CMAR Sub-Contractor Opportunities

There are currently two Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) Sub-Contractor Opportunities:

Gilbane Building Company - Phase II: Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) for the New Female Youth Residential Facility in Exeter, Rhode Island. Go to the Gilbane Bid Opportunities Listing HERE

Dimeo Construction Company - Renovations and construction for the Clarke Science Building, Rhode Island College, 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI  02908. Go to the Dimeo Bid Opportunities Listing HERE

"CMAR" is the acronym for “Construction Manager at Risk.” 

Under the CMAR method of construction management the State selects a contractor during the design phase of a public works project after thorough evaluation of the contractor’s previous experience and total costs/fees (guaranteed maximum price) for the project. The CMAR contractor is required to provide a number of essential services during the design phase of the project, including: constructability reviews, cost estimates, scheduling, etc.

During the construction phase of the project the CMAR contractor assumes the role of general contractor by bidding out all the necessary material, equipment, and trade subcontracts so as to deliver the project on time and on budget.