C&D Contracting

Building Capital Projects with Third-Party Partners

C&D is always looking to engage qualified firms to participate in our Capital Program. We work with a wide range of consultants and contractors, including many MWDBE/SDVOB. We emphasize Design-Build, but also utilize A+B bidding, public-private partnerships and other innovative contracting solutions that foster a deeper partnership between C&D and our contractors, streamline decision-making, share risk, increase accountability, and accelerate project delivery.

To learn more about current and upcoming opportunities, click on the links below.


Register with MTA Contractor Portal

All bidders and proposers interested in doing business with C&D must register in the MTA Contractor Portal to download solicitations and submit bids/proposals.

To obtain solicitation materials, bidders and proposers must register with System for Award Management (SAM), a federal vendor database used to validate vendor information. The registration process requires a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number and company Employer Identification Number (EIN). Bidders and proposers who do not have a DUNS number may obtain one from Dun & Bradstreet. Requesting a DUNS number online takes about 10 minutes and is free of charge if you state you require the DUNS number for registration in SAM.

Notice to Small and Emerging Companies

C&D runs a number of programs in its effort to work with a wide range of small businesses. These include: 

  • Active M/WBEs, DBEs, and SDVOBs programs: The MTA and its agencies provide equal access to procurement and contracting opportunities to businesses that are owned by minorities, women, and veterans with service-related disabilities. Click here to learn more.
  • Small Business Development Program: The goal of this program is to develop and grow emerging contractors through classroom and on-the-job training and technical assistance in prime contracts with MTA Agencies. Click here to learn more. 
  • Discretionary Solicitations: C&D creates smaller, Discretionary Opportunities -- procurements that do not exceed $1,000,000 -- and makes them available only to NYS certified MWBEs and qualified small businesses. 

Contact Us

Contact us at contracts@mtacd.org if you have any questions about contracting with MTA Construction & Development.


Evan Eisland, EVP, General Counsel & Secretary, MTA C&D
Evan Eisland, EVP, General Counsel & Secretary, MTA C&D
Steve Plochochi, SVP, Contracts, MTA C&D
Steve Plochochi, SVP, Contracts, MTA C&D

Thank you for doing business with the MTA