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Notice to bidders for Duncan Avenue Reconstruction Services

Notice to bidders for Duncan Avenue Reconstruction Services -  JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY

Duncan Avenue Reconstruction Services - Addendum #1

Duncan Avenue Reconstruction Services - Addendum #2

 
Welcome to the HCIA!

On behalf of the Hudson County Improvement Authority (HCIA), welcome to our website.

Located in the fastest-growing county in the State, the HCIA is an autonomous public agency with a mission of providing a wide range of needed services to the residents and businesses of Hudson County at the least cost to taxpayers. The HCIA has broad responsibilities in the County including solid waste and recycling management, financing for public & private initiatives, redevelopment projects, transportation management, recreation services, alternative energy initiatives and environmental education.

In June 2015, Hudson County celebrated the opening of Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West in Jersey City- Hudson County’s first public golf course developed and financed by the HCIA. Since then Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West has become one of the best public golf courses in the area featuring 9 challenging championship holes- 3 par fives, 3 par fours and 3 par threes totaling 3,200 yards.

Today, the HCIA is excited to be developing the new Hudson County High Tech High School to be located in Secaucus. This 340,000 square foot building with anticipated completion and opening for the 2018-19 School Year will consist of a three-story central hub including classrooms, administrative offices, cafeteria, gymnasium, a 400-seat theater and three extensions for teaching environments.

Thank you for visiting the HCIA’s website. Be sure to follow us on Facebook (@Hudson County Improvement Authority); Twitter (@HCIAOnline) and Instagram (HCIAOnline) so you are up-to-date with all of the happenings at the HCIA!

 
Calendar of Events


2017

Click to Download 2017 Shredding Flyer.

Click to Download 2017 HHW Flyer.

Click to Download 2017 Earth Day Flyer.

Click to Download 2017 Compost BIN Flyer.


Wednesday March 22 Calendar Art Contest Entries Due

Saturday March 25 Mobile Shredding, Lincoln Park - Jersey City

Saturday March 25 Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale, Lincoln Park - Jersey City


Saturday April 1 Mobile Shredding, West New York DPW

Saturday April 1 Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale, West New York DPW

Monday April 3 Calendar Art Contest Winners Announced

Saturday April 8 Mobile Shredding, Gregg Park - Bayonne

Saturday April 8 Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale, Gregg Park - Bayonne

Saturday April 22 EARTH DAY

Saturday April 22 Earth Day Fair-5K Run/Walk-Contest Awards Liberty State Park

Saturday April 29 Mobile Shredding, West Hudson Park - Kearny

Saturday April 29 Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale, West Hudson Park - Kearny

Sunday April 30 HHW Collection & Tire Amnesty Day, Bayonne - Gorman Field Parking Lot

Sunday April 30 HHW Collection & Tire Amnesty Day, North Bergen MUA



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Spring Will Be Here Shortly!

Did the groundhog see his shadow or didn’t he? Who do you trust? Punxsutawney Phil? Staten Island Chuck? Essex Ed? Is a rodent really a reliable weather source? Regardless of the temperature, Spring will be here shortly! This Spring, the Hudson County Improvement Authority will once again be selling compost bins and rain barrels at several locations throughout Hudson County. Could your home use a compost bin and rain barrel? Read on and find out.


A compost bin provides environmental, financial benefits while also providing plants and lawns with necessary nutrients. An organic material, compost can be added to soil to support plant growth. Certain food and yard waste can be placed into the composter saving them from being sent to a landfill in a plastic bag. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) estimates that these materials make up 20 to 30% of what a typical consumer throws away. When sent to a landfill, these materials, as they decompose, release methane, a potent greenhouse gas.

The soil produced in a compost bin is rich in nutrients and can be placed on lawns, gardens and flowers beds. This material is also cheaper than the bags of compost purchased at the store. It is also a natural fertilizer and can eliminate the need for chemical fertilizers.

Compost enriches soil which helps it to retain moisture and suppress plant diseases and pests. Compost also encourages the production of good bacteria and fungi which creates humus- a rich nutrient-filled material. Now don’t go grabbing a bag of pita chips, we said humus, not hummus! Humus is like a sponge which can hold up to 90% of its weight in water which allows it to remain moist for weeks longer than soil without humus.


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HCIA HCST High Tech High School Project


NOTICE TO ALL RESPONDENTS:

On behalf of the Hudson County Improvement Authority, please download a Summary Chart which sets forth the Proposal Scores and Rankings with respect to the Authority’s RFP for Design-Build Services for the Construction of a New High Tech High School in Secaucus, New Jersey.  A Special Meeting has been scheduled for April 6, 2016 at 5:30 p.m., where the Board will consider the award of a contract regarding the Project.  The Special Meeting will be held at the Authority’s offices located on the  9th Floor at 830 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City New Jersey 07306.

>> Click here to register for link to download HCIA HCST High Tech High School project documents including Addenda.

 
Lincoln Park West Golf Course- RFP Evaluation Report

Evaluation Report of Proposals Received in Response to the RFP for Operation and Management of a Public Nine-Hole Golf Course at Lincoln Park West, a Hudson County Park, Located at the Southwest Corner of the Intersection of US Routes 1&9 and Duncan Avenue in the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson, State of New Jersey

Click here to download Golf RFP Evaluation Report

 
HCIA Solar Project

NOTICE TO PROPOSERS

HUDSON COUNTY Renewable Energy Program

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

For a Developer of Photovoltaic Systems at the Jersey City Department of Public Works Facility, 

13 Linden Avenue, Jersey City, County of Hudson, New Jersey,

>> Click here to register for link to download HCIA solar project documents including Addenda.



 

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