How to Be Effective in Writing a Proposal for a Construction Site Clean Up

By Lanee' Blunt

Demonstrate your capabilities--

Writing an effective proposal for restoration must focus on how your service will achieve the client’s goal and meet their objectives. The proposal must convince the contractors you are familiar with their requirements and that you can do the work in a timely manner. You must have a clear understanding of the objectives of the scope of work, and the time frame pending for cleaning on the site. The proposal must effectively demonstrate that your company has the capability to perform the contract.


Things You’ll Need:
Business cards


  1. Deconstruct the Request for Proposal (RFP). Deconstruct sentence-by-sentence and make sure that you understand what the RFP is requesting in order to build an outline to write your proposal. Explain important and unimportant clauses in the statement of work.

  1. Write the address. Start the proposal with the address of the client. Write the summary of the request. Title the proposal by the address of the site where the work will be done.

  1. Write the analysis section explain what you will do. Tell the evaluator how your company is going to accomplish the requested work. For example, “Large debris will be removed from the site and placed in waste dumpsters; service provides complete detailed cleaning of office space.” Keep the proposal as short as possible but make sure that you include all of the necessary information.

  1. Write the cost information. State the cost and itemize each by fixed price and per square feet. Itemize and identify each fixed price for structure cleaning, at scrub & sealer, finish, clean and extract carpet, power scrub. Give a total price of the work after calculating all of the itemized prices.

  1. Write the time of completion and set deadlines for dates.
State in the proposal a timeline and schedule for your completion dates. Write the date that the work will be finished.

Submit your proposal on time. 
Make sure that you include all of the information that is in the RFP missing details can result in the filing of a proposal that does not meet the agency’s requirements.

See also

Fedmarket: Proposal Writing: The Devil is in the Detail
A Cleaning Bid: Construction Site Clean Up Projects
Entrepreneur; How to Write an Effective Proposal; Barry Farber; 2004


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