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Bid & Contract Opportunities

Capital Project Prequalification

All contractors interested in bidding on projects must submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) for each prequalified discipline.

Each year, Denver Water works with various contractors and vendors on construction jobs, engineering plans, and information technology jobs, among other projects, by soliciting bids for proposals.

This helps ensure Denver Water receives services and supplies in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.

To provide greater transparency and awareness of opportunities at Denver Water, we are currently in the process of posting all proposals and bids greater than $50,000 to our website, which are broken into three categories: (1) Engineering, (2) Purchasing, and (3) Other. Proposals, bids and other opportunities (eg., RFPs, RFQs, IFBs, etc.) change frequently. Please check back often. (If nothing is displayed below, there are no active opportunities.)

 

Purchasing-Current

Contract or Solicitation Number:
ITBOM-1
Solicitation Description:

Denver Water is specifically seeking qualified Applicants to provide IT batch operation monitoring and notifications. Denver Water intends to keep the maintenance, software solution design, scheduling, job creation, and troubleshooting of IT batch operations in-house. In order to perform the work, organizations must have strong experience specific to Tidal Enterprise Scheduler. Due to the specificity of these services, Denver Water is seeking to gauge the availability of organizations capable of performing these services.

For more information and solicitation documents please go to Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System.

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Purchasing-Current

Contract or Solicitation Number:
504195
Solicitation Description:

Denver Water is soliciting proposals for scheduled Professional Window Cleaning Services (“Work”) for buildings located on Denver Waters operations complex, which is the main administration campus. 

Denver Water utilizes contract services for its window cleaning needs to maintain a clean professional image of its operations complex. Denver Water has not had a contract for window cleaning services since the previous contract ended in March 2014, partly due to the start of the Operations Complex Redevelopment (“OCR”) project. Denver Water undertook this project to rebuild its operations complex to prepare the organization for the next one-hundred years of providing clean, reliable water to more than 1.4 million customers throughout the Denver metropolitan area. By redeveloping the entire complex, Denver Water can take advantage of matching functions with building adjacencies and achieve better operational efficiencies. The final OCR phase will be completed in Fall 2019/Spring 2020. Due to new construction, the Contractor should expect that the initial cleaning may include a more comprehensive deep cleaning followed by regular Work. Denver Water is striving to achieve Platinum LEED certification for its new operations complex. All buildings are located on Denver Water’s campus except for the Quivas building which is located 0.7 miles south of Denver Water’s Administration Building. 

For more information and solicitation documents please go to Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System.

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Overviews

Engineering Contract Opportunities Overview

Engineering Contract Opportunities Overview

Denver Water’s Engineering division solicits bids for various projects each year, including work on pipelines, pump stations, reservoirs, bridges and buildings. Unless otherwise noted, construction project bid advertisements and contract documents including all specifications, plans, bid documents, advanced prequalified lists and prequalification forms are accessible through QuestCDN.

Engineering has identified several upcoming contracting opportunities in support of our 2019 capital plan, many of which have defined goals for MWBE participation.

Current Purchasing Contract Opportunities Overview

A department within Denver Water may require specific services or supplies. Our Purchasing section, acting as a agent, conducts the formal solicitation process. In most cases, our Purchasing section uses the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System (RMEPS) to solicit bidder’s proposals. Interested parties who want to do business with Denver Water Purchasing should sign up through RMEPS. There is no cost to join. However, if interested parties wish to be notified automatically of Denver Water Purchasing bid opportunities, a nominal fee is required by RMEPS. Unless otherwise noted, all pertinent documents can be accessed through RMEPS.

Potential Future Purchasing Contract Opportunities Overview

Appearance on the 2019 potential contract opportunity list does not guarantee a contract opportunity will be forthcoming. The “anticipated solicitation release date” is tentative, and my occur before or after the date anticipated.  

2019 potential contract opportunities

Other Contract Opportunities Overview

Denver Water divisions other than Engineering or Purchasing may solicit contracts for bids and proposals.