Contractors & Consultants

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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.

Contractors must create a free account with PennBid to download documents.

Requests for Qualifications/Proposals

Request for Qualifications – DeHart Spillway Improvements

Capital Region Water (CRW) requests the professional services and expertise from a qualified firm or project team to deliver and publicly bid the design and permitting of improvements to CRW’s DeHart Raw Water Impoundment Spillway and Embankment.

Through the issuance of this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), CRW invites highly qualified respondents to submit responses describing the experience and qualities that differentiate you from others in the field of aging, high-hazard, earthen-embankment dam modification design, construction and operation.

Qualifications are due May 17, 2019 by 2:00 PM.

Please find the Request for Qualifications here. Email jeff.bowra@capitalregionwater.com to request access the RFQ attachments.

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Addendum No. 3

Addendum No. 4

Business Diversity Program

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.

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.

Apply for Street/Sidewalk Cut Permit here.

Work is not permitted to begin until an approved Street/Sidewalk Cut Permit is issued.

Water and Sewer Applications

Rules and Regulations

The Rules and Regulations for the Drinking Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater System are adopted by Capital Region Water’s Board of Directors to ensure the safe, efficient, and reliable operation of the facilities and infrastructure necessary to serve Ratepayers.

Financial Reports

More detailed financial reports including rate studies, audited financial statements, and consulting engineering reports can be found here.