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Housing Authority (NYCHA)
90 Church Street, New York, NY 10007
Meddy Ghabaee
phone: (212) 306-4539
Goods and Services
Request for Proposals

PIN#67952 - Due: 4/29/2019 2:00 PM

Proposer shall electronically upload a single .pdf containing its Proposal, which may not exceed 4G, into iSupplier. Instructions for registering for iSupplier can be found at After Proposer registers for iSupplier, it typically takes 24 to 72 hours for Proposer’s iSupplier profile to be approved. It is Proposer’s sole responsibility to leave ample time to complete iSupplier registration and submit its Proposal through iSupplier before the Proposal Submission Deadline. NYCHA is not responsible for delays caused by technical difficulty or caused by any other occurrence. NYCHA will not accept Proposals via e-mail or facsimile. The submission of attachments containing embedded documents or proprietary file extensions is prohibited.

In addition to submitting the Proposal through iSupplier as described above, Proposer shall submit: (i) one (1) signed original hardcopy of its Proposal package labeled as “Original” and signed by a principal or officer of the Proposer who is duly authorized to commit the Proposer to fulfilling the Proposal, and (ii) six (6) hardcopies of its Proposal package. In addition to the paper copies of the Proposal, Proposers shall submit one (1) complete and exact copy of the Proposal on CD-ROM or Flash drive in Microsoft Office (2010 version or later) or Adobe pdf format. If there are any differences between the signed original hardcopy and any of the other hardcopies (or the electronic copy of the Proposal), the material in the signed original hardcopy will prevail.
The New York City Housing (NYCHA), by issuing this RFP, seeks proposals from qualified, experienced professionals to provide services as Owner’s Advisor on Design-Build and CM at Risk Project Delivery Methods for the Capital Program as detailed more fully within Section II of this RFP.

Prospective Proposers may submit, via e-mail, written questions concerning this Solicitation to NYCHA’s Coordinator Meddy Ghabaee at and copy Dawn Greggs at by no later than 2:00 p.m. on April 8, 2019. Questions submitted in writing must include the Proposer’s name, the name, title, address, telephone number and email address of the individual to whom responses to the Proposer’s question should be provided. NYCHA will provide all individuals that received a copy of this Solicitation with the questions posed to NYCHA’s Coordinator by the Solicitation Question Deadline, along with NYCHA’s responses, within a reasonable time after the Solicitation Question Deadline.

Interested firms are invited to obtain a copy on NYCHA`s website. To conduct a search for the RFP number; vendors are instructed to open the link: Once on that page, please make a selection from the first three links highlighted in red: New suppliers for those who have never registered with iSupplier, Current NYCHA suppliers and vendors for those who have supplied goods or services to NYCHA in the past but never requested a login ID for iSupplier, and Login for registered suppliers if you already have an iSupplier ID and password. Once you are logged into iSupplier, select “Sourcing Supplier,” then “Sourcing” followed by “Sourcing Homepage” and then reference the applicable RFP/Solicitation number.

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