Business with the MAC

Thank you for your interest in doing business with the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC). A number of opportunities exist for businesses and individuals to provide goods and services to the MAC and its airports.

Providing Goods and Services to the MAC

As a public corporation of the State of Minnesota, the MAC abides by certain established policies and procedures for the solicitation and procurement of goods and services.

To learn more about current opportunities, click on the Solicitations tab.


The MAC solicits bids for large construction projects and purchases of most goods and services totaling $50,000 or more. The primary locations where these requests for bids are published are:
  1. The Solicitations listing on this site
  2. State Register:
The Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Rights is responsible to isssue construction workforce hiring goals (minority and female) for certain state-funded projects and to monitor compliance by affected contractors.

For information regarding compliance monitoring of MAC projects for the state workforce hiring goals, visit the MDHR's Web site at

Concessions Opportunities at MSP

Learn more about opportunities to provide retail or food & beverage concessions at MSP Airport by clicking on the Concessions or Retail Cart & Vending Program tabs.

Getting Down to Business at MSP Airport

For information about the MSP Airport Conference Center, advertising at MSP, obtaining film or photography permits, constitutional expression permits, or meeter/greeter booth rentals, visit the Business@MSP section on the website.

Surplus and Unclaimed Item Sales

Surplus goods and unclaimed lost and found items are sold through an electronic bidding process.

The following websites may have MAC items available for bidding: