Sublessee shall provide all tenant improvements. All improvements must meet current ADA standards and any Airport/FAA regulations. All improvements shall be approved in advance by the Airport Director or her/his designee.
Should a conflict arise between the Sublessee and other concession operators at the Airport regarding the scope of concession privileges, the Airport Director’s decision on the matter shall be final and conclusive. The Sublessee agrees to abide by the Airport Director’s decision.
SECTION 5. PROPOSAL CONTENT AND FORMAT
The County recognizes that respondents are likely to commit significant resources in preparation of their proposals. Further, it is in the County’s best interest to have maximum competition among respondents in order that the County retains the most qualified respondents. As such, it is in the best interests of the County and each respondent to avoid any question whether the respondent’s proposal is responsive to this RFP. Therefore, it is crucial that respondents thoroughly read this entire RFP and carefully follow all instructions. It is not uncommon for a proposal to be deemed non- responsive by the County because of what some might consider are inconsequential errors or omissions by a respondent. For example, proposals have been rejected by
the County specified in
because they were not sealed or
marked that the
on the outside as form and content
requirements of this RFP will responsiveness of proposals. avoid errors and omissions.
be rigorously A checklist is
applied by the County in determining the included in this RFP to help respondents
Respondents should also allow adequate time for mailing or special delivery of proposals to the County. It is not uncommon for one or more respondents to be disqualified in submitting proposals to the County because the proposals were not received in a timely manner.
Proposals must respond directly to the evaluation criteria for this project. Additional
material (other than that requested below) is not required or desired. brevity are encouraged.
One page is defined as one side of a standard 8½” by 11” sheet of paper. Submittals shall be presented in 8½” by 11” format. A limited number of larger sheets may be included if folded to the 8½” by 11” format. Larger sheets will count as two pages. Tabs and/or divider pages do not count against the maximums. Small print should be avoided.
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