Corporate Contracting and Procurement Operations
To maximize its contracting dollar, the Atlanta Housing looks for as much competition as the open market will provide. Consequently, we are always seeking new, qualified suppliers/vendors. Working with AH offers new opportunities to use your know-how, develop new markets and expand existing ones. And you’ll be working with one of the nation’s most celebrated leaders in the affordable housing industry!
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Featured Contracting Opportunities
Insurance Broker and Related Services
RFP Number: 2019-0116
Description: The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia (“AH”) seeks to enter into an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract with one (1) qualified, independent insurance broker to provide brokerage services for AH’s risk management program, to include insurance for Property, Excess Workers’ Compensation, Management Liability and Cyber Liability Insurance. It is expected that the selected firm will conduct a competitive process of its own to secure carriers for AH’s various insurance policies included under the risk management program. AH is not seeking insurance for General Liability, Automobile Liability, or Automobile Physical Damage. Other optional services relating to the above-referenced services may be periodically required (i.e., consulting services, training, etc.) NOTE: AH reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to adjust this Schedule of Events as it deems necessary. If necessary, AH will communicate adjustments to any event in the Schedule of Events in the form of an addendum to this RFP. Addenda to this RFP will only be issued and posted on AH’s website at http://atlantahousing.org/business/vendors/index.cfm?Fuseaction=contracting. Addenda will not be mailed to potential Respondents. It is the responsibility of the Respondent to monitor AH’s website for any addenda issued. Each Respondent must acknowledge all addenda issued so as to ensure that addenda are considered in their proposal response by completing Addenda Acknowledgement Form. This Form must be submitted with the Service Provider’s response to this Request for Proposals. Failure to include the Form in the proposal response may subject your Firm to disqualification.
Post Date: March 13, 2019
Pre-Proposal Conference: March 20, 2019 @ 10:00am EST; 230 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue Atlanta, GA 30303 – The Cottonwood Room
Deadline for Questions and/or Comments: March 22, 2019 @ 2:00 PM EST
Proposal Due Date: April 11, 2019 @ 5:00 PM EST
Buyer to Contact with Questions: Symrah Christopher, (404) 347-5295
Historic Preservation & Cultural Resources Consultant
RFP Number: 2019-0093
Description: The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta, Georgia (“AH”) is seeking the services of a firm that is qualified and experienced in Historic Preservation & Cultural Resources Consulting, to provide technical assistance in regards to compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA; Public Law 89-665; 54 U.S.C. 300101 et seq.) or other applicable Federal, State, or local historic preservation regulations for the development efforts of various properties. Development efforts may include demolition of existing structures, adaptive reuse of existing structures, and/or new construction. Respondents will be evaluated on their capacity and capability to respond to one or more of the requirements in Section 1.3 Statement of Work. AH may select one or more consultants to enter into a Master Services Agreement with the agency for up to 5 years. The Respondent will need to demonstrate that the qualifications of their staff meets or exceeds the Federal requirements stated in the “Archaeology and Historic Preservation: Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines,” Federal Register, Vol. 48, No. 190-September 29, 1983, Pt. IV (see https://www.nps.gov/history/local-law/arch_stnds_9.htm). Therefore, the Respondent’s staff must meet or exceed the following minimum education and experience for at least one of the stated professions. In the following definitions, a year of full-time professional experience need not consist of a continuous year of full-time work but may be made up of discontinuous periods of fulltime or part-time work adding up to the equivalent of a year of full-time experience. NOTE: AH reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to adjust this Schedule of Events as it deems necessary. If necessary, AH will communicate adjustments to any event in the Schedule of Events in the form of an addendum to this RFP. Addenda to this RFP will only be issued and posted on AH’s website at http://atlantahousing.org/business/vendors/index.cfm?Fuseaction=contracting. Addenda will not be mailed to potential Respondents. It is the responsibility of the Respondent to monitor AH’s website for any addenda issued. Each Respondent must acknowledge all addenda issued so as to ensure that addenda are considered in their proposal response by completing Addenda Acknowledgement Form. This Form must be submitted with the Service Provider’s response to this Request for Proposals. Failure to include the Form in the proposal response may subject your Firm to disqualification.
Post Date: March 18, 2019
Pre-Proposal Conference: March 19, 2019 @ 11:00am EST; 230 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue Atlanta, GA 30303 – Pecan Room
Deadline for Questions and/or Comments: March 26, 2019 @ 5:00pm EST
Proposal Due Date: April 9, 2019 @ 5:00pm EST
Buyer to Contact with Questions: Qiana Ayana, (404) 685-4936
How To Submit a Proposal with Atlanta Housing
In order to submit a proposal, you must first register as a vendor or supplier at Atlanta Housing Business Management Portal – Supplier Registration. Once registered, go to Atlanta Housing Business Management Portal for submission details. Submit proposal through Atlanta Business Management Portal.
How to Submit an Invoice to Atlanta Housing
In order to successfully submit an invoice, it must include the following information:
- invoice number,
- service description,
- vendor number,
- date of service,
- contract number and;
- any other information required by contract.
Email all invoices to AMShelpdesk@atlantahousing.org.
Section 3 is a provision of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Act of 1968 that promotes local economic development, neighborhood improvement and individual self-sufficiency in areas receiving certain types of HUD financial assistance. Under Section 3, wherever HUD financial assistance is provided for housing or community development, economic opportunities will be given to residents and business in that area to the greatest extent feasible.
Who are Section 3 residents?
- Public housing residents
- Low and very low-income person residing in a metropolitan area or non-metropolitan county where the Section 3 assistance is expended.
What are Section 3 businesses?
To qualify as a Section 3 business, one of the following criteria must be met:
- At least 51 percent of the business is owned by Section 3 residents
- At least 30 percent of the permanent, full-time employees are currently Section 3 residents or were Section 3 residents within three years of the date of hire
- Can show evidence of a firm commitment to provide a minimum of 25 percent of the total dollar amount of all subcontracts to Section 3 businesses
Section 3 opportunities:
- Job training
Job training and employment priority is given to persons living in public and assisted housing person; persons living in areas financially assisted by HUD; HUD Youthbuild program participants; and homeless persons
If you are interested in job training and/or employment opportunities, please complete the ConnectME form.
AH-Owned Residential Communities
The Atlanta Housing has hired property management/development companies to manage the AH-Owned Residential Communities. Included in their responsibilities is managing the procurement and oversight of maintenance and capital improvement contractors who provide these services for the communities. To get more information on becoming a vendor for these types of services, please contact each management company.
Columbia Residential Communities
Portfolio Service Manager
1718 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 684, South Tower
Atlanta, GA 30309
|Cosby Spear Highrise||355 North Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30308-2521|
|East Lake Highrise||380 East Lake Blvd. SE Atlanta, GA 30317-3154|
|Hightower Manor Highrise||2610 ML King Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30311-1642|
The Integral Group Communities
Director of Asset Preservation & Enhancement
191 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
|Cheshire Bridge Road Highrise||2170 Cheshire Bridge Rd. NE Atlanta, GA 30324-5705|
|Georgia Avenue Highrise||174 Georgia Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA 30312-3030|
|Marian Road Highrise||760 Sidney Marcus Blvd., NE Atlanta, GA 30324-3156|
|Martin Street Plaza||600 Martin St. SE Atlanta, GA 30312-2921|
|Westminster||1422 Piedmont Ave.NE Atlanta, GA 30309-2776|
The Michael’s Organization Communities
Gary Eckrote, Director of Facilities
Joe Winkler, Facilities Manager
191 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
|Barge Road Highrise||2440 Barge Rd. SW Atlanta, GA 30331-5251|
|Marietta Road Highrise||2295 Marietta Rd.NW Atlanta, GA 30318-1900|
|Peachtree Road Highrise||2240 Peachtree Rd. NW Atlanta, GA 30309-1124|