Columbia University Facilities is conducting a pilot program for posting select bid opportunities on our Web site. By conducting this pilot, we hope to become more transparent in providing some bid opportunities for construction vendors.
Unfortunately, not all bid opportunities have a wide enough lead time. In those cases, we will continue to utilize our current method of notification of bidding opportunities, which includes, in most cases, seeking at least three bids on upcoming work.
If you would like to submit a proposal to work with Columbia University, we invite you to view the opportunities listed below in each Notification or Request for Proposal (RFP). Each document contains information on the project's scope, requirements, submission deadlines, and contact. Please carefully review the information below.
You may inquire about contracting and workforce opportunities on the Manhattanville expansion project through McKissack & McKissack.
Please email or call their Harlem Office of Community Employment at email@example.com or (212) 695-2368
CONTRACTING AND SUBCONTRACTING AREAS TO BE CONSIDERED
Electrical ● Drywall ● Metal
Painting ● Flooring ● Plumbing
HVAC ● Waterproofing ● Glass and Glazing
Fire Protection ● Loading Dock Equipment ● Common Scaffold
Carpentry ● Sidewalk Bridge and Hoist ● Laboratories
Metal ● Elevators and Turnstiles ● Insulation
Concrete and Masonry ● Doors And More...
- Jerome L. Greene Science Center & Portions of the Central Energy Plant (bid period is September--October 2011
- Manhattanville Central Energy Plant (bid period is May-July 2011)
- Intumescent Coating and Spray Applied Fireproofing (bid period is May-July 2011)
- Fabrication and Erection of Structural Steel (January-April 2011)
- Manhattanville Abatement & Demolition of Vacant Buildings (December 2010)
- Manhattanville Interior Renovation
- Manhattanville Slurry Wall and Foundation Projects
- Manhattanville Sidewalk Repairs and Site Work
- Manhattanville Construction Photographer
- Manhattanville Utilities 12th Avenue Storm Sewer Project
- Manhattanville Abatement & Demolition of Vacant Buildings (November/December 2009)
If you have questions about the opportunities listed above, please contact the identified project manager listed within the above text.
Minority, Women, and Local (MWL) Business Enterprises
Columbia University has a long-standing commitment to working with minority-, women-, or locally-owned (MWL) business enterprises, whether by establishing purchasing relationships with vendors, entering into consulting agreements for services, or contracing for construction, renovation, or repair services. For more information, please visit our MWL Business Initiatives page.