CORRECTION: CORRECTION: The New York City Health plus Hospitals is issuing an RFP for Elevator Maintenance and Repair Services. The goal and objective of this RFP is for NYC Health plus Hospitals to award a vendor(s) to materials and labor required to provide onsite Elevator Maintenance and Repair, including emergency service at all Health and Hospital facilities and as required and defined by this RFP.
It is the intent of these specifications, terms and conditions to describe full-service elevator maintenance and repair services and required by New York City Health and Hospital Corporation. The successful bidder(s) shall provide maximum availability and minimum downtime of all elevators through full-service preventive maintenance, and will fulfill all service repair requests in a satisfactory and prompt manner on an on-going and as-needed basis.
The Corporation intends to award 3 year contract(s), with two one year renewal terms for a total of 5 years (60 month) contract to the vendor(s) selected as the most responsible vendor(s) whose response conforms to the Request for Proposal (RFP) and meets the Corporations requirements.
Some of the minimum qualifications for this request are: (1) providing services in a health care environment in an urban setting for a minimum of 5 years: (2) Bidder shall possess all permits licenses and professional credentials necessary to supply product and perform services as specified under this RFP.
A MANDATORY CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD AT THE FIRST SITE INSPECTION: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2017
For a Complete list of required services and specification please refer to the RFP documents which is available for your review at http://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/doing-business-with-us/
In accordance with the New York State Executive Law, Article 15-A, Section 310, service contracts awarded with fees in excess of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) must comply with the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Womens Business Enterprise (WBE) program. The firm is required to utilize New York State-certified MBEs and WBEs as subcontractors to complete the work under this contract. The Corporation has established goals of M/WBE participation for this contract, as follows: MBE 20 percent and WBE 10 percent.