The Capital Programs Institute (CPI) is the UCOP program for design, construction and project management training. Under the coordination of Construction Services, the program provides training for the capital programs staff on all campuses and laboratories.
Construction Services chairs the Construction Review Board (CRB), where it hears bid protest appeals on construction projects.
The systemwide Labor Compliance Program (LCP) implements the regents' policy relative to the labor compliance requirements for state-funded public works construction contracts.
Best Value (BV) selection gives authority to the University of California to choose contractors not only on the basis of price but also qualifications that collectively serve the best value to the university.
The Buy Clean California Program Page contains information on the University of California's implementation of this statewide statutory program designed to reduce the environmental impacts of construction materials. Aspects of the program, including UC exemptions and other resources are locate here.
The Regents of the University of California has established a controlled insurance program for large construction projects. Projects with a projected construction value of $25 million and over (total for all phases) are to be insured under the University Controlled Insurance Program (UCIP).
Our Small Business, Big Outcomes Program, is our page dedicated to increasing the footprint of Small Business and Disabled Veterans Enterprises (SBE/DVBE) at all of our campuses. This link will provide you with our most up to date events, resources and anything else related to SBE/DVBE involvement with UC.
The University has created a Sheltered Bidding/Sheltered Applicant Pool Program to encourage Small Business Enterprise (SBE) and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) participation in our Design and Construction projects. It also includes a list of agencies that UC will accept SBE/DVBE Certification from.