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Pre-qualification Form (PDF)
Subcontract Agreement (PDF)
Purchase Order Agreement (PDF)
California Contractor Packet (PDF)
By submitting a bid or proposal to AMG & Associates™, subcontractor/supplier agrees that all bids and proposals that are accepted by AMG & Associates, Inc. will be subject to the the terms and conditions of AMG & Associates, Inc.’s Standard Subcontract Agreement (PDF) when bidding/proposing as a subcontractor/supplier (or, at AMG & Associates election, the terms and conditions of AMG & Associates, Inc.’s Standard Purchase Order Agreement when bidding as a supplier), as well as the requirements of all project documents, including, but not limited to, the project plans, specifications, bid instructions, conditions (general and special), pre-bid addenda, and all other incorporated documents. In the event of a conflict between or among any of the project bid documents, subcontractor/supplier’s bid or proposal shall be deemed to include the more stringent requirement. Subcontractor/supplier further agrees that it is its responsibility to verify with the awarding authority the existence of all project bid documents, and that subcontractor/supplier shall not rely solely on the accuracy of the contents of the AMG & Associates Bid Center or Project tabs. It is understood and agreed by subcontractor/supplier that AMG & Associates, Inc. may, at its discretion, require 100% payment and performance bonds from subcontractor/supplier, and that the requirements for such bonds are outlined in the standard subcontract agreement. In the event that AMG & Associates, Inc. requires such bonds from subcontractor/supplier, subcontractor/supplier shall be solely responsible for the cost of such bonds in excess of one percent (1%) of the value of the parties’ executed subcontract/purchase order.