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.
This request is for an On-Call Parking Garage Repair Services contract at Denver International Airport (DEN). This task-based contract will include repairs, moisture protection, and restoration work for DEN parking garages and other DEN facilities as required. The scope of work includes but is not limited to concrete repairs, concrete structural repairs, moisture protection, removal and replacement of expansion joints, removal and replacement of sealants, preparation for and application of sealers and coatings, and cleaning, repairing and improving parking and roadway drain systems. The work locations may include any or all garage levels, all terminal roadways, approach and exit bridges, and any other DEN facility as required. Projects will be incorporated into the contract through authorized task orders. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has assigned a 21% MWBE Goal for this project.
$5,000,000 to $6,000,000
DEN Security Gates Maintenance and Repair Services
The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to establish a contract with a qualified contractor to provide all hardware, accessories and services necessary to perform maintenance, repairs, and emergency response services of Denver International Airport's (DEN) electric security perimeter vehicles gates. The successful proposer shall repair, remove, replace, and/or install new
gates and gate operators on DEN's fencing, gate operators, and security enclosures on an as needed basis. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has assigned a 6% MWBE Goal for this project.
$800,000 to $1,000,000
DEN Security Services - Curbside and Public Area Interfaces
This request is a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a qualified firm(s) to provide adequate security coverage at Denver International Airport (DEN). DEN is unbundling one existing contract, into three smaller contracts: Regulatory Security Services, Curbside and Public Area Interfaces, and Total Queue Management (TQM). This request is for the Curbside and Public Area Interfaces contract which includes terminal traffic control, protection of sensitive security access points, door alarm response in the main terminal, loading dock oversight, security incident resolution, patrols, credential verification, and person vetting. The selected firm will be responsible for the oversight of approximately 1664 weekly hours or 42 FTE employees. All Traffic Officer positions combined, support over 34,000 vehicle entries per day into passenger pick up and drop off locations at the Main Terminal at DEN. Hours can be broken down by FT (Full Time), PT (Part Time), and On-Call. The requirement is for the curbside to be staffed 24/7 on levels 4 and 6, passenger pick up and drop off. Hours will be adjusted based on operational needs or security threat directives. The selected vendor will also staff DEN's Airport Office Building (AOB) Vehicle Access Gate and Loading Dock Operation which facilitates over 50 deliveries per day. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 5% MWBE goal for this opportunity.
$35,000,000 to $36,000,000
DEN Security Services - Regulatory Services
This request is a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a qualified firm(s) to provide adequate security coverage at Denver International Airport (DEN). DEN is unbundling one existing contract, into three separate contracts: Regulatory Security Services, Curbside and Public Area Interfaces, and Total Queue Management (TQM). This request is for the Regulatory Security Services contract. Briefly, these services include: vehicle and perimeter gate entry, vendor delivery inspections, personal property searches, door alarm response, security incident resolution, employee screening, foot and vehicle patrols, credential verification, and person vetting.
Airfield vehicle gate access and perimeter patrols:
The selected firm will be responsible for the federal regulatory oversight of approximately 3,698 weekly hours or 92 FTE employees. Posts at DEN perimeter gates support over 65,000 entries and exits to/from the airfield per month. Vehicle Gates must be staffed 24/7 or adjusted based on operational needs at the direction of Airport Operations. Perimeter Gates are staffed based largely on contractor needs and occasional requests from tenants. Security Officers working the gates and perimeter must be able to perform person verification, vehicle inspections and personal property searches as required in the federally regulated airport security program.
Vendor delivery inspections and concourse patrols/response:
Responsible for the federal regulatory oversight of approximately 5208 weekly hours or 132 FTE employees. DEN currently has 15 vendor inspection points located on three different concourses and one dispatch position that responds to vendor inspection requests and dispatch concourse guards.
Terminal patrols/response and Employee screening:
The selected firm will be responsible for the oversight of approximately 3248 weekly hours or 81 FTE employees. DEN currently has 3 employee access screening points which would need to be staffed 24/7. Security Officers will perform personal property searches, looking for prohibited items, and be familiar with technology to enhance screening that is either provided by the contractor or the airport. The selected firm will be required to provide security in the public area of the Main Terminal.
The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has established a 5% MWBE goal for this opportunity
$152,000,000 to $153,000,000
Life Safety Smoke Control Systems Testing
This Request for Proposal (RFP) is for the solicitation of life safety smoke control systems testing services at Denver International Airport (DEN). The successful contractor will perform smoke operational and performance testing of DEN facilities in compliance with the Denver amendments to the International Fire Code (IFC) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 92 requirements. The contractor will also be required to develop a Testing Procedures Manual Report that shall follow these codes and shall be reviewed and approved by the Denver Fire Department. The manual shall include identification of each component of the smoke control systems and their location. All procedures shall be summarized in each report. All reports submitted shall become property of DEN and may be used in future life safety situations. Reports shall be submitted separately for each facility. The DEN Life Safety Section will be reviewed for completeness of all reports and may require correction and resubmission as necessary. In addition, the Contractor is to provide professional, technical, and administrative support personnel necessary to complete the Scope of Basic Services provided. This will include a professional engineer licensed in the State of Colorado who is knowledgeable in the design and testing of smoke control systems and who will conduct the overall testing and review process per the applicable fire codes. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has determined no goals for this opportunity.
$350,000 to $385,000
On-Call Wayfinding Design Services 2021
DEN is seeking a qualified firm(s) to analyze, develop and provide On-Call Wayfinding and Signage Design Services on an as-needed basis throughout the Denver International Airport (DEN) complex, including inside the Terminal, Concourses, curbside, parking garages, and roadways. The design firm(s) must be able to provide ADA compliance expertise and roadway standards expertise. Use of digital design and electrical design (for edge-lit or illuminated signs) could also be considered as components on an as-needed basis. Utilization of the Wayfinding Design Guideline Manual, the Roadway Master Plan and other established supporting documents will be used as a basis for all design decisions. The selected wayfinding design firm(s) may be asked to help DEN manage the construction administration of the project as the Designer of Record (DOR). The selected firm(s) must also be able to produce precise construction documents, design drawings, renderings and detailed specifications as required. Due to the differing complexities and variations of wayfinding and signage (i.e. Interior signage vs. digital signage vs. roadway signage) more than one contract may be awarded, depending on proposer's expertise. The Division of Small Business Opportunity Office has assigned a 7% MWBE Goal for this project.
$1,200,000 to $1,500,000
7:26 AM Denver time Friday, October 22, 2021
8500 Peña Blvd. | Denver, Colorado | 80249-6340 | (303) 342-2000
City & County of Denver, Department of Aviation