RFPs & Bids


The City of Hendersonville is requesting informal bids until 11:00 am on October 23, 2020, for the furnishing of materials, labor, and equipment for the construction of Hebron Pressure Zone Water Improvements. Informal bids may be either delivered to the City of Hendersonville Operations Center, 305 Williams Street, Hendersonville, NC 28792 or emailed to Adam Steurer at asteurer@hvlnc.gov. All Informal bids, whether delivered or emailed, must be received by October 23, at 11:00 am.


Generally, the project consists of the installation of approximately 2,075 linear feet of 6-inch and 8-inch diameter ductile iron water main and appurtenances; two master meter vaults and associated piping, and abandonment of an existing water pumping station. Connections to the existing water distribution system will be made at several locations. The project’s intent is to boost pressures and available fire flows in the area.


  1. A bid bond or bid deposit is not required.
  2. There will be no pre-bid meeting. Please direct all project-related questions to me, email is preferred.
  3. There will be no public bid opening.


Attached for your consideration are the Bid Documents. If you’re interested in the project, please complete and return the Proposal Form, Summary Sheet, Agreement Form, and Non-collusion Affidavit. Please refer to the full bid document package for specifications and other items pertaining to contract requirements.



The City of Hendersonville, North Carolina is advertising for the 2020 Street Resurfacing Project.  An optional pre-bid conference will be held on August 24, 2020 at 9 AM in the small conference room at the City Operation Center.  Bids will be opened on August 28, 2020 at 9 AM in the small conference room at the City Operation Center.  The project will be awarded at the September 3, 2020 City Council Meeting.  Bid packages can be obtained by contacting Tom Wooten at twooten@hvlnc.gov or by calling 828-697-3084.     




The City of Hendersonville, North Carolina is requesting proposals from qualified consulting firms to conduct and asset inventory and assessment of the City’s stormwater infrastructure system. The proposal requires the contractor to submit a work plan for collection of elevation data, pipe connectivity, structure condition, and photographic images for inlets and junction boxes and associated piping in Drainage Basins delineated and identified by the City.

The purpose of this project is to obtain precise location and condition data for structural stormwater assets in the City. The proposed project will include, but not be limited to coordinating GIS mapping, field data collection, locating and inspecting infrastructure, and assessing the condition of existing stormwater assets. The City has adopted an Asset Management policy and approach for the stormwater utility that necessitates system wide inventory of the stormwater infrastructure. In general, the system includes all those pipes and storm structures that are within the City right of way, on City-owned property, or in an easement that is properly conveyed to the City. All structures that are part of this system should be surveyed. In addition, data should be collected on those pipes and structures that connect to the City’s system up to the point at which they discharge into an open channel or stream. The stormwater asset inventory will be used by the City for operation, maintenance and capital project planning. This RFQ may be responded to by an individual firm or joint venture (team).

Submissions must be sent in PDF format and emailed to mhuffman@hvlnc.gov by 2:00 p.m. local time on Friday, September 4th, 2020.  PDF files must contain the signatures of company representatives who are authorized to execute documents on behalf of the firm.  The total length of the qualification statement, excluding any cover letter or appendices, shall be no more than thirty (30) pages. Qualification statements received after the deadline will not be considered.  Any questions regarding this request should be directed to Michael Huffman, Stormwater Administrator, City of Hendersonville, NC at (828) 697-3013 or mhuffman@hvlnc.gov.


For Supporting GIS Data Please Contact Michael Huffman via email @ mhuffman@hvlnc.gov.