Advertisement for Bids:
Contractors may visit PennBid to view active advertisements for construction projects currently out to bid. Find Capital Region Water’s projects by typing in “Capital Region Water” in the Keyword search box.
Open for Bid:
Due April 26, 2017: General Construction, HVAC Construction, and Electrical Construction bids for a Headworks Screening Project are now posted to PennBid. Follow the directions above to learn more.
Contractors must create a free account with PennBid to download documents.
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:
Capital Region Water is obligated to provide street sweeping in the City of Harrisburg. Capital Region Water wishes to expedite retention of a qualified contractor to provide street sweeping services using the Request-for-Proposal competitive process. The selected contractor will furnish all labor, tools, shop facilities, equipment, and materials necessary to provide street sweeping services in accordance with technical specifications that can be obtained here.
Proposals due March 13, 2017 by 1:00 PM EST.
Street/Sidewalk Cut Permits:
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.
Water and Sewer Applications
NOTE: All applications must include a drawing showing the CRW water or sewer main and the location of the new service line. Information on the proposed materials of construction and a description of the construction methods must also be submitted.
Water Service Application
Include a check payable to “Capital Region Water” for the $25.00 Service Initiation Fee and the Service Tap Fee based on the size of your tap.
Fire Service Application
Include a check payable to “Capital Region Water” for the $50.00 Permit Fee and the Service Tap Fee based on the size of your tap.
Sanitary Sewer Service Application
CRW will review the permit and determine the permit fee.
More detailed financial reports including rate studies, audited financial statements, and consulting engineering reports can be found here.