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COVID-19 UPDATE: Our office is currently closed. As of Monday, July 6, our Bid Counter is located on the 1st floor of 26 Court Street and open on Mondays and Wednesdays. The Bid Counter will be open to the public for scheduled bid openings. All visits to the Bid Counter outside of bid openings will require an appointment. To make an appointment to visit the Bid Counter, . The bid counter is closed between the hours of 12 - 1 p.m. on days bids are not due.

If you have questions about current IFBs or RFPs, email bid.info@boston.gov. For all other questions, email publicfacilities@boston.gov.

26 Court Street
10th Floor
Boston, MA 02108

COVID-19 schedule

Due to ongoing public health precautions that the City is taking due to COVID-19, the Public Facilities Bid Room will only be available by appointment, except during scheduled bid openings.

If you are looking for any bid documentation, you can email bid.info@boston.gov.

  • Meeting ID: 858 9108 9571
  • Passcode: 2RV3Ch
  • #7158 Faneuil Library Renovations General Bids| Due December 23, 2020, at noon

    • Meeting ID: 814 8558 6547
    • Passcode: 4pd3MQ
    City Hall Plaza renovation
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    We're moving toward a more accessible and connected public space at Boston's civic heart.

    2020 unofficial bid opening results

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    We work with colleagues in City government to engage with constituent groups in determining the best locations and design for our construction and renovation projects.

    We also ensure that City buildings are accessible to all residents, meet or exceed life safety codes, and are constructed with maximum efficiency and sustainability in mind.

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    The Operations and Construction Unit of our department manages capital construction projects from their beginning to end. Our Planning and Management Unit tracks projects, keeps information on schedules and budgets, and manages annual Capital Planning, Master Planning processes, and the Management Information System.