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You just received the bid results and you were the second lowest bidder. Or were you? Did the apparent low bidder not meet all of the bid requirements? You likely will only have hours to protest the award under the terms of California state law. Act quickly and contact our California construction lawyers at Herrig & Vogt, LLP. You might have lost a bid because you did not have the lowest bid. If you lost because the lowest bidder did not address all the requirements, however, you must act quickly if you are to take advantage of the relief that may be available to you.
A bid protest must be submitted within the specified time constraints, typically within a matter of hours, whether it is 48 hours, 72 hours following the time when the winning bid was announced. At Herrig & Vogt, LLP, our lawyers have firsthand experience in the construction industry, in addition to our years of experience with construction law. We can help you examine the bid and identify any requirements that may not have been fulfilled.
Some of the most common errors and omissions that we look for include:
In the construction business, details matter. Our California construction law attorneys understand this. We represent contractors and subcontractors in the construction industry throughout California, Washington State, Idaho and Nevada.
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