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Listed below are currently advertised projects with bid opening dates within the next few weeks. You can sort the list by clicking on any of the column headings. This information is also available by phone: 718-391-1000, option #4.

Documents necessary for submitting a bid can be downloaded by clicking this link Download the Bid Documents (check marked projects only). Alternately, a printed copy can be obtained at DDC Headquarters, 30-30 Thomson Avenue, LIC - a deposit of $35 is required.

In October 2015, the city launched HireNYC a suite of programs that will provide free, high-quality recruitment services to vendors and businesses filling open positions through City contracts and development projects, and also help New Yorkers better access these jobs. Contract requirements under the HireNYC: Goods & Services program apply to all new contracts for goods, services and construction with a value of one million dollars ($1,000,000) or more. For further information on the HireNYC suite of programs or to enroll in the program, please visit HireNYC.

PQL Bids
Only bidders who have been found to be pre-qualified and are listed on a specific pre-qualified list ("PQL") may submit bids for projects marked with *PQL. For more information about the PQL process click here...

Also see Awarded Construction Projects and Bid Process for Contractors


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Notes:
- Introduction to MWBE
- Check marked projects have bid documents available for download.
- For projects that consist of more than one trade, bid documents for all trades are available by selecting the highlighted listing, which is typically the General Contractor (GC).

Bid List Disclaimer
This information is provided for the convenience of the public only and is subject to change or cancellation without prior notice. Official information concerning upcoming publicly bid contracts is published in the City Record. In the event of a conflict between information provided on this system and the information published in the City Record, the City Record prevails.


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