Below is a list of current SHA solicitations and applicable addenda. To review and/or print any of these documents, please click on the corresponding file. To be considered, offers must be received by the Purchasing Department no later than the noted expiration date.
IFB elevator preventative maintenance repair and testing services
The Springfield Housing Authority (SHA) is seeking bids from interested Companies that are capable of providing elevator preventative maintenance repair and testing services. Three year contract, for 18 elevators. Renewal up to two additional yrs, pending funding availability. Bids due March 9, 2018 @ 10 AM. Bid info available @ 60 Congress St., 4th floor Purchasing or via email request to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RFP for Early Warning Detection System
The Springfield Housing Authority (SHA) is seeking proposals from interested Companies that are capable of providing a RFP for Early Warning Detection Systems. Licensed alarm and sprinkler companies to furnish all labor, materials, annual inspection/testing for SHA fire, smoke, CO2 and sprinkler detection systems. Three year contract commencing April 1, 2018. Pre-proposal conference Wednesday, February 28th @10AM @ 60 congress St. 4th floor conference room. RFP due March 8, 2018 @10AM. For details and info please request via email to email@example.com, or package can be obtained @SHA Purchasing Office, 60 Congress St., 4th floor, Springfield MA 01104
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO POTENTIAL VENDORS: Springfield Housing Authority issued contracts are governed by the SHA Procurement Policy, Massachusetts General Laws c.30B, Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 85.36 and applicable HUD regulations regarding competitive proposals. The SHA reserves the right to reject any and all proposals or parts therein. Award of contracts in excess of $25,000.00 is subject to approval by the SHA Board of Commissioners. It is the responsibility of any vendor to periodically check the web site to confirm addendum or submission deadline changes. Therefore, it is ultimately the responsibility of the vendor to ensure that they have a complete and accurate solicitation package, and any addenda issued, if any, before submitting their formal bid or proposal package to the Authority.