Interested in bidding on construction, service or maintenance projects? Please contact the Contract Administrator to be added to a bidders list for the services you provide. We welcome the opportunity to do business with you.
|Bid Title||Bid Opening Date & Time||Pre-Bid Meeting||Addendum(s)||Bid Results||Awarded Bidder|
|AC Street Paving Repair - 2020||July 7, 2020 2:00 PM||N/A||Addendum # 1|
|Airport Well Maintenance Project - 2020||July 7, 2020 2:30 PM||N/A||Addendum # 1|
Bidder's Responsibility - Please read before submitting a bid response.
If you download bid documents for a construction project from this website or a plan room, you must notify the District that you plan to respond in order to receive any addenda or changes to the bid documents. Failure to acknowledge addendums may subsequently disqualify you from the bid process.
All workers employed on a public works project must be paid the prevailing wage determined by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations, according to the type of work and location of the project.
To find the current prevailing wage rate determination, please check the State of California Department of Industrial Relations website https://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/Prevailing-Wage.html
Public works is construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or repair work done under contract and paid in whole or in part out of public funds. It can include preconstruction and post-construction activities related to a public works project. Additional information regarding Public Works laws are available on the DIR website, https://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html
If you work or bid on a public works project, then you are considered a public works contractor. This includes subcontractors. Please refer to the State of California Department of Industrial Relations website for registration requirements, https://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/Contractors.html
Contractors must be registered with DIR before bidding, being awarded, or performing work on public works projects in California. Contractors who work exclusively on small projects are not required to register as public works contractors or file electronic certified payroll reports for public works projects that do not exceed $25,000 for new construction, alteration, installation, demolition or repair and $15,000 for maintenance.