Current RFPs/RFQs



The selected Respondent will provide program management services for facilities planning, design and construction projects for two facilities located in Lytle and Eagle Pass. Services may be required in connection with any or all of the following phases of project delivery: coordination, administrative services associated with managing projects with public funds, commissioning, pre-project planning, estimating, programming, design, bidding and negotiating, and construction, as well as any other service that may assist the Owner in the delivery of services to facilities. The Respondent will render these services as needed, with no minimum or maximum amount of services specified. In particular, the Respondent must be prepared to assign at least one person with significant project planning and management experience to be available as needed to support the oversight efforts of the Owner.

DEADLINE: March 2, 2020 @2:00 PM CST

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Master Street Plan Update - Tyler Area MPO

A Master Street Plan is a long-range master plan for the orderly development of an efficient roadway transportation system. Most importantly, it defines an interconnected hierarchical system of current and proposed roadways that is required to meet the anticipated long-term growth within the area. A Master Street Plan is a means of assuring that basic infrastructure needs and right-of-way will be available when travel demand or development warrants new or improved roadway facilities. The objective of this update is to reevaluate the performance of the transportation network, make appropriate edits to the street designations, and provide clear recommendations to the staff and the public for implementation.

Please click Request For Qualifications (RFQ) to view project details and the full scope of work.

Deadline: February 7th, 2020

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Transit Route Study - Tyler Area MPO

The objective is to solicit proposals from qualified transportation research vendors to conduct research, engage public and private entities, and provide several alternatives for enhancing its transit services in the Tyler Area MPO. The goal for this project is to adopt a plan that will aid regional transit providers to continue to provide safe, reliable and customer service oriented public transportation services through innovative mobility strategies.

Please click Request For Proposal (RFP) to view project details and the full scope of work.

Deadline: February 7th, 2020

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Comprehensive Plan - Pflugerville

The City of Pflugerville is requesting Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) from highly qualified consulting firms for the preparation of a new Comprehensive Plan for the City, a fast-growing community in Central Texas.  The Comprehensive Plan serves as the guiding policy document for the development of the City and will reflect the community’s collective goals and vision for its future.  The City seeks a multi-disciplinary team with significant experience in the development of comprehensive plans that incorporates substantial public input and provides a broad understanding of regional growth patterns and utilizes principles that encourage a viable built environment, resilient economy, harmony with nature, healthy community, and responsible regionalism.  Request for Qualifications - Comprehensive Plan 


Deadline: February 5, 2020


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Station Area - Farmers Branch

The City of Farmers Branch is soliciting developer qualifications from firms interested in providing master development services for the city owned land surrounding the Station Area. This is a Transit-Oriented Development(TOD) located adjacent to the DART Green Line Transit Station. The City of Farmers Branch TOD objectives are to create a larger sustainable, livable station area district while supporting pedestrian amenities and transit ridership.A sociable place with access, walkability, and activities integrated into a sustainable destination development is the vision for the remaining station area land. Commercial uses at street level, upper story residences and offices,hospitality and entertainment would be a welcome addition to the existing downtown development.Approximately 9.4 acres are ready for a development partner.

Date Issued: December 11, 2019
Pre-Proposal Conference: January 16, 2020
Deadline for Written Questions: January 22, 2020
Response to Written Questions: January 27, 2020
Responses Due Date: January 31, 2020
Evaluation Completed by City: February 12, 2020
Recommendation of Short List to City Council: February 18, 2020
Release of RFP to Short List: February 20, 2020

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