HCBF Seeks Proposals for Off-Port Land Use Impact Study

Harbor Community Benefit Foundation (HCBF) is seeking proposals from qualified firms for the completion of a study of off-Port land use impacts on the communities of Wilmington and San Pedro, California.

Per the terms of the TraPac MOU, the proposed study will consider the cumulative impacts of past, current and future Port of Los Angeles operations in Wilmington and San Pedro.

In accordance with HCBF’s Board adopted 2013-2016 Strategic Plan, the study will inform HCBF and community stakeholders of the environmental, social, and economic challenges stemming from the expanding operations of the Port of Los Angeles, as well as the unique opportunities for future community investment.

>>> Download the Request for Proposals (RFP)

Submissions 

All submissions are due electronically via Submittable no later than 4pm on Friday, September 26, 2014. Submissions that arrive after the deadline, for any reason, will not be accepted and automatically disqualify the applicant.

>>> Go to HCBF’s Submittable page

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