There are three areas of procurement for which DURA solicits competitive bids: procurement of administrative goods and services for the agency, solicitation of pre-qualified contractors to bid on construction services for DURA’s Housing programs, and solicitation of consultants and developers in association with DURA Redevelopment projects.
DURA is committed to open and full competition in the procurement of goods and services; to assuring that goods and services are procured efficiently, effectively and at the most favorable prices available; to providing guidelines and procedures for utilizing and maintaining a procurement system of quality and integrity; and to assuring that all procurement actions are in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws. In addition, DURA is committed to promoting procurement opportunities utilizing minority and women owned business enterprises (MBE/WBE) and small business enterprises (SBE).
On an as needed basis, the Authority solicits services from consultants and developers in association with Redevelopment projects. In these cases, the Authority advertises in local publications and any relevant publications deemed desirable by the Authority to affect MBE/WBE/SBE participation.
On an on-going basis, DURA’s Housing Rehabilitation programs invite eligible contractors to be pre-qualified to bid on construction contracts during the current program year. Periodically, the Authority advertises in a local publication and any relevant outlets deemed desirable by the Authority to solicit qualified contractors and to encourage MBE/WBE/SBE participation in the Authority’s housing programs. The qualified contractor list is updated as often as new qualified contractors are accepted for inclusion.
For a list of current contractors for DURA’s housing rehabilitation programs, please contact DURA at (303) 534-3872.
Date: Friday, November 10, 2017
Proposals Due: Wednesday, November 22, 2017
The Denver Urban Renewal Authority (“DURA” or the “Authority”) is a body corporate created in 1958 by the City and County of Denver, Colorado (the “City”) pursuant to the Colorado Urban Renewal Law to exercise statutory powers in planning and implementing redevelopment projects in the City.
DURA is seeking proposals from qualified financial institutions to furnish professional services as corporate trustee, paying agent and custodian for the Authority. It is expected that the institution selected pursuant to this Request for Proposals will serve as Trustee beginning with all series of bonds to be issued for 2017 Indentures and forward, subject to the terms of each Indenture, with the exception of the Stapleton Master Indenture and related Stapleton Supplemental Indentures.
The deadline for submission has passed. No more submissions will be accepted at this time. Please visit our page in the future for additional opportunities.