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Trade Partners

We work regularly with some of the best trade partners in the business. Their knowledge, skill and reliability is a vital resource, and we are deeply committed to maintaining strong working relationships that lead to our mutual success – and to the success of our customers.

Projects Bidding

Work With Us

Why do the region’s best trade partners want to work with Hoffman? Our job sites are welcoming, safe, efficient, and productive. We respect our subcontractors as true partners and run modern, efficient, Lean projects. We provide world-class safety management. We pay our bills promptly and keep subcontractors busy in good times and bad.

Bids Due Project Package Title Location Information
Bid Due

Thu 03/07/2024
2 pm

Project

King County West Point Treatment Plant GC/CM Services
King County Wastewater Treatment Division

Package

BP #4 - Primary Tank Coating

Location

Seattle, WA

Information

Thu 02/22/2024 10 am
A non-mandatory, but strongly encouraged, pre-bid meeting has been scheduled for February 22, 2024, 10:00 a.m. at the King County West Point Treatment Plant GC/CM Services project jobsite.  Attendees are to meet at 1400 Discovery Park Blvd., Seattle, WA 98199.  Attendees must bring/wear their own compliant helmet and safety glasses, reflective vest, long pants and boots in order to attend the job walk following the pre-bid meeting.  All bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-bid meeting in order to acquaint themselves with the local conditions under which the work is to be performed and to correlate personal observations with the requirements of the contract documents.

Bid Due

Thu 03/14/2024
2 pm

Project

UO Knight Campus (KCASI) Phase 2
University of Oregon

Package

BP#5 - Signage and Graphics

Location

Eugene, OR

Information

Tue 02/13/2024 2 pm
A non-mandatory, but strongly encouraged, pre-bid meeting has been scheduled for 2:00 p.m., February 13, 2024 (via Microsoft Teams).

Networking and Outreach Opportunities

Date Name Location Description
Date

Mon 03/04/2024
3–5 pm

Name

Port of Seattle / Hoffman Construction PortGen Subcontracting Summit

Location

Conference Center at SEA (SeaTac Airport)
17801 International Blvd.
SeaTac, WA 98158
NO VIRTUAL OPTION

Description

March 4, 2024, 3:00 – 5:00 PM at

Conference Center at SEA (SeaTac Airport)17801 International Blvd.SeaTac, WA 98158

NO VIRTUAL OPTION

Join us to learn about two Hoffman/Port of Seattle Projects:

Post IAF Realignment (13% W/MBE Goal)(RFP opens March / April 2024)

Fire Station 1 Upgrades (10%W/MBE Goal)(RFP opens April 2024)

Parking will be validated for this event

CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION

Date

Thu 03/14/2024
9 am–4 pm

Name

Alliance Northwest – Tacoma Convention Center

Location

Greater Tacoma Convention Center
1500 Commerce Street
Tacoma, WA 98402

Description

Alliance Northwest is the premier government contracting event in the region, bringing together prime contractors, government agencies, and small businesses for a full day of relationship building.  The 2024 event will start with pre-event activities and allow for extended networking beyond March 14th.

For those firms who are experienced government contractors, Alliance Northwest is the place to strengthen established relationships, explore other government contracting opportunities and teaming opportunities, and hear the marketplace’s latest news and trends from the expert workshop speakers.

If you’re new to government contracting, you’ll have an opportunity to meet government agency representatives, explore subcontracting opportunities with prime contractors and attend high-quality training workshops.  If you’re unsure if the government marketplace is a good fit for your business and if you should attend this conference, reach out to the APEX Accelerator who can provide your business with no-cost advising services.

 

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Prequalification

To get on Hoffman’s bid invitation list, please complete and return the Subcontractor/Vendor Questionnaire below.

I have been in construction for 30 years and never enjoyed a project as much as yours. I like coming to a job that is clean, well run, and where every major activity is communicated every morning to all the workers… other projects in South Lake Union are nothing like this. Everyone gets along here too! Craftworker feedback at the McKenzie Apartments project in Seattle, WA

Project Onboarding

For trade partners already working with Hoffman, you’ll find our common files, forms and sites at the link below. If you have any questions, please reach out to Purchasing Manager Christyn Halliday.

Please click here for ACH Enrollment. If you have any questions regarding ACH, please reach out to Jennifer Rud.

FAQs

Complete and return the Subcontractor/Vendor Questionnaire above to receive bid invitations from us. To continue to receive bid invitations, you must update the questionnaire every 12 months.

Most of our bid packages are available for all firms to bid without advance prequalification. Evaluation of the received bids will consider whether the successful bidder has the appropriate financial, material, equipment, facility and personnel resources to meet the contractual requirements and a satisfactory record of previous contract performance, quality, safety and integrity. Where advance prequalification is required for a specific bid package, we will advertise and/or contact potential bidders for prequalification information prior to issuing bid documents.

The required coverages, limits, and Additional Insureds are identified in Subcontract Attachment “B”. The sample Subcontract is included in the Request for Proposals. Many of our projects utilize a Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (CCIP) wherein we provide general liability insurance for our Subcontractor’s on‑site activities.

We often utilize Subcontractor Performance Insurance in lieu of traditional Subcontractor bonding. Bonding may be required due to the size of the proposed subcontract or state law, e.g. Washington GC/CM work.

Subcontractors are required to comply with our Safety Program, including its procedures, practices and policies. Refer to the Minimum Project Safety Requirements or project‑specific Request for Proposals for additional information.

Yes. Every person entering a Hoffman worksite is subject to Drug & Alcohol testing. Drug & Alcohol cards from Hoffman‑recognized programs will be accepted if they have been issued within the past six months. We pay for the cost of the laboratory analysis.

Most bid documents are available at local plan centers and here on this page.

No. Anyone can view the plans online. Many of our projects also allow the bid documents to be downloaded without charge.

Yes. Bid documents may usually be obtained directly from the printer. The Invitation to Bid, the Hoffman website and the RFP all identify where to obtain bid documents.

This website is the best place to find information on specific sub‑bid opportunities with us. Visit the Opportunities section above for information on currently bidding projects.

All required documents, e.g., Subcontract or Purchase Agreement, Performance and Payment Bonds (if required), Certificate of Insurance, CCIP Enrollment (if applicable) and Safety Plan must be returned within fifteen (15) days of award.