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    The Small Works procurement process can be used in lieu of other procedures such as sealed bids to award contracts for construction work with an estimated cost of $200,000 or less.

    Click on the links below for more information on the Small Works process, the application, awarded projects, documents required for Small Works contracts, the Small Works Roster, and requirements from the Department of Labor and Industries.

    For the most frequently asked questions concerning the Small Works Roster click here:


    In order to be on the Small Works Roster contractors must submit an application which can be found here: Application

    When a contractor is selected for a Small Works project certain documents will be needed prior to work being performed. Listed below are the Quote and Contract Documents which may be required.

    Bid Bond
    General Conditions
    Sample Insurance Certificate
    Performance and Payment Bond
    Retainage Option Form
    Fingerprinting Information Form
    State Wage Compliance Form
    Sample Agreement Between Owner Contractor (initiated by Seattle Public Schools)

    The Small Works Roster can be found two ways:

    1. Alphabetical by Company
    2. By Division Specialty Number


    Labor & Industries
    Prevailing Wage Intent & Affidavit System Information