The Foundation for Fair Contracting (FFC) promotes compliance with laws and regulations relating to public works construction. Specifically, we focus on issues concerning wages, classification of workers, licensing and apprenticeship standards. Our objectives are to protect workers on government construction projects from substandard wages and labor conditions, and to establish a level playing field by providing a forum in the construction industry for those interested in fair, competitive contracting.LEARN ABOUT US
The FFC’s John Monroe attended Thursday’s pre-bid meeting for the construction of a single men’s shelter in the District of Columbia. In addition to the direct benefit of providing needed housing, this project will support the community through local hire practices, opportunities for apprenticeship and employment, and offering residents a portable skill set. This project will be closely monitored, Read More
The FFC joined a host of contractors at a pre-bid meeting for upgrades to the South Grounds at the White House. This project will be monitored through its completion to ensure compliance with applicable wage, safety, and apprenticeship requirements.
Last week, Compliance Manager John Monroe, of the FFC, attended several pre-bid meetings in the city of Baltimore. These included meetings for alley reconstruction, as well as improvements to the intersection of W North Avenue & Pennsylvania Avenue. As the project moves forward, the FFC will continue to monitor this project to promote a level playing, Read More