Facilities Assessment and Optimization Planning

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We are no longer accepting submissions.

What is it?

The City of Pittsburgh is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to develop an overall facilities optimization plan. Additionally, the City requires a facilities condition assessment of City-owned buildings. Project objectives include: a 40-year facilities master plan that includes an investment strategy and identifies funding mechanisms, a comprehensive facilities maintenance plan including a maintenance monitoring baseline, determination of the market value of all facilities and the development of a disposition plan, determination of the most appropriate use allocation and space planning, a condition assessment on all City own facilities including but not limited to all systems and building envelope, identification of opportunities for emergency efficiency and implementation of sustainability initiatives, prioritization of buildings for investment, and the above data provided in a searchable format, owned wholly by the City.

Download Opportunity Documents

Not sure where to start? The document labeled as an RFP (Request for Proposals), RFQ (Request for Qualifications), or IFB (Invitation for Bid) will contain more detailed instructions about the project timeline, what we're looking for, and how to put together a proposal.

Status

July 01, 2015

Opportunity opens for submissions.

September 02, 2015 at 08:00PM EDT

Deadline to submit proposals.

Have a question?

We'd be happy to answer it! Send it in to Peter McDevitt at peter.mcdevitt@pittsburghpa.gov.

Please refer to the timeline section of the opportunity documents to see when the question & answer period opens and closes.