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Doing Business with MOVEBR

As the MOVEBR program implements transportation and infrastructure improvements across East Baton Rouge Parish, a wide variety of opportunities will occur for businesses to participate in the process. These will be advertised through the normal procurement processes of the City Parish.


Current MOVEBR Project RFQs

Below are the current public notices for Invitations for Professional Engineering Services. Qualified engineering firms interested in submitting a Statement of Qualifications for the professional engineering projects listed below must obtain the official Request for Qualifications (RFQ) package from the City-Parish RFQ Manager.


Professional Support Services

The City-Parish may have a need for General Professional Services to support MOVEBR Program Projects. These assignments may be selected based on future project needs. Firms interested in providing these services should submit their information using the Engineering and Specialty Services Interest Form.

General Services
      • General Civil
      • Transportation
      • Traffic
      • Survey
      • Subsurface Utility Engineering

Firms with questions about Professional Support Services can email

Direct Appointment Candidates (DAC)

Several businesses have submitted their Letter of Interest package(s) to the City-Parish Department of Transportation and Drainage (DTD) or through the MOVEBR website to be eligible for Direct Appointments. These businesses vary in size from large firms to small businesses including those who self-certify as Minority-Owned, Women-Owned, and Veteran-Owned Business Enterprises. To view the list of businesses who have submitted their Letter of Interest package(s) and their information confirmed, please click the button below.




To promote a vibrant economy and strong small businesses in East Baton Rouge Parish, the Small Business Outreach (SBO) Initiative has been established as a critical component of MOVEBR. It seeks to empower small, minority, women, and veteran owned companies. Our goal is to support these firms by providing a clear path to doing business with the City-Parish through timely communications, capacity-building strategies, and technical assistance. The overall goal of the initiative is to ensure meaningful small business participation in MOVEBR.

This effort will include targeted outreach, training, and capacity building opportunities for emerging and established businesses. Throughout the course of the MOVEBR Program small businesses will be engaged for various contracting opportunities to include but not limited to: Right-of-Way Acquisition, Engineering & Design, Construction, Demolition, Program Management, and a Mentor Protégé Program.

Please fill out our SBO Contact Form to receive updates from our Small Business Outreach Team.

Learn more about Small Business Outreach here.