Vendor Resources for the BJCC in Birmingham, AL
From small board meetings to entertainment extravaganzas, planning any type of meeting or event can be challenging. That’s why our friendly, knowledgeable staff is here to help you every step of the way.
Whether you’re interested in booking an event at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex or need recommendations on hotels or attractions, you’ve come to the right place for planning a perfect event from start to finish.
The BJCC is required to comply with the Alabama Competitive Bid Law. The law requires that all contracts of whatever nature for labor, services, work, or for the purchase or lease of materials, equipment, supplies, or other personal property, involving $15,500 or more, except as otherwise exempt, be let by free and open competitive bidding, on sealed bids, to the lowest responsible bidder.
Minority Vendor Program - Mission Statement
The mission of the minority-owned business program is to ensure that minority-owned businesses have equal access and participation in the competitive bid process.
Minority Vendor Program - Details of Program
- Encourage department managers to include minority vendors in all bid requests.
- Maintain a comprehensive directory of minority-owned businesses.
- Pass all construction bids through the Birmingham Construction Industry Authority.
- Advertise bids in the Birmingham News and Birmingham Times.
IIRMA Exemption Notice
This notice has been prepared and made publicly available by the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Authority (the “Authority”) in light of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (“SEC”) “Municipal Advisor Rule” pursuant to Section 975 of Title IX of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the Dodd-Frank Act”). Download SEC Municipal Advisor – IRMA Exemption Notice here.