RFPs and RFQs

Here is a list of all the RFPs currently in the system.​

Architectural Services for Design of Transit Bus/Street Car Operations and Storage Facility Submittal

Contact: Ted Schweitzer719-689-3753



The City of Cripple Creek Colorado is seeking proposals from qualified architectural firms engaged in providing architectural design of the City of Cripple Creek Transit Storage, Maintenance and Administration Facility located at Highway 67 & Warren Avenue, Cripple Creek Colorado. This grant project will fund the design of a bus operations and storage facility. The current facility is inadequate for the purpose of housing both the Public Works and Transit operations and administration. The proposed facility project would enable vehicle/street car storage space that is needed during harsh winter months, as well as office and training spaces.

Anticipated Project RFP Schedule Critical Dates


April 16, 2021

RFP Available

Upon request

Pre-bid site visit

May 17, 2021

Proposals Due

May 24, 2021

Bid Award


Notification of Selected Firm

CONTACT: Ted Schweitzer Transit Capital Projects Mgr.
Email: tschweitzer@cripple-creek.co.us / Phone – 719-689-3753

Download: (PDF): RFP – Architectural Services for Design of Transit Bus/Street Car Operations and Storage Facility

Architectural & Engineering (A&E) Services – GVRTA Bus Storage Facility

RFP Number: RFQ # 2021-04

Contact: Ann Beauvais 719-447-7623



A&E Services - Bus Storage Facility Design

RFQ Documents:
Available online: http://www.gunnisonvalleyrta.com/planning-documents/ or request by email: ann@raeconsultants.com

Inquiries are to be submitted to Ann Beauvais via email at ann@raeconsultants.com by 5:00 PM MDT, Friday, April 23, 2021. GVRTA will post all addenda in response on its website: http://www.gunnisonvalleyrta.com/planning-documents/ by 5:00 pm MDT, Friday, April 30, 2021.

Proposal Submission Deadline:
5:00 pm MDT, Friday, May 14, 2021. Proposals are to be submitted electronically in native PDF format via email only to Ann Beauvais at ann@raeconsultants.com. No hard copy proposals will be accepted.

Notice to all providers is hereby provided, that in accordance with State and Federal laws, GVRTA will ensure that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) are afforded full opportunity to submit offers and responses to this solicitation, and to participate in any contract consummated pursuant to this notice.

Compliance with Federal and State laws on Equal Opportunity will also be asserted in consideration for the award of this contract. As an equal opportunity employer, GVRTA prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, age, sex, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, national origin, or ancestry.

GVRTA reserves the right to accept any proposal, or any part or parts thereof, or to reject any and all proposals. Accepted proposal(s) are subject to financial assistance availability from, and concurrence by, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), who is the primary funder of this project.

Download: (PDF): Architectural & Engineering (A&E) Services – Gunnison Valley RTA Bus Storage Facility

More Information: http://www.gunnisonvalleyrta.com/planning-documents/




Valley Metro Operations and Maintenance Center (OMC) plans to execute multi-year sole source contracts with the contractors who are Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) of the Kinkisharyo Light Rail Vehicles or Maintenance of Way alignments. Additional suppliers have produced prototype components and molds. The full list of OEM vendors and their specialty are shown below. A detailed list of vendors’ part numbers and descriptions can be found on the Valley Metro E-Procurement Website: https://valleymetro.procureware.com/home

Vendor / OEM

Specialty or System


Signaling Products and Systems


Steel Poles, Signal


Motor/Center Truck Components


OEM for Sensor; Flange Lube Tank


Flow Meters; Pressure Sensor


AC, Fans and Sensors


OEM LED Lighting Products


OEM Signals


OEM Brake Resistor Components


OEM Specialized Railroad Gate Arms and Lamps


Traffic Lighting Products


OEM Impedence Bonds


OEM P-Clamp


OEM Chevron Springs, Rubber

These vendors are the only companies capable of supplying the parts and ensuring the parts will interface with the alignment or vehicles. These components have been designed to function with other components and for safety reasons cannot be ordered from untested suppliers. (The listed vendors do not reply to this notice.)

Any vendor, organization, or person having information that may refute the OEM determination that the goods being procured are NOT a sole source must complete “Attachment A – Substitution Parts” and submit to the Valley Metro E-Procurement Website: https://valleymetro.procureware.com/home, no later than Thursday, April 22, 2021 by 10:00 A.M. Pacific Time. A login will be required to submit a response.

Questions regarding this procurement action may be submitted via Valley Metro’s E-Procurement Website, https://valleymetro.procureware.com/home by selecting the Clarification Tab. Answers will be provided through the E-Procurement Website.

Valley Metro reserves the right to cancel this Procurement at any time.


RFP Number: RFEOI-2021-2



Valley Metro is the regional public transportation agency providing coordinated transit services to residents of metro Phoenix. From regional bus, light rail, and paratransit service to alternative commuter solutions.

Valley Metro’s contract No. 14004-50-VPS for Vanpool Services is set to expire on 12/31/2023.

The planning process for a new replacement contract has started and it is in the initial stages of development. Please note that suppliers must meet Federal Transit Administration (FTA) requirements, as the resulting contract from this upcoming solicitation, is anticipated to use Federal Funding.


The RFEOI purpose is to obtain input from the vendor community to ascertain if there are interested firms capable of performing the full scope of work as is, (which would be preferred) or if there are interested firms capable of performing the modified scope of work, which only addresses the fleet management for the program. This RFEOI will help Valley Metro make sound business choices in advance of releasing a formal solicitation.


If your firm is interested in reviewing and providing comments, you may access the RFEOI documents from the Agency’s e-procurement website at https://valleymetro.procureware.com/home. You will be required to log-in prior to downloading.

In responding to the following questions, please consider both Scope of Work documents included in the RFEOI. Valley Metro is interested in receiving information on both essential functions. Valley Metro is interested in obtaining the following feedback:

  1. Availability of Qualified firms in the Phoenix metro area, capable of effectively carrying out the scope of work.

  1. Other alternative approaches to a detailed scope of work such as a statement of objectives approach to service delivery or performance standards for both the Fleet Management and Vanpool Services components of the service.

  1. Provide general comments regarding the scope of work. Please identify areas where the work requirements may be unclear or where more information is needed to properly understand the scope of work. You are free to suggest changes in the scope that you believe would improve the overall quality and/or cost effectiveness of the services Valley Metro is acquiring.

When providing comments, cite the page number, section, paragraph, and text so we can identify the specific text to which the comment pertains.


If you choose to provide feedback, all written responses are due (electronically) to

https://valleymetro.procureware.com/home via the Response tab no later than April 15, 2021.

Your response should include a cover letter that provides the following information:

  • Subject line: RFEOI-2021-2 VANPOOL SERVICES

  • Firm mailing address.

  • Name, tile, address, phone number and mailing address for the individual serving as the point of contact for the RFEOI.

  • A statement that clearly identifies if your firm is capable of performing the full scope of work, or the modified scope.

  • A list of other Transit Agencies you are currently providing Vanpool Services to.

Should you have any question or need additional information regarding this RFEOI, please submit your inquiry via the Clarifications tab within the agency’s e-procurement website:


In closing, this RFEOI shall not be construed as a pre-requisite or pre-qualification process. This RFEOI is merely for the purpose of obtaining information for consideration purposes only. Any information, documentation and manuals submitted or presented in response to this RFEOI will become property of Valley Metro unless requested otherwise. Use of proprietary information is discouraged. If proprietary information is provided, it should be clearly marked as such.

Ultimately, our goal is to collect the information and feedback which you and other firms provide under this RFEOI process and use it to improve and refine our business plan and contracting approach in a way that will ensure a high-quality and cost-effective service that meets the needs of our customers and member agencies. We believe utilizing the RFEOI process will promote full and open competition for the upcoming solicitation.

More Information: https://valleymetro.procureware.com/home.

Transit Passenger Bus Shelters

RFP Number: RFP Number: 21-011 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) South Mays Street Bus Shelters



The City of Round Rock, herein after “the City” seeks to contract with a qualified proposer to provide all goods, labor, and services to remove, design, manufacture, and install transit bus shelters along the City of Round Rock’s South Mays Street.

The Community Development Office improves the quality of life in existing Round Rock neighborhoods by providing services to individuals and families by reinvesting in neighborhood improvements. The City furthers community development through participation in the Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The CDBG program emphasizes participation and representation of the target population(s). The City has used its annual CDBG grant funds to provide housing programs, infrastructure, parks, entrepreneurial opportunities, and public services to assist low- and moderate-income residents.

More Information: https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/businesses/solicitations/


All RFPs display for a period of 90 days. After 90 days, the RFP is considered expired and no longer displayed.