CURRENT OPEN SOLICITATIONS

List of Current Solicitations
RFQS 6100 CLMP293  View Details
Due Date: 01/29/2020
Aquifer Storage and Recovery Pilot Project and ASR PM
The City of Austin (City) is seeking Statements of Qualifications to select a firm to provide professional services to assist with development of an Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) program, including development of a pilot-scale ASR project and owner’s representation during development of a full-scale ASR project. The firm selected for work through this RFQ will only be allowed to work on the full-scale ASR project as an owner’s representative, as scoped in this RFQ. Initially, ASR program services will include development of a robust evaluation process of various alternatives to ensure a sustainable and effective ASR project for Austin. The project will also involve professional services associated with siting, design, and construction of a pilot-scale ASR project(s). All pilot-scale ASR services will be performed with consideration of a potential full-scale ASR facility. During the full-scale ASR project, the firm selected for through this RFQ will act as the City’s owner’s representative throughout development of the project.
RFQS 6100 CLMP291  View Details
Due Date: 01/14/2020
Colony Park District Park Pool and Givens District Park PM
The City of Austin seeks to obtain the services of qualified Project Management and Consulting entities (“PM” or “Consultant”) to provide Project Management on the Colony Park District Park Pool and Givens District Park aquatic facilities projects. Project Management services will be awarded on the basis of demonstrated competence, experience, qualifications, practical approach and ability to perform and complete the defined Scope of Work within the required time frame and negotiated fee. Services shall be provided in coordination with the project’s ownership team, design consultants and construction contractor (CM@R). The successful responder will in no manner be expected to perform professional design services, nor act in capacity of Architect or Engineer of record for the project, nor be at risk for construction of the project. Responders shall designate one project manager to lead the project delivery effort. This person shall be responsible for the overall delivery of the project scope within the approved budget and schedule
RFQS 6100 CLMP289  View Details
Due Date: 01/08/2020
Austin Water Baron SoCo and Travis Heights Reclaimed Water M
Austin Water anticipates to design and construct two reclaimed water main projects in the Barton Springs Road, South Congress Avenue, and Travis Heights areas. The first project (Barton SoCo) is comprised of 24-inch (3,100 linear feet), 12-inch (3,500 linear feet), and 8-inch (600 linear feet) of reclaimed water main in Barton Springs Road and Congress Avenue. The second project (Travis Heights) consists of 6,250 linear feet of 24-inch reclaimed water main starting at a main currently under design at the intersection of Travis Heights Boulevard and Fairmont Avenue. The anticipated proposed project runs northward on Travis Heights Boulevard before turning west on Monroe Street, then turning north on Newning Avenue, then turning west on Park Lane, then turning north on Hillside Avenue, then turning west on Academy Drive, and finally turning north on Congress Avenue. Professional service fees, through the bid phase, are estimated to be $750,000 for Barton SoCo and $750,000 for Travis Heights.
RFQS 6100 CLMP283  View Details
Due Date: 12/31/2019
Lakeline Boulevard Improvements
The City of Austin (COA) anticipates selecting an engineering firm (consultant) to provide engineering services to design and deliver geotechnical investigation, preliminary engineering reports, and Plans Spec & Estimates (PS&E) for Lakeline Boulevard Improvements. The Lakeline Boulevard Improvements project is Federally funded through a Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) grant and shall follow Federal level National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements and Labor Compliance requirements managed by Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).
RFQS 6100 CLMP292  View Details
Due Date: 12/18/2019
Dougherty Arts Center Replacement
The City of Austin is soliciting Statements of Qualifications for the selection of one firm to provide Project Management Services for the design and construction of the Dougherty Arts Center Project. The firm will render these services to the Owner. A contract with the selected firm will be issued for a term of this single project. The respondent must be prepared to assign at least one qualified Project Manager person with significant experience and abilities in project management and delivery. This person will represent the City of Austin Capital Project Delivery, Architectural Project Management Division office.
RFQS 6100 CLMP286  View Details
Due Date: 12/11/2019
Branch Library Interior Renovations
The City of Austin Public Library Department (APL) anticipates selecting a qualified firm to provide planning and design services for five renovated improved branch libraries (Old Quarry, Little Walnut Creek, Manchaca, Willie Mae Kirk, and St. John). The work requires project designs that are reflective of the emerging architectural styles of our region and sympathetic to the local environment, and fully supportive of the role that branch library must fulfill for its community. Project team members must exhibit sensitivity to City of Austin initiatives including citizen participation in the design processes, Art in Public Places, and project team participation by minority and women-owned businesses.
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: http://www.austintexas.gov/department/conflict-interest-questionnaire.
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.
ALL BIDS AND COMPLIANCE PLANS NOT RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE DATE AND TIME SET FORTH WILL BE RETURNED TO THE BIDDER UNOPENED.