DCAMM Contractor Certification

Are you a company seeking Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) Certification to bid on public vertical construction projects? Find out how DCAMM Contractor Certification can assist you.

When is contractor certification needed? When the construction project is published under M.G.L. Chapter 149 or Chapter 149A; it must be put out by an awarding authority (any Massachusetts public agency); must be for the construction, reconstruction, demolition, maintenance, or repair of a vertical building; and must have an estimated construction cost over $150K . For Filed Sub-Bidders all of the above and the filed sub-bidder category of work is over $25,000.

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