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Bid Rejected Due To License Number Problems Bids-responsiveness; Licenses

Saturday, July 09, 2005 03:19 pm


A California court has ruled that a low bidder failed to provide sufficient information regarding designated subcontractors to enable a public project owner to determine the subcontractors' state license numbers.

The Liberty Union High School District solicited bids for site and utility improvements needed for construction of a new high school building. The apparent low bidder withdrew its bid due to a clerical error, leaving West Bay Builders, Inc. as the low bidder.

The District rejected West Bay's bid as nonresponsive. The California Public Procurement Code, section 4104, requires bidders to designate the subcontractors they will utilize on a project [...]

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