Bids & Business Opportunities
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
C4727 - Morton Street Upland Park Restoration
L4950 - Pier 45 & 84 Water Taxi Service
L4950 - Pier 45 & 84 Water Taxi Service - Q&A
G4952 - Submerge Festival Equipment Rental and Event Services
G4952 - Submerge Festival Equipment Rental and Event Services Q&A
The Hudson River Park Trust endorses a competitive public bidding process and, as such, solicits bids from contractors for work throughout the park. Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are posted in the New York State Contract Reporter, the New York City Record and here, to the right.
Submissions will be evaluated to assess such criteria as the proposer’s project specific and general site experience, equipment ownership, control and availability, bonding capacity, and financial stability. Firms not selected will not be notified. Hudson River Park Trust is an equal opportunity contracting agency. Any resulting contracts will include provisions mandating compliance with Executive Law Article 15A.
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS (RFPs)
Required Forms and Procedures
- PROCUREMENT LOBBYING REQUIRED FORMS
- MWBE REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES
- NEW YORK STATE TAX CERTIFICATION FORM ST-220-TD (PART 1)
- NEW YORK STATE TAX CERTIFICATION FORM ST-220-CA (PART 2)
- IRAN DIVESTMENT
- DOING BUSINESS DATA FORM
- QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT THE DOING BUSINESS DATA FORM
Pursuant to Article 15-A and regulations adopted thereunder, the Hudson River Park Trust has established goals for the participation of certified minority and women-owned business enterprises in the performance of services under contract with Hudson River Park Trust.
These goals have been prescribed as percentages of the overall proposal/contract dollar amount. Hudson River Park Trust’s goals are 30% in the awarding of contract dollars to MWBEs. MWBE-certificated firms are found in the Directory of Certified MWBEs maintained the by Empire State Development Corporation. Visit NY LOVES MWBE for more information.
For more information about doing business with the Hudson River Park Trust as an MWBE, visit MWBE.