Construction and Design Procurement for Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island
On December 11, NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) and the Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery issued a new procurement for construction management and design firms that will greatly expand the City’s capacity to rebuild in communities recovering from Hurricane Sandy. The procurement also marks a renewed commitment to local hiring on recovery projects - increasing social and economic resiliency in Sandy-affected communities through substantial workforce investment.
There are two events on December 19 open to interested vendors and community partners:
• Pre-Proposal Conference: A Pre-Proposal conference will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, December 19th, 2014 at DDC Headquarters, 30-30 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101, Atrium. Attendance at this pre-proposal conference is not mandatory; however, it is strongly encouraged.
• Prime/Sub Networking Event: A Prime/Sub Networking event will be held at 12:00 PM on Friday, December 19th, 2014 at DDC Headquarters, 30-30 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101, Atrium. Attendance at this networking event is not mandatory; however, it is strongly encouraged. MWBE firms, local firms from Sandy impacted neighborhoods, community-based organizations, and voluntary organizations involved in rebuilding are encouraged to attend.
To review the RFP, please click here. All submissions are due by January 12, 2015.
NYC DDC Pre-Solicitation Conference
The City of New York is committed to rebuilding neighborhoods and homes impacted by Hurricane Sandy. To achieve this goal, the Housing Recovery Office (“HRO”) and the Department of Design and Construction (“DDC”) are issuing a Request for Proposal to assist homeowners and landlords rebuild and repair their Sandy damaged homes.
HRO and DDC held a Pre-Solicitation Conference on September 9, 2014 with over 130 attendees. The purpose of the conference was to hear from the industry regarding the contracting methods for design and favorable procurement methods for construction services.
View a copy of the presentation here and written responses to questions from the conference here.
The City appreciates your interest in participating in its efforts to assist those adversely affected by Hurricane Sandy. We will be releasing the Request for Proposal and Pre-Qualification List as soon as possible.
Build it Back's Multi-Family Program is Seeking Qualified General Contractors
The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and the Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) have released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) seeking General Contractors qualified to do federally funded work on multi-family buildings in New York City. Build it Back's Multi-family Program is establishing a list of qualified contractors, based on qualifications submitted through this RFQ process. The owners of the affected properties generally will be required to use a bidding process to select contractors. Please click here for more information and click here to see the RFQ.
NYC Procurement Policy
About NYC Procurement: NYC Mayor’s Office of Contract Services
NYC Economic Development Corporation Procurement Policy
NYCEDC Procurement Manual
New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) Procurement Policy
HHC Procurement Manual
New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Procurement Policy
General Procurement Policy
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NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)
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