Request for Proposals - Technical Advisor position - US Magnesium

02 April 2015 Published in News & Events
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FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake is requesting Statements of Qualifications and Proposals from individuals and firms to act as the FoGSL’s technical expert in monitoring and interpreting site specific information related to the cleanup of the US Magnesium Superfund Site near Rowley, Utah in Tooele County.

FoGSL RFP for Technical Advisor USMAG.pdf


The DEADLINE for responding to this RFQ/RFP and for submitting all related materials is Tuesday, April 14th, 2015, at 5:00 P.M.  

FoGSL will announce the successful applicant within thirty days of the deadline. FoGSL expects to enter into a written “time and material” contract with a “not to exceed” cap on total costs, expenses and materials with the selected individual or firm. The selection process, the contractor, and contract are subject to prior review by the EPA. FoGSL reserves the right to modify, withdraw or cancel this RFQ/RFP at any time and for any reason prior to the execution of a written agreement with the selected individual or firm.

FoGSL reserves the right to meet with one or more respondents before making a final selection.

Address all submissions and correspondence to:

Katie Pearce, TAG Coordinator and Board member, FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake

P.O. Box 2655, Salt Lake City, Utah 84110.




Why We Care

  • Years ago the Great Salt Lake was a entertainment destination for the people of Salt Lake City. One of my ancestors had a vacation home near Black Rock, where he would take his family to escape the heat and cares of the city. That was a long time ago and a lot has changed since then. For many reasons the lake is not as popular as it once was. But it has been a source of peace, contemplation, and inspiration to me. I reflect on photos I have seen of the grand days of Saltair and the love of floating in the lake. I have done this myself on numerous occasions. I love the sensation of effortlessly floating. And we can escape the cares of the world.

    Clinton Whiting, Alfred Lambourne Prize Participant