Invitation to Bid City of Woodland Water Reservoir No. 4
INVITATION TO BIDCITY OF WOODLANDRESERVOIR NO. 4WOODLAND, WASHINGTON
Notice is hereby given that the City of Woodland will receive sealed bids at the City of Woodland office located at 230 Davidson Avenue, Woodland, Washington, 98674 until 10:00 a.m., December 14th, 2023, for the following work: RESERVOIR NO. 4.
Work performed under this contract consists of the following:
Providing all materials and labor to construct a 106-foot diameter by 29-foot tall, 1.5-million-gallon glass-fused to bolted-steel reservoir, site grading, bioswale, infiltration pond, site water and storm piping, paved reservoir access drive, electrical, telemetry, and instrumentation, site fencing, site restoration, and demolition of existing concrete Reservoir No. 2 (500,000 gallons).
Prospective bidders can view specifications for free through the online plan center link at www.gibbs-olson.com. There is a $22.00 non-refundable fee to download a full set of contract documents in pdf format. Bids will not be accepted from any prospective bidder who has not purchased contract documents through QUESTCDN. Bidders should contact QUESTCDN at (952) 233-1632 or email@example.com if unable to join or access the documents online.
QUESTCDN is a web-based platform for construction project advertisements, bid documents distribution and plan holder lists. Prospective bidders will need to join QUESTCDN to purchase and download the contract documents. QUESTCDN offers several membership levels, and a “REGULAR” membership is free. If prospective bidders access the project directly from the QUESTCDN website, a seven-digit QUESTCDN project number 8839003 will be needed to locate the job on the QUESTCDN website search page.
Technical questions regarding the plans and contract documents should be directed to the City of Woodland’s consulting engineer, Gibbs & Olson, Inc., 1157 3rd Avenue, Suite 219, Longview, WA 98632 (Phone 360-425-0991, Fax 360-423-3162).
All Bids must be submitted on the regular bid form furnished within the specifications, and each must be accompanied by a certified check or bidder’s bond in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the total bid. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish the necessary additional bond(s) for the faithful performance of the work, as prescribed in the bidding documents. Should the successful bidder fail to enter into such contract and furnish satisfactory payment and performance bond within the time stated in specifications, the bid proposal deposit shall be forfeited.
In order to perform public work, the successful Bidder and Subcontractors, shall hold or obtain such licenses and registrations as required by Washington State Statutes and Codes, and federal and local Laws and Regulations. All work performed on this project shall be subject to the Washington State Prevailing Wage Rates.
The City of Woodland reserves the right to reject any and all Bids and waive any informality in the bids.
All work performed on this project will be subject to the higher of the prevailing state or federal wage rates.
The City of Woodland, Washington is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
This project is funded through the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program with federal funds from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Small, Minority- and Women-owned firms are encouraged to submit bids.
General Contractors and all Subcontractors must meet DWSRF requirements or provisions.
General Contractors and all Subcontractors must be licensed to conduct business in the State of Washington.
Buy America Build America (BABA):
Recipients of an award of Federal financial assistance from a program for infrastructure are hereby notified that none of the funds provided under this award may be used for a project for infrastructure unless:
(1) all iron and steel used in the project are produced in the United States--this means all manufacturing processes, from the initial melting stage through the application of coatings, occurred in the United States;
(2) all manufactured products used in the project are produced in the United States—this means the manufactured product was manufactured in the United States; and the cost of the components of the manufactured product that are mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States is greater than 55 percent of the total cost of all components of the manufactured product, unless another standard for determining the minimum amount of domestic content of the manufactured product has been established under applicable law or regulation; and
(3) all construction materials are manufactured in the United States—this means that all manufacturing processes for the construction material occurred in the United States.
The Buy America preference only applies to articles, materials, and supplies that are consumed in, incorporated into, or affixed to an infrastructure project. As such, it does not apply to tools, equipment, and supplies, such as temporary scaffolding, brought to the construction site and removed at or before the completion of the infrastructure project. Nor does a Buy America preference apply to equipment and furnishings, such as movable chairs, desks, and portable computer equipment, that are used at or within the finished infrastructure project, but are not an integral part of the structure or permanently affixed to the infrastructure project.