Public works project means the erection, construction, alteration, repair, or improvement of any public structure, building, road, or other public improvement of any kind.
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Contractors bidding a Public works project exceeding $1,000,000.00 must declare who their HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical subcontractors will be and submit this information with bid documents in order for the bid to be responsive (RCW 39.30.060).
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Public works project means an activity of which fifty percent (50%) or more of the cost will be paid from state- appropriated funds that were appropriated at the time of the competitive solicitation and which consists of construction, maintenance, repair, renovation, remodeling or improvement of a building, road, street, sewer, storm drain, water system, site development, irrigation system, reclamation project, gas or electrical distribution system, gas or electrical substation, or other facility, project, or portion thereof that is owned in whole or in part by any political subdivision.
Public works project means the erection, construction, alteration, repair, or improvement of any public
Public works project means a project of a local government for the planning, acquisition, construction, repair, reconstruction, replacement, rehabilitation, or improvement of streets and roads, bridges, water systems, or storm and sanitary sewage systems, lead remediation of drinking water systems, and solid waste facilities, including recycling facilities and composting and other organic materials management facilities. A planning project may include the compilation of biological, hydrological, or other data on a county, drainage basin, or region necessary to develop a base of information for a capital facility plan.