8 Best Commercial Bidding Websites You Should Start Using Today

8 Best Commercial Bidding Websites You Should Start Using Today

With all of the commercial bidding websites available, it can be hard to know which one works for your business. This list of commercial bidding websites is in no particular order and contains many commercial bidding websites that have leads that will work for your business. Each website has a different user interface and pricing, but they have successfully connected subcontractors with projects.

 

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BidClerk.Com

One of the commercial bidding websites, BidClerk.com offers complete details with contact information for all key decision makers. As well as plans and specifications for the project, and the ability to search tags and save those searches. This makes the bid process easier since you don’t have to keep setting up searches on the platform. One of the better benefits of BidClerk is its mobile friendliness and ability to export events to your calendar. Of course, BidClerk is one of the more popular sites so subcontractors could end up in a sea of bidders.

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Construction.Com

Construction.com is a subsidiary of McGraw Hill Financial, but operates primarily out on their own. Dodge Global Network  operates Construction.com in conjunction with Dodge Data & Analytics. Construction.com offers users impressive amounts of data that can be used to find the right projects. Besides helping users find the right projects, it can also offer analysis of company and project data to improve user projects. However, a lead report to try construction.com can be a bit pricey.

 

Construction Bid Source

Construction Bid Source might not have the flashiest website, but it does offer lots of bid news. Subcontractors can view bid dates for a variety of projects in their area and filter by location. Their basic free version offers users the ability to advertise their company on projects, favorite projects, and view projects being bid. Their paid versions allow users to view owner contact info and download documents. People wanting to try the site can see what works for them before entering into a contract.

 

FedBizOpps.Gov

FedBizOpps.gov stands for federal business opportunities. There is no fee to register and it’s free to use and see opportunities. However, not every opportunity on the site is for construction. Construction subcontractors must use the advanced search function in order to specify the type of contract. One of the downsides of using FedBizOpps.gov over other commercial bidding websites it that it is clunky. It can be hard to find jobs that match your company’s interests or get to the right page. But it is free and can lead to good opportunities for those with the patience to learn it.

 

CMD

CMD is Construction Marketing Data. While it sounds more like a PR or marketing firm, it’s actually one of the many commercial bidding websites. CMD is also part of the ConstructConnect companies. They have intelligent leads to help determine material demands and export the project data directly where you want it. And offer forecasting and custom analytics to better help you in your market needs. They also have some information available free of charge to see if it works for you.

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GovernmentBids.Com

GovernmentBids.com is another one of the commercial bidding websites. It also offers data on many commercial bidding projects, not all of them are construction leads. However, it’s easier to filter through the data to find what works for you. But, it does require a subscription in order to see the bid documents, agency, and descriptions. The website is cleaner and easier to follow, but this site costs users to be able to see the bid data. Which is different from the other government bid site.

 

iSqFt

iSqFt is another one of the commercial bidding websites. It’s a bit larger, and now part of the ConstructConnect group. It provides users with actionable bid data and helps subcontractors connect with general contractors. General contractors also have the ability to send bid invites directly to subcontractors, so working relationships continue to work. iSqFt also offers a takeoff solution to help subcontractors provide better more accurate bids and win more work.

 

ConstructionWire.com

One of the best commercial bidding websites is ConstructionWire.com. It offers accurate leads for new commercial construction projects. It gives subcontractors the ability to get full company reports so they can look up the owners, developers, and contractors associated with the project. ConstructionWire.com also helps subcontractors connect with the people involved by supplying their contact information. The interface is simple and easy to use and can fit most budgets.

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