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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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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
HBCR02AComp Rehab (Brooklyn & Bronx)Prof. Serv6/01/2014Open Competitive
HBCR03BComponent Rehabilitation of Bridges 03BProf. Serv11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBX1131ABruckner Expressway over/Westchester CreekProf. Serv6/03/2014Open Competitive
HBM8750TD/CSS for Rehabilitation of FDC N/B E. 42nd-E. 49th StreetTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBK8507TD/CSS for 2781 W/B BQE over York AvenueTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBK4470TD/CSS for Seely Street over Prospect AvenueTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBCRSOUTHTD/CSS for Component Rehabilitation of South Street Ramp/FDRTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBCR278TD/CSS for Component Rehabilitation of 27/BQETD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBCRHHP30TD/CSS for Component Rehabilitation of Henry Hudson Pkwy over AmtrakTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBCR16TD/CSS for Component Rehabilitation 8 BridgesTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBM1173ZTD/CSS for Henry Hudson Pkwy 96th StreetTD/CSS11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBM1173AREI for Henry Hudson Pkwy 96th StreetProf. Serv11/03/2014Open Competitive
HBCR03AREI for Component Rehabilitation 03AProf. Serv5/01/2015Open Competitive
HBCR02BREI for Component Rehabilitation 02BProf. Serv2/03/2015Open Competitive
 Naval Architecture and Related Engineering ServicesProf. Serv10/01/2014Open Competitive
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