Rebuild projects will likely need architects, landscape architects, general contractors, plumbers, electricians, and partners to carry out community engagement and more.
Most Rebuild projects will be managed by experienced and qualified nonprofits called “project users.” These nonprofits will apply for grants to work on Rebuild projects.
Projects may also be managed directly by the City of Philadelphia or by the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority.
You can view contracting opportunities for all projects on Rebuild’s contract opportunity portal.
Call for interest
If you are a business, organization, or professional interested in working on Rebuild projects, fill out Rebuild’s call for interest form to market your services to the nonprofits that manage Rebuild projects.
These nonprofits will hire partners for community engagement, design, and construction.
There are two forms to choose from. The design and construction form is for professionals who work in the design and construction industries, including:
- Professional services firms (e.g. owner’s representatives, project managers, accountants, etc.).
The community engagement form is for those who have expertise in community outreach and engagement, such as:
- Community organizations.
- Cultural organizations.
- Project managers.
After you submit the form, your information will be entered into a directory. This directory is shared with the nonprofits that manage Rebuild projects.
Together with their partners, they use the directory to find businesses and organizations to contract with when working on Rebuild projects.