The Genesee County Land Bank uses an open and competitive bidding process to secure the most qualified contractor to complete the work for the lowest cost. 

Active bids can be found under the Current Bids link to the left. To view a bid packet or addendum, click on the appropriate bid or attachment. To submit a bid packet, print the bid documents. Submit your completed bid packet and required documents to the Genesee County Land Bank prior to the due date and time stated in the bid. Bids submitted after the stated time will not be accepted.

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Become Pre-qualified to submit proposals in response to Abatement and Demolition Bids 

Applications will be received by the Genesee County Land Bank Authority (GCLBA) from eligible firms for the purpose of receiving bid opportunities and possible contract awards for abatement and demolition work. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. You can download a copy of the application by clicking the Genesee County Land Bank Authority Pre-qualification Application for Abatement and Demolition link below. Please review the entire packet, including scopes of work, carefully prior to submitting an application. For more information about the Pre-qualification process as it relates to specific bidding opportunities, please click HERE. 

Genesee County Land Bank Authority Pre-qualification Application for Abatement and Demolition  

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Demolition Contractor Document & Resource Links*

Genesee County Land Bank recently hosted a Demolition Contractor Training session to encourage contractors, especially local and minority contractors, to get involved in the Land Bank’s blight elimination program. During the event we discussed the pre-qualification and bidding processes to complete demolitions in compliance with federal regulations, connected contractors to resources available in the community, and created an opportunity for prime contractors to connect with potential sub-contractors. The event was recorded and you can watch it or rewatch it with the video below. 

Environmental Mitigation Resource Links

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy
Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs - MIOSHA

Section 3 and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Resource Links

Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission
City of Flint Department of Community and Economic Development
Mott Workforce Development
About Section 3- HUD
Michigan Section 3 Resource Hub- HUD
Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council
Flint & Genesee Business Bridge: A Minority-owned  Business Directory for Genesee County

Find a Section 3 or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise:

Michigan Department of Transportation DBE Information Page
Michigan Unified Certification Program (MUCP) Search for DBE can be accessed from MDOT DBE Homepage under "Directories"
Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission DBE listing 

Are you a Section 3 or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise interested in being added to a public listing? Please provide your information through this survey link

Procurement Advice and Counseling Resources

Flint & Genesee Economic Alliance- The Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) 
The Flint & Genesee Economic Alliance PTAC provides procurement advice and counseling to Michigan companies interested in doing business with local, state, and federal governments.

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Other Resources for Active Contractors

Contractor Payment Packet

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Compliance Assistance Quick Start

Genesee County Drain Commission

State of Michigan Scrap Tire Hauler Information

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy Soil Cleanup Criteria

Guidance for Requesting a Variance from City of Flint Public Works for Dewatering

City of Flint Publicly-Owned Treatment Works Regulations Discharge Prohibitions and Limits

County Road Association of Michigan- Weight Restrictions (Frost Laws)

Additional Information for Demolition Contractors

We utilize to share information with and receive information from bidders and/or contractors. Prospective bidders will want to create an account with Box to be able to review pertinent data regarding bids, such as environmental reports. It is anticipated that a free individual account should suffice. We do not require bidders or contractors to purchase a plan through Box.   

*Please note that these resources are provided for reference only and do not represent an endorsement of any company or individual that may appear in these resources. Firms and individuals seeking assistance from any company that may appear on GCLBA's website or within the resources listed above should exercise their own due diligence in contracting.

All Land Bank employees and contractors wear or have identification when on site. If you have any questions if someone should be on Land Bank property ask for identification. If they cannot produce identification call the Land Bank immediately to confirm that they should be on the property. (810) 257-3088