• RFPs & Bids

  • Current Bids

    Listed below are the current Invitations to Bid and related Addenda.
    Addenda may occur prior to bid opening. Be sure to check the listing
    frequently. Addenda will be distributed to registered plan holders.

    CIP B-574 Vista Grande Street Pedestrian/SR2S Improvements


  • Plan Holder Lists for Current Bids


  • Senate Bill 854 (2013-2014) Information

    The California Legislature has imposed a new registration requirement for contractors and subcontractors involved with public works projects. Senate Bill 854, created a registration program, effective July 1, 2014, to fund the Department of Industrial Relations’ monitoring and enforcement of prevailing wage laws.

    The registration period is open now, and contractors and subcontractors wishing to work on a public works project must be registered by March 1, 2015. For public agencies/awarding bodies, the new law requires that all public works projects with bids due after March 1, 2015, or awarded on or after April 1, 2015, use only registered contractors and subcontractors. The bill also requires awarding bodies to include notice of the registration requirement in their bid invitations and bid documents. In addition, public agencies must also file notice of their public works projects using DIR approved forms.

    Registration is completed through an online application and requires a non-refundable $300 fee to be paid by the contractors and subcontractors. The registration process requires contractors to:

    • provide workers’ compensation coverage to its employees
    • hold a valid Contractors State License Board license
    • have no delinquent unpaid wage or penalty assessments
    • not be subject to federal or state debarment

    Contractors must pay an annual renewal fee by July 1 of each year. The registration form is located on the DIR’s website at:



    To help awarding bodies and contractors comply with the new requirements, the DIR will post a database of registered contractors and subcontractors on its website. While non-registered contractors may not be awarded public works contracts after the effective date, inadvertently listing an unregistered subcontractor on a bid will not necessarily invalidate that bid.