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SDUSD Bid Notification - Crawford HS Interior Upgrades


Attached please find the bid notification for Bid No. CS-17-0781-08: Interior Upgrades at Crawford High School – Phase I. The project estimate is between $3.8 million and $4.2 million. Bids for this project are due on March 16, 2017. Prime Contractors bidding this project must be licensed in the following classification(s): B.

The Bid and Contract Documents are available in three formats; hard copy, CD, or online from PlanWell. Hard copy bid documents are available at ARC Global Document Management for a refundable payment of $400 per set; CD’s are available for a non-refundable charge of $50. Online documents are available for download free of charge on PlanWell through ARC,, click on “Public Planroom” and search SDUSD (call 714.424.8525 for online planroom assistance). 

As a reminder, Site Visits are Mandatory ONLY for Bidding Prime Contractors, however subcontractors are highly encouraged to attend. The site visit will start on Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 9:00 AM at Crawford High School (in front of the main office), 4191 Colts Way, San Diego, 92115. Prime/bidding contractors must be present and sign-in to be able to bid this project.

DVBE Program: Pursuant to Resolution In Support of Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses (SDVOB) and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) approved on May 10, 2011 by the Board of Education, the Bidder is required to satisfy a minimum DVBE participation percentage of at least 3% for this project.

This project is subject to the PSA and requires PREQUALIFICATION (see legal ad for more details).

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