The outcome of our unique dual mission of improving energy efficiency in buildings and promoting regional economic growth and job creation, is the ongoing design, demonstration and deployment of new but proven technologies, systems and processes to achieve significant energy and, ultimately, economic savings. At any given time, we have many projects underway. Please see below for a list of opportunities, to see how we are literally re-energizing buildings for the future.
General Hub RFPs
Listing of current EEB HUB RFP opportunities.
Building 661 & 7R Project
Penn State is seeking qualified contractors for the construction of two buildings (661 and 7R) at The Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA.
The construction work will be bid in two stages. The first stage will be the asbestos abatement and demolition (structural only) packages only. The second stage will include all other work including: general trades, mechanical, electrical and plumbing packages.
Wharton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the EEB Hub are committed to catalyzing the growth of the energy efficient commercial buildings sector by advancing the development of innovative small businesses. The EEB Hub is proud to help these state-of-the-art companies showcase their products, services, and technologies, and in order to promote procurement opportunities with industry leaders.
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