About Us



Trade Partners

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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

Mon 12/06/2021
2 pm


IDOC East Dorm Replacement
The State of Idaho, as represented by the Division of Public Works


Bid Package: #2 - All Other Work (MEP, Interior Construction, Drywall, Painting, Siding, and Finishes, etc


Kuna, ID


Tue 11/09/2021 9 am
A non-mandatory, but strongly encouraged, pre-bid meeting has been scheduled for 9:00 a.m. (Mountain Time), November 9, 2021 (via Microsoft Teams).

Future Bid Opportunities

Bids Due Project Package Title Location Information
Bid Due



PDX Terminal Core Redevelopment
The Port of Portland



Portland, Oregon

Networking and Outreach Opportunities

Date Name Location Description

Sun 12/05/2021
7:30–8:45 am


OAME – Contractors & AEPT Meeting




NOTICE: The Contractors & AEPT meeting is a virtual Zoom Meeting.  Visit OAME for link to meeting.

The Contractors & Architects/Engineers/Professional/Technical Meeting is held the second Friday of each month at OAME. This meeting is oriented towards upcoming projects and opportunities for businesses in those fields, but every business type is welcome to attend. This meeting brings minority-owned, woman-owned and emerging small business owners together with experts and leaders in business, government and other areas vital to business.


Fri 12/31/2021
7:30–8:45 am


OAME – Coffee & Issues – Portland


731 N Hayden Meadows Dr
Portland, OR 97217


Notice: The OAME Coffee & Issues Meeting is a virtual ZOOM meeting.  See OAME for information.

The meeting brings minority, women and small emerging small business owners together with experts and leaders in business and government.


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.


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.