NEIWPCC contracts with many specialists to provide or support research, monitoring, outreach, and other work.
Individuals, private companies, research institutions, watershed organizations and other non-profits help us to support the needs of our states and partner programs. If you are interested in pursuing a competitive opportunity, apply for one listed below.
For detailed descriptions of each opportunity click on the downloads below. You may also call us at 978-323-7929.
To apply for these opportunities click here for Online RFP Submissions
NEIWPCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Requests for Proposals
Meetinghouse Creek Engineering Design (PEP) Request For Proposals
NEIWPCC and the Peconic Estuary Partnership (PEP) are now accepting proposals from contractors to complete engineering designs and permitting for a habitat restoration project at Meetinghouse Creek in Riverhead, NY.
The Meetinghouse Creek wetland is a priority habitat restoration project for PEP and the town of Riverhead. In 2019, the Conceptual Design for the site recommended the construction of a 1.2 acre wetland to manage stormwater runoff. When completed, the project will manage stormwater flow and reduce pollution runoff, improving water quality and wetland plant and wildlife biodiversity.
The current request is for services to develop complete engineering designs based on the conceptual design and to secure all necessary permits so this project is shovel-ready. Please contact Emma Gildesgame with any questions about this project.
The deadline for applications is December 1, 2020 at noon EST.
Meetinghouse Creek Habitat Restoration Engineering Design and Permitting Services Request for Proposals
Appendix A – Title Page Format
Appendix B – Overall Budget Form
Appendix C – Task Based Budget Format
Appendix D – PEP Conceptual Habitat Restoration Design- Main Road (2019)
Wanted: Water Quality Presenters
Training Webinars for Water Quality Impairment Professionals.
NEIWPCC is now accepting presentation proposals for our National 303(d)/TMDL Webinar Series. Since 2016, this EPA-funded program has offered training and technical assistance to advance Clean Water Act Section 303(d) implementation. Section 303(d) requires states to identify and list waters which don’t meet water quality standards and develop plans to reduce pollution. Over 350 people from state, tribal, and federal 303(d) programs and other related organizations have attended webinars so far.
We will consider all submissions and are especially seeking proposals focused on our priority topics, which include community engagement, data management and analysis, and emerging concerns for TMDLs. Funding of up to $1,500 per webinar is available to support eligible applicants. See the full Call for Applications for more information.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and are reviewed quarterly, generally in March, June, September, and December. We expect to schedule approximately 4 webinars in 2020 and will provide information about the selection timeline upon receipt of your proposal.
Submit your application online. For more information on the program and for a complete listing of previous webinars, visit our webinar series website. Contact Emma Gildesgame with questions.