List of Current Solicitations
RFQS 6100 CLMP260  View Details
Due Date: 05/09/2019
George Washington Carver Museum Cultural & Genealogy Ctr MP
The City seeks a highly qualified and widely recognized master planning team with specific, representative work that demonstrates a high aptitude for museum and cultural center planning and design at a scope and scale comparable to this project. To be considered, applicants must clearly delineate the degree to which their firms and specific project personnel were instrumental in previous museum and cultural center projects, and how those experiences translate to this project.
RFQS 6100 CLMP265  View Details
Due Date: 05/03/2019
2020 ATD Mobility Management Center (MMC) Operations
The Austin Transportation Department (ATD) seeks a qualified consultant for the staffing and operation of the City of Austin Mobility Management Center (MMC) located at 8700 Cameron Road and at the Combined Transportation and Emergency Communication Center (CTECC) in the City of Austin, Texas. The Consultant will provide staff and management services to actively manage the City's arterial streets and coordinate with transportation partners (e.g., Texas Department of Transportation, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority) on a daily basis for a one-year period with three (3) one-year renewal options. The Consultant will also deliver standard operating procedures (SOPs) and efficiency/software enhancements (e.g., automated processes) that are compatible with the existing Kimley-Horn Intelligent Transportation System (KITS) Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS), and that facilitate an efficient MMC operation and ultimately, enhanced mobility for Austin's citizens, businesses and visitors. These services will be provided by Consultant personnel in combination with City staff.
IFB 2200 PAT1014  View Details
Due Date: 04/30/2019
Cleaning, Inspection and Certification of Chlorine Tanks
RFQS 6100 CLMP262  View Details
Due Date: 04/26/2019
2019 Large Diameter Water & Wastewater Pipeline Eng RL
• Individual project assignments and related project schedules are yet to be determined. The selected firms from the 2019 Large Diameter Pipeline Rotation List shall provide planning, studies, preliminary engineering, design, construction phase services, project delivery support, and other engineering services as necessary for projects that are identified as part of the Austin Water Capital and O&M budgets. Engineering disciplines under this contract may include civil, environmental, trenchless, geotechnical, structural, mechanical, and other types of engineering. Selected firms should be knowledgeable and experienced in water, wastewater, and reclaimed water pipeline projects. • The selected firms shall demonstrate experience with pipelines that are 16 inch and larger in diameter. Ancillary projects may include trenchless construction, relocation of utilities associated with TxDOT and County roadway widening projects, and rehabilitation of large diameter wastewater interceptors, manholes, and shafts. • The selected firms shall provide consultation and professional services for engineering studies, reports, planning, design, construction phase services, and project management of water, wastewater, and reclaimed water system pipeline projects. • Most of the assigned projects will follow a similar phase approach outlined below. However, there may be instances where additional services are necessary to meet the engineering needs of projects where engineering studies, management of a program, or operation and maintenance related assessment/assistance may be needed. Preliminary Phase, Design Phase, Bid/Proposal Phase, Construction Phase and Post-Construction Phase
RFQS 6100 CLMP263  View Details
Due Date: 04/25/2019
2019 Small Diameter W & WW Pipeline Engineering RL
The City of Austin (City) anticipates contracting with up to 10 (ten) firms to provide professional engineering services for small diameter water and wastewater pipeline projects. The City has defined the Small Diameter Pipeline Rotation List is for projects in which the pipeline is less than 16 inches in diameter and/or construction cost for the project is less than $4,000,000.
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.