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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:
DEP seeks a consultant to implement the HEAT program for the summer months of 2015 and 2016. During the summer months, certain NYC neighborhoods experience a high volume of illegally opened fire hydrants. Illegally fire hydrants pose risks to the community because not only do they lower water pressure needed for firefighting and local household use but high pressure jets of water also pose a danger to children. In response to the problem, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in partnership with the Department of Youth and Community Development’s Summer Youth Employment Program, developed a community-based education and outreach program called the Hydrant Education Action Team (HEAT). Under this program, outreach teams canvass communities in an effort to educate targeted neighborhoods about the dangers of illegally opened fire hydrants.

12/23/2014 HEAT-2015: - Request for Proposals - PIN# 82615HEAT015 1/22/2015
Published: RFP: Due Date:

Description of Services:
DEP is seeking a consultant to provide design and construction management services to support the Bureau of Water and Sewer Operations’ Job Order Contracting Program (“JOCS”) and support services for BWSO’s in-house design program. In addition, capital and expense funded engineering services may be required for unanticipated engineering services. Work will be performed in accordance with written directives (task orders) issued by the Agency.

12/22/2014 TOSC-2: PIN# 8261500TOSC2 1/23/2015
Published: NOI: Due Date:

Description:
DEP intends to enter into a Sole Source agreement with Goosetown Communications for BPS-1601: Lease and Maintenance of Communications System for the DEP Police and BWS Upstate Operations. The Bureau of Police and Security, Police Division is responsible for protecting the NYC Water Supply which extends 125 miles north and west of NYC encompassing 9 Upstate counties and includes over 175,000 acres of city owned land and hundreds of miles or remote cut and covered aqueduct. The police officers whose duty is to protect this vital resource need a land mobile radio communications system. Any firm which believes it can also provide the required service IN THE FUTURE is invited to so, indicated by letter which must be received no later than January 02, 2015, 4:00PM at: Department of Environmental Protection, Agency Chief Contracting Officer, 59-17 Junction Blvd, 17th Floor, Flushing, NY 11373, ATTN: Ms. Debra Butlien, dbutlien@dep.nyc.gov, (718) 595-3423.

12/17/2014 BPS-1601: Sole Source - Available only from a single source - PIN# 82615S0008 1/2/2015
Published: SS: Due Date:

Description:
DEP intends to enter into a Sole Source Agreement with Invensys System Inc., for CRO-548: Avantis Licensing, Consulting, Training and Annual Technical Support. The Bureau of Water Supply (BWS) Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is requesting a three year sole source agreement with Invensys System Inc. for the purchase of Avantis software licenses, training, consulting, maintenance and technical support. This procurement also includes the deployment, customization, and implementation of their Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) software and Mobile Inventory software. Any firm which believes it can also provide the required service IN THE FUTURE is invited to so, indicated by letter which must be received no later than December 18, 2014, 4:00 PM at: Department of Environmental Protection, Agency Chief Contracting Officer, 59-17 Junction Blvd, 17th Floor, Flushing, NY 11373, Attn: Ms. Debra Butlien, dbutlien@dep.nyc.gov, (718) 595-3423.

12/2/2014 CRO-548: AVANTIS LICENSING, CONSULTING, TRAINING AND ANNUAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT - Sole Source - Available only from a single source - PIN# 82614WS00051 12/18/2014
Published: RFP: Due Date:

Description:
DEP seeks a consultant to provide Construction Management Services for the future construction contracts CAT-RR-CNSTT, CAT-213E. CAT-RR-CNST includes the repair and rehabilitation of the upper Catskill Aqueduct between the Ashokan and Kensico Reservoirs.The construction may include; concrete repair internal to the Aqueduct, installation of air vents, replacement of mechanical items such as valves/sluice gates and removal of biofilm and surface attachments on the interior wall surface of the Aqueduct over approximately 64 miles. CAT-213E will include installation of the a chemical feed system within the Ashokan Screen Chamber and CAT-213F a dechlorination system at the Pleasantville Alum Plant. These projects are part of the Water for the Future Program (WFF).

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, must be included with the proposal. Proposals that fail to include the “Certificate to Practice” shall be deemed non-responsive. Proposers must also submit a copy of the New York State engineering license for those key personnel responsible for the practice of engineering in the State of New York. Firms that fail to submit a copy(ies) of the engineering licenses for key personnel shall be deemed nonresponsive.

Pre-Proposal Conference: Monday, December 08, 2014,11:00 AM at NYC DEP 59-17 Junction Boulevard, 3rd Floor Cafeteria, Flushing, NY 11373

Site Visit: There will be 2 site visits covering the areas between the Ashokan and Kensico Reservoirs. Site Visit No.1- Area between the Ashokan Reservoir is scheduled for Wednesday, December 10, 2014 and Site Visit No.2-Area between the Kensico Reservoir is scheduled for Thursday, December 11, 2014. Proposers shall meet at 9:00 AM at the NYC DEP, 96-05 Horace Harding Expressway Main Entrance. Transportation will be provided by DEP to the sites.

Learn more at the City Record Online

11/21/2014 WFF-CAT-RR-CM - Request for Proposals - PIN# 82615W000144 1/5/2015

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