Do you have an ongoing need for small renovation projects?
If the answer is yes, you may be interested in a Job Order Contract (JOC).
Job order contracting, also known as indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ), is a construction delivery method used as an alternative to traditional contracting delivery methods such as design-bid-build and construction manager-at-risk. The JOC program is a proven delivery method for many federal, state and local institutions.
Who uses job order contracts?
- State agencies
- Cities and counties
- Universities, colleges, and K-12
- Federal government
- Hospital and healthcare institutions
- Utility companies
- Transportation agencies.
Under a JOC, we act as an on-call general contractor to complete a variety of small to mid-sized projects under one contract. Benefits of a JOC include:
- High quality
- Responsiveness and fast turnaround
- Cost savings
- Minimal risk
We offer two methods of JOC delivery: stand-alone and cooperative purchasing.
A stand-alone contract is when the Owner procures and manages the contract.
A cooperative purchasing contract (co-op) is managed by a third party, also known as a group purchasing organization. These entities leverage the purchasing power of a group of businesses to obtain discounts based on the collective buying power.
Benefits of obtaining construction services through a co-op:
- Cost savings through leveraged pricing
- Time savings by bypassing procurement process
- Pre-approved vendors for better quality.
Vaughn currently holds two cooperative purchasing contracts (click logo for contract details):