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In the 2006-07 fiscal year, Caltrans plans to deliver 286 projects worth $2.3 billion. Last year, Caltrans delivered 173 out of 174 projects on time.

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Caltrans Contractor Interest Registry

Help Caltrans with the Next Emergency

Route 140, damaged
Route 140 damaged by the
1997 storm disaster (1997 photo)

Route 140 after repairs
Route 140 after emergency contract
repairs (1997 photo)
Caltrans partners with contractors
to perform emergency repairs
when washouts, landslides, slipouts,
earthquakes or other emergencies occur.

All Contractors Are Invited To Tell Us What You Can Do.

Typical types of work:

- Reconstruct pavement under emergency conditions;
-   Excavate slopes or construct embankment;
- Rent heavy equipment to Caltrans on short notice;
Demolish damaged structures;
- Remove and replace culverts or drains;
- Provide temporary traffic control;
...and others not listed

All contractors of all sizes are invited to express their interest in potentially performing emergency work for Caltrans.

When an emergency strikes, Caltrans may use emergency procedures to immediately select a contractor to reopen damaged facilities. The purpose of the registry is to provide a list of contractors potentially available for emergency work if needed.

Click here to enter your firm into the Registry

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DISCLAIMER: Registering with Caltrans does not represent any express or implied promise by Caltrans to award emergency contracts now or in future. Caltrans is not bound to select contractors from the registry. Data entered will be held in confindence and will not be shared with other firms without the contractors consent.

Jointly brought to you by the Caltrans Maintenance and Construction Programs.

Caltrans.  Always Ready for Disasters.