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Financial advisory services or the Transporation Infrastructure Finance and Innovative Act (TIFIA) Program

Solicitation Number: DTFH61-13-R-00018
Agency: Department of Transportation
Office: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Location: Office of Acquisition Management
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DTFH61-13-R-00018
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Award
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September 11, 2013
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DTFH61-13-D-00027-35
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MAXIMUM VALUE $28,787,000
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SEE BELOW
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Scully Capital Services
1730 M. Street, NW
Washington DC 20036

Infrastructure Management Group
4733 Bethesda Ave
Bethesda MD 20814

Montague De Rose and Associates
2801 Townsgate Road
Westlake Village CA 91361

Taylor DeJongh Inc.
1101 17th Street
Washington DC 20036

The Louis Berger Group Inc.
1250 23th St. NW
Washington DC 20037

Deloitte Financial Advisory Service
1750 Tysons Blvd.
McLean VA 22102

Greengate LLC
1752 N. Street NW
Washington DC 20036

Piper Jaffray
Two Logan Square
Philadelphia PA 19103

Project Finance Advisory Ltd
185 Berry Street
San Francisco CA 94107

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United States
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Added: Apr 16, 2013 11:26 am
 

Selected firms will assist the DOT in evaluating the creditworthiness of projects, negotiating the financial terms and conditions in the credit agreements for Federal credit assistance, and providing post-closing financial services. 


 The FHWA seeks well qualified firms with significant project finance expertise in the municipal bond, corporate bond, and commercial banking sectors, as well as specific experience in infrastructure financings advanced through public-private partnerships. In addition, firms offering to provide risk assessment services must have specific experience performing revenue assessments using probabilistic techniques, such as Monte Carlo simulation, to analyze the assumptions and values underlying project revenue forecasts.  Firms offering to provide services in connection with the restructuring of TIFIA loans and bankruptcy filings must have significant experience providing restructuring services to lenders.


             The FHWA intends to award multiple ID/IQ contracts so that several firms will be available at any time to compete for task orders issued on behalf of the TIFIA credit program.  The number of task orders issued will depend on the demand for Federal credit assistance.  Generally, each upcoming credit transaction will result in a specific task order for financial services for assistance with the TIFIA Joint Program Office (JPO) project evaluation and may include optional tasks for assistance with legal negotiations and post-closing services.  In addition, the FHWA may issue task orders for research and other special financial advisory services to assist in carrying out DOT credit program requirements.

The RFP will be issued as a  Full and Open Competition solicitiation.

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Solicitation 1

Type:
Solicitation
Posted Date:
May 2, 2013
Description: TIFIA FINANCIAL SERVICES

Amendment 1

Type:
Mod/Amendment
Posted Date:
May 23, 2013
Description: QUESTION & ANSWERS
Description: REVISED ATTACHMENT 1
SF30_R00018.doc (63.50 Kb)
Description: AMENDMENT 1 SF 30
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HAAM, Mail Stop E65-101
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, District of Columbia 20590
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Charles D. Kotch,
Contracting Officer
Phone: 202-366-6622
Fax: 202-266-3701
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Aimee S Drewry,
Contracting Officer
Phone: (202) 366-4211
Fax: (202) 366-3705