Exhibit 3 - Matrix by G98gIP

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									                                                              CATEGORY A – UNSPECIFIED STREAM RESTORATION PROJECTS
KEY TEAM MEMBERS                                                     Key Team Member 1   Key Team Member 2   Key Team Member 3   Key Team Member 4   Key Team Member 5

Personal Information

Name

Professional Designation or License (i.e., PE, etc.) (list)

Licensed in North Carolina? Indicate Yes, No, or N/A

Relevant Academic Degree(s) (list)

Proposed Role/Function

Office Location

Number of Years with Current Firm


Projects Listed in Response to RFQ Question 7 – Indicate Role
of Key Team Member and Level of Involvement (Major/ Minor
or None, as applicable)
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.
                                                           CATEGORY A – UNSPECIFIED STREAM RESTORATION PROJECTS
KEY TEAM MEMBERS                                                     Key Team Member 1   Key Team Member 2   Key Team Member 3   Key Team Member 4   Key Team Member 5
Expertise – Indicate Number of Years or Number of Projects and
Specify if Reporting Numbers or Years
Topographic surveying
Hydrologic/hydraulic experience, incl. HEC-1, HEC-2, HEC-RAS, etc
Analysis of alternatives
Design of storm water retrofits
Storm water detention
Benefit/cost evaluations
Geotechnical engineering/subsurface investigations
Utility relocations and coordination
Erosion control
Conceptual plan preparation
Prep of Construction Documents (plans, specs, bid tabs, estimates)
Construction management
NCDOT encroachment agreements for storm water improvements
Railroad encroachment agreements
Public education and involvement
Stream restoration & enhancement for possible mitigation credit
Wetland restoration mitigation
Water quality modeling/pollutant loading analysis
Water quality BMP analysis, planning & design (incl. low impact)
Successful wet and/or structural BMP technologies
Stream geomorphic assessments, incl. pebble counts, etc.
Biological stream assessment
Vegetation selection and establishment
Dam rehabilitation techniques
Dam safety permits
Rodent control
Environmental site assessments
Invasive plant management
GIS
Any other applicable skills
                                                 CATEGORY B – UNSPECIFIED POND AND DAM REHABILITATION/WATER QUALITY PROJECTS
KEY TEAM MEMBERS                                                    Key Team Member 1   Key Team Member 2   Key Team Member 3   Key Team Member 4   Key Team Member 5

Personal Information

Name

Professional Designation or License (i.e., PE, etc.) (list)

Licensed in North Carolina? Indicate Yes, No, or N/A

Relevant Academic Degree(s) (list)

Proposed Role/Function

Office Location

Number of Years with Current Firm


Projects Listed in Response to RFQ Question 7 – Indicate Role
of Key Team Member and Level of Involvement (Major/ Minor
or None, as applicable)
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.
                                            CATEGORY B – UNSPECIFIED POND AND DAM REHABILITATION/WATER QUALITY PROJECTS
KEY TEAM MEMBERS                                                     Key Team Member 1   Key Team Member 2   Key Team Member 3   Key Team Member 4   Key Team Member 5
Expertise – Indicate Number of Years or Number of Projects and
Specify if Reporting Numbers or Years
Topographic surveying
Hydrologic/hydraulic experience, incl. HEC-1, HEC-2, HEC-RAS, etc
Analysis of alternatives
Design of storm water retrofits
Storm water detention
Benefit/cost evaluations
Geotechnical engineering/subsurface investigations
Utility relocations and coordination
Erosion control
Conceptual plan preparation
Prep of Construction Documents (plans, specs, bid tabs, estimates)
Construction management
NCDOT encroachment agreements for storm water improvements
Railroad encroachment agreements
Public education and involvement
Stream restoration & enhancement for possible mitigation credit
Wetland restoration mitigation
Water quality modeling/pollutant loading analysis
Water quality BMP analysis, planning & design (incl. low impact)
Successful wet and/or structural BMP technologies
Stream geomorphic assessments, incl. pebble counts, etc.
Biological stream assessment
Vegetation selection and establishment
Dam rehabilitation techniques
Dam safety permits
Rodent control
Environmental site assessments
Invasive plant management
GIS
Any other applicable skills
                                                              CATEGORY C – UNSPECIFIED STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
KEY TEAM MEMBERS                                                         Key Team Member 1   Key Team Member 2   Key Team Member 3   Key Team Member 4   Key Team Member 5

Personal Information

Name

Professional Designation or License (i.e., PE, etc.) (list)

Licensed in North Carolina? Indicate Yes, No, or N/A

Relevant Academic Degree(s) (list)

Proposed Role/Function

Office Location

Number of Years with Current Firm


Projects Listed in Response to RFQ Question 7 – Indicate Role
of Key Team Member and Level of Involvement (Major/ Minor
or None, as applicable)
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.
                                                     CATEGORY C – UNSPECIFIED STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
KEY TEAM MEMBERS                                                     Key Team Member 1   Key Team Member 2   Key Team Member 3   Key Team Member 4   Key Team Member 5
Expertise – Indicate Number of Years or Number of Projects and
Specify if Reporting Numbers or Years
Topographic surveying
Hydrologic/hydraulic experience, incl. HEC-1, HEC-2, HEC-RAS, etc
Analysis of alternatives
Design of storm water retrofits
Storm water detention
Benefit/cost evaluations
Geotechnical engineering/subsurface investigations
Utility relocations and coordination
Erosion control
Conceptual plan preparation
Prep of Construction Documents (plans, specs, bid tabs, estimates)
Construction management
NCDOT encroachment agreements for storm water improvements
Railroad encroachment agreements
Public education and involvement
Stream restoration & enhancement for possible mitigation credit
Wetland restoration mitigation
Water quality modeling/pollutant loading analysis
Water quality BMP analysis, planning & design (incl. low impact)
Successful wet and/or structural BMP technologies
Stream geomorphic assessments, incl. pebble counts, etc.
Biological stream assessment
Vegetation selection and establishment
Dam rehabilitation techniques
Dam safety permits
Rodent control
Environmental site assessments
Invasive plant management
GIS
Any other applicable skills

								
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