This division provides contract administration and construction inspection services for all new and rehabilitation contracts including sanitary sewers, water mains, roads, bridges, storm drains and pumping stations throughout the County. We also provide these services for county departments including Environmental Protection and Sustainability (EPS) and Property Management.
General Contractors wanting to bid on Public Works contracts are required to be prequalified. Prequalification must be approved 10 days prior to bid opening. Unless stipulated in a bid announcement, subcontractors are not required to be prequalified. Provided here is a list of prequalified contractors (PDF) and the classification of work (PDF) they are qualified to perform.
Invitations to Bid
Invitations to Bid advertises the contract for proposed work. It identifies the required prequalification categories and cost group, bid proposal document inspection and sale information, and the date, time and place of bid opening. On this page, you can also find the list of prequalified contractors who have purchased the bid documents. To receive an e-mail in the future for upcoming projects, please subscribe to our email distribution list.
Source of Supply
All materials used on Baltimore County Construction Contracts must meet the requirements of the General Provisions in the Standard Specification for Construction and Materials. A manufacturer or supplier wishing to be added to the current Source of Supply must send a written request to:
Construction Contracts Administration
111 W. Chesapeake Avenue, Room 300B
Towson, MD 21204
The request should include all catalogue cuts, test results, certifications or shop drawings pertaining to the particular material or item to be added. Upon approval, the manufacturer or supplier will be added to the list.
Revised December 2, 2013