• AViD 2014

    It's Raining Authors!

    The 2014 season of the popular Authors Visiting in Des Moines (AViD) series from the Des Moines Public Library. All AViD author events are free and open to the public.

    News

    More Info

  • Welcome to the City of Des Moines

    A major center for insurance, financial services and publishing, Des Moines has a lot to offer, such as affordable housing, short commute times, a diverse population, and was also recently named one of the best places to live on the Silicon Prairie.

    News

    More Info

  • Spotlight on Des Moines

    Gray's Lake Park features the 1,400 foot-long Kruidenier Trail pedestrian bridge and a 1.9 mile trail around the lake. "...Residents can walk, bike, boat or fish -- right in the very heart of downtown," said Des Moines Mayor Frank Cownie.

    News

    View Article

  • One of the Best Cities for Jobs

    Des Moines ranks #2 on Forbes 2012 list of Best Cities for Jobs.

    News

    Read the article

  • Ash Tree Insect Alert

    Information and educational links about emerald ash borer (EAB) are presented here so city residents can be informed about the city’s plans to treat and remove public ash trees, and so they can make plans to manage ash trees on private property.

    News

    More Info

  • Iowa State Capitol

    The Iowa State Capitol is among the most beautiful state capitols in the country with its 275-foot, 23-karat gold leafed dome anchoring the east end of downtown Des Moines.

    News

    More Info

  • East Village

    Historic East Village is an eclectic neighborhood of restored historic properties, beautiful streetscapes, and urban living at the foot of the State Capitol.

    News

    More Info

  • World Food Prize

    Des Moines is home to the World Food Prize the foremost international award recognizing the achievements in advancing human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world.

    News

    More Info

Bid Information 

 

Bidding documents are available by download from the Engineering Department's website, or by contacting the Engineering Department.

 

To obtain the bidding documents by download, click on the Project's Activity ID below, and then select the corresponding project documents under the "Additional Information" heading.  If the project documents under the "Additional Information" heading are not fully visible, try changing your monitor resolution or zoom setting.  It is the responsibility of the bidding contractor to ensure all bidding documents are obtained, including applicable addenda.

 

Or, to receive bidding documents from the Engineering Department, select one of the following:

    

     Email: engbids@dmgov.org

     Phone: (515) 283-4573

     Fax: (515) 283-4112

     Walk-in

 

If you want your company to be listed on the project plan holder's list, also posted on this site, please send your request by using any of the contact options above.  Please be sure to provide your company bidding status (prime, sub, or supplier), current address, phone and fax numbers, email address, and contact person. Addenda will only be sent to those on the plan holder's list(s).

 

The Engineering Department is located on the second floor of City Hall, 400 Robert D Ray Drive, Des Moines, Iowa 50309-1891.
 

 

     List of anticipated projects with their tentatively scheduled bid dates.
 
     List for current projects out for bid authorized by the City Council and/or WRA Board.
 
     Project information including dates, bidding documents, plan holders, bid estimate, and/or bid results.
 
 
Information regarding Des Moines Airport Authority is available at Beeline and Blue, 2507 Ingersoll Ave., Des Moines, IA 50312, phone: (515) 244-1611. Bidders should visit the Beeline and Blue website for project documents at: Beeline and Blue.
 
The City of Des Moines is pleased to provide accommodations to disabled individuals or groups and encourages participation in City government. To better serve you, should special accommodations be required, please notify us at least three business days in advance or call (515) 283-4209.  Assistive Listening Devices are available for meetings in the Council Chambers.
 
To receive e-mail notifications of projects out for bid and requests for proposals (RFPs) use the RSS feed functionality or click here.