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Projects in Washington and Oregon States

Click below for a list of projects and contact the Washington MBDA Business Center for detailed project information. Opportunities lists are updated every two weeks.

Construction Projects Bidding (Last update: January 18, 2022)

Architecture & Engineering Projects (Last update: January 18, 2022)

King County Procurement

King County Solicitations – View current solicitations.

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King County Upcoming Capital Projects

Projects include: Construction, Architecture & Engineering, Professional, Design-Build, Consultant, Small Works, and Goods & Services.

Port of Seattle Projects

Port of Seattle VendorConnect
View Current Solicitations, Future Solicitations, and register for Port of Seattle VendorConnect to be placed on rosters: Small Works (construction less than $300,000), Consulting Services, and Goods &Services.

See Future Solicitation List here.

Sound Transit

Sound Transit Procurement and Contracts
View upcoming and active procurement opportunities, Small Works Roster, and Awarded Contracts. Vendors and contractors can register for the Sound Transit vendor portal to receive automatic notifications about upcoming solicitations that match their selected commodity codes, and can download solicitation documents and associated addenda.

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)

WSDOT Contract Ad & Awards
Call for bids, prequalify to bid on contracts, and view currently advertised & awarded contracts. WSDOT encourages contractors to submit bid proposals electronically via BidX.com. 

City of Tacoma

City of Tacoma Contracting Opportunities
The City of Tacoma invites qualified suppliers to submit bids and proposals for posted solicitations. The City of Tacoma publishes and distributes solicitation documents (RFBs, RFPs, RFQs, RFIs, etc.) in electronic form, either on the City website or in SAP Ariba.

City of Tacoma 2020/2021 Construction Projects Forecasting

Office of Minority & Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE)

OMWBE Bids & Contracting Opportunities
The opportunities, notices, RFPs, and RFQs are sent to OMWBE by state and government agencies and prime contractors to help in their outreach efforts to minority and women-owned businesses.

 


Marpac Construction – RFB – North Lot Project – #MAR51

Marpac Construction invites subcontractors to submit a bid proposal for the NORTH LOT project.

Due Date: February 3, 3PM
Subcontractor Outreach Event: January 20, 11am – 12pm. Connect with Marpac on a Zoom meeting to learn about bidding on the North Lot Project. Learn about the project timeline and scope details; find out how to bid on the project; have your questions answered directly by the Marpac team. Register on Eventbrite
Description: The project is a new construction of 7-story building, which provides 160 affordable housing units, childcare, adult care, and parking garage.
➢ Estimated construction start: May 2022
➢This Project is Subject to Washington State Residential Prevailing Wage. See Spec for Wage Schedule
➢ Bidders MUST separate 3 costs for North Lot Building, Jose Marti Childcare, and AiPace Adult Care
Scope of Work: Concrete, Gypcrete; Brick Veneer; Structural and Misc Steel; Wood Framing; Lumber; Finish Carpentry and Millwork; Waterproofing; Insulation; Fiber Cement Siding; Roofing; HM and Wood Doors; Storefront; Vinyl Window; Doors Hardware; Mirrors; Gypsum Wall Board and Metal Stud Framing; Acoustical Ceilings; Flooring; Painting; Signage; Toilet and Bath Accessories; FEC; Appliances; Casework; Countertop; Window Blinds; Play Field equipment; Bike Racks; Elevators; Earthwork; Shoring System; Asphalt Pavement; Pavement Markings; Landscaping & Irrigation; Site Concrete; and Site Utilities.

Click here to view Project Info Page for more information


Tacoma Public Schools – Call to Subcontractors – Bryant Montessori K-8 School Replacement Project – RFQ22007C

Register as a subcontractor: If you are interested in being considered as a subcontractor for the upcoming Bryant Montessori K-8 School Replacement Project, please visit the Tacoma Public Schools Purchasing website, go to the Bonfire link, and register as an interested subcontractor. Click here to learn how to use Bonfire to register as a subcontractor.

This will put you on a list that potential prime contractors bidding the project will see, and you can also show if your business could be considered as qualifying for one of the Tacoma Public Schools Community Inclusion goal categories. (Qualifying in a goal category is not required to register as an interested subcontractor.)

Attend Pre-Submittal Project Information Meeting: If you would like to learn more about the project, there is an optional (virtual) pre-submittal project information meeting at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. The Zoom link can be found in the Bonfire Procurement Portal for this project.
Click here to view Project Details on Bonfire Portal

Tacoma Public Schools’ Community Inclusion goals are as follows:
• 10% certified minority-owned businesses
• 6% certified woman-owned businesses
• 5% small business enterprises
• 30% local businesses (Tacoma and Pierce County)


Cornerstone General Contractors – Upcoming Bid Opportunities – Discovery Elementary Addition

Bidding: June 2021
LOCATION: Mukilteo, WA.  OWNER: Mukilteo School District.  ARCHITECT: Hutteball + Oremus
BUDGET: $19 Million.
Scopes: BP-03.1 $840,000 Building Concrete; BP-05.1 $470,000 Steel Erection; BP-05.2 $880,000 Steel Fabrication; BP-05.3 $230,000 Steel Deck Supply; BP-06.1 $520,000 Casework & Finish Carpentry; BP-07.1 $740,000 Metal Panels, Siding & Flashings; BP-07.2 $270,000 Thermoplastic Membrane Roofing; BP-08.1 $310,000 Aluminum Window Systems & Glass
BP-08.2 $290,000 Openings; BP-09.1 $850,000 Metal Framing & GWB; BP-09.2 $240,000 Acoustical Ceilings & Treatments; BP-09.3 $70,000 Carpet; BP-09.4 $60,000 Resilient; BP-09.5 $80,000 Tiling; BP-09.6 $100,000 Painting, Coatings & Sealants; BP-10.1 $670,000 Construction Specialties; BP-14.1 $100,000 Elevators; BP-21.1 $110,000 Fire Sprinklers; BP-22.1 $1,810,000 Mechanical; BP-26.1 $1,550,000 Electrical; BP-31.1 $2,110,000 Earthwork & Utilities; BP-31.2 $290,000 Storm Detention Vault; BP-32.1 $340,000 Asphalt Paving; BP-32.2 $380,000 Site Concrete; BP-32.3 $570,000 Landscape & Irrigation

Click here for more information & more bidding opportunities with Cornerstone GC


City of Tacoma – RFB – Sidewalk Replacement, Puyallup Tribal Lands – PW21-0748F

Due Date: January 18, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.
Project Scope: Replace damaged sidewalk at Pierce County Exempt sites within Puyallup Tribal Lands with the City.
Estimate: $150,000

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List
Bid Submittal Package


City of Tacoma – RFI – Artificial Intelligence to Optimize Performance of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations – ES21-0639F

Due Date: January 18, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.
Project Scope: The City is issuing this Request for Information (RFI) to determine the feasibility of utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) to integrate with existing plant processes and control systems to reduce O & M costs and better manage treatment process effectiveness.
Estimate: $300,000

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List


Port of Seattle – RFB – T30 Central Substation Replacement – MC-0320803

Due Date: January 18, 2PM
Pre-bid meeting: January 10, 2022 at 10 am.
The Work includes: 1. Removing existing T30 Central Substation; 2. Disconnect existing Seattle City Light connection to T30 South Substation and T30 Power Distribution Skid; 3. Disconnect and remove all feeders connected to T30 Power Distribution Skid; 4. Remove T30 Power Distribution Skid
5. Provide New T30 Central Substation. Connect T30 South Substation and T30 Central Reefer substation to the new T30 Central Substation.
Estimate: $2,650,000.00 – $3,000,000.00

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King County – RFP – Occupational Health Services – KC000430

Due date: January 20, 2 PM
Preproposal meeting: December 22, 11 AM
Description: King County is soliciting proposals from interested and qualified firms to provide employee occupational medical examinations and surveillance services for current and prospective employees of King County.

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Oregon Institute of Technology – RFP #2021-10 EDA Grant Capital Equipment EDA Award No.: 07-01-07446

Due Date: January 24, 1 PM
Description: The Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) was awarded a grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to procure equipment for the advancement of manufacturing research and development (EDA Award Number: 07-01-07446). Accordingly, Oregon Tech is now seeking proposals to select a vendor to provide eleven (11) pieces of equipment as specified in this Request for Proposals (RFP).

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City of Tacoma – RFB – I-5/S 56th St. Interchange ADA Compliance – PW21-0462F

Due Date: February 1, 11 AM
Project Scope: Upgrade pedestrian crossing ramps and signals at freeway on/off ramps along S 56th St and the intersection of S 56th St. and Tacoma Mall Boulevard.
Estimate: $978,000
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held

This bid is distributed by the City’s designated plan distributor, ARC Document Solutions, Inc. Please click here for more information


City of Tacoma – RFQ – Tacoma Fire Department, Facilities Master Plan – PW21-0735F

Due Date: February 1, 11 AM
Project Scope: The Public Works Facilities Management Division, in partnership with the Tacoma Fire Department (TFD) is soliciting Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from highly qualified firms interested in providing architectural and engineering consulting services to develop a Facilities Master Plan to determine the improvement requirements for TFD’s fire stations and support facilities. The consultant team will identify the opportunities and limitations at each facility; providing assessment findings, programmatic requirements, conceptual improvement plans, and cost/timeline projections for recommended improvements.
Estimate: N/A
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List


Port of Seattle – RFP – Salesforce Technical Services IDIQ – 00320887

Due Date: February 4, 12 PM
Description: The Port of Seattle (PORT) expects to partner with a firm to assist in accomplishing a wide range of projects over the next five years on the Port’s Salesforce platform recently implemented in the last two years. The Port’s platform currently is comprised of Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Social Studio, and Digital Engagement but other Salesforce modules will be considered over the next five years such as Sales Cloud. The product is used by several Port organizations for a variety of processes including Aviation Customer Service, External Relations, and our Commission Office. The Port also expect to expand the usage of the platform over the next several years to other organizations within the Port.
Estimate: The fee for this Agreement is not to exceed (NTE) $2,000,000 for the duration of the Agreement
(this includes the initial period of performance plus the options to extend).
Pre-Proposal Conference: January 19, 2022, 3:00 PM PT via Teams

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Port of Seattle – RFB – Terminal 106 CBP Facility Renovation Design Build – MC-0320844

Due Date: February 7, 2 PM
Description:
 This project would renovate the existing CBP facility at Terminal 106’s Warehouse B and incorporate spaces made available by a to be vacated warehouse tenant. The proposed renovated facility would allow consolidated CBP operations from their Terminal 102 facility. The Port, having been certified in accordance with RCW 39.10.270, has chosen to utilize the Design-Build procedure as the total project cost is over two million dollars and where the project will provide opportunity for greater innovation or efficiencies between the designer and the builder.
Estimate: $4-5M
WMBE Goal 11 Percent

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City of Tacoma – RFB – Citywide On-Call Fencing (Re-Bid) – CT21-0699F

Due Date: February 8, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting:
A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.
Project Scope: On-call fencing installation, removal and repair for various City departments.
Estimate: $2,700,000

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List
Price Proposal Page


Port of Seattle – RFP – Architectural Services IDIQ – 00320884

Due Date: February 10, 12 PM
Description: Provide all required professional services for the Architect Services contract on an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) basis throughout the term of this agreement. The PORT has projects which require architectural services, as well as services from other disciplines. Service may include mechanical and electrical system design, architectural support, civil/structural engineering support, feasibility studies, etc.
Estimate: The PORT intends on issuing multiple Agreements as a result of this solicitation. It is intended that three (3) contracts will be awarded. The first contract will be awarded to the highest ranked firm, valued at $3,000,000. The second contract will be awarded to the second ranked firm, valued at $3,000,000. The third contract will be awarded to the third ranked firm, valued at $3,000,000. The duration of these Agreements is five years (this includes the initial period of performance plus the options to extend).
Pre-Proposal Conference: January 25, 2022, 12:00 PM PST via Teams

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Tacoma Public Utilities – Application – Tacoma Power Trade Ally (conservation installer) Program: Insulation, window replacement, lighting, ductless heat pump, duct leakage testing and sealing

Due Date: Continuous

Scope:
Tacoma Power trade allies are valuable in helping us promote power conservation and energy savings within our communities. Our programs help customers save money and energy while helping you grow your business.

As a Tacoma Power trade ally, you will benefit from:

  • The ability to offer valuable incentives to your customers to motivate their purchase.
  • The consumer confidence in the Tacoma Power brand.
  • Tacoma Power’s program marketing.
  • An opportunity to be part of our published contractor list.
  • Ongoing training opportunities.
  • A dedicated Tacoma Power contact to help you navigate the process.

For More Information Click Here


Past Bid Opportunities

City of Tacoma – RFP – Investment Consulting – RE21-0767F

Due Date: January 11, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.
Project Scope: Provide investment consulting to include topics such as research and advice on asset classes, asset allocation, performance, fee negotiation, etc.
Estimate: N/A

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List


Port of Seattle – RFB – Concourse A Port Shared Use Lounge Design Services – 00320036

Due Date: January 11, 12 PM
Description: Plan and design the new lounge space to create a premium lounge experience for both international and domestic-bound passengers. The lounge will be equipped with a full-service kitchen for food and beverage service, guest showers, business services, and a variety of seating accommodations. The consultant shall work with the GCCM contractor to coordinate the phasing of the interior build out.
WMBE Goal 13 Percent

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City of Tacoma – RFB – Puyallup River Bridge Upgrades (MP 0.5C) – PW21-0733F

Due date: January 11, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will be held on December 14, 2021, at 9:30 a.m.
Scope: This Contract shall generally consist of making repairs to various elements of the Puyallup River Bridge. These repairs will include but not be limited to replacing guardrail, ties, tie spacers, timber walkway planks, replacing stringers and sway braces and making repairs to a steel truss.
Estimate: $420,000

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List
Bid Submittal Package


City of Tacoma – RFP – 2022-2026 Moveable Bridge O-M – PW21-0683F

Due date: January 11, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting:
A pre-proposal meeting will be held at the link below. December 10, 2021 at 11:30 am.
Project Scope: The City of Tacoma is seeking proposals from a responsible and qualified proposer (Proposer) to conduct the operation and maintenance of the Hylebos and Murray Morgan Bridges in accordance with the terms and requirements of this Request for Proposal (RFP) and federal regulations given in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 33, Navigation and Navigable Waters, United States Coast Guard, as amended, particularly Section 117, Drawbridges (33 CFR 117). Both the Hylebos Bridge and Murray Morgan Bridge are defined by the City of Tacoma as meeting the definition of “Drawbridge” in 33 CFR 117. The work shall consist of operating, inspecting, providing routine maintenance, and providing non-routine maintenance and repairs for both bridges.
Estimate: $6,000,000.00

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List
Appendix D – Hylebos Bridge O&M Manual
Appendix D – Murray Morgan Bridge O&M Manual


City of Tacoma – RFB – Fish Transfer Hoppers – TW21-0459N

Due Date: December 29, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will be held virtually. See Section 4 of these specifications.
Project Scope: Manufacture and deliver two fish transfer hoppers and their accessory equipment.
Estimate: $200,000

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List


City of Tacoma – RFB Tacoma Rail Monopole (Rebid) – PG21-0698N

Due Date: December 22, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will be held at the Tacoma Rail Office 2601 State Route 509, N. Frontage Rd, Tacoma, WA 98421, on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
Project Scope: Install 139’ monopole to include drilled shaft foundation, pole stacking, installing equipment mounts, and grounding.
Estimate: $240,000-260,000

Specification
Register for the Bid Holders List


City of Tacoma – RFP – Surplus Scrap Metal – CT21-0638F

Due Date: December 21, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.
Project Scope: The City of Tacoma is soliciting proposals to provide scrap metal salvaging services at various City locations.
Project Estimate: Vendor will compensate City for metal scrap picked up. Vendor’s compensation will depend on volume of metal recycled and reimbursement rate bid by respondents.

Specification


Port of Tacoma – RFI Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Procurement Solution Implementation – 111521

Due Date: December 17, 2 PM
Procurement Summary: The Port of Tacoma (“Port” or “Port’s”) is performing an assessment of future Finance and Procurement Software Platform capability needs. As part of this assessment, the Port of Tacoma is issuing an RFI seeking information regarding how comprehensively Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions can meet these future Finance and Procurement systems capability needs, in addition to seeking information regarding estimated implementation costs, proposed approaches, estimated schedules, and implementation partner capabilities.

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Contracting Opportunities Meet & Greet – Links To Opportunity Streetscape Improvement Project

Learn about the opportunities on the LTO packages, City of Tacoma’s Equity in Contracting requirements, and network with potential partners.
Two Dates:
1. November 30, 10 AM – 11 AM | Zoom Meeting
2. December 15, 10 AM – 11 AM | Zoom Meeting
The Links to Opportunity project will enhance the corridor along Sound Transit’s Hilltop Tacoma LINK extension route to increase accessibility and safety for residents and businesses. The scope of the improvements includes varying sidewalk color and designs, pedestrian lighting, street furniture, wayfinding signage, bicycle facilities, local art, granite inscriptions and poetry, street trees, and landscaping.

This project is divided into five bid packages, including the following scopes: preparation & grading, drainage & storm sewer, paving and traffic, illumination, erosion control & roadside planting, and more.
> Click here for the event flyer and detailed list of scopes.

> Learn more about the project here (Project Webpage).


City of Tacoma – RFB – Tacoma Landfill – Decommission GETS and Gas Probes (Rebid) – ES21-0734F

Due Date: December 14, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will be held at Commencement Bay Room #101, Center for Urban Waters, 326 East D Street, Tacoma, WA 98421 at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
Project Scope: This Project Statement of Work (SOW) pertains to decommissioning of 31 landfill gas monitoring probes, 38 groundwater monitoring wells, 1 landfill gas extraction well (CA-18), and 14 groundwater extraction wells (collectively herein termed installations; 84 total) that were installed to support the final remedy and are no longer required for PCC monitoring activities. Decommissioning of the installations falls under the regulatory authority of Ecology, and associated standards are specified in WAC 173-160, Minimum Standards for Construction and Maintenance of Wells (Minimum Standards). However, because the City Landfill portion of the Site remains under EPA’s regulatory authority, and to be consistent with requirements of the CD, the City submitted a decommissioning work plan to EPA for approval under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) authority for permit equivalency. The intention of the work plan is to meet the requirements outlined in WAC 173-160. The SOW also includes rehabilitation and modification of groundwater extraction well W-02R, as well as decommissioning the Landfill’s Groundwater Extraction and Treatment System (GETS) and connecting the system’s existing influent line to the existing discharge piping to the storm sewer. The need to treat GETS influent ceased after 1998, and untreated GETS influent has been discharged at the GETS Outfall to Leach Creek since 2003.
Estimate: $593,000

This bid is distributed by the City’s designated plan distributor, ARC Document Solutions, Inc. Please click here for more information

Addendum 1 – 11/02/2021


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