City of Portland NOW lets primes advertise sub opportunities using PDXProcurementSearch

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Incredible news!

City of Portland has revised its legal requirements in Section 3 of its procurement guidelines to include PDXProcurementSearch as a way for primes to advertise sub contracting opportunities to certified firms.

This means that if you’re a prime, like Skanska, Turner, Howard S. Wright or other primes, your advertising requirements for certified sub contractors can partially be met by advertising with

This will make you more competitive for winning big bidding contracts with the City of Portland!

If you are a prime now is the perfect time to start listing your sub contracting opportunities with

Just call 503-395-5303 to get started.


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