All formal bid documentation will be posted on CIVCAST. WHCRWA encourages all interested contractors to create an account on the CIVCAST website, and interested parties can sign up to receive updates anytime the WHCRWA posts items to CIVCAST.
Since 2016 the SWSP, a jointly funded project between the WHCRWA and NFBWA, has made significant strides to motivate participation by local minority-owned and small businesses to encourage diversity in contracting and implementation of the SWSP.
We are currently in the final stages of the Design Phase of the SWSP and have held multiple contractor outreach events to encourage participation by local minority-owned and small businesses.
As the SWSP Team moves forward with construction, we encourage local minority-owned and small businesses to team with the SWSP Prequalified Contractors to deliver this project.
Surface Water Supply Project Prequalified Contractors
The following contractors have been prequalified to support construction of Segments A, B, and C of the Surface Water Supply Project. Local subcontractors interested in supporting delivery of the Surface Water Supply Project are encouraged to contact these contractors for potential teaming opportunities.
To access contact information for Prequalified firms, access Contractor Outreach Workshop Attendee Registration Sheets here .
- Barnard Construction Company
- Five Companies
- Flatiron Construction
- Garney Construction
- Harper Brothers Construction
- Oscar Renda Contracting
- SAK Construction
- S.J. Louis Construction
- Thalle Construction Company
Please note: Contractors to support the Segment B3 “Long Tunnel” and the pump stations will undergo separate prequalification at a future date.
As a result of ongoing community outreach and the feedback received, the SWSP team has identified a strong desire for inclusion of local minority-owned and small businesses in the contracting and implementation of the SWSP. In response to this community feedback, the WHCRWA and NFBWA are undertaking a four-step approach to encourage diversity in contracting and implementation of the SWSP by: