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Invitation to Bid – Timber Product Harvest/Sale, DeHart Property
Capital Region Water, in partnership with Appalachian Forest Consultants, invites members of the forest product industry to inspect and place a bid to purchase certain designated timber products standing within defined forest tracts and stands owned by Capital Region Water.
Qualified bidders are encouraged to submit a sealed bid via US Postal Service to: Tanya Dierolf, Sustainability Manager, Capital Region Water, 212 Locust Street, Suite 500, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Print “Timber Sale Bid” on outside of envelope. No fax, e-mail, or hand-delivered bids will be accepted. Bids will be opened at Capital Region Water’s office, see address above, by ‘Capital Region Water’ and ‘Appalachian Forest Consultants’ personnel on Monday, July 16, 2018 at 11:00 AM. Results of bid process will be mailed to each participant. A guided tour of the sale area will be conducted on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 9:00 AM. Please confirm your attendance by calling 814-893-5459.
Please find the Bid Prospectus here and the Bid Proposal here. Also available for review is a draft form of the Sale Agreement both Capital Region Water and the successful bidder will review for execution.
Capital Region Water’s Business Diversity Program ensures that minority, women, and disadvantaged business enterprises have an equal opportunity to participate in all project related construction contracts. Learn more here.
Requests for Proposals
Beginning January 1, 2017, Capital Region Water is the point of contact for Street/Sidewalk Cut Permits in the City of Harrisburg when excavating for water or sewer pipe repairs. If you are excavating streets or sidewalks in the City of Harrisburg for water or sewer pipe repairs, you need to obtain a Street/Sidewalk Cut Permit through Capital Region Water.
Work is not permitted to begin until an approved Street/Sidewalk Cut Permit is issued.
More detailed financial reports including rate studies, audited financial statements, and consulting engineering reports can be found here.