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RFSQ-CD-19-55 / ITB-CD-19-55 Details

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RFSQ-CD-19-55 / ITB-CD-19-55
Belle Terre Culvert Replacement
Issue Date : 5/15/2019
Qualifications Due Date : 5/31/2019 2:00 PM
Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting : 6/21/2019 12:00 PM
Pre-Bid Location : Indian Trails Conference Room - Palm Coast City Hall
Due Date : 7/18/2019 2:00 PM
Scope: The City of Palm Coast is requesting proposals from qualified vendors. The contractor shall furnish all labor, material, equipment tools, supervision, and any/all other items required for the completion of this project. The main objective of the project consist of the removal four (4) existing 48” CMPs and replacing them with four (4) 48” RCPs, construction of concrete endwalls for the proposed storm pipes, removal and replacement of Guardrails as needed, repaving as required due to the pipe removal, installation of pavement striping and markings as a part of the resurfacing work, and installation of all temporary Maintenance of Traffic and Soil Erosion Control measures. Incidental work could include protecting the pedestrian bridge throughout construction, coordinating with utility companies to ensure minimal loss of service (if any), replacing all existing signs that have either been damaged or removed as part of the construction activities, and managing and maintaining creek flows so as to not cause adverse impacts either upstream or downstream of the worksite. The City of Palm Coast shall not be responsible for any damage or delay caused by the contractor’s failure to adequately handle creek flows during construction. Any additional work not included on this description shall not be compensated for.

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