The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (“BNYDC”) is seeking proposals from qualified firms to oversee, track and prepare reports on our behalf for FEMA and the City of New York (OMB and the Office of Resiliency and Rebuilding (ORR)) on all facets of the execution of the design of projects that are the subject of these grants, including storm damaged piers, berths, docks, substations and boilers located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. 

As a result of Hurricane Sandy and the subsequent Nor’easter, which caused extensive damages throughout the City of New York including the Brooklyn Navy Yard, The New York City Office of Management and Budget and the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation have initiated claims development for grants under the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance Program for Disaster DR-4085. 

A consultant will be hired to perform this oversight, to design and develop the necessary systems to track the design consultants and construction contractors, and to monitor and oversee the construction process, including weekly site visits, through completion of the work for these projects at various locations throughout the Yard in accordance with requirements for the related grants scheduled for this work.

RFP Schedule:

Issue RFP

May 2, 2016

Pre-Proposal Meeting

May 12, 2016

Deadline to Submit Questions

May 23, 2016

Deadline for Submission of Proposals

June 3, 2016

Identify Selected Consultant

July 10, 2016 (anticipated)


Request a copy of the RFP from James Corley, VP  Construction Management at