Current Opportunities

Current Vendor Opportunities

We are looking for local contractors to perform home hazard testing, remediation, abatement, mitigation, repairs, and home safety modification work as a part of our Healthy Homes and Older Adult Home Modification Program. To join the contractor pre-qualification list, please apply using our Neighborly Contractor portal (link). The contractor pre-qualification list is open at all times. Minority, woman-owned, and Section 3 businesses are encouraged to join. Please reach out if you need assistance or have any questions. As a contractor doing business with Gwinnett Housing Corporation through this government program, you will also need to register with SAM.gov.   

Healthy Homes Program

GHC’s Healthy Homes Program is a home hazard testing and remediation program that will be administered through GHC’s Homeowner resource center in Norcross, Georgia. The program is designed to protect the most vulnerable families in our target Gwinnett County communities by creating healthier homes and improving housing conditions. GHC will create healthier homes by providing healthy home assessments, healthy home education, home hazard testing, and home hazard remediation services to eligible Gwinnett County tenants and homeowners.

GHC, as a part of their program, will focus on the following home hazards and is seeking contractors that can perform these activities:

  • Radon Testing and Abatement
  • Lead Hazard Assessment, Lead Hazard Testing, and Lead Hazard Abatement
  • Mold Assessment and Mitigation
  • Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detector Installation
  • Weatherization
  • Pest control treatments, traps, and sealings
  • Asbestos Assessment and Abatement
  • Minor Home Rehab
  • Painting
  • Landscaping
  • Windows
  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • HVAC
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing Repairs
  • Maintenance for hazards that have the potential for injuries (ex. fall or trip hazards)

The Older Adult Home Modification Program

The goal of the Older Adult Home Modification Program is to enable low-income elderly persons to remain in their homes through low-cost, low-barrier, high-impact home modifications to reduce older adults’ risk of falling, improve general safety, increase accessibility, and improve their functional abilities in their homes.

GHC, as a part of their program, is seeking contractors that can perform environmental modifications and adaptive equipment installation, such as:

  • Grab Bars and Railings
  • Lever-Handles Door Knobs and Faucets Installation
  • Temporary Ramp Installation
  • Tub/Shower Transfer Benches
  • Handheld Shower Installation
  • Installation of Raised Toilet Seats and Comfort Height Toilets
  • Installation of Risers for Chairs and Sofas
  • Installation of Non-Slip Strips for Shows and Tubs
  • Bathroom Grab Bars
  • Repair of uneven surfaces in homes
  • Other Maintenance

Georgia Drawdown Initiative 

In partnership with the Georgia Hispanic Construction Association, the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, and with guidance from Georgia State Representative Marvin Lim, the Gwinnett Housing Corporation is working towards the development of a comprehensive federal investment and workforce development plan to benefit disadvantaged communities in one of the most diverse and under-resourced parts of Gwinnett County. These activities are funded through the Georgia Drawdown Climate Solutions and Equity Grant.

As a part of this process, we are actively seeking feedback from businesses and contractors who are interested in receiving training and other opportunities to supply services in the areas of weatherization improvements and water efficiency. Your feedback on our weatherization and energy efficiency survey will provide valuable insight that will be used as part of the plan's development.

Please assist us in this endeavor by completing the survey below.

Weatherization & Energy Efficiency Survey