Clark | Weitz | Clarkson is committed to assembling a diverse team of highly-skilled and qualified project partners, subcontractors, and suppliers that share
our commitment to quality and craftsmanship. 


The page contains important information regarding the construction procurement process and schedule for the
KCI New Terminal project. Information is subject to change. Please check back frequently for updates.

How To Get Started

Clark | Weitz | Clarkson is focused on delivering a new, world-class gateway for Kansas City, built by Kansas City.  If you are a construction subcontractor or subconsultant interested in being a part of this transformational project, please follow the instructions below to ensure you are added to our list of potential bidders. 

Questions regarding the Subcontractor Qualification Application should be directed to Bonita Alves at
301-272-8398 or
bonita.alves@clarkconstruction.com.

Completing our Subcontractor Qualification Application (SQA) is the first critical step in prequalifying to work on the KCI New Terminal Project. Required for all subcontractors and suppliers, the SQA provides us with important information about your firm, including your past experience, bonding capacity, and backlog of work. Click the SQA FORM button to begin the registration process.

Register with CWC, to ensure you receive notice of RFP postings.


CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

2B Electrical

Capital Electric Construction Company is  soliciting proposals for the installation and recircuiting of roadway lighting as part of the construction of the new terminal. The bidding documents for this RFP will be accessible through Bid Tracer.  To receive access to these documents please email tucker.kelsey@capitalelectric.com

A preproposal conference for this RFP will be held on Friday, May 17th  at 9:00am at the following location.

Capital Electric Construction Co.
2801 Fairfax Trafficway
Kansas City, KS 66115

Proposals are due no later than 2pm, CDT on Friday May 24 , 2019.

This solicitation is open to all interested bidders.  Capital Electric encourages participation of firms that would meet and/or exceed the project M/WBE goals.  Capital Electric is committed to achieving 20% MBE and 15% WBE participation for the project.

TWEP Needs Evaluation

Needs Assessment for the Terminal Workforce Enhancement Program (TWEP)

CWC Intends to partner with a firm to perform an independent needs evaluation of certain aspects of the TWEP and provide subsequent status reports for the duration of the project.

The bidding documents for this RFP will be accessible through Building Connected.  To receive access to the documents, please email Matthew.Schwabauer@cwcjv.com.

All other inquiries regarding this solicitation should also be directed to Matthew.Schwabauer@cwcjv.com.

There will be no pre-proposal conference for this RFP.  

Proposals are due no later than 5pm, CDT on May 21, 2019.

2C General Requirements

Interested bidders may propose on one or more of the following scopes:

  • Jobsite Trailers

  • Shuttle Services

  • Dumpsters

  • Temporary Toilets

  • Surveying

  • SWPPP Manager

The bidding documents for this RFP will be accessible through Building Connected.  To receive access to the documents, please email Pete.Thomsen@cwcjv.com

A preproposal conference for this RFP will be held at the Kansas City Airport Marriott (Hotel) at 10am on Wednesday, May 29. 

Kansas City Airport Marriott (Hotel)
775 Brasilia Ave
Kansas City, MO  64153    

Proposals are due no later than 5pm, CDT on June 07, 2019.

2B Roadways

The Kansas City Aviation Department, in support of The New Single Terminal and Parking at KCI, is currently seeking proposals for the Group 2B Roadways scope of work (Project Number 62180497). This work will establish new traffic flow patterns on International Circle to provide ongoing access to terminals B and C during construction of the new terminal. This work is being procured as a turn-key contract, with scopes of work including

  • Asphalt and concrete paving

  • Maintenance of traffic

  • Erosion Control

  • Pavement markings

  • Traffic and wayfinding signage

  • Storm sewer

  • Demolition

  • Guardrails

KCAD will host a pre-proposal conference on Thursday May 30, 2019 at 2:30 PM at the

Kansas City Aviation Department
Administration Building
Large Training Room
601 Brasilia Ave
Kansas City, MO 64153

Bids are due before Thursday June 13, 2019 at 2:00 PM.

The City desires that Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBE) have a maximum opportunity to participate in the performance of City contracts. The goals for this specific Project are 15% MBE participation and 9% WBE participation. The Clark/Weitz/Clarkson (CWC) Developer's Pledge is recommending 20% MBE and 15% WBE participation.

Bid Documents, additional information, and all subsequent updates on this procurement are available at www.kcmoplanroom.org

Questions about this procurement should be directed to Aida Morales at purchasing@pmg-kci.com

Group 4

Clark | Weitz | Clarkson (CWC), a joint venture, is seeking qualified firms to participate in the development of The New Single Terminal and Parking at KCI.

A Request for Proposals (RFP) is currently available for the following construction services. Interested firms may bid on any one or more of the following scopes.

  • Cast-in-place Concrete - Subgrade and Slab on Grade

  • Cast-in-place Concrete - Above Grade

  • Cast-in-place Concrete - Slab on Metal Deck

  • Structural Steel

  • Foundation Waterproofing

  • Vertical and Horizontal Transportation

The bidding documents for this RFP will be accessible through Building Connected. To receive access to the documents, please email Matthew.Schwabauer@cwcjv.com.

A preproposal conference for this RFP will be held at the CWC co-location office at 10am on Thursday, July 18.

533 Mexico City Ave
Kansas City, MO 64153

Proposals are due no later than 5pm, CDT on Thursday August 1, 2019.


Scroll below the Procurement Team to view the Procurement Schedule for a list of upcoming opportunities. For additional information or to request a copy of any open RFP, please contact the appropriate estimator listed in the Procurement Schedule listed below. 

To be added to CWC’s Interested Bidders List or to find out more about upcoming opportunities, please email Matthew Schwabauer at matthew.schwabauer@cwcjv.com.


Procurement Team

Procurement Leadership

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Tom Kenton
Vice President of Procurement
tom.kenton@cwcjv.com
(301) 272-8280

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Kelvin Caple
Small Business Procurement
kelvin.caple@cwcjv.com
(240) 876-8948

 
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James Faddis
Preconstruction Executive
james.faddis@cwcjv.com
(813) 636-4413

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Matt Schwabauer
Procurement Project Manager
matthew.schwabauer@cwcjv.com
(785) 393-7301

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Wes Stith
Vice President of Procurement
wesley.stith@cwcjv.com
(301) 466-3158


Project Procurement Schedule

Clark | Weitz | Clarkson is committed to creating meaningful opportunities for minority- and women-owned businesses throughout the construction of the KCI New Terminal project. We will segment and package certain scopes of work to maximize the opportunities for local certified firms to contribute to this project. Tier 1 subcontractors also are required to identify opportunities for Kansas City-based M/WBE businesses to participate in their scope of work.

* The schedule below is based on preliminary information and is subject to change. Check back frequently for updates. Contact your estimator for the detailed information and updates to the scope of work.



Prevailing Wage

We anticipate that the Kansas City Aviation Department will issue a Prevailing Wage determination for the KCI New Terminal. The Prevailing Wage Act establishes a minimum wage be paid to workers on public works projects in Missouri or on behalf of state and local public entities. For specific wage rates, Prevailing Wage information is available via the Missouri Department of Labor.    

In addition, for those portions of the project that are funded in whole, or in part, with federal funds will be subject to Davis Bacon requirements.