Future Opportunities — DEN Projected Competitive Contracts
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 looking for a contractor to provide regularly scheduled and emergency repair services on the chillers, boilers, and main system pumps in the Central Utility Plant and Pre-Conditioned Air Plants at DEN. The selected contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and all other items and services necessary to perform regular scheduled maintenance, equipment repair, and emergency response services. These services will be performed on the chillers, boilers, and any associated equipment at DEN for the Central Utility Plant (CUP) located on A Concourse (Pre-Conditioned air), and C Concourse (Pre-Conditioned air). The contractor is required to perform all services including maintenance, repair, and overhaul as necessary. Any required maintenance, overhaul, or repair will be done according to the manufacturer recommendations. DSBO has determined that there will not be a participation goal for this opportunity.
$1,000,000.00 to $1,200,000.00
July 30, 2018
Energy Audits and Performance Contracting
Denver International Airport (DEN) seeks to engage an Energy Service Company (ESCO) through a competitive Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process. The selected ESCO will perform all necessary steps, including an investment-grade audit, to develop and propose energy and water reduction projects with guaranteed and measurable savings, to be described in an Energy Performance Contract (EPC) project proposal. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established at 0% MWBE Goal for this opportunity.
$65,000.00 to $100,000.00
May 8, 2018
On Call Airfield Construction
This procurement is for the performance of construction related tasks, primarily on the airfield (not including structures). These tasks will include, but are not limited to: demolition; earthwork and turf; concrete paving, asphalt paving; special structures (i.e. manholes and retaining walls); fencing; drainage, erosion controls and utilities; lighting and signage; pavement marking; spall and joint repair; joint and crack sawing, routing and sealing; traffic control and haul route monitoring; and mobilization. There is a 12% M/WBE Goal established for this project.
$11,000,000.00 to $13,000,000.00
June 11, 2018
On-Call Landside Roadway and Parking Lots
This contract will cover the construction and maintenance of roadways and parking lots at Denver International Airport (DEN). The work includes, but is not limited to joint sealing, parking lot and roadway maintenance repairs and improvements on inbound and outbound Peña Boulevard, DEN Service Roads and collector roads. DEN utilizes these on-call contracts to issue task orders for emergency work or smaller projects that have limited scope, fee, and schedule. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established at 15% MWBE Goal for this opportunity.
$7,000,000.00 to $9,000,000.00
July 2, 2018
Sand & Grease Trap General Services
The Department of Aviation for the City and County of Denver is requesting to obtain services for the maintenance and jetting of grease and sand trap pre-treatment devices and associated drain lines that service common use waste lines at Denver International Airport (DEN). Service shall include removal and disposal of any resulting waste materials to appropriately permitted and designated off-property facilities. This project will include maintenance activities for grease and sand pretreatment devices, and associated line maintenance. The critical areas where such contracted services are to occur shall include but not be limited to the Main Terminal Building and associated parking structures, Concourses A, B and C, the Hotel and Transit Center (HTC), and the DEN Maintenance Facility. Additional critical areas, impacted include: trunk drain lines, sand traps, grease traps and associated drain lines. All locations flowing to active grease traps and/or active sand traps (collectively called pretreatment devices) will be detailed in the Scope of Work. The Division of Small Business Opportunity has determined that there will not be a participation goal for this project.
$1,000,000.00 to $1,300,000.00
June 25, 2018
11:45 AM Denver time Saturday, August 18, 2018
8500 Peña Blvd. | Denver, Colorado | 80249-6340 | (303) 342-2000
City & County of Denver, Department of Aviation