Working With the Port

Contractors, Consultants & Vendors

The Port of Woodland relies on the services of qualified contractors and vendors from a variety of industries to maintain and upgrade its facilities.

Small Works Roster

To be eligible to work on Port of Woodland small public works projects, complete the following forms:

Request for Bids

Annual Service Contracts

There are currently no open contracting requests available.

Job Openings

Port of Woodland does not currently have employment job openings.

Where to Send Completed Documents

  • Submit documents online when possible; or
  • Mail to Port of Woodland, 1608 Guild Road, Woodland, WA 98674

Additional information about Prevailing Wage and Affidavit Forms is available from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. For registration questions, contact us.

The Port of Woodland advertises all public works projects within its newspaper of record, the Daily News. As desired, the Port will also advertise within The Columbian and The Reflector for any bid requests, public works, surplus of materials and announcements. The Port of Woodland also is a member of the MSRC Small Works Roster. Companies registered with MSRC are on the Port’s roster and companies do not need to register on both small works rosters to be eligible for Port projects.

The Port of Woodland looks forward to working with you!

Bids / RFPs / RFQs

Coming soon-

RFQ for 30% Rail Design Conceptual Plan for Austin Point on speculative development

Bid Results / Contract Awards

Bids:

  • Haying Maintenance for 2020- 2 properties awarded to Dean Boon
  • Haying Maintenance for 2018 and 2019 – 2 properties awarded to Dean Boon
  • Haying Maintenance for 2018 and 2019-  1 property awarded to Mitch Ingraham

Construction Projects:

  • Port Administration Office Remodel – awarded to JH Kelly- complete 9/2018.

A&E Projects:

  • Rail Conceptual Plan RFQ Development- David Evans and Associates- underway
  • Howard Way and Guild Road Engineering and Final Bid Set- Gibbs and Olson- underway
  • Guild II Conceptual Design and Master Binding Site Plan- awarded to Gibbs and Olson- Complete
  • Phase II: Guild Road Industrial Park I – awarded to Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc.- Complete
  • Port Administrative Office Design and Engineering- Collins Architecture- Complete
Port Projects

Doing Business at the Port

The Port works with many different entities and organizations to encourage economic growth in the district. Due to properties in both the urban City of Woodland and in rural Cowlitz County, the Port works with both entities to coordinate permitting requirements. The Port partners with Cowlitz Economic Development Council with incentive programs, providing assistance to potential and established businesses. Below are links to the Port’s partners.

Port Properties
Schurman Way-Port Way

Who does business with the Port?