Engineering and Architectural Services offers expertise on a wide range of facility issues and public works project management on behalf of public organizations throughout Washington.
With certain exclusions, Revised Code of Washington 39.04.320 requires that no less than fifteen percent of labor hours be performed by apprentices for public works projects with an estimated cost of one million dollars or more. If the project has a reporting requirement, it will be described in your contract. Reporting is generally performed on a monthly basis using the online reporting system.
If you are a current user, go to the Apprentice Tracking System.
If you are a new user, get an assigned login ID and password by contacting Roland Orr, (360) 407-9361.
Submit your supplier diversity data to Ctractreports@des.wa.gov.
Department of Enterprise Services reports periodically on the progress of green building efforts for public facilities in Washington. To obtain a copy of the 2008 “Green Building Report,” please contact Jim Erskine in the Communications Office at (360) 407-9357 or email@example.com.
Information about sustainable design and construction of new state facilities.