phdc
RFPS RFQs

BSRP

Basic Systems Repair Program

WAP

Weatherization Assistance Program

AMP

Adaptive Modifications Program

RFPs RFQs

Request for Proposals (RFPs)/Request for Qualifications (RFQs)

PHDC has one RFP for Insurance Brokerage Services, one RFQ for Actuarial Services and one ongoing program RFP/RFQ:

RFP for Insurance Brokerage Services

PHDC, on behalf of itself and as agent for the Philadelphia Land Bank invites competitive proposals from interested brokerage firms to provide risk management, insurance safety and loss control, claims and administrative services for both entities.

Questions
All questions and requests for additional information should be directed in writing via email to Lowell Thomas and must be submitted by 4pm on May 1, 2017. PHDC's responses to them will be posted on this website.

Proposal Deadline
All proposals must be received by PHDC no later than 4pm on May 12, 2017. Send to:

Lowell Thomas Esq., General Counsel
Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation
1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-448-3110

Download the RFP

RFQ for Actuarial Services for FY 2017

PHDC is soliciting proposals from qualified Actuarial Services Providers to provide services necessary to disclose the cost of Other Post-Employment Benefits in PHDC's audited comparative financial statements for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2017, 2018 and 2019 to comply with GASB Statement 45 including any updates.

Questions
Any questions regarding PHDC's financial records shall be directed to:

Mr. Darren Williams, Finance Director, PHDC
1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-448-3110
Darren.A.Williams@phila.gov

Proposal Deadline
All proposals must be received by PHDC no later than 4pm on April 30, 2017. Send to:

Mr. Darren Williams, Finance Director, PHDC
1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Download the RFQ

Ongoing Program RFPs/RFQs

The Basic Systems Repair Program, Weatherization Assistance Program and Adaptive Modifications Program issue RFPs/RFQs annually, typically in April and May.

If you are interested in becoming a contractor for any of these home preservation programs, please review the following minimum requirements. 

  • Three years in business under your existing corporate name
  • Three years of experience in the trade for which you are applying
  • $1,000,000 general liability insurance
  • $1,000,000 automobile liability insurance
  • Statutory limits of workers’ compensation insurance
  • Current PA Home Improvement Contractor registration
  • Current EPA Lead Safe Firm and Renovator certificates
  • Current City of Philadelphia trade license
  • Current City of Philadelphia Business Privilege or Commercial Activity license
  • No indebtedness to the City of Philadelphia for real estate taxes, water/sewer charges, business taxes or employer taxes

In addition, contractors in the Weatherization Assistance Program must meet state training requirements which can be found at http://www.pct.edu/nssc/wtc.htm

If you would like to be notified when the annual RFPs/RFQs are available, please
click here for a form. Notifications are made by email only. Please email the form back to
George Russell.

How do I Become a Certified Minority, Woman or Disabled Owner Contractor?
Although the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) no longer does certification, there is a list of certifying agencies recognized by the City of Philadelphia posted on its website at oeo.phila.gov  After becoming certified with any of the listed organizations, contractors must then send their certification to OEO to be placed on its MBE/WBE/DSBE registry.

What Benefit is There at PHDC if I am a Certified Minority, Woman or Disabled Owner Contractor?
All contractors providing services through PHDC are subject to certain MBE/WBE/DSBE subcontracting, purchasing and hiring requirements.  Prime contractors can only count minority, woman and disabled owned businesses that are certified and on the Office of Economic Opportunity’s registry towards those requirements.  This creates a demand for such certified contractors.

Home Manual

How to Maintain Your Home Manual

Weatherization Manual

Weatherization Manual

2012 Annual Report

Annual Report


Philadelphia Housing Development Corp.
1234 Market Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107 Tel: 215-448-3000 FAX: 215-448-3133
Use of information and material on this website is at your own discretion:
no parties to this information may be held responsible for your use of it.
Reproduction of any material for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited by copyright law.
TERMS OF USE
Site Design: Tiger Productions