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ITB# PW 22-0300 – NE 149th Street Sinkhole Mitigation

NOTICE OF BID OPPORTUNITY

ITB# PW 22-0300 – NE 149th Street Sinkhole Mitigation

COMPETITIVE SOLICITATION POSTING: 03/27/2024

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING BIDS: 04/16/2024

Find the full solicitation on Solicitation documents, contacts and bid instructions are available at Public Purchase (www.publicpurchase.com).

Contract Location: In front of 12702 NE 149th Street, Woodinville, WA 98072

Contract description: NOTE: All bid details and documents can be found and downloaded on the City’s roster system, Public Purchase (more info below). The following is a summary of bid’s details.

The selected Contractor will be required to repair a sinkhole located on NE 149th Street near the intersection with 127th Ave NE. The project consists of saw cutting and removing asphalt, excavating roadway material, installing perforated PVC drainpipe, connecting drainpipe to an existing catch basin, constructing road base, and placing and compacting Hot Mix Asphalt. Other work includes traffic control and temporary erosion control.

It is the Contractor’s responsibility to adequately review and understand the Scope of Work and site location, including verification of all lengths and dimensions prior to submitting a bid.

Prevailing Wages: This Contract is subject to the requirements of Chapter 39.12 RCW, as it may be amended, relating to prevailing wages.

It is the Contractor’s responsibility to adequately review and understand the Scope of Work, facility locations, and all potential hazards and dangers associated with the Work.

BID PRICE: The bid price shall include everything necessary to perform and complete the Work, including, but not limited to, furnishing all materials, equipment, tools, and all management, superintendent’s labor and service. In the event of a discrepancy between the unit price and the total price for any Bid Item, the unit price will govern, and the total item price will be adjusted accordingly. If the Total Bid amount is an incorrect total when all Bid Items are added together, the Total Bid price will be corrected. If tax is calculated improperly, the City shall utilize the correct tax rate and correct the Total Bid.

All proposals shall be accompanied by a bid deposit in the form of cashier’s check, certified check, postal money order, or a surety bond to the City of Woodinville in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid. An electronic copy of the bid deposit or bond must be submitted with the full proposal on Public Purchase, with the original bid deposit or bond either hand delivered to Woodinville City Hall or mailed to 17301 133rd Avenue NE, Woodinville, WA 98072, Attn: Chista Kouretchian – prior to bid closing. The original must be received by the City at Woodinville City Hall, addressed as directed herein, no later than 5pm April 18th (two (2) business days after the bid closing date).

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: Solicitation documents, contacts and bid instructions are available at Public Purchase (www.publicpurchase.com).

Value: Estimated budget between $40,000 – $50,000

Links: Register at https://www.sharedprocurementportal.com/VendorRegistration

Pre Bid Meeting Details: SITE WALKTHROUGH: An on-site walk-through is currently scheduled for 10 am PST on Tuesday April 9, 2024. Site address is located at 12702 NE 149th Street, Woodinville, WA 98072. A courtesy advance notice to Chista Kouretchian at ChistaK@ci.woodinville.wa.us would be appreciated for Contractors that plan to attend.

Other Details: BID PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL: All interested and registered Contractors must submit their bid proposal through the Public Purchase portal by 2 pm (local time) on April 16th, 2024. Bid proposals received after the due date will not be accepted. There will NOT be a physical public opening of bids. Public Purchase allows for an electronically sealed bid system and as a result all bids must be uploaded in Public Purchase to be accepted. Thus, the public opening of bids will be done electronically on Public Purchase.

(For instructions on how to get registered in Public Purchase go here: https://www.sharedprocurementportal.com/VendorRegistration . Note that it may take up to 24 hours for newly registered accounts.

Registration is a 2-step process.

Step 1 is to register.

Step 2 occurs after you receive an activation email from Public Purchase. You will have to log back in, click on the “Tools” tab then, on the “Agencies” tab. This will take you to the Agency search page. In the Agency name box type in “Agency Name”. Leave the “new Agency since” box blank. Make sure Registration Status says “ALL”. Click on “search”. This will bring up the Agency below. To the far right of it you will see “view” and “Register”. Click on the “Register” link to complete the supplier registration with the Agencies. If you do not select “Woodinville” you will not appear to me as a registered vendor and you will not be able to access this ITB or download bid attachments).

Contractors certified Veteran Owned, Small Owned, or OMWBE Certified minority or women owned businesses are encouraged to register in Public Purchase and submit a bid.

BASIS OF AWARD: The City will select and award the Contract to the lowest responsible, responsive bidder pursuant to RCW 39.04.350. The Information for Bidders on page 2 of the Bid Proposal Form clearly identifies all items and forms that must be submitted with Contractor’s bid prior to the bid closing date. Any items or forms missing upon bid opening may deem the Contractor as not responsible.

AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES: The Contractor selected for final award will be required to enter into a standard Public Works Contract substantially in the form of the draft contract attached with this ITB. The selected Contractor will have, or be able to obtain, a certificate of insurance as defined in the draft contract, with a policy endorsement which names the City of Woodinville as additional insured.

Point of Contact: 

Name: Chista Kouretchian

Phone: (425) 877-2288

Organization: City of Woodinville

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·        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.

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  • 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.

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