Request for Proposal - Rosebud Economic Development CorporationFacebook Twitter Google+
Posted On: December 13, 2017
Introduction: Rosebud Economic Development Corporation (REDCO), a Tribally‐chartered economic development nonprofit of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, is seeking proposals from experienced firms (Consultant) to conduct an economic feasibility study for the first phase of commercial retail/office development at the Keya Wakpala Waíçageyapi site (“Turtle Creek Green Development”). Keya Wakpala, a 590‐acre mixed‐use development site, is located on the Rosebud Indian Reservation (RIR). Keya Wakpala is located on Rosebud Sioux Tribe trust land located north of Highways 18/83 and immediately west of the town of Mission, South Dakota.
Project Title: REDCO Feasibility Study Services ‐ Keya Wakpala Commercial Phase 1
Submittal Information: Interested parties can request a detailed RFP packet from Red Dawn Foster, REDCO, at 605-856-8400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Basis of Selection: Consultants who respond to this RFP may include universities and colleges, private consulting firms, non‐academic/non‐profit entities, or others. However, REDCO reserves the right to interview the most qualified firms based on the number of submittals and relative credentials.
Contact and submittal information: Three (3) printed hard copies and an electronic PDF copy of the Proposals must be sent no later than (3:00 PM CST) January 12, 2018. No late or faxed submittals will be will be accepted. Hard copies of submittals shall be bound or in binders in a sealed envelope clearly marked (Subject: RFP #01‐ 2017, “REDCO Feasibility Study Services ‐ Keya Wakpala Commercial Phase 1”) on the front of the envelope. The submission of the hard copies and the electronic PDF of the Submittals of Qualifications shall be sealed and sent to:
Red Dawn Foster
Rosebud Economic Development Corporation
Post Office Box 236
Mission, South Dakota 57555
REDCO reserves the right to reject any and all submissions to otherwise make decisions and conduct negotiations that are in the best interest of REDCO and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.