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Bid Opportunity Resources

 

WBEA is committed to connecting women-owned businesses with corporate, state and government opportunities. Therefore, this webpage is designed to provide our members with the tools, education and information regarding available Supplier Diversity Events and Bid Opportunities or Requests for Proposals.
 
A Request for Proposal (referred to as RFP) is an early stage in a procurement process, issuing an invitation for suppliers, often through a bidding process, to submit a proposal on a specific commodity or service. The RFP process brings structure to the procurement decision and allows the risks and benefits to be identified clearly upfront. The RFP may dictate to varying degrees the exact structure and format of the supplier's response, so be sure you read all documentation carefully.
 
Lastly, the creativity and innovation that suppliers choose to build into their proposals may be used to judge supplier proposals against each other. Keep in mind that when submitting your proposal, it may be best to include your “One- page Wonder” marketing/ advertising tool.  This is an introduction of your business to the corporation or prime contractor you’re seeking to do business with. 
 
For assistance with submitting a proposal, or if you are a contractor wanting to advertise your bid opportunity on the WBEA website, please email development@wbea-texas.org

 

 

HUB & SUB Bid Opportunities
Email HUB & SUB bid opportunities to bids@wbea-texas.org. Please make sure that bid documents are in Microsoft Word or PDF format. The WBEA posts bid opportunities on the WBEA website once a week when staff is available.


 

 Bid Opportunities 

 

 

Texas Park & Wildlife 

Texas Department of Criminal Justice 

DPR Construction: Recenter ITB

UT Health SPH MEP Upgrades

Forklift/Pallet Jack Repair Services 

 

 

City of Houston

 

 

 The City is currently leveraging existing debris removal contracts to respond to Hurricane Harvey related waste and debris. If you are interested in supporting these efforts, please visit our Hurricane Harvey Procurement Opportunities webpage.

 

 

The City of Houston requests proposals from qualified persons, partnerships, or corporations wanting to enter into a contract to efficiently oversee and monitor the removal of large volumes of disaster generated debris (other than household putrescible garbage) from public property, public right-of-ways and at Temporary Debris Staging and Reduction Sites (TDSRS), in a timely and cost-effective manner and ensuring the disposal of all debris in a lawful manner, immediately after a hurricane or other natural or manmade disaster. Proposals are due September 28, 2017.

 

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The City of Houston will receive proposals for Fire Station 55 replacement. The project consists of design and construction of the new (5) bay Fire Station approximately 15,000 SF. The project will consist of, but not limited to, site work, foundation, structure, MEP systems, furniture, appliances, landscaping, signage and traffic signal. Proposals are to be submitted Thursday, September 28, 2017. 

 

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Houston Community College

 

The Houston Community College is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide at 3D Metrology Workstation System that will support the Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence Programs in Machining Technology and Manufacturing Engineering technology. Proposals are due October 17, 2017 at 2:00 pm

 

 

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University of Houston 

 

The University of Houston System is soliciting competitive sealed proposals for the Lamar Fleming Building Envelope Water Intrusion Repair, at Lamar Fleming, building No. 564 at the campus of the University of Houston. Proposals are due October 2, 2017 at 11:00 am. 

 

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The University of Houston is soliciting proposals for an independent, comprehensive evaluation of the University of Houston System bookstore management contract, including a review of current textbook adoption practices for student learning materials and recommendations for improvement based on best, national industry practices and in the interest of student affordability, in addition to other things. Proposals are due November 1, 2017.

 

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