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Doing Business with DOT
Requests For Proposal

The New York City Department of Transportation purchases goods, services and construction in excess of $500 million each year. We procure via a combination of RFPs, BIDs and other competitive means.

We seek the highest level of competition for our procurements. DOT also issues competitive solicitations for concessions to ensure that the City receives the highest return – whether in monetary payment or services – for the use of its property.

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Current RFPs
Future RFPs
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Other business opportunities with DOT

Future RFPs
DOT anticipates issuing the following Requests For Proposals.

Below is the key for abbreviations:
REI: Resident Engineering Inspection
TD: Total Design
CSS: Construction Support Services

Future RFPs
Project IDProject DescType of ServiceEst Release DateSolicitation Method
HBQ8019TD/CSS for Rehabilitation of Woodhaven Blvd. in QueensTD/CSS8/18/2015Open Competitive
HBX1460TD/CSS for West Tremont Avenue Bridge over Metro North RailroadTD/CSS9/01/2015Open Competitive
HBX1148BTD/CSS for Shore Road Bridge over Hutchinson RiverTD/CSS9/30/2015Open Competitive
HBX156TD/CSS for East 156th Street Bridge over Access to Housing in BronxTD/CSS9/01/2015Open Competitive
HBX2370TD/CSS for Rehabilitation Grand Concourse in the BronxTD/CSS9/30/2015Open Competitive
BRX2110TD/CSS for Boston Road Bridge over Bronx River in the BronxTD/CSS7/27/2015Open Competitive
HBRA24925TD/CSS for Bethel Ave. Pedestrian Bridge in Staten IslandTD/CSS9/08/2015Open Competitive
HBCR03AREI for Component Rehabilitation 03AProf. Serv7/27/2015Open Competitive
HBCR02BREI for Component Rehabilitation 02BProf. Serv7/28/2015Open Competitive
HBKBQERehabilitation of Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) between Sands Street & Atlantic AveProf. Serv9/21/2015Open Competitive
HBRA24923TD/CSS for Traccy Ave. Pedestrian Bridge in Staten IslandTD/CSS9/08/2015Open Competitive
HBRA24939TD/CSS for Cedarview Ave. Pedestrian Bridge in Staten IslandTD/CSS9/08/2015Open Competitive
HBMA24529TD/CSS for W 155th St. Pedestrian Bridge over AMTRAKTD/CSS9/29/2015Open Competitive
HBQ49AVTD/CSS for 49th Ave. Bridge over LIRR in QueensTD/CSS10/20/2015Open Competitive
HBMA24662TD/CSS for West 128th St. Bridge in ManhattanTD/CSS11/10/2015Open Competitive
HBQ631TD/CSS for Astoria Blvd. East-Bound Bridge over BQE in QueensTD/CSS11/30/2015Open Competitive
HBKA23308TD/CSS for East 14th St. Pedestrian BridgeTD/CSS12/21/2015Open Competitive
HBQA70551TD/CSS for 167th Street Pedestrian BridgeTD/CSS1/13/2016Open Competitive
HBQ1112AREI Services for Metropolitan Avenue on Fresh Pond RoadProf. Serv7/06/2015Open Competitive
 Naval Architecture and Related Engineering Service Agreement (ESA)ESA7/29/2015Open Competitive
 Seeking to Retain an Engineering Firm to Perform Bridge Diving Inspector and Fathometer SurveyProf. Serv7/21/2015Open Competitive
 Ferry Shore Facilities Engineering Service AgreementESA7/21/2015Open Competitive
 Ferry Shore Facilities Engineering Service AgreementESA7/21/2015Open Competitive
 Citywide Transit Signal Priority (TSP) Implementation of the Select Bus Services (SBS) ProjectsESA9/01/2015Open Competitive
HB1070HRAREI Services in connection with Protective Coating of West 207th Street Bridge over Harlem RiverProf. Serv9/30/2015Open Competitive
HBCD009Inspection Services at Asphalt and Concrete Plants Citywide (Including the Immediate Vicinity)Prof. Serv9/30/2015Open Competitive
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