ARCHITECT-ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS
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completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of
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OMB No.: 9000-0157
Expires: 12/31/2006
STANDARD FORM 330
(6/2004)
PAGE 1 OF INSTRUCTIONS
Prescribed by GSA - FAR (48 CFR) 53.236-2(b)
PURPOSE
Federal agencies use this form to obtain information from
architect-engineer (A-E) firms about their professional
qualifications. Federal agencies select firms for A-E
contracts on the basis of professional qualifications as
required by the Brooks A-E Act (40 U.S.C. 1101 - 1104) and
Part 36 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
The Brooks A-E Act requires the public announcement of
requirements for A-E services (with some exceptions
provided by other statutes), and the selection of at least
three of the most highly qualified firms based on
demonstrated competence and professional qualifications
according to specific criteria published in the announcement.
The Act then requires the negotiation of a contract at a fair
and reasonable price starting first with the most highly
qualified firm.
The information used to evaluate firms is from this form and
other sources, including performance evaluations, any
additional data requested by the agency, and interviews with
the most highly qualified firms and their references.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Part I presents the qualifications for a specific contract.
Part II presents the general qualifications of a firm or a
specific branch office of a firm. Part II has two uses:
1. An A-E firm may submit Part II to the appropriate
central, regional or local office of each Federal agency to be
kept on file. A public announcement is not required for
certain contracts, and agencies may use Part II as a basis for
selecting at least three of the most highly qualified firms for
discussions prior to requesting submission of Part I. Firms
are encouraged to update Part II on file with agency offices,
as appropriate, according to FAR Part 36. If a firm has
branch offices, submit a separate Part II for each branch
office seeking work.
2. Prepare a separate Part II for each firm that will be
part of the team proposed for a specific contract and
submitted with Part I. If a firm has branch offices, submit a
separate Part II for each branch office that has a key role on
the team.
INDIVIDUAL AGENCY INSTRUCTIONS
Individual agencies may supplement these instructions. For
example, they may limit the number of projects or number of
pages submitted in Part I in response to a public
announcement for a particular project. Carefully comply
with any agency instructions when preparing and submitting
this form. Be as concise as possible and provide only the
information requested by the agency.
DEFINITIONS
Architect-Engineer Services: Defined in FAR 2.101.
Branch Office: A geographically distinct place of business or
subsidiary office of a firm that has a key role on the team.
Discipline: Primary technical capabilities of key personnel,
as evidenced by academic degree, professional registration,
certification, and/or extensive experience.
Firm: Defined in FAR 36.102.
Key Personnel: Individuals who will have major contract
responsibilities and/or provide unusual or unique expertise.
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
Part I - Contract-Specific Qualifications
Section A. Contract Information.
1. Title and Location. Enter the title and location of
the contract for which this form is being submitted, exactly
as shown in the public announcement or agency request.
2. Public Notice Date. Enter the posted date of the
agency's notice on the Federal Business Opportunity website
(FedBizOpps), other form of public announcement or agency
request for this contract.
3. Solicitation or Project Number. Enter the agency's
solicitation number and/or project number, if applicable,
exactly as shown in the public announcement or agency
request for this contract.
Section B. Architect-Engineer Point of Contact.
4-8. Name, Title, Name of Firm, Telephone Number,
Fax (Facsimile) Number and E-mail (Electronic Mail)
Address. Provide information for a representative of the
prime contractor or joint venture that the agency can contact
for additional information.
AUTHORIZED FOR LOCAL REPRODUCTION
Section C. Proposed Team.
9-11. Firm Name, Address, and Role in This Contract.
Provide the contractual relationship, name, full mailing
address, and a brief description of the role of each firm that
will be involved in performance of this contract. List the
prime contractor or joint venture partners first. If a firm has
branch offices, indicate each individual branch office that
will have a key role on the team. The named subcontractors
and outside associates or consultants must be used, and any
change must be approved by the contracting officer. (See
FAR Part 52 Clause "Subcontractors and Outside Associates
and Consultants (Architect-Engineer Services)".) Attach an
additional sheet in the same format as Section C if needed.
Section D. Organizational Chart of Proposed Team.
As an attachment after Section C, present an
organizational chart of the proposed team showing the
names and roles of all key personnel listed in Section E and
the firm they are associated with as listed in Section C.
Section E. Resumes of Key Personnel Proposed for This
Contract.
Complete this section for each key person who will
participate in this contract. Group by firm, with personnel of
the prime contractor or joint venture partner firms first. The
following blocks must be completed for each resume:
12. Name. Self-explanatory.
13. Role in This Contract. Self-explanatory.
14. Years Experience. Total years of relevant experience
(block 14a), and years of relevant experience with current
firm, but not necessarily the same branch office (block 14b).
15. Firm Name and Location. Name, city and state of
the firm where the person currently works, which must
correspond with one of the firms (or branch office of a firm,
if appropriate) listed in Section C.
16. Education. Provide information on the highest
relevant academic degree(s) received. Indicate the area(s) of
specialization for each degree.
17. Current Professional Registration. Provide informa-
tion on current relevant professional registration(s) in a State
or possession of the United States, Puerto Rico, or the
District of Columbia according to FAR Part 36.
18. Other Professional Qualifications. Provide informa-
tion on any other professional qualifications relating to this
contract, such as education, professional registration,
publications, organizational memberships, certifications,
training, awards, and foreign language capabilities.
19. Relevant Projects. Provide information on up to five
projects in which the person had a significant role that
demonstrates the person's capability relevant to her/his
proposed role in this contract. These projects do not
necessarily have to be any of the projects presented in
Section F for the project team if the person was not involved
in any of those projects or the person worked on other
projects that were more relevant than the team projects in
Section F. Use the check box provided to indicate if the
project was performed with any office of the current firm. If
any of the professional services or construction projects are
not complete, leave Year Completed blank and indicate the
status in Brief Description and Specific Role (block (3)).
Section F. Example Projects Which Best Illustrate
Proposed Team's Qualifications for This Contract.
Select projects where multiple team members worked
together, if possible, that demonstrate the team's capability
to perform work similar to that required for this contract.
Complete one Section F for each project. Present ten
projects, unless otherwise specified by the agency.
Complete the following blocks for each project:
20. Example Project Key Number. Start with "1" for the
first project and number consecutively.
21. Title and Location. Title and location of project or
contract. For an indefinite delivery contract, the location is
the geographic scope of the contract.
22. Year Completed. Enter the year completed of the
professional services (such as planning, engineering study,
design, or surveying), and/or the year completed of
construction, if applicable. If any of the professional
services or the construction projects are not complete, leave
Year Completed blank and indicate the status in Brief
Description of Project and Relevance to This Contract (block
24).
23a. Project Owner. Project owner or user, such as a
government agency or installation, an institution, a
corporation or private individual.
23b. Point of Contact Name. Provide name of a person
associated with the project owner or the organization which
contracted for the professional services, who is very familiar
with the project and the firm's (or firms') performance.
23c. Point of Contact Telephone Number
Self-explanatory.
24. Brief Description of Project and Relevance to This
Contract. Indicate scope, size, cost, principal elements and
special features of the project. Discuss the relevance of the
example project to this contract. Enter any other
information requested by the agency for each example
project.
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25. Firms from Section C Involved with This Project.
Indicate which firms (or branch offices, if appropriate) on the
project team were involved in the example project, and their
roles. List in the same order as Section C.
Section G. Key Personnel Participation in Example
Projects.
This matrix is intended to graphically depict which key
personnel identified in Section E worked on the example
projects listed in Section F. Complete the following blocks
(see example below).
26. and 27. Names of Key Personnel and Role in This
Contract. List the names of the key personnel and their
proposed roles in this contract in the same order as they
appear in Section E.
28. Example Projects Listed in Section F. In the column
under each project key number (see block 29) and for each
key person, place an "X" under the project key number for
participation in the same or similar role.
29. Example Projects Key. List the key numbers and
titles of the example projects in the same order as they
appear in Section F.
Section H. Additional Information.
30. Use this section to provide additional information
specifically requested by the agency or to address selection
criteria that are not covered by the information provided in
Sections A-G.
Section I. Authorized Representative.
31. and 32. Signature of Authorized Representative and
Date. An authorized representative of a joint venture or the
prime contractor must sign and date the completed form.
Signing attests that the information provided is current and
factual, and that all firms on the proposed team agree to
work on the project. Joint ventures selected for
negotiations must make available a statement of
participation by a principal of each member of the joint
venture.
33. Name and Title. Self-explanatory.
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SAMPLE ENTRIES FOR SECTION G (MATRIX)
26. NAMES OF KEY
PERSONNEL
(From Section E,
Block 12)
27. ROLE IN THIS
CONTRACT
(From Section E,
Block 13)
28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F
(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below first, before
completing table. Place "X" under project key number for
participation in same or similar role.)
12
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
X
X
X
XX
X
X
X
X
Jane A. Smith
Joseph B. Williams
Tara C. Donovan
Chief Architect
Chief Mech. Engineer
Chief Elec. Engineer
29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY
NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)
XYZ Corporation Headquarters,
Boston, MA
Founder's Museum, Newport RI
Federal Courthouse, Denver, CO
Justin J. Wilson Federal Building,
Baton Rouge, LA
1
2
6
7
Part II - General Qualifications
See the "General Instructions" on page 1 for firms with
branch offices. Prepare Part II for the specific branch office
seeking work if the firm has branch offices.
1. Solicitation Number. If Part II is submitted for a
specific contract, insert the agency's solicitation number
and/or project number, if applicable, exactly as shown in the
public announcement or agency request.
2a-2e. Firm (or Branch Office) Name and Address.
Self-explanatory.
3. Year Established. Enter the year the firm (or branch
office, if appropriate) was established under the current
name.
4. DUNS Number. Insert the Data Universal Numbering
System number issued by Dun and Bradstreet Information
Services. Firms must have a DUNS number. See FAR Part
4.6.
5. Ownership.
a. Type. Enter the type of ownership or legal structure
of the firm (sole proprietor, partnership, corporation, joint
venture, etc.).
b. Small Business Status. Refer to the North American
Industry Classification System (NAICS) code in the public
announcement, and indicate if the firm is a small business
according to the current size standard for that NAICS code
(for example, Engineering Services (part of NAICS 541330),
Architectural Services (NAICS 541310), Surveying and
Mapping Services (NAICS 541370)). The small business
categories and the internet website for the NAICS codes
appear in FAR Part 19. Contact the requesting agency for
any questions. Contact your local U.S. Small Business
Administration office for any questions regarding Business
Status.
6a-6c. Point of Contact. Provide this information for a
representative of the firm that the agency can contact
for additional information. The representative must be
empowered to speak on contractual and policy matters.
7. Name of Firm. Enter the name of the firm if Part II is
prepared for a branch office.
8a-8c. Former Firm Names. Indicate any other previous
names for the firm (or branch office) during the last six
years. Insert the year that this corporate name change was
effective and the associated DUNS Number. This
information is used to review past performance on Federal
contracts.
9. Employees by Discipline. Use the relevant disciplines
and associated function codes shown at the end of these
instructions and list in the same numerical order. After the
listed disciplines, write in any additional disciplines and leave
the function code blank. List no more than 20 disciplines.
Group remaining employees under "Other Employees" in
column b. Each person can be counted only once according
to his/her primary function. If Part II is prepared for a firm
(including all branch offices), enter the number of employees
by disciplines in column c(1). If Part II is prepared for a
branch office, enter the number of employees by discipline in
column c(2) and for the firm in column c(1).
10. Profile of Firm's Experience and Annual Average
Revenue for Last 5 Years. Complete this block for the firm
or branch office for which this Part II is prepared. Enter the
experience categories which most accurately reflect the
firm's technical capabilities and project experience. Use the
relevant experience categories and associated profile codes
shown at the end of these instructions, and list in the same
numerical order. After the listed experience categories,
write in any unlisted relevant project experience categories
and leave the profile codes blank. For each type of
experience, enter the appropriate revenue index number to
reflect the professional services revenues received annually
(averaged over the last 5 years) by the firm or branch office
for performing that type of work. A particular project may
be identified with one experience category or it may be
broken into components, as best reflects the capabilities and
types of work performed by the firm. However, do not
double count the revenues received on a particular project.
11. Annual Average Professional Services Revenues of
Firm for Last 3 Years. Complete this block for the firm or
branch office for which this Part II is prepared. Enter the
appropriate revenue index numbers to reflect the
professional services revenues received annually (averaged
over the last 3 years) by the firm or branch office. Indicate
Federal work (performed directly for the Federal
Government, either as the prime contractor or
subcontractor), non-Federal work (all other domestic and
foreign work, including Federally-assisted projects), and the
total. If the firm has been in existence for less than 3 years,
see the definition for "Annual Receipts" under FAR 19.101.
12. Authorized Representative. An authorized represent-
ative of the firm or branch office must sign and date the
completed form. Signing attests that the information
provided is current and factual. Provide the name and title
of the authorized representative who signed the form.
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List of Disciplines (Function Codes)
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Acoustical Engineer
Administrative
Aerial Photographer
Aeronautical Engineer
Archeologist
Architect
Biologist
CADD Technician
Cartographer
Chemical Engineer
Chemist
Civil Engineer
Communications Engineer
Computer Programmer
Construction Inspector
Construction Manager
Corrosion Engineer
Cost Engineer/Estimator
Ecologist
Economist
Electrical Engineer
Electronics Engineer
Environmental Engineer
Environmental Scientist
Fire Protection Engineer
Forensic Engineer
Foundation/Geotechnical Engineer
Geodetic Surveyor
Geographic Information System Specialist
Geologist
Health Facility Planner
Code Description
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
Hydraulic Engineer
Hydrographic Surveyor
Hydrologist
Industrial Engineer
Industrial Hygienist
Interior Designer
Land Surveyor
Landscape Architect
Materials Engineer
Materials Handling Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
Mining Engineer
Oceanographer
Photo Interpreter
Photogrammetrist
Planner: Urban/Regional
Project Manager
Remote Sensing Specialist
Risk Assessor
Safety/Occupational Health Engineer
Sanitary Engineer
Scheduler
Security Specialist
Soils Engineer
Specifications Writer
Structural Engineer
Technician/Analyst
Toxicologist
Transportation Engineer
Value Engineer
Water Resources Engineer
Code Description
List of Experience Categories (Profile Codes)
Acoustics, Noise Abatement
Aerial Photography; Airborne Data and Imagery
Collection and Analysis
Agricultural Development; Grain Storage;
Farm Mechanization
Air Pollution Control
Airports; Navaids; Airport Lighting;
Aircraft Fueling
Airports; Terminals and Hangars; Freight
Handling
Arctic Facilities
Animal Facilities
Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection
Asbestos Abatement
Auditoriums & Theaters
Automation; Controls; Instrumentation
Barracks; Dormitories
Bridges
Cartography
Cemeteries (Planning & Relocation)
Charting: Nautical and Aeronautical
Chemical Processing & Storage
Child Care/Development Facilities
Churches; Chapels
Coastal Engineering
Codes; Standards; Ordinances
Cold Storage; Refrigeration and
Fast Freeze
Commercial Building (low rise);
Shopping Centers
Community Facilities
Communications Systems; TV; Microwave
Computer Facilities; Computer Service
Conservation and Resource
Management
Construction Management
Construction Surveying
Corrosion Control; Cathodic Protection;
Electrolysis
Cost Estimating; Cost Engineering and
Analysis; Parametric Costing;
Forecasting
Cryogenic Facilities
Dams (Concrete; Arch)
Dams (Earth; Rock); Dikes; Levees
Desalinization (Process & Facilities)
Design-Build - Preparation of Requests for
Proposals
Digital Elevation and Terrain Model Develop-
ment
Digital Orthophotography
Dining Halls; Clubs; Restaurants
Dredging Studies and Design
Ecological & Archeological
Investigations
Educational Facilities; Classrooms
Electrical Studies and Design
Electronics
Elevators; Escalators; People-Movers
Embassies and Chanceries
Energy Conservation; New Energy
Sources
Engineering Economics
Environmental Impact Studies,
Assessments or Statements
Environmental and Natural Resource
Mapping
Environmental Planning
Environmental Remediation
Environmental Testing and Analysis
Fallout Shelters; Blast-Resistant Design
Field Houses; Gyms; Stadiums
Fire Protection
Fisheries; Fish ladders
Forensic Engineering
Forestry & Forest products
Garages; Vehicle Maintenance Facilities;
Parking Decks
Gas Systems (Propane; Natural, Etc.)
Geodetic Surveying: Ground and Air-
borne
Geographic Information System
Services: Development,
Analysis, and Data Collection
Geospatial Data Conversion: Scanning,
Digitizing, Compilation,
Attributing, Scribing, Drafting
Graphic Design
Harbors; Jetties; Piers, Ship
Terminal Facilities
Hazardous Materials Handling and
Storage
Hazardous, Toxic, Radioactive
Waste Remediation
Heating; Ventilating; Air
Conditioning
Health Systems Planning
Highrise; Air-Rights-Type Buildings
Highways; Streets; Airfield Paving;
Parking Lots
Historical Preservation
Hospital & Medical Facilities
Hotels; Motels
Housing (Residential, Multi-Family;
Apartments; Condominiums)
Hydraulics & Pneumatics
Hydrographic Surveying
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Code Description Code Description
A01
A02
A03
A04
A05
A06
A07
A08
A09
A10
A11
A12
B01
B02
C01
C02
C03
C04
C05
C06
C07
C08
C09
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
D01
D02
D03
D04
D05
D06
D07
D08
E01
E02
E03
E04
E05
E06
E07
E08
E09
E10
E11
E12
E13
F01
F02
F03
F04
F05
F06
G01
G02
G03
G04
G05
G06
H01
H02
H03
H04
H05
H06
H07
H08
H09
H10
H11
H12
H13
List of Experience Categories (Profile Codes)
Product, Machine Equipment Design
Pneumatic Structures, Air-Support
Buildings
Postal Facilities
Power Generation, Transmission,
Distribution
Public Safety Facilities
Radar; Sonar; Radio & Radar
Telescopes
Radio Frequency Systems &
Shieldings
Railroad; Rapid Transit
Recreation Facilities (Parks,
Marinas, Etc.)
Refrigeration Plants/Systems
Rehabilitation (Buildings; Structures;
Facilities)
Remote Sensing
Research Facilities
Resources Recovery; Recycling
Risk Analysis
Rivers; Canals; Waterways; Flood
Control
Roofing
Safety Engineering; Accident
Studies; OSHA Studies
Security Systems; Intruder & Smoke
Detection
Seismic Designs & Studies
Sewage Collection, Treatment and
Disposal
Soils & Geologic Studies;
Foundations
Solar Energy Utilization
Solid Wastes; Incineration; Landfill
Special Environments; Clean Rooms,
Etc.
Structural Design; Special
Structures
Surveying; Platting; Mapping; Flood
Plain Studies
Sustainable Design
Swimming Pools
Storm Water Handling & Facilities
Telephone Systems (Rural; Mobile;
Intercom, Etc.)
Testing & Inspection Services
Traffic & Transportation Engineering
Topographic Surveying and Mapping
Towers (Self-Supporting & Guyed
Systems)
Tunnels & Subways
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Code Description Code Description
I01
I02
I03
I04
I05
I06
J01
L01
L02
L03
L04
L05
L06
M01
M02
M03
M04
M05
M06
M07
M08
N01
N02
N03
O01
O02
O03
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
R01
R02
R03
R04
R05
R06
R07
R08
R09
R10
R11
R12
S01
S02
S03
S04
S05
S06
S07
S08
S09
S10
S11
S12
S13
T01
T02
T03
T04
T05
T06
Industrial Buildings; Manufacturing
Plants
Industrial Processes; Quality
Control
Industrial Waste Treatment
Intelligent Transportation Systems
Interior Design; Space Planning
Irrigation; Drainage
Judicial and Courtroom Facilities
Laboratories; Medical Research
Facilities
Land Surveying
Landscape Architecture
Libraries; Museums; Galleries
Lighting (Interior; Display; Theater,
Etc.)
Lighting (Exteriors; Streets;
Memorials; Athletic Fields, Etc.)
Mapping Location/Addressing Systems
Materials Handling Systems;
Conveyors; Sorters
Metallurgy
Microclimatology; Tropical
Engineering
Military Design Standards
Mining & Mineralogy
Missile Facilities (Silos; Fuels;
Transport)
Modular Systems Design;
Pre-Fabricated Structures or
Components
Naval Architecture; Off-Shore
Platforms
Navigation Structures; Locks
Nuclear Facilities; Nuclear Shielding
Office Buildings; Industrial Parks
Oceanographic Engineering
Ordnance; Munitions; Special
Weapons
Petroleum Exploration; Refining
Petroleum and Fuel (Storage and
Distribution)
Photogrammetry
Pipelines (Cross-Country - Liquid &
Gas)
Planning (Community, Regional,
Areawide and State)
Planning (Site, Installation, and Project)
Plumbing & Piping Design
Prisons & Correctional Facilities
List of Experience Categories (Profile Codes)
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Code Description
U01
U02
U03
V01
W01
W02
W03
W04
Z01
Unexploded Ordnance Remediation
Urban Renewals; Community
Development
Utilities (Gas and Steam)
Value Analysis; Life-Cycle Costing
Warehouses & Depots
Water Resources; Hydrology;
Ground Water
Water Supply; Treatment and
Distribution
Wind Tunnels; Research/Testing
Facilities Design
Zoning; Land Use Studies
5. NAME OF FIRM
PART I - CONTRACT-SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS
ARCHITECT - ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS
A. CONTRACT INFORMATION
1. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
2. PUBLIC NOTICE DATE
3. SOLICITATION OR PROJECT NUMBER
B. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER POINT OF CONTACT
C. PROPOSED TEAM
(Complete this section for the prime contractor and all key subcontractors.)
4. NAME AND TITLE
8. E-MAIL ADDRESS7. FAX NUMBER6. TELEPHONE NUMBER
(Check)
PRIME
J-V
PARTNER
SUBCON-
TRACTOR
9. FIRM NAME 10. ADDRESS 11. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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D. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF PROPOSED TEAM
(Attached)
CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE
CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE
CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE
CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE
CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE
CHECK IF BRANCH OFFICE
AUTHORIZED FOR LOCAL REPRODUCTION
12. NAME 13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT
18. OTHER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (Publications, Organizations, Training, Awards, etc.)
E. RESUMES OF KEY PERSONNEL PROPOSED FOR THIS CONTRACT
(Complete one Section E for each key person.)
14. YEARS EXPERIENCE
b. WITH CURRENT FIRMa. TOTAL
17. CURRENT PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (STATE AND DISCIPLINE)
16. EDUCATION (DEGREE AND SPECIALIZATION)
15. FIRM NAME AND LOCATION (City and State)
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a.
b.
c.
d.
(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)
(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
(2) YEAR COMPLETED
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)
(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
(2) YEAR COMPLETED
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)
(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
(2) YEAR COMPLETED
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)
e.
Check if project performed with current firm
Check if project performed with current firm
(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE
(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE
(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE
Check if project performed with current firm
Check if project performed with current firm
(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE
19. RELEVANT PROJECTS
(1) TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
(2) YEAR COMPLETED
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)
(2) YEAR COMPLETED
(3) BRIEF DESCRIPTION (Brief scope, size, cost, etc.) AND SPECIFIC ROLE
Check if project performed with current firm
F. EXAMPLE PROJECTS WHICH BEST ILLUSTRATE PROPOSED TEAM'S
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS CONTRACT
(Present as many projects as requested by the agency, or 10 projects, if not specified.
Complete one Section F for each project.)
a. PROJECT OWNER
21. TITLE AND LOCATION (City and State)
25. FIRMS FROM SECTION C INVOLVED WITH THIS PROJECT
24. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT AND RELEVANCE TO THIS CONTRACT (Include scope, size, and cost)
20. EXAMPLE PROJECT KEY
NUMBER
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
(1) FIRM NAME
(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)
(3) ROLE
(1) FIRM NAME
(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)
(3) ROLE(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)
(3) ROLE(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)
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(3) ROLE
(1) FIRM NAME
(2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State) (3) ROLE
b. POINT OF CONTACT NAME
23. PROJECT OWNER'S INFORMATION
c. POINT OF CONTACT TELEPHONE NUMBER
(3) ROLE(1) FIRM NAME (2) FIRM LOCATION (City and State)
22. YEAR COMPLETED
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONSTRUCTION (If applicable)
G. KEY PERSONNEL PARTICIPATION IN EXAMPLE PROJECTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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26. NAMES OF KEY
PERSONNEL
(From Section E,
Block 12)
27. ROLE IN THIS
CONTRACT
(From Section E,
Block 13)
12
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
29. EXAMPLE PROJECTS KEY
NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F) NO. TITLE OF EXAMPLE PROJECT (FROM SECTION F)
28. EXAMPLE PROJECTS LISTED IN SECTION F
(Fill in "Example Projects Key" section below before completing
table. Place "X" under project key number for
participation in same or similar role.)
H. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
30. PROVIDE ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REQUESTED BY THE AGENCY. ATTACH ADDITIONAL SHEETS AS NEEDED.
I. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
31. SIGNATURE 32. DATE
33. NAME AND TITLE
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The foregoing is a statement of facts.
a. SIGNATURE
ARCHITECT-ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS
PART II - GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS
(If a firm has branch offices, complete for each specific branch office seeking work.)
2a. FIRM (OR BRANCH OFFICE) NAME
2b. STREET
2c. CITY 2d. STATE 2e. ZIP CODE
3. YEAR ESTABLISHED 4. DUNS NUMBER
5. OWNERSHIP
b. Discipline
c. No. of Employees
10. PROFILE OF FIRM'S EXPERIENCE AND
ANNUAL AVERAGE REVENUE FOR LAST 5 YEARS
b. Experience
c. Revenue Index
Number
(see below)
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1. SOLICITATION NUMBER (If any)
8a. FORMER FIRM NAME(S) (If any) 8b. YR. ESTABLISHED
9. EMPLOYEES BY DISCIPLINE
Total
(1) FIRM (2) BRANCH
1. Less than $100,000
2. $100,00 to less than $250,000
3. $250,000 to less than $500,000
4. $500,000 to less than $1 million
5. $1 million to less than $2 million
11. ANNUAL AVERAGE PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES REVENUES OF FIRM
FOR LAST 3 YEARS
(Insert revenue index number shown at right)
7. NAME OF FIRM (If block 2a is a branch office)
6a. POINT OF CONTACT NAME AND TITLE
6c. E-MAIL ADDRESS
8c. DUNS NUMBER
a. Federal Work
b. Non-Federal Work
c. Total Work
12. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
b. DATE
c. NAME AND TITLE
a. Function
Code
a. Profile
Code
6b. TELEPHONE NUMBER
a. TYPE
b. SMALL BUSINESS STATUS
The foregoing is a statement of facts.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES REVENUE INDEX NUMBER
6. $2 million to less than $5 million
7. $5 million to less than $10 million
8. $10 million to less than $25 million
9. $25 million to less than $50 million
10. $50 million or greater
Other Employees
AUTHORIZED FOR LOCAL REPRODUCTION
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