Procurement

Procurement Policy

The Authority’s Procurement Policy exists to ensure the fair and equitable treatment of all persons involved in public purchasing, to ensure that the purchases are cost-effective, and includes safeguards to maintain a standard system of quality and integrity. It applies to every expenditure of public funds by the Authority, regardless of the funds’ source.

Briefly, Authority contracts are awarded by competitive sealed bids or proposals. Public notice of invitation for either bids or proposals—along with the necessary specifications—will be made.

The full text of our Procurement Policy

Bids & Requests

Here are our most recent bids and requests:

Water Treatment Chemicals

The Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority is requesting sealed bids for the purchase of water treatment chemicals:

•  Advertisement – Invitation to Bid
•  Bid Documents Package
•  Addendum No. 1 (February 5, 2021)
•  Addendum No. 2 (February 19, 2021)

Treatment Trains 5 & 6 Rehabilitation Project

The Authority is requesting sealed bids for the Treatment Trains 5 & 6 Rehabilitation Project. Work includes all ancillary and appurtenant work connected with this replacement, including emptying, cleaning, concrete restoration and protective coating application for six (6) multimedia filters, two (2) solid contact units, and other ancillary concrete chambers and spaces, rehabilitation of the rake drive and rapid mixer drives in the solid contact units. It will include the rebuilding of the six (6) multi-media filters with all new filtration media and associated stainless steel underdrain repairs, and removal and replacement of fifty-six (56) filter control valves with actuators.

•  Advertisement – Invitation to Bid
•  Bid Documents Package
•  Project Specifications
•  Technical Drawings
•  Addendum No. 1 (02/19/21)
•  Addendum No. 2 (02/26/21)

Treatment Trains 5 & 6 Rehabilitation Project - Construction Phase Services

The Authority is requesting ‘Statement of Qualifications’ (SOQ) from consultants for the purpose of providing professional engineering services to perform and complete the project known as the ‘Treatment Trains 5 & 6 Rehabilitation Project Construction Phase Services’. The work effort may require multi-disciplinary expertise including engineering, architectural, surveying, materials testing and construction management and inspection services.

•  Advertisement – Request for Consultant Statement of Qualifications
•  SOQ Information Package
•  Professional Services Evaluation Committee (PSEC) Memo
•  PSEC Notice of Meeting