Bid Documents for any project scheduled for imminent Bid may be examined on the plan review table at the Suffolk County Department of Public Works (Rudolph M. Kammerer Building), 335 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, New York 11980, between the hours of 9:00AM and 3:00PM daily, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
In order to obtain a set of Bid Documents, including Plans, eligible bidders MUST visit our Suffolk County Purchasing System.
This will bring you to a home-page where you can "Log-in" to view and print the offerings. New users click on "Log In" to create a new account to register. When creating your profile, ensure that you select NIGP codes 909, 910, 912, 913, 925, and 968 which will allow you to view the appropriate documents and receive future e-mails about Lettings/Capital Projects.
You are responsible for downloading and printing all appropriate Contract/Bid Documents.
You are also responsible for checking the site frequently to ensure that you have all addenda.
Note that there is no fee to create a user profile or to obtain documents.
Questions for user login should be directed to the Suffolk County Department of Public Works IT division at (631) 852-4115. Eligible bidders must have registered and downloaded all Contract Documents from the Suffolk County Department of Public Works Purchasing Unit web site to be eligible to submit a responsible bid.
It is the policy of Suffolk County government to make County property available to citizens and non-profit organizations whenever that property is not in use by County government and when it is otherwise deemed suitable to do so. An Application for Use of Suffolk County Property for Non-County Purposes can be obtained from the Administrative Support Unit at 335 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, New York 11980 or by calling (631) 853-5698. A Certificate of Insurance evidencing Commercial General Liability Insurance with a minimum limit of Two Million Dollars per occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage with the County of Suffolk named as an additional insured must accompany all applications.
This policy does not pertain to properties housing sensitive governmental offices, surplus property under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Real Estate, property controlled by the Trustees of the Suffolk County Community College, property under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Parks nor property under the jurisdiction of the Clerk of the Legislature (legislative auditoriums).