Pueblo Chemical Depot LRA Seeks Firm to Prepare Reuse, Homeless Assistance Plans

The Pueblo (Colo.) Depot Activity Development Authority, now known as PuebloPlex, will issue a request for proposals for redevelopment planning services on Monday.

As part of its duties under the Redevelopment Act for surplus property at the Pueblo Chemical Depot, PuebloPlex is seeking qualified organizations through an RFP for contractual consultant services to complete its redevelopment plan and homeless assistance submission. 

This work is to be performed under a grant (Section 12.607) from DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment for community economic adjustment assistance for establishment, expansion, realignment or closure of the Pueblo Chemical Depot.

This grant assists state or local governments to plan and carry out adjustment strategies; engage the private sector in order to plan and undertake community economic development and base redevelopment; and partner with the military departments in response to the proposed or actual expansion, establishment, realignment or closure of a military installation by DOD.

Responses to the RFP are due Dec. 31 at noon (MST) to the law offices of Bethart Turner (Attention Chris Turner). See RFP for delivery instructions. The RFP and supporting exhibits are available on the PuebloPlex website.

Questions should be addressed to Michael J. Clarkson, Analyst and Project Manager, PuebloPlex, Building 85, Pueblo Chemical Depot, P.O. Box 11467, Pueblo, CO 81001, RFP@PuebloPlex.com, 719/947-3770.


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