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It is the responsibility of all bidders/proposers to check the City of Joliet Bids and Requests for Proposals page for any addenda to solicitations for which they intend to bid to ensure they have the most recent solicitation files.
It is the responsibility of the potential vendor/contractor to notify the Purchasing Office when requests for bids or proposals are downloaded from this listing. Addenda will be sent only to those individuals who have contacted The Purchasing Division and advised that they have a request for bids or proposals. The Purchasing Division can be reached by calling 815-724-3925 and via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The potential vendor/contractor remains responsible for obtaining all addenda to the original specification.
All formally advertised bids are opened and read publicly. You are invited to attend a bid opening at any time. Bid openings are conducted in the Office of the City Clerk, 150 W. Jefferson St., Joliet, IL 60432.
Bids are then tabulated and evaluated, with a recommendation being made to the City Council for award.
Bid and/or performance bonds and prequalification may be required with some bids. Specific instructions and explanations are included in all bid documents.
Bids for materials should always include freight costs in the total bid, unless otherwise stated. No additional charges for freight after the fact are allowed.
Forward submittals in sealed envelopes clearly marked with the bid number, the name of the bid, and the date and time of the scheduled opening. Bids must be received before the date and time set for the bid opening. Bids received after the date and time set for the bid opening will not be considered.
- Bid tabulations represent "as read" submittals at time of the bid opening. They do not represent contract award.
- Formal bid tabulations for contracts where the contract is not a lump sum bid, will be posted onto this site after the City Council has awarded the contract.
MARYCREST PHASE II WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS
- Department:Public Utilities
- Category:Construction - Public Utilities
- RFP Number:2224-0317
- Start Date:01/09/2017 6:30 AM
- Close Date:02/28/2017 10:00 AM
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THIS BID IS COMPRISED OF THE DOCUMENTS BELOW
The following clarification applies to water main construction contracts 2219-0317, 2220-0317, 2221-0317, 2222-0317 and 2224-0317:
As per the bidding documents, all bidders are required to advertise subcontracting opportunities and to negotiate with disadvantaged businesses. Advertisements must be made in the Chicago Tribune (City Edition) for one day at least 16 days prior to the Bid Opening. If a contractor intends to bid on multiple projects, they are only required to place one advertisement in the Chicago Tribune. The advertisement must clearly identify which projects it pertains to and conform to the time frame for each project.
All advertisements must clearly state the method of evaluating the proposals or quotations, and the relative importance attached to each criterion. Bidders must uniformly and objectively evaluate the proposals submitted by disadvantaged businesses in response to the advertisement based upon the evaluation criteria stated in the advertisement. The evaluation criteria must not be restrictive or exclusionary.
Any questions should be directed to Lauren Schuld at Baxter & Woodman, Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (815) 444-3306).