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Master Roster

The purpose of the Master Roster is to provide the State of Minnesota with a list of firms qualified to do work in a variety of areas. Firms from the list may be asked by state agencies to respond to RFPs for specific projects. When an RFP is issued, the number of firms requested to respond to it is based on the estimated project cost. 

Although state agencies are not required to use the Master Roster and may chose instead to publicly advertise for a consultant, use of the Master Roster will expedite the contracting process. Learn more about the Master Roster using the links below.

The Master Roster is for Minnesota Registered Architects, Engineers, Land Surveyors, Landscape Architects, and Geoscientists approved to do Predesign, Design through Construction Documents, Construction Administration, including Land Surveying and Geoscientist Services through February 27, 2021.

Instructions for Agencies

State agencies can learn how to get started with the Master Roster here.

Master Roster Request for Qualifications (RFQ)

Firms can learn how to submit an application for the Master Roster here.

Vendor Management

An overview of the Master Roster program's Vendor Management System, where firms will enter their information. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions about the Master Roster Program are compiled here for your reference. 

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