Current Advertisements for Bids or Leases are listed below, if any:


Lease of Real Property (Danny’s Diversion).  The Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) seeks a lessor for leasing agricultural real property located at 4743 Isleta Blvd SW Albuquerque, NM, ZAP Q-11; approximately 7 acres are irrigable.

Contact the AMAFCA office at 2600 Prospect Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107 in person or by telephone number at (505) 884-2215 for additional information.

Current Requests for Proposals are listed below, if any:

On-Call Appraisal Services

The Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) seeks competitive sealed proposals for On-Call Appraisal Services.  The complete Request for Proposals (RFP), including the Scope of Services, may be obtained by email by clicking here.  Telephone number is (505) 884-2215.

Proposals shall be received as indicated in the complete RFP, no later than 2:00 p.m., local time, on December 7, 2021.  Proposals shall be limited to eight (8) pages, excluding a cover letter, table of contents, New Mexico Resident Business Certificate, Appendix A (previous AMAFCA work), and the mandatory AMAFCA Campaign Contribution Disclosure Form, which is attached to and made a part of the Scope of Services. Failure to submit the complete AMAFCA Campaign Contribution Disclosure Form shall be cause to reject the proposal.


La Cueva Arroyo Survey and Hydraulic Analysis Project

The Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) seeks competitive sealed proposals for Professional Services for the La Cueva Arroyo Survey and Hydraulic Analysis Project. The complete Request for Proposals, including the Scope of Services, may be obtained by email by clicking here.

Proposals shall be received no later than 2:00 p.m., local time, on Friday, January 7, 2022. Proposals shall be limited to ten (10) pages, excluding a cover letter, table of contents, Appendix A as defined in the Evaluation Criteria, New Mexico Resident Business Certificate, and the mandatory AMAFCA Campaign Contribution Disclosure Form, which is attached to and made a part of the Scope of Services. Failure to submit the complete AMAFCA Campaign Contribution Disclosure Form shall be cause to reject the proposal.

AMAFCA will host an optional pre-proposal meeting at 10:30 a.m. on December 15, 2021, via teleconference.  All interested parties can attend. There will be no individual meetings with prospective proposers before or after the pre-proposal meeting.


*Why do we request contact information? Occasionally, after publication of an RFP has begun, there are addenda to the RFP to answer questions brought up by those who are thinking of submitting a proposal or to make other changes or clarifications, including changing the date proposals are due. If we know you are interested in submitting, we can get a copy of the addendum to you. If we do not know that you are thinking of submitting (i.e., you received the packet from a third party), we will not know that you are considering a submission, and will not be able to get the addendum to you. This is why we have you request the full RFP by email, rather than simply making the entire packet available on our website for download.

The Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority intends to make a purchase for which it believes there is no competition. This will be a “Sole Source” purchase made in accordance with 13-1-126 NMSA 1978. The purpose of this notice is to attempt to identify possible alternatives.

How to Comment/Respond

Any potential vendor who does not agree that this product or service is available only from the intended source must contact this office within fifteen (15) calendar days from the dated posted. Your response must be in writing and a description of the product or service you are offering as an equivalent must be included. You may send your reponse via email by clicking the email link within the procurement notice (pdf document) you are interested in.

Current Notices of Intent to Award Sole-Source Procurement at AMAFCA are listed below, if any:

AMAFCA does not currently have any sole source procurements pending.

Recent Notices of Award of Emergency Procurement at AMAFCA are listed below, if any:

AMAFCA does not have any recent emergency procurements.

Current job openings at AMAFCA are listed below, if any:

Engineer I. The Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) has a position available for an Engineer I.  A degree in civil engineering from an ABET – accredited college or university and a Fundamentals of Engineering registration in New Mexico or ability to obtain within 1 year of hire is required.  Also must be physically capable of performing field visits to and inspections of flood control facilities, including dams, channels, underground facilities, natural arroyos and construction sites.

In addition, must have ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with staff, developers, consultants, contractors, other governmental agencies, governmental officials, and the public.  The Engineer I may be required to work at any time, as needed, during or following a flood emergency.

AMAFCA offers a competitive salary, based on qualifications, and a full benefits package.  The successful applicant must agree to a pre-employment physical examination, including a drug and alcohol screen and a limited background check.

Qualified individuals should submit a cover letter and resume including salary history, to AMAFCA, 2600 Prospect, NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107 or via email at employment@amafca.org.  Please place “Engineer I” in the subject line.  Resumes are due by 5 p.m., Thursday, December 8, 2021.  No phone calls please. AMAFCA is an equal opportunity employer.

Download the Engineer I Job Description here.


Real Estate Manager. The AMAFCA Real Estate Manager manages AMAFCA real property holdings. Duties include but are not limited to acquisition, inspection, disposition, litigation, contract administration, and lease agreements. The Manger supports AMAFCA staff in all real estate matters and provides customer service support as a liaison to AMAFCA constituents.

AMAFCA Real Estate Manager Job Description

Contact AMAFCA for information regarding the quantity of material available at the following locations:
Woodward Stockpile – $0 per cubic yard
Powerline Stockpile – $0 per cubic yard
Black Dam Stockpile – $0 per cubic yard
Tijeras Stockpile  – $0 per cubic yard
Swinburne Dam (unstockpiled) – $0 per cubic yard
North Domingo Baca Dam (unstockpiled) – $0 per cubic yard
Other locations – $1 per cubic yard

Offerors wishing to receive the 5% New Mexico Resident Preference or the 10% New Mexico Resident Veterans Preference advantage as applicable per NMSA 13-1-21 and 13-1-22 must submit a valid New Mexico Resident Business / Contractor / Veteran Business / Veteran Contractor preference certificate with their sealed response. The “In-State Preference” documentation required to request Resident Preference may be obtained from the State of New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department.

NOTE: Resident Preference is not a mandatory requirement for submission of an offer.