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Volume No. 33 Issue 1649

Years of Service to MWDBE, SDVOB & VOSB Firms

Contracting and Procurement Opportunities for Certified MWDBE, VOSB & Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Enterprises (SDVOB)

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Current Contracting/Procurement Opportunities ALBANY COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY SOLICITS SEALED BIDS FOR CONTRACT NO. S-1039 FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGE IMPROVEMENT AT ALBANY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...............................................................................15 HUGH L. CAREY BATTERY PARK CITY AUTHORITY PIER A GEOTHERMAL PIPING REPLACEMENT CONTRACTOR SERVICES......................................................................16-17 PHASE 7 PILE REMEDIATION – ASSESSMENT, DESIGN & ENGINEERING SERVICES.....................................................17-18 BATTERY PARK CITY BALLFIELD & COMMUNITY CENTER RESILIENCY PROJECT: GC SERVICES...............................18-19 THE DORMITORY AUTHORITY STATE OF NEW YORK (DASNY) BANKING AND CUSTODIAL SERVICES #5553..................................................................................................................................19 CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, BROOKLYN COLLEGE, LAGUARDIA HALL CUPOLA RESTORATION AND ASBESTOS ABATEMENT, CR11 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, PROJECT NUMBER 3480709999..........................................................19-20 OFFICE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, BROOKLYN DDSO, 366-368 PARKSIDE AVENUE ROOF REPLACEMENT AND ASBESTOS ABATEMENT, CR16 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, PROJECT NUMBER 3518209999...21-22 CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, JOHN JAY COLLEGE, HAAREN HALL ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT UPGRADE AND ASBESTOS ABATEMENT, CR32 GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, PROJECT NUMBER 2918809999.....................................22-23 OFFICE OF GENERAL SERVICES (OGS) SEALED BIDS FOR THE WORK COMPRISING SEPARATE CONTRACTS FOR GENERAL CONSTRUCTION WORK, PLUMBING WORK AND ROOFING & APPURTENANT WORK..............................................................................................11-12 THE JAVITS CENTER RFP 2224PI - AVIAN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT.................................................................................................................................10 MARQUEE UPGRADE RFP 2225PC...................................................................................................................................................11 MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT ROOM RFP 2227PC.............................................................................................................................13 NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION (“PARKS”) RFP FOR THE RENOVATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF A NEWSSTAND AT ROSE HILL PARK, BRONX..................11 NYC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS - PROJECT OR CONTRACT TITLE: IRIDE PHASE 2.........................................................................11 (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)


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NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (NYSDOT) VARIOUS “D” CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES.........................................................................................................................10-11 THE NEW YORK STATE INSURANCE FUND (NYSIF) OPEN TEXT LIVE CYCLE RFQ NYSIF 2019-82-IT..............................................................................................................................13 SANS SECURITY TRAINING - RFQ NYSIF 2019-78-IT......................................................................................................................14 JAVA SE SUBSCRIPTION RFQ NYSIF 2019-85-IT........................................................................................................................14 SECUREWORKS RED CLOAK ADVANCED ENDPOINT THREAT DETECTION - RFQ NYSIF 2019-89-IT.......................................15 DIAGNOSTIC TESTING SERVICES - RFP NYSIF 2019-32-INS.........................................................................................................15 NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY.............................................................................................................................................................4-9 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE CORTLAND SEALED PROPOSALS FOR PROJECT NO. TERM2020, FOR TERM CONTRACTS FOR TIME AND MATERIAL TYPE WORK AND SERVICES...................................................................................................................................................................................20 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND FORESTRY NOTICE TO BIDDERS - SEALED BIDS FOR PROJECT NO. 20180038-201024, TITLED REHABILITATE HOT WATER HEATING SYSTEM WALTERS HALL.....................................................................................................................................................................10 TRANSDEV SERVICES, INC., D/B/A NICE BUS IFB NO. V-1928, HEAVY DUTY, LOW FLOOR, 40 FOOT CNG VEHICLES............................................................................................20

MWDBE & SDVOB SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES  3RD TRACK CONSTRUCTORS THE DESIGN-BUILD PROJECT, EXTENDING 9.8 MILES FROM FLORAL PARK TO THE HAMLET OF HICKSVILLE.......................23

KUBRICKY CONSTRUCTION CORP. SEEKING MWDBES FOR DWSRF RF3-380 BENNINGTON WATER SYSTEM, REMEDIAL EXPANSION, CONTRACT # 9.............14 SKANSKA USA CIVIL NE INC. SOLICITING COST PROPOSALS FROM NEW YORK, MASSACHUSETTS, & WASHINGTON DC CERTIFIED DBE & SB SUB CONTRACTORS/VENDORS FOR THE S&I HSR FACILITY MODIFICATIONS PROJECT IN IVY CITY, SOUTHAMPTON, & SUNNYSIDE..................................................................................................................................................................................15 BIDDING OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE:MARINE CONSTRUCTION AND HARDSCAPE/LANDSCAPING...........................................15 WDF INC. VARIOUS CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES.....................................................................................................................................25


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NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY - CONTRACTING AND PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THIS ISSUE

1219 HALON REPLACEMENT

DEMINERALIZED MOBILE WATER SYSTEM A19-001697-JV

F/D 2 AUTO TRANSFORMERS-NOTICE TO BIDDERS: RFP NO. Q19-6854HM

LED LIGHT INSTALLATION SERVICES

NYPA BLENHEIM GILBOA VISITOR CENTER UPGRADE ENGINEERING

Q19-6862DK ENERGY EFFICIENCY AUXILIARY SERVICES - REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION

TOUGHENED GLASS INSULATORS

ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL(ULSD) -500 MW POWER PLANT IN ASTORIA, QUEENS, NEW YORK

ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL(ULSD)-RICHARD M. FLYNN POWER PLANT, HOLTSVILLE, NEW YORK

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Power Authority of New York Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel(ULSD)-Richard M. Flynn Power Plant, Holtsville, New York NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: Bidders are hereby DIRECTED to make use of the New York Power Authority’s web site at www.nypa.gov in order to obtain current and complete bid documents, bid addenda, post-bid addenda and related notices. Bidders obtaining bid documents from sources other than www.nypa.gov web site do so at their own risk. Incomplete bid responses may be rejected by the Authority.

Power Authority of New York Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel(ULSD) -500 MW Power Plant in Astoria, Queens, New York This is a continuous procurement solicitation listing. New York power Authority solicitation to furnish and deliver zero to 75,000 Bbls. of Ultra-Low Sulfur distillate oil with a maximum sulfur content of 15 ppm, typically Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) or Ultra Low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULS HO) to the Authority’s 500MW Power Plant in Astoria, Queens, New York. Delivery must be made by ship or barge only in the cargo size(s) specified by NYPA. Distillate oil quality must be in strict compliance with NYPA contract specifications (Colonial Pipeline Grade 62/67, Non-Dyed and Non-Biodiesel). Actual oil purchases will be made on a spot basis within the date range(s) specified. Solicitations for qualifications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Seller must include delivery window on their proposals and delivery terms. Interested firms must have proven financial track record & documented history of experience in dealing with ultra low sulfur distillates such as Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) or Ultra Low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULS HO) and must meet NYPA’s contractual requirements. Supplier must have good/clean rights and title to sell such oil and must be able to provide information to show its financial capability to complete the transaction. Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0%

This is a continuous procurement solicitation listing. New York power Authority solicitation to furnish and deliver zero to 75,000 Bbls. of Ultra-Low Sulfur distillate oil with a maximum sulfur content of 15 ppm, typically Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) or Ultra Low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULS HO) to the Authority’s Richard M. Flynn Power Plant in Holtsville, New York. Delivery must be made by ship or barge only in the cargo size(s) specified by NYPA. Distillate oil quality must be in strict compliance with NYPA contract specifications (Colonial Pipeline Grade 62/67, Non-Dyed and Non-Biodiesel). Actual oil purchases will be made on a spot basis within the date range(s) specified. Solicitations for qualifications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Seller must include delivery window on their proposals and delivery terms. Interested firms must have proven financial track record & documented history of experience in dealing with ultra low sulfur distillates such as Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) or Ultra Low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULS HO) and must meet NYPA’s contractual requirements. Supplier must have good/clean rights and title to sell such oil and must be able to provide information to show its financial capability to complete the transaction. Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Contracting Goal: 0% Disadvantaged Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Due date: Applications / proposals continously accepted Contract term: As Specified County(ies): Suffolk Location: Port Jefferson/South Setauket Terminal and/or Holtsville Terminal, New York

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Contracting Goal: 0%

* These goods or services have been purchased from an out-of-state/foreign vendor within the past three years.

Disadvantaged Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0%

Primary contact:

Due date: Applications / proposals continously accepted Contract term: As Specified County(ies): Queens Location: A-10 Dock/Eastern Generation LLC or other New York Harbor Ph: locations specified

Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement, White Plains Dennis Chang Manager of Fuel Operations 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 United States 914-681-6442 dennis.chang@nypa.gov

* These goods or services have been purchased from an out-of-state/foreign Secondary contact: Power Authority of New York vendor within the past three years. Fuels Department Primary contact: Power Authority of New York Enrico Montesa, Jr. WPO Procurement, White Plains Director, Fuel Planning & Operations Dennis Chang, Manager of Fuel Operations 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601, United States United States Ph: 914-681-6442, dennis.chang@nypa.gov Ph: 914-287-3883 enrico.montesa@nypa.gov Secondary contact: Power Authority of New York, Fuels Department Enrico Montesa, Jr. Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York Director, Fuel Planning & Operations WPO Procurement, White Plains 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601, United States Dennis Chang Ph: 914-287-3883, enrico.montesa@nypa.gov Manager of Fuel Operations Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 WPO Procurement, White Plains United States Dennis Chang, Manager of Fuel Operations Ph: 914-681-6442 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601, United States dennis.chang@nypa.gov Ph: 914-681-6442, dennis.chang@nypa.gov


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Power Authority of New York

Power Authority of New York

F/D 2 AUTO TRANSFORMERS NOTICE TO BIDDERS: RFP No. Q19-6854HM

TOUGHENED GLASS INSULATORS

Bidders are hereby cautioned to make use of the New York Power Authority's web site at www.nypa.gov in order to obtain current and complete bid documents, bid addenda, post-bid addenda and related notices. Bidders obtaining bid documents from sources other than www.nypa.gov web site do so at their own risk. Incomplete bid responses may be rejected by the Authority.

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THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY IS SOLICITING PROPOSALS FOR TOUGHENED GLASS INSULATOR LISTED BELOW FOR THE CLARK ENERGY CENTER. THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY (HEREAFTER, THE “AUTHORITY” OR “NYPA”) INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A FIRM LUMP SUM PRICE PROPOSAL TO FURNISH ALL SUPERVISION, LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT (EXCEPT FOR SERVICES, MATERIAL AND/OR EQUIPMENT TO BE FURNISHED BY OTHERS AS SPECIFICALLY REFFERED TO IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS) AND PERFORM ALL OPERATIONS REQUIRED FOR C19-001700MG FOR THE AUTHORITY’S CLARK ENERGY CENTER MARCY,NY

The New York Power Authority (hereinafter "the Authority") invites you to submit a proposal in the NYPA Ariba portal, to Design, Fabricate, Furnish all Supervision, labor, materials and equipment (except for services, materials and/or equipment to be furnished by others as specifically referred to in the contract documents to Furnish, Deliver – D.D.P. Site (NYPA’s STL ATTENTION BIDDERS: THE POWER AUTHORITY WILL NOT RMPD, Massena NY and the Plattsburgh Substation), Assemble at the Site(s) CONSIDER ALTERNATE MANUFACTURED PARTS IN LIEU OF THE and Commission 2 ea. Auto-Transformers and Ancillary Equipment as deORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED PARTS. tailed in the bid documents/ the RFP technical specifications and drawings. BIDDERS ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO MAKE USE OF THE NEW The Potential Bidders will be required to enter into a Confidentiality and YORK POWER AUTHORITY’S WEBSITE AT WWW.NYPA.GOV IN Non-Disclosure Agreement with the Authority to receive the technical deORDER TO OBTAIN INSTRUCTIONS ON PARTICIPATING IN THE tails of the event. BIDDING PROCESS THROUGH ARIBA. BIDDERS OBTAINING BID Bids are due at 4:00 PM (ET) on Thursday January 16, 2020. E-mailed bids DOCUMENTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN NYPA ARIBA DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK. are not acceptable and will not be considered for evaluation. Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Contracting Goal: 0% Disadvantaged Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Due date:01/16/2020 4:00 PM E-mailed bids will not be considered for evaluation Contract term: 2 Years County(ies): St. Lawrence Location: MASSENA and PLATTSBURGH Primary contact:

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Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement Hagop Mikaelian Category Manager (E&C) 123 Main Street White Plains, NY 10601 United States 914-681-6382 914-681-6783 Hagop.Mikaelian@nypa.gov

Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement Hagop Mikaelian Category Manager (E&C) 123 Main Street White Plains, NY 10601 United States Ph: 914-681-6382 Fax: 914-681-6783 Hagop.Mikaelian@nypa.gov

HTTPS://WWW.NYPA.GOV/PROCUREMENT

BIDDERS OBTAINING BID DOCUMENTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN WWW.NYPA.GOV WEB SITE DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK. INCOMPLETE BID RESPONSES MAY BE REJECTED BY THE AUTHORITY. **PRICING IS TO INCLUDE COST OF FREIGHT** Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Due date:12/10/2019 Contract term: 1 YEAR County(ies): All NYS counties Location: CLARK ENERGY CENTER Primary contact:

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Power Authority of New York Clark Energy Center Purchasing Office Michael Gumbs Manager-Purchasing & Warehouse 6520 Glass Factory Road PO Box 191 Marcy, NY 13403 United States 315-792-8316 Michael.Gumbs@nypa.gov

Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York Clark Energy Center Purchasing Office Michael Gumbs Manager-Purchasing & Warehouse 6520 Glass Factory Road PO Box 191 Marcy, NY 13403 United States Ph: 315-792-8316 Michael.Gumbs@nypa.gov


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Power Authority of New York DEMINERALIZED MOBILE WATER SYSTEM A19-001697-JV

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ATTENTION BIDDERS: THE POWER AUTHORITY WILL NOT CONSIDER ALTERNATE MANUFACTURED PARTS IN LIEU OF THE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED PARTS.

BIDDERS ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO MAKE USE OF THE NEW THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY IS SOLICITING PROPOSALS YORK POWER AUTHORITY’S WEBSITE AT WWW.NYPA.GOV IN FOR A FIVE (5) YEAR CONTRACT TO SUPPLY AND MAINTAIN A ORDER TO OBTAIN INSTRUCTIONS ON PARTICIPATING IN THE DEMINERALIZED MOBILE WATER SYSTEM TO BE LOCATED IN BIDDING PROCESS THROUGH ARIBA. BIDDERS OBTAINING BID DOCUMENTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN NYPA ARIBA DO SO ITS SOUTH EAST NEW YORK REGION (SENY). AT THEIR OWN RISK. ATTENTION BIDDERS:THE POWER AUTHORITY WILL NOT CONSIDER ALTERNATE MANUFACTURED PARTS IN LIEU OF THE ORIGI- BIDDERS OBTAINING BID DOCUMENTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN WWW.NYPA.GOV WEB SITE DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK. NAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED PARTS. Bidders are hereby CAUTIONED to make use of the New York Power INCOMPLETE BID RESPONSES MAY BE REJECTED BY THE AUAuthority's web site at www.nypa.gov in order to obtain current and com- THORITY. plete bid documents, bid addenda, post-bid addenda and related notices. **PRICING IS TO INCLUDE COST OF FREIGHT** Bidders obtaining bid documents from sources other than www.nypa.gov Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No web site do so at their own risk. Due date:12/04/2019 Incomplete bid responses may be rejected by the Authority. Contract term: 1 YEAR Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No County(ies): All NYS counties Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Location: CLARK ENERGY CENTER Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Primary contact: Power Authority of New York Due date:12/12/2019 3:30 PM Clark Energy Center Purchasing Office Contract term: 60 MONTHS Michael Gumbs County(ies): All NYS counties Manager-Purchasing & Warehouse 6520 Glass Factory Road Location: SOUTH EAST NEW YORK (SENY) PO Box 191 Primary contact: Power Authority of New York Marcy, NY 13403 Charles Poletti Power Project United States Jorge Villafuerte Ph: 315-792-8316 Senior Site Buyer-SENY Michael.Gumbs@nypa.gov 31-03 20th Avenue Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York Astoria, NY 11105 Clark Energy Center United States Purchasing Office Ph: 718-626-5868 Michael Gumbs Fax: 718-726-1226 Manager-Purchasing & Warehouse Jorge.Villafuerte@nypa.gov 6520 Glass Factory Road Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York PO Box 191 Charles Poletti Power Project Marcy, NY 13403 Jorge Villafuerte United States Senior Site Buyer-SENY Ph: 315-792-8316 31-03 20th Avenue Michael.Gumbs@nypa.gov Astoria, NY 11105 United States Power Authority of New York Ph: 718-626-5868 Fax: 718-726-1226 NYPA Blenheim Gilboa Visitor Center Jorge.Villafuerte@nypa.gov Upgrade Engineering

Power Authority of New York 1219 HALON REPLACEMENT THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY IS SOLICITING PROPOSALS FOR 1219 HALON REPLACEMENT LISTED BELOW FOR THE CLARK ENERGY CENTER. THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY (HEREAFTER, THE “AUTHORITY” OR “NYPA”) INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A FIRM LUMP SUM PRICE PROPOSAL TO FURNISH ALL SUPERVISION, LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT (EXCEPT FOR SERVICES, MATERIAL AND/OR EQUIPMENT TO BE FURNISHED BY OTHERS AS SPECIFICALLY REFFERED TO IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS) AND PERFORM ALL OPERATIONS REQUIRED FOR C19-001692MG FOR THE AUTHORITY’S CLARK ENERGY CENTER MARCY,NY

THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY (HEREAFTER, THE "AUTHORITY" OR "NYPA") INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL TO FURNISH ALL SUPERVISION, LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT (EXCEPT FOR SERVICES, MATERIALS AND/OR EQUIPMENT TO BE FURNISHED BY OTHERS AS SPECIFICALLY REFERRED TO IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS) AND PERFORM ALL OPERATIONS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE VISITOR CENTER UPGRADE DESIGN AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AT NYPA'S BLENHEIM GILBOA PUMPED STORAGE POWER PROJECT LOCATED IN GILBOA, N.Y. Bidders must have commensurate experience. Bidders are hereby directed to make use of the New York Power Authority's website at www.nypa.gov in order to obtain instructions on participating in the bidding process through Ariba. Bidders obtaining bid documents from sources other than NYPA Ariba do so at their own risk. Further details on qualifications/requirements can be found in the Bid Documents. This contract may be fulfilled by a Sub-Con-


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tract, Joint Venture or Co-Production arrangement. Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal:10% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 10% Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business: 3% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 10% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 10% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Contracting Goal: 3% Due date:12/03/2019 4:00 PM Contract term: up to 5 years County(ies): Schoharie Primary contact:

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Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement John McNamara Category Manager 123 Main Street White Plains, NY 10601 United States 914-287-3375 914-681-6783 john.mcnamara@nypa.gov

Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement John McNamara Category Manager 123 Main Street White Plains, NY 10601 United States Ph: 914-287-3375 Fax: 914-681-6783 john.mcnamara@nypa.gov

Power Authority of New York

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Lewiston, NY 14092 United States 716-286-6803 Grant.Johnston@nypa.gov

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Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York Niagara Power Project Purchasing Department Grant Johnston Purchasing/Warehouse Assistant 5777 Lewiston Road Lewiston, NY 14092 United States Ph: 716-286-6803 Grant.Johnston@nypa.gov

Power Authority of New York Q19-6862DK Energy Efficiency Auxiliary Services Request for Qualification The New York Power Authority (“the Authority”) is requesting information from qualified Companies/Contractors that have experience with Energy Efficiency Auxiliary Services. This solicitation seeks to expand NYPA’s qualified service providers. This Request for Qualification (RFQ) includes the following options as described in Schedule of Services: 1. Utility metering, sub-metering, end-use metering 2. Building management system integrators 3. System Commissioning agents 4. Measurement and verification 5. Detailed building energy modeling and simulation 6. “Light-Touch” Energy Auditing Contractor 7. Cloud Based Predictive Machine Learning Continuous Commissioning Contractor 8. Digital Machine Learning Demand Response Contractor 9. Sensor/Meter Calibration Services ContractorContractors may be qualified in all, or any combination of the above options. Each option will be evaluated separately based upon evaluation criteria listed in Section III below. Bidders need not respond to all options.

LED LIGHT INSTALLATION SERVICES For any Assignment of Work, the Contractor may be selected to complete THE NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY (HEREAFTER, THE "AUTHOR- one or more options. Each option will be assigned individually, therefore ITY" OR "NYPA") INVITES YOU TO SUBMIT A FIRM LUMP SUM the Contractor selected to complete the Assignment of Work. PROPOSAL FOR LED LIGHT INSTALLATION SERVICES FOR THE AUTHORITY'S NIAGARA POWER PROJECT LOCATED IN LEWISTON, NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: NY. Companies/contractors are hereby DIRECTED to make use of the New York Bidders are hereby directed to make use of the New York Power Authority's Power Authority’s web site at www.nypa.gov in order to obtain instructions website at www.nypa.gov in order to obtain instructions on participating in on participating in this RFQ through Ariba. Companies/Contractors obtainthe bidding process through Ariba. Bidders obtaining bid documents from ing bid documents from sources other than NYPA Ariba do so at their own risk. Incomplete responses may be rejected by the Authority. sources other than NYPA Ariba do so at their own risk. Due date:12/18/2019 4:00 PM Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 5% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 10%

County(ies): All NYS counties

Location: WHITE PLAINS, NY Primary contact:

Due date:12/02/2019 3:00 PM Contract term: . County(ies): Niagara Location: NIAGARA POWER PROJECT Primary contact:

Power Authority of New York Niagara Power Project Purchasing Department Grant Johnston Purchasing/Warehouse Assistant 5777 Lewiston Road

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Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement Donna Keough, Manager Procurement 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601, United States 914-287-3791 Donna.Keough@nypa.gov

Submit to contact: Power Authority of New York WPO Procurement Donna Keough, Manager Procurement 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601, United States Ph: 914-287-3791 Donna.Keough@nypa.gov


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New York State Department of Transportation Request for Sealed Bids Sealed bids will be received as set forth in Instructions to Bidders (https:// www.dot.ny.gov/bids-and-lettings/construction-contractors/important-info) until 10:30 A.M. on Thursday, December 19, 2019 at the NYSDOT, Contract Management Bureau, 50 Wolf Rd, 1st Floor, Suite 1CM, Albany, NY 12232 and will be publicly opened and read. Maps, Plans and Specifications may be seen at Electronic documents and Amendments which are posted to www.dot.ny.gov/doing-business/opportunities/const-notices. The New York State Department of Transportation, in accordance with the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted programs of the Department of Transportation and Title 23 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 200, Title IV Program and Related Statutes, as amended, issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all who respond to a written Department solicitation, request for proposal or invitation for bid that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability/handicap and income status in consideration for an award. Please call (518)457-2124 if a reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the letting. Region 01: New York State Department of Transportation 50 Wolf Rd, Albany, NY, 12232 D264105, PIN 105177, FA Proj , Albany Co., Bridge Repair: I-787 Northbound Ramp to South Mall Arterial Westbound Ramp, City of Albany, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $375,000.00), Goals: DBE: 9.00% Region 02: New York State Department of Transportation 207 Genesee Street, Utica, NY, 13501 D264086, PIN 280615, FA Proj , Madison, Oneida Cos., Pavement Marking Project 19, Apply Durable Pavement Markings on Various Routes, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $125,000.00), Goals: DBE: 3.00% Region 03: New York State Department of Transportation 333 E. Washington St., State Office Bldg., Syracuse, NY, 13202 D264026, PIN 380745, FA Proj , Onondaga Co., Sign Replacements at Various Locations., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $40,000.00), Goals: DBE: 0.00% D264027, PIN 305626, FA Proj , Onondaga Co., Off-Ramp Realignment: I481-Kirkville Road Interchange, Town of Dewitt, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $20,000.00), Goals: DBE: 0.00% D264075, PIN 380728, FA Proj , Onondaga Co., Regional Large Culvert Rehabilitation (Slip Lining), NY Route 5 over Pool’s Brook & I81 Exit Ramp over Beartrap Creek in the Towns of Manlius & Salina., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $20,000.00), Goals: DBE: 0.00% Region 05: New York State Department of Transportation 100 Seneca Street, Buffalo, NY, 14203 D264111, PIN 50PS04, FA Proj , Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie Cos., Pedestrian Safety Action Plan: Signalized Intersection Improvements, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $125,000.00), Goals: DBE: 0.00% D264117, PIN 501131, FA Proj , Niagara Co., NY RTE 93; BIN 1034690, 1034701, 1034702 over Twelve Mile Creek & NY RTE 425; BIN 1048340 over E Branch of Twelve Mile Creek Bridge Replacements. NY RTE 18 Slope Stabilization in the Towns of Porter and Wilson., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $200,000.00), Goals: DBE: 11.00% D264128, PIN 581300, FA Proj , Erie Co., Mill & Inlay on Main St. from US 62 to I-290 in the Town of Amherst & the City of Buffalo., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $200,000.00), Goals: DBE: 5.00% D264136, PIN 500913, FA Proj , Chautauqua Co., 0.6 Miles of Asphalt Concrete Realignment to Mitigate Slope Failure on Route 83 in the Town of Arkwright, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $125,000.00), Goals: DBE: 9.00% Region 06: New York State Department of Transportation

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107 Broadway, Hornell, NY, 14843 D264118, PIN 604824, FA Proj , Steuben Co., Bridge Replacement of NY 248 over Bennetts Creek & Culvert Replacement near Van Sickle Rd. in the Town of Greenwood., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $125,000.00), Goals: DBE: 7.00% D264123, PIN 603403, FA Proj , Chemung Co., Bridge Replacement of Rte. 367 Truss Bridge over Bentley Creek in the Village of Wellsburg & the Town of Ashland., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $200,000.00), Goals: DBE: 7.00% Region 08: New York State Department of Transportation 4 Burnett Blvd., Poughkeepsie, NY, 12603 D264108, PIN 8EST11, Columbia Co., Empire State Trail Construction Project: Dutchess - Colombia County Line to Town of Greenport, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $125,000.00), Goals: MBE: 12.00%, WBE: 18.00% Region 09: New York State Department of Transportation 44 Hawley Street, Binghamton, NY, 13901 D264114, PIN 905640, FA Proj , Chenango Co., Bridge Replacement on NY Rt. 8 over Beaver Creek in the Town of Columbus., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $125,000.00), Goals: DBE: 8.00% D264120, PIN 901218, FA Proj , Otsego Co., Bridge Replacement: NY Route 205 Over Small Brook, Town of Hartwick, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $75,000.00), Goals: DBE: 8.00% Region 10: New York State Department of Transportation NYS Office Building,, Veterans Memorial Highway, Hauppauge, NY, 11788 D264113, PIN 081008, FA Proj , Nassau, Suffolk Cos., 2020 Durable Pavement Marking Contract. Pavement Marking Striping, Various Routes., Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $375,000.00), Goals: DBE: 3.00% Region 11: New York State Department of Transportation 47 - 40, 21st Street,, One Hunters Point Plaza, Long Island City, NY, 11101 D264106, PIN XM1948, Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, Richmond Cos., 4.3 Miles of Asphalt Milling and Repaving: Cross Bronx Expressway, New York City, Bid Deposit: 5% of Bid (~ $750,000.00), Goals: MBE: 12.00%, WBE: 18.00%

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK NOTICE TO BIDDERS The State University of New York at Environmental Science and Forestry will receive sealed bids for project no. 20180038-201024, titled Rehabilitate Hot Water Heating System Walters Hall until 2:30 p.m. local time on Friday, December 20, 2019 in Physical Plant Conference Room, SUNY ESF main campus, 1 Forestry Drive, Syracuse, NY 13210 where such proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Interested parties may view the full Notice to Bidders and information on the New York State Contract Reporter Website (https://www.nyscr.ny.gov.) It is the policy of the State of New York and the State University of New York to encourage minority business enterprise participation in this project by contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, and all bidders are expected to cooperate in implementing this policy. The State University of New York reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

RFP 2224PI - Avian Wildlife Management The Javits Center has a requirement from qualified firms to provide Avian Wildlife Management on its green roof. Interested firms must request a bid package electronically at pikpo@javitscenter.com Please include the complete name, street address of your company, contact person, telephone number and e-mail address.


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Hudson River Park Trust Aquaria Exhibit Design Services

Marquee Upgrade RFP 2225PC

The Hudson River Park Trust (the “Trust") is seeking proposals from qualiTitle; Marquee Upgrade fied aquaria designer (“Respondent”) to advise on technical matters and to Agency; New York Convention Center design aquaria exhibits, including the design of tank interior environment/ Operating Corp. theming; aquaria mechanicals; aquaria lighting and life support systems; Division; Jacob K. Javits Convention Center Hudson River water sourcing, filtration and discharge for the Hudson River Park Estuarium.

Contract Number; 2225PC Contract term; TBD Date issued; 11/27/19 Due Date/Time; 12/20/19, 3pm Site walk-thru 10/10/19 3pm Location; NYC Classification; Facilities, Maintenance, Repair & Building Operations Contact Person; Patrick Corcoran email; pcorcoran@javitscenter.com Phone 212-216-2572 Description; The New York Convention Center Operating Corporation NYCCOC), a New York State public benefit corporation, is soliciting proposals from qualified vendors to provide pricing and installation/removal of (2) Marquee displays along with a maintenance agreement, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (Javits Center) NYC.

Evaluation criteria is more specifically set forth in the RFP and includes: The Respondent’s experience in providing services similar to the Scope of Services; the quality of the Respondent’s management, reputation, and references; favorable history, if any, in contracting or doing business with the State or City; the proposed staff’s experience providing similar services; the quality of the submitted proposal; the proposed project schedule; proposed fee and cost schedules. Documents will be available on November 27, 2019. Interested firms may request the RFP by sending an email to the RFP Email below with the subject line “A5134 – Request for Aquaria Exhibit Design RFP” and the following information: 1.

Firm Name and Address

2. Name of Primary Contact Individual and Email Address Interested firms must request a bid package in writing via fax at 212-2162144 or electronically to pcorcoran@javitscenter.com. Please include the The Trust is an equal opportunity contracting agency. Any resulting concomplete name and street address of your company, as well as the name of tracts will include provisions mandating compliance with Executive Law Article 15A and the regulations promulgated there under. contract person, telephone, fax number and email address. Minority/Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 0% Disabled Service Veterans Sub-Contracting Goal: 0 % Questions Due Date: December 12, 2019 – Submit to the RFP Email or mail to Contact below by Due Date Question Response Date: December 18, 2019 – Responses will be posted to the Website Proposals Due: January 10, 2020 at 3:00 PM RFP Email: A5134RFP@hrpt.ny.gov Contact and Submission: Hudson River Park Trust - Administrative Office 353 West Street, Pier 40 – 2nd Floor New York, NY 10014 Attn: Sean Singh, Capital Contracts Coordinator Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Total MWBE Participation Goals: 0% Due date:01/10/2020 3:00 PM Contract term: 2 years County(ies): New York Location: New York City Primary contact:

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Hudson River Park Trust Design & Construction Sean Singh, Capital Contracts Administrator 353 West St. Suite 201, 2nd Fl., Pier 40 New York, NY 10014, United States 212-627-2020 A5134RFP@hrpt.ny.gov

Submit to contact: Hudson River Park Trust Design & Construction Sean Singh, Capital Contracts Administrator 353 West St. Suite 201, 2nd Fl., Pier 40 New York, NY 10014, United States Ph: 212-627-2020 ext.2126272020 A5134RFP@hrpt.ny.gov


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Office of General Services (OGS) DOCUMENT 001114 - ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Two (2) Electrical Work Contracts: 46161-E, 46163-E Two (2) Plumbing Work Contracts: 46165-P, 46167-P One (1) Roofing & Appurtenance Work Contract: 46165-T One (1) General Construction Work Contract: 46168-C Sealed bids for the above Work located in the Geographic Contract Areas described below in Table 1 and comprising separate contracts for General Construction Work, Plumbing Work and Roofing & Appurtenant Work, will be received by the Office of General Services (OGS), Design & Construction Group (D&C), Contract Management, 35th Floor Corning Tower, Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12242, until 2:00 p.m. on the date indicated in Table 2 below, when they will be publicly opened and read. Each bid must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders and must be accompanied by a certified check, bank check, or bid bond in the amount of $25,000. This Advertisement for Bids is for multiple Job Order Contracts (hereinafter called JOC). A Job Order Contract is an indefinite quantity contract pursuant to which the Contractor will perform a series of individual repair, alteration, modernization, maintenance, rehabilitation, demolition and construction projects at different locations. Work is accomplished by means of issuance of a Job Order against a master contract. Under the JOC concept, the Contractor furnishes all management, documentation, labor, materials and equipment needed to perform the Work. The State has published Construction Task CatalogsÒ containing a series of work items with pre-established Unit Prices. The Contractor will bid Adjustment Factors to be applied to the preestablished Unit Prices. The price paid by the State for an individual Project will be determined by multiplying the pre-established Unit Prices by the appropriate quantities and by the appropriate Adjustment Factor(s). All successful bidders will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labor and Material Bond in the statutory form of public bonds required by Sections 136 and 137 of the State Finance Law, each for 100% of the amount of the Anticipated Annual Value of Work as noted in Table 2. Table 1- Geographic Contract Areas Geographic Contract Area Counties Served

Contract #

Area Title

46161-E 46163-E

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46165-P 46167-P 46168-C

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Contract # 46165-T

Geographic Roofing Contract Area Area Title Counties Served 5-6 Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, St. Lawrence, Tioga & Tompkins

Contract Number 46161-E 46163-E 46165-P 46165-T 46167-P 46168-C

Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Queens, Richmond, and Suffolk Albany, Columbia, Delaware, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren, and Washington Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Tioga and Tompkins Chemung, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans, and Wyoming

Table 2- Contract Values and Bid Due Dates Anticipated Annual Value of Work Bid Due Date $ 750,000 18 December 2019 $ 1,000,000 18 December 2019 $ 500,000 18 December 2019 $ 1,000,000 18 December 2019 $ 500,000 18 December 2019 $ 1,000,000 18 December 2019

Prospective bidders must attend a mandatory Pre-Bid Conference. The conference will be held for the purpose of discussing the JOC concept, Contract Documents, specifics of the OGS JOC program, OGS expectations, JOC from the Contractor’s perspective (including how to properly prepare a bid) and other bid considerations. The attendees representing prospective bidders at the Pre-Bid Conferences should be principals of the firm and/or the individuals who will be compiling the bid on behalf of the firm. If the bidder is a joint venture, at least one party of the joint venture must have been represented and signed in at the Pre-Bid Conference. Pre-Bid Conferences: In Albany, NY Pre-Bids held from 10:00 AM-12:00 PM on 19th Nov. 2019 & 10:00AM-12:00PM on 3rd Dec. 2019. Pre-Bid Conferences will be held in Large Conference Room, 34 th Floor, ESP Corning Tower In Willard, NY Pre-Bids held from 1:00PM-3:00PM on 20th Nov. 2019 & 1:00PM-3:00PM on 4th Dec. 2019. Pre-Bid Conference will be held at the Grandview Building, Willard DTC In Orangeburg, NY Pre-Bids held from 10:00AM-12:00PM on 22 nd Nov. 2019 & 10:00AM-12:00PM on 6 th Dec. 2019. Pre-Bid Conference will be held at the Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research For directions to the Pre-Bids see “Directions to Pre-Bids” Pre-bid attendees should allow sufficient time for parking and processing through building security by presenting a government issued picture identifica-


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tion to building security officials and obtain a visitor’s pass. Designated staff are Jessica Hoffman, John Pupons and Pierre Alric in the Division of Contract Management, telephone (518) 474-0203, fax (518) 4737862 and John Lewyckyj, Deputy Director, Design & Construction Group, telephone (518) 474-0201, fax (518) 486-1650. Pursuant to New York State Executive Law Article 15-A and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, OGS is required to promote opportunities for the maximum feasible participation of New York State-certified Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprises (“MWBEs”) and the employment of minority group members and women in the performance of OGS contracts. All bidders are expected to cooperate in implementing this policy. OGS hereby establishes an overall goal of 30% for MWBE participation, 15% for Minority-Owned Business Enterprises (“MBE”) participation and 15% for Women-Owned Business Enterprises (“WBE”) participation (based on the current availability of qualified MBEs and WBEs). The total contract goal can be obtained by utilizing any combination of MBE and /or WBE participation for subcontracting and supplies acquired under this Contract. The Bidding and Contract Documents for this Project are available on compact disc (CD) only, and may be obtained for an $8.00 deposit per set, plus a $2.00 per set shipping and handling fee. Contractors and other interested parties can order CD’s on-line through a secure web interface available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please use the following link at the OGS website for ordering and payment instructions: http://www.ogs.ny.gov/bu/dc/esb/acquirebid.asp. For questions about purchase of bid documents, please send an e-mail to OGS.dl.D&CPlans@ogs.ny.gov, or call (518) 474-0203. For additional information on this project, please use the link below and then click on the project number: https://online.ogs.ny.gov/dnc/contractorConsultant/esb/ESBPlansAvailableIndex.asp. John D. Lewyckyj, C.S.I., C.D.T. Deputy Director OGS Design & Construction Group

New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF)

staff for this solicitation is Vincent Ginardi & Alex Romano, NYSIF, 15 Computer Drive West, Albany NY 12205, contracts@nysif.com. Contacts made to other NYSIF personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the prospective bidder and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the State of New York.

Open Text Live Cycle RFQ NYSIF 2019-82-IT NYSIF is committed to achieving its goal of increasing opportunities for The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) intends to procure a one year term of 4/1/20- 3/31/21 Open Text Live Cycle StreamServe maintenance and support renewal pursuant to its discretionary purchasing authority under State Finance Law §163(6). Open Text maintenance and support for the StreamServe product is necessary to support current and future document generation and printing processes. These processes are essential to the business and continuous customer support and access to software upgrades and security patches is critical. StreamServe is used to produce large number of documents and forms that are mailed out to our customers and partners. Virtually all batch documents are produced utilizing this product. It is critical for these business functions to continue having access to customer support, software upgrades and security patches. This procurement opportunity is limited to New York State small businesses certified as Minority or Women Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 15-A or small businesses certified as Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 17-B of the New York State Executive Law. The value of the resulting contract from this procurement will not exceed $200,000. NYSIF anticipates awarding a single contract. The solicitation document may be obtained from NYSIF’s Procurement website at www.nysif.com/procurement. Interested parties should e-mail contracts@nysif.com with any questions. Please include “NYSIF 2019-82-IT” in the subject line of the e-mail. All amendments, clarifications and any announcements related to this procurement will be posted on NYSIF’s website at: www.nysif.com/procurement. It is the sole responsibility of the bidders to check the website for any amendments, clarifications or updates. All applicable amendment information must be incorporated into the firm’s proposal. Failure to include this information in your proposal may result in the proposal being deemed nonresponsive.

New York State Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB). Any company that feels it may meet the state requirements for MWBE certification but has not done so already is also encouraged to visit the NYS Empire State Development website at http://www.esd.ny.gov/MWBE.html for more information. We encourage any firm that believes it meets the state requirements for SDVOB certification to visit The Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development within the NYS Office of General Services (OGS) at https://ogs.ny.gov/Veterans/.

Mechanical Equipment Room RFP 2227PC Title; Mechanical Equipment Room Agency; New York Convention Center Operating Corp. Division; Jacob K. Javits Convention Center Contract Number; 2225PC Contract term; TBD Date issued; 11/27/19 Due Date/Time; 12/20/19, 3pm Location; NYC Classification; Facilities, Maintenance, Repair & Building Operations Contact Person; Patrick Corcoran email; pcorcoran@javitscenter.com Phone 212-216-2572 Description; The New York Convention Center Operating Corporation NYCCOC), a New York State public benefit corporation, is soliciting proposals from qualified vendors to provide pricing and installation of HVAC and electrical, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (Javits Center) NYC.

Proposals from responsible bidders are due 1/8/20 by 2:00 p.m. EST. The Interested firms must request a bid package in writing via fax at 212-216calendar of events is detailed in the RFQ. 2144 or electronically to pcorcoran@javitscenter.com. Please include the Pursuant to State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes complete name and street address of your company, as well as the name of and imposes certain restrictions on communications between NYSIF per- contract person, telephone, fax number and email address. sonnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated


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SANS Security Training - RFQ NYSIF 2019-78-IT JAVA SE SUBSCRIPTION RFQ NYSIF 2019-85-IT The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) intends to procure SANS InThe New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) intends to procure a one-year term 2/26/20-2/25/21 of Java SE subscription pursuant to its discretionary purchasing authority under State Finance Law §163(6). This procurement opportunity is limited to New York State small businesses certified as Minority or Women Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 15-A or small businesses certified as Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 17-B of the New York State Executive Law. The value of the resulting contract from this procurement will not exceed $200,000. NYSIF anticipates awarding a single contract. The solicitation document may beobtained fromNYSIF’sProcurement websiteat www.nysif.com/procurement. Interested parties should e-mail contracts@nysif.com with any questions. Please include “NYSIF 2019-85-IT” in the subject line of the e-mail. All amendments, clarifications and any announcements related to this procurement will be posted on NYSIF’s website at: www.nysif.com/procurement. It is the sole responsibility of the bidders to check the website for any amendments, clarifications or updates. All applicable amendment information must be incorporated into the firm’s proposal. Failure to include this information in your proposal may result in the proposal being deemed nonresponsive.

stitute Security Training for 12 students via its discretionary purchasing authority under State Finance Law §163(6). This procurement opportunity is limited to New York State small businesses certified as Minority or Women Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 15-A or small businesses certified as Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 17-B of the New York State Executive Law. The value of the resulting contract from this procurement will not exceed $200,000. NYSIF anticipates awarding a single contract. The solicitation document may be obtained from NYSIF’s Procurement website at www.nysif.com/procurement. Interested parties should e-mail contracts@nysif.com with any questions. Please include “NYSIF 2019-78-IT” in the subject line of the e-mail. All amendments, clarifications and any announcements related to this procurement will be posted on NYSIF’s website at: www.nysif.com/procurement. It is the sole responsibility of the bidders to check the website for any amendments, clarifications or updates. All applicable amendment information must be incorporated into the firm’s proposal. Failure to include this information in your proposal may result in the proposal being deemed non-responsive.

Proposals from responsible bidders are due 1/6/20 by 2:00 p.m. EST. The Proposals from responsible bidders are due 12/20/19 by 2:00 p.m. EST. The calendar of events is detailed in the RFQ. calendar of events is detailed in the RFQ. Pursuant to State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes Pursuant to State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between NYSIF perand imposes certain restrictions on communications between NYSIF per- sonnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated sonnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated staff for this solicitation is Vincent Ginardi & Alex Romano, NYSIF, 15 staff for this solicitation is Vincent Ginardi & Alex Romano, NYSIF, 15 Computer Drive West, Albany NY 12205, contracts@nysif.com. Contacts Computer Drive West, Albany NY 12205, contracts@nysif.com. Contacts made to other NYSIF personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify made to other NYSIF personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the prospective bidder and affect future procurements with governmental the prospective bidder and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the State of New York. entities in the State of New York. NYSIF is committed to achieving its goal of increasing opportunities for NYSIF is committed to achieving its goal of increasing opportunities for New York State Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and New York State Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB). Any company that Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB). Any company that feels it may meet the state requirements for MWBE certification but has not feels it may meet the state requirements for MWBE certification but has not done so already is also encouraged to visit the NYS Empire State Developdone so already is also encouraged to visit the NYS Empire State Develop- ment website at http://www.esd.ny.gov/MWBE.html for more information. ment website at http://www.esd.ny.gov/MWBE.html for more information. We encourage any firm that believes it meets the state requirements for We encourage any firm that believes it meets the state requirements for SDVOB certification to visit The Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ SDVOB certification to visit The Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development within the NYS Office of General Services (OGS) at Business Development within the NYS Office of General Services (OGS) at https://ogs.ny.gov/Veterans/. https://ogs.ny.gov/Veterans/.

ALBANY COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

Invites quotes From Qualified D/M/WBE’s

Kubricky Construction Corp. is an equal opportunity employer; M/W/DBE’s The Albany County Airport Authority hereby solicits sealed bids for Conare encouraged to bid. We invite quotes from qualified D/M/WBE’s on the tract No. S-1039 for Professional Engineering Services for Passenger following NYSDOT/Thruway or other projects. Plans are available from Boarding Bridge Improvement at Albany International Airport. NYSDOT/Thruway Regional Offices, the Architect, or may be examined at ** For Additional Information visit http://flyalbany.com/airport-authority/ our office at 269 Ballard Road, Wilton, NY 12831. Quotations should be legal-notices at www.flyalbany.com or call (518)242-2214** made by 5:00pm the day before the bid. Fax is 518-792-2458. For questions, contact our project estimators at 518-792-5864. NUMBER/COUNTY DESCRIPTION BID DATE COMPLETION DWSRF RF3-380/ Bennington Water System 12/12/19 6/30/21 Bennington County Remedial Expansion, Contract # 9-Town of Bennington

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New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) Diagnostic Testing Services - RFP NYSIF 2019-32-INS NYSIF is seeking proposals from qualified firms capable of providing Diagnostic Testing Services, as further described in the Request for Proposals (RFP). NYSIF seeks Workers’ Compensation Board authorized medical providers to provide diagnostic examinations and testing services. These include Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT), Electromyography (EMG), Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS), x-ray examinations, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and other radiological examinations or tests.

The New York State Insurance Fund (NYSIF) intends to procure SecureWorks Red Cloak Advanced Endpoint Threat Detection licenses, as further described in the Request for Quotes (RFQ) pursuant to its discretionary purchasing authority under State Finance Law §163(6). This procurement opportunity is limited to New York State businesses certified as Minority or Women Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 15-A or businesses certified as SerNYSIF anticipates awarding multiple contracts. The solicitation document vice-Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses pursuant to Article 17-B of the may be obtained from NYSIF’s Procurement website at www.nysif.com/proNew York State Executive Law. The value of the resulting contract from this curement. Interested parties should e-mail contracts@nysif.com with any procurement will not exceed $200,000. questions. Please include “NYSIF 2019-32-INS” in the subject line of the NYSIF anticipates awarding a single contract. The solicitation document e-mail. may be obtained from NYSIF’s Procurement website at www.nysif.com/procurement. Interested parties should e-mail contracts@nysif.com with any All amendments, clarifications and any announcements related to this procurement will be posted on NYSIF’s website at: www.nysif.com/procurequestions. Please include “NYSIF 2019-89-IT” in the subject line of the ment. It is the sole responsibility of the bidders to check the website for any e-mail. amendments, clarifications or updates. All applicable amendment informaAll amendments, clarifications and any announcements related to this pro- tion must be incorporated into the firm’s proposal. Failure to include this curement will be posted on NYSIF’s website at: www.nysif.com/procure- information in your proposal may result in the proposal being deemed ment. It is the sole responsibility of the bidders to check the website for any non-responsive. amendments, clarifications or updates. All applicable amendment informaProposals from responsible bidders are due 1/10/20 by 2:00 p.m. EST. The tion must be incorporated into the firm’s proposal. Failure to include this calendar of events is detailed in the RFP. information in your proposal may result in the proposal being deemed nonresponsive. Pursuant to State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between NYSIF perProposals from responsible bidders are due 12/12/2019 by 2:00 p.m. EST. sonnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated The calendar of events is detailed in the RFQ. staff for this solicitation is Alex Romano & Heather Baumann, NYSIF, 15 Pursuant to State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes Computer Drive West, Albany NY 12205, contracts@nysif.com. Contacts and imposes certain restrictions on communications between NYSIF per- made to other NYSIF personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify sonnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated the prospective bidder and affect future procurements with governmental staff for this solicitation is Jessica Alber, NYSIF, 15 Computer Drive West, entities in the State of New York. Albany NY 12205, contracts@nysif.com. Contacts made to other NYSIF NYSIF is committed to achieving its goal of increasing opportunities for personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the prospective bidder New York State Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the State of Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB). Any company that New York. feels it may meet the state requirements for MWBE certification but has not NYSIF is committed to achieving its goal of increasing opportunities for done so already is also encouraged to visit the NYS Empire State DevelopNew York State Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and ment website at http://www.esd.ny.gov/MWBE.html for more information. Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB). Any company that We encourage any firm that believes it meets the state requirements for feels it may meet the state requirements for MWBE certification but has not SDVOB certification to visit The Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ done so already is also encouraged to visit the NYS Empire State Develop- Business Development within the NYS Office of General Services (OGS) at ment website at http://www.esd.ny.gov/MWBE.html for more information. https://ogs.ny.gov/Veterans/. We encourage any firm that believes it meets the state requirements for SDVOB certification to visit The Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development within the NYS Office of General Services (OGS) at https://ogs.ny.gov/Veterans/. Skanska USA Civil is soliciting cost proposals from New York, Massachusetts, & Washington DC certified DBE & SB subcontractors/vendors for the S&I HSR Facility Modifications project in Ivy City, Southampton, & Sunnyside which bids on December 5, 2019.

Bidding Opportunities include: Marine Construction –Rehabilitation and demolition of existing structures, pile furnish and installation, precast furnish and installation, rebar installation cast in place concrete placement. Hardscape/Landscaping work- site improvements and infrastructure upgrades, furnish and install railing, park amenity work and landscaping, electrical, plumbing, paving, etc.

Description of Project: The Work generally consists of selective demolition, site clearing, construction of modifications within the existing Acela S&I Shop, exterior improvements, and associated civil and utility work.

Many bidding opportunities available. If you are interested in bidding on this project, please contact Skanska’s If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please contact Outreach Coordinator: Julia.Omanoff@skanska.com * EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled Christina.bailey@skanska.com


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Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Pier A Geothermal Piping Replacement Contractor Services Description of Goods or Services to Be Bid

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or Diversity policy along with a breakdown of all company staff by job classification, race and gender. For questions on MBE/WBE/SDVOB participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting goals ONLY, please contact “Diversity Designated Contact”: Mr. Justin McLaughlin-Williams at 212.417.2337. MBE/WBE UTILIZATION GOAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BPCA CONTRACTS: In accordance with Article 15-A of the New York State Executive Law and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, BPCA has established separate goals for participation of New York State Certified minority and women-owned business enterprises for all state contracts. BPCA is required to implement the provisions of Article 15-A and 5 NYCRR Part 143 for all state contracts (1) in excess of $25,000 for labor, services, equipment, materials or any combination for the foregoing and (2) in excess of $100,000 for real property renovations and construction. For purposes of this procurement, the Organization hereby establishes a goal of 15% for Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBE) participation and 15% for Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBE) participation. (We are happy to work with you to help you identify opportunities for M/WBE participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting). As a condition of this procurement, the Proposer and BPCA agree to be bound by the provisions of §316 of Article 15-A of the Executive Law regarding enforcement. Proposers must document “good faith efforts” to provide meaningful participation by certified M/WBE subcontractors or suppliers in the performance of the awarded contract. For guidance on how BPCA will determine a Proposer’s “good faith efforts,” refer to 5 NYCRR § 143.8. Additionally, Proposers must refer to Mandatory Forms of this document for a list of forms that must be provided in order to fully comply with Article 15-A of the New York State Executive Law and 5 NYCRR Part 143.

Battery Park City Authority d/b/a Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority (“BPCA”) requests proposals (individually a “Proposal” and collectively the “Proposals”) from general construction contractors (individually a “Proposer” and collectively the “Proposers”) to provide BPCA with plumbing and general construction services for the replacement of geothermal piping within and beneath the Pier A Harbor House (“the Pier Building”) and attached pedestrian promenade (the “Promenade”), located at 22 Battery Place (collectively, “Pier A” or the “Project Site”). The required construction work (the “Project”) includes, but is not limited to: (1) Removal of sections of the existing two (2) six-inch (6”) long cast iron pipes that run along the underside of the Pier Building (the “Cast Iron Pipes”); (2) Furnishing and installation of two (2) new replacement reinforced fiberglass thermosetting resin pipes and associated fittings (the “Fiberglass Pipes”); (3) Removal of Pier Building wall components within the Pier Building’s Stairwell #4, such as a cabinet heater, electrical outlets, and data outlets, in order to access specified sections of the Cast Iron Pipes that are located within the Pier Building’s interior; (4) Removal of sheetrock located behind wall components in order to gain access to Cast Iron Pipes; (5) Restoration of sheetrock wall and wall components and installation of access panel within Stairwell #4; (6) Furnishing and installation of two (2) 6” butterfly valves within Stairwell #4; (7) Furnishing and installation of eight (8) 4” stainless steel ball valves under the south side of the Promenade. A detailed scope of work for which the selected Proposer will be responsible is attached as Ex- SDVOB UTILIZATION GOAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BPCA CONTRACTS: In accordance with Article 17-B of the New York State Execuhibit A (the “Work”). tive Law and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, BPCA has established The selected Proposer and/or its subcontractor(s) must be certified to install separate goals for participation of New York State Certified service-disabled the Fiberglass Pipes by the manufacturer of such pipes, such that the veteran-owned business enterprises for all state contracts. BPCA is required selected Proposer and/or its subcontractor(s) are trained and qualified to to implement the provisions of Article 17-B and 9 NYCRR Part 252 for all join fiberglass piping with manufacturer-recommended adhesive. state contracts (1) in excess of $25,000 for labor, services, equipment, matePre-proposal meeting: November 21, 2019 at 10:00am. Meeting Location: rials or any combination for the foregoing and (2) in excess of $100,000 for BPCA Offices, 24th floor, 200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10280 (atten- real property renovations and construction. For purposes of this procuredance is highly recommended). ment, the Organization hereby establishes a goal of 6% for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) participation. (We are happy to Interested parties may download the complete request for proposals (“RFP”) viathelink providedbelowor by visitingBPCA’swebsiteat www.bpca.ny.gov work with you to help you identify opportunities for SDVOB participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting). As a condition of this procurement, the and clicking on the “Opportunities” tab. All Proposals must meet the Proposer and BPCA agree to be bound by the provisions of 9 NYCRR §252.2 requirements listed in the RFP. regarding enforcement. Proposers must document “good faith efforts” to As stated in the RFP, firms interested in responding to the RFP must com- provide meaningful participation by certified SDVOB subcontractors or plete the Mandatory Forms Packet located on BPCA’s website at http:// suppliers in the performance of the awarded contract. For guidance on how b p c a . n y . g o v / w p - c o n t e n t / u p l o a d s / 2 0 1 5 / 0 3 / V e n d o r - BPCA will determine a Proposer’s “good faith efforts,” refer to 9 NYCRR § ResponsibilityQuestionnaire.pdf. The completed forms must accompany the 252.2(s). firm’s proposal. BPCA reserves the right to cancel or withdraw in whole or in part this RFP Restricted Period at its sole discretion. Proposers will be notified in the event the RFP is canProposers are restricted from making contact with anyone other than the celled via the BPCA website. Designated Contacts (identified below) during the period from the time of publication of this advertisement through approval of the procurement contract by BPCA (the “Restricted Period”). Employees of BPCA are required to record certain contacts during the Restricted Period, including, but not limited to, any oral, written or electronic communication with a governmental entity under circumstances where a reasonable person would infer that the communication was intended to influence the governmental entity’s conduct or decision regarding the governmental procurement, and to make a determination of responsibility based, in part, upon any such contact. Failure to abide by this process may result in a finding of non-responsibility.

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 15%

Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 15% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Contracting Goal: 6% Due date:12/11/2019 3:00 PM

Contract term: The anticipated term of the contract award pursuant to this RFP (the “Contract”) will be five (5) months, with the necessary construction work anticipated to take approximately two (2) months; Eligibility / Qualifications Requirements / Preferences however, the required substantial completion date for the Project will Minority-Owned Business Enterprises (“MBE”), Women-Owned Business be no later than May 15, 2020. Enterprises (“WBE”) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business County(ies): All NYS counties Enterprises (“SDVOB”) are encouraged to submit Proposals. All Proposers must submit with their proposal a copy of its Equal Employment Opportunity Location: Battery Park City


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Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Procurement Battery Park City Authority Michael LaMancusa Assistant Contracting Officer 200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States 212-417-4335 michael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov

Submit to contact: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Procurement Battery Park City Authority Michael LaMancusa Assistant Contracting Officer 200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States Ph: 212-417-4335 michael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov

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Eligibility / Qualifications Requirements / Preferences MBE/WBE/SDVOB Participation, Joint Ventures, and Sub-contracting Goals Contractor requirements and procedures for business participation opportunities for New York State certified MBEs/WBEs/SDVOBs and equal employment opportunity requirements relating to minority group members and women are attached as Exhibit B. Note that, as this solicitation has been issued to develop a list of pre-qualified vendors and will result in the award of a number of prime Contracts, no MWBE or SDVOB goals have been established at this time. However, BPCA will assess each Contract issued pursuant to this solicitation for MWBE and SDVOB goals prior to award. Please also note that a prospective Contractor’s use of MWBE/SDVOB firms is among the factors BPCA will consider when assigning Legal Services work (see Section IX.D of this RFP). For questions relating to MBE/WBE/ SDVOB participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting goals only, please contact the “MBE/WBE/SDVOB Designated Contact” Mr. Michael LaMancusa at Michael.Lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov 212-417-4335 MBE/WBE UTILIZATION GOAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BPCA CONTRACTS: In accordance with Article 15-A of the New York State Executive Law and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, BPCA has established separate goals for participation of New York State Certified minority and women-owned business enterprises for all state contracts. BPCA is required to implement the provisions of Article 15-A and 5 NYCRR Part 143 for all state contracts (1) in excess of $25,000 for labor, services, equipment, materials or any combination for the foregoing and (2) in excess of $100,000 for real property renovations and construction. For purposes of this procurement, the Organization hereby establishes a goal of 0% for Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBE) participation and 0%for Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBE) participation. (We are happy to work with you to help you identify opportunities for M/WBE participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting). As a condition of this procurement, the Proposer and BPCA agree to be bound by the provisions of §316 of Article 15-A of the Executive Law regarding enforcement. Proposers must document “good faith efforts” to provide meaningful participation by certified M/WBE subcontractors or suppliers in the performance of the awarded contract. For guidance on how BPCA will determine a Proposer’s “good faith efforts,” refer to 5 NYCRR § 143.8. Additionally, Proposers must refer to Mandatory Forms of this document for a list of forms that must be provided in order to fully comply with Article 15-A of the New York State Executive Law and 5 NYCRR Part 143.

Battery Park City Authority d/b/a Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority (“BPCA”) requests proposals (individually, a “Proposal” or collectively, the “Proposals”) from engineering firms (each individually, a “Proposer” or collectively, the “Proposers”) to provide underwater inspection, assessment, design, engineering, and limited construction administration services for the Phase 7 Pile Remediation – Assessment, Design & Engineering Services Project. The objective of the Work, together with construction services and oversight that BPCA will procure separately, is to complete the final phase (Phase 7, or the “Project”) of a multi-year BPCA repair and remediation program for the piles supporting the Battery Park City platform structure (the “Program”). The Work also includes a load-bearing analysis, which was not a part of prior phases, in order to provide beneficial information in supSDVOB UTILIZATION GOAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BPCA CONport of BPCA’s waterfront resiliency projects. TRACTS: In accordance with Article 17-B of the New York State ExecuPre-proposal meeting: November 13, 2019 at 9:30am. Meeting Location: tive Law and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, BPCA has established BPCA Offices, 24th floor, 200 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10281 (atten- separate goals for participation of New York State Certified service-disabled dance is highly recommended). veteran-owned business enterprises for all state contracts. BPCA is required Interested parties may download the complete request for proposals (“RFP”) to implement the provisions of Article 17-B and 9 NYCRR Part 252 for all via the link provided below or by visiting BPCA’s website at www.bpca.ny.gov state contracts (1) in excess of $25,000 for labor, services, equipment, mateand clicking on the “Opportunities” tab. All Proposals must meet the re- rials or any combination for the foregoing and (2) in excess of $100,000 for quirements listed in the RFP. real property renovations and construction. For purposes of this procureAs stated in the RFP, firms interested in responding to the RFP must com- ment, the Organization hereby establishes a goal of 0% for Service-Displete the Mandatory Forms Packet located on BPCA’s website at http:// abled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) participation. (We are happy to b p c a . n y . g o v / w p - c o n t e n t / u p l o a d s / 2 0 1 5 / 0 3 / V e n d o r - work with you to help you identify opportunities for SDVOB participation, ResponsibilityQuestionnaire.pdf. The completed forms must accompany the joint ventures and sub-contracting). As a condition of this procurement, the Proposer and BPCA agree to be bound by the provisions of 9 NYCRR §252.2 firm’s proposal. regarding enforcement. Proposers must document “good faith efforts” to Restricted Period provide meaningful participation by certified SDVOB subcontractors or Proposers are restricted from making contact with anyone other than the suppliers in the performance of the awarded contract. For guidance on how Designated Contacts (identified below) during the period from the time of BPCA will determine a Proposer’s “good faith efforts,” refer to 9 NYCRR § publication of this advertisement through approval of the procurement con- 252.2(s). tract by BPCA (the “Restricted Period”). Employees of BPCA are required to record certain contacts during the Restricted Period, including, but not BPCA reserves the right to cancel or withdraw in whole or in part this RFP limited to, any oral, written or electronic communication with a governmen- at its sole discretion. Proposers will be notified in the event the RFP is cantal entity under circumstances where a reasonable person would infer that celled via the BPCA website. the communication was intended to influence the governmental entity’s con- Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No duct or decision regarding the governmental procurement, and to make a determination of responsibility based, in part, upon any such contact. Fail- Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 15% ure to abide by this process may result in a finding of non-responsibility. Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 15%


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200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States 212-417-4335 michael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov

Secondary contact: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Procurement Battery Park City Authority Michael LaMancusa Asst.Contracting Officer 200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States Ph: 212-417-4335 michael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov Submit to contact: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Procurement Battery Park City Authority Michael LaMancusa Asst.Contracting Officer 200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States Ph: 212-417-4335 michael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov

Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Battery Park City Ballfield & Community Center Resiliency Project: General Contractor Services Description of Goods or Services to Be Bid Battery Park City Authority d/b/a Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority (“BPCA”) requests proposals (individually a “Proposal” and collectively the “Proposals”) from general construction contractors or metal contractors (individually a “Proposer” and collectively the “Proposers”) to provide BPCA with general contractor services for the Battery Park City Ballfield and Community Center Resiliency Project (the “Project”). The Project will consist of general contractor services related to the construction, fabrication, and installation of an interim flood barrier (the “Ballfield Barrier System”) along the northern, eastern, and southern boundaries of the Battery Park City Ballfields (the “Ballfields” or the Project Site”), located immediately west of West Street and between Warren Street and Murray Street. The Ballfield Barrier System will have an intended useful life of up to ten (10) years and is expected to remain in place until the completion of the North Battery Park City and South Battery Park City Resiliency Projects, at which time the Ballfield Barrier System will be rendered redundant based upon current 2050’s one hundred-year storm projections. The Ballfield Barrier System will consist primarily of eight hundred (800) linear feet of metal panels, with decorative metal overlays, installed within a new concrete grade beam and attached to the Ballfield’s existing perimeter fencing. Associated drain

Interested parties may download the complete request for proposals (“RFP”) via the link provided below or by visiting BPCA’s website at www.bpca.ny.gov and clicking on the “Opportunities” tab. All Proposals must meet the requirements listed in the RFP. As stated in the RFP, firms interested in responding to the RFP must complete the Mandatory Forms Packet located on BPCA’s website at http:// b p c a . n y . g o v / w p - c o n t e n t / u p l o a d s / 2 0 1 5 / 0 3 / Ve n d o r ResponsibilityQuestionnaire.pdf. The completed forms must accompany the firm’s proposal. Restricted Period Proposers are restricted from making contact with anyone other than the Designated Contacts (identified below) during the period from the time of publication of this advertisement through approval of the procurement contract by BPCA (the “Restricted Period”). Employees of BPCA are required to record certain contacts during the Restricted Period, including, but not limited to, any oral, written or electronic communication with a governmental entity under circumstances where a reasonable person would infer that the communication was intended to influence the governmental entity’s conduct or decision regarding the governmental procurement, and to make a determination of responsibility based, in part, upon any such contact. Failure to abide by this process may result in a finding of non-responsibility. Eligibility / Qualifications Requirements / Preferences Minority-Owned Business Enterprises (“MBE”), Women-Owned Business Enterprises (“WBE”) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Enterprises (“SDVOB”) are encouraged to submit Proposals. All Proposers must submit with their proposal a copy of its Equal Employment Opportunity or Diversity policy along with a breakdown of all company staff by job classification, race and gender. For questions on MBE/WBE/SDVOB participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting goals ONLY, please contact “Diversity Designated Contact”: Mr. Justin McLaughlin-Williams at 212.417.2337. MBE/WBE UTILIZATION GOAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BPCA CONTRACTS: In accordance with Article 15-A of the New York State Executive Law and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, BPCA has established separate goals for participation of New York State Certified minority and women-owned business enterprises for all state contracts. BPCA is required to implement the provisions of Article 15-A and 5 NYCRR Part 143 for all state contracts (1) in excess of $25,000 for labor, services, equipment, materials or any combination for the foregoing and (2) in excess of $100,000 for real property renovations and construction. For purposes of this procurement, the Organization hereby establishes a goal of 15 % for Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBE) participation and 15 % for Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBE) participation. (We are happy to work with you to help you identify opportunities for M/WBE participation, joint ventures and sub-contracting). As a condition of this procurement, the Proposer and BPCA agree to be bound by the provisions of §316 of Article 15-A of the Executive Law regarding enforcement. Proposers must document “good faith efforts” to provide meaningful participation by certified M/WBE subcontractors or suppliers in the performance of the awarded contract. For guidance on how BPCA will determine a Proposer’s “good faith efforts,” refer to 5 NYCRR § 143.8. Additionally, Proposers must refer to Mandatory Forms of this document for a list of forms that must be provided


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in order to fully comply with Article 15-A of the New York State Executive Submit to contact: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Law and 5 NYCRR Part 143. Procurement Procurement SDVOB UTILIZATION GOAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BPCA CONMichael LaMancusa TRACTS: In accordance with Article 17-B of the New York State ExecuContracts Officer tive Law and regulations adopted pursuant thereto, BPCA has established 200 Liberty Street separate goals for participation of New York State Certified service-disabled 24th Floor veteran-owned business enterprises for all state contracts. BPCA is required New York, NY 10281 to implement the provisions of Article 17-B and 9 NYCRR Part 252 for all United States state contracts (1) in excess of $25,000 for labor, services, equipment, mate- Ph: 212-417-4335 rials or any combination for the foregoing and (2) in excess of $100,000 for Fax: 212-417-2001 real property renovations and construction. For purposes of this procuremichael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov ment, the Organization hereby establishes a goal of 6 % for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) participation. (We are happy to DORMITORY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF work with you to help you identify opportunities for SDVOB participation, NEW YORK (“DASNY”) joint ventures and sub-contracting). As a condition of this procurement, the Proposer and BPCA agree to be bound by the provisions of 9 NYCRR §252.2 Banking and Custodial Services #5553 regarding enforcement. Proposers must document “good faith efforts” to The Proposer shall provide custodial and general account services for all provide meaningful participation by certified SDVOB subcontractors or accounts, including establishing and administering all accounts and suppliers in the performance of the awarded contract. For guidance on how maintaining accurate records of activity in each account. Each account BPCA will determine a Proposer’s “good faith efforts,” refer to 9 NYCRR § may receive regular deposits of ACH, wire, cash or checks from various 252.2(s). sources. The DDA accounts may be a mix of interest bearing and/or compensating balance accounts dependent upon the proposed fee schedule BPCA reserves the right to cancel or withdraw in whole or in part this RFP selected. DASNY requires on-line access to process voids, cancels and at its sole discretion. Proposers will be notified in the event the RFP is deletes; issue stop payment and replacement check services; initiate ACH cancelled via the BPCA website. transactions, internal transfers between DASNY accounts, wire transfers and perform inquiries. Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Set Aside: No Minority Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 15% Women Owned Sub-Contracting Goal: 15% Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Contracting Goal: 6% Due date:12/04/2019 3:00 PM N/A

Proposals will be considered only from banking institutions that meet the qualifications listed in the RFP. Firms interested in responding to this solicitation may access the RFP and related documents from DASNY’s website at https://www.dasny.org/ opportunities/rfps-bids /professional-services. The deadline for responses to the RFP is 5:00pm on January 31, 2020. Responses received after this date will not be accepted.

Contract term: 13 months County(ies): All NYS counties Location: Battery Park City Authority d/b/a Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority, 75 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280 Primary contact:

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Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Public Information Procurement Michael LaMancusa Contracts Officer 200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States 212-417-4335 michael.lamancusa@bpca.ny.gov

Secondary contact: Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Diversity Diversity Justin McLaughlin-Williams Director of Diversity 200 Liberty Street 24th Floor New York, NY 10281 United States Ph: 212-417-4335 ext.4335 Fax: 212-417-2001 justin.mclaughlin-williams@bppca.ny.gov

DORMITORY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK (“DASNY”) NOTICE TO BIDDERS City University of New York Brooklyn College LaGuardia Hall Cupola Restoration and Asbestos Abatement CR11 General Construction Project Number 3480709999 Sealed bids for the above Work located at Brooklyn College, LaGuardia Hall, 2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11210 will be received by DASNY at its office located at 515 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207. Each bid must be identified, on the outside of the envelope, with the name and address of the bidder and designated a bid for the Project titled above. When a sealed bid is placed inside another delivery jacket, the bid delivery jacket must be clearly marked on the outside “BID ENCLOSED” and “ATTENTION: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS – DOMINICK DONADIO.” DASNY will not be responsible for receipt of bids which do not comply with these instructions. The Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (“DASNY”) has determined that its interest in obtaining the best work at the lowest possible price, preventing favoritism, fraud and corruption, and other considerations such as the impact of delay, the possibility of cost savings advantages and any local history of labor unrest are best met by use of a Project Labor Agreement (“PLA”) on this Project. The successful low bidder, as a condition of being awarded this Contract, will be required to execute the PLA described in the Information for Bidders and included in the Contract Documents. See Section 18.0 of the Information for Bidders of the Contract Documents for


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In accordance with State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between DASNY personnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated staff for this solicitation is: Norberto Dolores, Field Representative III, 2900 Bedford Avenue, DASNY Field Office, Brooklyn, New York 11210, 718-421-2621, ndolores@dasny.org (the Owner’s Representative) and DASNY at ccontracts@dasny.org. Contacts made to other DASNY personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the prospective bidder and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the State of New York. For more information pursuant to this law, refer to DASNY’s website; http://www.dasny.org or the OGS website; http:// www.ogs.state.ny.us.

If you are ordering by mail, please include ALL the following on a transmittal with your check or money order: Company Name Address (physical address only) Contact Person Phone Number Email (for communication including addendum notifications) Company Fax number FedEx or UPS shipping account number If you do not have a shipping account, please send an additional non-refundable check for $20 payable to Camelot Print and Copy Centers.

Please include your Federal ID number, telephone and fax numbers on your Bank Check or Postal Money Order. NOTE: Bid due date is subject to change if Contract Documents are not available when requested, therefore, please call to confirm the availability of Contract Documents. If the Contract Documents will not be picked up by the purchaser, the purchaser will Prospective bidders are advised that the Contract Documents for this Project need to provide an account number for shipping of the documents or send an contain new “GENERAL CONDITIONS for CONSTRUCTION” dated May additional non-refundable check for $20 payable to Camelot Print and Copy 1, 2018 that contain significant revisions from those documents previously Centers. contained in DASNY’s Contract Documents. Prospective bidders are further advised to review applicable sections of these General Conditions for For the convenience of prospective bidders, subcontractors and material suppliers, the Contract Documents will be displayed at the following locations: any potential impact on their bid price prior to submittal of the bid. A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 9, 2020 at 10:00 AM at DASNY Field Office, 1 Campus Road, Brooklyn, New York 11210. Contact Norberto Dolores at 718-421-2621. All prospective bidders are strongly encouraged to attend.

A complete set of Contract Documents may be viewed and/or purchased online from Camelot Print and Copy Centers. Only those Contract Documents obtained in this manner will enable a prospective bidder to be identified as an official plan holder of record. DASNY takes no responsibility for the completeness of Contract Documents obtained from other sources. Contract Documents obtained from other sources may not be accurate or may not contain addenda that may have been issued. In addition, prospective bidders are advised that the Contract Documents for this Project contain new “GENERAL CONDITIONS for CONSTRUCTION” dated May 1, 2018 that contain significant revisions from those documents previously contained in DASNY’s Contract Documents. Prospective bidders are further advised to review applicable sections of these General Conditions for any potential impact on their bid price prior to submittal of the bid. The plan holders list and a list of interested subcontractors and material suppliers may be viewed at DASNY’s website: http://www.dasny.org. For Bid Opportunities and other DASNY related news, follow us on Twitter @NYS_DASNY and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/DASNY-Dormitor-Authorityof-the-State-of-New-York/307274192739368.

Contact information for hard copy distribution Construction Journal Robin Martinos 400 SW 7th St. Stuart, FL 34994

To view the Contract Documents online, click the following link: www.camelotplanroom.com or type it into your web browser. Then click on the Public Jobs link on the left side of the page. If you would like to purchase the Contract Documents and become a registered planholder click the link “Register for an account” and follow the steps to create a free account (if you have not previously set one up). Once you have a Login and Password, log in to the planroom. To order a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD of the Contract Documents and be placed on the bidder’s list, add the Contract Document(s) to your cart and proceed to the checkout. All major credit cards are accepted online. A purchase of a digital download is required to become a registered planholder. Printed sets of the Contract Documents are also

Dodge Data & Analytics 3315 Central Avenue Hot Springs, AR 71901 Contact: William Fleming william.fleming@construction.com Ph: (518) 269-7735 No Fax number

Contact information after documents have been issued Melissa Lapierre Phone: 802-658-3797 ext 525 Fax: 802-862-4926 M.LaPierre@constructionjournal.com.com ConstructConnect

Attn: Production 30 Technology Parkway S. Suite 500 Norcross, GA 30092 Email: projects@cmdgroup.com Contact: Vera Bifulco Ph: (800) 364-2059

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Office for People with Developmental Disabilities Brooklyn DDSO 366-368 Parkside Avenue Roof Replacement and Asbestos Abatement CR16 General Construction Project Number 3518209999 Sealed bids for the above Work located at 366 Parkside Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11226 will be received by DASNY at its office located at 515 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207. Each bid must be identified, on the outside of the envelope, with the name and address of the bidder and designated a bid for the Project titled above. When a sealed bid is placed inside another delivery jacket, the bid delivery jacket must be clearly marked on the outside “BID ENCLOSED” and “ATTENTION: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS – DOMINICK DONADIO.” DASNY will not be responsible for receipt of bids which do not comply with these instructions. Individuals and entities submitting bids in person or by private delivery services should allow sufficient time for processing through building security to assure that bids are received prior to the deadline for submitting bids. All individuals who plan to attend bid openings will be required to present government-issued picture identification to building security officials and obtain a visitors pass prior to attending the bid opening.

To view the Contract Documents online, click the following link: www.camelotplanroom.com or type it into your web browser. Then click on the Public Jobs link on the left side of the page. If you would like to purchase the Contract Documents and become a registered planholder click the link “Register for an account” and follow the steps to create a free account (if you have not previously set one up). Once you have a Login and Password, log in to the planroom. To order a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD of the Contract Documents and be placed on the bidder’s list, add the Contract Document(s) to your cart and proceed to the checkout. All major credit cards are accepted online. A purchase of a digital download is required to become a registered planholder. Printed sets of the Contract Documents are also available to planholders for an additional cost and may be ordered through the online planroom or by mailing a check. The purchase of the digital downloads and printed sets are non-refundable and non-returnable. Please contact Camelot’s Bid Department at (518) 435-9696 or email them at camelotbids@teamcamelot.com for more information. If you prefer to order a CD of the Contract Documents in place of the digital download, please send your non-refundable check/money order in the amount of $15.00 payable to Camelot Print and Copy Centers to:

Camelot Print & Copy Centers Only those bids in the hands of DASNY, available to be read at 2:00 PM 630 Columbia St. Ext. local time on January 7, 2020 will be considered. Bids shall be publicly Latham, NY 12110 opened and read aloud. Bid results can be viewed at DASNY’s website; Attn: Bid Department http://www.dasny.org. If you are ordering by mail, please include ALL the following on a transmitIn accordance with State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation tal with your check or money order: includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between DASNY personnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement process. Designated staff for this solicitation is: Ramesh Sharma, Project Manager, 888 Fountain Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11208, 718-6477147, rsharma@dasny.org (the Owner’s Representative) and DASNY at ccontracts@dasny.org. Contacts made to other DASNY personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the prospective bidder and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the State of New York. For more information pursuant to this law, refer to DASNY’s website; http:// www.dasny.org or the OGS website; http://www.ogs.state.ny.us.

Company Name Address (physical address only) Contact Person Phone Number Email (for communication including addendum notifications) Company Fax number FedEx or UPS shipping account number If you do not have a shipping account, please send an additional non-refundable check for $20 payable to Camelot Print and Copy Centers.

Please include your Federal ID number, telephone and fax numbers on your Bank Check or Postal Money Order. NOTE: Bid due date is subject to change if Contract Documents are not available when requested, therefore, please call to confirm the availability of Contract Documents. If the Contract Documents will not be picked up by the purchaser, the purchaser will Prospective bidders are advised that the Contract Documents for this Project need to provide an account number for shipping of the documents or send an contain new “GENERAL CONDITIONS for CONSTRUCTION” dated May additional non-refundable check for $20 payable to Camelot Print and Copy 1, 2018 that contain significant revisions from those documents previously Centers. contained in DASNY’s Contract Documents. Prospective bidders are further advised to review applicable sections of these General Conditions for For the convenience of prospective bidders, subcontractors and material suppliers, the Contract Documents will be displayed at the following locations: any potential impact on their bid price prior to submittal of the bid. A complete set of Contract Documents may be viewed and/or purchased Contact information for hard copy distribution online from Camelot Print and Copy Centers. Only those Contract Docu- Construction Journal ments obtained in this manner will enable a prospective bidder to be identi- Robin Martinos fied as an official plan holder of record. DASNY takes no responsibility for 400 SW 7th St. the completeness of Contract Documents obtained from other sources. Con- Stuart, FL 34994 A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 at 10:30 AM at 366 Parkside Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11226. Contact John Caloia at 718-647-7350. All prospective bidders are strongly encouraged to attend.

tract Documents obtained from other sources may not be accurate or may not contain addenda that may have been issued. In addition, prospective bidders are advised that the Contract Documents for this Project contain new “GENERAL CONDITIONS for CONSTRUCTION” dated May 1, 2018 that contain significant revisions from those documents previously contained in DASNY’s Contract Documents. Prospective bidders are further advised to review applicable sections of these General Conditions for any potential impact on their bid price prior to submittal of the bid. The plan holders list

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30 Technology Parkway S. Suite 500 Norcross, GA 30092 Email: projects@cmdgroup.com Contact: Vera Bifulco Ph: (800) 364-2059 Dodge Data & Analytics 3315 Central Avenue Hot Springs, AR 71901 Contact: William Fleming william.fleming@construction.com Ph: (518) 269-7735 No Fax number Paul G. Koopman, Vice President November 26, 2019

DORMITORY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK (“DASNY”) NOTICE TO BIDDERS City University of New York John Jay College Haaren Hall Athletic Department Upgrade and Asbestos Abatement CR32 General Construction Project Number 2918809999

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State of New York. For more information pursuant to this law, refer to DASNY’s website; http://www.dasny.org or the OGS website; http:// www.ogs.state.ny.us. A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on Friday, January 3, 2020 at 10:00 AM at John Jay College, North Hall Building, 445 West 59 th Street, New York, New York 10019. Contact Ammar Abdul Hussein 646-235-7961. All prospective bidders are strongly encouraged to attend. Prospective bidders are advised that the Contract Documents for this Project contain new “GENERAL CONDITIONS for CONSTRUCTION” dated May 1, 2018 that contain significant revisions from those documents previously contained in DASNY’s Contract Documents. Prospective bidders are further advised to review applicable sections of these General Conditions for any potential impact on their bid price prior to submittal of the bid. A complete set of Contract Documents may be viewed and/or purchased online from Camelot Print and Copy Centers. Only those Contract Documents obtained in this manner will enable a prospective bidder to be identified as an official plan holder of record. DASNY takes no responsibility for the completeness of Contract Documents obtained from other sources. Contract Documents obtained from other sources may not be accurate or may not contain addenda that may have been issued. In addition, prospective bidders are advised that the Contract Documents for this Project contain new “GENERAL CONDITIONS for CONSTRUCTION” dated May 1, 2018 that contain significant revisions from those documents previously contained in DASNY’s Contract Documents. Prospective bidders are further advised to review applicable sections of these General Conditions for any potential impact on their bid price prior to submittal of the bid. The plan holders list and a list of interested subcontractors and material suppliers may be viewed at DASNY’s website: http://www.dasny.org. For Bid Opportunities and other DASNY related news, follow us on Twitter @NYS_DASNY and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/DASNY-Dormitor-Authorityof-the-State-of-New-York/307274192739368.

Sealed bids for the above Work located at John Jay College, 899 10 Avenue, New York, New York 10019 will be received by DASNY at its office located at 515 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207. Each bid must be identified, on the outside of the envelope, with the name and address of the bidder and designated a bid for the Project titled above. When a sealed bid is placed inside another delivery jacket, the bid delivery jacket must be clearly marked on the outside “BID ENCLOSED” and “ATTENTION: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS – DOMINICK DONADIO.” DASNY will not be To view the Contract Documents online, click the following link: responsible for receipt of bids which do not comply with these instructions. www.camelotplanroom.com or type it into your web browser. Then click on the Public Jobs link on the left side of the page. If you would like to purThe Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (“DASNY”) has deterchase the Contract Documents and become a registered planholder click the mined that its interest in obtaining the best work at the lowest possible price, link “Register for an account” and follow the steps to create a free account preventing favoritism, fraud and corruption, and other considerations such (if you have not previously set one up). Once you have a Login and Passas the impact of delay, the possibility of cost savings advantages and any word, log in to the planroom. To order a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD of the local history of labor unrest are best met by use of a Project Labor AgreeContract Documents and be placed on the bidder’s list, add the Contract ment (“PLA”) on this Project. The successful low bidder, as a condition of Document(s) to your cart and proceed to the checkout. All major credit cards being awarded this Contract, will be required to execute the PLA described are accepted online. A purchase of a digital download is required to become in the Information for Bidders and included in the Contract Documents. See a registered planholder. Printed sets of the Contract Documents are also Section 18.0 of the Information for Bidders of the Contract Documents for available to planholders for an additional cost and may be ordered through additional information. All subcontractors of every tier will be required to the online planroom or by mailing a check. The purchase of the digital downagree to be bound by the PLA. loads and printed sets are non-refundable and non-returnable. Please conIndividuals and entities submitting bids in person or by private delivery ser- tact Camelot’s Bid Department at (518) 435-9696 or email them at vices should allow sufficient time for processing through building security camelotbids@teamcamelot.com for more information. to assure that bids are received prior to the deadline for submitting bids. All If you prefer to order a CD of the Contract Documents in place of the digital individuals who plan to attend bid openings will be required to present govdownload, please send your non-refundable check/money order in the amount ernment-issued picture identification to building security officials and obof $15.00 payable to Camelot Print and Copy Centers to: tain a visitors pass prior to attending the bid opening. Camelot Print & Copy Centers Only those bids in the hands of DASNY, available to be read at 2:00 PM 630 Columbia St. Ext. local time on January 15, 2020 will be considered. Bids shall be publicly Latham, NY 12110 opened and read aloud. Bid results can be viewed at DASNY’s website; Attn: Bid Department http://www.dasny.org. If you are ordering by mail, please include ALL the following on a transmitIn accordance with State Finance Law § 139-j and § 139-k, this solicitation tal with your check or money order: includes and imposes certain restrictions on communications between DASNY personnel and a prospective bidder during the procurement pro- Company Name cess. Designated staff for this solicitation is: Ammar Abdul Hussein, Project Address (physical address only) Manager, 445 West 59th Street, North Hall Second Floor, New York, New Contact Person York 10019, 212-393-6373, aabdulh@dasny.org (the Owner’s Representa- Phone Number tive) and DASNY at ccontracts@dasny.org. Contacts made to other Email (for communication including addendum notifications) DASNY personnel regarding this procurement may disqualify the prospec- Company Fax number tive bidder and affect future procurements with governmental entities in the FedEx or UPS shipping account number


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If you do not have a shipping account, please send an additional non-refundable check for $20 payable to Camelot Print and Copy Centers. Please include your Federal ID number, telephone and fax numbers on your Bank Check or Postal Money Order. NOTE: Bid due date is subject to change if Contract Documents are not available when requested, therefore, please call to confirm the availability of Contract Documents. If the Contract Documents will not be picked up by the purchaser, the purchaser will need to provide an account number for shipping of the documents or send an additional non-refundable check for $20 payable to Camelot Print and Copy Centers. For the convenience of prospective bidders, subcontractors and material suppliers, the Contract Documents will be displayed at the following locations: Contact information for hard copy distribution Construction Journal Robin Martinos 400 SW 7th St. Stuart, FL 34994 Contact information after documents have been issued Melissa Lapierre Phone: 802-658-3797 ext 525 Fax: 802-862-4926 M.LaPierre@constructionjournal.com.com ConstructConnect Attn: Production 30 Technology Parkway S. Suite 500 Norcross, GA 30092 Email: projects@cmdgroup.com Contact: Vera Bifulco Ph: (800) 364-2059 Dodge Data & Analytics 3315 Central Avenue Hot Springs, AR 71901 Contact: William Fleming william.fleming@construction.com Ph: (518) 269-7735 No Fax number Paul G. Koopman, Vice President November 25, 2019

CONTRACT: LIRR: 6240 DESCRIPTION: Project Details:The Design-Build Project, which extends approximately 9.8 miles from the village of Floral Park to the Hamlet of Hicksville, entails the installation of a third track within the existing ROW, elimination of seven street-level grade crossings, replacement of 8 bridges, station improvements and modifications and related improvements to railroad infrastructure, including signal, power, and communication systems. Services Required: Architectural, Structural, and Mechanical Trades OWNER: MTACC REQMT.: MBE 15%, WBE 15%, SDVOB 6% For a list of specific scopes of work, please contact the M/WBE SDVOB Liaison: Taasha Blomfield, Email:Taasha.Bloomfield@3rdtc.com or Tel:516-719-6500.

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N.Y.C. Licensed Plumber: Salvatore Alonge #2274 N.Y.C. Licensed Fire Suppression Piping Contractor, Class B: Thomas D’Alessandro #541B and Barry Cohen #132B

Bid Schedule for M/W/DBE Contactors: Contacts:

Janald Walden - M/W/L/DBE & EEO Officer (P) 914-776-8144 (E) jwalden@wdfinc.net Wanda Reyes - M/W/L/DBE & EEO Coordinator (P) 914-776-8173 (E) wreyes@wdfinc.net “WDF Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and provides opportunities to small, woman-owned, minority-owned, locally based, Veteran-owned, disabled-owned, and disadvantaged businesses.”

WDF Bidding Projects: Awarded/Pending Award Projects (all quotes are due ASAP): Resiliency Program JOC General Construction RLCY-S-J12G Location – Various, Trades included but not limited to: plumbing- site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical and insulation Resiliency Program JOC General Construction RLCY-S-J13G Location – Various, Trades included but not limited to: plumbing- site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical and insulation Resiliency Program JOC General Construction RLCY-S-J06G Location – Various, Trades included but not limited to: plumbing- site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical and insulation NYCHA Pelham Parkway Houses Boiler Replacement Location – Bronx, Trades included but no limited to site work, masonry, finishes, concrete, misc. metals, thermal and moisture protection, electrical, utilities, earthwork East NY Family Academy HS – SBS/SCA M/W/LBEs Location: Grand Central Station, Trades included but not limited to: wiring, controls, insulation, plumbing and HVAC materials CM-007 GCT Station Caverns & Track for ESA - DBE Location: Grand Central Station, Trades included but not limited to: duct cleaning Renovation of the Field Building at Baruch College- Phase 1A – M/WBE and SDVOB Location: 17 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10010, Trades included but not limited to: Gypsum/Drywall, Ceilings, Signage and Terrazzo. NYCDEP JOB ORDER CONTRACTS FOR JOC 16NP; Various Mechanical/Plumbing Projects throughout the North Region of DEP Facilities – M/W/LBEs Trades included: plumbing- site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical and insulation. JOC-17-EG: General Construction Work at various Bureau of Wastewater Treatment facilities within East Region M/W/LBEs (26th ward, Coney Island, Jamaica, Owls Head and Rockaway), Trades included: plumbing- site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical, insulation and fireproofing. JOC-17-EP: Contract is for Plumbing Work at various BWT facilities within East Region (26th Ward, Coney Island, Jamaica, Owls Head and Rockaway) M/W/LBEs Trades included: plumbing- site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical and insulation. GR1610155: NYCHA Various Developments Bronx/Queens Contract Amount: Section 3 Business concerns and M/WBEs Trades included: site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical, insulation and fireproofing. GR1610158: NYCHA Various Developments Manhattan Contract Amount: Section 3 Business concerns and M/WBEs Trades included: site work, asphalt paving, water main, sewer work, electrical, insulation. HS Medical Professions K Boiler Conversion – SBS/SCA M/WBEs, Trades included but not limited to: Painting PS 127 – SBS/SCA M/W/LBEs, Trades included but not limited to: wiring, controls, insulation, plumbing and HVAC materials August Martin HS – SBS/SCA M/W/LBEs, Trades included but not limited to: wiring, controls, insulation, plumbing and HVAC materials, painting METRO NORTH COMMUTER RAILROAD CONTRACT NO. 1000078750 CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR 7B TRAINING – M/WBEs Trades included but not limited to: Structural Steel, Misc Steels, Plastic Fabrications, Insulation, Fireproofing, Intumescent Paint, Louvers and Vents, Tiling, Terrazzo Flooring, Specialties, Appliances, Casework and Counters RESTORATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE SANDY RECOVERY PROGRAM AT BARUCH HOUSES AND LAVANBURG HOMES - Section 3 Business concerns and M/WBEs Trades included but not limited to: Sire work, Concrete, Masonry, Metals, Wood and Plastics, Thermal and Moisture Protection, Doors and Windows, Finishes, Specialties, Furnishings, Electrical, Landscaping and Pest Control. JOC REGION CR403 BRONX/K/NASSAU/M/SI - M/W/LBEs Trades included but not limited to: insulation, controls, electric, chemical treatment, balancing. Newark Airport Terminal 1- PANYNJ M/WBEs Trades included but not limited to: 1. Material Supplies – Pipe, Valves, Fittings, Fin-tube, Air outlets 2. Equipment – Air Curtains, A/C Units Split, A/C Units, AHU’s / RTUs, Dampers, Fans, Fuel Oil Pump/Specialties, Fuel Oil-Initial Fill, Heat Exchanger, Heat Tracing, Heaters, Pumps , Starters/VFD’s, Thermometers & Gauges, Sound traps 3. Subcontracting – HVAC piping, Rigging, Sheet metal (and/or supplier), Electrician to Install Automatic Temperature Controls, Insulation, Water treatment , Air and water Balancing, Duct Cleaning

Section 3 Opportunities

WDF Inc. seeks NYCHA and Section 3 residents to work on the following projects: · GR1610155: NYCHA Various Developments Bronx/Queens Contract Amount · GR1610158: NYCHA Various Developments Manhattan Contract Amount · Baruch & Lavanburg Houses · Pelham Parkway Houses · Jacob Riis Houses · Sotomayor Houses General need: Carpentry, Doors, Painting, Acoustical Ceiling, Sprinkler, Fire Protection, Structural Steel, Misc. Metals, Electrical, Pumps, Storefront Glass, Roofing

30 North MacQuesten Parkway · Mount Vernon, NY 10550

150 Broadway, Suite 1400 · New York, NY 10038

T: 914-776-8000 · F: 914-668-5602 T: 212-696-1124 · F: 212-722-3528 www.wdfinc.net • Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V


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Minority Commerce Weekly Vol. 33 Issue 1649  

Contracting opportunities for certified minority-owned (MBE), women-owned (WBE), service-disabled veteran-owned (SDVOB), and disadvantaged b...

Minority Commerce Weekly Vol. 33 Issue 1649  

Contracting opportunities for certified minority-owned (MBE), women-owned (WBE), service-disabled veteran-owned (SDVOB), and disadvantaged b...