Contractor Request for Qualifications




11/03/2022 Seeking qualified contractors to perform asphalt paving and rehabilitation of concrete pavement, concrete sound wall, concrete bridge abutments and bridge deck joints at the Lewiston-Queenston and Rainbow Bridges and associated US Plazas.  Rob Koert Overview
10/19/2021 Seeking Qualified Contractors to Perform Structural Steel Rehabilitation and Painting, Building Exterior Envelope Rehabilitation
For the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission
Rob Koert Overview
10/19/2021 Seeking Qualified Contractors to Perform Asphalt & Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation and Replacement
For the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission
Rob Koert Overview
Seeking Experienced Contractors to Perform Building Renovation and Expansion

Rob Koert Overview
03/23/2020 Seeking Engineering Consultant Services for Miscellaneous Building Repairs at the U.S. Rainbow, Whirlpool and Lewiston Plazas and construction of a new Secondary Inspection Canopy at the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge U.S. Plaza. Rob Koert Overview
Seeking Qualified Contractors To Perform Large Bridge Spot Coating Repair/Rehabilitation For The Lewiston-Queenston Bridge

Rob Koert Overview





Notice:  Organizations that tender directly to the Commission must be prequalified.  Click here for the Contractor Prequalification Form. 


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5365 Military Rd
Lewiston, NY 14092

The Niagara Falls Bridge Commission

Niagara Falls' reputation as a natural world wonder and honeymoon capital of the planet beckons visitors from around the globe. 

But it is the bridges that actually bring most of them here. 

No other single factor contributes more to tourism growth - indeed the export trade economy overall - than the NFBC's three monumental linkages of concrete and steel. Niagara Falls crossings rank second only to Kennedy International as the busiest port of entry between the U.S. and Canada. If you are about to travel over Niagara's gorge, your vehicle will take one of about 7.2 million passages expected this year on NFBC bridges.

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