St. Lucie County’s Treasure Coast International Airport Publishes Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Major Airport Development

St. Lucie County’s Treasure Coast International Airport Publishes Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Major Airport Development

  1. LUCIE COUNTY – The Treasure Coast International Airport (KFPR) has issued a “Request for Qualifications” (RFQ) for the development of its airport located in St. Lucie County, one of the fastest growing counties in Florida.

The RFQ includes the development of the airport, which may include:

  • The lease and operation of the new 28,500 square foot hangar and related facilities;
  • Fixed-based operations;
  • Development of airfield parcels.

The RFQ may appeal to multiple aviation businesses including maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), fixed-based operators, manufacturing, training/education and other aviation-related businesses. Given the various possible uses of the facilities and premises described in the RFQ, St. Lucie County may award a contract to more than one proposer.

About the Hangar

The state-of-the-art aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) hangar, recently completed, is one of the new facilities immediately available in the marketplace. The hangar has a peak height of 59.4 feet, a 44-foot-high by 170-foot-wide hangar door, a 190-foot by 150-foot apron, and is protected by a wet automatic fire sprinkler/high expansion foam system that has the capacity to serve future hangars on adjacent available parcels. The hangar can accommodate an Airbus A320 and Embraer 175 commercial airliner or two Gulfstream 650 corporate jets simultaneously. Additionally, the hangar can accommodate an Airbus A321 or Boeing 737-800.

About the Parcels

There are four shovel-ready parcels adjacent to the hangar, ranging from 2.26 to 4.07 acres. Additionally, there are 27 acres on the airport’s west side available for future expansion.

This RFQ is the first step in a multi-step procurement process. A full description of the multistep process is available by downloading documents fromwww.DemandStar.com or by contacting the Office of the Purchasing Division at 2300 Virginia Avenue, Room 228, Fort Pierce, Florida, 34982, 772-462-1700. Sealed Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) will be received by the Purchasing Division until 4 p.m., local time, on Jan. 19, 2022. St. Lucie County will hold pre-submittal meetings and site tours on Tuesday, Dec. 21 and Tuesday, Jan. 4 to assist interested parties in evaluating opportunities and engaging in question and answers with county staff. The pre-submittal meetings are non-mandatory and can be done virtually.

About Treasure Coast International Airport

With tremendous growth potential, the Treasure Coast International Airport, located at 3000 Curtis King Blvd. in Fort Pierce, Florida, is owned and operated by the St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners. It is currently a general aviation airport spanning 3,844 acres and is host to a nearly six dozen tenants including aeronautic businesses such as aircraft maintenance and storage, a flight training school, air taxi and charter services, and medical transport. The airport employs more than 3,400 people, generating and estimated $509 million in economic impact annually.

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