Project Title: Sandy Blvd. Supplemental Water Quality
Project #: ITB-97-2020
Issued by: Multnomah County view agency website
Publish Date: 3/14/2020
Due Date: 4/14/2020

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Description

THERE WILL NOT BE A PRE-BID CONFERENCE  BID DOCUMENTS: ARC PLANWELL  All documents for this bid, contract terms and conditions, plans and project manual are available for view and download   free of charge at https://order.e-arc.com/arcEOC/PWELL_Main.asp?mem=45  ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE  The Engineer's Estimate for this project is $200,000 - $400,000  SUBMITTING BIDS  Bids will be received until the Close Date and Time listed in this Sourcing Event. Bids shall be submitted by mail or in person as described in the Contract and Specifications. Electronic submittal by e-mail or via the Marketplace system  is not allowed for this event. INCLEMENT WEATHER/EMERGENCY SITUATIONS:   In the event of inclement weather or emergency situations that close Multnomah County, the bid or proposal submission   date will be 10:00 am on the first day business resumes after County closure or delay. Whenever possible, updated   information will be communicated via an amendment posted on the Summary page of this Sourcing Event.  PREQUALIFICATION  The Agency will only consider a Bid from a Bidder who submits with their bid the following proof of their prequalification   with ODOT: (1) a copy of an ODOT Prequalification Letter that includes the Class or Classes of Work specified in the   Special Provisions; or (2) documented evidence that the Bidder submitted to ODOT at least 10 days before Bid Opening a   complete prequalification application in the Class or Classes of Work specified in the Special Provisions and then, no   later than two (2) business days following Bid Opening, submits to the Agency a copy of the applicable ODOT   Prequalification Letter.  New and renewal prequalification applications, approval timeframes and important additional information on prequalification   is available on Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) website at:  http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/CS/CONSTRUCTION/Pages/Prequalification.aspx  DIVISIONS OF WORK / GOOD FAITH EFFORT PROGRAM  Bidders are cautioned that some portions of Multnomah County's Good Faith Effort program have changed. Carefully review  program documentation in the Contract and Specifications book on the Buyer Attachments page of this Sourcing Event. Note that   specific Divisions of Work are now specified on the Bidders Checklist, and ALL must be listed on Good Faith Effort Form 1  to avoid possible rejection of a bid as non-responsive.  CLARIFICATIONS  Submit requests for clarification by e-mail to the Procurement Analyst listed in the Bid Document. Do not submit from   this Marketplace system.  LOCALLY FUNDED PROJECT  This project is funded by Multnomah County, and subject to requirements described in the bid documents including,   but not limited to:   * Oregon Prevailing Wage   * Multnomah County Good Faith Effort Program   * Multnomah County Workforce Training & Hiring Program  BIDDER CHECKLIST  Submit all items in a sealed envelope to the Multnomah Building, 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 125, Portland, OR   97214 by the date and time listed in the bid documents. Electronic submission is NOT allowed for this bid. Include:   * Bid Form filled out, any addenda acknowledged and Bid signed    * Bid Schedule completed and total amount in words printed    * Bid Bond submitted  * ODOT Prequalification Approval Letter or Application (See PREQUALIFICATION above)    * Multnomah County Good Faith Effort Program Form 1 and Form 2 (may be submitted with bid)    * State of Oregon First-Tier Subcontractor Disclosure Form (may be submitted with bid)   ###

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If you'd like to know more about our MWESB outreach programs, please visit https://multco.us/purchasing/minority-women-and-emerging-small-business.

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If your firm is interested in an opportunity posted on our webpage, we'd love to hear from you. Here's how:

  1. First, read over the opportunity description.
  2. Next, go to the Multnomah County Bids and Opportunities page for this specific solicitation: https://solutions.sciquest.com/apps/Router/ViewSourcingEvent?AuthToken=0%3AAES2%23CK2dKOIO%2BgEwCj0umWv3B8F7iN1WmSc7ykgS7OSFtCrhaiavzEC4cseP%2BbUTMK%2BY6UTXMJhTFDED8VtaPdebuqKhU0cXo%2B9u1wp2A%2FC4NgCe7fSJ4UU8H1Tp2Gg%2ByMpST01l4Z3z16jsA%2Fhr1ig1wAE%2F69Fdtlqg9Q%3D%3D&tmstmp=1586232126120
  3. Please review all of our solicitation documents carefully, to ensure that the opportunity is is a good fit for your firm!
  4. Register for the solicitation here. This will ensure you receive any addenda or updates that we may post from time to time.
  5. That's it! You'll receive an email confirming your interest. If you have questions, please contact the Purchasing Contact assigned to the project, or visit our Contact Us page.

Multnomah County competitively procures materials and services, taking into consideration the best combination of price, quality and service. We look forward to hearing from you. Whether this is your first bid proposal, or you've worked with us before, we look forward to doing business with you.