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Master Contracts for Industrial Hygiene Services

Industrial Hygiene Services Master Contract Program

Industrial Hygiene Services Program Information

The State of Minnesota through the Department of Administration’s Real Estate and Construction Services are seeking firms for the Master Contract program for Industrial Hygiene Services. Services included in the program but not limited to, project management, testing, sample collection and analysis, and surveys for abatement of asbestos and other hazardous materials.  Services include on-site air monitoring and daily electronic log reports, site surveys, on-site and bulk material collection, sampling and analysis, recommendations, and reports for hazardous materials projects.


RECS intends to enter into a Professional and Technical Services Master Contract with qualified Responders. 

A Master Contract is a contract that spells out most, but not all of the terms between the signing parties. Its purpose is to speed up and simplify future Work Order Contracts. A Master Contract with the State is not a guarantee of receiving work issued in a Work Order Contract. A complete detailed description of required work will be furnished in each Work Order Contract issued under Master Contracts resulting from this RFP. 

Work Order Contracts will be issued for individual industrial hygiene services projects. Dependent upon the expected fee for the project, proposals may need to be solicited from multiple firms having a Master Contract for industrial hygiene services.

Continuously Open RFP

The Master Contract for Industrial Hygiene Services program RFP will be available online throughout the five (5) year Master Contract period (April 1, 2022 – March 31, 2027). Responses will only be accepted until November 30, 2026. Responses should only be sent via email to the email address listed in #4 below under “RFP for Industrial Hygiene Services Master Contracts.” Responses that meet the pass/fail qualifications will be awarded a Master Contract.

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