Doing Business: Construction
In an effort to simplify doing business and to make the bidding process easier, the NJTA requires web-based electronic bidding for its construction contracts. The electronic bidding process includes access to new business opportunities, the ability to view and purchase project plans and specifications online, and the opportunity to prepare and submit bids electronically. Electronic bids have been accepted since June, 2004 and many contractors have taken advantage of not having to attend the bid opening and having the ability to make last-minute changes their bid.
Click here to navigate to NJTA's BidX website. BidX is used to view current construction projects, buy plans or specifications, view planholders lists, review bid results, and register for electronic bidding.
Click here to navigate to NJTA's CapEx website. CapEx is used for inquiries during a construction contract's bid period, and for construction management after award. All contractors who are interested in working with the Authority are encouraged to register in CapEx. Refer to the CapEx User Manual below for further instructions.
Information and Forms for Construction Contracts
- NJTA Bidder IDsUpdated 03-2014
- Contractor Prequalification RequirementsRevised 2-2014
- Anticipated Construction Services Revised 02-07-2014
- Construction Contract Awards
- 2014Updated 02-2014
- 2013Updated 12-2013
- 2012Updated 6-2013
- 2011Updated 1-2012
- 2010Updated 12-2010
- 2009Updated 9-2010
- Contractor Joint Venture Form Updated 11-2009
- NJTA Code of Ethical Standards
- CapEx User Manual for ContractorsUpdated 9-06-2013
- Additional Forms for Construction Contracts
- Contract No. T100.137 Response to May 4, 2011 Questions
- Request For QualificationNo Requests for Qualification at this time