Competitive Bids and In-Kind Construction Opportunities

Small businesses, minority-owned businesses, women-owned businesses, LGBTQ-owned businesses, veteran-owned businesses, and community-minded businesses are strongly encouraged to reach out. Deadline for submittal July 1, 2022.

Habitat for Humanity is seeking competitive bids for services and materials for a groundbreaking 18-home development

This high-visibility affordable housing development will be a first of its kind in Sacramento. Habitat for Humanity is currently seeking competitive bids and partners for this all-electric, solar-powered and EV ready affordable homeownership development that will provide critically needed affordable housing to working, low-income families in our region. Bid requests are for non-prevailing wage jobs.

Materials and Services available for bid and trade partnerships

  • Solar Systems (material & labor)
  • Concrete Foundation/Flat Work (material & labor)
  • Framing, Floor Joists, Trusses (material & labor)
  • Electrical (material)
  • Cabinets (material & labor)
  • Drywall (material & labor)
  • Interior Trim/Doors (material & labor)
  • Fire Sprinkler Systems (material & labor)
  • Hardie Siding (material & labor)
  • Roofing (material & labor)
  • Carpet (material & labor)
  • Vinyl Plank Flooring (material & labor)
  • Garage Doors (material & labor)
  • HVAC Systems (material &labor)
  • Insulation (material & labor)
  • Plumbing (material & labor)
  • Framing (material & labor)
  • Landscaping (material)
  • Counter Tops (material & labor)

Interested in submitting a competitive bid?

– Please contact Amy Schnetz at or (916) 440-1215 x1111

Interested in learning about sponsorship/partnership opportunities (including in-kind sponsorships/partnerships) with high-visibility and engagement opportunities for your company?

– Please contact Matthew Romsa at or (916) 440-1215 x1112

Contractors must be licensed, bonded, and insured. Bid requests are for non-prevailing wage jobs as Habitat Greater Sacramento is exempt from prevailing wage under the Davis-Bacon Act as a Bona-Fide Nonprofit per our Safe Act Exemption.

building homes, communities, and hope

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento builds and preserves affordable homeownership opportunities for low-income families, seniors, and veterans. A hand up, not a handout, qualified low-income partner families put in 500 hours of “sweat equity” building their home before purchasing the home with a 30-year, fixed-rate 0% interest equivalent mortgage.