Management of Underutilised Commercial Kitchens for Community Usage Program
1.1 BEDC is requesting proposals from qualified service providers to provide a planned approach and execution timeline to identify Department of Health approved underutilized commercial kitchen facility owners that desire to rent their kitchen’s down-time periods to BEDC approved public/community users. Hereinafter referred to as the Program.
1.2 The scope of services is divided into the following 3 phases:
PHASE I – Business Plan Development / Stakeholder Meetings
1.2.1 Commercial Kitchen Identification/Availability
1.2.2 Community Kitchen User Identification
1.2.4 Challenges / Opportunities
1.2.6 Financial Considerations
1.2.7 Risk Assessments
PHASE II – 3Month Pilot Testing Period / Plan Refinement Feedback
1.2.8 Problem Solving
PHASE III – Full Program Rollout / Management
1.2.12 Financial Understandings
Applicant proposals must be submitted by 5:00pm Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Proposals received after the deadline will be deemed non-compliant and will not be considered.
3.1 Proposals may be submitted via email to email@example.com, with a copy sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails that contain RFP proposal submissions should contain the following information in the subject line: Management of Underutilized Commercial Kitchens for Community Usage (Personal and/or Company Name).
3.2 Proposals may also be mailed or hand delivered to the following address:
Bermuda Economic Development Corporation
Sofia House, 48 Church Street
Hamilton, HM 12
Attention: Tiffany Durham
3.3 All proposals and accompanying materials shall become the property of the BEDC upon receipt and will not be returned.
3.4 All conditions contained within this RFP shall be considered accepted by vendors that participate in this solicitation.
3.5 All information submitted with the RFP will be kept confidential. The BEDC is not obligated to award orders or contracts to applicants that participate in the RFP process.
3.6 Provisions of this RFP and the contents of the successful proposal may be included in the final contract.