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RFPs & RFQs:

Download 00 CMGC RFP Package

Download 01 RFP Attachment 1 Statement of Assurances

Download 02 RFP Attachment 2 Health and Safety Questionaire

Download 03 RFP Attachment 3 Project Financial Questionnaire

Download 04 RFP Attachment 4 Price Proposal

Download 05 RFP Attachment 5 Scope of Preconstruction Services

Download 06 Attachment 6 DRAFT Contract Terminal Building Expansion

Download 06 Exhibit A General Conditions

Download 06 Exhibit B Federal Contract Provisions

Download 06 Exhibit C GMP Amendment

Download 06 Exhibit D Scope of Preconstruction Services

Download 06 Exhibit E Cost Matrix

Download 06 Exhibit F Performance Bond

Download 06 Exhibit G Bid Bond

Download 07 RFP Attachment 7 DBE Compliance Packet


Download Addendum One

Download Addendum Two

Download Addendum Three


Download RFP Pre-Proposal Sign-in Sheet 2.15.23

Download RDM CMGC Pre Proposal Presentation Feb 15 2023


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August 2022

Redmond Airport expansion ready to take flight (Bend Bulletin news story)


December 2021

The signing of the massive infrastructure bill by President Biden could help speed up the expansion of the Redmond Airport terminal.

Plans to double the size of the terminal that were expected to take 10 to 15 years can now potentially be completed in half that time due to the availability of funds from Biden’s bill, said Zachary Bass, the airport’s director.

The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill includes billions of dollars to upgrade America’s transportation network, including roads, bridges, and airports. Central Oregon, the state’s fastest-growing region in both population and economy, is expected to receive millions of dollars to fund projects.

See the full story HERE