GOAA looks to pre-qualify CRE appraisal firms for future airport contract work

Bob Moser

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority wants to pre-qualify a handful of commercial real estate appraisal firms for future opportunities to evaluate land at its two local airports, according to Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) issued on Thursday and Friday.

The applications that come in are for GOAA to establish a Qualified Bidders List (QBL), which it can use for contracting over the next five or 10 years. 

The airport authority can then invitepre-qualified firms in the future to submit quotes on appraisal projects. 

The future contract opportunities would be for appraisal at Orlando's international and executive airports, as needed. Two separate RFQ-QBLs were issued for appraisal work on commercial real estate that is used for aviation and non-aviation purposes. 

Non-aviation properties generally include all airport land not designated on the airport's layout plan as aeronautical. The purpose of appraisals would be to determine initial rent rate on developable properties, or to adjust annual rent on developed land. 

Appraisal services for the aviation-focused real estate would include retail space in the passenger terminal and cargo terminal space, among other areas.

Applications for both of the QBLs are due by June 28 to GOAA's purchasing office. 

RFQ-QBL no. 92661-18 for non-aviation real estate appraisal and no. 92662-18 for aviation-related property can be found through GOAA's Airport Business webpage, under the "Purchasing" tab. 

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