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Formal Procurement Opportunities
Formal solicitations include procurement purchases of goods or services estimated to cost more than $300,000. JEA purchases are made through a competitive bidding process. If you are interested in a particular solicitation please view specifications below. To get additional information regarding a solicitation, please use the links below to register to be added to our mailing list.
All bid openings are held on Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. at JEA, 21 W. Church Street in the Customer Center 1st Floor, Room 002 (unless otherwise noted). Sealed bid/proposal packets must be submitted to the Bid Office by 12:00 noon prior to bid opening at 2:00 p.m.
127-19 (ITN) Strategic Alternatives
The objective of this Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) is to evaluate proposals on strategic alternatives, subject to the minimum requirements JEA has set forth in the Strategic Alternatives Process Section of this ITN, that are aligned with JEA’s goal of maximizing customer, community, environmental, and financial value over the long term. JEA will consider proposals that build upon JEA’s strengths and seek to eliminate certain existing business constraints.
- Written questions due via email to the designated Procurement Representatives on 2:00 p.m. on September 10, 2019
- Replies and all required documents due to the JEA Procurement Bid Office on 12:00 p.m. on October 7, 2019
- Bid Evaluation Meeting held on October 14, 2019
- Negotiation phase to begin October 15, 2019
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139-19 ITN JEA FY20 Light and Medium Duty Vehicle Procurement Acquisition
The purpose of this Invitation to Negotiate (the "ITN") is to solicit pricing for the purchase of eighty-two vehicles within the vehicle class categories of 115, 116, 117, 119, 122+, 123, 130, and 136 for JEA’s FY 20 requirements for both replacement and expansion projects for the Electric and Water departments.
Bid Due Date: October 22, 2019
001-20 (RFP) Construction Management-at-Risk (CMAR) Services for the Nassau Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) Upgrade Projects
JEA requests Proposals from interested and qualified Proposers to provide Construction Management-at-Risk (CMAR) services during design and construction of the Nassau Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) Upgrade Projects (the “Project” or the “Work”). The Work generally includes pre-construction and construction services for the upgrade projects. Additional information can be found in Appendix A - Scope of Work and Appendix C Project Definitions.
The scope of work to be performed under this solicitation consists of CMAR services for the Nassau WRF Upgrade Projects. The projects to be constructed are listed below. These projects are needed to update the treatment process at the Nassau WRF to meet current and future needs.
1. Radio Avenue Class III/IV MPS-S Pump Station
2. Radio Avenue Reclaimed Water Storage Tank and Booster Pump Station
3. Nassau WRF Drainage Improvements
4. Nassau WRF Reclaimed Water Storage Tank, UV and Pumps
5. Nassau WRF RIB Modification
6. Nassau WRF 5-Stage Bardenpho Oxidation Ditch Process
Proposal Due Date: November 19, 2019
002-20 (RFP) Engineering Services for the Park and King 13.2/4 kV Substation
The scope of work includes design for the Park and King Substation site located in the Riverside and Avondale Historic District. Due to the age of the existing switchgear and transformer, as well as the desire to keep the 4kV system operational within the historic district, JEA has elected to replace the substation with new and modern equipment.
Various new technologies and practices have emerged since this substation was originally build circa 1956. JEA’s plan would be to implement new features such as a masonry blast wall, arc quenching/terminating technology, fiber optic communication, and a redundant station service feed.
The project’s in-service date is September 30, 2021.
This substation will be provisioned for one (1) power transformer, one (1) power block, with one (1) main breaker and two (2) feeder breakers.
Proposal Due Date: October 29, 2019
003-20 (RFP) Engineering Services for the 69 kV circuit 663 Reconductor
The scope of work includes design for Circuit 663 and the site is located on real property owned by JEA from Firestone Substation at 6916 Rampart Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32244 to Hamilton Substation at 4534 Lexington Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32210 Due to the shutdown of the SJRPP plant, JEA is experiencing a higher load from the west and southwest portions of the 69kV system. This causes the line to overload regularly under various contingencies. Switching out the line to one with a higher thermal rating will allow JEA to import additional power from FPL’s Duval Substations to serve the increasing loads in the eastern portion of the 69kV system. It is approximated that 98 wood poles will need to be replaced with a combination of steel and spun-cast concrete poles. This is to accommodate the heavier conductor type and improve overall system reliability.
Bid Due Date: November 19, 2019