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Contractors

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Contractors

The Contract Services Division administers MDOT's contracting processes, including contractor prequalification, bid letting, contract awards, and contractor payments. The information available here includes prequalification of construction contractors, project advertisements, bid information and results, contractor payment information, and much more.

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Contractor Focused Programs

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

Information and the necessary forms to become certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

Small Business Program

MDOT has developed a race- and gender-neutral Small Business Program (SBP) to ensure that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) and SBP owned businesses have opportunities to participate on federally-assisted projects.

Small Business Program

Prequalification for Construction Contractors

Information and the necessary forms required to become prequalified to perform construction work for MDOT.

Prequal for Construction Contractors

Bid Letting

Information on bid lettings (current and past), project advertisements, eligible bidders and plan holders list, ordering plans and proposals, establishing electronic bidding, and obtaining the necessary forms required for bidding.

Bid Letting

Awards & Payments

The Contract Awards Unit is responsible for awarding construction contracts to prime contractors. This section provides information on contractor payments, contract modification, and subcontracts on current MDOT projects.

Awards & Payments

Innovative Contracting

Innovative construction contracting methods address specific project objectives that conventional contracting methods cannot, such as minimizing motorist delay or time to project completion. This section provides information on upcoming and current design/build projects.

Innovative Contracting

On-the-Job Training Program

The purpose of the On-the-Job-Training (OJT) Program is to offer equal opportunity for the training and upgrading of minorities, women and disadvantaged persons toward journey-level status in the highway construction trades.

On-the-Job Training Program