Requests for Proposal (RFPs)

Current RFPs

The East Bay Municipal Utility District requests a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) from firms interested in competing for placement on the EEO Investigations, Related Services, and Mediations Consultant Roster (EEO CR).
In June 2023, as part of its Biennial Budget for Fiscal Years 2024 and 2025, the District approved a five-year Capital Improvements Program (CIP) that included capital funds and appropriations for the design and construction of the Central Reservoir Replacement Project (Project). The District intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP), in early 2024, to qualified consultant for design services for the Central Reservoir Replacement Project. This webpage is for the Pre-RFP related documents.
The Central Reservoir Replacement Project (Project) involves replacing East Bay Municipal Utility District’s (EBMUD) 154-million gallon (MG) open-cut reservoir with three new 14-MG prestressed concrete tanks situated within the northern portion of the existing reservoir basin. EBMUD is requesting professional services proposals for the design of the Project.
East Bay Municipal Utility District is soliciting proposals for as-needed construction management and inspection services.
East Bay Municipal Utility District (District) intends to award a 3-year contract for the design, monitoring, and planning of two large-scale floodplain and spawning habitat restoration projects along the Mokelumne River.
East Bay Municipal Utility District is soliciting proposals for Mail and Presort Services, requiring support and security of the District’s daily United States Postal Service (USPS) First-Class Presort mail during the entire presort process. E.g., From pickup at the designated District location to the presort facility, then the USPS Business Mail Entry Unit for same day processing and back-up bill printing and inserting.
East Bay Municipal Utility District intends to award a two-year contract for the survey, analysis, design, and environmental permit related service necessary to develop a shovel-ready fish passage project.
EBMUD is soliciting proposals from general contractors for the Sobrante Water Treatment Plant Standby Generator Diesel Tank Installation.
EBMUD is looking to hire a company that can provide building sewer location services (i.e. manholes, lines, cleanouts), installation of sewer appurtenances, replacements, and compliance testing. The District has a total of 19 building sewers at various locations, each requiring a different type of service, ranging from testing to sewer lateral replacement.
East Bay Municipal Utility District (District or EBMUD) generates samples (mostly soil samples) on a continuous but unpredictable basis for an array of compliance programs and projects that must be analyzed for compliance status, disposal characterization, and safety determinations. Contract laboratory analysis support is needed to assure timely processing of these samples at this time. The District intends to award a two (2) year contract with three (3) options to renew for additional one (1) year terms for a total of up to five (5) years to the Proposer who best meets the District’s requirements.
EBMUD is soliciting proposals to replace its existing Backflow Prevention System applicable. EBMUD intends to award a professional services contract to implement the solution and a five-year contract for licensing with five options to renew for one-year terms to the Proposer(s) who best meets the EBMUD's requirements.