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General Services Administration

Federal
Acquisition

Service

Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List


On
-
line access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions,
up
-
to
-
date pricing,

and the option to

create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage!
,
a menu
-
driven database system.

The
Internet

address for GSA Advantage! is
http://www.gsaadvantage.gov


Professional
Environmental

Services

Schedule 899

Contract N
umber:
GS
-
10
F
-
0
160X

Contract Period


3/
30
/11
through
3/2
9
/16









3555

Timberlane School Road

Tallahassee, FL 32312

Telephone Number: (850) 668
-
5211

Web Site:
www.gpise.com


Contract Administration:
Dan Schmutz
,
M.S.
,
813
-
765
-
0874



Business Size: Large

DUNS:
192182418

For more information on ordering from Federal Supply Schedules click on the FSS

Schedules button at http://
www.f
ss.gsa.gov


GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X




OVERVIEW OF GPI SOUTHEAST, INC.


The passage of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) in 1969 and the enactment of the 1972 Amendments to
the Water Pollution Control Act heralded a new era of Federal, Stat
e, and Local environmental regulations which
changed, likely forever, the way in which the practice of engineering is conducted. Recognizing this,
GPI

developed a
high level of expertise in the fields of environmental science, environmental planning
,

and regulatory procedures.
With these in
-
house capabilities,
GPI

takes its clients’ projects from the conceptual stage, through environmental
hearings and permits, without costly delays and the need for major redesigns. As an acknowledged leader in the
en
vironmental field,
GPI

has served numerous local and state governments in various roles to provide research,
solutions
, and analyse
s regarding a variety of natural resource issues.


To most effectively serve the needs of our clients,
GPI

has a staff of ex
perienced professionals with
broad
experience
.
Our staff includes environmental scientists and engineers, surveyors, registered planners, and landscape architects. As
a company,
GPI

has over 45 professionals

many of whom are experts in
key

areas

of environ
mental engineering.


The firm’s success has been achieved by the establishment of personalized relationships between
GPI

staff and clients,
through the review of every project by senior members of the management team and, perhaps most important of all,
by the in
-
house availability of experts in almost all planning and engineering disciplines.


GPI

has successfully executed
numerous projects

that have contributed to the capabilities
and reputation
of our
company. These projects
demonstrate

expertise in Environ
mental Monitoring and Reporting;

Environmen
tal Impact
Assessments;

Scientific Research and Data Analyses (
including

vegetative, hydrologic, soil
,

and wildlife assessmen
ts);
GIS Mapping and Remote Sensing;
Wetland Health Evaluations; and

Habitat Mapping, Evaluation and Enhancement
Planning.


Through these projects,
GPI

is now recognized as a premier provider of water us
e permitting and compliance services.
GPI

scientists have provided environmental impact studies to a plethora of government agencies directed at assessing
the
potential effects of
water
production activities
on
ecological resources. We have performed sever
al large scale
wetland condition evaluations by using a combination of aerial imagery

analysis and field evaluations, and

evaluated

existing habitats for enhancement and
environmental
resource permitting.


Our

environmental professionals
remain
committed to upholding the stipulations of the
NEPA

and other state and
local environmental regulations, whether
working with government agencies in steering their projects through
environmental and regulatory procedures;
assisting
private clients with env
ironmental reviews, hearings, and permits;
supporting
local governing, zoning, and planning boards in fulfilling their environmental responsibilities;
or

providing
technical support to
public interest groups and civic associations
to

guide wise and compati
ble development.







GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
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10F
-
0160X




WHAT WE DO




Environmental Monitoring & Reporting

GPI

scientists routinely develop and implement all aspects of Environmental Management Plans (EMPs) for water
supply clients in satisfaction of their water use permits (WUPs) or con
sumptive use permits (CUPs). These
comprehensive management plans generally include: selection of
appropriate wetlands and lakes for biologic and hydrologic
monitoring, development of appropriate monitoring methods, and
implementation of relevant analyses.

GPI

scientists also implement
mitigation site monitoring, including the development of statistically
valid study designs and performance of quantitative vegetation
monitoring.


Environmental Impact Assessments

GPI

scientists have provided environmental impact studies for
numerous local governments in central Florida. Many of these
studies have been prepared in support of WUP or CUP applications
to assess the potential effects of groundwater production activities
on

ecological resources, including: wetlands, surface waters, and wildlife habitat. Our understanding of the
interactions between surficial aquifer levels and wetlands in various hydrogeologic settings is fundamental to
accurately develop these assessments.


Scientific Research and Data Analyses

GPI

scientists perform a wide array of research
-
oriented vegetative, hydrologic, soil, and wildlife assessments. The
results of these studies have contributed
greatly to our understanding of
the relationships between
groundwater
production and wetland hydrology, the effects of groundwater augmentation on wetland ecosystems, rates of soil
subsidence under hydrologic changes, habitat specificity of plant species within wetland zones, the establishment of
Minimum Flows an
d Levels for several central Florida rivers, and the vegeta
tive

structural components of properly
managed natural areas. These studies involve the development of innovative statistical methods that appropriately
address research questions of interests with
out unnecessary complexity.


Regional Wetland Health Evaluations & Habitat Mapping

GPI

scientists and geospatial analysts have performed several large scale wetland condition evaluations throughout
the northern Tampa Bay region using a combination of hist
orical aerial imagery analysis and field evaluations. These
results have been accepted by both water suppliers and the SWFWMD as the most accurate, complete inventories
available.
GPI

scientists routinely perform habitat mapping using GIS and aerial imager
y for a variety of other project
types, including: environmental monitoring, environmental impact assessments, and conservation easement baseline
documentation reporting.



GPI
’s Department of Environmental Sciences specializes in natural resource issues important to local
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GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X





Lake Habitat Evaluation and Enhancement Planning

The FWC and other agencies have enlisted the help of
GPI

scientists to
evaluate existing lake habitats for aquatic enhancement, such as dredging
and tussock removal, at a number of c
entral Florida lakes, including

Lake
Panasoffkee, Lake Jesup, Gant Lake, L
ake Kissimmee, and the Tsala Apopka
Lake Complex. These evaluations have involved detailed aquatic and
habitat mapping using remote sensing and field assessments, wildlife
surveys, wetland delineations, mitigation design, and Environmental
Resource Permitt
ing.


Environmental Resource Permitting

GPI

scientists have provided Environmental Resource Permitting support to a variety of public agencies and as a
subconsultant to private engineering firms. These projects routinely involve listed species assessments
, wetland
delineations using state and federal methods, habitat mapping and narrative descriptions, impact assessments using
the Uniform Mitigation Assessment Method (UMAM), and mitigation design. Our permitting team is led by a former
SWFWMD environmental

section manager who understands that every project is different and thinks creatively about
how best to achieve the project goals with minimum environmental impact.


CUSTOMER INFORMATION



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X





1a. Table of
awarded Special Item Numbers (SINs):


Environmental Services Schedule No. 899


899
-
1 Environmental
Consulting Services; 899
-
7 Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Services

1b. Statement of Lowest Price:



Prices shown on price list are net; all discoun
ts have been
deducted

1c. Commercial Job Titles:



Please

s
ee attached listing of labor category titles and
descriptions.

2.

Maximum order:


$5,000,000

3. Minimum order:


$100

4. Geographic coverage (delivery area):




FOB Destination,
domestic delivery, with the exact time to be
specified on individual Deliver/Task Orders.

5. Point(s) of production:



Various, per individual project

6. Discount from list prices or statement of net
price:


Government net prices (discounts
already deducted). Please see
list of labor categories and pricing.

7. Quantity discounts:


None

8. Prompt payment terms:


Net 30 days

9a. Notification that Government purchase cards are
accepted at or below the micro
-
purchase threshold:


GPI Sou
theast, Inc. will accept
a

Governmental
purchase

c
ard for
purchases up to $2,500

9b. Notification whether Government purchase
cards are accepted or not accepted above the micro
-
purchase threshold:


GPI Southeast, Inc. will accept
a Governmental
purchase card

for
purchases more than $2,500.

10. Foreign items (list items by country of origin):


None

11a. Time of delivery:


Specified on the Task Order

11b. Expedited delivery:


Contact Contractor/Offeror

11c. Overnight and 2
-
day delivery:


Contact Contractor/Offeror

11d. Urgent Requirements:


Contact Contractor/Offeror

12. F.O.B. Point:


Destination

13a. Ordering address:


GPI Southeast, Inc.,

1722 W. Oak
Ridge Rd.
, Orlando, FL 32809

13b. Ordering procedures:


For supplies and
services, the ordering procedures, information
on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA’s), and a sample BPA can
be found at the GSA/FSS Schedule homepage
(fss.gsa.gov/schedules).

14. Payment address:


GPI Southeast, Inc., 13097 N Telecom Parkway, Tampa, FL
33637

15. Warranty provision:


Standard Commercial Warranty

16. Export packing charges:


N/A

17. Terms and conditions of Government purchase
card acceptance (any thresholds above the micro
-

GPI Southeast, Inc. will accept a Governmental purchase card for
purchases up to $2,500 and will accept a Governmental
CUSTOMER INFORMATION



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X




purchase level):

purchase card for purchases more than $2,500.

18. Terms and conditions of rental, maintenance,
and repair:


N/A

19. Terms and
conditions of installation:


N/A

20. Terms and conditions of repair parts indicating
date of parts price lists and any discounts from list
prices:



N/A

20a. Terms and conditions for any other services:



N/A

21. List of service and distribution
points:



N/A

22. List of participating dealers:



N/A

23. Preventive maintenance:



N/A

24a. Environmental attributes:



N/A

24b. Section 508 Compliance:



N/A

25. Data Universal Number System (DUNS) Number:



192182418

26. Central
Contractor Registration (CCR):



Yes





PRICE LIST






899
-
1
-

Environmental Consulting Services


Principal Scientist


$

166
.
14

Senior Environmental Scientist

$

141.04

Supervising Engineer

$

133.89

Environmental Scientist IV

$

126.53

Environmental
Scientist III

$

104.72

Environmental Scientist II

$


85.02

Environmental Scientist I

$

74.22

Environmental Technician II

$

66.09



899
-
7
-

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services



GIS Analyst II

$
95.77

Note: prices are net all
discounts and include the Industrial Funding Fee of 0.75%


DEFINITIONS OF LABOR CATEGORIES



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X






899
-
1
-

Environmental Consulting Services

Principal Scientist


Functional Responsibility:


Working under supervision of a Branch Manager, the
Principal Scientist is recognized as a technical expert in an area of
specialization.

The Principal Scientist oversees the professional development of Environmental Scientists, evaluates performance of
Environmental Scientists, and develops revenue backlo
g through marketing and business development.

Duties generally include: business development, personnel management, QA/QC procedures development and
implementation, scope and fee development, contract negotiations, permitting, and management of large eco
logical
projects.

The Principal Scientist is responsible for development and implementation of Quality Assurance/Quality Control protocols
throughout Division.

The Principal Scientist monitors Division’s budget performance, marketing efforts, and quality

control of programs to ensure
client satisfaction, continued backlog, and profitability.

Education/Experience:

BS/BA/BT degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Engineering, or Chemistry and 15 years of experience with an ecological
consulting firm
or public agency
-

three of the 15 years should be management experience


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline








Years Experience

MS/MA



Environmental Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry


13/3 Mgmt

PhD



Environmental
Science

/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry


10/3 Mgmt



Senior Environmental Scientist


Functional Responsibility:

Working under the general supervision of a Principal Scientist, the Senior Environmental Scientist serves as a recognized
specialist in their field of science.

The Senior Environmental Scientist is experienced with marketing and project management and is

able to develop and
implement well
-
designed ecological studies of terrestrial, aquatic, and urban ecosystems to evaluate relationships between
restoration strategies, land use management decisions, watershed management alternatives, and best management
pr
actices.

Duties generally include: personnel management, managing and providing expertise on programs and projects; providing
considerable supervisory responsibilities; identifying clients; initiating, preparing, and submitting proposals; determining
prog
ram objectives and requirements; and conformance to budget and quality control.

Education/Experience:


BS/BA/BT degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, Biology, or Chemistry and 15 years of relevant experience with an
ecological consulting firm or
public agency.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline








Years Experience

MS/MA



Environmental Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry


10

PhD



Environmental Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry


5



DEFINITIONS OF LABOR CATEGORIES



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X





Supervising Engineer


Functional Responsibility:

Working under the general supervision of the Branch Manager, the Senior Engineer serves as a recognized specialist in their
field of engineering. The Senior Engineer will have extensive experience with project management and be able to develop
and implemen
t well
-
designed engineering studies of stormwater BMPs, drainage systems, reclaimed water systems,
watersheds, lakes, wetland environments, uplands, and other ecosystems to evaluate restoration strategies, land use
management decisions, watershed managemen
t alternatives, and best management practices.

Duties generally include: managing and providing expertise on programs and projects; providing considerable supervisory
responsibilities; signing and sealing engineering designs and reports; identifying pote
ntial new studies and research partners;
determining program objectives and requirements; and conformance to budget and quality control.

Education/Experience Requirements:


BS/BA/BT degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, Biology, or Chemistry and with 15 years of relevant experience with
an ecological consulting firm or public agency.

Applicable training or certification requirements (if any):


Certification as a P
rofessional Engineer (P.E.) is required.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline








Years Experience

MS/MA



Engineering/Environmental Science




10

PhD



Engineering/Environmental Science




5




Environmental Scientist IV


Functional Responsibility:


Working under the general supervision of a Principal Scientist
,

the Environmental Scientist IV independently manages
projects, provides supervisory responsibility, and provides technical expertise within their area of specialization.

Duties generally include: managing projects; understanding information gathering te
chniques; designing monitoring
protocols; identifying clients; initiating, preparing, and submitting proposals; defining the scope of projects; and being
proficient in data management and statistical analysis.

The Environmental Scientist IV will have expe
rience in presentations, marketing, client interaction, and project tracking.

Education/Experience:


BS/BA/BT degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Engineering, or Chemistry and with 12+ years of relevant experience
with an ecological consulting firm

or public agency.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline








Years Experience

MS/MA



Engineering Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry



8

PhD



Engineering Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry



4




DEFINITIONS OF LABOR CATEGORIES



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X





Environmental
Scientist III


Functional Responsibility:


Working under the supervision of a Senior Environmental Scientist, the Environmental Scientist III independently manages
projects, provides some personnel supervision, plans and executes field investigations
for ecological evaluations and
regulatory compliance, and may also provide support as an individual researcher or technical specialist.

Duties generally include: conducting quantitative analyses of detailed ecological data (e.g., wetland delineation, site

inspections, vegetation, wildlife, “listed” species, water levels, and soils), preparing environmental permit applications,
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MS/MA



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PhD



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Scientist II


Functional Responsibility:

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small projects and assists on larger more complex projects.

Duties generally include:
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Education/Experience:


BS/BA/BT degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, Biology, or Chemistry and 3 years of relevant experience with an
ecological consulting firm or public agency.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline








Years Experience

MS/MA



Engineering Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry



1

DEFINITIONS OF LABOR CATEGORIES



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X





Environmental Scientist I


Functional Responsibility:


Working under the supervision of an Environmental Scientist III or Senior Environmental Scientist, the Environmental Scientis
t
I performs routine professional assignments requiring application of scientific techniques, methods, and procedures.

Duties
generally include: collecting and recording field data (e.g., wetland delineation, site inspections, vegetation, wildlife,
surface and groundwater levels, and soils); writing technical reports; performing monitoring studies or field studies; and
participat
ing in site assessments.

Additional duties may include: stormwater permitting for municipalities, industry, and construction sites; NPDES annual
reporting; municipal site inspections; NPDES violation inspections; NPDES records review; design of databases;

developing
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPs) and Stormwater Management Plans (SWMPs); conducting illicit discharge,
sediment and erosion control, and spill prevention trainings; acting as liaison with regulatory agencies; developing and
conduc
ting aquatic and terrestrial vegetation sampling programs; developing Basin Action Management Plans in support of
TMDL requirements; conducting Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments; and certifying field inspectors as part
of the local Sedime
nt and Erosion Control Inspector training program.

Must have knowledge of local flora and of basic plant ecology and community characteristics and definitions.



Education/Experience:


BS/BA/BT degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Engineering, or Chemistry and professional training in ecological or
environmental related fieldwork and data collection techniques.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline







Years Experience

AA



Engineering Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry


1


Environmental
Technician

I
I



Functional Responsibility:


Working under the supervision of an Environmental Scientist III or Senior Environmental Scientist, the Environmental
Technician II assists with data collection, including entry
-
level fieldwork and/or field assessments.


Must have ability to accurately and efficiently enter technical data into spreadsheets or databases and produce tables, chart
s,
and/or graphs.


Must
have knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet software, and basic ecological principals.

Education/Experience:


High school diploma or GED and 1 year of relevant college coursework (i.e., Environmental Science, Biology, or Chemistry); 2
years of relevan
t experience.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline







Years Experience

BS



Engineering Science/Biology/Engineering/Chemistry


0





DEFINITIONS OF LABOR CATEGORIES



GPI Southeast, Inc.

GS
-
10F
-
0160X





899
-
7
-

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Services


GIS Analyst II


Functional
Responsibility:

Working under supervision of a Senior Engineer or Senior Environmental Scientist, performs and applies standard Geographic
Information Systems (GIS) procedures to detailed phases of projects.

Duties generally include: providing GIS
technical support and GIS task management for a wide range of projects, vector and
raster data development, mapping, geodatabase design, data dictionary development, metadata development, and spatial
analyses.

Education/Experience:


BS/BA/BT in Geography
, Planning, Computer Sciences, Natural Resources, or a related discipline and 3 years experience.


Educational/Experience Substitutions:

Degree



Discipline








Years Experience

MS/AA



Geography, Planning, Computer Sciences, Natural Resources


1