The University invites you to submit a proposal to provide competitive sealed proposals (each, a “Proposal”) from qualified, reputable and experienced service providers (each, a “Respondent”) for emergency disaster restoration and emergency recovery services from damages resulting from fire, water, wind, smoke, contamination, corrosion and any other natural or manmade disaster or related event (the “Project”).A mandatory pre-submittal meeting will
Project: Fire Protection Services Ref. #: P-005161 Type: RFP Status: Open Open Date: Oct 7th 2022, 3:00 PM EDT Questions Due Date: Feb 9th 2023, 5:00 PM EST Close Date: Feb 16th 2023, 11:00 AM EST Days Left: 16 Project Description:The Philadelphia Housing Authority requires the services of a qualified contractor to provide Maintenance, Repair, Inspections and Tests to certify fire suppression & fire alarm systems located at various PHA and PAPMC locations
: No Link to Original Contract : Requisition : 23-466MIL-ILAIR-R-156946 Item Information Item # 1: ( 910 - 24 ) 183 Air Wing water mitigation services NIGP Code: Fire and or Water Damage Restoration Services Qty Unit Cost UOM Total Discount Amt. Tax Rate Tax Amount Total Cost 1.0 EA - Each Manufacturer: Brand: Model: Make: Packaging:
Contract Opportunity General Information Classification Description Attachments/Links Contact Information History Award Notices Follow Fire Suppression Services Active Contract Opportunity Notice ID PWSFIRESUPPRESSION Related Notice Department/Ind.
Bid Title:Sheriffs Office Flooding Emergency Category:EmergencyStatus:Open Description: Emergency procurement of cleaning services for for Sheriff's Office in response to flooding inside the building from a water line break. Publication Date/Time: 12/16/2020 4:00 PM Closing Date/Time: Open Until Contracted Related Documents: Cleaning Wizard PO Emergency Justification Return To Main Bid Postings Page
The County government provides a wide array of services to its citizens including "traditional" county government functions such as construction and maintenance of roads and court-related activities, as well as municipal functions such as police, fire, recreation, emergency services and water and sewage.
The 14 departments that make up the executive side of the County government are Child Advocacy and Juvenile Services, Communications, Community Services, Corrections, Financial Services, Fire and Emergency Services, Human Resources, Information Technology Services, Law, Planning and Development, Police Services, Support Services, Transportation, and Water Resources.