How To Find & Bid on Construction Jobs in California
The following free California construction bid opportunities resource has been put together by Surety First, Inc. to help contractors find and bid on construction projects in their local CA area/region. Our list provides bid opportunities available in all major California cities including San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, and more. As a note, while many of the links below are managed by state agencies, these resources have not been individually vetted, nor are they endorsed by Surety First.
Construction bid opportunities are sorted by both region and city for faster viewing with general construction bid resources categorized at the bottom of this page. The resources listed were selected to provide opportunities for contractors large and small. Also, we are constantly updating this list so if you know of a helpful resource not listed, we’d love to hear about it. To make a suggestion, please contact us today!
California Constructuion Bid Opportunities
The Complete Master List
(Resource Links Sorted Alphabetically By Region & City)
Federal or Statewide California Construction Projects
Not Region Specific
Regional California Bid Opportunities
Other Construction Bid Opportunity Resources – (Statewide)
Below are a list of general construction bid opportunity resources for California. Some of the services listed below are free while others require a paid subscription. For California contractors serious about bidding on public projects, it’s probably a good idea to explore each of the services below to see if they are a good fit for your particular business objectives. As a note, these resources have not been vetted, nor are they endorsed by Surety First.
Sub Contractor Bid Opportunity Requests – (Statewide)
Below is a list of California contractors that have posted sub contractor bid opportunities on their company website. Some of the companies listed are regional, while others are statewide or even nationwide in their operating territory. As noted above, these resources have not been vetted, nor are they endorsed by Surety First.