A business can certify as a Section 3 Business Concern with the Housing Commission, if its principal office is located in the County of San Diego; and it is at least 51% owned by a County resident who meets the family income guidelines, or at least 30% of its full-time employees are County residents who meet the family income guidelines.
To obtain additional information, please contact the Section 3/Equal Opportunity Contracting Unit at email@example.com or www.sdhc.org/Business-Opportunities/Section3 .
A complete set of plans, specifications and any addendums that may be issued for this project are available for your review at no charge in our plan room or download at the agency’s website:
*** THIS IS A PREVAILING WAGE PROJECT ***
SUBTRADES: Signs/Striping, Masonry, Barrier Rail, Minor Concrete, Bar Reinforcing Steel, Crash Cushion, Electrical, Concrete Supply, Aggregate Supply, Sawcut, Anti-Graffiti/Waterproofing
IMPORTANT! We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek and encourage bids from certified SLBE, ELBE, DBE, UDBE, DVBE, SBE, MBE, WBE and OBE businesses. If your scope of work requires materials, please consider and list suppliers on your quote.
For all public projects Payment and Performance Bonds are required for 100% of the subcontract amount. Hazard will compensate for up to 3% for the required Bonds.
Please contact Hazard Construction Company should you need assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit or required insurance, equipment, supplies and or materials. Please visit our website to view Hazard Construction Company’s Insurance Requirements for General Liability, Auto and Workers’ Compensation for Subcontractors at http://www.hazardconstruction.com/HCCInsReq.pdf.
Please note that the requirements of SB 854 became effective on March 1, 2015. From this point forward All contractors and subcontractors who bid or work on a public works project must register and pay an annual fee to DIR. No Subcontractor may be listed on a public works projects without this registration # and expiration date.
The following link leads you to a search website where you can enter the contractor’s legal name or license number https://efiling.dir.ca.gov/PWCR/Search.action