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Beginning July 1, 2019, all businesses are required to have training before bidding and/or performing work on public works projects. In 2018, the legislature passed ESSHB 1673 adding this training requirement to the responsible bidder criteria in RCW 39.04.350 and RCW 39.06.020 (app.leg.wa.gov).
Note: You may continue working on a public works project that starts before July 1, 2019, and continues on or after July 1 without needing to meet this training requirement.
Verify who needs training
Use the Verify a Contractor tool to verify the training status for your company or other businesses. For projects starting on or after July 1, 2019, contractors and awarding agencies need to add this training requirement to the items you use to verify a business is responsible before hiring and working on public works projects.
You are exempt from this training requirement if you’ve been in business with an active Unified Business Identifier (UBI) number for 3 or more years AND have performed work on 3 or more public works projects.
Free training options
L&I has 2 training options available for businesses to meet this new requirement. Check out our training outline (360 KB PDF) to see what you’ll learn during this training.
Now available! Businesses can now access online training through your Prevailing Wage Intent and Affidavit portal. Take this training at your own pace during any time of the day! Once completed, you’ll meet this new requirement. Learn more about how to access this training.
Check out L&I’s Contractor Training Days held around the state to sign up and attend our in-person, 3-hour training class. Sign up early as classes and registrations are limited.
Bidding on public works projects
You’ll need to ensure you meet this training requirement before submitting a bid on or after July 1, 2019, for public works projects. Awarding agencies will be required to verify all contractors submitting bids meet this new requirement before awarding the contract.
Send L&I an email with your questions.
TCCC is gearing up to publish the inaugural issue of Council Connect, an official association magazine. The publication will be distributed free of charge to all members, developers, architects, engineers, city planners, and other stakeholders of the Tri-Cities construction industry.
Throughout the next few months, representatives from DEL Communications Inc. will be contacting all members for purposes of participating in the publication with advertising. Your consideration to support this publication with part of your marketing budget would be sincerely appreciated. The goal of the publication is to share and promote our industry with the region.
COUNCIL CONNECT is published by:
DEL Communications Inc.
Sales Representative: Dayna Oulion
Toll Free: 1.866.424.6398
Toll Free Fax: 1.866.711.5282
The Tri-City Construction Council Scholarship Committee has reviewed all scholarship applicants. The following students are the 2019 winners and will each receive a $2000 scholarship:
- Tyler Slade
- Cole Mitchell Farwell
- Cameron Scott Jamison
- Conner Everett Niel
Congratulations to these students!
We would like to thank all of those that applied and we encourage you to apply again next year.
Contractor Training Day events are being held at Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Friday, May 10th, 2019.
The event is FREE and all are welcome to attend.
After review of the registration application, you may register online at https://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Contractors/Workshops/Contractor/ (select May 10th – Contractor Training Day – Sign Up) or by sending the application back to Julie Perales by email, perj235@LNI.WA.GOV or fax, 360-902-5292. The information is available on the application. Contact Julie if you have any questions, phone: 360-902-6366 or email Julie Perales.
More than 25 different classes are offered on subjects including safety, managing your claims to control your workers’ compensation costs, public works contracting, business planning, risk management, marketing and more.
Classes that give credit for continuing education have an indicator (*, #, %, etc.) next to it.
TCCC Group Retro Program
Over the past 5 years, we have returned an average of 35% of our members’ L&I premiums. See if you qualify and/or compare your current program to ours.
For 67 years, Tri-City Construction Council has provided its members a wide range of services including:
- Regional Plan Center for Commercial Projects Bidding Throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho
- Physical Plan Room
- Virtual Plan Room Online
- Plan Copying Service
- L & I RETRO program
- Use of the Facilities for Safety Training and Instruction
- Safety Related Seminars
- Meeting / Event Rooms
- Business Seminars
- Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament
- Social Functions
- Reciprocal Agreement with Member Plan Centers in Northwest Independent Plan Center Association
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Effective Thursday, October 11, 2018
Tri-City Construction Council business hours will be as follows:
|Monday:||8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Tuesday:||8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Wednesday:||8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Thursday:||8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Friday:||8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
We sincerely value your business! If you have any questions or concerns regarding this change, please contact our office by calling 509-582-7424 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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