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17722 – Traffic Signs and Supplies Bid Opportunity – DES

NOTICE OF BID OPPORTUNITY

17722 – Traffic Signs and Supplies Bid Opportunity

COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION POSTING: 05/31/2024

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING BIDS: 07/12/2024

Find the full solicitation on: https://apps.des.wa.gov/DESContracts/Home/ContractSummary/17722

Contract Location: Department of Enterprise Services

Contract description:  The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (Enterprise Services) is conducting a competitive procurement to award Purchasing Agreements to allow eligible purchasers in Washington and Oregon to acquire Traffic Signs and Supplies.

Scope of Work: Through the Statewide Contracts established by this solicitation, Washington state agencies and other eligible purchasers in Washington and Oregon may obtain contracted Traffic Signs and Supplies defined as: Reflective Sheeting, Guideposts, Sign Support Materials, and Portable Roadway Signs and Stands.

Commodity codes: 962-79-Sign Making Services, 968-80-Traffic Sign Installation and/or Removal Services, 550-12-Clamps and Bolts, U-Type, Large (For Highway Signs), 559-23-Crossing Equipment and Accessories, Railroad (Including Crossing Signs), 570-05-Aluminum: Bars, Plates, Posts, Rods, Sheets, Siding, Strips, Structural Shapes, Tubes, etc., 801-09-Blanks, Sign, Metal (See 801-71, 89, and 97 for other Sign Blanks), 801-12-Brackets and Holders, Sign, 801-20-Letters and Numerals, Sign (To Include Logos), 801-30-Posts, Standards, Supports, and Expansion Plugs, 801-38-Recycled Signs, Equipment, and Supplies (Including Braille Type), 801-45-Sign Making Equipment Including Computerized Type, 801-48-Sign Material, Non-Reflective, 801-50-Sign Material, Reflective (Die Cut)(See 550-45 for Reflective Sheeting for other than Signs), 801-49-Sign Material, Reflective (See 550-45 for Reflective Sheeting for other than Signs), 801-53-Sign Painting Machines (Including Automatic), 801-54-Sign Painting Supplies (Including Brushes and Inks), 801-56-Signs, American Disability Act (ADA), 801-66-Signs, Electronic Display (Marquee, etc.), 801-68-Signs, Exit: LED, Lighted, etc., 801-69-Signs, Fabric, 801-71-Signs, Fiberglass (Including Blanks), 801-74-Signs, Hospital Bed, 801-78-Signs, Janitorial (Wet Floor, Hazardous Spill, etc.), 801-81-Signs, Library, 801-82-Signs, Magnetic, 801-84-Signs, Message, Computerized, 801-83-Signs, Metal (Not Blanks), 801-86-Signs, Miscellaneous (Not Otherwise Classified), 801-85-Signs, Neon, 801-87-Signs, Overhead (Traffic), 801-89-Signs, Plastic and Polyethylene (Including Blanks), 801-91-Signs, Railroad Crossing (Electric), 801-94-Signs, Runway and Taxiway, 801-95-Signs, Surge Marker, Metal, 801-96-Signs, Traffic, Solar Powered, LED, Flashing, Programmable, 801-97-Signs, Wood (Including Blanks), 801-58-Signs: Billboard, Advertising, etc., 801-59-Signs: Braille (Including Markers and Plaques), 801-60-Signs: Construction (Including Roll-Up Type Message Signs), 936-74-Signs, Message Centers, Scoreboards, etc. (Including Sign Making Equipment), Maintenance and Repair (See 968-81 for Traffic Sign Maintenance), 985-73-Signs, Message Boards and Centers, etc., Rental or Lease, 540-68-Plywood Panels, Plastic Faced (For Highway Signs, etc.), 055-89-Warning Devices, Triangular (Including Slow Moving Vehicle Signs)

Preference/priority points:

    • Washington small businesses
    • Veteran-owned businesses
    • Executive Order 18-03
    • PCB-Free Products & Products-In-Packaging
    • Environmentally Preferable Purchasing

Solicitation documents: Solicitation documents, contacts and bid instructions are available in WEBS:

Point of Contact: 

Name: Carmen (DES)

Phone: (360) 407-2215

Organization: Washington State Department of Enterprise Services

Value: 1,400,000

Links: https://apps.des.wa.gov/DESContracts/Home/ContractSummary/17722

Pre Bid Meeting Details: Pre-bid conference: June 6, 1 PM PST


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Other Details:

Preference/priority points:
• Executive Order 18-03
• Statutory Preference for PCB-Free Products & Products in Packaging
• Statutory Preference for Products Containing Recycled Material

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Region 6 is hosted by the Thurston County Economic Development Council and serves Pierce County.

ABOUT THE THURSTON EDC

The Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC) is a private non-profit organization.  As the lead economic development organization in Thurston County our mission is to create a vital and sustainable economy throughout the county and region that supports the livelihood and values of our residents. We do this by:

·        Connecting local businesses with experts and resources that help them remain competitive

·        Creating and delivering strategic messages that attract new investment to our community

·        Working with our community partners to enhance our collective prosperity and encourage our economic future 

·        Participating regionally to ensure that Thurston County plays an appropriate role on the regional economic stage.

Pierce County services are primarily provided virtually. 

This location is funded, in part, through a partnership with Pierce County through the Navigator Program

General Contact: pierce@washingtonapex.org

Clallam and Jefferson counties

Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce

Tri City Regional Chamber of Commerce

Region 8 is hosted by the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce and serves Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Grant, Klickitat, Walla Walla, and Yakima counties.

About the Tri-City Regional Chamber

The Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce is the leading business advocate for nearly 1,000 private, public, and non-profit member firms in the Tri-Cities region. The fifth largest chamber in Washington, the Tri-City Regional Chamber advocates for a strong business community and supports the interests of its members. The Regional Chamber is a catalyst for business growth, a convener of leaders and influencers, and a champion for a strong community.

Address

7130 W Grandridge Blvd, Suite C
Kennewick, WA. 99336

Email: tricity@washingtonapex.org

GREATER SPOKANE INC

Region 7 is hosted by Greater Spokane Inc and serves Spokane, Adams, Asotin, Douglas, Ferry, Garfield, Lincoln, Okanogan, Pend Oreille, Stevens and Whitman counties.

ABOUT GREATER SPOKANE INC

Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI) is the Spokane region’s business development organization, focused on leading transformative business and community initiatives to build a robust regional economy. Founded in 1881 as the Spokane Area Chamber of Commerce, GSI is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a vibrant Spokane region by advocating for the region, driving strategic economic growth, and championing a talented workforce. Learn more at GreaterSpokane.org

Address

801 West Riverside Avenue, Suite 100
Spokane, WA 99201

Contact: spokane@washingtonapex.org

Green River College

Region 5 is hosted by the Green River College serves King County.

ABOUT THE GREEN RIVER COLLEGE

The mission of Green River College is to ensure student success through comprehensive programs and support services responsive to our diverse communities.

ADDRESS

1221 D St NE
Suite 210 C
Auburn, WA 98002

Email: king@washingtonapex.org

Economic Alliance Snohomish County

Region 4 is hosted by the Economic Alliance Snohomish County and serves Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan and Whatcom counties.

ABOUT THE EASC

The Economic Alliance Snohomish County (EASC) is a nonprofit serving as a combined economic development organization and a countywide chamber of commerce. We bring together private-public partners to create a unified voice for Snohomish County.

Address

808 134th St. SW, Suite 101
Everett, WA 98204

Email: snohomish@washingtonapex.org

Columbia River Economic Development Council

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Columbia River Economic Development Council 

Address

805 Broadway St, Suite 412
Vancouver WA 98660

Email: swwa@washingtonapex.org

Thurston County Economic Development Council

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This center is also the main center for Washington APEX Accelerator Statewide

ABOUT THE THURSTON EDC

The Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC) is a private non-profit organization.  As the lead economic development organization in Thurston County our mission is to create a vital and sustainable economy throughout the county and region that supports the livelihood and values of our residents. We do this by:

  • Connecting local businesses with experts and resources that help them remain competitive
  • Creating and delivering strategic messages that attract new investment to our community
  • Working with our community partners to enhance our collective prosperity and encourage our economic future
  • Participating regionally to ensure that Thurston County plays an appropriate role on the regional economic stage.

Address
4220 6th Ave
Lacey, WA 98503

General Contact: thurston@washingtonapex.org

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ABOUT KEDA

The Kitsap Economic Development Alliance (KEDA) is a 30+ year old public/private nonprofit 501 (c) (6) corporation founded in June 1983. Our goal is to attract and retain jobs and investments in this community that generate wealth, enhance the qualify of life and embrace future generations.

Address
2021 NW Myhre Rd, Suite 100
Silverdale WA 98383

Email:  kitsap@washingtonapex.org