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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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Concourse A and C Pre-Conditioned Air Re-Life Denver International Airport (DEN) is requesting bids for the pre-conditioned (PC) air systems on Concourses A and C. The current PC air systems on Concourses A and C are undersized and will need to be upgraded with the DEN Concourse Expansion projects coming online. In addition, structural issues related to slab heave in each PC air room requires significant work to correct and will be addressed alongside the installation of the new PC air equipment. This project will include a new structural floor and equipment pads, new chillers, new heat exchangers, new pumps, new hydronic piping, new expansion tanks, new variable frequency drives, updated controls to coordinate with emergency management systems, updated electrical to correspond to the newly installed equipment, and will maintain right of way currently occupied by the existing automated baggage system for potential future improvements. The Division of Small Business Opportunity has established a 21% M/WBE goal for this project. October 2019 $13,000,000.00 to $17,000,000.00 August 27, 2019
Level Four Hotel and Transit Center (HTC) Buildout This project is for tenant finish of Level 4 of the Hotel and Transit Center (HTC). General tasks will include work area and pedestrian protection, installation of dry wall/framing, soffits, and ceilings that would include wall, floor, and ceiling finishes. Structural tasks include the installation of general structural steel and back-up framing for the new escalators and elevators in addition to installing the escalators and elevators. Concrete slabs and escalator pits will also be reinforced with Fiber Reinforced Plastic (FRP). The scope for the electrical work will be to provide temporary and final electrical power to all areas, install fire alarm system, lighting, audio and video, and an electrical submeter. Project scope also includes the installation of necessary plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system(s) and fire protection/suppression systems. The contract will also cover the procurement of the escalators, elevators, prep kitchen equipment and furniture. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established at 25% MWBE Goal for this opportunity. October 2019 $9,000,000.00 to $14,000,000.00 February 4, 2019
On-Call General Construction Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking an on-call general contractor to perform construction tasks at the airport. Construction activities under these contracts include facility and infrastructure projects throughout the main terminal, concourses, airfield, and surrounding area. The scope of these projects varies widely, and a general contractor is needed to coordinate construction activities among various subcontractors. The types of projects could include, but are not limited to, gate expansions, office remodels, concourse renovations, interior finishes, structural repairs, apron concrete repair and paving, and gate relocations. Projects will be incorporated into the contract through task orders. In addition to the types of projects described above, the contractor may be tasked to participate in the design phase of a project. DEN’s preferred project delivery method is design-build, and as such may require integration with the design consultant. The contractor’s involvement will help guide design decisions that will result in projects that can be executed in the most efficient manner possible. The contractor may also be asked to develop preliminary cost and schedule documents during this period. The Division of Small Business Opportunity office has assigned a 25% MWBE goal for this opportunity. October 2019 $18,000,000.00 to $25,000,000.00 September 18, 2019
Runway 17R-35L Complex Pavement Rehabilitation, Package 2 Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a contractor to remove and replace deteriorated Portland Cement Concrete Pavement (PCCP) slabs on Taxiway M and L, abeam Runway (RW) 17R-35L. This work includes the entire removal and replacement of Taxiway (TW) M6 between TW M and the hold bar of RW 17R-35L. The PCCP joint sealant will be removed and replaced on the entire taxiway complex, up to the hold bars. The airfield lighting system will be upgraded with new light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures, new transformers, new cables, and new guidance signs. Finally, this project will refresh the surface painted pavement markings and address surface drainage and grading issues, as required. The Division of Small Business Opportunity office has assigned a 13% DBE goal for this opportunity. November 2019 $20,000,000.00 to $25,000,000.00 October 8, 2019