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Solicitation Number / Description(s) Due Date  
RFQS 6100 CLMP245 
McNeil Rd. Water Transmission Main
Austin Water intends to implement a 72-inch diameter water main from Jollyville Reservoir to the intersection of McNeil Road and Parmer Lane to eliminate distribution system bottleneck with water transmission from Water Treatment Plant 4 (WTP4) to Martin Hill Reservoir. The City of Austin, Austin Water, through its Public Works Department, anticipates contracting with a professional engineering firm to provide engineering design services for this Water Transmission Main. The selected consultant, after completion of a preliminary engineering report recommending improvements, will proceed with design of the transmission main improvements needed to serve the area.
06/07/2018 View Details
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Central Purchasing
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

Location
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)
(512)974-7151 (Bid Packets)

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: 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 December 6, 2007, Council amended Chapter 2-7, adding Article 6 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.