MTA Capital Construction Procurement (MTACC) Home Page
MTA Capital Construction's mission is to manage major capital expansion and Downtown Manhattan transit infrastructure projects.
MTA Capital Construction does not maintain a bidder's list. In order to find out about our solicitations you may check this site periodically for information on current procurement opportunities. You may also check the MTA NYC Transit procurement site for current procurement opportunities for Second Avenue Subway and Lower Manhattan Development projects (i.e. Fulton Transit Center and South Ferry Terminal) projects that will be managed by MTA Capital Construction. You are also encouraged to scan the New York State Contract Reporter and the Legal Advertisements in the New York Post. Please see our Vendor Code of Ethics.
Effective June 1, 2005, all solicitation documents for procurement opportunities listed on this page can be obtained in person at the following address:
MTA-New York City Transit Bid Desk
2 Broadway (Stone Street Entrance)
New York, NY 10004
CURRENT PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Last updated 6/12/2013
The table below provides important information on projects available for bid.
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REQUEST FOR INFORMATION / REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION of INTEREST
|Solicitation Number||Due Date||Description|
None at This Time.
UPCOMING SOLICITATION CONTRACTS
The following information is provided for prospective contractors, engineers, architects and vendors about contracts that have not yet been but are expected to be advertised for solicitation in during the first six months of 2011. Please note that that this material is being provided for general information and the forecast release dates are subject to change.
|Brief Description||Forecast Release|
Please click on the Eye on the Future link below.
It is anticipated that a portion of the funding for the above contracts will come from grants from the Federal Transit Administration.
If you need further assistance, please contact us. We thank you for your interest in MTA Capital Construction projects.
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