America’s Central Port District (“Port”) issues Two Requests for Proposals

  1. Container Tilter (please access full RFP here)

The scope of this RFP is to request proposals for the purchase and installation of a container tilter. The tilter will meet or exceed the following specifications:

  • 20’ long with a 45-ton capacity;
  • Integrated scale
  • Hydraulic door closers;

Proposals will include the purchase, delivery, and installation of equipment.

This purchase is subject to partial reimbursement from a Federal Grant and any entity that wishes to submit a proposal must adhere to the attached exhibits and appendices. Any labor performed on-site will be subject to current Davis-Bacon prevailing wage rates. All equipment must conform to the Buy American Act.

  1. 275-ton Crane (please access full RFP here)

The scope of this RFP is to request quotes for the purchase of a 275-ton crane. The crane must meet or exceed the following specifications:

  • 2001 or newer;
  • 275-ton class;
  • Minimum 180’ boom;
  • Tier 3 engine;
  • 100-ton 3 sheave load block;
  • Less than 5,000 hours engine run time;
  • Air-conditioned cab.

Proposal will include the purchase and delivery of the crane.

This purchase is subject to partial reimbursement from a Federal Grant and any entity that wishes to submit a proposal must adhere to the attached exhibits and appendices. Any labor performed on-site will be subject to current Davis-Bacon prevailing wage rates. All equipment must conform to the Buy American Act.

America’s Central Port District (“Port”), formerly the Tri-City Regional Port District, is a municipal corporation of the State of Illinois created in 1959 to promote economic development and transportation in Southwestern Illinois. The Port manages a 1,200-acre industrial park in the cities of Granite City, Madison, and Venice, Illinois, 10 minutes north of downtown St. Louis, Missouri.