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During the past five years,* small and emerging small businesses (SEBs) received nearly $16M in construction contracts and subcontracts, representing nearly 16% of the total construction amount contracted through the City’s CSO Program over the same period of time.
In addition, approximately $21M in construction contracts and subcontracts went to minority and/or women-owned businesses as a part of the Federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program for those projects that received federal funding during that same period of time.
Listed below are upcoming CSO construction projects with identified categories of work through 2021. Please note that this schedule is subject to change.*2015–2019
With Identified Categories of Work through 2021
As of December 2020
These construction bid opportunities are listed on the City of Omaha Public Works website. Refer to the City's website often to stay up-to-date on construction opportunities. Invitations for construction review workshops are published in the Omaha World Herald. (Download table as a PDF.)
|Project||Blake Street Lift Station (and Gravity Sewer)||Nicholas Street Sewer Separation, Phase 3B||Monroe Street Lift Station Improvements|
|Project Type||Conveyance||Sewer Separation||Major Projects|
|Q1 2021||Q1 2021||Q2 2021|
|Q2 2021||Q3 2021||Q4 2021|
|Construction Estimate||$1-5 Million||$15-20 Million||$20-30 Million|
|CATEGORY OF WORK|
Rolled Erosion Control
|Water & Sewer
Upcoming projects for the City of Omaha are here. For projects specific to the Omaha CSO project visit the City’s website see below.
The City of Omaha and the Public Works Department are dedicated to creating a professional working relationship with Contractors, Consultants and Small Businesses that do business with them. For more information regarding information on bids and RFPs, visit the City of Omaha’s website here.
The Small and Emerging Small Business Program is designed to give preference to contractors that have a headquarters based in the most impoverished areas of the city to encourage native job growth that will help the smaller businesses to compete for City Bid Contracts. Once a business becomes certified they retain certification for 3 years before recertification is required. For more information, visit the City of Omaha’s website here.
Quest CDN is an online platform for distributing bid documents. This allows contractors the freedom to select what and how many print copies of plans they need. For more information, visit the City of Omaha’s website here.
As the Public Works Department no longer distributes plans and specifications for City projects in paper format, Douglas County Purchasing and City of Omaha Public Works Department are distributing electronic documents through Quest CDN. Read more information specific to bidding with the City here.
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