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NWPPA offers its members the opportunity to post RFPs and RFQs on our website at no charge. For more information or questions, contact Debbie K. at or complete the form below.

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EAP Services

Offered by: Jefferson County PUD

Response deadline: 1525046400

3:00 p.m.

Posted on: March 29, 2018

Request for Proposal to furnish Employee Assistance Services (EAP) services to the District including employees, eligible family members and management and union leadership. District requests proposals to provide services beginning July 1, 2018. Interested parties should go to the PUD website ( to view the entire RFP, scope of work, and requirements.   Deadline for Submittals: Responses will be accepted until 3:00 PM, Monday, April 30, 2018. Questions regarding this invitation should be directed to Debbie Lund at

IFB-SK-001 Carson Substation Construction Project and the Stabler Feeder 12.47 kV Reconductor Project

Offered by: Skamania County PUD #1

Response deadline: 1524700800

Due at 3:00 P.M. (Local Time)

Posted on: March 21, 2018

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Skamania County PUD #1, hereinafter referred to as the District, is soliciting bids for IFB-SK-001 Carson Substation Construction Project and the Stabler Feeder 12.47 kV Reconductor Project.

Bids responding to this Information for Bid (IFB) will be due at 3:00 P.M. (Local Time) on Thursday, April 26th, 2018, C/O Melanie Sharp 1492 Wind River Hwy, P.O. Box 500 Carson, WA 98610. All bids must strictly conform to the requirements described in the IFB.

Electronic copies of the IFB may be obtained by contacting Darin K. Crabtree, Electrical Consultants, Inc., at (503) 747-2235, or by email at

The bids submitted in response to this solicitation shall be evaluated for award based on the criteria described in the Bid Evaluation Criteria section of this IFB.


City Light Seeks Georgetown Steam Plant Partner

Offered by: Seattle City Light

Response deadline: 1524528000

Posted on: March 13, 2018

City Light Seeks Georgetown Steam Plant Partner

Historic Steam Plant Could Become STEAM-focused Museum, Cultural Center

SEATTLE – Seattle City Light is searching for a nonprofit organization to operate a self-sustaining center for STEAM education – science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics – and expand public tours at the historic Georgetown Steam Plant.

“The Georgetown Steam Plant fascinates visitors during monthly open houses, and we see the potential for a much more active use as a museum and cultural center that can inspire and educate people of all ages,” Interim General Manager and CEO Jim Baggs said.

City Light owns the plant, which opened in 1907 to provide power for Seattle’s electric street car system and the Seattle-Tacoma Interurban Railway. It’s builder, Frank Gilbreth, was a great innovator and pioneer in scientific management, motion studies, ergonomics and modern construction. It houses the only two Curtis vertical turbine generators left in place in the world. The plant is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a designated National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark, a National Historic Landmark and a Seattle Landmark.

More than 7,000 guests have visited the historic building since City Light began opening it to the public once a month in 2014.

City Light released a request for proposals today, seeking interested nonprofit organizations. Under the proposal, City Light would maintain ownership of the steam plant and provide maintenance of the building. The nonprofit partner would take over daily operations of the building, including tours, events and a museum/cultural center focused on STEAM education.

For more information on submitting a proposal, visit

Statements of interest and qualifications are due by July 3 with a partner selection expected by the end of the year.