|Bid #||Alternate Id||Buyer||Description||Purchase Method||Bid Opening Date||Bid Holder List|
|00001105||Jeff Blade||PORTLAND’S MARATHON||Open Market||12/17/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001102||Kimberly Whelan||PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH AND CONSULTING||Open Market||01/04/2019 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001095||10010145||LUU HUYNH||Notice of Intent to Award: BTS STORES INVENTORY||Open Market||12/10/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001092||Emmanuel Amunga||HSIP 2016 SIGNALIZED IMPROVEMENTS (PORTLAND)- REBID||Open Market||01/15/2019 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001090||Celeste King||SUNNYSIDE NORTH RECONSTRUCTION AND GREEN STREETS (ALD-05)||Open Market||01/17/2019 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001089||122764||James Moering||ASSET MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE FOR FUTURE FUNDING NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF MAINTENANCE REHAB AND REPLACEMENT||Open Market||12/21/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001083||Kimberly Whelan||STUDY OF DISABILITY ENGAGEMENT AND EQUITY IN PORTLAND||Open Market||12/10/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001081||Kimberly Whelan||COLLECTION SYSTEMS FORCE MAIN EVALUATION PROGRAM||Open Market||01/18/2019 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001080||123321||Adriana Lucas||DAM 1 NEEDLE VALVES||Open Market||12/21/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001061||Scott Schneider||INTEGRATED TAX SYSTEM SOFTWARE AND IMPLEMENTATION||Open Market||12/20/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001002||Theresa Green||TRAFFIC SIGNAL MODULE REPLACEMENT PROJECT||Open Market||12/17/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
Description of Program
The BOOST program is a ten-week hands on training program for certified minority,
women owned business contractors. The goal of the program is to provide training in
fundamental areas of construction business management and provides an opportunity
to network with other contractors, representatives from participating agencies,
Skanska and other relevant business organizations.
The course addresses topics that are challenging for all contractors, including
Accounting for Construction, Estimating and more. The format includes actual case
studies, group conversations and hands on demonstrations with proven business
practices. Course materials are presented by internal and external Skanska subject
experts. The program is free to participants.
Description of Program
This program takes our previous BOOST graduates and walks them through specific
projects from beginning to end with the full project team. Re-BOOST includes break-
out sessions that allow graduates to sit with project managers and first-tier contractors
to discuss project opportunities. Re-BOOST will not only prepare subcontractors
for opportunities on our projects, but will also inform bid packaging to maximize
MWBE firm opportunities.
For more than 40 years, Turner has offered the Turner School of Construction Management.
In the company’s Portland office, the intense seven-week course is specifically geared toward certified minority and women owned businesses. The course is offered at no cost to the participants and is taught by Turner staff. Classes focus on various aspects of business, including marketing, business planning, banking, financials, estimating, scheduling, daily operations, managing risk, safety, managing human capital, and working with public works agencies.
The time also serves as an opportunity to develop mentoring relationships and partnerships. The Portland chapter of the Turner School of Construction Management has seen more than 360 graduates from local businesses.
Applications and the complete schedule will soon be available for the 2019 Turner School of Construction Management.
Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-6pm at the Portland Community College CLIMB Center. The next class will be held Fall 2019.
Please contact Shannon Watson, Diversity Coordinator for more information: (503) 545-5866 or email@example.com.
|0001086||Jeff Blade||EMULSION POLYMER||Open Market||11/09/2018 02:30:00 PM||List|
|00001085||Jim Harley||WINTER STORM SERVICES SNOW REMOVAL||Open Market||11/09/2018 01:00:00 PM||List|
|00001082||Kimberly Whelan||ON-CALL LAND USE HEARINGS OFFICER SERVICES||Open Market||11/14/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001075||Kimberly Whelan||FY 2018-19 COMMUNITY INSIGHTS SURVEY||Open Market||11/20/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001074||Valentine Hellman||WATER QUALITY DATA MONITORING BUOY IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER||Open Market||11/16/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001071||Kelly Davis-McKernan||SANITARY SEWER & STORMWATER COMPREHENSIVE RATE STUDY||Open Market||11/30/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001070||Kimberly Whelan||BULL RUN DAMS PART 12 D INSPECTION AND REPORT||Open Market||11/30/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001068||Valentine Hellman||WA PARK SEWER SYSTEMS INVENTORY, MAPPING, ASSESMENT, CAPACITY MODELING AND EVALUATION||Open Market||11/14/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001067||Valentine Hellman||JOB ORDER CONTRACT PROGRAM DEVELPOMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION||Open Market||11/05/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001064||Rachel Beane||BES FOOD PROCESSOR VAULT RELOCATION||Open Market||11/08/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001059||Kimberly Whelan||NEW MOBILITY STRATEGIES||Open Market||11/06/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001053||Emmanuel Amunga||MT. TABOR RESEVOIRS PHASE 2 PRESEVATION||Open Market||11/29/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001052||Kimberly Whelan||NET METER REVENUE REVIEW||Open Market||11/05/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001018||Kimberly Whelan||JOYCE HOTEL SEISMIC UPGRADE AND RENOVATION ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN TEAM||Open Market||11/07/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00001013||Rachel Beane||RED ELECTRIC TRAIL: SW BERTHA BLVD – SW CAPITOL HIGHWAY||Open Market||11/13/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00001003||Emmanuel Amunga||EAST PORTLAND ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION TO TRANSIT||Open Market||11/13/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000985||Theresa Green||UTILITY BILL PRINTING, MAILING, AND PRESENTMENT (WATER)||Open Market||11/28/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00000643||Celeste King||NE COLUMBIA BLVD AT MLK JR BLVD||Open Market||11/15/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion/Affirmative Action for Governor Kate Brown is delighted to announce this edition of the Governor’s Marketplace to support Oregon small businesses.
We have partnered with the Secretary of State, Department of Administrative Services and the Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity to bring opportunities for businesses to meet directly with procurement professionals from state, federal, private and non-profit organizations who will share tips, tools, resources and strategies to aid in business growth, more successfully navigate contracting processes and nurture ongoing relationships.
All businesses within the state of Oregon are welcome. These events are held in different parts of the state to make the resources available to all.
Registration is now open for the following events:
September 12, 2018 Central Oregon Community College, Redmond
September 13, 2018 Harney County Community Center, Burns
October 4, 2018 Columbia Gorge Community College, The Dalles
October 17, 2018 Linn Benton Community College, Albany
October 19, 2018 Lane Community College, Eugene
October 25, 2018 Umpqua Community College, Roseburg
Who should attend?
Business owners who have an interest in public contracts. Public agencies across Oregon spend billions of dollars on goods and services every year. These public agencies purchase a wide variety of goods and services.
State Agencies, local organizations who offer assistance to small businesses, other public agencies, large firms and General Contractors seeking to provide access and opportunity to a diversified pool of small businesses.
NEW! Earn CE Credits. Through our partnership with CCB, Contractors can CE credits for attending this event. If you only attend certain portions, your earned CE credits will reflect the hours of participation.
WHAT is this about?
The Governor’s Office and the State of Oregon have made it a priority to create equity in public contracting and procurement, bringing opportunities, access and connection for small business to thrive in Oregon.
This event brings together industry professionals, public agencies and private organizations, diversity practitioners and small businesses to build valuable relationships. Small businesses will learn about public contracting opportunities and local resources available.
WHEN, WHERE & HOW to participate? Please register for each event you are interested in. All locations are open to businesses within the state of Oregon.
ODOT provides a safe and reliable multimodal transportation system that connects people and helps Oregon’s communities and economy thrive.
ODOT is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. The content in this email is available by alternate means. Please contact our office at (503) 986-4350, or call statewide relay at 711 or via email at OCRINFOREQUEST@odot.state.or.
Project Information The purpose of the Project is to improve the safety and operations on I-5 between I-405 and I-84, of the Broadway/Weidler interchange, and on adjacent surface streets in the vicinity of the Broadway/Weidler interchange and to enhance multimodal facilities in the Project Area. In achieving the purpose, the Project also will support improved local connectivity and multimodal access in the vicinity of the Broadway/Weidler interchange and improve multimodal connections between neighborhoods located east and west of I-5. The Project addresses the following primary needs:
• I-5 Safety: I-5 between I-405 and I-84 has the highest crash rate on urban interstates in the State of Oregon. Crash data from 2011 to 2015 indicate that I-5 between I-84 and the merge point from the NE Broadway ramp onto I-5 had a crash rate (for all types of crashes) that was approximately 3.5 times higher than the statewide average for comparable urban interstate facilities.
• I-5 Operations: The Project Area is at the crossroad of three regionally significant freight and commuter routes: I-5, I-84, and I-405. As a result, I-5 in the vicinity of the Broadway/Weidler interchange experiences some of the highest traffic volumes in the State of Oregon, carrying approximately 121,400 vehicles each day, and experiences 12 hours of congestion each day.
• Broadway/Weidler Interchange Operations: The complexity and congestion at the I-5 Broadway/Weidler interchange configuration is difficult to navigate for vehicles (including transit vehicles), bicyclists, and pedestrians. This impacts access to and from I-5 as well as to and from local streets. The high volumes of traffic on I-5 and Broadway/Weidler in this area contribute to
congestion and safety issues (for all modes) at the interchange ramps, the Broadway and Weidler overcrossings of I-5, and on local streets in the vicinity of the interchange.
• Travel Reliability on the Transportation Network: Travel reliability on the transportation
network decreases as congestion increases and safety issues expand. The most unreliable travel
times tend to occur at the end of congested areas and on the shoulders of the peak periods. Due to
these problems, reliability has decreased on I-5 between I-84 and I-405 for most of the day. Periods
of congested conditions on I-5 in the Project Area have grown over time from morning and
afternoon peak periods to longer periods throughout the day.
ODOT is conducting this Intermediate Procurement in conformance with ORS 279B.070 and OAR 137-047-0270. No specific level of work or funding is guaranteed by this solicitation process.
Work is anticipated to begin 8-1-2018 and is anticipated to be completed 11-30-2018. The Consultant shall not have or be perceived to have a conflict of interest when performing any of this work.
Proposer must be in compliance with the ODOT COI Guidelines.
Form are available at the following Internet site:
http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/Business/Procurement/Pages/PSK.aspx under “Miscellaneous Procurement Forms”).
*********DEADLINE FOR RESPONSE IS: July 26, 2018 at 2:00pm*********
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT
Ted Wheeler, Mayor
Tom Rinehart, Chief Administrative Officer
Jennifer Cooperman, Bureau of Revenue and Financial Services
Tiffani Penson, Supplier Diversity Officer
July 3, 2018
|Bid #||Alternate Id||Buyer||Description||Purchase Method||Bid Opening Date||Bid Holder List|
|00000979||Mahn Saechao||PRICE AGREEMENT FURNISHING ASPHALT SPEED BUMPS, CRACK SEALING & BASE REPAIR-REBID||Open Market||07/24/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000978||Emmanuel Amunga||SW 16TH & YAMHILL STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS – REBID||Open Market||07/19/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000976||Theresa Green||DOOR REPAIR SERVICE, DOOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE,||Open Market||07/18/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000975||10009749||Jin Huang||PPB TRAFFIC AIR SUPPORT UNIT FUEL||Open Market||07/03/2018 03:00:00 PM||List|
|00000973||Rachel Beane||N. ARGYLE AND N MARINE DR. SEWER REHABILITATION||Open Market||07/17/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000971||Valentine Hellman||RELOCATION SERVICES||Open Market||07/13/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00000970||Jeff Blade||GUILDS LAKE AND ANKENY FORCE MAIN INSPECTION – REBID||Open Market||07/12/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000967||Jin Huang||EAST PORTLAND COMMUNITY CENTER POOL RE-PLASTER||Open Market||07/12/2018 03:00:00 PM||List|
|00000966||Celeste King||STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION OF TAGGART OUTFALL 30||Open Market||07/24/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000964||Valentine Hellman||GRANTMAKING PROCESS IMPROVEMENT NEEDS AND SOLUTIONS||Open Market||07/23/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00000959||Rachel Beane||1900 BUILDING RESTROOM UPGRADES||Open Market||07/24/2018 02:00:00 PM||List|
|00000956||Manh Saechao||ON-CALL COMMUNICATION MATERIALS AND GRAPHIC DESIGN SERVICES||Open Market||07/13/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00000954||Valentine Hellman||JUSTICE CENTER ELEVATOR CONSULTING SERVICES||Open Market||07/10/2018 04:00:00 PM||List|
|00000952||Valentine Hellman||COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ON NEEDS AND SOLUTIONS FOR PORTLAND CHILDREN’S LEVY||Open Market||07/31/2018 04:00:00 PM|
Yesterday, Business Oregon and the Governor’s Regional Solutions Program officially opened a request for applications to the Regional Infrastructure Fund (RIF). This fund is one of the tools used to support economic and community development by providing grants and loans to local governments for Regional Solutions capital construction projects. Business Oregon administers the fund.
During the 2017 Legislative Session, the Legislature authorized the issuance of lottery bonds to produce $4 million in net proceeds for the RIF and requested that projects be approved by the Legislature or Emergency Board before the bonds are sold in spring of 2019. The $4 million is to be distributed statewide, with each of the 11 regions being allotted a minimum of $200,000. We are seeking applications for capital construction projects between $50,000 and $1 million.
Applications are due by April 30, 2018. Please visit the Regional Solutions website for the application and more information.
Contracting and Procurement Services
PO 751 (FAST-CAPS)
|Contact||Paul Lloyd Thomas|
|Phone||1 (503) 725-9841|
Portland State University (ORCPP)
Contracting and Procurement Services
PO Box 751 (FAST-CAPS)
Apply Today for the Business and Industry Program
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development is accepting applications to support business development and expansion in rural Oregon that will retain or create jobs.
The Business and Industry (B&I) Program assists rural businesses with accessing credit while helping to mitigate risk for lenders. The funds may be used for most business purposes (with the exception of agricultural production), including initial business development or acquisition, expansion, the purchase of land or equipment, and debt refinancing. Up to $485 million is available nationwide.
Eligible borrowers include U.S. citizens who can demonstrate that the business being financed will primarily create or save jobs for U.S. residents in rural areas with a population of 50,000 or less. The borrower’s headquarters may be based within a larger city as long as the project is located in an eligible rural area. Lenders may be located anywhere and may apply to USDA for a loan guarantee of between 80 percent for loans of $5 million or less to 60 percent for loans of more than $10 million up to $25 million.
Through this USDA program, borrowers can benefit from increased access to capital and better pricing and terms than are typically given with conventional loans. Lenders using a B&I loan guarantee can benefit from improved bank profitability and liquidity management, increased loan-making ability as the federally guaranteed portion of the loan does not count toward a bank’s legal lending limit, and risk mitigation.
Contact a local Business and Cooperative Programs staff member in Oregon to begin the application process.
For more information…
Questions related to USDA Business Programs in Oregon may be directed to a local Business and Cooperative Specialist.
For projects outside of Oregon…
Those with project proposals outside of Oregon should contact USDA Rural Development in the corresponding state.