Prequalified Contractors



Public Utility District No. 1 of Lewis County is updating its Pre-Qualified Contractors list for 2017.  Contractors must be pre-qualified by the District’s Board of Commissioners annually to work on the District’s electrical and/or fiber system.  Electrical work may consist of electrical substations, transmission, and overhead and/or underground distribution construction projects and tree trimming.  Fiber work may consist of splicing, overhead and/or underground fiber construction projects.  All contractors wanting to submit bids for work on the District’s electrical or fiber system must be on the District’s Pre-Qualified Contractors list.

In order to become pre-qualified by the District, a person, firm, or corporation must possess the following requirements:

  • Adequate financial resources, or the ability to secure such resources;
  • The necessary experience, organization, and technical qualifications to perform the proposed work;
  • The ability to comply with required performance schedules taking into consideration all of its existing business commitments;
  • A satisfactory record or performance, integrity, judgment, and skill to perform the proposed work; and
  • Be otherwise qualified and eligible to receive an award under applicable laws and regulation.

This is not a notice of bid; rather, the applications submitted by contractors will be used by the District to establish a list of contractors from which future bids may by be required.

Contractors may obtain a 2017 Pre-Qualification Application Packet by accessing the documents under the "Related Documents" section of this page or by contacting Stacy Davis, Executive Assistant, at (360) 740-2412 or execadmin@lcpud.org . Please submit a completed application by 5:00 p.m. on March 31, 2017.

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