The public is invited to do business with SHRA through the following construction and bidding opportunities:

Procurement Services

Constructing and Bidding Opportunities

Homeownership Services

Construction and Bidding Opportunities



Below are some frequently asked questions about bidding and contracting opportunities with SHRA.

Q. How do I find out about bidding opportunities with SHRA?

A. There are several ways to find out about opportunities to bid for construction or maintenance services contracts.  Notices are posted on our website and Builder’s Exchange and public notices in area newspapers when required.
Q. How do I get my business in a database to do business with the Agency?

A. The first step is to complete a Vendor’s Application and W-9 form. You can download these documents from our website at www.shra.org. Applicants must be a contractor licensed by the state to perform the type of work specified in the Vendor’s Application. Applicants who submit completed and approved documents will be placed into the database and will then receive e-mail notifications about bidding opportunities.
Q. After I receive a contract with SHRA, can I get help finding subcontractors?

A. The List of Designated Subcontractors is required with the submission of the bid.  SHRA can assist with a list of potential subcontractors during the bidding process upon request.  An outreach list of Minority and Women-Owned Businesses (M/WBE) is provided with the bid package on federally funded projects.