ULI’s Urban Resilience Program Seeks Economic Modeling Consultant for Business Case for Resilience Project
October 22, 2019
Project: Business Case for Resilience for Southeast Florida
Location: Flexible, with some travel required
Project Duration: 4 months, with work concluding in April 2020
Project Budget: Not to exceed $150,000, including travel and model costs
Proposals Due: Wednesday, November 13th at 1 pm ET (early submissions encouraged)
Contact: [email protected]
ULI is partnering with the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact to launch the Business Case for Resilience in Southeast Florida project. The project aims to close gaps in the regional economic evaluation of flood risk and exposure, with the specific inclusion of sea level rise.
As the overall project manager for the project, ULI’s Urban Resilience program is seeking an economic modeling consultant/team to perform an analysis of:
- Economic risks of flooding and the augmentation of that risk due to sea level rise
- Economic benefit of resilience action as a function of risk reduction and avoided economic losses
- Economic opportunities associated with resilience investments
The conducted analysis will be included in a final report, synthesized by ULI, with national research findings and designed for readership by a broad land use, real estate, resilience, and policy maker audience.
All proposal correspondence should be directed to [email protected]. Proposals are due in a PDF format (max 25 MB) to that email address by 1 pm ET on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019. Please submit any inquiries by Close of Business on Friday, November 8th, 2019.
ULI hosted a webinar to present the project scope of work and answer any questions to interested applicants on Tuesday, November 5th, 2019 at 12 pm noon ET. Click here to listen/watch the recording of the webinar or click here to view the presentation slides.
We welcome notifications from interested applicants so we can provide status updates on the selection process.
- Project and RFP Webinar Questions and Answers (link)
- Stronge, W. B. and R. R. Schultz. 1997. Broward County Beaches: An Economic Study 1995‐96. Technical Report 97‐03. Department of Natural Resources Protection, Biological Resources Division. Broward County, Florida (link)
- Cost-Benefit of Flood-Proofing/Buy Out Programs, Metropole (2015)