Flood Storage Assessment Methodology RFQ

Flood Storage Assessment Methodology RFQ

**Addendum to Flood Storage Assessment Methodology RFQ: The deadline to submit quotes has been extended to December 20, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.  No other components of the Request for Quotes has changed.

Willamette Partnership (Partnership) intends to hire a consultant to develop a quantification method that measures floodplain storage and attenuation for the NRCS Floodplain Managers Toolkit Project (Project).  Interested consultants must submit quotes by email before 5:00 p.m. on December 15, 2016.

The consultant selected by the Partnership shall enter into a Contract for Professional Services with the Partnership. For more information, contact Nicole Maness at maness@willamettepartnership.org or 202.384.8992.

View Request for Quotation here.

Nicole is lead for Willamette Partnership’s work on habitat conservation. In this role, she focuses on building the science-based tools to support incentive programs for aquatic and terrestrial habitat and works with policy makers and stakeholders to implement innovative approaches to restoration throughout the Pacific Northwest. Prior to moving to Oregon, Nicole was the executive director of a think tank at the University of British Columbia that dealt with forest land-use policy in BC. She holds a BSc in Environmental Science from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. When not thinking about conservation, Nicole enjoys exploring the backcountry wilderness, playing the piano, and attaining new levels of patience and optimism as she restores her house in Corvallis.


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