How can emerging or minority companies obtain bonds? For more information on obtaining a warranty, see the following publications: Where can I get information about the subcontractor commitment? The GSA Forms Library contains these forms and views: The Surety Association of Canada is always happy to meet with owners to discuss and verify bonding options and make suggestions on how to use warranty products to meet your unique performance security requirements. Please contact the ISC office at (905) 677-1353 or by email at surety [at] suretycanada.com if you have any questions or concerns. Other forms This is a list of GSA forms and other agencies that are often used by GSA employees. Typically, the professional warranty manufacturer has a business relationship with multiple surety companies that allows the producer to contract with an appropriate surety firm. A good guarantor and warranty manufacturer help a contractor maintain and increase its warranty capacity. The names of producers specializing in warranties can be obtained from the National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP). NASBP members meet professional standards that demonstrate professionalism, expertise and innovation in warranty. Circular 570: Federal Treasury Listing of Qualified Sureties, also known as the T List, contains a list of all warranty companies qualified to write bonds on federal contracts. Go to the online T list under www.fiscal.treasury.gov/fsreports/ref/suretyBnd/c570.htm. Where can I find contract documents and standardised bond forms? SAC has developed the following standard fastening forms, which are available free of charge. Feel free to download copies below. Note: This form is intended for use by public contractors and contract staff to meet and manage financial security requirements in federal government contracts. Any other use is unnecessary.
PDF versions of forms use Adobe Reader™. Download Adobe Reader™ The Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) is a national committee responsible for the design, audit and publication of Canadian construction contracts, forms and guides. Established in 1974, ccDC consists of two representatives of owners from each of the public and private sectors, as well as appointed volunteer members from its four national constituent organizations; the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies of Canada (ACEC); Canadian Construction Association (CCA); Construction Specifications Canada (CSC); and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC). A lawyer from the Bar Association of Canada, Construction Law Division, sits ex officio as a member of the committee. All CCDC documents are approved by the four national constituent organizations. GSA Forms (GSA) Here is a list of all GSA forms. These are the most frequently used by GSA staff, contractors and customers. CCDC has also developed CCDC 21 – 2000 A Guide to Construction Insurance, which explains construction insurance policies and requirements in CCDC contract forms. .