ASBESTOS ABATEMENT APPLICATION
Contractors who want to be added to the prequalified list should complete an application.
The NC Office of Recovery and Resiliency (NCORR) is developing a list of prequalified prime construction contractors to perform residential remediation of asbestos and clearance testing (“Asbestos”) on projects associated with the ReBuild NC program.
Pursuant to NCORR's Special Delegation, Asbestos assignment contracts can be entered into up to $250,000 without competitive bidding. The prequalified General Contractors from this list may be assigned asbestos abatement and/or clearance testing work. Projects that are above the threshold may be competitively bid via a Request for Bid (RFB) issued to all vendors on the prequalified list or the state’s Electronic Vendor Portal (eVP)/eProcurement Sourcing tool.
General Contractors must complete the Asbestos Request for Prequalification Application and email the application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon receipt, NCORR’s Program Delivery Office will review the application for completeness and verify all documentation provided. Approvals of the prequalified application will be provided in writing from the NCORR Procurement Office.
The Prequalification List for Asbestos Abatement and Clearance Testing is not a contract. The individual Assignment Contract, or RFB will be the contract. By submitting an application, the General Contractor acknowledges they have reviewed the sample RFB and Assignment Contract, including the terms and conditions.
Vendors must have an active SAM registration to be added to the Prequalified List. A SAM status of “ID Assigned” is not an active SAM registration. Please do not submit your application until your SAM registration status is active.
- To register with SAM, please visit https://sam.gov.
- When registering select, Register for All Awards.
- Note: Keep the checkmark in the box, Include in public search (see instructions). If this box is deselected, your SAM status will not be visible for the state to verify and will not allow NCORR to proceed with a contract.