Construction Bidding

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Construction Bidding

The City of Fargo welcomes the opportunity to do business with all interested vendors and is working to centralize all bidding resources for easy review.

Invitation to Bid and Requests for Proposal (RFP) information can be obtained through one of the following methods:

  1. View all construction bid information on Quest Construction Data Network. For more information on use and specifications, view the Construction Bidding Resources content.
  2. View all remaining bid information by selecting the line items below.

For more information on previous requests, visit the Bids and RFP Archives.

Refer to bid documents for required communication methods and bid questions.

If you would like to receive an email notification whenever the City of Fargo Engineering Department posts an RFP to the Quest Construction Data Network, please visit Engineering's RFP notification sign up page. Please note that these email notifications are for Engineering Department postings only.

Construction Bidding Opportunities

The City of Fargo Engineering Department disseminates the following information through Quest CDN:

Construction Bidding Resources

Notice to All Construction Bidders

Bidders are responsible for checking this website and the Quest Construction Data Network to obtain all addenda that may be issued to bid documents and specifications.

The City is not responsible for direct distribution of addenda posted on the website. Acknowledgement of addenda is made in the electronic bidding process and by viewing this website. Alternatively, bid documents and specifications are available to prospective bidders through the requesting city department. View the bidding opportunities above to learn more about the requesting city department.

The City of Fargo reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, waive technicalities and make award(s) as deemed to be in the best interest of the City. Bidders must comply with all non-discrimination provisions. The City is an equal opportunity entity and invites small and minority contractors to bid.