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dfwairport.com - Design, Code & Construction Business Opportunities

Design, Code & Construction Business Opportunities

Our Goal

The Design, Code & Construction Department (DCC) for DFW International Airport  is committed to expanding business opportunities to a diverse and robust Architectural, Engineering & Construction (AEC) community. 
 

Register

In order to facilitate the widest possible distribution of these opportunities, we encourage members of the AEC community to first register as a supplier with the DFW Airport Oracle iSupplier Portal Application (iSupplier). Registration is a two step process requiring entry of basic company data in step one and selection of the appropriate business classification(s) for your company in step two.  For assistance with the registration process, please contact the Procurement and Materials Management Department (PMM).  It is important to note the importance of selecting the appropriate business classification(s) for your firm.  Failure to select business classification(s) that are representative of your company’s qualifications could result in one or more missed opportunities for your company.
Supplier Registration (Procurement)

Opportunities

A list of current AEC business opportunities can be found at Solicitation Schedules.
Solicitation Schedules

Terminal Development Program

In addition to ongoing civil and structural AEC opportunities at DFW Airport, we anticipate a significant volume of additional AEC business opportunities to become available as scope is defined for the new Terminal Renewal and Imrovement Program (TRIP).  Opportunities are expected for contracts directly with DFW Airport as well as with firms who are awarded contracts with DFW.  These opportunities include scope for professional services, design, engineering, construction, commissioning, testing, and others.  If you are searching for business opportunities that are not related to the AEC community, please contact Procurement.
 
TRIP is a seven-year project aimed at renovating the Airport terminal infrastructure, improving operational efficiency and increasing concessions.

Assistance

As a leader in the North Texas community, DFW Airport strongly encourages disadvantaged, minority and women-owned businesses (D/M/WBE) to participate in solicitations and/or seek out joint venture opportunities with other members of the AEC community. 

If you need assistance in becoming D/M/WBE certified, please feel free to contact any of the above certification agencies or DFW Airport’s Business Diversity & Development Department. If you are looking for a partner to help you meet your D/M/WBE goals, please go DFW Airport’sD/M/WBE Directory.

In addition to self-certifying D/M/WBE firms through the Airport's Business Diversity & Development Department (BDD), DFW Airport accepts the certification from outside agencies:

If you need assistance in becoming D/M/WBE certified, please feel free to contact any of the above certification agencies or DFW Airport’s Business Diversity & Development Department.


A variety of resources in the North Texas area are available to assist members of the AEC community develop and grow their business.  DFW Airport’s Business Diversity & Development Department maintains a comprehensive list of resources with contact information at BDDD Resources.


Important Note: Acceptance as an iSupplier for DFW Airport does not guarantee your company will be awarded a purchase order or contract with DFW Airport or with a firm that has a contract with DFW Airport.

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