Contractor Pre-Qualification Application
The Palomar Community College District has implemented a pre-qualification process to ensure the Contractors bidding and performing
work on Proposition “M” Construction Bond Program projects and other
District projects are skilled, competent and capable contractors. All general and prime contractors
must be pre-qualified to bid for construction projects valued at more than $250,000.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. Am I currently pre-qualified?
A. Click here
to see the Pre-qualified Contractor list.
Q. What does the pre-qualification process evaluate?
A. The pre-qualification process evaluates the following information:
Q. What Contractors must be pre-qualified?
- Contractor’s License Information
- Contractor’s Safety Record
- Contractor’s Civil & Criminal Records
- Contractor’s Financial Condition
- Contractor’s Surety Information
- Contractor’s Insurance Information
- Contractor’s Project Experience
- Contractor’s Past Performance Experience
A. All general and prime contractors must be pre-qualified to bid on construction projects valued at more than $250,000.
Sub-contractors that are bidding to general /prime contractors do not have to be prequalified.
Q. When does the pre-qualification expire?
A. Prequalification is good through the end of the District’s fiscal year (FY). FY Calendar is July 1st to
June 30th. Prior to the end of the FY, a Requalification Validation package will be sent out to the current
approved contractors in order to stay on current Prequalified Contractor list.
Q. How will I be notified of my pre-qualification status?
A. Contractors will be sent a letter via fax of their pre-qualification status.
Q. If I have additional questions, who I direct them to?
A. District’s Contract Services’ office (760) 744-1150 ext. 2697 or firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 744-1150, ext. 2129
Q. Are contractors required to be pre-qualified when issuing bids using the Multi-Prime Delivery Method?
A. No, the pre-qualification process is only in effect when the District bids projects using the traditional
bidding method: Design-Bid-Build.