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Architect/Engineering Services

This section provides consultants with information on the estimated times the Office of Federal Lands Highway (FLH) will begin soliciting for renewal of our Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for A/E services. The general process that the federal government utilizes is also included on the "solicitation process" page. All contracts are expected to be able to operate/support efforts in all covered states. It is anticipated that the contracts may be awarded for a performance period of 5 years. During drafting of the solicitation, descriptions below may be altered.

Notice to Prospective Offerors:

As a Federal office we conduct A/E acquisitions in accordance with the Federal Acquisitions Regulation 36.6 and Transportation Acquisition Regulation 1236.6.  All solicitations are posted on SAM.GOV which can be found through the Contract Opportunities tab on this webpage. The Office of Federal Lands Highway encourages highly qualified A/E firms to respond to our market research notices (Request for Information and Source Sought Notices) and our qualification based solicitations posted on this webpage. If you are interested in conducting business with FHWA’s Office of Federal Lands Highway please register in SAM.GOV for information on A/E contracting opportunities. In addition, please check the DOT Procurement Forecast for upcoming contracting opportunities.  This procurement forecast is updated annually starting on October 1 for upcoming contracting opportunities for each fiscal year. If you have additional questions on A/E contracting opportunities, please visit the FLH Leadership Page to contact the specific Division office you are interested in working with.  

Multi-Discipline Contracts:

These contracts may require any or all of the Architect-Engineer services described on this page Contract Holders | FHWA (dot.gov), including: highway design; environmental; geotechnical; hydraulics/hydrology; survey and mapping; landscape architecture; right-of-way and utilities; bridge and highway related structural engineering.

Updated: Monday, September 26, 2022