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“We have enjoyed working with Walton since 2008. We have worked with many different general contractors in the past and Walton Construction is a quality general contractor. They are professional and easy to work with.”

– Lonestar Construction

Walton Construction builds affordable housing for the Los Angeles community. Our teams of highly qualified subcontractors help make this possible and make our projects a success.

All subcontractors must be pre-qualified to be eligible to do work for Walton Construction, Inc. If you are interest in joining our subcontractor bid list, please complete the subcontractor pre-qualification form.

Walton requires that all subcontractors be prequalified annually to be eligible to bid and contract work with our company.

In addition to completing the forms, please submit the following supporting documentation. Subcontractor Prequalification Form

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Subcontractor Requirements for Prevailing Wage Projects

Contractors and subcontractors that intend to bid or perform work on public works projects are required to pay a registration and annual renewal fee of $400 to the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR). This fee is not tied to a particular project or award, but rather acts more like a license, merely enabling the registrant to bid on and perform public works. – View Contractor Registration

In order to be registered as eligible to bid on public works projects, each contractor and subcontractor must also:

      • Have workers’ compensation coverage for any employees and only use subcontractors who are registered public works contractors;
      • Have a Contractors State License Board (CSLB) license;
      • Have no delinquent unpaid wage or penalty assessments owed to any employee or enforcement agency;
      • Not be under federal or state debarment;
      • Not be in prior violation of this registration requirement once it becomes effective. However, for the first violation in a 12 month period, a contractor may still qualify for registration by paying an additional penalty.

In order to ensure compliance with the new program, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR)(PWCR) will post a list of registered contractors and subcontractors on its website. Furthermore, the law includes safeguards to ensure that A) contractors are not in violation for working on a private job that is later determined to be a public job, B) a bid is not necessarily invalidated by an inadvertent listing of an unregistered contractor or subcontractor, C) contracts with unregistered contractors or subcontractors are subject to cancellation, but not void as to past work, D) an unregistered contractor or subcontractor can be replaced with on who is registered, and E) a contractor whose registration lapses will have a 90-day grace period within which to pay a late fee and renew.