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From Proposal to Project

From the High Line to Hunters Point South Park, from environmental reviews to electrical work, all of our most transformative projects and daily business needs start with a procurement. And the first step is right here.

At NYCEDC, we regularly seek out real estate developers, construction companies, and service providers to help turn projects from idea to reality.

Procurement Opportunities

New Stapleton Waterfront. Photo by John Bartelstone/NYCEDC.

Awarded Contracts and Bid Results

View our recently awarded construction management contracts, public bids, and bid results.

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BAT Tenant MOMO Dressing. Photo by Kreg Holt/NYCEDC.

Doing Business

Extensive support, resources, and financing to help maximize your company’s potential.

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Procurement Tips/Explainers

Before you start the procurement process, here are some things to keep in mind.

  • Read the procurement documents carefully
  • Note that most projects have insurance requirements
  • Make sure to check for M/W/DBE goals on the project
  • Register your business with the City’s Procurement and Sourcing Solutions Portal in advance if possible

Vendor Resources

Because NYCEDC’s projects are generally funded with public funding sources, working with NYCEDC on many of our projects requires the completion and submission of certain forms and documents. Click here to register with PASSPort, a database of information of vendors who do business with NYC, learn how to obtain proof of insurance, download Doing Business Accountability project forms, and more.

Join our Vendors List

We use our Vendors List to notify companies of potential contracting opportunities in various fields and trades. By adding your company to the list, you’ll receive notification of upcoming contracting opportunities in your field(s) of expertise as they become available. Join now.

Equal Contracting Opportunity Statement

NYCEDC's policy is to provide equal opportunity for any business to compete for contracts using public funds, sourced, administered, or authorized by the City of New York.

Business Diversity

Minority-/Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and Disadvantaged Business Entities (DBE) are strongly encouraged to respond. For more information about certifying as M/WBE or DBE, visit the NYCEDC M/W/DBE program page.

Upcoming Capital Programs Opportunities

Interested in other upcoming solicitations for services in design, construction, construction management, and more? View the projects.