The City of Philadelphia: Child Care Facilities Fund Approved Vendors Request for Qualifications
Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) manages the Child Care Facilities Fund (CCFF or “Facilities Fund”) for the City of Philadelphia. This work offers an opportunity to advance the mission of the Office of Children and Families (OCF) in expanding access to high-quality early childhood experiences for all Philadelphia families. PHMC has managed this Fund since 2014 and has supported over 180 facility projects.
Through CCFF, child care commercial and residential child care facilities in Philadelphia can receive grant funds ranging from $12,500 to $25,000 to complete minor to mid-level renovations and large appliance purchases.
Typical projects will be performed by licensed and insured contractors in the City of Philadelphia and may include but not be limited to the following:
· Floor repair / replacement
· Bathroom Repairs
· Classroom sinks
· Outdoor playground expansion / improvement
· Ceiling repairs
· Security camera installations
· HVAC repairs / improvements
· Major kitchen appliances
· Lighting repairs / improvements
· New bathrooms
· New indoor playgrounds
· Roof repairs
· Skylight installations or repairs
· Smoke alarm systems
· Adaptations to serve infants and toddlers, and to care for children up to age five during non-traditional hours
· And other improvements as approved in the application process
PHMC is accepting qualifications from independent contractors and construction firms interested in being an approved vendor, available to provide work quotes and perform work between the dates of February – June 30, 2023.