Call for Bids
Requests for Bids, Proposals and Qualifications
Skagit County RFP (Request For Proposal) Index
RFQ's, Call for Bids, Vendor Opportunities and Roster Information
Use the information request form to submit questions, inquiries or comments.
|Title||Posted Date||Closing Date||Information
|One (1) Latest Model Excavator||2/22/17||3/17/17|
|Maintenance of Restoration Projects within Skagit County
*Must be an approved contractor on the Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) Roster
|RFQ: Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering Services for the Skagit County Guemes Ferry Replacement Project #ESMVGUEMES||2/16/17||3/9/17|
|Public Works Landscaping Maintenance||2/16/17||3/6/17|
|Skagit County Homeless Crisis Response System & Low-Income Housing||2/3/17||3/3/17||2/10/17|
|Auditor Recording System (ARS)||1/30/17||2/16/17||2/10/17|
|Purchase of Large Woody Debris (Logs with Attached Rootwads) Project #WA402000||1/26/17||2/13/17||RESULTS|
|Purchase of New Equipment: One (1) New Latest Mechanics Service Truck||1/25/17||2/21/17||RESULTS|
Skagit County Consultant Rosters
As of February 1, 2016, Skagit County Public Works will no longer be developing and maintaining an internal consultant On-Call Roster. Instead, MRSC (Municipal Research and Services Center) Rosters will be used to fulfill the County’s obligation to advertise our requirements for architectural, land surveying, or engineering services per RCW 39.80. MRSC Rosters is a service that provides a membership database used by participating Washington public agencies to efficiently and affordably contact registered businesses about small public works construction projects, consulting opportunities, and contracting of goods or services. Consultants and businesses interested in perusing opportunities with Skagit County Public works are encouraged to join the MRSC Roster at http://mrscrosters.orgSkagit County Small Works Roster*
Skagit County joined the MRSC Rosters effective 12/17/07 per contract #C20070653.
Choosing to participate in MRSC Rosters is an efficient and cost-effective way for you to market your services to local Washington State governments (Agencies) and be considered for small public works projects (projects under $200,000). In one registration process you can select to be part of one or many rosters.