Updated: Nov 18, 2021
JPS Health Network will host a Bond Construction Program Kickoff webinar on October 28 to introduce the first bid opportunities for the $800-million program that will create new healthcare facilities for residents of Tarrant County.
The Program Kickoff will feature information about the overall program goals and initial contracting opportunities available for bid from architecture, design, engineering and professional services firms. The bid opportunities primarily consist of enabling projects such as temporary parking solutions and utilities work, which will clear the way for the major portions of the JPS Bond Program.
The event will include introductions from JPS Health Network as well as representatives from the program management partnership of Broaddus & Associates and LeVis Consulting Group, and the program marketing team from K Strategies.
Prospective bidders will have opportunities to learn not only about upcoming bid packages, but also the various initiatives available for Minority, Women, Veterans Business Enterprise (MWVBE) firms to compete for available contracts.
The JPS Bond Program will ultimately include new healthcare facilities, including a patient tower, an ambulatory surgery center, and a psychiatric hospital on the main JPS campus, as well as new medical home facilities across Tarrant County. In addition, project plans envision more parking capacity along with utility and infrastructure improvements for the main campus.