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Have questions? Check out or FAQs below or contact us to learn more

 

Q. How do I get on the bid invitation list?

A. Please complete this form. Be sure to include as much of the following information as possible - company name, contact name, phone number, email, scopes of work performed, geographic interest and whether you are an S/M/W/SDVOSB/DBE/LGBTQ firm.

Q. Do I have to be prequalified to bid on Mortenson projects?

A. Most of our bid packages are available for all firms to bid without advance prequalification. Where advance prequalification is required for a specific bid package, we will advertise and/or contact potential bidders for prequalification information prior to issuing bid documents.

 

Q. Will I have to provide a Payment and Performance Bond?

A. We often utilize Subcontractor Default Insurance in lieu of traditional subcontractor bonding. To qualify, you must be registered with Mortenson through Textura. Payment and performance bonds may still be required due to the size of the proposed subcontract or state law, i.e. Washington GC/CM work.

 

Q. What are Mortenson’s Safety Requirements?

A. Subcontractors are required to comply with our Zero Injury Program, including its procedures, practices and policies. Refer to our standard Subcontract Agreement for more information.

 

Q. Does Mortenson have a Drug & Alcohol Testing Requirement?

A. Yes. Mortenson is a drug and alcohol-free workplace. By assigning employees to work at the Project, Subcontractor represents that it has conducted substance abuse screening of such employees to screen for the presence of drugs or alcohol.

 

Q. How do I get on Mortenson’s database, learn about opportunities and/or about a particular project?

A.Please complete this form and we will be in touch soon.

 

Q. When can I expect to get bid results?

A. Most projects will not have immediate bid results. We need time to properly evaluate each proposal to do a fair and complete analysis. Typically, two weeks following a bid we will have a good idea of who is the apparent low bidder for each trade. 

Questions about working with us?

For more information on how you can get involved in our upcoming projects, please contact us.