Doing Business with MSD
Louisville MSD is proud to be an economic engine in our community and beyond. We offer businesses large and small opportunity to work with us toward our vision of safe, clean waterways for our community.
Click here to learn more about our monthly informational sessions.
Learn about our Procurement rules.
Learn about our Terms and Conditions.
Supplier Diversity Program
MSD encourages minority and woman-owned businesses to compete for MSD work in all our core business areas comprised of construction, engineering and other professional services, and the purchases of commodity goods and related services.
For more information click here.
Small Local Business Enterprise Program
The Small Local Business Enterprise Program is a commitment to stimulating economic development and promoting equal opportunity for small businesses in Jefferson and Oldham counties in Kentucky. Qualifying projects range from $30,000 to $149,999.99 and contracts are awarded based on the lowest, responsive, responsible bid.
Local Labor Preference
MSD projects are paid for with public funds. Our Local Labor Preference ensures that more of these dollars will remain in the community for the benefit of the local economy.
On Monday, December 18, 2017, the MSD Board voted to approve a new threshold for MSD’s Local Labor Preference for construction contracts. The new threshold is for construction contracts of more than $5 million. Previously, MSD procurement regulations required a Local Labor Preference for construction contracts of more than $10 million.
Local Labor is defined as individuals who have a primary legal residence within Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties in Kentucky; and, Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Washington counties in Indiana.
Louisville MSD commissioned Mason Tillman Associates to conduct a disparity study that would encompass the availability of businesses ready, willing, and able to do business with MSD, as well as, an analysis of MSD’s procurement practices and date.
- Disparity study results here.
- Disparity study Executive Summary here.
- Disparity findings presentation here.
- Disparity study FAQs here.
MS Procurement Overview
Take a look at how MSD procurement activity affects our community
The online portal MSDJobLink.org, connects our contract holders with potential community workers. Contractors can post available jobs, while individuals and area workforce development agencies can view the opportunities and upload resumes.