Ohio Construction

Current and Bidding Ohio Construction Projects

View the accumulation of our current Ohio construction projects. As a leading general contractor in Central Ohio, we pride ourselves on only accepting the best work from our subcontractors. We almost always have biddable Ohio construction projects ready to go.

Bidding Projects

We are always looking for great trade partners and subcontractors. Below are our current Ohio construction projects out for bid. If you’re interested in bidding on a construction project, select Request Bidding Information, or if you want to learn more about the bidding process, see the FAQ section below.

The Retreat At Mount Vernon

Multi-family Residential Construction

496 Units
Coshocton Road
Mount Vernon, OH 43050

Coughlin Crossing Apartments

Multi-Family Residential Construction

178 Units
Statford Road
Delaware, Ohio 43015

Walnut Commons

Multi-Family Residential Construction

156 Units
Central College Road
Westerville, Ohio 43081

Central Ohio Community Improvement Corporation

Single-Family Residential Urban In-fill

16 Units
E. 4th Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43201

Projects Currently Under Construction

Rockford Construction is always busy working on the next project. Below is a list of Ohio construction projects already underway. If you’d like to learn more about these projects, visit our contact page or fill out the form below.

Dogwood Commons Apartments

Multi-Family Residential Construction

110 Units
4500 Dogwood Circle East
Centerville, Ohio 45440

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City of Columbus Land Bank

Single-Family Residential Construction

15 Units
640 Pierce Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43213

Touchstone Field Place

Multi-Family Residential Construction

56 Units
2565 Lockbourne Road
Columbus, Ohio 43232

25 Montgomery

Single-Family Residential Construction

25 Units
1906 Kinney Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45207

Sugar Maple Commons

Multi-Family Residential Construction

105 Units
5151 Sugar Maple Drive
Grove City, Ohio 43123

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a contractor’s bid?

A contractor’s bid is an offer to a subcontractor to estimate the cost of a project and the projected end date.

What is the bidding process?

All bidding projects are eligible to be worked on by other subcontractors to help expertly complete the construction project. If you are a subcontractor or trade partner interested in working on one of our projects, fill out the form, and we will be in touch with you shortly. Then, we will share any necessary documentation with you, the subcontractor, in order for you to draft your bid. All interested subcontractors send their bids to us, or the general contractor, and general contractors take it from there to analyze, compare, and negotiate what subcontractor works best for them. Once a subcontractor for each trade needed has been hired, the general contractor creates a final portfolio based on the specs of the request for proposal, and gives it to the architect of the project. The owner is left to choose a general contractor, and with that general contractor comes a variety of subcontractors to work on the Ohio construction project.

How does an owner choose a general contractor?

The owner of the project uses the request for proposal as a guide to make the final decision, but many factors can come into play. Oftentimes, public projects are required to select the contractor with the lowest bid. Owners may look at the contractor’s background, experience, and past work portfolio. Also, it is possible they evaluate personal resumes, safety records, scheduling attentiveness, and company philosophy. Once the owner has thoroughly studied each general contractor and the contractor’s proposal, the owner picks the one that best fits their construction needs.

Can negotiations occur after a bid is offered?

Yes. The bid is in place to give an estimate of the Ohio construction project cost. After a general contractor picks a subcontractor, negotiations will take place and each will find common ground on final pricing and scheduling. Once negotiations are final, then a contract can be drawn up.

Submit a Bid or Learn More

Fill out the form below to request specific plans or information about one of our bidding projects or projects already underway.