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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.

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Aircraft Deicing System (ADS) Modernization 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. July 2020 $13,000,000 to $15,000,000 March 2, 2020