INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 21, 2017 in the office of the Brunswick County Engineering Department for the construction of: FY16 Water System Improvement Project – Contract B: High Meadow, Taft Road & Sea Wynd, and Old Town Creek Road and shortly thereafter the bids will be opened publicly and read aloud. The contract shall be Single Prime. A general description of the work includes:
- Approximately 13,567’ LF of 12” C900 DR18 PVC waterlines, 4,927 LF 8” C900 DR18 PVC waterlines, 10,835 LF 6” C900 DR18 waterlines, 2,170 LF 2” SDR 21 PVC waterlines, valves, fittings, fire hydrant assemblies, service lines/meter boxes, and all other infrastructure to make this a complete project. Erosion and sediment control practices, including silt fence, rock check dams, culvert inlet protection, temporary & permanent seeding and other stabilization measures, required for the proposed work are included as part of this plan. The foregoing description shall not be construed as a complete description of all work required.
Site Visitation: Majority of the roadways within this project are NCDOT public rights-of-ways in Brunswick County. Potential bidders may inspect the proposed project site as desired.
Copies of the Contract Documents may be purchased for $300.00 at the following location after August 21, 2017 (cash or check/money order payable to East Coast Engineering & Surveying, PC):
East Coast Engineering & Surveying, PC
4918 Main Street, PO Box 2469
Shallotte, North Carolina 28459
No refund for any Contract Documents shall be made and no partial sets of the Contract Documents will be issued. The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:
- Brunswick County Engineering Department – Bolivia, NC
- East Coast Engineering & Surveying, P.C. – Shallotte, NC
- Carolinas A.G.C. Digital Plan Room – online www.cagc.org
Brunswick County reserves the unqualified right to reject any and all proposals. A 5% bid bond or deposit is required. Brunswick County has implemented a Minority Business Enterprise Policy that requires Contractors to exhibit a good-faith effort to contact minority business subcontractors whose work on the project would represent 10% of the total value of the work. Contractors must be properly licensed. Additional instructions to bidders are included in the Contract Documents.