|Project||Contact Person||Value||Location||Bid Date||Bid Time|
|Yuba City - WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS||
Anna Stein (510) 234-0926
Danny Holdren (510) 234-0926
Larry Etcheverry (510) 234-0926
|$17,600,000||302 Burns Drive, Yuba City, CA 95991.||07/31/2018||2:00pm|
|San Francisco: Ambulance Deployment Facility||
Cody Lee (510)234-0926
|$26,600,000||2241 Jerrold Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124||08/07/2018||2:30pm|
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NEW PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION LAW [SB 854]
Subcontractors must register and meet requirements using the new online application before bidding on public works contracts in California.
SB 854, a budget trailer bill that was signed into law on June 20, 2014, and became effective immediately, made several significant changes to laws pertaining to the administration and enforcement of prevailing wage requirements by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR). Among other things, SB 854 established a new public works contractor registration program to replace prior Compliance Monitoring Unit (CMU) and Labor Compliance Program (LCP) requirements for bond-funded and other specified public works projects. The fees collected through this new program will be used to fund all of DIR’s public works activities, including compliance monitoring and enforcement, the determination of prevailing wage rates, public works coverage determinations, and hearing enforcement appeals.
- Contractors will be subject to a registration and annual renewal fee that has been set initially at $300. The fee is non-refundable and applies to all contractors and subcontractors who intend to bid or perform work on public works projects (as defined under the Labor Code).
- Registrations will begin after July 1, 2014, once the registration system is ready to go online. The preferred method of payment will be by credit card.
- The requirement to list only registered contractors and subcontractors on bids becomes effective on March 1, 2015. The requirement to only use registered contractors and subcontractors on public works projects applies to all projects awarded on or after April 1, 2015.
For more information visit https://efiling.dir.ca.gov/PWCR