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Laredo International Airport Aeronautical Development Site(s)

The City of Laredo is issuing this Request for Proposal (RFP) in order to solicit and receive proposals from qualified firms interested in leasing, developing and or managing various parcels at Laredo International Airport (LRD or the Airport).

There are currently seven parcels at Laredo International Airport that could be developed for various aeronautical land uses.  Air cargo activity at the Airport has been steadily growing, as have other aviation-related operations. Due to significant growth in aircraft operations at the airport including substantial cargo operations, it is believed that the Airport could support viable operations or other Aeronautical use development.  One of the Airport’s goals for this RFP is to determine the highest and best use for these Airport properties.

A site visit is scheduled for Wednesday, July 8, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. (local/CT) at the Airport Conference Room.  A tour of the parcels will be provided, and Airport and City representatives will be available to discuss the details of this RFP and the proposal process.   Please be prepared to show a government-issued identification prior to tours, on the day of the site visit.  Additional visits throughout the proposal period are allowed and must be coordinated at least 5 business days in advance with Gilbert Sanchez Jr. – INTERIM AIRPORT DIRECTOR, gsanchez@ci.laredo.tx.us   |   Manuel De Luna Jr. – Operations Manager/Administration, mdeluna@ci.laredo.tx.us, at 956.795.2000.

The deadline for questions concerning this RFP is July 31, 2020, 4:00 p.m. (local/CT).  Questions shall be sent to Gilbert Sanchez Jr. – INTERIM AIRPORT DIRECTOR, gsanchez@ci.laredo.tx.us   |   Manuel De Luna Jr. – Operations Manager/Administration, mdeluna@ci.laredo.tx.us.  Answers to all written questions will be posted in the form of an addendum.

RFP may be obtained from the City of Laredo’s website.

https://www.cityoflaredo.com/bids-and-rfps.html

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