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Request for Proposals

New York City Environmental Protection has decided not to renew its Prequalification Lists (PQL’s); all Request for Proposals (“RFP”) in the near future will be “open”, or available to any firm which chooses to download the RFP from the City Record Online. You may want to confirm your firm is currently on the Citywide Bidders List in order to receive notice of any future availability of these RFP’s. Should DEP decide in the future to once again establish PQL’s, an advertisement will be placed in the City Record.

DEP’s open RFPs (RFPs for the general public) are published in the City Record and posted on the City Record Website.

Published: RFP: Due Date:

Description:
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Office of Engineering Audits (OEA) seeks the services of an Engineering and Accounting Auditing consultant to audit the Agency’s capital construction payments (partial, change order, substantial and final), consultant payments, perform overhead audits, review and approval of change orders (for scope and cost), and review damages for delay (DFD’s) within the allowable time frame.

Learn more at the City Record Online

10/17/2014 OEA-EAA3 - Engineering and Accounting Auditor Services PIN# 82615OEA-EAA3 11/13/2014
Published: RFP: Due Date:

Description:
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYCDEP) requires the services of an Engineering Consultant to provide (a) engineering services for the annual and five year inspection of chemical storage tank systems (chemical storage tanks and appurtenances) and (b) perform other tank system related engineering services.

Learn more at the City Record Online

10/16/2014 CSTS-14 - Engineering Services for Inspection of Chemical Storage Tank Systems and Related Work PIN# 82614CSTS2014 11/20/2014
Published: NA: Due Date:

Description:
This negotiated acquisition solicitation (the “Solicitation”) outlines the terms by which interested parties (“Applicants”) may apply to be considered for award of a contract to provide services processing and storing large volumes of discarded porcelain toilet fixtures/materials generated by DEP’s Toilet Replacement Program (the “TRP”). In 2014, DEP will launch Phase 1 of the TRP, which is a toilet fixture replacement program that incentivizes owners of certain residential buildings to replace older toilets with high-efficiency models. Through its Department of Design and Construction (“DDC”), New York City (the “City”) will reuse the processed porcelain material, known as recycled porcelain aggregate (“RPA”), in lieu of No. 3 crushed stone for sub-base in City sidewalks. Additionally, a portion of this RPA material will be used for projects carried out by DEP’s Office of Green Infrastructure (“OGI”) through construction contractors retained by DEP or the City’s Department of Parks and Recreation (“DPR”) or Department of Transportation (“DOT”), to comprise the bottom layer of right-of-way bioswales (“ROWBs”) in lieu of “open graded” crushed stone.

Learn more at the City Record Online

10/9/2014 TRP-CRUSHING - Negotiated Acquisition - Available only from a single source - PIN# 82615BEPATCC 10/31/2014
Published: RFP: Due Date:

Description:
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) seeks a Consultant to provide Design Services, and Design Services during Construction for the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of the Lower Catskill Aqueduct. As part of the services rendered under this contract, it is expected the Consultant will perform a full inspection and condition assessment of the Lower Catskill Aqueduct and its associated components.

Learn more at the City Record Online

10/7/2014 CAT-431-DES - Design Services for the Reconstruction of the Lower Catskill Aqueduct - PIN# 82614W000138 11/12/2014
Published: CSP: Due Date:

Description:
DEP seeks a consultant to provide environmental and consultation services (the “Services”) with respect to investigation and remediation of hazardous substances, that shall include, but are not limited to, hazardous material identification, sample collection, laboratory analysis; workplan and report preparation; data analysis; and remediation for the Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek Superfund sites in New York City.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Proposers must be authorized to practice engineering in the State of New York. A copy of the proposer’s “Certificate of Authorization to provide Professional Engineering Services in New York State” issued by the New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions, Professional Engineering and Land Surveying must be included with the proposal. Proposals that fail to include the “Certificate to Practice” shall be deemed non-responsive.

PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE: A Pre-proposal Conference has been scheduled for Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 11:00 AM at NYC DEP, 59-17 Jumction Boulevard, 3rd Floor Cafeteria, Flushing, NY 11368. Attendance to the Pre-proposal Conference is not mandatory but is strongly recommended. Please limit attendance to no more than 2 persons from each firm. This contract is subject to LL-1.

The M/WBE Total Participation Goal is 30 percent.

Learn more at the City Record Online

10/8/2014 EE-GEO-15 - Environmental and Consultation Services - Competitive Sealed Proposals - Judgment Required in Evaluating Proposals - PIN# 82615SHMASFS 10/31/2014
Published: CSP: Due Date:

Description:
The Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations (“HRO”) through the New York City (“City”) Department of Environmental Protection (the “Department” or “DEP”) requires the services of a consultant to provide specialized Program Management services to support execution of the City’s Build It Back Program (the “Program”). The Program, which is a high priority for the City, helps City residents whose housing was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy achieve permanent, sustainable housing solutions. Program activities are funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (“HUD”) Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (“CDBG-DR”) program.

Learn more at the City Record Online

8/20/2014 BIB-14 - Competitive Sealed Proposals - Judgment required in evaluating proposals - PIN# 82614P0028 10/17/2014

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