Business with PCWA
The following information is provided to keep you informed about PCWA construction projects that are needed to help ensure reliability and redundance of operations for years to come.
Bid Opportunities and Public Purchase
Construction bid opportunities are shown below. All bids are in chronological order based on the bid opening date. Vendors must register with Public Purchase to view and download bid notices, documents and related addenda which will affect their ability to respond. Click for instructions on how to register your company with Public Purchase, or see instruction overview below. Click to login to Public Purchase. If you need any assistance with this process please contact Public Purchase at email@example.com, or use their Live Chat during business hours. Live Chat can be found in the upper left corner of the Public Purchase website.
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Additional Construction Bid Opportunities Not listed on Public Purchase Website:
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For PCWA goods and services bid opportunities, please see the Goods and Services page.
Create account on Public Purchase website.
Use the link below to begin the registration process. It can take up to 24 hours for your account to become active. You will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org letting you know your account is activated. Be sure and add this email address to your contacts to avoid the bid notification emails being sent to your junk folder.Public Purchase
Register with PCWA within Public Purchase.
Once you have received your activation email from Public Purchase log into Public Purchase and accept the terms and conditions of use.
Click on the link below to start your registration process with Placer County Water Agency. Begin by selecting the NIGP Commodity Codes that relate to your business so you can receive email notifications of future bid opportunities. You may be prompted to fill out a W-9 for the Placer County Water Agency records and for tax purposes. This form must be completed before you will be considered a vendor for Placer County Water Agency even if Placer County Water Agency already has a W-9 from you on file.PCWA on Public Purchase