Planning & Bidding Information
City of Spokane – Engineering Services 2010 Construction Projects.
Spokane County – Links to both current and upcoming projects.
Spokane International Airport – See a list of current projects.
District 81 - Upcoming projects
Department of General Administration – Current and upcoming project list. See also current advertised projects.
Washington State Department of Transportation – Current and upcoming project list.
Idaho Dept of Transportation - Current projects, planholders lists and bid results.
Montana Dept of Transportation - Current projects, planholders lists and bid results.
Oregon Dept of Transportation - Current projects, planholders lists and bid results.
Department of Natural Resources - Current projects, planholders lists and bid results.
Engineering and Architectural Services Construction and Public Works - Upcoming Projects
Schools – The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) maintains a list of projects by county, school district and school that are receiving state matching funds.
Washington State University – Current and upcoming project list.
Eastern Washington University – View links on their construction & planning page or view a list of current and upcoming projects.
McGraw Hill Construction Dodge – McGraw-Hill Construction offers an online plans center at a discounted rate to Inland Northwest AGC members, as well as discounts on many other services to help build your business.
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce – DJC posts scores of Requests for Bids and Sub-bids in both its print and online versions, updated daily. Plus, DJC offers an on-line plan center with a variety of membership options.
FedBizOps.Gov – The single point-of-entry for federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000. It can be a complex system to wade through, so here’s a suggested way to start: On the homepage, on the left in the Buyers/Engineers box, click “View Opportunities”. Once on that page, enter “Washington” (or another state) in the “Place of Performance, State” box. Then click “Search” for a list of construction opportunities – from Forest Service Roads to Federal Buildings to Military Facilities – in that state.