Property Owner Information

Information for property owners on current and future Public Works projects. 

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Bid Openings

The following bids will be publicly opened at City Hall and will be read outloud.
 Date Time Proj # ProjectZoom
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Bidder/Consultant Information

The City of Middleton has begun a partnership with Quest Construction Data Network (QuestCDN). This is a web based initiative that delivers the City's construction project advertisements and bid documents to Contractors in a more timely and cost effective way. Project advertisements on QuestCDN and in the Middleton Times-Tribune will include the Quest project number needed to access the electronic bid documents.

 Benefits of the electronic delivery of bid documents from QuestCDN include:

  • Contractors or other individuals may become a member of QuestCDN without cost. A fee is charged only for the bid documents that are downloaded.
  • Bid documents, including plan drawings and specifications, can be previewed without cost before deciding whether to download the documents.
  • Bid documents in electronic format are a fraction of the cost of paper documents.
  • Bid documents will be delivered in the Adobe PDF format so there is no software investment required, just the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program.
  • There is the option to print just the pages needed, helping to reduce paper waste.
  • If addenda are issued, holders of bid documents will automatically be notified by e-mail to return to the web site to access them. Addenda may be downloaded without cost.
  • Plan holder lists and project bid results will be available on the web site.
  • QuestCDN can be contacted at (952) 233-1632 for any questions regarding free membership registration, downloading, or working with the digital bid documents. 
Bidder/Consultant Related Resources

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