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Construction-JOC (JOC-IDIQ)



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Today, JOC is a method of construction procurement (Texas Government Code 2269). Originally, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Construction or Job Order Contracting was a construction delivery method. Specifically designed for maintenance, repair, alteration, remediation, or minor construction, JOC (now called IDIQ Construction) is useful when bond projects and general maintenance projects authorize quick deployment of work crews. IDIQ Construction (formerly known as construction delivery through Job Order Contracting) is a relational, performance-based contract where the facility services partner continually interacts and collaborates to provide maintenance / construction services. IDIQ Construction/Job Order Contracting has been a legal, well-recognized procurement method utilizing IDIQ delivery for public schools since 1995 and has been used by governmental entities for decades. (For additional help on the legalities of IDIQ/JOC, see this presentation.)


Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Construction is different from Design/Bid/Build, but is effectively and efficiently used to pre-determine project constructability and cost, perform renovation, remodeling, rehabilitation, repair and other maintenance and construction projects. Among the many advantages of IDIQ Construction is the deepened level of interaction between the contractor and the client. With other maintenance/construction delivery methods a contract is preceded by a legally-binding and often time-consuming bidding process; with the Job Order Contracting procurement method and IDIQ Construction delivery there is a smooth, trouble-free, timely exchange of information regarding the specific needs of the client and the virtually immediate implementation of the required work by the IDIQ Construction firm. Using IDIQ Construction through Choice Partners can save months and significant dollars, as the procurement process has already been completed and the contracts awarded.


Choice Partners has awarded several contracts that were competitively and legally proposed for IDIQ Construction and procured through the Job Order Contracting method. The Choice Partners IDIQ Construction contract specifies a Unit Price Book (most commonly used is the R.S. Means Construction Cost Data ) for delivery order pricing, ensuring that variables involved in pricing are not significantly different from the day of contract award to the day work commences.



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Contract Number HUB MWBE SBE
A & I Custom Manufacturing, LLC 20/017MR-01 - - -
Aggieland Construction 16/054JN-01 - - -
Aggieland Construction 21/039MR-01 - - -
BaseLine Paving & Construction, Inc. 20/017MR-02 - Yes Yes
Basic IDIQ 20/017MR-03 - - -
Belfor Property Restoration (BELFOR USA Group, Inc.) 20/017MR-04 - - -
Blackmon Mooring/BMS CAT 18/029JN-01 - - -
Blue Ox Construction, Inc 21/039MR-02 - - Yes
Brown & Root Industrial Services 16/054JN-06 - - -
Brown & Root Industrial Services 21/039MR-03 - - -
Construction Masters of Houston 20/017MR-05 - - -
CORE Construction Services of Texas, Inc. 20/017MR-06 - - -
Corestone Construction Services 16/054JN-02 - - -
Corestone Construction Services 21/039MR-04 - - -
DivisionOne Construction LLC 20/017MR-07 - - -
E Contractors USA 20/017MR-08 - - -
EcoXstream, LLC 16/054JN-03 - - -
ERC Environmental & Construction Services 20/017MR-09 - - Yes
Facilities Sources 16/054JN-04 - Yes -
Facilities Sources 21/039MR-05 - Yes -
Falkenberg Construction Co., Inc. 18/029JN-03 - - -
Falkenberg Construction Co., Inc. 21/039MR-06 - - -
Flintco, LLC 21/039MR-07 - - -
Floors 2 Adore 18/029JN-04 - Yes Yes
Generocity Services, Inc. 16/054JN-05 - - -
Generocity Services, Inc. 21/039MR-08 - - -
HB Neild & Sons, Inc. 21/039MR-09 - - -
Horizon International Group LLC 20/017MR-10 - Yes Yes
JC Stonewall Constructors, LP 20/017MR-11 - - -
JL Squared Construction, Inc 21/039MR-10 - - -
JR Thomas Group, Inc. 20/017MR-12 - - -
LMC Corporation 16/054JN-07 - Yes Yes
Mid-Continental Restoration Company, Inc. 18/029JN-06 - - -
Millennium Project Solutions, Inc 20/017MR-14 - Yes Yes
Mitchell Contracting 16/054JN-08 - - -
Nash Industries, Inc. 20/017MR-15 - - -
Quad-Tex Construction, Inc, 16/054JN-10 - - -
Quad-Tex Construction, Inc, 21/039MR-11 - - -
Radius Design Works, LLC 18/029JN-09 - - -
SDB Contracting Services 18/029JN-11 - - -
SDB Contracting Services 21/039MR-12 - - -
SETEX Facilities & Maintenance, LLC / Preferred Facilities Group-USA 20/017MR-17 - - Yes
Sterling Structures, Inc. 18/029JN-12 - - -
Sterling Structures, Inc. 21/039MR-13 - - -
Sullivan Contracting Services 18/029JN-13 - - -
Sullivan Contracting Services 21/039MR-14 - - -
Texas General Contractors, Inc. 20/017MR-18 - - -
Texas General Contractors, Inc. 21/039MR-15 - - -
The Edu-Source Corporation 16/054JN-13 - Yes Yes
The Fence Lady Inc. 18/029JN-14 - - -
The Trevino Group, Inc. 21/039MR-16 - Yes Yes
Tommy Klein Construction 20/017MR-19 - - -
Vaughn Construction 20/017MR-20 - - -
Westco Ventures 20/017MR-21 - Yes -
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