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General Contractors
Professional Consultants
Civil/Site Work
Information Technology
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Other (Landscaping, Signage, Janitorial, etc)
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Current Opportunities

General Contractors

RFP: Full-Service On-Airport Hotel Development

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The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (hereinafter referred to as “District”) owns and operates the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (“Airport” or “GSP”) in Upstate South Carolina.

The District seeks through this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) Competitive Proposals (“Proposal”) from Highly Qualified and Experienced Hotel Developers (“Proposer”). The District’s goal is to enter into a non-exclusive agreement (“Agreement”) with the successful proposer to develop and manage a Full-Service On-Airport Hotel (“Hotel”) with a national hotel franchise chain brand name that is commonly recognizable to business travelers located adjacent to the Airport Terminal Building between Concourse B and Parking Garage B. Refer to Exhibit A for a map of the location.

The District’s objective with this RFP is to attract a high quality, financially stable, long-term partner that will be successful in creating an aesthetically attractive and pleasing full-service hotel that will contribute to the local economic development and that is fully compatible with the Airport’s first-class aesthetic standards.

It is strongly recommended that interested proposers review the entire document prior to submitting a Proposal. 

RFQ: Airport Security Systems Replacement

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Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications from Security System Integrators with service offices located within a 100-mile radius of the airport as measured by Google Earth for the installation and support of Security System Enhancements.

The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) will be utilized to pre-qualify and shortlist Integrators that are capable and experienced in the design, installation, integration, testing and commissioning of enterprise class Airport security system. All Statement of Qualifications received prior to the submission deadline which meets the minimum submission requirements will be evaluated by the Airport. The select group of shortlisted Integrators will be asked to provide proposals for the services required. Those not selected will be eliminated from further consideration.

All pre-qualified and shortlisted firms will be expected to execute a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) prior to being sent the Proposal documents as some of the data in it will contain Sensitive Security Information (SSI).
It is not the intent of the Airport to receive project specific design, engineering or price Proposals as part of this RFQ process.

RFQ submittals are due by 12/4 at 2pm EST.

There is a virtual pre-qualification submittal meeting on 11/18 at 10am EST.

GSP Security Virtual Pre-proposal Teams Meeting
(314) 391-9430
Conference ID: 902063015# 

RFP: GSP Design/Build Fuel Farm Expansion
 
RFP for GSP Design/Build Fuel Farm Expansion
 
 
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District is soliciting proposals for a Design/Build Contractor for its Fuel Farm Expansion Program to increase jet fuel capacity by approximately 150,000 to 200,000 gallons, along with additive alternates for infrastructure improvements (parking, gates, etc.) It is the intent of the District to select and award the contract to a single Design/Build Contractor.
 
RFP responses must be submitted by 11:00am on Friday, March 26, 2021. RFP responses received after the stated time will not be accepted.
 
Please refer to the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District website under Business Opportunities at https://www.gspairport.com/bids-rfps-and-rfqs/ for additional information and submittal requirements.
 
Interested Design/Build Contractors are encouraged to attend the non-mandatory pre-proposal meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 10:00am via Microsoft Teams meeting. Email Tad.Byrne@kimley-horn.com by February 19, 2021 to receive the meeting invitation link.
 
RFP responses will be received at:
 
Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District
2000 GSP Drive, Suite 1
Greer, SC 29651-9202
 
Attention: Jeff Clifton, Director of Design and Construction

Current Opportunities

Information Technology

RFP: Network Entertainment Broadcast System

RFP: Network Entertainment Broadcast System

The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (hereinafter referred to as “District”) owns and operates the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (“Airport” or “GSP”) in Upstate South Carolina.   

The District seeks through this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) Competitive Proposals (“Proposal”) from Highly Qualified and Responsive Communications Firms (“Proposer”). The District’s goal is to enter into a non-exclusive Agreement (“Agreement”) to manage, operate, and maintain a first-class programming format for a Network Entertainment Broadcast System (“NEBS”) at designated locations within the Airport Terminal Building. 

The District has an agreement with an existing provider that will expire in March 31, 2021. The current operator provides broadcast media in the hold rooms on Concourse A and B. There is existing equipment that was installed in 2018 that Proposers will be able to use. However, certain equipment may need to be replaced depending on the requirements of the Proposer. Exhibit B contains a list of existing equipment.  

This RFP outlines the prerequisites, selection process, and documentation necessary to submit a Proposal to compete for the Agreement. The Agreement shall be for a three (3) year initial term with two (2) one (1) year options. It is strongly recommended that interested proposers review the entire document prior to submitting a Proposal. 

Current Opportunities

Concessions

RFP: Network Entertainment Broadcast System

RFP: Network Entertainment Broadcast System

The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (hereinafter referred to as “District”) owns and operates the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (“Airport” or “GSP”) in Upstate South Carolina.   

The District seeks through this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) Competitive Proposals (“Proposal”) from Highly Qualified and Responsive Communications Firms (“Proposer”). The District’s goal is to enter into a non-exclusive Agreement (“Agreement”) to manage, operate, and maintain a first-class programming format for a Network Entertainment Broadcast System (“NEBS”) at designated locations within the Airport Terminal Building. 

The District has an agreement with an existing provider that will expire in March 31, 2021. The current operator provides broadcast media in the hold rooms on Concourse A and B. There is existing equipment that was installed in 2018 that Proposers will be able to use. However, certain equipment may need to be replaced depending on the requirements of the Proposer. Exhibit B contains a list of existing equipment.  

This RFP outlines the prerequisites, selection process, and documentation necessary to submit a Proposal to compete for the Agreement. The Agreement shall be for a three (3) year initial term with two (2) one (1) year options. It is strongly recommended that interested proposers review the entire document prior to submitting a Proposal. 

Current Opportunities

Other (Landscaping, Signage, Janitorial, etc.)

RFP: Network Entertainment Broadcast System

RFP: Network Entertainment Broadcast System

The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (hereinafter referred to as “District”) owns and operates the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (“Airport” or “GSP”) in Upstate South Carolina.   

The District seeks through this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) Competitive Proposals (“Proposal”) from Highly Qualified and Responsive Communications Firms (“Proposer”). The District’s goal is to enter into a non-exclusive Agreement (“Agreement”) to manage, operate, and maintain a first-class programming format for a Network Entertainment Broadcast System (“NEBS”) at designated locations within the Airport Terminal Building. 

The District has an agreement with an existing provider that will expire in March 31, 2021. The current operator provides broadcast media in the hold rooms on Concourse A and B. There is existing equipment that was installed in 2018 that Proposers will be able to use. However, certain equipment may need to be replaced depending on the requirements of the Proposer. Exhibit B contains a list of existing equipment.  

This RFP outlines the prerequisites, selection process, and documentation necessary to submit a Proposal to compete for the Agreement. The Agreement shall be for a three (3) year initial term with two (2) one (1) year options. It is strongly recommended that interested proposers review the entire document prior to submitting a Proposal. 

RFP: Cash-to-Card Kiosks Services

RFP: Cash-to-Card Kiosks Services
Addendum #1 - RFP for Cash-to-Card Services

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The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (hereinafter referred to as “District”) owns and operates the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (“Airport” or “GSP”) in Upstate South Carolina.

The District seeks through this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) Competitive Proposals (“Proposal”) from Highly Qualified and Responsive Vendors of Cash-to-Card Kiosks (“Proposer”). The District’s goal is to enter into a non-exclusive agreement (“Agreement”) to provide turnkey Cash-to-Card Kiosks (“Kiosks”) to the traveling public capable of accepting cash and dispensing an anonymous, instant issue Visa or MasterCard at designated locations within the Airport Terminal and both Parking Garage A and B. Refer to Exhibit A for a map of the locations.

The District has received requests from our airline partners for these Kiosks, so that they can go cashless at all of the ticket counters. In addition, the District went cashless for all parking facilities and that began in July 2020. Therefore, there is a need to provide these Kiosks to assist the traveling public with making cashless payments for airline and parking related services at the Airport.

This RFP outlines the prerequisites, selection process, and documentation necessary to submit a Proposal to compete for the Agreement. The Agreement shall be for a five (5) year term. It is strongly recommended that interested proposers review the entire document prior to submitting a Proposal.