Design-Build Services for Hudson Street Streetscape - Notice of Intent
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New York City Economic Development Corporation (“NYCEDC”) is seeking design-build firms interested in providing design-build services for the Hudson Street Streetscape Project (the “Project”). NYCEDC intends to issue a Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) to obtain Statements of Qualification (“SOQ”) from interested firms. This Notice is being issued solely for informational and planning purposes and does not constitute a solicitation.
The Project work includes the design and construction of streetscape improvements along the Hudson Street corridor in Lower Manhattan bounded to the south by Canal Street and to the north by West Houston Street, with a focus on the west side of the street. In collaboration with New York City Department of Transportation and the Hudson Square Business Improvement District, NYCEDC is managing implementation of the Project which intends to strengthen neighborhood connectivity and enhance pedestrian, bike and vehicular traffic safety and shall seek to enhance and expand useable open space through landscaping, lighting and other public amenities. Related public and private utility relocations necessary to implement the Project will be included within the scope of work.
NYCEDC intends to issue an RFQ on or about December 2017. The RFQ will provide full details of the SOQ and will establish the pre-qualification process for the firms seeking to be short-listed as proposers for a subsequent Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Project.
NYCEDC reserves the sole right, without incurring any liability, to change any aspect of the proposed Project described above, including the right to not proceed with the RFQ and/or right to proceed in a different manner or on a different timeline than as described above.