Park and Recreation/Playground Equipment 2016-2022

Expiration
12/01/2019
Inception
12/01/2016
Total Terms Expiration
12/01/2022
Master Agreement #
DASPS-2114-16

Lead State

Oregon

Shirley Smith
shirley.smith@oregon.gov
(503) 378-5395

The State of Oregon, acting by and through the Department of Administrative Services, (“DAS”) has established Master Agreements for playground, parks and recreation equipment (collectively referred to as, “Parks and Recreation Equipment”), and installation, training, and other related services (“Related Services”) for the members of the NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program (“NASPO ValuePoint”) and other Purchasing Entities (including departments, agencies, institutions), institutions of higher education, political subdivisions (i.e., colleges, school districts, counties, cities, etc.), the District of Columbia, territories of the United States, and other eligible entities subject to approval of the Participating Entity’s procurement director and compliance with local statutory and regulatory provisions (“Purchasing Entities”). 

Parks and Recreation Equipment" includes  Athletic Equipment, Bleachers, Bundled Playgrounds, Commercial Play Equipment, Dog Parks, Outdoor Fitness Equipment, Independent Play, Recycled Material Equipment, Replacement Parts, Site Furnishings, Shade and Shelter, Surfacing, Swing Sets and Waterpark Equipment, and  Barbecue Grills, Barbecue Smoker Grills, Banquet Tables, Benches, Bike Racks, Bleachers, Grandstands, Bus Stop Shelters, Canopy Tents, Cigarette Receptacles, Drinking Fountains, Exercise Equipment, Fire Rings, Flags, Floor Matting, Message Centers, Park Benches, Park Grills, Camp Stoves, Parking Lot Equipment, Patio and Café Furniture, Pet Products, Picnic Tables, Planters, Playground Equipment, Pool Furniture, Sanitation Equipment, Security, Sports Equipment, Tables, Trash Receptacles, Umbrellas and Universal Access. 

Instructions

Updates

Rubbercycle Master Agreement not being renewed.

The NASPO ValuePoint Master Agreement #6481 led by the State of Oregon for Rubberecycle will expire on December 1, 2019. The Company (Keith and Jen) informed the State of Oregon that they do not have the capability to uphold the terms and conditions of the Master Agreement. The agreement will not be renewed upon agreement by all parties.

 

However Rubberecycle products will be offered on the MRC contract per Rubberecycle and MRC. If you do not have a current MRC PA in place you could start negotiations with them if your state so chooses.