Many government entities, such as PennDOT, utilize some method and manner for the processing and evaluation of the capacity and qualifications of contractors and subcontractors to perform on publicly funded projects. This process is usually required prior to bid and is commonly referred to as a “Prequalification” process. ProRank can help firms organize and deliver the information requested as “proof of competence and responsibility” to help firms achieve a “Qualified” status. ProRank can also aid firms in requesting conditional and/or provisional prequalification status if their company has not yet established a performance track record and the respective agency recognizes this process.
The activities that fall under this scope are:
In order to perform work on a certain DOT highway and/or bridge bid projects, a potential contractor or sub-contractor must be prequalified under certain DOT regulations. We can assist you with this process.
ProRank can also assist your firm by providing direct one-on-one support from a qualified Dedicated Account Manager. This manager will be your go-to in providing consulting support in the resolution of your payment issue. This may include, but is not limited to, contract review, strategic resolution methods, data entry (including reporting through web-based tracking systems), and referrals for legal counsel when necessary.
PennDOT can conditionally assign a work classification code to a prequalified contractor based on a superintendent’s prior work experience as a superintendent for another prequalified contractor. This work classification code must be assigned to the superintendent’s former employer for his prior work experience to be considered for conditional prequalification for his current employer. Conditional prequalification approval is not project-specific.
PennDOT can provisionally assign a work classification code to a prequalified contractor, working as a subcontractor, if a Prime Contractor is willing to train and directly supervise this work as it is self-performed by the subcontractor. This work classification code must be assigned to the Prime Contractor to be considered for provisional prequalification for the subcontractor. Provisional prequalification approval is project-specific.
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