List of Current Solicitations
Solicitation Number / Description(s) Due Date  
RFQS 6100 CLMA021 
ACC Warehouse and Marshalling Yard
Marshalling Facility, which entails the planned construction of an approximately 30,000 gross square foot mixed use building containing warehouse and office space, the construction of truck and passenger vehicle parking, ADA-accessible routes, coordination with adjacent property owners, and connections to existing utilities.
09/04/2018 View Details
IFB 6100 CLMC704 
ABIA Campus HVAC Improvements
Upgrade the Parking Operations Building, Information Systems Building and Lighting Vault Building mechanical systems.
08/23/2018 View Details
IFB 6100 CLMC716 
Forest Ridge Ground Storage Reservoir
The Work consists of the rehabilitation of a 3.0 MG welded steel ground storage tank, including abrasive blasting and recoating the interior and exterior, structural, safety and electrical improvements, site improvements and other appurtenant work.
08/09/2018 View Details
IFB 6100 CLMC719 
Burleson Road Pressure Conversion
Approximately 3,800 feet of 24" main. The project will extend the Central Service Area pressure zone on the south side of the Colorado River from the Commerce Center South Office Park to the Clay/Kizer Golf Course. It will convert the Clay/Kizer Course to a higher pressure zone and free up capacity in the Central Low Service Area. This project is a prerequisite for serving the Onion Creek Development. It is also a prerequisite for serving the Onion Creek Soccer Fields, the Onion Creek District Park, and the Goodnight Ranch Subdivision
08/02/2018 View Details
IFB 9100 JRH1004 
Clinic Air Filtration Maintenance
07/31/2018 View Details
IFB 6100 CLMC697B 
E. 7th Street @ Chicon & Calles Sts Intersection Improvement
In summer 2011 the City of Austin completed improvements along East 7th Street from Navasota to Pleasant Valley including street reconstruction, resurfacing of travel lanes, and drainage and streetscape improvements. Shortly following construction, the project team identified deficiencies in the pavers at the intersections of 7th Street and Chicon & Calles Streets. Temporary repairs were made until a more permanent solution could be identified. After meeting with project stakeholders, the team has determined that the best path forward is to remove the existing pavers and install colored concrete that will best match the existing layout
07/26/2018 View Details
IFB 6100 CLMC717 
Slaughter/South 1st Intersection Safety Improvements
Safety improvements at three discrete intersections (Slaughter/South 1st, Slaughter/Cullen and IH35/Braker) within the City of Austin. The scope of work includes intersection reconfiguration, adding of raised medians for access management, addition of turn lanes, signal phasing and modification, sidewalks, pedestrian ramps, new or upgraded bicycle facilities, associated signing, striping and paving.
07/26/2018 View Details
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Purchasing Office
Contact Information
(512)974-2500 (Phone)
(512)974-2388 (Fax)
(512)974-2500 (Bid Packets)
(512)974-2018 (Vendor Registration)

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 1088
Austin, TX 78767

Municipal Building
124 W. 8th Street, Room 308
Austin, TX 78701-2302
Capital Contracting Office
Contact Information
(512)974-7181 (Phone)
(512)974-7297 (Fax)

Location & Mailing Address
505 Barton Springs Rd., Suite 1045
Austin, TX 78704
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Important Notices
The State of Texas has enacted a new law that concerns Vendors doing business with local governments effective January 1, 2006. All Vendors must now register with the City of Austin before they submit a bid or proposal. Please take the time to read the information in the Conflict of Interest Disclosure:
City of Austin employees may not accept any gifts from vendors. Please do not offer or provide gifts or favors to City employees or to City offices. This includes paying for meals.
On October 2, 1995, a revision to the City's Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) / Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) / Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Ordinance became effective.
The Ordinance establishes new goals for MBE / WBE / DBE Participation. Bidders are required to document efforts to solicit MBE / WBE / DBEs in the Compliance Plan. The Goals for each project and the instructions and forms for the Compliance Plan are included in the MBE / WBE / DBE Program Packet included in the solicitation. For construction contracts, the MBE / WBE / DBE Program Packet is a separately bound volume of the Project Manual.
On June 14, 2018, Council repealed and replaced Article 6 of Chapter 2‐7 Anti‐Lobbying and Procurement. Please read the new ordinance here.