Doing Business With Metro Parks
It is the general policy of Metro Parks Tacoma to obtain quotes and bids for the purchase of materials, supplies and equipment in order to secure them at the lowest possible cost. Each department is responsible for their own procurement.
|REQUESTS FOR BIDS
These are advertised bids for our larger park improvement projects.
|REQUESTS FOR QUALIFICATIONS & PROPOSALS
These are advertised requests for services.
• A & E Request for Qualifications Ad 2017
• A & E Qualifications Form 2017
• A & E Project List 2017-2018
|SMALL WORKS ROSTER
Roster businesses will be sent invitations to bid on projects that are not publicly advertised.
|APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
The Apprenticeship Training Program provides opportunities for workers in state-approved apprentice programs to perform work that provides living wages on qualifying Metro Parks Tacoma public works projects. Contractors must contract with state-approved apprentices for 15% of a project's total labor hour goal on qualifying public works contracts totaling $250,000 or more.