Top 10 Construction Bidding Sites You Should Know About

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Top 10 Construction Bidding Sites You Should Know About

Getting the right construction project is never easy. Researching about upcoming bids is already a challenge and without any help, you might never land on the job that you need to grow your firm.

So if you haven’t heard yet, there are some great construction bidding websites out there that can help contractors find new projects that are the best fit for their area of construction expertise.

Searching for construction bid opportunities online can be a real pain for contractors and subcontractors. So where should you look to find the best construction jobs to bid on?

Should you visit your local municipal or government site for public bid opportunities? It could take hours or days to sift through the jobs to find the right one for your construction company.

Rather than spending countless hours searching every source for jobs, contractors can take advantage of the best construction bidding websites to find commercial projects online, where bids can be submitted directly.

Good idea right? But be careful. There are a lot of bidding websites out there but not all of them can be trusted. Set your standards and register only to those that you think will really be of help for your firm. Review their lists of projects. Research about the clients posting on their site. Remember that subscription to these sites isn’t free so you have to really assess what you are investing in.

To help you find the real gems, we compiled a list of the best construction bidding websites that can help link contractors and even subcontractors with private and/or public sector projects that align with their expertise.

10 Best Construction Bidding Websites 

1.BidClerk

BidClerk is a construction bidding website that has over 400,000 projects listed. Tons of projects are added to their database yearly, with 1.1 million active contacts and commercial projects. BidClerk has projects submitted from all over North America, with the ability to search for projects by location. Their project summaries are very detailed which means less time wasted on research. 

Subcontractors can search for a project based on sector, specific project details, the contacting method, the project type, contacts, pre-bids, building use, construction type, etc. Subcontractors can also track a project’s progress, forecast project opportunities, get instant project updates and receive alerts.

2.Dodge Construction Central

Dodge Construction central allows subcontractors to search based on business type and provides industry trends, construction leads, bid management, and custom research. They also provide a resource where subcontractors can find 100,000+ products for the construction project.

Another great feature to help prevent extra work and reduce risk is Dodge Construction’s checklist for subcontractor pre-qualification. This way, you can assess whether you are fit for the project and avoid bidding for those that you can’t really deliver. 

3.Construction Bid Source

Construction Bid Source has projects located in the United States which can be filtered based on state. Their website allows for pre-bids and provides all project details to make sure the subcontractor is bidding on what would work for them and/or their company. Subcontractors can also search by project type and dates it was published.

4.Construction Market Data

Construction Market Data provides all the market data subcontractors need when looking for project leads to bid on. Subcontractors can search based on Canadian or U.S construction project leads and get help with their special bid writing features.

Construction Market Data tracks commercial construction projects and provides alerts that can help subcontractors focus on the leads that best fit the subcontractor’s qualifications.

5.GovernmentBids.com

GovernmentBids has been providing construction bids since 1998. Subcontractors can find numerous government RFP’s, contracts, bids, and procurement systems that can be searched by category and region. This website offers thousands of bids with regular alerts that match what subcontractors are looking for.

This website is noted as the #1 source for Federal, State, and Local government bids. 

6.iSqFt

iSqFt has over 800,000 professionals using their construction bidding website to find construction leads, build relationships, control the bidding process and perform digital takeoffs. This bidding website helps subcontractors understand the market and provides the space where they can search for several private and public commercial construction projects in each phase.

7.ConstructionWire aka BuildCentral

ConstructionWire is another great construction bidding website that allows subcontractors to search by project, a company, and even a person/client. From that, the subcontractor can filter the project based on location, the life-cycles stage the project is in, the project type as well as the value of the project.

This bidding website offers comprehensive reports that can help with the decision-making process. Of course, you can assess whether you qualify or not by looking into your previous projects through your construction software. Construction software like Pro Crew Schedule can record all of your previous project’s data since it is based on cloud, hence having unlimited storage. From there, check your qualifications to know which projects to target on this site.

Gain access to key stakeholder profiles, company profiles, leads on private and commercial construction projects that are in various stages – planning, bidding, and pre-construction.

8.BidCentral

BidCentral is a large construction bidding website with over 10,000 companies and over 50,000 construction project opportunities listed on the site. With detailed project information in one place, subcontractors can browse the pre-bids and bid on numerous public and private projects directly. BidCentral has advanced tools that can help search for projects that align with the contractor’s qualifications as well as have email notifications when new bids are posted.

Subcontractors have access to a private plan room, intention to bid tools, contractor directory, opportunity matching, and more bidding management tools.

BidCentral has a special online bidding feature called BOBS. Here, subcontractors can submit secure bids to general contractors who would then have enough time to complete a bit to the owner. This feature is used when a bid has strict security.

9.Biddingo.com

Biddingo.com is a construction bidding website that offers government and private projects. It connects suppliers to buyers from a range of industry sectors such as the Provincial, Municipal, Education, Crown Corporation, Housing, Construction and Healthcare sectors and Private companies all over Canada.

Browse over 5000 new bids in Canada and access over 30,000 historical and current bids. Biddingo has daily searches with email alerts that match the bids and company profiles subcontractors are interested in.

10.BidNet

If you’re looking for government-focused bids, BidNet should be your first stop. You can search for bids from a wide range of industries in numerous states, and subsectors. This Construction Bidding website compiles federal, state and local government RFP’s and RFQ’s all over the United States. Their advanced notification alert feature allows you to get the latest bid months before so you can better strategize your proposal.

BidNet has 9,000 products and service codes that will help users target the sectors that align with their company and much more.

Conclusion

We all need a little help when it comes to finding the best project to take. As we mentioned in one of our previous blogs, you shouldn’t take just about any project you see. You have to find the right project that will help your business gain valuable experience that can become assets you can use for making a name in this industry. 

Find the right bid project for your services with these 10 bidding websites and don’t forget to review the bids before you make a decision. Prepare everything you need to win a bid like a portfolio of your previous projects from your construction software, your accurate estimates, your project plan, and sample schedules.

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