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PORT AUTHORITY OF SAN ANTONIO. HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH PORT SAN ANTONIO July 26, 2011 Wyndie Applewhite, Contracting Manager Department of Finance. INTRODUCTION:. Background About Port San Antonio Procurement Policy SMWBE Participation Objective Vendor Database ISO Certification Q & A.

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port authority of san antonio

PORT AUTHORITY OF SAN ANTONIO

HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH PORT SAN ANTONIO

July 26, 2011

Wyndie Applewhite, Contracting Manager

Department of Finance

introduction
INTRODUCTION:
  • Background
  • About Port San Antonio
  • Procurement Policy
  • SMWBE Participation Objective
  • Vendor Database
  • ISO Certification
  • Q & A
background
BACKGROUND:
  • In 1996, the Greater Kelly Development Corporation (GKDC) was established as a local development authority on an interim basis under the Development Corporation Act of 1979 for the development and redevelopment of Kelly Air Force Base (Kelly).
  • In November 1999, the City established the Greater Kelly Development Authority (GKDA) as the successor-in-interest to the GKDC pursuant to the newly enacted Senate Bill 655.
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BACKGROUND:
  • In 2006, GKDA changed its name to Port Authority of San Antonio (the “Port”) dba Port San Antonio, and is established as a special district and political subdivision of the State of Texas, for the purpose of monitoring the proposed closing of Kelly.
  • The Port is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors, appointed by the City Council of San Antonio.
  • The Port is responsible for conducting comprehensive studies of all issues related to the closure, conversion, redevelopment , and future use of Kelly.
port s mission
PORT’S MISSION:
  • Transform the former Kelly Air Force Base to the benefit of San Antonio, creating quality jobs and generating economic growth.
  • Vision - Create Port San Antonio as a high performance industrial airport, railport, and town center that is a quality place to live, work, play and learn.
port san antonio
PORT SAN ANTONIO:
  • The Port –
    • Is a new multimodal logistics platform and commercial center in South Central Texas;
    • Operates and develops an1,880 acre site, and creates and manages facilities;
    • Is currently host to more than 70 businesses that include, but not limited to, aerospace, logistics, manufacturing, education, military and other industries;
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PORT SAN ANTONIO:
  • Boeing
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Standard Aero
  • Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation
  • Chromalloy Power Service Corp.
  • Pratt & Whitney
  • Gore Design Completions
  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Aerospace Products SE
  • AVCHEM, Inc.
  • Gexpro Services
  • New Breed Logistics
  • URS Corp. (formerly EG&G)

03/2010

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Gore Design Completions’ Hangar, 2005

205,000 Sq. Ft.

670 Employees

03/2010

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Triple S Steel, 2003

120,000 Sq. Ft. steel distribution facility

70 Employees

03/2010

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PORT SAN ANTONIO:
  • The Port addresses various tenant requirements by providing an abundance of services that include:
    • Custodial, Special Security, Grounds Maintenance
    • Trash Disposal and Recycling, Catering
    • Construction –
      • Expansions, Renovations, and Build to Suit
      • Construction Repairs for roofing replacement projects, installation of equipment (electrical, technical, plumbing, etc.)
    • Professional –
      • Environmental, A & E, Appraisals, Accounting, Auditing
  • These services are also utilized by the Port in its day-to-day operations.
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PORT SAN ANTONIO:
  • As a political subdivision of the State of Texas, Port San Antonio is subject to comply with –
    • various provisions of Chapter 378 and 271 of the Texas Local Government Code;
    • laws, rules and regulations for activities funded by other units of federal, state and local governments;
    • the Texas Open Meetings Act – Texas Government Code, Chapter 551; and
    • the Public Information Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 552.
    • the Texas Government Code, Chapter 2254, Professional and Consulting Services, subchapter A. Professional Services
procurement
Procurement:
  • In 2003, The Port Authority of San Antonio Board of Directors (BoD) adopted a Procurement Policy.
  • In 2007, this Policy was amended, increasing the President & CEO’s Contracting Authority.
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Procurement:
  • Contracts valued < $20K = No Competition Required
  • Contracts valued > $20K, but < $200K = Minimum 2 Responses
  • Contracts valued > $200K = Formal Competition
  • This requirement applies to Contracts for –
    • Professional Services
    • Construction Services
    • Personal/General Services
    • Purchase of Materials and Equipment
smwbe objectives
SMWBE OBJECTIVES:
  • It is the Port’s policy to encourage involvement of qualified Small, Minority, Women-Owned Business Enterprises (SMWBE) and Local Business Enterprises in soliciting and awarding competitive contracts in accordance with the specific goals adopted by the Authority’s Board of Directors.
  • The Port actively promotes SMWBE certification and encourages vendors to contact the SCTRCA to obtain applicable certifications.
  • The Port currently has over 1,800 active vendors with the award of over 59% of contracts to Small Businesses.
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SMWBE OBJECTIVES:
  • FY10 the Port awarded Contracts for:
    • Construction Services = $13.6M
      • $8.3M (61%) to SBE firms.
          • 23% awarded to MBE and WBE firms;
    • Professional Services = $1.8M
      • $ .703M (39.4%) to SBE firms.
          • 34% awarded to MBE and WBE firms
    • Pers./Gen. Services, Material & Equip. = $5.3M
      • $1.2M to SBE firms.
          • 15% awarded to MBE and WBE firms
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SMWBE OBJECTIVES:
  • FY-11, as of June 2011, the Port awarded Contracts for:
    • Construction Services = $4.3M
      • $1.1M (26%) to SBE firms.
          • 28% awarded to MBE and WBE firms;
    • Professional Services/General Services = $2.5M
      • $ .576M (30%) to SBE firms.
          • 18% awarded to MBE and WBE firms
smwbe objectives3
SMWBE Objectives:
  • Anticipated Contracts remaining for FY-
iso certification
ISO CERTIFICATION:
  • ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
    • The Port has joined the ranks of the region’s entities certified by Direct Assessment Services Certification for the ISO 9001:2008 standard of the Switzerland-based International Organization for Standardization, or ISO.
    • The ISO 9001:2008 certification for quality management reflects the Port’s focus on following best business practices as it continues to grow as a regional industrial airport and railport.
    • The Port utilizes the ISO process to strengthen its relationship with its customers, and vendors.
    • To comply with the ISO 9001:2008 Standard, the Port is required to conduct periodical performance evaluations of its vendors.
vendor registration
VENDOR REGISTRATION:
  • Vendors registered with Port San Antonio are invited to participate in various procurement opportunities.
  • To register as a Port San Antonio Vendor, visit our website at: http://www.portsanantonio.us/businessopportunities
  • Vendors registered with Port San Antonio –
      • are notified via email regarding formal solicitations
      • have access through the Port’s website to solicitation and training information from other public entities
      • are shared with the Port’s tenants, general contractors, and other public and private entities seeking vendors to provide services.
port contacts
PORT CONTACTS:
  • Wyndie Applewhite, Manager, Contracting Services – wyndie.applewhite@portsanantonio.us;
  • Terry Arrington, Administrative Assistant – Contract Support Services – terry.arrington@portsanantonio.us
  • Elena Cantu, Administrative Assistant – Vendor Data Base Coordination – elena.cantu@portsanantonio.us
  • Vendor Registration/Open Procurement Opportunities – www.portsanantonio.us/businessopportunities
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Q & A

HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH PORT SAN ANTONIO

July 26, 2011

Wyndie Applewhite, Contracting Manager

Port Authority of San Antonio

907 Billy Mitchell Blvd.

San Antonio Texas 78226-1802

O – (210) 362-7849; C – (210) 286-0774; F – (210) 362-7832

Email: wyndie.applewhite@portsanantonio.us

Web address: www.portsanantonio.us