MAG is soliciting the services of invited consultants to perform consulting services for the following TAG project:
Payson Gateway Plan
The Payson Downtown Gateway Plan will ensure that major upcoming investments, including the I-15/Main Street interchange realignment, UVU Payson Campus, Mountain Technical College Payson Campus, Nebo Beltway, Bamberger Ranch, and the Payson FrontRunner Station, blend well within the existing urban fabric and support the community’s overall vision for the future. Key objectives to be considered and addressed within the plan include:
Mitigating I-15 as a physical and physiological east-west barrier dividing a growing community, separating residents from transit and educational services, and discouraging active transportation travel.
Improving the utilization of land within the project area, with an emphasis on context-appropriate development.
Maintaining/enhancing Payson’s small-town identity by carefully integrating new with existing development patterns and transportation networks.
Improving the ‘gateway’ experience for residents and visitors, with an emphasis on human-scale design and destination-based uses, services, and experiences.
MAG will serve as contractor and administrator. Payson City will serve as day-to-day project manager.
1:00 PM, May 15, 2023, zoom or MAG conference room
June 5, 2023, 6:00pm
Daniel Wayne, Community Planning Director
Any consultant firm not specifically invited should partner with an invited firm before submitting a proposal.
PSOMAS, Design Workshop, Sasaki, WCG, WSP, CRSA, Kimley Horn, Nelson Nygaard, Parametrix, Alta Planning & Design, Crandall Arumbula, Township & Range, and DTRedevelopment
Any emailed questions will be posted here.
Yes. Consider partnering with one of the selected firms and contact other TAG awardees whose RFPs will be coming out over the next few months.
No. Any invited firm may apply regardless of whether they attended the pre-submittal meeting.