Washington MBDA Business Center
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: November 8, 2022)
Architecture & Engineering Projects (Last update: November 8, 2022)
The Washington MBDA Business Center maintains this list of active government agencies seeking contractors. This list is updated whenever new information becomes available.
King County Procurement
King County Solicitations – View current solicitations.
Register as a supplier in the King County E-Procurement Supplier Portal
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.
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.
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.
Metro Parks Tacoma
Small Works Roster – Metro Parks Tacoma may solicit bids from our small works roster contractors for many of our smaller construction projects with budgets of $350,000 or less to reduce the time and process involved in bidding and contracting.
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.
This curated list includes regional and local business opportunities.
Contact the bid holder or project manager directly for the most up-to-date information, including pre-bid meeting requirements.
Due Date: December 20, 11 AM Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held. Project Scope: Provide uniformed security officers at various City of Tacoma and Tacoma Public Utilities […]
Due Date: November 15, 2 PM Description: Providing all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to repair fender systems, pier structures, and other marine systems when requested by the Engineer on […]
Due Date: November 16, 2 PM Procurement Summary: This solicitation is for performance-based Janitorial Services for multiple port facilities. The types of buildings include a low-rise office building, small guard […]
Due Date: November 17, 2 PM Procurement Summary: In this solicitation the Port of Tacoma seeks to obtain one Hi Rail Truck as detailed in the specification matrix of this […]
Due Date: November 18, 11 AM Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will be held at held 9:00 a.m., PST, Tuesday, November 8, 2022 via TEAMS. Project Scope: This project involves […]
Browse the list of past opportunities. For your information only – these opportunities are no longer available.
Due Date: November 2, 12 PM Description: The Port of Seattle requires assistance in evaluating, re-architecting, and upgrading or replacing Network hardware and software, comprised of multiple technology products and […]
Due Date: October 27, 1 PM Description: The Work includes building or facility restoration, remodel, reconfiguration, new work, demolition, temporary installations, mitigation of hazards and maintenance related work. Subcontractors may […]