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Request for Proposals/Qualifications: Parcel D Cleanup

Blue Island’s environmental consultant, V3 Companies, is requesting proposals/qualifications from qualified contractors for subcontract work related to the excavation, hauling, and disposal of oil-contaminated soils and the restoration of excavated areas within the Parcel D Cleanup area at the Northeast Mixed Use Commercial Park (119th/Vincennes). Details are provided below. PROJECT IDENTIFICATION Project Name: Parcel D (TPH Cleanup Area) Project Owner: ... Read More »

Request for Qualifications: Environmental Consulting Services

The City of Blue Island is currently requesting qualifications and fee schedules from environmental consulting firms for work associated with cleanup, redevelopment of a multi-parcel site and former landfill property contaminated with hazardous materials and PCBs. Submittal packages should include two (2) hard copies and an electronic version (if available). best computer software The submissions must be received by 4:00 PM ... Read More »

Brownfield Site Reuse RFP

The City of Blue Island seeks assistance in producing a site reuse plan within the City’s South COD district. Click Here to View the Request for Proposals. The City of Blue Island wishes to obtain qualifications and a priced proposal for site planning and recommendations associated with the redevelopment of Brownfield sites in the South COD area. The work will ... Read More »

Marketing Kit RFP

The City of Blue Island, a Preserve America community, has been awarded funds to develop a multi-functional Marketing Kit.  If you wish to submit a proposal, click  to view the Request for Proposal. Read More »

RFP – Calumet-Sag Trail Corridor Development Plan

Update on the Master Plan and Wayfinding signage for the Calumet-Sag Trail! The City of Blue Island (as the lead agency) received 23 proposals.  Copies of the proposals have been distributed to each of the communities/organizations along the trail for review.  By the end of May, the committee will meet to discuss the proposals.  By mid-June, a maximum of five (5) ... Read More »