Future Opportunities — DEN Projected Competitive Contracts
Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System (BidNet)
As of April 29, 2020, Denver International Airport (DEN) has begun posting all new solicitation documents on the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System site (BidNet). Solicitations published prior to this date remain on our website (see links above). BidNet provides a way for local government agencies across Colorado and Wyoming to more effectively notify vendors of solicitation opportunities.
Vendors must register with BidNet to access and download DEN’s solicitation documents. There is no fee to register or use BidNet. Vendors may elect to pay a fee to receive automatic e-mail notifications for solicitation opportunities applicable to each vendor’s identified product/service offerings. Vendors who do not choose to register for notifications are responsible for monitoring the status of the posted bids and related documentation on their own.
It is the responsibility of each potential vendor to monitor the BidNet website regularly for opportunities and to review changes or addenda to bids, quotes or proposals.
BidNet Vendor Support Phone Number: (800) 835-4603.
DEN will not be held responsible for misinformation received from private plan holders. Please use the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing (BidNet) site to obtain solicitation information for the airport.
DEN is committed to a strong partnership with our business community and to ensuring local businesses have viable opportunities in building DEN's future. The City and County of Denver and DEN procurement procedures are designed to be fair, transparent, and allow competition to thrive.
Below is a preview of upcoming business opportunities by type of procurement at DEN in advance of their formal advertisement. The required Future Opportunity posting duration may range from a 30 day or 90 day posting. The City and County of Denver Small Business Office will assign appropriate M/WBE/DBE/SBE and/or ACDBE goals and other requirements to each contract when advertised per the Construction and Purchasing ordinances adopted in 2014. Any applicable goals will be in the project description.
Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a contractor to provide Design, Build, Operation, and Maintenance services for the modernization of the Aircraft Deicing System (ADS).
The ADS provides for the receipt, storage and distribution of aircraft deicing fluid (ADF), and for the collection, storage and recycling of spent ADF (i.e., stormwater contaminated with ADF). The ADS is mission critical for DEN and the airlines to maintain safe winter operations and for DEN to meet its environmental regulatory compliance obligations. Portions of the ADS, specifically the glycol recycling facility, are original to airport construction and are well beyond their life expectancy (10 - 15 years) as observed in loss of processing throughput, major equipment failures and subsequent increases in downtime, and the results from recent facility condition assessments. The purpose of this project is to replace the existing glycol distillation equipment that is part of the recycling system so that DEN can continue to treat spent ADF and maintain the continuity of our winter operations. Included within this scope is associated repair projects that are required to maintain the operation of the system into the future, including removal and replacement of the existing building roof, removing old distillation and pre-concentrator systems, installation of a new backup generator for ADF distribution, repairs to Pond 003 pumps, and existing site infrastructure repairs such as underground damaged piping and damaged pavement. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 10% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
$13,000,000 to $15,000,000
BHS Individual Carrier System Operation and Maintenance Services
DEN is looking for a contractor to provide operation and maintenance services on a fully automated Individual Carrier System (ICS) Baggage Handling System (BHS), located in the main terminal at Denver International Airport (DEN). This service will be required after the Consolidated-CBRA Project is completed, currently planned for June 2021. The contractor will supply a site management team, and a 24x7 technical staff to complete the scope of work requirements. Work performed shall include electrical, mechanical, controls, information technology (IT) related systems maintenance, and spare parts management utilizing a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). The contractor shall maintain the ICS on a predictive and preventive maintenance basis in a safe and efficient manner such that equipment is inspected regularly and changed or repaired prior to actual failure so that equipment operates continuously without unexpected failure. The contractor shall provide all labor and procure spare parts, materials and consumables to promptly repair, rebuild, and/or replace all damaged, worn or defective parts, components or materials should equipment fail despite the preventive maintenance efforts. Spare parts purchases made by the contractor will be reimbursed at cost. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established no goals for this opportunity.
$30,000,000 to $32,000,000
DEN Janitorial Services for Outlying Areas
Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a vendor to provide janitorial services for the landside outlying facilities to include but not limited to the following: Ground Transportation Holding Lot Building, Satellite Badging Office, WorldPort DEN offices, Transportation Security Administration/Denver Police Department dog kennel building, Carpenter Shop, South Data Center, Airside Employee Parking Turnstile Buildings, Maintenance Center, South Campus Trailers, Operations Trailer, Electrical Shop Trailer and the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Training Trailer. Additional work may be added as needed to the scope of responsibility by mutual agreement between the awarded vendor and DEN. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has assigned a 30% MWBE Goal for this project.
$4,000,000.00 - $4,300,000.00
DEN On-Call Geospatial Support Services
Denver International Airport (DEN) Planning and Design (P+D) is seeking an experienced team(s) that have demonstrated capabilities
in airport geospatial support services including surveying/scanning, civil engineering and cost estimating.
DEN is a multi-platform organization, supporting geographic information system mapping (GIS), AutoCAD and building information
modeling (BIM) users. The selected consultant(s) will supplement staff efforts to enhance those software capabilities through data
creation and analysis. The consultant(s) will have demonstrated airport geospatial experience with cross platform data
interoperability so that these different resources can all be used to better deploy available data to users. The existing ArcSDE (spatial
database engine) database is the primary storage point for data which is used on the various platforms for design related tasks.
Although exact duties will be determined through a Task Authorization and may vary from the broad list below, the consultant will
demonstrate a team capable of providing professional expertise in the subject areas including airport geospatial surveying, data
management, analyses, modeling, surveying, civil engineering, cost estimation, and FAA AC 150/5300 18C survey and data
compliance. The contract budget is based on historical work estimates and anticipated work to be performed. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 15% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
$1,000,000 to $1,400,000
DEN On-Call Utility Locate Services
Denver International Airport (DEN) will contract with a company to provide underground utility locating services for DEN as defined by the Utility Notification Center of Colorado (UNCC) pursuant to Colorado State Statute 9-1.5-101 et seq. DEN is an owner and operator of underground facilities and, as required pursuant to Colorado State Statutes, must perform underground utility locating services on the underground facilities. DEN is a Tier 1 member of the Notification Association. The Budget and Fee structure is derived on a regular schedule of services required for response to UNCC tickets on a monthly basis. Monthly costs are all inclusive of the necessary work, equipment, labor, administration, etc. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 11% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
$400,000 to $480,000
DEN Window Cleaning Services 2020
Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a contractor to provide window cleaning services for the airport to include the Main Terminal, A Concourse, B Concourse C Concourse, Transit Center, Outdoor Plazas and various landside/airside outlaying facilities. Window cleaning is defined as the complete removal of smudges, tape, oils and other types of soil from all glass surfaces. Services may also include other "non-glass" surfaces that can be cleaned in conjunction with windows due to the convenience and access by the window cleaning crews. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has assigned a 20% MWBE Goal for this project.
$5,000,000 to $6,000,000
On-Call Airside and Landside Engineering Services
The proposed project is for various on-call engineering tasks. The scope of work for each task will be defined on an individual basis and may include studies, designs, contract documents, bidding services, construction administration, testing and reporting, scheduling and cost estimating, surveying, or other airside and landside engineering services. Projects may include the rehabilitation of airfield concrete pavements and asphalt pavements, airfield electrical and lighting systems rehabilitation, improvement of the drainage within a project area, demolition, earthwork, utility construction, relocation, and rehabilitation, and the development of construction safety and phasing plans, all in accordance with FAA standards. Landside projects may include civil design, roadway, highway, and freeway design, hydraulic and stormwater design, traffic studies, electrical design, work zone traffic control design, preparation of cost estimates, preparation of specifications, field survey, project scoping, and pavement evaluation. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 25% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
This is a multiple award on-call construction agreement that will provide Inside/Outside Plant Telecommunications Infrastructure
Engineering, Construction, and Installation services. The agreement will allow the contractors to collaborate with Denver
International Airport (DEN) staff and perform such tasks as may be required to construct and/or build a communication
infrastructure. This will consist of locating and/or relocating existing cable infrastructure and installation of new services to support
new construction of buildings, standalone communications ‘huts’, internal distribution frame (IDF) rooms, and other structural
components that require telecommunications services.
In addition, DEN may leverage this contract for the Jeppesen Terminal and Concourse Expansion project work, with funding provide
by these efforts. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 35% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000
Physical Access Control System Phase 2
The scope of this project involves the preconstruction services to enable the replacement of the existing physical access control system (PACS) for all of Denver International Airport (DEN). This replacement includes physical elements of the system, such as card readers and associated infrastructure, plus associated software. The initial design of this project has already been completed by a separate design firm which developed a set of 60% design documents. In this Request for Proposal (RFP) solicitation, DEN is seeking a firm that will provide preconstruction professional services to assist the initial designer, as the initial designer evolves the 60% design documents into a full 100% design package. The preconstruction professional services in this procurement will include assisting the existing design team (who operate under a separate contract) who will complete construction design documents to 100%, soliciting a variable hardware/software provider, providing estimates and schedule services, value engineering, and advising on construction feasibility and alternate solutions of the final 100% design. The firm selected through this procurement process shall also develop a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) proposal to implement the 100% design package as a final deliverable. The GMP proposal will then be evaluated and negotiated as a separate contract and if accepted by DEN and awarded, the firm selected through this procurement may also act as a Construction Manager (CM) at risk to implement the final design. The proposer is required to submit a Project Specific Permission Application to prequalify at $50M, which applies to the estimated cost of the selected firm to complete the construction of this project. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 15% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
$875,000 to $900,000
9:10 PM Denver time Thursday, August 6, 2020
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