Applications for Prequalification
Thank you for your interest in Professional Services Prequalification with the Florida Department of Transportation. Please review the requirements for prequalification for each work type in RULE 14-75 Administrative Code prior to beginning your application or renewal. This Rule is updated periodically so the prequalification requirements may change.
The information and links needed to get consultant firms prequalified with the Department for the first time is available as a downloadable PDF document in the Checklist for Firms Seeking Initial Prequalification with FDOT Professional Services.
The information and links needed for consultant firms that have previously been prequalified and wish to renew their prequalification with the Department is available as a downloadable PDF document in the Checklist for Firms Renewing Prequalification with FDOT Professional Services.
The information and links needed for consultant firms that have previously been prequalified and need to modify or update their current prequalification with the Department between renewal cycles are available as a downloadable PDF document in the Checklist for Firms Modifying Prequalification with FDOT Professional Services.
Downloadable Application Form - available as Microsoft Word Document
Prequalified Consultants Report - list of currently prequalified Professional Services Firms
All consultants competing for contracts in the standard work types defined by Rule 14-75, F.A.C., must become technically prequalified with the Department in the applicable work types. Both primes and subconsultants performing services in any of the standard work types must be technically prequalified with Professional Services. Prequalification is not required for Professional Services Consultants performing non-standard professional services outside the standard work types.
Prequalification Statuses are:
Technically prequalified firms without an approved audit can pursue projects with fees less than $500,000. Note: a self-certification is not an audit.
Technically prequalified firms with approved audited rates can pursue projects with fees of any dollar amount, including those of $500,000 or greater.
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The documents available in Word, Excel and Powerpoint require the use of the appropriate Microsoft Office Viewer which is available from the DOT Agency Resources Website Plug-Ins