Attached is a Notice to Industry concerning Reporting Funds Withheld from Subcontractor Payments.
Attached is a Notice to Industry concerning CRL Payroll Changes.
Attached is a Notice to Industry concerning Prompt Payment/Return of Retainage Requirements.
Attached is a Notice to Industry concerning CRL Payroll Schema Changes.
Attention prime contractors and subcontractors on ODOT-let construction projects: Prime contractors shall become compliant with Proposal Note 031 (“Prompt Payment”) by entering and signing all previously made subcontractor payments (on open projects) by February 1, 2020 and by entering and signing future subcontractor payments as they are made. The proposal note requires you to utilize the AASHTOWare Project Civil Rights & Labor (CRL) system to enter these payments. Entered payments must be signed in order for subcontractors/suppliers to affirm their receipt of the payments made. This webinar will feature a demonstration of how these payments are entered, signed, and affirmed as well as a live Q&A session.
Please register for the Subcontract Payment Reporting on ODOT-let Construction Projects webinar at one of the following dates/times (each webinar will cover the same content):
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Attached is a Notice to Industry concerning Subcontractor Payment Reporting.
The OJT Notice to Industry is attached. Please read for details on the upcoming webinar.
The OJT Notice to Industry is attached. Please read for details on the upcoming webinar.Thank you.
Attached is a Notice to Industry concerning how ODOT is going to be determining DBE eligibility based on business size. The change described in the notice takes effect on August 19. This is a good thing for DBEs—the size standards are going up! If, say, a firm was certified as a DBE with a NAICS code that had a $15.0 million size standard, as of August 19 that size standard changes to $16.5 million. This will potentially allow the DBE to perform more work without losing its certification in that NAICS code.
Read about this and more in the Ohio Local Technical Assistance Program's newsletter (Volume 36, Issue 1).