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Government Buildings

Michael Roseto

New member
Good morning everyone happy Friday, I am heading out this morning to place some commercial bid work. My question is.. I’m looking into 3 government post offices in my area.

Can someone help explain some info.

1. Typically who do you look to speak too?
2. What kind of paperwork should I expect to fill out before hand?
3. I have mission statements I hand out to bigger commercial properties. Is there any other info needed to hand out?

Thanks a lot everyone just looking for some answers on that.. the buildings haven’t been touched ever I feel like and I just wanna see if they would be interested in some quotes!


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Doug Rucker

UAMCC Board of Directors
Ask for the postmaster, once you get that person, ask them how you would go about submitting a quote and ask who makes the decision on the quote and for contact info.
Not sure on paperwork
I would not be concerned with handing out anything until you find how who the decision maker is and what they want with the quote.
 

Michael Roseto

New member
Ask for the postmaster, once you get that person, ask them how you would go about submitting a quote and ask who makes the decision on the quote and for contact info.
Not sure on paperwork
I would not be concerned with handing out anything until you find how who the decision maker is and what they want with the quote.
Doug,

Excellent information thanks for replying! Hope things are well in Texas for you

Mike


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Michael,
I can tell you from my work that government or national commercial chains here in south FL require a 5 million general liability insurance policy. The work is all bid out competitively and found in local public listings (newspapers or online)

Good luck

FYI: I'm new here...
 
Today I spoke to the postmaster at my local post office and he stated that for the bid process a 10 million general liability insurance policy needs to be in place on post office pressure cleaning work in my area. Not sure about if it's a state issue but post offices are regulated by the US government so I would check. Most HOA's in my area require a 2 million and some commercial buildings require a 1 million. I have a 1 million through Liberty Mutual and it's only $268/year.
 
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