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This information is intended to provide the business community with early notice for potential procurement opportunities at DEN, allow companies to meet DEN project managers, and allow firms to network and foster relationships with each other. Projects included in this table are in their early stages of planning, and critical information about these projects (e.g. date and goals) may be unknown and are otherwise subject to change. The City and County of Denver may, in its discretion, cancel, modify, or place any project on hold at any time, for any reason.

DivisionProject NameProject Description (Exactly as it will appear in BidNet posting and all outreach materials)Anticipated BidNet Advertisement DateKey ScopesAnticipated Contract Value
Airline Affairs & Airport Properties [email protected]Fixed Based Operator Request for ProposalsThe Denver International Airport is soliciting competitive proposals from qualified firms to operate and maintain a full-service world class Fixed Based Operator that supports and compliments the general aviation activities that occur at DEN. The proposals will be expected to reflect the Proposer’s vision of providing luxury service and accommodations that meet and exceed the needs of the diverse clientele being served at the FBO facility. Signature Flight Support is the current FBO leaseholder, operating the sole FBO at DEN with a 30-year lease that will expire on February 28, 2025. Additionally, upcoming construction of Taxiway L is expected to start in 2025 and will result in the elimination of the aircraft/equipment parking area that is currently available for use on the east side of the vehicle service road. Operational impacts arising from construction are expected during the project, with FBO aircraft arrivals and departures expected to be particularly affected. Sep-24Fixed Based Operator$50M to $99.99M
Business Technologies [email protected]M365 Management ServicesDenver International Airport (DEN) is licensed to use the Microsoft 365 productivity platform. The subscription includes Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneDrive. This application is used by DEN departments to manage their data processing requirements. This statement of work is comprised of software license acquisition, support services, and professional services. Jun-24•Consultant must be a Microsoft (“MS”) Gold or Silver Partner. •As a qualified MS license provider, the consultant must be able to provide the following licensing maintenance and support for: MS products & Service Agreements (EA), MS Server & Cloud Enrollment (SCE), and MS Unified Enterprise Support. •Consultant should have 3 years or more licensing and support experience.$2M to $4.99M
Business Technologies [email protected]ServiceNow Management ServicesDenver International Airport (DEN) Business Technologies Service Management Platform is ServiceNow. The application is used by all DEN organizational units to request and manage IT services. The project scope is comprised of software license acquisition, support services, professional services, and training services for the ServiceNow platform. Aug-24•Consultant will be a ServiceNow authorized provider from which DEN will obtain its licenses. •As a qualified ServiceNow authorized provider, the consultant will ensure DEN has the appropriate subscription licenses for all users accessing the DEN ServiceNow system for each of the modules activated in the current subscription agreement. •Consultant will provide professional services as needed, and training services on the ServiceNow platform currently used by DEN. •Consultant should have 5 years or more ServiceNow licensing, support, professional and training experience.$2M to $4.99M
Commercial Business [email protected]ConRACOur first opportunity would likely be for a project management team to represent DEN from RFP to Operational completions. That opportunity would be a “dream team” of sorts, including design, construction, operation, law specialists, and more.Jun-24design, construction, operation, law specialists, and more
Concessions [email protected]C-Center-Mezz Food & Beverage Casual Dining w/ Bar
Denver International Airport (DEN) will be conducting a Request for Proposal (RFP) competitive selection process for an operator to build and operate the offered Concessions (Center Core Mezzanine Level Food and Beverage Casual Dining Restaurant with Bar). Location will be approximately 5,362.2 square feet.
Jun-24F&B Operator$5M to $9.99M
ConcessionsB West Sub Core 2 Quick Service Restaurant Delicatessen SBEC​ ​​Denver International Airport (DEN) will be conducting a Request for Proposals (RFP) competitive selection process for a certified Small Business Enterprise Concessionaire (SBEC) to design, build, and operate a food and beverage location in B West Sub Core 2 concourse level of Concourse B. This location is intended for the development of quick service restaurant delicatessen concept that will service a high volume of passengers. The location will be approximately 1,446.1 square feet in an inline concession space. The term of this opportunity is twelve (12) years. ​ Jun-24SBEC F&B Operator $5M to $9.99M
Concessions [email protected] B West Sub Core 2 Quick Service Restaurant Burger Denver International Airport (DEN) will be conducting a Request for Proposals (RFP) competitive selection process for an operator to manage a food and beverage location in B West Sub Core 2 concourse level of Concourse B. This location is intended for the development of quick service restaurant burger concept that will service a high volume of passengers. The location will be approximately 1,494.3 square feet in an inline concession space. The term of this opportunity is twelve (12) years.Jun-24F&B Operator $2M to $4.99M
Concessions [email protected]C East Sub Core 1 – SBEC Specialty Coffee C_Sub_E104K-1SBEC Specialty Coffee on C Concourse East Sub Core 1 Concourse Level approximately 378 square feet.Jun-24SBEC F&B Concession operator$2M to $4.99M
Concessions [email protected]C_Sub_E104K-1 – 100% SBEC Specialty CoffeeDenver International Airport (DEN) will be conducting a Request for Proposal (RFP) competitive selection process for an operator to design, build, and manage a 100% SBEC owned and operated specialty coffee food & beverage location on Concourse C East Sub Core 1. This concept location will be comprised of a 100% SBEC owned and operated Specialty Coffee concept. The location will be approximately 400 square feet. The Term of this opportunity is 12-years. Jun-24None$2M to $4.99M
Concessions [email protected] Currency Exchange Package RFP 1-4Denver International Airport (DEN) wil be conducting a Request for Proposals (RFP) competitive selection process for an operator to manage a package of four Currency Exchange locations. The Center core Concourse A, B & C locations will each be 78 square feet and the Great Hall location will be 308.7 square feet for a total of 542.7 square feet.Sep-24Currency Exchange Operators$500K to $1.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC)GARDI A Southeast (A40-A46)This project will rehabilitate the apron airfield pavement at Concourse A, Gates A40, A42, A44, and A46 during the fall of 2024 to the spring of 2025. The pavement rehabilitation includes a full depth pavement reconstruction and the installation of a drainable base layer. The pavement reconstruction will take place from the Concourse building face to the outer VSR trench drain and will re-establish positive drainage of the apron. In addition to pavement reconstruction, various gate apron utilities will be rehabilitated and replaced as necessary.

Proposed utility improvements include Jet fuel vault improvements, removal and replacement of gate houses, jet fuel hydrant pits, Emergency Fuel Shut Off (EFSO) infrastructure, storm drainage infrastructure, sanitary sewer infrastructure, Denver Water Vaults and fire-hydrants, and various passenger loading bridge enhancements, as required.
Jun-24Heavy Civil Construction. Underground Utilities (Water, Sewer, Storm, Jet Fuel, Electrical), Asphalt and Concrete Paving. $10M to $49.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]Gun Club Road Traffic Signal and Access RoadThe project consists of the construction of a new Traffic Signalized intersection at Gun Club Road and Site Access Road and for proposed development. Additional work elements include 75th Avenue widening for left turn deceleration lane, grading, and storm drainage infrastructure.May-24Concrete Pavement, Traffic Signal and Electrical, Earthwork$2M to $4.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]Gun Club Road Development Access and Traffic SignalConstruction of new Access Road and Traffic Signal from Gun Club to proposed development site. The work includes the new concrete paving and traffic signal installation. May-24Concrete Paving and Earthwork$2M to $4.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]PMIS Development On-Call ContractThis on-call contract involves the development and integration of the Design, Engineering, and Construction (DEC) division’s PMIS systems to improve DEN’s ability to deliver on-time and on-budget projects, with real-time access to project information and status while minimizing the costs associated with the implementation of DEN’s Capital Improvement Program.
The Consultant will be the principle PMIS staffing source to DEN’s Program Management Office (PMO) to provide professional and technical support for the following work streams of this contract:
• Implementation of new business processes
• Enhancements of existing business processes
• Technical Support
• Organizational Change Management
• Reporting
The Consultant will be an integral members of DEN’s Program Management Office team and a true Owner’s Representative to the airport.
DEN’s PMIS systems are Unifier, Primavera P6 & EPPM, Analytics, Textura, Workday and Microsoft Office tools.
Jun-24Systems architect, systems developer, data analyst and technical support staff for Oracle systems$2M to $4.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]On Call Architectural and Engineering ServicesOn Call Architectural and Engineering ServicesJun-24Architectural and Engineering Services$10M to $49.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]On Call SBE Architectural and Engineering ServicesArchitectural and Engineering Services (from Certified Small Business Enterprises)Jun-24Architectural and Engineering Services$2M to $4.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]2024 Terminal Flat Roofing ReplacementDesign/Build delivery to replace 380K sf of EPDM roofing system with new assemblyJun-24Primarily Roofing, with a lot of General support and a little bit of electrical$10M to $49.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]2024 General Construction (GC) On-Call ContractThis contract establishes a pool of qualified contractors available to Denver International Airport&%2339;s Design, Engineering, and Construction (DEC) Department on an as-needed basis.

Selected contractors will be awarded task orders for specific design, engineering, and construction projects within a defined there (3) year term, with the possibility of two one-year extensions. This allows the airport to access a diverse range of expertise efficiently and avoid lengthy procurement processes for smaller projects. Services will be awarded through task orders issued by DEC for specific projects, ensuring flexibility and responsiveness to airport needs.

The full contract document will outline specific details regarding the scope of work, qualification criteria, and compensation.
Jun-24General Construction Contractors$10M to $49.99M
Design, Engineering and Construction (DEC) [email protected]Peña Boulevard Design Engineering Services and NEPA (I-70 to E-470)Denver International Airport (DEN) is seeking a professional consultant to complete the Design and NEPA tasks for potential cross-sectional improvements to Peña Boulevard between I-70 and E-470. This Project involves multi-modal solutions to the Peña Boulevard corridor through managed lanes, adjacent multiuse trail facilities, transportation demand management (TDM), and incentivizing high-occupancy vehicles and public transit. The Project will build upon previous work including corridor studies, mobility studies, traffic modeling and alternative concepts study. For more information, visit: https://www.flydenver.com/about-den/projects-and-infrastructure/pena-master-plan/Jun-24Transportation NEPA, Traffic Engineering, Roadway Design, Utility Coordination, Ecology, Communication, Surveying$5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]DEN Tunnel CleaningThis request is for a competitive RFP process to select a qualified contractor to provide Tunnel cleaning services at Denver International Airport (DEN). Tunnel areas include ramps from the apron down into tunnels, from the main up/down rows, including fingers on each concourse, including center core, baggage, floors, and ceilings.

Cleaning services include cleaning, sweeping, scrubbing, pressure washing, picking up and removal of trash, grease spills, removing accumulated water from leaks, and related duties.
May-24N/A$5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]DEN Curbside Cleaning ServicesDenver International Airport (DEN) is seeking contractor to provide curbside cleaning services. Cleaning services areas include, but not limited to: DEN Terminal levels 1-6 both east and west sides, stairwells, Plaza, and RTD train platforms.
Responsibilities include sidewalks, curbs, railings, pillars, crosswalks, drainage areas, ceiling grates above the sidewalk next to terminal on levels 4 and 5 east and west, all benches, trash receptacles, signs, and related areas.
All trash shall be removed, and surfaces shall be pressure washed. Surfaces must be visibly clean and free from dirt, grime, and stains with special attention to high-traffic areas.
All water and debris shall be contained during cleaning operation.
Jul-24N/A$5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Restroom Jetting ServicesThis Contract aims to ensure consistent completion of the Restroom Jetting PMs throughout all public-facing locations throughout DEN bi-annually. CCTV before and after is an expectation, with images provided to DEN.
The Contractor will supply all tools and equipment to complete the PM, repairs will be made by the contractor. Epoxy cast iron, fittings, and NH bands will be supplied by DEN. The contractor must be able to design, engineer, and construct the entire scope of work.
May-24Plumbing, jetting, CCTV$500K to $1.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Central Utility Plant Mechanical and Maintenance ServicesThis project is to provide scheduled maintenance and scheduled or emergency repair services for the chillers, boilers, and any associated equipment at Denver International Airport (DEN) for theCentral Utility Plant, A Concourse (Pre-conditioned Air), and C Concourse (Pre-conditioned Air), Terminal, Hotel, Airport Office Building, CCA, CCB, CCC, & AGTS pump rooms. The Contractor must be licensed by the Community Planning division of the City and County of Denver, and trained in repair and maintenance of Trane, MultiStack, Cleaver Brooks, Superior and Volcano equipment. The selected contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and all other items and services necessary.May-24HVAC, licensing and training in repair and maintenance of Trane, MultiStack, Cleaver Brooks, Superior and Volcano equipment.$5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Trash Conveyor and Chute Maintenance and RepairsThis request is for a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a qualified contractor to provide industrial cleaning, transportation, and disposal of biosolids located at Denver International Airport Lift Stations %231 and %232. This service will secure the disposal of waste solids necessary for the capacity of the pit and pumps while in compliance with all pertinent local, state and federal regulations. The budget was developed based on historical of bi-annual cleanings and repairs.
Trash Chutes – x35
• Intake/discharge door
• Interior of chute
• Exterior of chute including all connection points, structure supports, fire doors
• Determine overall operation is safe and in good working condition
Conveyors
• Visual inspection of all carrying and return idlers, ensuring all are straight and free of debris
• Fill automatic oilers
• Grease bearings. Idlers and Slewing Bearings
• Adjust belt tension as needed
May-24noneLess than $500K
Maintenance [email protected]Lift Station Cleaning This request is for a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a qualified contractor to provide industrial cleaning, transportation, and disposal of biosolids located at Denver International Airport Lift Stations %231 and %232. This service will secure the disposal of waste solids necessary for the capacity of the pit and pumps while in compliance with all pertinent local, state and federal regulations. The budget was developed based on historical of bi-annual cleanings and repairs. May-24Waste disposal. Confined Space/trained and certified. $2M to $4.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Restroom Jetting ServicesRestroom Jetting PMs throughout all public-facing locations throughout DEN bi-annually, including CCTV imaging before and after. Currently, DEN cannot commit the labor needed to accomplish this task. The importance of completing this contract contributes to reduced downtimes caused by clogs. May-24Plumbing$500K to $1.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Dielectric Union Mechanical UpgradeThe scope of this project is to remove existing dielectric unions and replace them with dielectric nipples and isolation valves on heating and chill water lines throughout the airport. Scope also includes installing butterfly valves on all heating and chill water supply and return main piping serving main equipment located in our Legacy mechanical rooms. Insulate all piping when work is complete. The project aims to enhance the efficiency and functionality of the system while ensuring enhanced isolation and control of system utilities for the DEN HVAC Maintenance department.Jun-24Welding Certification, Plumbing Contractor A License, $5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Trash Conveyer and Trash Chutes Maintenance This request is for a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a qualified contractor to provide routine inspections, preventative and predictive maintenance, repairs, and replacement services and parts on existing Trash chutes (35x), semi-annually and Trash Conveyors (x7) monthly for 5 years. Jun-24no special trades required$500K to $1.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Roofing Repair and Maintenance Services, Supplies and Related ProductsDenver International Airport (DEN) Facility Maintenance is seeking a qualified contractor to provide all necessary equipment, tools, materials, and qualified/trained personnel to perform roofing repair and maintenance services, waterproofing, and related services, and products at various locations within DEN facilities. Work assignments may include, but not limited to roof inspections, maintenance, repair, retrofit, and replacement. Contractor responsibilities include but are not limited to: supervision, labor, materials, equipment, removal, and disposal services of existing roofing, permits and licensing to complete assigned projects. Sheet metal roofing repair and maintenance services may also be assigned as projects. Jun-24The Contractor must have a current/valid City and County of Denver Class D Metal Roofing license and Class D Roofing Covering and Waterproofing license in good standing at both the city and state level.$5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Fleet Auto Body Repair Services & PartsSelect a qualified contractor to provide auto body repair services and associated parts and materials for Denver International Airport (DEN) Fleet Maintenance. Auto body repairs services include, but not limited to: panel replacement, painting, decal replacement, mechanical, electrical, refinish, detailing, towing, hazardous waste, and warranty. Associated parts and materials include: OEM Parts, paint materials and/or after-market parts. Aug-24Requested turnaround time for repairs is 14 days. Requesting vendor to provide pickup and delivery services.$2M to $4.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Deicing Waste System Maintenance, Repair, and Replacement ServicesThe primary focus of this SOW includes ongoing maintenance, repair, and replacement of pumps (vertical turbine and submersible), VFDs, valves, actuators, sluice gates, flow meters, fluid level indicators, conveyance, pond liners, and associated control systems (SCADA) to support storage and discharge of fluid to the sanitary as required. Due to the complexities of the system and the varying expertise required in maintaining the system, DEN is seeking a qualified vendor to work with various groups within the airport to maintain operational functionality of the DIW system. Jun-24This covers a variety of trades to include expertise in pumps (vertical turbine and submersible), VFDs, valves, actuators, sluice gates, flow meters, fluid level indicators, conveyance, pond liners, manholes, piping, conveyance and associated control systems, specifically SCADA. SCADA system technical expertise for software upgrades/maintenance/hardware interface and other support.$5M to $9.99M
Maintenance [email protected]Central Utility PlantThis request is for a competitive RFP to select a qualified contractor to provide Central Utility Plant (CUP) Operations and Maintenance Services, electrical, and plumbing related services.
Budget was developed by review of internal cost, external support agreements, and external term estimates.
CUP operations are a critical piece of DEN infrastructure and must be continuously maintained for airport operations
Jun-24“Project Engineer, HVAC Technicians, Chief Engineer, Operating Engineer, Central Monitoring Station Operator, Maintenance Mechanic.$10M to $49.99M
Parking & Transportation [email protected]DEN 24 Hour Towing Services ContractProvide professional 24 hour on site standby, contingency and emergency towing services at DEN.Jun-24$500K to $1.99M
Sustainability [email protected]Electric Vehicle Charging InstallationDenver International Airport (DEN) is requesting proposals to increase the number of public and employee electric vehicle (EV) charging stations available at the airport.  DEN has adopted the City and County of Denver’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets – a 65% reduction by 2030 and Net Zero emissions by 2040. While these reduction targets are specific to scope 1 and 2 emissions, DEN is also committed to reducing Scope 3 emissions through supporting the transition to lower-carbon ground transportation options.  Meeting these ambitious targets will require a significant increase in EV adoption rates.  This RFP seeks to expand EV charging availability by developing a partnership to leverage Airport properties and/or rights of way.  



DEN is requesting proposals for sustainable business models and partnership opportunities with third-party electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) providers who will design, install, operate, maintain, and own publicly accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure on Airport property at low or no cost to the airport. Sites may include public parking lots and garages, employee-specific parking areas, and other developed and undeveloped areas determined to be advantageous locations for charging. Denver International Airport is proposing specific sites for respondents to evaluate and propose options; however, respondents may suggest additional sites on Airport-owned property for consideration.  
Jun-24EV Station design, construction, operation and maintenanceLess than $500K

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