The Standard Contractor Evaluation Portal is for both PRIVATE and PUBLIC projects.
In general, public projects include work performed for state agencies, state commissions or authorities, state schools, state hospitals and municipalities in the state of Massachusetts.
Private projects include work performed for private parties, federal agencies and all out of state work.
For more detailed information, please visit the Certification, Statutes, Regulations and Guidelines page under related links.
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Private Project: Private projects include vertical building work performed for private parties, federal agencies and all out of state work.
Who completes and signs this form for a Private project?
Evaluations for private projects can be prepared and signed by the project owner or by an individual that can best evaluate the contractor’s performance on the project (e.g. General Contractor, Architect, Owner's Project Manager).
Evaluators on Private Projects can submit evaluations as a guest. Registration is not required but is allowed if you would like to start a digital evaluation and save it to return to later.
For more detailed information, please visit the certification guidelines, statutes and regulations page under Related Links
Massachusetts state law requires an Evaluation Form be completed by the Awarding Authority and submitted to the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) upon completion of the project.
Public Evaluation form must be signed by the Awarding Authority
Public Awarding Authorities should create a Registered User Account to sign and submit a public evaluation.
Public Project: Public projects only include vertical building work performed for state agencies, state commissions or authorities, state schools, state hospitals and municipalities in the state of Massachusetts.
Who completes and signs this form for a Public project?
All public evaluations must be signed by an official from the public awarding authority. Awarding Authorities are encouraged to register an account in order to start, save and forward an evaluation for the appropriate signatures.
Massachusetts state law requires Public Evaluation Forms be completed by the Awarding Authority and submitted to DCAMM upon completion of the project. Per state law a copy of the evaluation must be sent to the Contractor
FOR PUBLIC PROJECTS OVER $1,500,000
For public projects $1,500,000.00 and above, the Owner's Project Manager (OPM) responsible for oversight of the project must complete and sign the evaluation.
To complete an evaluation for a public project $1,500,000 and above, either the Awarding Authority or the OPM must register to complete the evaluation and obtain the two required signatures(Awarding Authority and OPM) prior to submitting the evaluation. Registration allows the evaluation to be signed by multiple people. Registration also allows the user to track multiple evaluations that are in process.
FOR PUBLIC PROJECTS UNDER $1,500,000
For public projects under $1,500,000.00, the public awarding authority may have a representative (e.g. architect, designer, OPM) or any other party responsible for the oversight of the project (e.g. general Contractor, architect, owner's project manager) complete and sign the evaluation.
To complete an evaluation for a public project under $1,500,000, if the Awarding Authority elects to have the OPM completed the evaluation, registration is required to obtain the two required signatures (Awarding Authority and OPM) prior to submitting.
If the Awarding Authority elects to complete the evaluation without an additional OPM signature, then it can choose to either register and complete the evaluation or it may bypass registration and submit the evaluation as a guest in one sitting, evaluation will not be saved
For more detailed information, please visit the certification Statutes, Regulations and Guidelines under Related Links.
DCAMM will endeavor to solicit evaluations based on the applicant’s completed projects table, but ultimately it is the responsibility of the contractor to obtain project evaluations.
Awarding Authorities are required to evaluate contractors at approximately the 50% stage of a project in order to inform the contractor of their performance on the project.
The Standard Contractor Evaluation form may be used for this purpose, but is not required to satisfy the mid-project review.