Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
The City of New York is committed to achieving excellence in the design and construction of its capital program. Consistent with this commitment, DDC will use pre-qualification lists (“PQL”) when soliciting bids for selected projects. Prequalification allows an agency to evaluate the qualifications of vendors for the provision of particular categories of goods, services, construction, or construction-related services, based on the prospective vendor’s work experience, size, the estimated cost of a project, and other factors as determined by the Agency Chief Contracting Officer (ACCO), before issuing a solicitation for a specific contract. Pursuant to the New York City Procurement Policy Board Rule 3-10 and N.Y. General Municipal Law Section 103(15), prospective vendors must first pre-qualify for open PQLs. Only those contractors successfully pre-qualified as a result of the RFQ process will be invited to bid on these projects. Below, you will find a link to obtain information about the pre-qualification process. Please note that you will be required to register before you can download the pre-qualification application for any open PQL.There are two types of PQLs listed for which RFQs may be downloaded: those that are open continuously and for which applications may be submitted at any time, and those that relate to specific construction projects and therefore have a due date by which RFQ applications must be submitted.To obtain RFQs for open PQLs, including RFQs for the HRO Build it Back Program, please click here...
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