General contractors, developers, and architects are selected to partner on rehabilitation and development programs through competitive Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) processes. Please download and review the appropriate document below that details the requirements and qualifications necessary.

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General Contractors

Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program
General Contractor Request For Qualifications

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) and its subsidiary, Restoring Urban Neighborhoods LLC (“RUN, LLC”) to determine the eligibility of experienced General Contractors to participate in the rehabilitation of vacant 1 to 3 family homes that Restored Homes will purchase from the New York City Housing Authority (“NYCHA”) and New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”). Upon the NYCHA and HPD transfer of ownership of these homes to Restored Homes, qualified General Contractors will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this RFQ.

This RFQ has been issued to determine the eligibility of responding organizations (“Applicants”) to serve as General Contractors in the development of the homes within the required specified timetable. After purchasing the properties, Restored Homes will be responsible to undertake all predevelopment activities, oversee rehabilitation and sell the properties directly to low-to-moderate income families within a very strict timeframe. For assistance with the development and construction processes, Restored Homes will contract with selected General Contractors. These General Contractors will be directly responsible for planning and executing the rehabilitation plans in collaboration with a green building consultant and Restored Homes. The General Contractors’ workload is dependent upon the scopes of work for each building.

Selection of Applicants under this RFQ means only that Restored Homes has determined that such Applicants meet the requirements set forth in this RFQ to participate in Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program and that Restored Homes may elect to execute a contract with such Applicants regarding the Development of homes. A pre-qualified list of General Contractors will be compiled from which Restored Homes will select to work on the rehabilitation of these vacant homes. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

ISSUE DATE: April 10, 2017

RFQ RESPONSE DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

NYCHA General Contractor RFQ with Forms

 

Build-It-Back Acquisition, Relocation, and Buyout Program
Invitation For Bids – Demolition

The Invitation for Bids (“IFB”) being issued by Project Rebuild, Inc. (“Project Rebuild”) a not-for-profit entity affiliated with Neighborhood Restore HDFC and formed for the purpose of administering the Build-It-Back Acquisition, Relocation, and Buyout Program (“Program”), to determine the eligibility of Contractors (“Applicants”) experienced in demolition of vacant properties throughout New York City.

Project Rebuild is seeking Applicants to provide demolition services for the Program as described in more detail in Section II. Scope of Work of the attached IFB.

Qualified Applicants will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this IFB. The contract(s) will be awarded to the Applicant(s) that is determined to be the best value, by optimizing quality, cost, and efficiency and therefore is determined to be most advantageous to the Program. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

ISSUE DATE: October 18, 2016

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on  a rolling basis.

Invitation for Bids – Demolition

 

Build-It-Back Acquisition, Relocation, and Buyout Program
Invitation For Bids – Fencing, Securing, and Maintaining

The Invitation For Bids – Fencing, Securing, and Maintenance of Vacant Sites (“IFB”) is being issued by Project Rebuild, Inc. (“PRI”) a not-for-profit entity affiliated with Neighborhood Restore HDFC and formed for the purpose of administering the Build-It-Back Acquisition, Relocation, and Buyout Program (“Program”), to determine the eligibility of Contractors (“Applicants”) experienced in fencing, securing and maintaining vacant homes and properties throughout New York City.

PRI is seeking Applicants to provide complete property security and maintenance services for the Program as described in more detail in Section II. Scope of Work.

Qualified Applicants will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this IFB. The contract(s) will be awarded to the Applicant(s) that is determined to be the best value, by optimizing quality, cost, and efficiency and therefore is determined to be most advantageous to the Program.  It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

ISSUE DATE: August 10, 2016

SUBMISSION DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on  a rolling basis.

Invitation for Bids – Fencing Securing Maintenance

 

Architects

Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program
Architect Request For Qualifications

This Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) is being issued by Restored Homes Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Restored Homes”) and its subsidiary, Restoring Urban Neighborhoods LLC (“RUN, LLC”) to determine the eligibility of experienced Architects to participate in the rehabilitation of vacant single family homes that Restored Homes will purchase from the New York City Housing Authority (“NYCHA”) and New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”). Upon the NYCHA and HPD transfer of ownership of these homes to Restored Homes, qualified Architects will be selected from among the list of Applicants who qualify through this RFQ.

This RFQ has been issued to determine the eligibility of responding organizations (“Applicants”) to serve as Architects in the development of NYC properties within the required specific timetable. After purchasing the properties, Restored Homes will be responsible to undertake all predevelopment activities, oversee rehabilitation and sell the properties directly to low-to-moderate income families within a very strict timeframe. For assistance with the development and construction processes, Restored Homes will contract with selected Architects. These Architects will be directly responsible for planning and executing the rehabilitation plans in collaboration with a green building consultant and Restored Homes. The Architects’ workload is dependent upon the scopes of work for each building.

Selection of Applicants under this RFQ means only that Restored Homes has determined that such Applicants meet the requirements set forth in this RFQ to participate in Small Homes Rehab – NYCHA Program and that Restored Homes may elect to execute a contract with such Applicants regarding the development of homes. A pre-qualified list of architectural firms will be compiled from which Restored Homes will select Architects to work on the rehabilitation of a cluster of homes. It is important to note that not all Applicants deemed qualified will be selected to participate in the Program.

ISSUE DATE: February 8, 2017

RFQ RESPONSE DUE DATE: Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

NYCHA Architect RFQ with Forms

Developers

 

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