UPDATED 11/10/22 with Addendum No. 1 and Due date is now 11/21/22
The St. Louis County Port Authority (the “Port Authority”) was established pursuant to Chapter 68 of the Missouri Revised Statutes for the purposes of promoting the general welfare of and within the port district, which includes all of St. Louis County, advancing the economic interests of residents, fostering increased employment opportunities, and promoting trade and industry in St. Louis County, Missouri.
The Port Authority is supported by staff from the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership as well as outside consultants and professional service providers.
The Port Authority is the owner of an approximately 140-acre property located at the former Jamestown Mall site in St. Louis County, Missouri 63034 (the “Property”). The Property is located at the intersection of N. Lindbergh Blvd (US Highway 67) and Old Jamestown Rd, one mile west of the recently expanded Missouri Route 367. Located at the Southern border of the Property, bordering 14439 Silver Fox Dr., 14449 Silver Fox Dr., and 14434 Silver Fox Dr. is a retaining wall that separates the Property from the neighboring properties. The Port Authority is in need of replacement of the retaining wall and preventative maintenance, as needed (the “Project”).
The Port Authority issues this Request for Proposals (the “RFP”) from qualified contractors to complete the Project.
See the full RFP here.
November 21, 2022 by 3:00 PM CST
St. Louis County Port Authority
John Maupin, Chair
c/o Sandberg Phoenix & Von Gontard, P.C.
120 S. Central Ave., Suite 1600
Clayton, MO 63105
Attn: Andrew C. Ruben, Esq.