Contract Opportunities

Responses to all RFQ’s are to be submitted to Sagamore Development Company, 1000 Key Highway East, Baltimore, MD 21230, ATTN: Caroline Paff. Please submit six hard copies of your response. Each copy should contain only 8 1/2” x 11” paper in three ring binders. For questions please email Liz Williams at ewilliams@sagamoredevelopment.com.

Infrastructure Design Services

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THE PROJECT

As part of Port Covington’s planned mixed use development, the proposed infrastructure improvements will be divided into Chapters. The infrastructure design in Chapter 1 and all of Port Covington will provide for all ranges of ability and accessibility. It will be fully inclusive and designed to enable full participation by every visitor and resident. Chapter 1, the subject of this RFQ, will be the first major piece of public infrastructure designed, permitted and constructed in order to pave the way for the vertical construction of the first new buildings in Port Covington. Preference will be given to Baltimore City Certified Minority and/or Women’s Business Enterprises and firms located in Baltimore City employing Baltimore City residents. The selected team will achieve a minimum of 27% Baltimore City-certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) participation and 10% Baltimore City-certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) participation with a clear goal and plan to exceed these minimums and achieve 45% MBE-WBE participation.
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Port Covington Bike Path

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THE PROJECT

Sagamore Development Company, LLC (“Sagamore Development”) is seeking a Contractor to provide Construction and Project Management Services for the construction of the final phase of the Port Covington Bike Path in Baltimore City. Qualified firms are invited to submit a proposal for the Construction Services associated with the bike path project.
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