Ongoing Invitation to Bid Process

Knoxville Habitat for Humanity extends this invitation to bid on certain items or services. Our projects include new construction and revitalization projects around Knox County. Habitat will utilize both private and public funding – which may include CRA, TIF Funds, NMTC, THDA, HOME and City of Knoxville Grants – for some of these projects, including our Aging In Place program*, and will abide by all federal state and local procurement guidelines set forth. Knoxville Habitat accepts bids on an ongoing basis.

Applicable city, state, and federal regulations such as but not limited to Section 3, Segregated Facility, Section 109, and E.O. 11246 are required. 

To be considered, you must complete the following steps. 

  1. View Bid Sheet(s) and prepare quote – please click here for a list of items and services up for bid
  2. Click here to e-sign Habitat for Humanity Comprehensive Subcontractor Agreement
  3. Complete the Company Profile Form (please attach copy of bid, General Liability Insurance and Workers’ Comp. Insurance to this form before submitting)

If you’d rather not submit your bid electronically, click here to download all bid documents. Please print these and deliver to our office at 1501 Washington Ave Knoxville, TN 37917 or email to


*The funding for this project was provided through a grant awarded by the Davidson County Chancery Court, Part III from the SeniorTrust/ElderTrust settlement (Case No. 11-1548-III) and through a contract administered by the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability.


Knoxville Habitat for Humanity is pledged to a policy of equal opportunity. All decisions regarding the provision of program services are made without regard to the race, color, sex, religion, national origin, familial status or disability of an applicant, their household members or surrounding community. Decisions regarding awards of repair or subcontract work are made without regard to the race, color, sex, religion, national origin, familial status or disability of the owners or employees of the business. Bid opportunities for repair and subcontract work under the AIP program are being affirmatively advertised and marketed to local, female-owned and minority-owned businesses. Habitat for Humanity is an equal opportunity employer.