RFPs

The Chamber & CREDC invites members to post their RFP’s on our website.  RFP’s will remain active until specified expiration date. To post your RFP you must be a current Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC member. Any RFP submitted by non-members will not be considered. Approved RFP’s will appear below. Complete the form below to submit your RFP for approval.

Current RFP’s

 

Facade Improvement Construction


Due Date: January 1, 1970

Project Overview Community Action Commission, now doing business as Tri County Community Action (TCCA), is requesting proposals from qualified contractors to complete construction on three building façade improvements. TCCA was incorporated in Harrisburg, PA on April 12, 1966 as a private, nonprofit, anti-poverty planning agency serving Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry Counties.  TCCA works with families and communities to provide comprehensive services to creatively maximize the resources necessary to become self-sufficient.  TCCA utilizes a results oriented approach to promote self-sufficiency, family stability, and community revitalization to eradicate poverty at its root; through empowerment and helping people help themselves. As part of TCCA’s Neighborhood Revitalization program, the target area of Derry Street between 13th and 17th streets has been selected to begin commercial façade improvements in the South Allison Hill neighborhood. This section of Derry Street has been a historical commercial corridor since the late 1800s and still has most of its original brick buildings and storefronts. Over a century of history has seen facades adapted and changed due to window replacement, lack of maintenance and other issues. Businesses in the area are gaining customers and the restoration of this historic corridor could be a catalyst to broader economic development in the community. To protect the community’s historical character, the South Allison Hill Business Façade Grant Program through TCCA will provide an opportunity for commercial/retail property owners and business owners to repair and restore their facades to improve the overall quality of the buildings and the retail corridor. Proposed Project Schedule This project will complete construction of three property façade improvements in 2016.
  • October 6, 2016 – Proposal submission deadline
  • October 14, 2016 – Selection and notification of winning proposal
  • October 17, 2016 – Proposed construction start date
Scope of Work Repair and restore three storefronts while maintaining the historical character. Site work shall require siding, storefront windows and doors, masonry re-pointing, cornice repair, and painting. See attached documents for full details. Contractor will also provide all required permits. Construction drawings for each property available upon request. Minimum Requirements:
  • Possess all professional licenses and insurance.
  • Have experience and staff expertise in rehabilitation of historic structures.
  • Have experience working with Pennsylvania and federal competitive bidding laws and contracting requirements.
  • Have experience working with Federal Labor Standards, including Davis-Bacon prevailing wage requirements.
  • Adhere to all City insurance requirements and provide documentation if a contract is awarded.
RFP Instructions Submissions must include:
  1. General Requirements
  • Cover letter
  • Firm name, address, telephone number, website (if applicable)
  • Point of contact: name, telephone number, email
  1. Capacity to perform required services
  • Areas of expertise addressed by the team members presented in submittal
  1. Company Profile
  • Company overview. If the Proposer is a team of firms, include a Company Overview for all consulting firms participating as team members.
  • Resumes for proposed project manager and staff. If the proposer is a team of firms, include resumes for the proposed project manager and staff from each participating firm.
  1. Experience
  • Provide information documenting relevant experience from projects within the past 10 years. Please provide client and client’s point of contact information with each relevant project.
  1. Summarize the proposers suggested approach and methodology including:
  • Clearly defined scope of work and fee separately for each property
    • TCCA expects that any and all items of services required to complete the project are to be included in the bid, or specifically noted if they are not. It is the prospective vendor’s responsibility to ensure that any labor and necessary engineering time are included in the submitted bid to cover the stated project scope.
  • Proposed distribution of tasks among team members
  • Include a description of how you/your firm/your team would approach successful implementation of the project given the project timeline.
  1. Project Schedule
  • Provide project timeline including major tasks and/or milestones.
  1. Level of locally owned business participation, WBE or MBE.
  2. Contract
  • The bid should include a contract for all proposed services. If the vendor does not wish to submit an actual contract with the bid, due to alternatives proposed or multiple choices provided, a sample contract must be submitted.
Confidentiality. Information submitted by any vendor will be considered confidential to TCCA and will not be used for any other purpose than evaluating vendor response. Selection Process. Vendors shall be evaluated on a weighted scale that considers the following criteria:
  • Compliance with administrative requirements of the request for proposal (format, due date, etc.).
  • Adequacy of the proposed methodology
  • Skill and experience of key personnel
  • Demonstrated experience
  • Cost
  • Vendor’s financial stability
  • Vendor’s demonstrated commitment to the nonprofit sector
  • References supplied by vendor
  • Ability/commitment to meeting time deadlines
  • Minority- or women-owned business status of vendor
  • Other qualities that make the bidder uniquely qualified to perform the installation work described above
  TCCA Statement of Intent. TCCA reserves the right to reject any or all responses to this Request for Proposal. TCCA will not reimburse costs of preparing the consultant proposals. TCCA reserves the right to cancel the award of contract any time before the execution of the contract by both parties. Responding consultants bear sole risk and responsibility for costs incurred in the preparation and delivery of the proposal. TCCA reserves the right to ask for clarification in the proposal if the need arises. In addition, TCCA reserves the right to purchase either selected components, or to not select any vendor or purchase and goods/services resulting from this RFP. Conditions of Proposal. All costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal responding to this RFP will be the responsibility of the Offeror and will not be reimbursed by Tri County Community Action. Small, Women-Owned and/or Minority-Owned Businesses. Efforts will be made by Tri County Community Action to utilize small businesses and women or minority-owned businesses. An Offeror qualifies as a small business firm if it meets the definition of “small business’ as established by the Small Business Administration (13 CFR 121.201). Submissions. It is the responsibility of the Offeror to ensure that the proposal is received by 12pm on Friday, October 14th. Late proposals will not be considered. The Neighborhood Revitalization Manager and/or Executive Director will be available to meet with consultants and give a site tour prior to submission due date. PDF documents of construction drawings for each property are available upon request. Questions or meetings can be arranged by contacting Julie Walter, Neighborhood Revitalization Manager at 717.232.9757 Ext. 105 or jwalter@cactricounty.org. Mailed Submissions. Copies of the bid must be delivered to Tri County Community Action, 1514 Derry Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104. All submitted bids will be considered property of Tri County Community Action. Please name one person to be the coordinator for your RFP response and for any clarification activities, which might be necessary: Your proposal should be addressed as follows: Revitalization Manager Tri County Community Action 1514 Derry Street Harrisburg, PA 17104 Electronic Submissions. Proposals can be submitted electronically to jwalter@cactricounty.org by the closing submission date noted above.

Notification of Award

  • It is expected that a decision selecting the successful proposal will be made within 1 week of the closing date for the receipt of proposals.
  • Upon conclusion of final negotiations with the successful entity, all Offerors submitting proposals in response to this Request for Proposal will be informed, in writing, of the name of the successful entity.
 

RFP request form