobility.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 814/Atlantic Boulevard from East of I-95 to West of US-1 Broward<br />

County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The improvements consisted of Resurfacing, Rehabilitation and Renovation on State Road 814/Atlantic Boulevard and<br />

included the stabilization of the slope along C-14 Canal, landscaping, signalization and median modifications to<br />

improve safety and mobility.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 818/Griffin Road East of SR-7 / US-441 to West of US-1<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The improvements consisted of Resurfacing, Rehabilitation and Renovation on State Road 818 / Griffin Road. This<br />

project also includes the landscaping, signalization and median modifications to improve safety and mobility.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

CARY S. REA<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. in Architecture, University of Miami, 1994<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

CEI Facilities<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

7<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

1<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 69452<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

USGBC National 2007 Present<br />

Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, U.S. Green Bldg. Council Present, AIA 1997 — Present<br />

ICC International Building Code Council, 2006 – Present<br />

NOAA Team Ocean, 2004 – Present<br />

Design of the Year Award Choice Hotels International 96<br />

Greening the Government — Environmental Award – 45th Space Wing USAF 01<br />

City of Orlando Mayor’s Community Service Award 2004<br />

OSHA Health & Safety Certified; NGIS Certified – Present; Certified Government Contract Admin.<br />

Primavera Expedition Certification<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Lake Side Building 1000 FDOT Repair & Remediation<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Program Manager - Lakeside Building 1000 Building Repair and Remediation (in multiple/simultaneous phases)<br />

support to District 6. Design consultant management (Arch, Struct, Civil, MEP), feasibility study management, cost<br />

management, support for D6 contracts department in document preparation , assisted department in contractor<br />

selection process, bid reviews, technical panel reviews, contractor/vendor management/coordination, specialized<br />

forensic testing management, and assisted with litigation support FDOT Legal Department. Awarded additional phases<br />

on this project in the fall of 2007.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sun Guide ITS Building<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Program Manager (Intelligence Corridor FDOT/FHP/FDLE) - ITS Building Repair and Remediation support to District 6.<br />

Design consultant management (Arch, Struct, Civil, MEP), feasibility study management, cost management, support<br />

for D6 contracts department in document preparation, assisted department in contractor selection process, bid<br />

reviews, technical panel reviews, contractor/vendor management/coordination, specialized forensic testing<br />

management, and assisted with litigation support FDOT Legal Department. Awarded additional phases on this project<br />

in the fall of 2007.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 5/US-1 from Young Circle North to South of Sheridan Street<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The improvements under this project consists of Resurfacing, Rehabilitation and Renovation on State Road 5 / US-1<br />

and includes lighting, drainage improvements, irrigation, landscaping, signalization and median modifications to<br />

improve safety and mobility.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 814/Atlantic Boulevard from East of I-95 to West of US-1 Broward<br />

County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The improvements consisted of Resurfacing, Rehabilitation and Renovation on State Road 814/Atlantic Boulevard and<br />

included the stabilization of the slope along C-14 Canal, landscaping, signalization and median modifications to<br />

improve safety and mobility.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 818/Griffin Road East of SR-7 / US-441 to West of US-1<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The improvements consisted of Resurfacing, Rehabilitation and Renovation on State Road 818 / Griffin Road. This<br />

project also includes the landscaping, signalization and median modifications to improve safety and mobility.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

MARINA GERSHANOVICH<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP, Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Contract Support Specialist<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

Master of Science - ongoing, Transportation Engineering, Florida<br />

International University, Miami<br />

B.S., Civil Engineering, Archangelsk Timber Technological<br />

Institute, Archangelsk, Russia, 1984<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

Final Estimates – Level 1 and 2<br />

Geopak & MicroStation Basics<br />

International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) Work Zone Safety Specialist<br />

Multiline Earthwork<br />

Nuclear Density Gauge Use and Radiation Safety<br />

CPR / First Aid<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 112/I-1195 from I-95 (N.W. 10th Avenue) to Biscayne Bay<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

21<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

2<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector for Construction Engineering and Inspections services for roadway improvements including roadway<br />

and bridge widening, new concrete pavement and the existing concrete pavement rehabilitation, retaining walls, barrier<br />

walls, guardrails, overhead signs, relocation of ITS signs, drainage, signalization, lighting, etc. Financial Management<br />

No. 405578-1-62-01.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Construction Management Engineering and Materials General<br />

Consultant - Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Florida’s<br />

Turnpike Enterprise<br />

Pompano Beach, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Final Estimates Specialist. As a final estimates specialist, was responsible for auditing 291 final estimate submittals<br />

estimated at $1.5 billion in support of a construction program in excess of $900 million annually. Work included<br />

providing guidance and training to the consultant CEI’s in the preparation of final estimates during the development<br />

stage through the offer of final payment to the contractor. Worked to ensure that the final estimates documents were<br />

prepared in conformity with FDOT field standards, plans and contract requirements, and pertinent specifications.<br />

Duties included verifying contract time, preparing and processing estimates, written and oral communications with<br />

Department and contractor forces related to final estimates. Worked closely with Turnpike district construction to<br />

provide support in analysis of contract time, calculating the fuel, bituminous and steel adjustments to fulfill<br />

contractual requirement and to adjust final contractor compensation. Conducted field reviews, warranty verification and<br />

provide detailed monitoring of final as-built plans, reviews computation books, and checked back-up documentation of<br />

quantities used during construction.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Brickell Avenue Bascule Bridge replacement, Miami, $22 million,<br />

MacArthur Causeway Bridge, Miami, $38.5 million, State Route 955<br />

Widening, Miami, $8.6 million, Venetian Causeway, Miami Beach,<br />

$6.6 million, and Milam Diary Road Lane Widening, Miami $5 million<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

1998<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Final Estimates Engineer. As a final estimates engineer, duties included detailed reviews of contract documents and affid<br />

determine validity and accuracy prior to contact execution. Responsible for preparation of final estimates, field reviews o<br />

consultants’ project documentation and contract administration procedures, review of monthly progress estimates and au<br />

field inspection and computation books. Contact: Ron Klein, former FDOT District CEI Manager (305) 454-0734.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

State Route A-1-A Milling, Resurfacing and Reconstruction, Miami<br />

Beach, Bike Path Construction, Aventura, $1 million, and Collins<br />

Avenue Traffic Signal Upgrade, Coral Gables, $1 million<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

1996<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer / Office Engineer. In the positions of project engineer, office engineer, and senior inspector, was<br />

responsible for preconstruction meeting management, project progress monitoring, public involvement planning and<br />

implementation, claims and change order management, monthly estimate preparation, final estimate package<br />

preparation, Quality Assurance/Quality Control program development and implementation, schedule analysis, report<br />

preparation, and inspection of contractor work.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

U.S. 41 Resurfacing, Miami $1.1 million and N.W. 71st Street Bridge<br />

over Indian Creek, Miami $1 million<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

1993<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Inspector / Senior Inspector. As an inspector, was responsible for inspection of various project components including<br />

pile driving, concrete and asphalt placement, earth work, drainage structure installation, landscaping, signalization,<br />

pavement markings and roadway lighting fixtures. Duties also included rectification of field problems, material quantity<br />

use calculations and report preparation.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

SHARON SINGH-HAGYAN<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP, Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Resident Compliance Specialist<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

10<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

10<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION) 17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

ARRA/LAP Support Services<br />

Miami-Dade/Monroe Counties, FL<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Contract Support Specialist providing contract support to The »»District Lap Administrator. Review ARRA/LAP invoices<br />

for proper certifications and contract compliance with Federal Guidelines. Ensure all documents are in accordance with<br />

applicable Florida Statutes and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.Verification and justification of all<br />

billed materials and quantities. Management of District 6 ARRA/LAP Tracker database.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

HEFT Resurfacing Phase I & II<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Resident Compliance Office responsible for CEI services.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hurricane Recovery Program – FDOT District One<br />

Districtwide, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Database Administrator for the program management, inspection and construction management services for twelve<br />

counties in southwest Florida affected by Hurricanes Charley, Frances, Jeanne and Wilma.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hurricane Recovery Program – District Four<br />

Districtwide, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Database Administrator for the Program Management, inspection and construction management services for six<br />

southeastern counties of Florida affected by Hurricane Wilma, Katrina and Frances.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FEMA-DORM Drainage<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Database Administrator for the overall management of a $380 Million program performing engineering and<br />

construction administration to include supervision of over 3,300 sites affected by flooding due to Hurricane Irene<br />

(October 1999) and the “No-Name” Storm (October 2000). Services included construction engineering and<br />

inspection services of drainage system cleaning, road restoration, drainage replacement, culvert cleaning/replacement,<br />

canal dredging, roadway design and surveying services.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

MOHAMMAD BESHARAT<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP, Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Inspector<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

18<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

6<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

A.S. Electronic Tech. - Miami Dade Community College, Miami,<br />

Florida<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

CTQP - Earthwork Construction Inspection Level 1, Exp. 10/17/2013; CTQP - Earthwork Construction Inspection Level 2,<br />

Exp. 5/15/2014; CTQP - Asphalt Paving Technician Level 2, Exp. 6/15/2016; CTQP - Concrete Field Technician Level 1,<br />

Exp. 1/15/2016; CTQP - Final Estimates Level 1, Exp. 9/5/2013; IMSA - Work Zone Safety Specialist; Troxler - Electronics<br />

Density Technician; ACI - Concrete Technician Grade 1; Intermediate Traffic Safety in the Work Area; FDOT - MSEW/RSS<br />

Construction Inspection; FDOT - Density Log Book Coding; CMC & Assoc. - Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control; FDOT -<br />

Project Engineer School; FDOT – Superpave Training<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 112/I-1195 from I-95 (N.W. 10th Avenue) to Biscayne Bay<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Roadway Inspector. In charge of supervising project inspectors, coordinating work with contractor, monitor field<br />

log books and all other roadway activities. Client: Turnpike Enterprise. Contact Person: Mario Rojas (954) 975-4855.<br />

CEI- $57 Million Project for widening of the Sawgrass Expressway from Atlantic Blvd. to Coral Ridge Dr. in Broward<br />

County, Florida. The roadway widening includes new pavement, drainage system improvements, bridge widening,<br />

lighting, signing and pavement marking, milling and resurfacing of the existing pavement, isolated shoulder widening,<br />

noise wall construction, and landscaping. The project also includes the installation of an Intelligent Transportation<br />

System (ITS). The ITS portion of the project includes the installation of Fiber Optic Cable, fiber optic splice vaults,<br />

Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTC), Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), an Incident Detection System (IDS), and<br />

cabinets and associated equipment. $57 million.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT I and II) Milling and<br />

Resurfacing MP 0.0 to MP 9.2<br />

Florida Turnpike Enterprises, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector performing CEI services including Milling and Resurfacing of MP 10.6 to MP 16.8 and MP 19.7 to<br />

MP 22.5, Miami-Dade County, FL.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Improvements to Deerfield Toll Plaza Sawgrass Expressway/Florida’s<br />

Turnpike Interchange<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector performing CEI services on the construction of a double-span SunPass Gantry with Equipment<br />

Building, to the west of the existing Deerfield Mainline Toll Plaza; roadway, electrical and mechanical systems,<br />

landscaping, highway lighting, signing/pavement marking and tunnel modifications; construction of concrete signature<br />

walls, retaining and ITS devices. (Construction Costs $39.2 M) .<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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d.<br />

e.<br />

f.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sawgrass Expressway Widening Atlantic Boulevard to Coral Ridge Drive<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Roadway Inspector. In charge of supervising project inspectors, coordinating work with contractor, monitor field<br />

log books and all other roadway activities.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

I-95 Mobility 2000 CEI Services<br />

Palm Beach County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Roadway Inspector. In charge of supervising project inspectors, coordinating work with contractor on a daily basis,<br />

monitor field books/log books and other roadway activities such as lane closures, base, asphalt, milling and resurfacing,<br />

water main inspection, highway lighting, drilled shaft for mast arms and striping inspection from Gateway Boulevard to<br />

6th Ave. S.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hallandale Beach Blvd. Bridge Replacement<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2004<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Roadway Inspector. On this twin bascule bridge replacement project with a construction cost of over $ 55 million.<br />

Principally involved in the inspection of new water main construction, street lighting, drilled shaft construction for mast<br />

arms, and all asphalt paving. Client: FDOT, District IV.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

HANS ERIE<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP, Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Inspector<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

27<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

2<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

B.S., Construction Management, Florida International University,<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

CTQP Final Estimates Level 1, Exp. 4/17/2014; CTQP Final Estimates Level 2, Exp. 4/24/2014; CTQP Drilled Shaft<br />

Inspection, Exp. 4/18/2013; CTQP Asphalt Paving Level 1 & 2, Exp. 11/7/2012; CTQP Concrete Field Technician Level 1,<br />

Exp. 11/14/2012; CTQP Earthwork Level 2, Exp. 4/21/2016; A.C.I. Concrete Field Technician, Exp. 5/31/2013; Certified<br />

in Traffic Safety in the Work Zone; Intermediate Work Zone Traffic Control; FDEP Stormwater, Erosion Control Inspector;<br />

Radiation Safety/Nuclear Density Gauge; OSHA 30 Hour Occupational Safety and Health Certification; LIMS – Laboratory<br />

Information Management Module<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 112/I-1195 from I-95 (N.W. 10th Avenue) to Biscayne Bay<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

10/2010 – Present:– Senior Inspector for Construction Engineering and Inspections services for roadway improvements<br />

including roadway and bridge widening, new concrete pavement and the existing concrete pavement rehabilitation,<br />

retaining walls, barrier walls, guardrails, overhead signs, relocation of ITS signs, drainage, signalization, lighting, etc.<br />

Financial Management No. 405578-1-62-01.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SFWMD, Compartment B Build-Out<br />

Palm Beach County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector for 9,500-acre Compartment B Project area located between existing Stormwater Treatment Area 2<br />

(STA 2) and U.S. Highway 27, generally comprises three (3), irregularly shaped, adjoining areas that are identified as<br />

the North Build-out Area (NBO), STA 2 Cell 4 (Cell 4), and the South Build-out Area (SBO). The District intends to<br />

construct an additional STA on Compartment B to further assist existing STAs in improving the quality of water<br />

entering the Everglades Protection Area (EPA). The three pump stations in Compartment B will have capacities of<br />

1,610 cubic feet per second (cfs), 1,120 cfs and 480 cfs.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Improvements to Deerfield Toll Plaza Sawgrass Expressway/Florida’s<br />

Turnpike Interchange<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector responsible for CEI services on the construction of a double-span SunPass Gantry with Equipment<br />

Building, to the west of the existing Deerfield Mainline Toll Plaza; roadway, electrical and mechanical systems,<br />

landscaping, highway lighting, signing/pavement marking and tunnel modifications; construction of concrete signature<br />

walls, retaining and ITS devices. (Construction Costs $39.2 M)<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sawgrass Expressway Road and Bridge Widening<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector. Inspections included asphalt, base, and minor bridge and miscellaneous structures like nonstandard<br />

concrete box culverts, sound barriers and other structural supports.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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e.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SunPass Challenge Ticket Systems<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector. Coordination and Field supervision of Sunpass Projects from Lantana to Fort Pierce Toll Plazas. Work<br />

included non-standard concrete box culverts, sign structures. Inspected installation of toll plaza SunPass lanes.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sawgrass Expressway Widening<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2004<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Senior Inspector. Responsibilities include daily inspection of construction, measurement of quantities of work<br />

completed, material testing, and the preparation of daily and weekly construction reports and other miscellaneous<br />

reports and duties as assigned. Coordination and field supervision of junior inspectors. Inspections included asphalt,<br />

base, and three minor bridges widening and miscellaneous structures like nonstandard concrete box culverts, retaining<br />

walls, sound barriers and other structural supports.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

HENRY OLANO<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP, Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Sr. Roadway Inspector<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

New Professional Technical Institute, 2005, Miami, FL<br />

Universidad Externa de Colombia Bogotá, 1984, Colombia<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

20<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

2<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

CTQP Asphalt Paving Technician Level 1, Exp. 8/22/2016; CTQP Asphalt Paving Technician, Level II, Exp. 5/22/2013;<br />

CTQP Concrete Field Technician Level I, Exp. 4/21/2012; CTQP Earthwork Construction Inspection Level 1, Exp.<br />

5/13/2016; CTQP Earthwork Construction Inspection Level 2, Exp. 2/1/2013; CTQP, Final Estimates Level I, Exp.<br />

6/15/2016; MOT Intermediate; Troxler Nuclear Safety Gauge Certified; OSHA Certification; HAZMAT. Certification DOT<br />

and IATA; ACI-Concrete Field Testing Technician- Grade I<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Port of Miami Tunnel<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Inspector for Construction Engineering and Inspections which involves the tunnel connection between Watson Island<br />

and Port of Miami (Dodge Island), connections to the Port of Miami roadway system and widening MacArthur Causeway<br />

Bridge.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Homestead Extension of the Florida’s Turnpike, from MP 0.0 to 9.2,<br />

MP 11.8 to 16.8, and MP 20.0 to 22.5<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Inspector assisting the Sr. Inspector in the monitoring of the milling and resurfacing operations, and construction of<br />

safety improvements.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Sawgrass Expressway Sunrise Toll Plaza Modifications for the Florida’s<br />

Turnpike<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Roadway and building inspector for roadway inspection performing field inspection and documenting of construction<br />

activities on roadway and other highway-related structures including building demolition and construction, structural<br />

support for highway structures, signs, luminaries and traffic signals. Also in charge of all materials certification<br />

compliance and materials sampling, testing and verification.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

I-95 Mobility 2000 CEI Services<br />

Palm Beach County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CE&I / Inspector-Field inspection & supervision of asphalt paving, bridge fabrication, concrete work (cast-in place<br />

walls, drill shaft), earthwork, placement of drainage lines, electrical installation (street lighting/traffic lighting), and<br />

landscaping operations. Prepared punch lists indicating deviations from approved drawings, structural calculations and<br />

laboratory test reports. Prepared detailed reports indicating compliance or non-compliance with contract documents<br />

and/or specifications.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

ERNESTO MARIN<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Contract Support Specialist<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

M.S. Business Administration, University of Miami, 1998<br />

Continuous Studies Construction Management, University of Miami,<br />

1984<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

24<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual - Spanish<br />

a.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Local Agency Program, FDOT District 6<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Responsible for coordination, contract administration and monitoring of construction contracts.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

GOB Sidewalk Improvements<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Construction Manager for the Public Works Department’s sidewalk improvement program in overseeing contractors to<br />

include conducting the preconstruction meeting; notifying the public; responding to complaints; issuing the work<br />

orders; inspecting the work; documenting the progress; enforcing the construction codes; recommending approval of<br />

Contractor’s payments; conducting final inspections and generating punch lists. Also the Consultant will be<br />

responsible for submitting a monthly report that documents and quantifies all completed work by the Contractor.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami, General Engineering Consultant Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Coordinator assisting the City of Miami with a city-wide range of engineering services in bringing to completion<br />

the production of numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FEMA-funded Reconstruction Program<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Construction Manager for engineering and construction of over 3,000 sites damaged by floods in Miami-Dade County.<br />

The $350 Million program included the participation of over 150 consultant and contractors.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hurricane Remedial Work<br />

City of Ft. Lauderdale, Broward County and Miami-Dade<br />

County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Construction Manager for various vertical construction projects in providing hurricane repairs as a result of Hurricanes<br />

Katrina and Wilma.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAM<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

1<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

District Six<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Danny Iglesias, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 470-5289.<br />

Program Management services for over 250 LAP projects. Services include coordinating with local LAP certified<br />

government agencies to develop, design, acquire right-of-way and construction transportation facilities. The<br />

Local Agency Program is administered and funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the<br />

Department enters into Local Agency Program agreements with Certified Local Agencies to receive<br />

reimbursement for approved improvements. Each agency is required to comply with all applicable federal<br />

statutes, rules and regulations.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-<br />

Tech, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

COMPARTMENT “B” BUILDOUT OF STORMWATER TREATMENT<br />

AREAS (STAS)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

2<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If<br />

applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

South Florida Water Management<br />

District<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Craig Wilson<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(561) 686-8800<br />

Construction management services to augment staff in the construction of additional Stormwater Treatment<br />

Areas (STAs) to cleanup waters flowing to the Everglades. Compartment B is located in western Palm Beach<br />

County approximately 25 miles south of<br />

Lake Okeechobee. Work on this project<br />

involves the construction of the North<br />

Buildout (NBO) and the South Buildout<br />

(SBO) and includes new seepage canals,<br />

an inflow canal, spreader and collector<br />

canals, gated water control structures<br />

and associated levees in order to create<br />

the Stormwater Treatment Areas (STAs).<br />

Consul-Tech will perform construction<br />

management and surveying services<br />

which shall included, but is not limited<br />

to, project coordination, construction<br />

monitoring, submittal review and<br />

processing, project controls, materials<br />

testing and surveying, project close-out<br />

and monthly activity reporting..<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING & OBSERVATIONS<br />

FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

3<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2007<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Miami<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Pedro Hernandez, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 250-5400<br />

Construction engineering, inspection, and management services of miscellaneous project throughout the City<br />

and other work in support of the construction and maintenance programs involving multiple road resurfacing<br />

and reconstruction projects, speed abatement, drainage improvements, etc. Services included investigations,<br />

observations, cost estimation, construction contract administration, review of work prepared by other<br />

consultants. Construction Cost $25,000,000.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-<br />

Tech, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FEMA CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING & INSPECTIONS<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER’S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

4<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Works<br />

Department<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Eduardo Vega, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(786) 552-8571<br />

vegae@miamidade.gov<br />

Overall management of the engineering and construction administration to include supervision of over 3,300<br />

sites affected by flooding due to Hurricane Irene (October 1999) and the “No-Name” Storm (October 2000).<br />

Services included construction engineering and inspection services of drainage system cleaning, road<br />

restoration, drainage replacement, culvert cleaning/replacement, canal dredging, roadway design and surveying<br />

services.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FEMA DORM Drainage<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER’S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

5<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Department of<br />

Environmental Resources Mgmt.<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Eduardo Vega, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(786) 552-8571<br />

vegae@miamidade.gov<br />

Responsible for the management of a $380 Million program for the replacement and upgrade of roadways and<br />

drainage systems at over 3,000 sites in Miami-Dade County, damaged during Hurricane Irene and the No-Name<br />

Storm. The repairs ranged from simple<br />

roadway resurfacing to full roadway<br />

reconstruction and drainage improvements.<br />

The engineering design process began with<br />

the inspection of each individual site which<br />

allowed the determination of whether<br />

resurfacing or reconstruction was the<br />

appropriate required scope of work, as well<br />

as making a preliminary evaluation of the<br />

hazard mitigation measures that could be<br />

implemented at a particular site. The design process required coordination with<br />

the following disciplines: geotechnical consultants, utilities, DERM<br />

(permitting), other County design programs, and survey work. Consul-Tech was<br />

retained by the County at the beginning of the program to provide a complete<br />

solution which included a procurement plan for consultant and contractors, the<br />

development of design standards, engineering design, construction<br />

administration, and coordination of projects. Consul-Tech was responsible for<br />

developing all the program guidelines and procedures and the administration and coordination of over 160 firms<br />

that participated in the program, including designers, geotechnical consultants, surveyors and contractors.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CITY OF MIAMI GENERAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANT<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

6<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Miami<br />

CIP & Transportation Department<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Alice Bravo, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 470-1225<br />

General Engineering Consultant performing a wide range of<br />

engineering services to assist the City in the implementation and<br />

completion of a $610 Million Capital Improvement Program<br />

including roadways, parks and facilities. Services included<br />

program management, project scope development, project<br />

estimates and budget, project tracking, construction engineering<br />

and inspection services. The general objective was to prepare<br />

a set of plans to be used to build the project and the<br />

elements of work included roadways, intersections, surveys,<br />

drainage, signing and pavement markings, signalization,<br />

lighting, utility relocation, landscaping and irrigation,<br />

maintenance of traffic, cost estimates, environmental<br />

permits, environmental mitigation plans, quantity<br />

computation books, and all necessary incidental items for a<br />

complete project.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Prime – Engineering and<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CITY OF FORT LAUDERDALE<br />

CONTINUING CONTRACT FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES<br />

Fort Lauderdale, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

City of Fort Lauderdale<br />

Elkin Diaz, P.E., MBA<br />

ediaz@fortlauderdale.gov<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (<strong>CSA</strong>) was contracted by the City of Fort<br />

Lauderdale to provide civil engineering consultants services<br />

to include design, permitting, preparation of construction<br />

documents and participation in the implementation of<br />

various City projects. <strong>CSA</strong> will be directly responsible for<br />

all services as it relates to roadway and site design,<br />

neighborhood improvements and beautification,<br />

underground utility design, site grading and stormwater<br />

runoff modeling and design, erosion and sediment control<br />

design, pavement marking and signage design,<br />

maintenance of traffic (MOT), engineering analysis, cost<br />

estimation and reporting, permitting, construction<br />

observation and inspection, shop drawing review,<br />

preparation of project rendering and presentation<br />

materials, specialized training to City staff, and<br />

coordination with City staff, consultants, utility owners and<br />

contractors.<br />

To date, <strong>CSA</strong> has been commissioned to perform services for the following tasks:<br />

Task 1: Outfall design of Two Control Structures into North Fork New River<br />

Task 2: Lighting<br />

Task 3: River Oaks Preserve<br />

Task 4: Drainage and Tidal Flooding Problems at Riviera Isles (Phase I)<br />

Task 5: CEI for Commercial Boulevard Landscape<br />

Task 6: CEI for NE 15th Street Landscaping Improvements<br />

Task 7: Bridge Replacement Harborage Parkway<br />

Task 8: SR A1A Light Replacement Project<br />

Task 9: Sunrise Boulevard Landscape Improvements<br />

Task 10: River Oaks Preserve<br />

Task 11: Aquatic Center Master Plan<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

7<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 828-6539<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

Prime - Engineering<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

HURRICANE RECOVERY PROGRAM – DISTRICT SIX<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

8<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If<br />

applicable)<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Ronald Steiner<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 470-5354<br />

Program management, inspection and construction management services for the Hurricane Recovery Program<br />

for Monroe and Miami-Dade Counties, Florida affected by Hurricane Katrina and Rita.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

HURRICANE RECOVERY PROGRAM – DISTRICT ONE<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

9<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If<br />

applicable)<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

District One<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Jonathan Sands<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(863) 519-2222<br />

Program management, inspection and construction<br />

management services for the Hurricane Recovery<br />

Program for twelve counties in southwest and central<br />

Florida affected by Hurricane Charley, Frances,<br />

Jeanne and Wilma. Consul-Tech was responsible for<br />

management of 15 contractors working under more<br />

than 50 separate contracts, set-up of Hurricane<br />

Operations Center and recruited more than 8 Project<br />

Engineers, 16 subconsultant firms, 25 Senior<br />

Inspectors, 35 Road/Bridge Inspectors and over 125<br />

Debris Field Monitors. Inspection teams have<br />

managed and accounted for more than 150,000 sign<br />

repairs, temporary and permanent repairs to over 500<br />

signalized intersections, and supervised and<br />

accounted for over one-million cubic yards of<br />

hurricane related debris.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SR 112 & I-195 FROM I-95 TO BISCAYNE BAY<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

10<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If<br />

applicable)<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

District Six<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Ivan Hay<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 650-0004<br />

Construction Engineering and Inspection<br />

services for roadway improvements that will<br />

include replacing curb and gutter and guardrail<br />

in the median with concrete barrier wall;<br />

upgrading substandard bridge railings; widening<br />

outside roadway and bridge shoulders; providing<br />

an exclusive EB and WB auxiliary lane from I-95<br />

to North Miami Avenue; extending the existing<br />

acceleration lane from Biscayne Boulevard to<br />

WB I-195 and providing a new connection from<br />

North Miami Avenue to NE 1st Avenue via a<br />

new local road, NE 37th Street.<br />

The culmination of these improvements will<br />

facilitate access to neighboring communities<br />

and businesses including the Design District<br />

and Midtown Miami. Financial Management<br />

No. 405578-1-62-01.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Construction Engineering &<br />

Inspections<br />

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26. NAMES OF KEY<br />

PERSONNEL<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 12)<br />

Maurizio Arze, P.E.<br />

Peter J. Medico, P.E<br />

Simon Gutierrez de Pineres,<br />

P.E.<br />

Cary S. Rea<br />

Marina Gershanovich<br />

Sharon Singh-Hagyan<br />

Mohammad Besharat<br />

Hans Erie<br />

Henry Olano<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

27. ROLE IN THIS<br />

CONTRACT<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 13)<br />

Sr. Project Engineer<br />

Sr. Project Engineer<br />

Sr. Project Engineer<br />

Construction<br />

Management Facilities<br />

Contract Compliance<br />

Specialist<br />

Resident Compliance<br />

Officer<br />

Sr. Inspector<br />

Sr. Inspector<br />

Sr. Inspector<br />

28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F<br />

(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below before completing<br />

table. Place "X" under project key number for<br />

participation in same or similar role.)<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)<br />

1<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

Local Agency Program<br />

2 CEI Services for Compartment B STAs 7<br />

6 City of Miami General Engineering Consultant<br />

City of Fort Lauderdale Continuing Civil<br />

Engineering<br />

3 City of Miami Construction Observation Services 8 Hurricane Recovery Program District 6<br />

4<br />

FEMA Construction Engineering and Inspection<br />

Services<br />

9 Hurricane Recovery Program District 1<br />

5 FEMA Dorm Drainage 10 SR 112 & I-195 from I-95 to Biscayne Bay<br />

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ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING /<br />

PERMITTING<br />

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12. NAME<br />

WILSON ORTIZ, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Civil / Water Resources Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

BS, Civil Engineering, University of P.R., Mayagüez, 1990<br />

MS, Civil Engineering, University of P.R., Mayagüez, 1991<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

19<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer in Puerto Rico License No. 11578<br />

Professional Engineer in Florida License No. 70000<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual – Spanish and English<br />

College of Professional Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico, Water Environment Federation, American Water Works<br />

Association, Interamerican Environmental Engineering Association, American Academy of Environmental Engineers<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Puerto Rico Water Capital Improvement Program<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Technical Leader and was in charge of the management of the East Region program’s water/wastewater engineering<br />

team. <strong>CSA</strong> was the East Region Program Manager for the Puerto Rico Aqueducts and Sewer Authority's (PRASA)<br />

Capital Improvement Program. Efforts included the planning and development of the Capital Improvement Plan for the<br />

region, conceptual designs, design management, environmental permitting, land acquisition, construction<br />

management, Program Management, Geographic Information System (GIS) and facility start-up services, among others.<br />

Total Installed Cost: $700,000,000.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Beatriz Reservoir<br />

Caguas, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Technical Leader for this project, responsible for developing the preliminary design for raw water line, dam, and<br />

transmission line, and in charge of producing the Preliminary Engineering Report for the new water treatment plant.<br />

This project was developed to increase supply including the construction of a 36-meter high by 450-meter long<br />

earthen dam and reservoir along Beatriz creek. The reservoir storage capacity is 6,161 acre-feet and has an area of<br />

approximately 139 acres. <strong>CSA</strong> managed and revised the Environmental Impact Statement. Total Installed Cost:<br />

$80,000,000.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Valenciano Reservoir<br />

Juncos, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Technical Leader on Construction of a new dam and reservoir along the Rio Valenciano, which would inundate<br />

approximately 554 acres. The Valenciano reservoir would have a drainage area of approximately 14.5 square miles; its<br />

maximum storage volume available would be approximately 20,000 acre-feet and yield an average of 14.4 mgd, with a<br />

maximum yield of 21.6 mgd. Total Installed Cost: $150,000,000.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Ensenada Sanitary Sewer System<br />

Guanica, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Engineering Supervisor for Infrastructure project which was developed to collect, transport and discharge the sanitary<br />

sewer collection system for Ensenada Community and other sectors that now dispose their sanitary sewer in septic<br />

tanks and by others means. The inadequate structural conditions of the septic tanks, growing volume of domestic<br />

waste and ponding areas surrounding the tanks site, generally result in discharges of sewage overland and with flows<br />

reaching Guanica Bay. In addition, the project provided the required facilities for the tourist and recreational<br />

developments for this area. The project provided environmental improvementS resulting in a better quality of life for<br />

the local population. Total Installed Cost: $10,500,000.<br />

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e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Cayey Waste Water Treatment Plant Engineering Study and<br />

Design<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2000<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2000<br />

Served as Water Resources Engineer on this project which encompassed the planning and design phases for the design<br />

of a pump station, force line and the 9.5 MGD advance treatment plant in the Municipality of Cayey. Engineering<br />

support services were also provided during construction. Total Installed Cost: $57,000,000.<br />

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12. NAME<br />

ROBERTO LEON, P.E., PMP<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S., Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca,<br />

NY, 1996<br />

M.S., Environmental & Water Quality, Massachusetts Institute<br />

Technology, 1997<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

14<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

14<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Puerto Rico License No. 16949<br />

Professional Engineer, Miami License No. 73680<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual – Spanish and English<br />

Puerto Rico Society of Professional Engineers (PRSPE) / Puerto Rico Water and Environment Association (PRWEA)<br />

Water Environment Federation (WEF) / Cornell and MIT Alumni Associations<br />

Asociación Interamericana de Ingeniería Sanitaria y Ciencias del Ambiente (AIDIS)<br />

College of Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico (CIAPR) / Cornell Society of Engineers<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Puerto Rico Convention Center District<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2006<br />

Convention facility and its anticipated ancillary hotels, restaurants, retail establishments, park system and commercial<br />

developments to be constructed on approximately 110 acres of land in Isla Grande. The total public investment cost<br />

for the Convention Center, the park system and the required infrastructure is estimated at $415 million. The private<br />

development of the parcels within the District will increase the investment from public and private funds to $1.3<br />

billion. Cost: $1,300,000,000<br />

Role: General technical consulting to the owner, management of the procurement of all required environmental<br />

documents, including EIS, Siting Consultation, Phase I studies, archaeological studies, among others. Management of<br />

architecture and engineering design of the District's infrastructure, including a park system. Management of the<br />

procurement of all required environmental documents, including EIS, Siting Consultation, Phase I studies,<br />

archaeological studies, among others.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hacienda San José<br />

Caguas, PR<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2005<br />

Site and utilities engineering and environmental services for the $400 million development of approximately 1,700<br />

units constructed on 362 acres of land. The site plan was tailored to the particular topography, soils, waterways and<br />

natural vegetation of the site. The goal of the development plan was to reduce potential impact to the earth curst and<br />

minimizes the removal of vegetation. In addition, <strong>CSA</strong> prepared the EIS and related studies, an erosion and sediment<br />

control plan designed to protect areas from increased volumes of storm runoff, higher peak flows and to maintain or<br />

improve water quality. Cost: $400,000,000<br />

Role: Water supply analysis, water well development investigations, and procurement of various environmental<br />

permits/endorsements.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Four Seasons San Miguel Resort EIS<br />

Luquillo, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2004<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N / A<br />

Environmental Impact Statement for the resort development that includes the construction of a resort hotel, hotel<br />

villas, beach facilities, tennis complex, 18-hole golf course and the necessary infrastructure (access roads, wastewater<br />

treatment plant, water mains, etc.). Outstanding features are the conservation and enhancement of the natural<br />

resources in its surroundings. The project proposes conservation zones and protection activities managed through<br />

integral plan for the care of these resources. The project includes the development and implementation of<br />

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management plans for the wetlands, rivers, sand dunes, and wildlife on the property. Cost: $579,000,000<br />

Role: Overall coordination and execution of all environmental studies, development of an EIS, Siting Consultation,<br />

Section 404 Permit, agency endorsements, more than 15 biological and environmental field studies, among others.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

PR-66 Highway and Toll Plaza<br />

Canóvanas, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Ongoing<br />

PR-66 is the latest addition to the “Red vial estratégica de Puerto Rico”. It will connect expressway PR-53 and<br />

Expressway PR-26 to create a non-stop trip from San Juan to the eastern part of the island. <strong>CSA</strong> is working on the<br />

second phase of the project with a road length of more than 8 km. There are nineteen bridges along the Toll road<br />

through a cross country area. This expressway will have four lanes (two each direction) with future expansion to six<br />

lanes (three each direction). The estimated construction cost is approximately $180 MM plus $50MM on land<br />

acquisitions. There is a toll plaza on the center of the project that will be a high speed toll with four high speed lanes<br />

and eight coin change lanes. Due to the proximity of El Yunque National forest, the environmental aspects of the<br />

project are being toughened and meticulously observed. Cost: Phase I $300,000,000; Phase II $230,000,000<br />

Role: Overall coordination and execution of all environmental studies and principal in charge of the project.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Arecibo Resource Recovery Facility<br />

Arecibo, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Ongoing<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> is the lead environmental and engineering consultant to Puerto Rico’s first Waste To Energy (WTE) project<br />

estimated at $500M. This project allows Puerto Rico to diversify energy production and address the waste<br />

management crisis currently impacting economic development. The facility will be located in an abandoned brownfield<br />

site in Arecibo that was formerly a paper mill/ manufacturing plant. The new facility will process approximately 2,100<br />

tons per day of municipal solid waste, producing approximately 80MW of renewable energy and recovering<br />

approximately 280 tons of recyclable ferrous and non-ferrous material. <strong>CSA</strong> prepared the Environmental Impact<br />

Statement (EIS) and permitting on an expedited schedule. The approved EIS included fourteen (14) technical and<br />

scientific studies. Cost: $500,000,000<br />

Role: Principal in charge of the project.<br />

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12. NAME<br />

CHARLES ALAN HALL, P.E.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc., Miami, Florida<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Water Resources<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Engineering Management Nova University<br />

Graduate Studies towards M.S., Engineering Management<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

C-51 Flood Control Project<br />

Palm Beach County, Florida<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

35<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

4<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 32951<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for the design and construction of a $200 million flood control and water quality treatment project<br />

serving 174 square mile urban watershed. Project elements included a 6,600-acre above-ground stormwater detention<br />

area, two stormwater pumping stations of 3,900 cubic feet per second each, and 6.5 miles of conveyance canal<br />

enlargements.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Kissimmee River Restoration Demonstration Project<br />

Okeechobee County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project hydrologist for a $15 million pilot project designed to demonstrate the feasibility of large-scale river restoration<br />

by strategically installing three steel sheet-pile notched wiers in a canal which was 30 feet deep and 250 feet wide.<br />

This project was so successful that a $430 million joint federal-state river restoration program was subsequently<br />

approved founded upon the Demonstration Project’s performance and principles.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Everglades Forever Act Implementation<br />

South Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager responsible for the identification and organization of the necessary agency resources to implement the<br />

requirements of this landmark Florida legislation. Project elements included: a $700 million water quality<br />

improvement construction program, a regulatory program for monitoring agricultural clean-up efforts, a research<br />

program to identify best management practices (BMPs) and new clean-up technologies, and a fiscal management<br />

program to generate revenues and monitor expenses.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CERP – ASR Pilot Projects Source Water Characterization,<br />

South Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for two south Florida Aquifer Storage and Recovery Source Water Characterization studies in support<br />

of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan. Project work involves sampling and analysis for both surface waters<br />

and ground water from the Upper Floridian Aquifer system.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Loxahatchee Wetland Mitigation Bank,<br />

Palm Beach County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Construction Director for the restoration of a 1,250 acre wetland system in south Florida. Developed and designed the<br />

hydrologic restoration and hydraulic performance criteria for the removal of exotic vegetation and recovery and planting<br />

of natural wetland species. Project is used for selling of mitigation credits for developments. Example of a highly<br />

successful private-public partnership between Foster Wheeler and the SFWMD.<br />

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12. NAME<br />

AGNES AYUSO<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Civil / Hydraulic / Environmental<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

Engineer<br />

17<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

MS in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts<br />

Institute of Technology. MA - 1995<br />

BS in Environmental Engineering Science, Massachusetts<br />

Institute of Technology. MA - 1993<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

13<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer in Puerto Rico License No. 19203<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual – Spanish and English<br />

Professional Association of Engineers and Land Surveyors of Puerto Rico.<br />

American Society of Civil Engineers<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

PRASA Unaccounted for Water Recovery Program<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Evaluation of various water distribution systems in the PRASA East Region using a macro-sectorization approach to<br />

lower the unaccounted for water (UFW).<br />

Role: Hydraulic Engineer and Modeler for the project. She estimates the UFW in the East Region water distribution<br />

systems of El Yunque (supply of 12 mgd) and Fajardo-Luquillo (supply of 14 mgd), and analyzes data on system<br />

supplies (resulting from field measurement program for flow and pressure) as well as data on system billing (resulting<br />

from commercial database extract). Ms. Ayuso is also in charge of providing a list of recommendations (operational<br />

opportunities).<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

PRASA Optimization Project<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

An integrated approach to water distribution system optimization was developed to study high pressure in the system.<br />

Pressures are regulated to an optimum of 30-50 psi by PRASA. The purpose of this project was to reduce pressures to<br />

this range in areas of high pressure. This project provided to operations staff at the Regional level the information to<br />

appropriately regulate pressure in their systems and bring down water consumption, leakages and costs, provided<br />

validated models on H2OMAP Water, and set the stage for setting up digital data/control centers in the Regions and<br />

central office. Total Installed Cost: $1,400,000<br />

Role: . As a Technical Leader for the project, Ms. Ayuso was responsible for the conceptualization of the technical<br />

strategy, consisting of using the hydraulic models to reduce pressures and bring down the water losses and operational<br />

expenses on selected sectors (18 sectors islandwide, up to 40 mgd). She developed water balances to determine<br />

potential non-revenue water reduction volumes according to IWA/AWWA water balance format, and provided technical<br />

support to PRASA management. She supervised and trained the eight-member staff of hydraulic modeling and GIS<br />

team performing field measurements, calibration, and system mapping and design, and facilitated meetings with<br />

PRASA Operations, for coordination, data acquisition, and the implementation of recommendations.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Puerto Rico Water Capital Improvement Program<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> was selected as the East Region Program Manager for PRASA’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). This is a<br />

$700 million plus program with over 140 projects identified in the region. For these water and wastewater projects,<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> offered a wide range of services including: program management, engineering and design management,<br />

geographic information system (GIS), environmental compliance, land acquisition, construction management, and<br />

start-up and commissioning. Ms. Ayuso worked as Hydraulic Modeler for the project. Total Installed Cost:<br />

$700,000,000<br />

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d.<br />

e.<br />

f.<br />

Role: She prepared the hydraulic model and system mapping and design for the water distribution systems for<br />

Valenciano Reservoir (6 WTPs, 28 mgd) and Beatriz Reservoir (2 WTPs, 19 mgd).<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

AFI Hydraulic Models Support and Planning<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> developed the Water Resources Planning and Hydraulic Modeling for the Southwest Regional Aqueduct, and<br />

provided support for other services including program management, engineering and design management, construction<br />

management, and start-up and commissioning. The Southwest Regional Aqueduct report analyzes the existing water<br />

distribution system of the PRASA Mayagüez and San German Areas. The Mayagüez Area comprises the municipalities<br />

of Mayagüez, Añasco and Hormigueros; the San German Area comprises Cabo Rojo, San Germán, Lajas and Sabana<br />

Grande; and the Municipality of Guánica does not pertain to the San Germán area, but was included in this study. A<br />

computerized model of the distribution system was prepared for the analysis. The major priorities were to combine the<br />

separate distribution systems and provide sufficient supply to meet the maximum day demands and accommodate<br />

future growth. A new reservoir system, supplied by Río Añasco, was identified to provide the raw water. A new<br />

Southwest Regional WTP was recommended to work with existing plants in order to provide the needed capacity. A<br />

dam and reservoir system was recommended for Rio Casey to provide a safe yield of 50 mgd to serve the existing<br />

Miradero and a new water treatment plant. Water would be conveyed to all the municipalities within the Southwest<br />

region through the Southwest Regional Aqueduct (SWRA). Several new pipelines and pump stations were added to the<br />

model to connect the individual systems into a regional system, improve system performance, eliminate high head<br />

losses, and increase low pressures.<br />

Role: As a Hydraulic Modeler for the project, Ms. Ayuso performed a safe yield study of the Rio Casey and<br />

conceptualized the system - reservoir, WTP, and transmission pipelines. She also provided technical support for<br />

program management services to facilitate planning and management decisions, and aid designers and contractors.<br />

She performed system mapping and design of the water distribution system for Carolina-Canóvanas pump stations (14<br />

mgd) and the startup of various key projects – Fajardo WTP (12 mgd) and Canóvanas WTP (7 mgd).<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Hydraulic Model Development, Various Projects, US & PR<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Ms. Ayuso worked as Hydraulic Modeler for the project, conducting the development, calibration, and application of<br />

various models of drinking water distribution systems in Puerto Rico and the Southeastern U.S., including the North<br />

Central Region of Puerto Rico (wells, 33 mgd; 10 WTPs, 35 mgd); the Northwest Region of Puerto Rico (7 WTPs, 32<br />

mgd); Clayton County, Georgia (3 WTPs, 40 mgd); Augusta, Georgia (1 WTP, 60 mgd, wells, 20 mgd); and<br />

Tallahassee, Florida (wells, 40 mgd). Ms. Ayuso travelled to the study areas, met with operations staff, and<br />

participated in field programs to obtain information needed. She calibrated the models and used them to develop<br />

system mapping, and design and recommendations for improvements, and performed the analysis of river, reservoir,<br />

and aquifer safe yields.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Monitoring Station for Combined Puerto Nuevo/Bayamón WWTP<br />

Outfall<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2001<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

As the Design Coordinator for the project, Ms. Ayuso was responsible for the design of a monitoring station for the<br />

Combined Puerto Nuevo/Bayamón Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) outfall for PRASA. The WWTP handles the<br />

majority of metropolitan San Juan’s treated sewage. The monitoring station would allow measuring the flow and<br />

obtaining samples of the discharge for the mixing zone validation study conducted to retain USEPA 301h discharge<br />

permit. Ms. Ayuso also analyzed the hydraulic controls of the combined outfall to develop a travel-time spreadsheet<br />

model to be used in the field-sampling program prior to the construction of the monitoring station.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

JOSÉ SALGUERO<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Environmental Scientist<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

20<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

6<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

MS in Biology/Ecology, University of Puerto Rico, 1996 Planting and Forestation Professional /PSF309<br />

BS in Biology, University of Puerto Rico, 1991<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual – Spanish and English<br />

American Ornithologists' Union; American Birding Association; Association of Tropical Biology; Society for the Conservation<br />

and Study of Caribbean Birds; Cooper Ornithological Society; Ecological Society of America; International Society of<br />

Arboriculture; Neotropical Ornithological Society; Ornithological Society of North America; Puerto Rican Ornithological<br />

Society; Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society; Waterbird Society; Wilson Ornithological Society; World Parrot Trust; Association<br />

of Field Ornithologists; American Bird Conservancy; Sociedad de Historia Natural de Puerto Rico.<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Santa Isabel Wind Farm<br />

Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The Santa Isabel Wind Farm Project is the first wind farm project to be built in Puerto Rico on an industrial scale. <strong>CSA</strong><br />

worked with the client to evaluate the feasibility of building a wind farm in Puerto Rico, installing meteorological<br />

towers in several municipalities, conducting environmental studies, and preparing the Environmental Impact<br />

Statement and the Basis of Design. The project site is approximately 3,709 acres. The project scope included the<br />

installation of up to 65 wind turbine generators (WTG) of 2.3 MW to be constructed in phases. The initial construction<br />

phase design will deliver up to 75 MW of electric power to the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA)<br />

transmission grid under a Power Purchase Agreement. Construction of WTGs at all 65 locations will be staged<br />

depending on the specific power demands. Following construction, the permanent components will occupy an<br />

approximately 20 acres including: WTG foundations, WTGs, access roads, a power collection system, a 115 KV<br />

transmission line, an electrical substation, a switchyard, operations and maintenance building, and meteorological<br />

towers.<br />

Role: Mr. Salguero is responsible for coordinating and conducting all wildlife studies including the Terrestrial Flora and<br />

Fauna Study, Avian Flight Study and Bat-use Survey. He also participates in the preparation of the Environmental<br />

Impact Statement (EIS).<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Valenciano Dam and Reservoir<br />

Juncos, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The project comprises the construction of a new dam and reservoir along the Rio Valenciano, which would inundate<br />

approximately 554 acres. The Valenciano reservoir would have a drainage area of approximately 14.5 square miles; its<br />

maximum storage volume available would be approximately 20,000 acre-feet and yield an average of 14.4 million<br />

gallons per day (mgd), with a maximum yield of 21.6 mgd.<br />

Role: Mr. Salguero was the Coordinator for the Terrestrial and Aquatic Flora and Fauna Surveys, the Endangered<br />

Species Conservation Plan, the Management Plan for the Rio Valenciano Watershed, and the Mitigation Plan for the<br />

impacts associated to the construction and operation of Valenciano dam and reservoir. He especially coordinates<br />

activities associated to impacts to natural habitats of the federally listed Coquí Guajón frog. Efforts involved the design<br />

of artificial guajonales and connection pipeline (corridor), coordination and inspection of field activities in the<br />

mitigation area, and coordination with state and federal agencies. He was also in charge of writing and reviewing<br />

several sections of the EIS.<br />

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c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Bahía Urbana<br />

San Juan, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The project is a redevelopment along the San Antonio Channel, which would provide a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use<br />

waterfront area and create public access along the San Juan coast. The project would consist of both water and upland<br />

components and its purpose is to revitalize the currently debilitated and underused waterfront along the San Antonio<br />

Channel. The construction activities would impact Piers 7, 8, 9 and the eastbound parcel known as GDB Parcel with<br />

varying degrees of demolition, removal and new construction. The total construction cost of the enhancement projects<br />

was approximately $25 million. <strong>CSA</strong> is part of the development team for the Bahía Urbana project and its broad scope<br />

of work included comprehensive surveying work, assist in the environmental planning and permitting process, perform<br />

secondary studies related to the permitting process; and provide support in civil engineering for conceptual design of<br />

infrastructure to support the master plan of the development proposed along the San Antonio Channel.<br />

Role: Mr. Salguero was responsible for coordinating all wildlife studies including Terrestrial Flora and Fauna Study,<br />

Aquatic Flora and Fauna and Tree Surveys, and reforestation plans. He was responsible for preparing the Joint Permit<br />

Applications for the Department of the Army Permits as required, and participates in the preparation of the EIS.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Port of the Americas<br />

Ponce, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The proposed Port of the Americas is one of several strategic initiatives being taken by the government of Puerto Rico<br />

to promote the economic development of the Southern region of the island, reduce unemployment, and increase per<br />

capita income and direct investments from outside Puerto Rico. The project is designed to provide world-class deepdraft<br />

port facilities for container ships and for the transshipment of cargo containers for the international and local<br />

markets. It will be located within the jurisdictional limits of Guayanilla, Peñuelas, and Ponce municipalities.<br />

Role: Mr. Salguero worked as the Coordinator of the Port of the Americas Ecological Management Plan, which includes<br />

water quality studies at Ponce Bay, endangered species monitoring, restoration of coastal ecosystems, benthic<br />

communities monitoring, and environmental education. He also prepared a Biological Assessment and an Essential<br />

Fish Habitat Assessment, and conducted the Terrestrial and Marine Flora Surveys.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Guajataca Diversion Channel<br />

Quebradillas and Isabela, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

The project consisted on the rehabilitation of approximately 2.5 miles of an open trapezoidal Canal that transport raw<br />

water and served as the aqueduct to supply water to two Filtration Plants on the north side of the island. The Canal,<br />

constructed around 1930, was severely deteriorated due to frequent landslides of the area and lack of maintenance<br />

due to its extensive use. In order to repair the complete Canal section, a by-pass pumping station was required to<br />

deviate the waters and continue the normal operation of the system.<br />

Role: Mr. Salguero conducted the Terrestrial Flora and Fauna Study, and the Tree Inventory and Reforestation Plan for<br />

the project site, located within the limits of the Guajataca State Forest.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

FREDDIE ROMÁN, PE<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Mechanical Engineer<br />

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, University of<br />

Puerto Rico<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

10<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

6<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Puerto Rico, Lic. 16553<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida Lic. 66176<br />

Professional Engineer, New York Lic. 086188<br />

Certified Energy Manager<br />

Certified Testing and Balancing<br />

LEED Accredited Professional<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.) Bi-Lingual – Spanish and English<br />

College of Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico (CIAPR)<br />

Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)<br />

American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (ASHRAE)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Palo Seco and San Juan Power Plants Reverse Osmosis<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2005<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N / A<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Mechanical Engineer - Development of a new water supply system for these two (2) important facilities. Feasibility<br />

study and the construction of a test well, engineering design and specifications of a Sea Water Reverse Osmosis<br />

(SWRO) Plant, intended to convert sea water into demineralized water for use at the aforementioned power plants.<br />

Total Installed Cost: $15,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Puerto Rico Convention Center District<br />

Isla Grande, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2006<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Mechanical Engineer for master plan of Puerto Rico Convention Center District. The convention facility and its<br />

anticipated ancillary hotels, restaurants, retail establishments, park system and commercial developments are to be<br />

constructed on approximately 110 acres of land in Isla Grande. Cost: $1,300,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport<br />

Carolina, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Ongoing<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Mechanical Engineer for design and construction of a facility adjacent to the existing south ramp that provide contact<br />

gates for aircraft parked at the south ramp, provide for specialized facilities for handling group travelers, and allow use<br />

of the contact gates for scheduled carriers by providing a direct connection via Terminal B to the rest of the Luis<br />

Muñoz Marin terminals. Cost: $35,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

VA Hospital Electrical Distribution System Upgrade<br />

San Juan, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

N / A<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Mechanical Engineer for VA renovation and replacement of main electrical distribution equipment to be located in a<br />

new utility building. <strong>CSA</strong> is rendering engineering services, including the design of the new utility building, the<br />

replacement of the new electrical equipment, and procurement and construction services. Design will comply with the<br />

2005 National Electrical Code, current NFPA applicable codes, & Federal standards & regulations. Cost: $8,000,000<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Valenciano Dam and Reservoir<br />

Juncos, Puerto Rico<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Mechanical Engineer - The project comprises the construction of a new dam and reservoir along the Rio Valenciano,<br />

which would inundate approximately 554 acres. The Valenciano reservoir would have a drainage area of approximately<br />

14.5 square miles; its maximum storage volume available would be approximately 20,000 acre-feet and yield an<br />

average of 14.4 million gallons per day (mgd), with a maximum yield of 21.6 mgd.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SFWMD GENERAL ENGINEERING SERVICES<br />

EVERGLADES AGRICULTURAL AREA (EAA) COMPARTMENTS B & C<br />

BUILD-OUTS - STORMWATER TREATMENT AREA (STA)<br />

Palm Beach and Hendry Counties, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

1<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

South Florida Water and<br />

Management Department (SFWMD)<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Jeffrey Kivett, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> is providing the design management of the<br />

restoration project of the Expedited Projects Program of South<br />

Florida Water Management District. We are responsible for<br />

management of budget and schedule for completion of the<br />

design of the project and management of design engineering<br />

consultant for timely submittal of design documents. We are also<br />

responsible for the coordination with SFWMD<br />

personnel in order to complete permit applications<br />

and to resolve issues which may impact schedule.<br />

The design of Compartment B Build-out Stormwater<br />

Treatment Area (STA) consists of a 6,700 acre<br />

constructed wetland to improve the quality of water<br />

entering the Everglades Protection Area. The project<br />

consists of 20 flow control structures, a new L-6<br />

Canal roller gate control structure, 13 miles of<br />

canals, 12 miles of levee and a bridge. The design<br />

of Compartment C Build-out STA consists of a<br />

6,400 acre constructed wetland to improve the<br />

quality of water entering the Everglades Protection<br />

Area. The project consists of 21 flow control<br />

structures, 23 miles of canals, and 18 miles of<br />

levee.<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(561) 242-5520 Ext 4018<br />

Compartment B Build-out<br />

Cost: $5 million<br />

Compartment C Build-out<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, FL<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Engineering – Environmental and<br />

Hydrology & Hydraulics<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

DISTRICTIWDE IMPLEMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE<br />

OF NPDES PERMITS<br />

Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Other Counties<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

2<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation District<br />

IV<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Stewart Magenheimer, P.G.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 776-1731<br />

Inventory Category I outfalls and associated facilities (conduits, junctions, control structures, swales) from outfall point to<br />

FDOT District Four roadways. Assist in developing a database system for FDOT to maintain the inventory data. Identify<br />

outfall system component sizes and construction material. Inspect systems for structural damage, pollutants, blockage,<br />

and overall condition. Perform dry weather screenings. Survey location of outfall facilities.<br />

Cost: $120,000<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-<br />

Tech, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> Company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, FL<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Environmental Engineering<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

HYDRAULIC MODELING OF PUERTO RICO WATER INFRASTRUCTURE<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

3<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Puerto Rico Aqueduct & Sewer Authority<br />

(PRASA)<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Eng. Jose Ortiz<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(787) 620-3718<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> was contracted to prepare hydraulic models of the water distribution systems across the island for planning capital<br />

improvements. To date, <strong>CSA</strong> has modeled three-fourths of the island. At present, <strong>CSA</strong> continues providing modeling<br />

services to PRASA, as we are now planning capital improvements on the East Region and West Region.<br />

The scope of work included hydraulic analysis, hydraulic modeling, and field studies to:<br />

• Inventory existing facilities, evaluate demands, and measure flow and pressure.<br />

• Develop and calibrate hydraulic model of existing distribution system.<br />

• Recommend improvements for additional supplies, pumping and storage facilities, transmission and distribution<br />

systems and operations.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> has also completed preliminary design of water transmission and distribution system facilities for the San Juan<br />

Metropolitan area, its integration strategy with North Coast Superaqueduct; and prepared Prepare Basis of Design for<br />

Design-Build Construction. The engineering preliminary design was also completed for the North Central Region of the<br />

island.<br />

A continuous service we provide to<br />

PRASA, as we are now modeling<br />

the East Region and West Region.<br />

Total Installed Cost: $5,000,000<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Hydrology & Hydraulics<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

VALENCIANO RESERVOIR<br />

Puerto Rico<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

4<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Ongoing<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Puerto Rico Aqueduct & Sewer Authority<br />

(PRASA)<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Eng. Jose Ortiz<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(787) 620-3718<br />

The East Central region of Puerto Rico, including the municipalities of<br />

Gurabo, Juncos, Las Piedras and San Lorenzo, is rapidly developing.<br />

Water supply in this region is scarce in spite of abundant rainfall and<br />

several sources of water supply. The existing water supply, treatment<br />

and distribution systems are unable to meet current demands, as current<br />

conditions indicate a serious water shortage at peak times. As<br />

development continues, water demands will continue to rise and thus<br />

the development of additional water supply is required. Recent studies<br />

have indicated that the maximum daily water shortage could reach over<br />

20 million gallons per day (mgd) by the year 2020 without a proper<br />

storage facility.<br />

The Valenciano River, located in the Municipality of Juncos, has been<br />

identified as a possible source of raw water since 1969. Previous<br />

studies indicated that the impoundment of the Rio Valenciano would<br />

provide a cost-effective solution to supply water to the region. The<br />

purpose of this project is to facilitate the implementation of the<br />

required action to meet the<br />

regional water needs.<br />

The project includes<br />

construction of a new dam<br />

and reservoir along the Rio<br />

Valenciano, to be located<br />

approximately 2 kilometers south of the town of Juncos. The new reservoir would<br />

inundate approximately 554 acres. The Valenciano reservoir would have a<br />

drainage area of approximately 14.5 square miles. The maximum storage volume<br />

available would be approximately 20,000 acre-feet and yield an average of 14.4<br />

million gallons per day (mgd), with a maximum yield of 21.6 mgd.<br />

The College of Engineers & Land Surveyors of Puerto Rico gave it an Outstanding Surveying Project award. The surveying<br />

and geospatial data was gathered from a wide array of sources over the last four decades due to various postponements.<br />

The methods and technologies used range from transit & tape measures to topographic surveys using LIDAR, including the<br />

use of total stations, GPS, GIS, and photogrammetry, among others. The vast effort included in integrating the information<br />

from multiple coordinates systems, datums, technologies, and methods, makes this a truly outstanding project.<br />

Total Installed Cost: $150,000,000<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Hydrology & Hydraulics<br />

c.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

ENSENADA PUMP STATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Puerto Rico Aqueduct & Sewer Authority<br />

(PRASA)<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Eng. Jose Ortiz<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

5<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2008<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(787) 620-3718<br />

The project is located in Guánica, along the road PR-325 and provides at its first stage, the infrastructure needed to<br />

transport and discharge the future sanitary sewer collection system for the communities of Ensenada, Guaypao, Salinas,<br />

Providencia and Playa Santa.<br />

As soon as all stages be completed, the project will solve the critical situation of this region that needs an adequate<br />

sanitary sewer system for the communities above mentioned, that now dispose their sanitary sewer in septic tanks and by<br />

others means. In addition, it will provide the required facilities for the touristic and recreational developments proposed for<br />

this area. It also will have the value added benefit of environmental improvement and help provide a better quality of life.<br />

The project comprises the following work:<br />

1. Construction of the Ensenada Sanitary Pump Station to receive the sanitary sewage from the mentioned<br />

communities.<br />

2. Installation of 8, 15 and 18 inches, PVC SDR-35 pipe for trunks sewer (segments of the Ensenada Community<br />

Sanitary Sewer System) that runs in common trench with the 14-inches diameter force line.<br />

3. Installations of the 14-inches diameter ductile iron force main, from the Ensenada pump station to the Guánica<br />

Wastewater Treatment Plant.<br />

4. Connection from the Ensenada force main to the existing Guánica Wastewater Treatment Plant.<br />

The 14-inch force main begins at the Ensenada Pump Station, runs along the PR-325, merges into roads PR-116 then<br />

runs through a residential area and connects to the existing wastewater treatment plan adjacent to the Guánica town. The<br />

proposed site for the Ensenada Pump Station is a clear lot adjacent to the shoreline immediately after the bridge.<br />

Total Installed Cost: $3,000,000<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Engineering; Environmental<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

BEATRIZ CREEK DAM & RESERVOIR<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Puerto Rico Aqueduct & Sewer Authority (PRASA)<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Eng. Jose Ortiz<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

6<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Ongoing<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(787) 620-3718<br />

The Beatriz Dam and Reservoir project was proposed by the PR Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (PRASA) in response to the<br />

existing and projected deficit of water supply in the Municipality of Caguas. The main project components include the following:<br />

• Construction of a 36 meter high by 450 meter long earthen Dam and reservoir over the Beatriz Creek, located 6 km<br />

southwest of Caguas, in the Beatriz Ward (the Reservoir Storage Capacity will be 6,161 acre-feet and will have an area of<br />

approximately 139 acres)<br />

• Installation of a water intake in the Turabo River and the corresponding raw water pipeline to supply the proposed<br />

reservoir<br />

• Construction of a water filtration plan with a production capacity of 13 million gallons per day<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> administered and technically reviewed the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that was previously prepared by other<br />

consultant. The EIS, as a planning instrument, is intended to identify potential environmental impacts and to delineate measures<br />

to prevent, minimize or mitigate those impacts. <strong>CSA</strong> also prepared and filed the Siting Consultation. The Siting Consultation<br />

process is established by the PR Planning Board to evaluate and rule on land use proposals.<br />

The Project proposal was originally received with skepticism by the community. An outreach program was developed, in<br />

coordination with PRASA, which effectively addressed the concerns of the community members. As part of aforementioned<br />

processes the following main tasks were performed by <strong>CSA</strong>:<br />

• Hydraulic model of the Caguas water system<br />

• Project design<br />

• Administration and technical revision of the EIS, including coordination with regulatory agencies<br />

• Revision and interpretation of field studies prepared for the EIS, including:<br />

o Transit Study o Tree Survey, Inventory and Cut Permit<br />

o Safe Yield Study o Aquatic Flora and Fauna<br />

o H&H Studies o Wetland Jurisdictional Determination<br />

o Sediment Yield Study o Phase IA & IB Archaeological Study<br />

o Morphologic Study o Hydraulic Modeling<br />

o Phase I Environmental Risk Study o Cumulative Impact<br />

o Sanitary Survey o Seismic Activity<br />

o Terrestrial Flora and Fauna o<br />

• Preparation and submittal of the Siting Consultation<br />

• Participation in the public hearings of the EIS and the Siting Consultation<br />

o Coordination of all the elements required to execute the hearings<br />

o Preparation and delivery of the presentation<br />

o Preparation of responses document to the administering agencies<br />

o Development and execution of the community outreach program<br />

Total Installed Cost: $80,000,000<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Program Management, Engineering,<br />

Environmental, and Land Acquisition<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

RIO BLANCO OFF-STREAM RESERVOIR<br />

Naguabo, Puerto Rico<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority José Ortiz<br />

(PRASA)<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

7<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2010<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

787-620-2277<br />

The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority has contracted <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> to provide project and construction management<br />

services for the Río Blanco Off-stream Reservoir and Intake Facilities Project. The project will increase the firm yield of the<br />

raw water intake to existing Río Blanco Water Treatment Plant which does not have sufficient water supply during periods<br />

of drought. The plant, with a design capacity of 18 mgd, supplies potable water to the municipalities of Naguabo,<br />

Humacao, a small area of Las Piedras and the islands of Vieques, Culebra. The project major components include:<br />

• Earthen Dam Embankment: An off-stream earthen<br />

dam on the east side of the Río Blanco floodplain<br />

with a normal pool (full reservoir), elevation of<br />

28.75 meters and a maximum design flood<br />

elevation of 29.95 meters. The reservoir will have<br />

approximately 4.4 million cubic meters of active<br />

storage (above elevation 13.5 m), not including the<br />

additional volume to be created by the excavation of<br />

borrow material from within the pool area.<br />

• River Intake: The intake structures in the river will<br />

consist of an upstream “intake” and a downstream<br />

“river weir”, which will create a shallow pool and<br />

thereby control water levels at the intake.<br />

• 66” ø Pipeline: A pipeline 2,439 meters long and<br />

66” in diameter will transport raw water by gravity from the intake to the off-stream dam.<br />

• 42” diameter Pipeline: A 765 meters, 42” in diameter raw water pipeline extending from the reservoir to the pump<br />

station, and an additional 571 meters of 42” in diameter raw water pipeline extending from the pump station to the<br />

treatment plant will be constructed.<br />

• 42” diameter Pipeline: A 42” diameter, 188 meters long gravity raw water pipeline to connect the wet pit of the<br />

existing pumps station to the new pump station.<br />

• Pump Station: A new raw water pump station equipped with 4-pumps, each 6,250 gpm and 200 horsepower.<br />

• Potable Water Pipeline: Approximately 187 meters of ductile iron potable water pipeline 16” in diameter will be<br />

installed from the treatment plant to the existing transmission system.<br />

In addition, <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> provided bid support and value engineering services to PRASA during the development phase of<br />

this project, reducing costs by 15 percent. The project was designed by Gregory L. Morris Engineering, PSC (GME), of San<br />

Juan, Puerto Rico, in conjunction with Golder Associates of Atlanta (USA), as sub-consultants for the design of the earthen<br />

dam embankment, and the geotechnical firm of GeoConsult of San Juan, Puerto Rico, as sub-consultant for all field<br />

geotechnical exploration<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, Puerto Rico<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Bid Support & Value Engineering; Project<br />

Management; Contract Management; Construction<br />

Oversight; Quality Assurance<br />

Inspection; Engineering Consulting; Environmental<br />

Assessment and Permits; Hydraulic Modeling &<br />

GIS; Community Relations<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

PORTUGUES DAM<br />

ENGINEERING SUPPORT<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Dragados USA<br />

Gonzalo Noriega<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

The project consist in the construction of a thick arch roller compacted<br />

concrete dam along the Portugues River in the Municipality of Ponce, Puerto<br />

Rico. The dam will be approximately 220 feet high with a length of 1,230<br />

feet and a storage capacity of approximately 9,500 acre-feet of water. One of<br />

the benefits of this development is that it will provide flood protection for 100<br />

year storm event to approximately 40,000 people, more than 13,000<br />

residential structures, and other structures in the area.<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> is providing engineering support services to Dragados USA in the<br />

construction efforts, including:<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

Ongoing<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

8<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If<br />

applicable)<br />

Ongoing<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

• Assist in the preparation of Submittals and Request for Information<br />

(RFI) to be submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), in<br />

accordance with the in-place Quality Control System and USACE<br />

requirements.<br />

• Review that Submittals and RFI’s meet the submission and timing<br />

requirements of the technical specifications.<br />

• Support Quality Control System Manager in all areas on an as-needed<br />

basis.<br />

• Participate in meetings with the USACE.<br />

• Assist with USACE documentation requirements.<br />

• Provide General Engineering Support for the preparation of technical<br />

documentation.<br />

• Provide on-call engineering support on an as-needed basis.<br />

• Provide technical field support on an as-needed basis, including,<br />

critical field activities such as blasting operations, foundation<br />

grouting, foundation preparation/treatment, instrumentation<br />

installation, mechanical installations, and RCC testing/placement.<br />

• Participate in on-site meetings as requested by Dragados USA<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, PR<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

Total Installed Cost: $375,000,000<br />

Engineering Services during Construction<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

NORTHEAST REGIONAL AQUEDUCT & TRANSMISSION DESIGN<br />

Fajardo, Puerto Rico<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Puerto Rico Infrastructure Financing Authority<br />

Jose Basora<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2003<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

9<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2003<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

787-763-5757<br />

The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (PRASA) owns all water supply facilities in Puerto Rico. <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> is<br />

the program manager for the execution of numerous water improvement projects and is providing additional project<br />

support to PRASA. The Northeast Regional Aqueduct is one of several Strategic Projects proposed to solve potable water<br />

supply and sewer problems in Puerto Rico. The project<br />

components include:<br />

• A raw water intake structure on the Fajardo River, a 6,000 m,<br />

54” pipeline to the WTP, and a 37 m high earthen dam<br />

• An off-stream reservoir that will minimize environmental<br />

impacts and sedimentation<br />

• A new 12 million gallons per day potable water treatment<br />

plant, a 3 million gallon water storage tank, and a 4,000 m<br />

transmission line connected to the existing system<br />

• Transmission improvements<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> provided engineering design including hydraulic modeling of<br />

the water transmission system for the northern part of the<br />

Northeast Region of Puerto Rico. In doing so:<br />

• The physical locations of the existing transmission facilities were field verified and documented for <strong>CSA</strong>’s modeling<br />

group.<br />

• Hydraulic analysis was performed and recommendations verified with PRASA operations.<br />

• Design criteria for transmission system improvements were established and used as a guide for the final design of<br />

each element of the project.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

SALINAS-PROVIDENCIA SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM (PHASE II)<br />

Salinas, Puerto Rico<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority José Ortiz<br />

(PRASA)<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

10<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2009<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(787) 620-2277<br />

The project is located in Guánica, and intends to provide at its second stage, the infrastructure needed to collect, transport<br />

and discharge sanitary sewer collection system for the community of Salinas-Providencia, including a Pump Station and<br />

Force Main to eliminate the existing Playa Santa Wastewater Treatment Plant and its Pump Station.<br />

As soon as all stages are completed, the project will solve the critical situation of this region that needs an adequate<br />

sanitary sewer system that now dispose their sanitary sewer in septic tanks and by others means. In addition, it will provide<br />

the required facilities for the tourist and recreational developments proposed for this area. It also will have the value added<br />

benefit of environmental improvement and help provide a better quality of life.<br />

The project comprises the following work:<br />

1. Installation of 8 inch diameter PVC pipe for the laterals and surrounding areas at Salinas-Providencia Community.<br />

2. Installation of the needed connection from the Playa Santa trunk sewer to the Salinas-Providencia System.<br />

3. Construction of the Salinas-Providencia Sanitary Pump Station to receive the sanitary sewage from the mentioned<br />

community.<br />

4. Installation of 10 inch diameter PVC force main pipe from the Salinas-Providencia Pump Station to the first<br />

manhole of gravity trunk sewer running along the PR-325 between the communities of Salinas-Providencia and<br />

Ensenada. This pipeline discharges at the proposed Ensenada Pump Station, to be constructed at the first stage.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong><br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

San Juan, Puerto Rico<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Engineering<br />

Environmental<br />

c. (1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

d. (1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

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G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

26. NAMES OF KEY<br />

PERSONNEL<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 12)<br />

Wilson Ortiz, P.E.<br />

Roberto Leon, P.E., PMP<br />

Charles Alan Hall, P.E.<br />

Robert Stewart<br />

Agnes Ayuso<br />

Jose Salguero<br />

Freddie Roman, P.E.,<br />

LEED® AP<br />

27. ROLE IN THIS<br />

CONTRACT<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 13)<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

Environmental Engineer<br />

Mechanical Engineer<br />

28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F<br />

(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below before completing<br />

table. Place "X" under project key number for<br />

participation in same or similar role.)<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)<br />

1<br />

2<br />

3<br />

4<br />

SFWMD General Engineering Services -<br />

Agricultural Area (EAA) CompartmentS B & C<br />

Build-Outs - Stormwater Treatment Area (STA)<br />

Districtwide Implementation and Maintenance of<br />

NPDES Permits<br />

Hydraulic Modeling Of Puerto Rico Water<br />

Infrastructure<br />

Valenciano Reservoir<br />

5 Ensenada Pump Station 10<br />

6 Beatriz Creek Dam & Reservoir<br />

7 Rio Blanco Off-Stream Reservoir<br />

8<br />

9<br />

Portugues Dam<br />

Engineering Support<br />

Northeast Regional Aqueduct & Transmission<br />

Design<br />

Salinas-Providencia Sanitary Sewer System (Phase<br />

II)<br />

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LAND SURVEYING<br />

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12. NAME<br />

SELVIN BRUCE, P.S.M.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Project Surveyor and Mapper<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

Engineering Certificate, Lancashire & Cheshire Institute, 1974<br />

General Certificate Education, Theory & Practice, Chemistry, 1975<br />

Structural Engineering, University of Technology, 1978<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

General Land & Engineering Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

30<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Surveyor & Mapper, Florida No.<br />

5290<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for general land surveying and engineering surveying services, on an as-needed basis. The scope of<br />

services will include boundary surveys, design surveys, underground utilities surveys, as-built surveys,<br />

photogrammetric services and any tasks ancillary to the primary scope of services. The surveying services will be<br />

utilized by various County departments such as Miami-Dade Transit, Aviation, Water and Sewer, General Services<br />

Administration, Environmental Resources Management and others.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous Engineering Survey Consultant<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for the re-establishment of survey baselines, reference points, bench marks, check cross sections,<br />

cross sections for final estimates and monumentation of right-of-way lines after construction is complete. Mapping<br />

included annotation of existing maps and new monumentation maps providing field surveys and mapping for various<br />

projects assigned by FDOT District Six.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Right of Way Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

Project Manager providing right of way mapping and surveying services for various projects throughout FDOT District<br />

Six. Services include preparation of right-of-way maps, right-of-way control surveys, maintenance maps, parcel<br />

sketches, title search review, plotting of legal descriptions, providing the department with qualified personnel (when<br />

needed) as determined by the District Right of Way Surveyor.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Professional Surveying Services<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager performing horizontal control surveying for secondary canals in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 in Davie,<br />

FL to include canal banks, edge-of-water, property lines, right-of-way lines, drainage easements, maintenance<br />

easements, road and canal reservations as well as topographical features. The combined total length for this project<br />

exceeded 24 miles.<br />

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e.<br />

f.<br />

g.<br />

h.<br />

i.<br />

j.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Professional Surveying, Topographic and Mapping Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for City of Miami Beach performing professional surveying, topographical and mapping services on<br />

various projects. Basic services included boundary surveys, right-of-way surveys, legal descriptions, construction<br />

layout surveys, control surveys, hydrographic surveys, mean water line surveys, topographic surveys and specific<br />

purpose surveys.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

General Land & Engineering Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for general land surveying and engineering surveying services, on an as-needed basis providing field<br />

surveys and mapping for projects assigned by the Department. Services included survey baselines, reference points,<br />

bench marks, check cross sections, cross sections for final estimates and monumentation of right-of-way lines after<br />

construction is complete.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miscellaneous Surveying & Mapping Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for continuing surveying contract for the City of Miami providing boundary surveys, as-builts<br />

drawings, preparation of legal descriptions, preparation of plats and maps, review and certifications of tentative and<br />

final plats for compliance to City code, establish of alignment and right-of-way lines and topographic surveys.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. A1A (Ocean Drive)<br />

Hallandale Beach, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Project Manager for RRR Milling and resurfacing of SR A1A from south of Seacrest Parkway (MP 0.870) to<br />

Azalea Terrace (MP 2.011). Additional improvements will include safety upgrades of ADA requirements, lighting,<br />

signalization, and beautification upgrades to include landscaping.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 5 (U.S. 1) Yamato Road<br />

Boca Raton, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Project Manager for 3R Milling and resurfacing project is located on S.R. 5 / U.S. 1 just south of Yamato Road<br />

(M.P. 4.997) to south of C-15 Canal (M.P. 6.885), approximately 1.880 miles in length. This project includes the<br />

analysis of existing roadway conditions to extend the service life of the existing roadway, roadway slopes, geometry,<br />

clear zone, and strain poles and appropriate implemental and analyses. Add shoulder and modify drainage as a result<br />

of additional shoulders.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous Surveying & Mapping<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for districtwide miscellaneous services on a task work order basis for FDOT District Six. Services<br />

include re-establishment of survey baseline, reference points, benchmarks, check cross sections for final estimates<br />

and monumentation of FDOT right-of-way lines, and perform field surveys necessary to prepare right-of-way control<br />

surveys, right-of-way maps, engineer design and/or construction plans.<br />

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12. NAME<br />

DARRYL HAUSER, P.S.M.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Project Surveyor & Mapper<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

G.I.S. Post Baccalaureate Study, University of Florida, 1992<br />

B.S. Surveying & Mapping, University of Florida, 1990<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

General Land & Engineering Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

15<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Surveyor & Mapper, Florida No. 6277<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for general land surveying and engineering surveying services, on an as-needed basis. The scope of<br />

services will include boundary surveys, design surveys, underground utilities surveys, as-built surveys, photogrammetric<br />

services and any tasks ancillary to the primary scope of services. The surveying services will be utilized by various<br />

County departments such as Miami-Dade Transit, Aviation, Water and Sewer, General Services Administration,<br />

Environmental Resources Management and others.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous Engineering Survey Consultant<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor providing field surveys and mapping for projects to be assigned by the FDOT District Six. Services<br />

included re-establishment of survey baselines, reference points, bench marks, check cross sections, cross sections for<br />

final estimates and monumentation of right-of-way lines after construction is complete. Mapping included annotation<br />

of existing maps and new monumentation maps.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Right of Way Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for contract to provide right of way mapping and surveying services for various projects throughout<br />

FDOT District Six. Services include preparation of right-of-way maps, right-of-way control surveys, maintenance maps,<br />

parcel sketches, title search review, plotting of legal descriptions, providing the department with qualified personnel<br />

(when needed) as determined by the District Right of Way Surveyor in the function of the Right of Way Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Professional Surveying Services<br />

Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor performing horizontal control surveying for secondary canals in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 in Davie, FL<br />

to include canal banks, edge-of-water, property lines, right-of-way lines, drainage easements, maintenance easements,<br />

road and canal reservations as well as topographical features. The combined total length for this project exceeded 24<br />

miles.<br />

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e.<br />

f.<br />

g.<br />

h.<br />

i.<br />

j.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Professional Surveying, Topographic and Mapping Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for City of Miami Beach to perform professional surveying, topographical and mapping services on a<br />

city-wide basis for various projects. Basic services included boundary surveys, right-of-way surveys, legal descriptions,<br />

construction layout surveys, control surveys, hydrographic surveys, mean water line surveys, topographic surveys and<br />

specific purpose surveys.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

General Land & Engineering Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for general land surveying and engineering surveying services, on an as-needed basis providing field<br />

surveys and mapping for projects assigned by the FDOT District Six. Services included survey baselines, reference<br />

points, bench marks, check cross sections, cross sections for final estimates and monumentation of right-of-way lines<br />

after construction is complete.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miscellaneous Surveying & Mapping Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for continuing surveying contract for the City of Miami providing boundary surveys, as-builts drawings,<br />

preparation of legal descriptions, preparation of plats and maps, review and certifications of tentative and final plats<br />

for compliance to City code, establish of alignment and right-of-way lines and topographic surveys.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. A1A (Ocean Drive)<br />

Hallandale Beach, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for RRR Milling and resurfacing of SR A1A from south of Seacrest Parkway (MP 0.870) to Azalea<br />

Terrace (MP 2.011). Additional improvements will include safety upgrades of ADA requirements, lighting,<br />

signalization, and beautification upgrades to include landscaping.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 5 (U.S. 1) Yamato Road<br />

Boca Raton, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for 3R Milling and resurfacing project is located on S.R. 5 / U.S. 1 just south of Yamato Road (M.P.<br />

4.997) to south of C-15 Canal (M.P. 6.885), approximately 1.880 miles in length. This project includes the analysis<br />

of existing roadway conditions to extend the service life of the existing roadway, roadway slopes, geometry, clear zone,<br />

and strain poles and appropriate implemental and analyses. Add shoulder and modify drainage as a result of additional<br />

shoulders.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous Surveying & Mapping<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Surveyor for districtwide miscellaneous services on a task work order basis for FDOT District Six. Services<br />

include re-establishment of survey baseline, reference points, benchmarks, check cross sections for final estimates and<br />

monumentation of FDOT right-of-way lines, and perform field surveys necessary to prepare right-of-way control surveys,<br />

right-of-way maps, engineer design and/or construction plans.<br />

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12. NAME<br />

JORGE A. MUNOZ, CST<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Survey Technician<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

A.S. Civil Engineering, Broward Community College, 2010<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

General Land & Engineering Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

8<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Technician for general land surveying and engineering surveying services, on an as-needed basis. The scope of<br />

services will include boundary surveys, design surveys, underground utilities surveys, as-built surveys, photogrammetric<br />

services and any tasks ancillary to the primary scope of services. The surveying services will be utilized by various<br />

County departments such as Miami-Dade Transit, Aviation, Water and Sewer, GSA, DERM and others.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous Engineering Survey Consultant<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Technician for miscellaneous projects assigned by FDOT District Six. Services included re-establishment of<br />

survey baselines, reference points, bench marks, check cross sections, cross sections for final estimates and<br />

monumentation of right-of-way lines after construction is complete. Mapping included annotation of existing maps<br />

and new monumentation maps.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Right of Way Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Technician for right of way mapping and surveying services for various projects throughout FDOT District Six.<br />

Services include preparation of right-of-way maps, right-of-way control surveys, maintenance maps, parcel sketches,<br />

title search review, plotting of legal descriptions, providing the department with qualified personnel (when needed) as<br />

determined by the District Right of Way Surveyor in the function of the Right of Way Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Professional Surveying Services<br />

Central Broward Water Control District, Broward County, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Technician for horizontal control surveying for secondary canals in Zones 1 through 6 in Davie to include canal<br />

banks, edge-of-water, property lines, right-of-way lines, drainage easements, maintenance easements, road and canal<br />

reservations as well as topographical features. The combined total length for this project exceeded 24 miles.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Professional Surveying, Topographic and Mapping Services<br />

City of Miami Beach, FL<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Survey Technician for surveying, topographical & mapping services on a city-wide basis for various projects. Basic<br />

services included boundary surveys, right-of-way surveys, legal descriptions, construction layout surveys, control<br />

surveys, hydrographic surveys, mean water line surveys, topographic surveys and specific purpose surveys.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

CENTRAL BROWARD WATER CONTROL DISTRICT<br />

PROFESSIONAL SURVEYING SERVICES<br />

Davie, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

1<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Central Broward Water Control District<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Michael Crowley<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 432-5100<br />

Perform horizontal control surveying for secondary<br />

canals in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 located at Davie,<br />

Florida to include canal banks, edge-of-water, property<br />

lines, right-of-way lines, drainage easements,<br />

maintenance easements, road and canal reservations as<br />

well as topographical features. This survey will also<br />

depict all surface utilities, structures, crossing overhead<br />

utility lines, culvert and road crossings, and<br />

encroachments, edge of pavements, guardrails, fences<br />

and vegetation areas within each canal right-of-way,<br />

easement or reservation. The result of this survey will be<br />

depicted on a right-of-way map for each canal. The<br />

combined total length for this project exceeded 24<br />

miles. Following are the canals included in the survey:<br />

Zone 1: Canals N-30, N-30A, N-23<br />

Zone 2-3: Canals N-17, N-12<br />

Zone 3: Canals N-8, N-4, N-5, N-5A, N-11<br />

Zone 4: Canals S-14, S-2, CC-9A<br />

Zone 5: Canals S-15, S-8, S-9, S-10<br />

Zone 6: Canals S-30, S-25, S-24, S-22<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech, a<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

DISTRICTWIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY SURVEYING SERVICES<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

2<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Works Dept.<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Luis Lacau, Jr., P.L.S.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 375-2714<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> will provide general land surveying and engineering<br />

surveying services, on an as-needed basis which will be<br />

primarily utilized for the design and construction of Road<br />

Impact Fees (RIF), Peoples Transportation Plan (PTP) and<br />

General Obligation Bonds (GOB) funded projects. The scope<br />

of services will include boundary surveys, design surveys,<br />

underground utilities surveys, as-built surveys,<br />

photogrammetric services and any tasks ancillary to the<br />

primary scope of services. The surveying services will be<br />

utilized by various County departments such as Miami-Dade<br />

Transit, Aviation, Water and Sewer, General Services<br />

Administration, Environmental Resources Management and<br />

others.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech, a<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.100


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MISCELLANEOUS ENGINEERING SURVEYING CONSULTANT<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

3<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

FDOT - District Six<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Scott Perkins, P.S.M.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 470-5410<br />

The project consists of providing field surveys and mapping for projects to be assigned by the Department. Services will<br />

include re-establishment of survey baselines, reference points, bench marks, check cross sections, cross sections for final<br />

estimates and monumentation of right-of-way lines after construction is complete. Mapping will include annotation of<br />

existing maps and new monumentation maps. Managerial assistance will include managing other consultants acting as a<br />

Department representative by negotiating man hours, revising and preparing scope of services, revising survey information,<br />

providing guidance and direction in how to accomplish project goals, among other tasks with final issuance of Task Work<br />

Orders. Contract No. C8L42, FM No. 25069613217.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (services contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.101


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

DISTRICTWIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY SURVEYING SERVICES<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

4<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

FDOT - District Six<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Cristina Kinman, P.S.M.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 470-5410<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was obtained to provide for Right-of-Way Mapping and Surveying Services for various projects throughout the<br />

District. These services shall include, but are not limited to, the preparation of Right of Way Maps, Right of Way Control<br />

Surveys, Maintenance Maps, Parcel Sketches, Title Search review, plotting of legal descriptions, providing the department<br />

with qualified personnel (when needed) as determined by the District Right of Way Surveyor in the function of the Right of<br />

Way Department and for the performance of miscellaneous surveying and mapping services on various types projects.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech, a<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.102


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SURVEYING, TOPOGRAPHIC & MAPPING<br />

SERVICES<br />

City of Miami Beach, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

5<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Miami Beach<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Richard Saltrick<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 673-7000 ext. 6565<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> was selected to perform professional surveying, topographical and mapping services on a city-wide basis for<br />

various city projects. Basic services include boundary surveys, right-of-way surveys, legal descriptions, construction layout<br />

surveys, control surveys, hydrographic surveys, mean water line surveys, topographic surveys and specific purpose surveys.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech, a<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.103


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

GENERAL LAND AND ENGINEERING SURVEYING SERVICES<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

6<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Works Dept.<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Leo Ona<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 375-1909<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> provides general land and engineering<br />

surveying services under a contract that require multiple<br />

work orders or authorizations. Duration of this contract is 3<br />

years extendable (2006-2009). The scope of work consists<br />

of photogrammetric control; monumentation and remonumentation<br />

of property boundaries and subdivisions;<br />

measurement and preparation of plans; layout of proposed<br />

improvements; preparation of descriptions for legal use;<br />

preparation of subdivision planning maps and records<br />

plats; determination of grades and elevations of roads and<br />

land; and creation and perpetuation of alignments related to maps,<br />

record plats, flied notes, records, reports, property descriptions,<br />

plans and drawings. This work also includes topographic,<br />

hydrographic and geodetic surveying and mapping services.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech, a<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.104


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

MISCELLANEOUS SURVEYING & MAPPING SERVICES<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2009<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

7<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

City of Miami<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Cesar Gonzalez<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 416-1219<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> provided boundary surveys, as-built drawings, preparation of legal descriptions, preparation of plats and maps,<br />

review and certifications of tentative and final plats for compliance to City code, establish of alignment and right-of-way<br />

lines and topographic surveys.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech, a<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.105


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 5 (U.S. 1) JUST SOUTH OF YAMATO ROAD (M.P. 4.997) TO<br />

SOUTH OF C-15 CANAL (M.P. 6.885)<br />

Boca Raton, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

8<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

FDOT District Four<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Leslie Wetherell, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 777-4438<br />

3R Milling and resurfacing project is located on S.R. 5 / U.S. 1,<br />

approximately 1.880 miles in length. This project includes the<br />

analysis of existing roadway conditions to extend the service life of<br />

the existing roadway, roadway slopes, geometry, clear zone, and<br />

strain poles and appropriate implemental and analyses. Add shoulder<br />

and modify drainage as a result of additional shoulders. Services<br />

also include roadway design, drainage, signalization, maintenance of<br />

traffic, signing and pavement markings, utility coordination,<br />

surveying, landscaping, geotechnical, photogrammetry and public<br />

involvement.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.106


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. A1A (OCEAN DRIVE)<br />

Hallandale Beach, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2008<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

9<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

District Four<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

Bing Wang, P.E.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(954) 777-4406<br />

RRR Milling and resurfacing of SR A1A from south of<br />

Seacrest Parkway (MP 0.870) to Azalea Terrace (MP<br />

2.011). Additional improvements will include safety<br />

upgrades of ADA requirements, lighting, signalization, and<br />

beautification upgrades to include landscaping. Services<br />

include roadway design, drainage, signalization,<br />

maintenance of traffic, signing and pavement markings,<br />

utility coordination, surveying, landscaping, geotechnical,<br />

photogrammetry, and public involvement.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (services contracted under<br />

Consul-Tech, a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

D.107


F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S<br />

QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.<br />

Complete one Section F for each project.)<br />

21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

DISTRICTWIDE MISCELLANEOUS SURVEYING & MAPPING<br />

SERVICES<br />

Miami-Dade County, Florida<br />

23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY NUMBER<br />

10<br />

22. YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

a. PROJECT OWNER<br />

Florida Department of Transportation<br />

District Six<br />

b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME<br />

David Futch, P.S.M.<br />

24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)<br />

c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER<br />

(305) 470-5410<br />

Services include re-establishment of survey baseline, reference points, benchmarks, check cross sections for final estimates<br />

and monumentation of FDOT right-of-way lines, and perform field surveys necessary to prepare right-of-way control surveys,<br />

right-of-way maps, engineer design and/or construction plans.<br />

25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(1) FIRM NAME<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> (contracted under Consul-Tech,<br />

a <strong>CSA</strong> <strong>Group</strong> company)<br />

(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE<br />

(3) ROLE<br />

Surveying & Mapping<br />

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26. NAMES OF KEY<br />

PERSONNEL<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 12)<br />

Selvin Bruce, P.S.M.<br />

Darryl Hauser, P.S.M.<br />

Jorge Munoz, CST<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

27. ROLE IN THIS<br />

CONTRACT<br />

(From Section E,<br />

Block 13)<br />

Project Manager<br />

Project Surveyor<br />

Survey Technician<br />

28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F<br />

(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below before completing<br />

table. Place "X" under project key number for<br />

participation in same or similar role.)<br />

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10<br />

G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS<br />

29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY<br />

NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)<br />

1<br />

Central Broward Water Control District<br />

6<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Works Dept.<br />

2<br />

3<br />

4<br />

5<br />

Professional Surveying Services<br />

Miami-Dade County Public Works Dept.<br />

General Land & Engineering Surveying Services<br />

FDOT District Six - Miscellaneous Engineering<br />

Surveying Consultant<br />

FDOT District Six - Districtwide Right-of-Way<br />

Surveying Services<br />

City of Miami Beach – Professional Surveying,<br />

Topographic and Mapping Services<br />

7<br />

Misc. Surveying & Mapping Services<br />

City of Miami<br />

Miscellaneous Surveying & Mapping Services<br />

8 S.R. 5 (U.S. 1) Yamato Road<br />

9 S.R. A1A (Ocean Drive)<br />

10<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous Surveying &<br />

Mapping Services<br />

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TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

ALFREDO REYNA, P.E.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Roadway Design Engineer<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, Florida International University, 1985<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Local Agency Program (LAP)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

24<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

15<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Professional Engineer, Florida No. 44766<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

LAP Coordinator responsible for staff support in the management of more than 250 LAP Projects as part of the<br />

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Supplemental Services and LAP Support Additional Services.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FDOT General Engineering Consultant # 1<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer to assist FDOT with a districtwide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the<br />

production of numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager to assist the Department in preparing a set of contract plans to be used by a selected contractor and<br />

include project elements for roadway design, signing and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and<br />

right-of-way services for the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami Civil Engineering for Roadway Projects<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer for complete planning, design, programming, pavement analysis, surveying, geotechnical, options<br />

evaluations, public meetings, detailed assessments and recommendations, cost estimation, opinions of probable<br />

construction costs, quality control reviews, field investigations, observations, post design services, construction<br />

administration and other related services as need to complete projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 90/S.W. 8th Street from S.R. 821 (HEFT) to S.R. 826<br />

(Palmetto Expressway)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer for the design involves milling and resurfacing, sidewalk restoration, ADA ramp reconstruction and<br />

Drainage improvements.<br />

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12. NAME<br />

NATALIE GARGANTA, E.I.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc., Miami, Florida<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Roadway Design<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, Florida International University, 2009<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

Advanced Work Zone, Exp. 4/9/2014<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FDOT General Engineering Consultant # 1<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

5<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

5<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

Engineer Intern, Florida No. 1100014581<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer assisting FDOT with a districtwide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the production of<br />

numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer assisting the Department in preparing a set of contract plans to be used by a selected contractor and include<br />

project elements for roadway design, signing and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and right-ofway<br />

services for the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami Civil Engineering for Roadway Projects<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer for complete planning, design, programming, pavement analysis, surveying, geotechnical, options evaluations,<br />

public meetings, detailed assessments and recommendations, cost estimation, opinions of probable construction costs,<br />

quality control reviews, field investigations, observations, post design services, construction administration and other<br />

related services as need to complete projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 90/S.W. 8th Street from S.R. 821 (HEFT) to S.R. 826<br />

(Palmetto Expressway)<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer for the design involves milling and resurfacing, sidewalk restoration, ADA ramp reconstruction and Drainage<br />

improvements.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. A1A (Ocean Drive) from South of Seacrest Parkway to Azalea<br />

Terrace, Broward County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer for the 3R Milling and resurfacing project which included roadway design, drainage, signalization,<br />

maintenance of traffic, signing and pavement markings, utility coordination, surveying, landscaping, geotechnical,<br />

photogrammetry, and public involvement.. This project included the analysis of existing roadway conditions to extend<br />

the service life of the existing roadway, roadway slopes, geometry, clear zone, and strain poles and appropriate<br />

implemental and analyses. Plans were submitted in FDOT’s Electronic Delivery System.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

WILFREDO RODRIGUEZ, PH.D.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Drainage Engineer<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

Ph.D. Hydraulic Engineering, Institute of Hydraulic Eng., 1987<br />

M.S. Hydraulic Engineering, Institute of Hydraulic Eng., 1983<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, International Education Research Foundation,<br />

1994<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Pushbutton Drainage Technical Consultant & GIS<br />

Support, Miami, Florida<br />

13. TOTAL<br />

27<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

8<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Manager for miscellaneous projects involving plans preparation, review of construction plans, analysis of<br />

drainage issues and proposed improvements, and the design and preparation of a complete set of construction contract<br />

plans on an as-needed basis for the District Six Stormwater Management Program, which is part of the National<br />

Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) for the FDOT.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FDOT General Engineering Consultant # 1<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Drainage Project Manager assisting with a districtwide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the<br />

production of numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Drainage Project Manager assisting in preparing a set of contract plans to be used by a selected contractor and include<br />

project elements for roadway design, signing and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and right-ofway<br />

services for the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Sweetwater Improvements<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2007<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Drainage Project Manager for improvements to the street system of the City of Sweetwater including milling and<br />

resurfacing, sidewalk replacement and ADA compliance. Design services include roadway design, drainage, signing<br />

and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and right-of-way.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami General Engineering Consultant<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2006<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Drainage Project Manager to assist the City of Miami with a city-wide range of engineering services in bringing to<br />

completion the production of numerous projects.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

EDGAR ESPINOZA, E.I.<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> Central, Inc., Miami, Florida<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, Ohio University, 1988<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Drainage Design<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Pushbutton Drainage Technical Consultant & GIS<br />

Support, Miami, Florida<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

20<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

4<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)<br />

Engineer Intern, Florida No. 1100007662<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer for miscellaneous projects involving plans preparation, review of construction plans, analysis of<br />

drainage issues and proposed improvements, and the design and preparation of a complete set of construction contract<br />

plans on an as-needed basis for the District Six Stormwater Management Program, which is part of the National<br />

Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) for the FDOT.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

In-House Project Management & Technical Support<br />

Districtwide, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer providing in-house project management & technical support for the Drainage Office at the FDOT<br />

District 6. Duties included the management of numerous drainage projects, from conducting the initial field<br />

investigation, preliminary assessment, permitting, plan production, and technical specifications to assisting in the<br />

preparation of procurement documents.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Phase II NPDES Stormwater MS4 Program<br />

Districtwide, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2011<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project Engineer for providing In-house project management & technical support for the Drainage Office at the FDOT<br />

District 6. Duties included the management of numerous drainage projects, from conducting the initial field<br />

investigation, preliminary assessment, permitting, plan production, and technical specifications to assisting in the<br />

preparation of procurement documents.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Drainage & Plans Review Consultant<br />

Districtwide, Florida<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

2010<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Conducted numerous drainage reviews for FDOT District 6 as part of a Districtwide Drainage Design and Plans Review<br />

Consultant Services contract. Drainage reviews included roadway drainage design, PD&E studies, Bridge Hydraulic<br />

Reports, and special drainage studies in Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Drainage & Plans Review Consultant<br />

Turnpikewide, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Project consisted of the development of different operational phases for the turnpike-wide NPDES Stormwater<br />

Management Program. This program consisted of developing map inventories of drainage systems, drainage<br />

connections, high-risk facilities, develop a routine inspection program to monitor proper operation, maintenance<br />

conditions, illicit discharges, and retrofit existing stormwater management facilities to meet latest environmental<br />

regulations.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

CHARLES NEWTON<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Maintenance of Traffic<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Civil Engineering, Florida International University, 1985<br />

a. TOTAL<br />

44<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

Certified ATSSA Traffic Control Supervisor, Certification No. 00000196, Exp. 9/10/2013<br />

Florida Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control, A.T.S.S.A., Exp. 9/10/2013<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FDOT General Engineering Consultant # 1<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

14. YEARS EXPERIENCE<br />

b. WITH CURRENT FIRM<br />

8<br />

17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND<br />

DISCIPLINE)<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2014<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer assisting FDOT with a districtwide range of engineering services in bringing to completion the production of<br />

numerous projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

Districtwide Miscellaneous PE Design<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2013<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer assisting the Department in preparing a set of contract plans to be used by a selected contractor and include<br />

project elements for roadway design, signing and pavement markings, signalization, lighting, landscaping and right-ofway<br />

services for the Department.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

City of Miami Civil Engineering for Roadway Projects<br />

Miami, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2012<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

c.<br />

d.<br />

e.<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer for complete planning, design, programming, pavement analysis, surveying, geotechnical, options evaluations,<br />

public meetings, detailed assessments and recommendations, cost estimation, opinions of probable construction costs,<br />

quality control reviews, field investigations, observations, post design services, construction administration and other<br />

related services as need to complete projects.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. A1A (Ocean Drive) from South of Seacrest Parkway to Azalea<br />

Terrace, Broward County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Designer for the 3R milling and resurfacing project which included roadway design, drainage, signalization,<br />

maintenance of traffic, signing and pavement markings, utility coordination, surveying, landscaping, geotechnical,<br />

photogrammetry, and public involvement..<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

S.R. 5 / U.S. 1 south of Yamato Road to C-15 Canal<br />

Palm Beach County, Florida<br />

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES<br />

2010<br />

(2) YEAR COMPLETED<br />

CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)<br />

(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE Check if project performed with current firm<br />

Developed maintenance of traffic plans for 3R Milling and resurfacing project which included the analysis of existing<br />

roadway conditions. Services included roadway design, drainage, signalization, maintenance of traffic, signing and<br />

pavement markings, utility coordination, surveying, landscaping, geotechnical, photogrammetry and public<br />

involvement.<br />

STANDARD FORM 330 (6/2004)<br />

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12. NAME<br />

CARLOS SARASQUETA, P.E.<br />

E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT<br />

(Complete one Section E for each key person.)<br />

13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT<br />

Maintenance of Traffic<br />

15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

<strong>CSA</strong> GROUP – Miami, FL<br />

16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)<br />

B.S. Construction Engineering, National University of La Plata, La<br />

Plata, Argentina, 2001<br />

18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)<br />

19. RELEVANT PROJECTS<br />

a.<br />

b.<br />

(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)<br />

FDOT General Engineering Consultant # 1<br />