Important Notice: over $50K, all prospective bidders must fax and email your company’s general information. This includes: the company name, address, phone number, fax number and email addresses, to the responsible Buyer before you can download the bid document.
Please note: that Addendums are NOT posted to the City website. You must be identified as a current Vendor and on the official Plan Holders List in order to receive an addendum or revision to plans or specifications. Failure to contact this office with this pertinent information will cause your bid to be non-responsive and your bid may be rejected.
Full information regarding each individual bid can be accessed by clicking on the file numbers below. Some files will include additional documentation within the bid information, all additional information will be found at the bottom of the page and can be accessed by clicking on the provided link.
File No. 145-13 Labor and Materials Necessary to Clean and Sanitize Existing Restrooms Re-Bid
ID OPENS-Friday, August 30, 2013
FILE NO. 145-13 Labor and Materials Necessary to Clean and Sanitize Existing Restrooms Re-Bid
FOR THE VARIOUS DIVISIONS OF PORT CONTROL, OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PORT CONTROL and AS AUTHORIZED BY SECTION 181.101 CODIFIED ORDINANCES, CITY OF CLEVELAND 1976
There will be a NON-MANDATORY Pre-bid meeting Monday, August 19, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. Located at The Department of Port Control, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport?s Cleveland Plus Room, Located in the Baggage Claim Area, 5300 Riverside Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 44135-3193
As Authorized by ordinances 181.101
Friday, August 30, 2013
Friday, August 30, 2013
/ Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Buyer Contact Name
Buyer Contact Phone
Buyer Contact Fax
Buyer Contact Email
Yes, attendance is optional
Monday, August 19, 2013
The Department of Port Control, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport?s Cleveland Plus Room, Located in the Baggage Claim Area
5300 Riverside Drive
To provide professional financial management services and protect the fiscal integrity of the City; by maximizing the collection of revenue, judiciously investing public monies and practicing generally accepted financial management principles in a manner consistent with the guidelines required by the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, City Council, the Mayor’s Office, and other governmental units.