The Capital Improvement Program is the primary mechanism by which the Ohio Department of Natural Resources develops, rehabilitates, improves, and expands its lands, facilities, and associated physical resources, to meet the needs of both its operating Divisions and the general public who use and enjoy them. Under the authorities granted in Chapter 1501 of the Ohio Revised Code, the ODNR is authorized to enter into contracts with professional consulting firms for planning, design, and construction administration observation on capital improvement projects. This same authority also authorizes the ODNR to competitively bid, execute, and administer construction contracts for these projects.
Consultant firms or contractors wishing to learn more about opportunities for design and construction of capital improvement projects for the ODNR can review basic information about current projects in one of the two categories indicated below.
Select Requests for Professional Services to review information on projects for which professional services are currently being sought, how to apply for consideration, deadline for submittals, and links to electronic copies of the required forms.
Select Contractor Bids Requested to review information on projects currently out to bid, including a description of the project, estimated construction cost, bid opening date, and how to order bidding documents.