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E18-124 Barge Terminal & Access Improvements Re-Bid

Burnsville, MS (T-NR-E)


Accepting Bids

Bid Date2/25/20 10:00 am

Company & Contacts

Dean McRae Engineering, Inc.

Kirby McRae   662-423-9104


Sealed bids for BARGE TERMINAL & ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS will be received by the Tishomingo County Board of Supervisors until 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 and then publicly opened and read aloud for furnishing all labor, materials and equipment and performing all work necessary to complete the Project.

Contract documents, including drawings and specifications, may be examined at the office of Dean McRae Engineering, Inc., located at 308 Grisham Street, Iuka, Mississippi. Bid documents are being made available via original paper copy or electronically. Planholders are required to login or register for an account at www.deanmcraeplans.com to view and order bid documents. All planholders are required to have a valid email address for registration. Bid documents are non-refundable and must be purchased through the website. For questions regarding website registration and online orders please contact Plan House Printing at (662)407-0193.

The overall scope of work consists of grading and paving of the existing access road to the barge terminal, potable water line installation, operations site development, security gates, and other miscellaneous items. Specific work items include approximately 470 cubic yards of topsoil removal, 3,469 cubic yards of owner furnished excavation, 204 cubic yards of common excavation, 650 tons of crushed limestone, 118 cubic yards of granular material (Cl 5 Grp C), 1785 linear feet of 6” Class 200 PVC water line, two fire hydrants, 6,180 linear feet of 2 ½” Schedule 40 PVC conduit, one 32 foot double gate, one 32 foot cantilever slide double gate, 611 tons of 19 mm hot mix asphalt, 339 tons of 9.5 mm hot mix asphalt, and other miscellaneous items. The above items are intended to show the general nature of the work and are not to be considered all-inclusive. Actual bid items and quantities shall be as defined in the contract bid proposal. This description is intended to show the general nature of the work; actual work items shall be as defined in the contract documents.

Each bid submitted must be marked on the outside “BARGE TERMINAL & ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS.” Any bid more than $50,000 must contain on the outside of the envelope the contractor’s current certificate of responsibility number, and no bid shall be opened or considered unless this number appears on the outside of the envelope or unless a statement is included on the outside of the envelope indicating that the bid enclosed does not exceed $50,000.

A satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and an accepted Surety, a certified check, or bank draft payable to the Tishomingo County Board of Supervisors shall be submitted with each bid in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total bid.

In the letting of public contracts, preference shall be given to resident contractors, and a nonresident bidder domiciled in a state having laws granting preference to local contractors shall be awarded Mississippi public contracts only on the same basis as the nonresident bidder’s state awards contracts to Mississippi contractors bidding under similar circumstances; and resident contractors actually domiciled in Mississippi, be they corporate, individuals, or partnerships, are to be granted preference over nonresidents in awarding of contracts in the same manner and to the same extent as provided by the laws of the state of domicile of the nonresident. When a nonresident contractor submits a bid for a public project, he shall attach thereto a copy of his resident state’s current law pertaining to such state’s treatment of nonresident contractors. Any bid submitted by a nonresident contractor which does not include the nonresident contractor’s current state law shall be rejected and not considered for award.
This project is being funded in part by a DIP grant and is subject to the rules and regulations thereof. Minority and women’s business enterprises are solicited to bid on this contract as prime contractors and are
encouraged to make inquiries regarding potential subcontracting opportunities, equipment, material and or supply needs.

Tishomingo County is an equal opportunity employer. The County hereby notifies all Bidders that it will affirmatively insure that any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement will be afforded the full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age disability, sexual preference, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status in consideration for an award.

The right is reserved, as the Tishomingo County Board of Supervisors may require, to reject any, or all, bids and to waive any informality in the bids received.

Bids may be held up to 60 days from the date of opening for review of bids and qualifications of bidders prior to Contract award.

Michael Busby, President

Tishomingo County Board of Supervisors

Publish: 23rd & 30th January 2020