Details for PRJCT# ES 2015-17, CONTRACT 2



Published in the Tulsa World, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, October 16, 19, 20, 21, 22 & 23, 2020

NOTICE TO BIDDERSTO REVIEW 95% CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR TULSA METROPOLITAN UTILITY AUTHORITY PROJECT NO. ES 2015-17, CONTRACT 2 SOUTHSIDE WWTP PEAK FLOW OPTIMIZATION: THIRD RIVER CROSSING AND DIVERSION FACILITIES A NON-MANDATORY Plan Review Conference is scheduled for Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. and will be held through video conferencing with Microsoft Teams, invitation presented on the City of Tulsa's website at this link: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/government/departments/engineering-services/construction-bids/ ES 2015-17 C2 PLAN PREVIEW SOUTHSIDE WWTP PEAK FLOW OPTIMIZATION: THIRD RIVER CROSSING AND DIVERSION FACILITIES Attendance at the Plan Review Conference is NON-MANDATORY 95% construction plans will be available for review. Design staff will discuss the project scope, bid packages, and schedule. Copies of the 95% Drawings for construction of said public improvements of the said project may be obtained at the Office of the Director of Engineering Services at the City of Tulsa Engineering Services, 2317 South Jackson, Room 103, North Building, for a non-refundable fee in the amount of $50.00 made payable to the City of Tulsa by check or money order. Bids will be solicited under a separate notice in November 2020. Bids will be accepted by the City Clerk from the holders of valid pre-qualifications certificates from the City of Tulsa in one or more of the following classifications: A or D Contract requirements shall include compliance as required by law pertaining to the practice of non-discrimination in employment. Attention is called to Resolution No. 18145 of August 23, 1988, requiring bidders to commit to the goal of employing on the project at least fifty percent bona fide residents of the City of Tulsa and/or MSA in each employment classification. Attention is called to Resolution 7404 of November 8, 2006, requiring bidders, their subcontractors and their lower-tier subcontractors to hire only citizens of the United States. The Authority, acting on behalf of the City of Tulsa, is exempt from the payment of any sales or use taxes, and pursuant to Title 68 O.S. Section 1356(10), direct vendors to the Authority are also exempt from those taxes. A bidder may exclude from his bid appropriate sales taxes which he will not have to pay while acting for and on behalf of the Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority. See Contract Article IIB. A Certified or Cashier's Check or Bidder's Surety Bond, in the sum of 5% of the amount of the bid will be required from each bidder to be retained as liquidated damages in the event the successful bidder fails, neglects or refuses to enter into said contract for the construction of said public improvements for said project and furnish the necessary bonds within thirty days from and after the date the award is made. The bidder to whom a contract is awarded will be required to furnish public liability and workmen's compensation insurance; Performance, Statutory, and Maintenance bonds acceptable to the Authority, in conformity with the requirements of the proposed contract documents. The Performance, Statutory, and Maintenance bonds shall be for one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price. Dated at Tulsa, Oklahoma, this 16th day of October 2020. (SEAL) Richard Sevenoaks, Chairperson Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority

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