Small Works & Consultant Roster
The City of Olympia's Small Works and Consultant Rosters are now maintained by MSRC, the Municipal Research and Services Center.
MRSC Rosters is a shared roster system and online database for Washington State local government agencies to solicit work from contractors eligible to bid on small public works projects (under $300,000) and to solicit work from consultants.Advantages of MSRC Rosters
- Promotes efficiency in government
- Provides a single application process for contractors/consultants to register with multiple agencies
- Allows agencies to share costs
- Reduces individual agency staffing needs
- Provides access to a much larger pool of contractors/consultants
- Allows ease of electronic search and notification
- Provides more and lower bids from qualified contractors/consultants
To become eligible to work on small works projects, please register your company for free with MRSC at mrscrosters.org and select City of Olympia on your account.
For more information about registering, or for assistance with the application process please contact Ellen Hutchinson, MSRC Rosters Manager at 206.625.1300 - ext 105,
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- MRSC accepts and processes electronic applications from contractors and consultants and checks them for compliance with the new mandatory bidder responsibility criteria.
- Once a contractor/consultant is verified, their account is activated and participating agencies are able to search for a contractor/consultant by service category or alphabetical listing.
- After generating an email list of potential bidders, the agencies can send out requests for proposals.
- To fulfill Washington State statutory requirements, MRSC will advertise on behalf of all participating agencies in the Daily Journal of Commerce, indicating that they are using the MRSC Rosters.
The MSRC Roster is updated twice per year in January and June.Guideline Information
When small works projects become available, all contractors registered with the MRSC Roster in the appropriate category or categories shall be invited to bid. The projects will require in general that:
- Prevailing wages be paid and documented in compliance with RCW 39.12.
- A Performance Bond be executed in compliance with RCW 39.08 before beginning work.
- The Contractor holds a current Washington State Contractor's License.
- Contractor must deliver a certificate of insurance naming the City as additionally insured before beginning work.
- Contractor must have a current City of Olympia Business License before beginning work.
- Contractor shall be in good standing regarding L&I premium payment prior to award of any contract.
The City of Olympia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Minority business Enterprises and Women Business Enterprises to participate in the competitive bidding process and the Small Works Roster.
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