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The City of New York is committed to achieving excellence in the design and construction of its capital program, and building on the tradition of innovation in architecture and engineering that has contributed to the City's prestige as a global destination. As part of this effort, the City is pleased to announce the following contracting opportunities.
Category: Construction/Construction Services
PREQUALIFIED VENDOR LIST: GENERAL CONSTRUCTION - NON-COMPLEX GENERAL CONSTRUCTION SITE WORK ASSOCIATED WITH NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION (”DPR” AND/OR “PARKS”) PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS CONSTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
DPR is seeking to evaluate and pre-qualify a list of general contractors (a”PQL”) exclusively to conduct non-complex general construction site work involving the construction and reconstruction of DPR parks and playgrounds projects not exceeding $3 million per contract (”General Construction”).
By establishing contractor`s qualifications and experience in advance, DPR will have a pool of competent contractors from which it can draw to promptly and effectively reconstruct and construction its parks, playgrounds, beaches, gardens and green-streets. DPR will select contractors from the General Construction PQL for non-complex general construction reconstruction site work of up to $3,000,000 per contract, through the use of a Competitive Sealed Bid solicited from the PQL generated from this RFQ.
The vendors selected for inclusion in the General Construction PQL will be invited to participate in the NYC Construction Mentorship. NYC Construction Mentorship focuses on increasing the use of small NYC contractors by making them more competitive in their pursuit of NYC contracts, and winning larger contracts with larger values. Firms participating in NYC Construction Mentorship will have the opportunity to take management classes and receive on-the-job training provided by a construction management firm.
DPR will only consider applications for this General Construction PQL from contractors who meet any one of the following criteria:
1) The submitting entity must be a Certified Minority/Woman Business enterprise (M/WBE)*;
2) The submitting entity must be a registered joint venture or have a valid legal agreement as a joint venture, with at least one of the entities in the venture being a certified M/WBE*;
3) The submitting entity must indicate a commitment to sub-contract no less than 50 percent of any awarded job to a certified M/WBE for every work order awarded.
*Firms that are in the process of becoming a New York City-certified M/WBE may submit a PQL application and submit a M/WBE Acknowledgement Letter, which states the Department of Small Business Services has begun the Certification process.
Application documents may also be obtained on-line at:http://a856-internet.nyc.gov/nycvendoronline/home.asp.;
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