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Business and construction

Contracting with the Land Bank

We enjoy building relationships with contractors. The Land Bank purchases a wide variety of business and construction services as needed to help us achieve our goals.

Contractors interested in partnering with the Land Bank should complete the form below to qualify. By completing this form, contractors may receive notice of future requests for quotes or proposals. All work is subject to our Purchasing Policy.

Please visit our Bids & Requests page to learn more about current opportunities available from the Land Bank.

The Land Bank's Agreement for Construction Services is subject to these standard Construction Terms and Conditions (revised 2023).

Basic Information

Please provide the name of the owner or owners of this business.
Please provide the name of the office contact at this business who can coordinate documents, billing, and day-to-day questions.



Please provide two local references, ideally another public or non-profit entity that does similar work as the Land Bank.

Areas(s) of Specialty

Contracting Expectations | Insurance Coverage & Ohio Worker's Compensation

As part of any contract with the Land Bank, your company must maintain and finish evidence of insurance and participation in Ohio’s worker compensation system. We must also have a signed IRS Form W-9 on file for payment processing.

The minimum insurance expectations are (unless otherwise noted by the Land Bank):

  • General liability (limit of liability $1,000,000 each occurrence, $2,000,000 aggregate)
  • Automobile liability (limit of liability $1,000,000); and
  • Worker’s compensation (with statutory limit).

Your insurance carrier must provide a current Certificate of Insurance naming the Lucas County Land Reutilization Corporation as an additional insured with certificate holder status. Contractors must include current insurance information with this form and will be responsibile for providing updated insurance information after each annual renewal, a change in carrier, etc. Without this current information on file, the Land Bank will be unable to enter into a contract for services with your company.

Further, if your company is delinquent on its property taxes, is included on a debarment list, has been disqualified from work by another public entity, has active judgments or a pending bankruptcy, or acts in a dishonesty or fraudulent manner, the Land Bank will be unable to offer you a contract.