Any opportunities that are available to provide services or materials for the City of Hendersonville are shown below.
The City of Hendersonville Finance Department has issued an RFP for a installment financing agreement in the principal amount not to exceed $644,621 for the purpose of purchasing a Pierce Fire Engine and related equipment and supplies. The City is currently rated AA- by Moody’s Investors Service and A+ by Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. The financing will be bank eligible under Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. The RFP and related documents are provided here.
NEW FRENCH BROAD RIVER INTAKE & MILLS RIVER INTAKE MODIFICATION:
The City of Hendersonville Water and Sewer Department is interested in entering into an agreement with a qualified engineering firm to provide professional services for the design, permitting, and construction administration of a new 12 MGD raw water intake along the French Broad River and the modification of an existing intake located on the Mills River. The projects will be contracted separately. Selection of the engineering firm will be based upon a predetermined set of weighted criteria as outlined in the Request for Qualifications.
The RFQ is provided here for reference.
The City of Hendersonville is anticipating the need for architectural services over the next five years to assist with the following projects: new police headquarters, citywide facility space analysis, new equipment storage and maintenance facilities, public restroom facilities and multiple facility renovation and expansion projects. It is the intent of the City to select the three best qualified firms on the basis of demonstrated competence and qualification for the type of professional services required here and to engage the services of such firms on an individual project basis for a period of five years. The selected firms shall provide work on an as-needed basis and upon assignment by the City. Projects will be assigned to selected firms based on expertise, experience and staff capacity. Selection is not a guarantee that any minimum amount of architectural services will be assigned to a specific firm. The City of Hendersonville will reserve the right to assign work to the firm that is best suited for each particular project. Additionally, the City reserves the right to issue future Request for Qualifications (RFQ) as may be needed, and to solicit responses from firms not selected as part of this process.
This document is an invitation for experienced development teams to present conceptual plans for the redevelopment of the Grey Hosiery Mill in downtown Hendersonville, NC. The City of Hendersonville has engaged the UNC School of Government’s Development Finance Initiative (DFI) to create a feasible redevelopment plan for the site that leverages public investment to induce private sector development. DFI will assist developers with understanding and responding to the City’s requirements for the Mill’s redevelopment. Once DFI and City staff have reviewed all proposals, they will be presented to Hendersonville’s City Council with a recommendation for endorsement. While an endorsement by Council is not final approval, it will trigger an exclusive period of negotiation between the City and their selected partner for a development services agreement for the project.
The Development Finance Initiative (DFI) at the UNC School of Government partners with local governments in North Carolina to attract private investment for transformative projects by providing specialized finance and development expertise. DFI partners with communities on projects including building reuse, community development, downtown revitalization, economic development, and neighborhood redevelopment.
The City of Hendersonville, North Carolina (City) is interested in entering into an Agreement with a firm to provide on-call professional engineering design, permitting and construction management services for various streambank restoration and environmental and floodplain modeling/review/commenting/permitting projects. It is the intent of the City to select the best qualified firm on the basis of demonstrated competence and qualification and to engage the services of such firm for a period of five years.
The first project to be completed under this Agreement will involve a recently-funded Multi-area Streambank Restoration project. The City received a letter of intent from the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Infrastructure (DWI) to fund this project which involves the restoration of approximately sixteen (16) sites throughout the Hendersonville area. Most of the sites have the potential to impact existing City sanitary sewer infrastructure, which is what prompted the project. This proposed project will include, but not be limited to: surveying, design, permitting, bidding, construction administration and fulfilling any associated DWI reporting requirements. An Engineering Report has recently been completed by City staff and submitted to DWI for review. This document is provided here for reference.
REQUESTS FOR QUOTES TO GRIND BRUSH/LEAVES
The City of Hendersonville's Public Works Department is requesting quotes from experienced contractors to mobilize equipment to our yard waste facility and grind brush and leaves that we collect from town. A mandatory site visit is scheduled for January 25th between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Our yard waste facility is located at 98 Balfour Road Hendersonville NC. Quotes are due on February 8th before 12:00 PM and may be dropped off at the City Operation Center or emailed to email@example.com. For additional details and forms, please click on the RFQ. Call Tom Wooten at (828) 697-3084 if you have questions.
REQUEST FOR QUOTES TO CONVERT AN OFFICE BUILDING INTO A MEDICAL OFFICE
The City of Hendersonville's Public Works Department is seeking experienced contractors to complete alterations to the Patton Administration Building at 59 East Clairmont Street in Hendersonville (entrance to Patton Park off of HWY 25). The City plans to convert the existing office building into a medical office. The proposed work is outlined in this RFQ. A site visit is scheduled for January 24th between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM however other times can be arranged by contacting Tom Wooten at (828) 697-3084 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Quotes are due on February 16 at 12:00 PM and the project is expected to begin around March 1, 2017 and be completed before May 31, 2017.
The City of Hendersonville is requesting proposals from interested and qualified professional consultants or firms to comprehensively assess and revise or rewrite the existing Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances. The City seeks responses from consultants with experience working on projects of comparable size and scope as well as expertise in applicable best practices. Proposals are due by February 17, 2017. The RFP is provided here.