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Construction, Repair and Maintenance

The City administers contracts for construction and repair services including the Fayetteville Regional Airport,Community DevelopmentFayetteville Area System of Transit (FAST), streets, sidewalks, buildings, stormwater facilities, etc. Construction contracts are bid and awarded in accordance with N.C. State statutes that regulate the letting of public contracts. Prime bidders are subject to licensing and bonding as required by N.C. State statute.

All formal bids and many informal bids will be handled by the Purchasing Division. In compliance with federal regulations, the City maximizes participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE’s) in its administration of contracts for professional services, construction, equipment and supplies. Included among disadvantaged business enterprises are firms owned by women and minorities.

Point of contact for ALL construction projects:

Kim Toon, CLGPO, Purchasing Manager
Purchasing Division, Finance Department
Phone: (910) 433-1942

Plan Location:

To Purchase or Review Plans: Design Engineer, Purchasing Division, Finance Department

Opportunities may include:

  • Boring, Drilling, Tunneling
  • Concrete Work
  • Drywall and Ceilings
  • Electrical and Wiring
  • Flooring
  • Grading, Clearing, Excavating
  • Hauling
  • HVAC
  • Landscaping
  • Painting
  • Paving
  • Plumbing
  • Sheetrock Installation
  • Tiling

Vendor Requirements 

All Vendors are required to provide a copy of their Certificate of Liability Insurance for ALL construction, repair or maintenance contracts with their quote.

Qualifications for Prime Contractors in Construction

On projects where costs exceed $30,000, firms submitting bids as prospective prime contractors must be licensed as a North Carolina General Contractor. On projects requiring heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing or electrical wiring services, contractors must be licensed in their respective trades.


Firms interested in becoming licensed should contact:

North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Post Office Box 17187
Raleigh, North Carolina 27619
(919) 571-4183

Note: Contractors, Subcontractors or Suppliers interested in bidding may obtain /purchase a set of plans and drawings from the City of Fayetteville Purchasing Division or Design Engineer. If applicable, cost of plans is project-based.