Contractor Evaluation Forms

For use in evaluating the performance of DCAMM certified contractors.

The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) accepts both public and private projects for use in evaluating contractor work.

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 Guidelines, Statutes and Regulations page under related links.

Public Project Evaluation Form

Massachusetts state law requires a Public Evaluation Form be completed by the Awarding Authority and submitted to the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) within 70 calendar days from completion of the project for Prime/General and Small Prime Contractors, or within 90 calendar days from completion of the project for Filed Sub-Bidders.

Public Evaluation form must be signed by the Awarding Authority

The evaluation may be prepared by the Awarding Authority’s representative (i.e. general contractor, architect, project manager), but the Awarding Authority must also sign the certification section at the bottom of the signature page.

Evaluation for projects valued at $1,500,000 or more require two signatures.  

Evaluation must be prepared and signed by the Awarding Authority’s Project Manager. The certification section must also be signed by the Awarding Authority.

For more detailed information, please visit the certification guidelines, statutes and regulations page. 

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Private Project Evaluation Form

Private projects include work performed for private parties, federal agencies and all out of state work.

For more detailed information, please visit the certification guidelines, statutes and regulations page. 

DCAMM will endeavor to solicit evaluations based on the applicant’s completed projects spreadsheet, but ultimately it is the responsibility of the contractor's to obtain project evaluations.

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