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Right of Way Current Requests for Proposals

TxDOT has scheduled a pre-proposal conference (not mandatory) for Oct. 17, 2014 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (CST) at the TxDOT Austin District Office, 7901 N. I-35, Building 7 Hearing Room, Austin, Texas 78753.

Persons with special needs or disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact Tara O’Neal at (512) 832-7373 at least three working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Persons attending the pre-proposal conference must print a copy of this RFP for their use.  Copies will not be provided at the pre-proposal meeting.

Current Requests for Proposals (RFP)

Title Deadline Format
RFP #55-5RFP7400 Statewide Professional Real Estate Appraisal Services
11/14/14
RFP #55-5RFP7400 Attachment A, Proposed Fee Schedule
11/14/14
RFP #55-5RFP7400 Questions and Answers, Supplement 1
11/14/14
RFP #55-5RFP7400 Questions and Answers, Supplement 2
11/14/14

Obtaining an RFP

Individuals and companies wishing to provide right-of-way acquisition services to TxDOT should request copies of RFPs by submitting a letter of interest (LOI). An LOI is a simple statement indicating interest in our RFPs.

If an RFP is being published, it can be downloaded from this page or obtained by attending a pre-proposal conference (if one is held).

Notifying TxDOT of Your Interest in the RFP

If RFPs or attachments are obtained by downloading or attending a pre-proposal conference, you must notify TxDOT of your interest in the RFP if you wish to receive clarifications or amendments to the RFP package.

Notify TxDOT in writing, via fax, email, or mail, by contacting the person listed as point of contact in the request for letters of interest or the RFP and its Supplement(s). The notification must include the RFP number, company name, point of contact, mailing address, email address and telephone number.

Failure to Notify TxDOT of Your Interest in the RFP

If you have not notified TxDOT of your interest in the RFP, you waive all claims to redress if you submit proposals that receive reduced scores because the proposals do not incorporate or respond to clarifications or amendments to the RFP package.