BID OPPORTUNITIES AND MORE…SEE TSMSDC’S 253RD EDITION OF THE COMMUNITY BUSINESS NEWS BULLETIN!

 
OUR 253RD EDITION OF BID OPPORTUNITIES AND EVENTS

  • June 2, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division, City of Memphis Request for Quotation for MLGW Utility Bill Return Envelopes #9.    Click here for additional information 

  • June 3, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) invites bids for Part A – Self-Insured Motor Vehicle Claims Services, Part B – Excess Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance  #7855.  Click here for additional information 

  • June 4, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) invites bids for Property, Boiler and Machinery Insurance  #7853.  Click here for additional information 
  • June 4, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) invites bids for Preformed Thermoplastic Airfield.  Click here for additional information 
  • June 4, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is looking to award blanket contracts that enable TVA to become or maintain compliance with the Coal Combustion Residual (CCR) Rule, Clean Water Act or effluent limitation guidelines.
            This CCR conversion program consists of coal combustion residual activities or
   projects, design and construction of new dam facilities or modifications of existing
   dames, and/or waste water treatment, de-watering, and landfill projects.
   Examples of Areas of Work:  (there may be additional work areas beyond these
   examples)

 

  • Geo-technical/hydro-geological investigations
  • Groundwater quality monitoring
  • New ash impoundment construction
  • Existing ash impoundment remediation and closures
  • Construction, maintenance, and operation of landfills
  • Closure and cap of landfills
  • Installation of closure turf material with and without power cap solar panel systems
  • Windmill projects, battery projects, (and other emerging technologies, etc.)
  • Waste water treatment
  • Ash de-watering
  • Beneficiation
  • Dam-safety design and construction (e.g. grading and drainage: concrete training walls, floodwalls or other appurtenant structures; rock and earth buttressing; drilling & grouting, cut off walls, slot cutting; spillway construction and/or repair; gate modifications, construction or repair)
  • Facility haul roads and bridge
  • Cleanup and construction management services (construction services; technology and equipment selection; management of installation services; studies and assessments; full detailed design; associated balance of plant equipment and related engineering)
  • Site engineering; specialty engineering; construction engineering and inspection and constructability reviews
Project management functions to include planning; staffing; subcontractor selection and management; supervision; project controls, scheduling, estimating, budget/ cost controls, and forecasting; construction quality control or quality assurance functions, inspection, testing, and documentation; project closure support and management; training (craft and non-craft); and startup services.

 
If there are any questions, they can be directed to pabuerkle@tva.gov, or via  423-751-8634.   
    

  • June 4, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
    is seeking prime contractors to bid on Combustion Coal Removal projects at TVA facilities in Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Kentucky. The bidders will need to manage all aspects of an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) project.  Click here for additional information
  • June 4, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Louisville Regional Airport Authority invites bids for Obstruction Mitigation Restoration – Contract 3 – Bowman Field.  Click here for additional information

  • June 8, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) invite bids for Student Accident and Athletic  Insurance (Pre-K thru 12) #7856. Click here for additional information

  • June 9, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) invite bids for Construction of Multifamily Housing Phase 1 of Austin Homes Redevelopment C2007. Click here for additional information 
  • June 9, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD)  invite bids for 10005 Cedar Garden Drive Drainage Improvement Project. Click here for additional information
  • June 9, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) invites bids for Installation, Repair, Removal of Vehicle Electronic Equipment. Click here for additional information

  • June 11, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) invites bids for Automated People Mover Operation and Maintenance and Related.  Click here for additional information 
  • June 11, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) invites bids for One (1) 20′ Rotary Cutter Flex Wing.  Click here for additional information 
  • June 11, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) invite bids for College Aviation Training Program Provider(s).   Click here for additional information 

  • June 12, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – City of Louisville, Kentucky invite bids for Campground Operator for Jefferson Memorial Forest – Horine Reservation. Click here for additional information 

  • June 12, 2020:  EVENT – FedEx new grant initiative!  In light of the current pandemic, FedEx is giving $1 million dollars to small businesses.  Click here for additional information

  • June 14-18, 2020:  EVENT – SAVE THE DATE!  NMSDC’s Advanced Management Education Program (AMEP), Kellogg School at Northwestern Evanston, IL.  Additional information coming soon!

  • June 15, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – City of Louisville, Kentucky invite bids for Architectural Services for Renovation of the Building at 720 West Jefferson Street (Previously Youth Detention Services).  Click here for additional information 

  • June 16, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Louisville  and Jefferson Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) invite bids for Districtwide Plumbing Services.  Click here for additional information 
  • June 16, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY  – Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division, (MLGW) City of Memphis invite bids for Board Bid: CABLE, 2-1/C DUPLEXED.  Click here for additional information

  • June 18, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – City of Louisville, Kentucky invites bids for Architectural Services for Renovation of the Building at 720 West Jefferson Street (Previously Youth Detention Services).  Click here for additional information 
  • June 18, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) invites bids for Bleacher Foundation Repair at Marion C. Moore School, Louisville, KY.  Click here for additional information

  • June 18, 2020:  EVENT – POSTPONED TO 2021…  TSMSDC’S 20TH ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC. NEW DATES TO BE DETERMINED SHORTLY.

  • June 25, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) invites bids for Runway 9/27 and Taxiways J and K Rehabilitation Project. Click here for additional information 

  • August 21, 2020:  BID OPPORTUNITY – Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS)  invites bids for Mechanical Maintenance Services.  Click here for additional information

  • September 20-25, 2020:  EVENT – SAVE THE DATE!  NMSDC’s Minority Business Executive Program (MBEP) The University of Washington, Seattle, WA.  Additional information coming soon!

  • September 29-30, 2020:  EVENT – POSTPONED TO 2021… TSMSDC’S BUSINESS MARKETPLACE – NEW DATES TO BE DETERMINED SHORTLY.   

  • October 19, 2020:  EVENT – POSTPONED TO 2021…  TSMSDC’S 2ND ANNUAL KENTUCKY GOLF INVITATIONAL.  NEW DATES TO BE DETERMINED SHORTLY.

  • October 25-28, 2020:  EVENT – SAVE THE DATE!  NMSDC’s Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange, Phoenix, AZ.  Additional information coming soon!

 
NEW!  DUKE ENERGY CORPORATION…

 

Coal Ash Management Related Goods and Services  
Sub-Contracting Opportunities   

 

Duke Energy is one of the largest electric utility companies in the U.S. and it relies on qualified capable suppliers to provide energy services to more than 7 million customers in the Carolinas, Florida, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Duke Energy is actively working to remediate coal ash at its fossil stations; more information about the Coal Ash Management Project may be found at https://www.duke-energy.com/our-company/about-us/power-plants/ash-management

 

The company is seeking local and diverse suppliers who are capable of providing the goods and services listed below:
  • Pipe; Structural Steel; Electrical Material; Bolts, Nuts and Gaskets; Consumables; Concrete
  • Engineering and Construction Services
  • General contracting, Design-build, and Construction Management Services
  • Water Redirect Projects; Landfill Construction
  • Full-service General Contracting – Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Structural Services; Millwrights, and Piping
  • Coal Ash Construction, including Building, expanding and capping lined landfills, impoundments and dams.  Also, hauling and excavating material from these structures and onsite.  Overseeing all aspects of projects, starting with any clearing and grubbing, and finishing with the liner and final cover, and any other associated work specific to the project
  • Erosion and Sediment Control, Seeding, Surveying, Fencing, Electrical, and Liner Supply and Installation
  • Underground Piping; Excavating; Clearing; Concrete
  • CCR Disposal Facility Construction; CCR Excavation/Movement and Ash Basic Cap/Closure Projects; Additional Water Re-Directs Projects; Earthwork; Site Construction; Clearing & Grubbing/ Fencing and Silt-Fencing; Liner Installation; Cast in Place Concrete Work; Seeing and Matting; Guardrail; Electrical Work; Trucking
  • Construction Equipment Rental e.g., Lights, Pumps, Water Filters; Dust Control Chemicals; Fuel (off road); Surveying; Stone, Soil and other Earth Materials; Landfill Liner/Cap Materials; Waste Hauling; Waste Disposal
  • Painting; Scaffold; Insulation; Heat Trace; Instrumentation; Electrical; Pile Driving; Fireproofing; Non-Destructive Testing; Chemical Cleaning; Metal Building Contractors (Supply and Erect); Commercial Contractors (Architectural Scopes of Work)
  • Industrial Construction and Maintenance Services, including Code Work, Concrete, Electrical, Pipe Fitting & Welding, Steel Erection & Equipment Setting; and On-Site Maintenance
  • Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) Management Services
  • Geo-synthetic Liner Supply and Installations; Surveying; Sediment and Erosion Control; Piping Installation; Geo-technical Services
The list of sub-contracting opportunities can also be downloaded here.  
 
Interested suppliers should contact Duke Energy at supplierdiversity@duke-energy.com, and include “Coal Ash” in the subject line.   
 
Closing Date:  Open until further notice.  

 

  NO LIMITS … JUST OPPORTUNITIES!

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