• CITY OF BELLEVUE

CITY OF BELLEVUE
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS


BID NO. 18006
DATE OF BID OPENING: 8, March, 2018
TIME: 10:00 am
Notice is hereby given that the sealed bids will be received by the City of Bellevue, Washington, for:


Lower Coal Creek
Flood Hazard Reduction Group 2
Cascade Key and
Newport Key Culvert Replacements
BID NUMBER: 18006


by filing with the Service First Desk / 1st Floor, 450 110th Avenue NE, until 10:00 am, the 8th day of March at which time such bids will be opened, publicly read and tabulated for submission to the City Council at a future council meeting.
Bids received later than 10:00 am, March, 8, 2018, will not be considered.
At that time, bids will be opened, publicly read, and tabulated for submission to the City Council at a future meeting.
Work contemplated to be performed under this contract is as follows:
Remove existing 10x6 concrete box culvert carrying Cascade Key and existing 13.4 CMP arch culvert carrying Newport Key over Coal Creek and other facilities to support construction replacement bridge
Install 24-foot span precast concrete slab bridge, on 3.5 foot diameter, about 75 foot deep drilled shaft foundations at Newport Key
Install 25 skew precast concrete slab bridge (24-foot perpendicular span), on 3.5 foot diameter, about 75 foot deep drilled shaft foundations at Cascade Key
Install metal traffic rail
Raise Newport Key and pave 135 feet of roadway and grind and overlay 50 feet of roadway (half width of road)
Pave 90 feet of roadway and grind and overlay 10 feet of roadway on Cascade Key
Replace existing rolled curb with traffic curb and gutter on both sides of Newport Key and Cascade Key
Replace existing sidewalk on east side of Cascade Key and both sides of Newport Key
Replace 170 feet of existing storm drain and creek outfall at Newport Key with new storm drain, storm siphon under creek and temporary creek outfall
Remove 65 feet of existing waterline at Cascade Key and 70 feet of existing waterline at Newport Key and replace with new
Remove 75 feet of existing sewer force main at Newport Key and replace with new
Relocate sanitary sewer manholes at Cascade Key and Newport Key
Regrade 140 feet of Coal Creek channel at Cascade Key and 75 feet of channel at Newport Key
Place habitat log clusters on banks of Coal Creek at Cascade Key and Newport Key
Place streambank material along Coal Creek channel under bridge
Revegetate riparian corridor in project area
Restore residential landscape in project area.
The Engineers Opinion of Probable Cost ranges from $2,250,000.00 to $2,950,000.00
BID BOND REQUIRED: Each bid shall be accompanied by a bid bond in the form of cash, certified check, cashiers check or surety bond in an amount equal to at least 5% of the amount of such bid. Checks shall be made payable to the City Treasurer. Should the successful bidder fail to enter into a contract and furnish a satisfactory performance and payment bond within the time stated in the specifications, the bid bond shall be forfeited to the City of Bellevue.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THIS PROJECT ARE AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT BUILDERS EXCHANGE AT WWW.BXWA.COM. The City utilizes Builders Exchange of Washington to post plans, specifications, addenda, plan holders lists and bid results for all public works projects. All documents pertaining to this project will be available at the Builders Exchange of Washington, Inc. website at http://www.bxwa.com or at the City of Bellevues website at http://www.bellevuewa.gov/bid-invitations.htm. Builders Exchange will manage the official plan holders list and notification to those on the list of any and all addenda related to this project. Addenda may not be available or updated on any other website other than through the official plan holders list.
SUPPLEMENTAL RESPONSIBLE BIDDER CRITERIA
Supplemental Responsible Bidder Criteria will apply to this project, and are included in the Special Contract Information section, Item 17. In a timely manner, Bidders may request, in writing, that the City modify the supplemental criteria. The City reserves the right to modify or not modify the supplemental criteria in its discretion. The City shall issue an Addendum, prior to the Bid Due Date, should it modify the supplemental criteria. The City shall not modify the supplemental criteria after the Bid Due Date, therefore, Bidders are encouraged to discuss with the project manager immediately and before the Bid Due Date the relevancy of the supplemental bidder criteria.
Any bidder determined to be not responsible based on these supplemental criteria may appeal the Citys determination by providing additional information to the City within two 2 business days following receipt of the Citys written determination that the bidder was determined not responsible.
The City of Bellevue reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive irregularities and informalities in the bidding process. No bidder may withdraw their bid for a period of sixty (60) days after the date and time set for the opening thereof.
The successful bidder must comply with the City of Bellevue equal opportunity requirements. The City of Bellevue is committed to a program of equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, national origin, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation (including gender identity), or the presence of any sensory, physical, or mental disability.
The City of Bellevues is also committed to complying with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, that provides No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
Hard copy plans and specifications are available upon payment of a fee of THIRTY Dollars ($30) per set at City Hall, located at 450 - 110th Ave NE, Bellevue at the Service First Desk. This fee is non-refundable. Contract plans and contract specifications will not be mailed.
Published:
Daily Journal of Commerce 2/15/18 and 2/22/18
Seattle Times 2/15/18 and 2/22/18:
PostedFebruary 15, 2018