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Due DateBid ItemDepartment
3/15/2018Lawn Mowing Services/Snow Removal ServicesEngineering Division Details
3/15/2018Refuse ContractEngineering Division Details
3/15/20182018 Fertilizer BidParks and Forestry Division Details
3/22/2018Palmer Park FencingParks and Recreation Department Details
3/28/201816th Street Sanitary Pump StationEngineering Division Details
4/11/2018Water Filtration Plan Boiler ReplacementEngineering Division Details
4/24/2018RFP WFP Maintenance GarageEngineering Division Details
4/24/2018RFP Mausoleum Roof RepairEngineering Division Details
4/24/2018Pavement StripingStreets Division Details
4/24/2018Pavement MarkingsStreets Division Details
5/17/20182017-2018 Sewer Lining ProjectEngineering Division Details
 

Due Date: 3/15/2018

The City of Port Huron is requesting sealed proposals to provide annual Lawn Mowing Services/Snow Removal at various City owned lots. The award will be for a one (1) year term contract that will include a provision for the City, at its discretion, to extend the contract for an additional one (1) year term for a total contract period to not exceed two (2) years based on an annual performance review. The award may be split, at the City’s discretion, between two (2) or more contractors to better service specific locations or services.

Documents are available at the City of Port Huron Engineering Department, 3rd Floor, 100 McMorran Blvd., Port Huron, MI 48060.

Questions regarding bid specifications shall be directed to David Smith, Engineering Manager, 810-984-9730.


Due Date: 3/15/2018


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SERVICES

PROJECT NO. A18-0010

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Port Huron, Michigan, in the office of the Finance Director, Room 217, the Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 15, 2018, and immediately thereafter the bids will be publicly opened and read in the Third Floor Conference Room 317 of the aforesaid Municipal Office Center.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Furnish all labor, material and equipment to provide solid waste collection services for a term of five (5) years in accordance with City of Port Huron specifications. 

Bid documents including the instructions to bidders, contract documents, contract specifications and program guidelines shall be obtained from the office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron, Room 316, Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, 48060 beginning on Monday, February 19, 2018 for a printing fee of $25.  Shipping is an additional $10 per set.  There will be no refunds or returns of bidding documents.  The purchaser must supply the telephone number and street address and email address of the individual or firm to whom addendum (if any) can be directed.  All Bidders must attend the mandatory pre-bid conference on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. located at the Municipal Office Center, room 408, City Manager’s conference room.
 
A certified check payable to the City of Port Huron, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and a surety company, in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the amount of the total first year of Option 1, 2 or 3 contract price as based on quantities appearing on the bid, shall be submitted with each bid.  No bid may be withdrawn for at least ninety (90) days after the scheduled closing time for receiving bids.  All bids must be submitted on proposal forms provided by the City of Port Huron for that purpose.

The City of Port Huron reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or irregularities in the bid, and to accept any bid which is deemed most advantageous to the said City's interests.  The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory performance bond and insurance certificates.

All bidders are required to qualify according to the bidder qualification regulations for contractors bidding  City of Port Huron contracts as set forth in the instruction to bidders.  Contractor must comply with the City of Port Huron Uniform City Income Tax Ordinance.  For questions regarding this project, please contact Lennie M. Naeyaert, City Engineer or David Smith, Engineering Manager at (810) 984-9730 or smithd@porthuron.org.

City of Port Huron, Michigan

Lennie M. Naeyaert, P.E.
City Engineer

PUBLISHED:  Michigan Technology Network (MITN)
                         City of Port Huron website (www.porthuron.org)

 

Due Date: 3/15/2018

The City of Port Huron is requesting sealed bids to provide Fertilizing and Weed Control services at various City owned properties.

 The award will be for a one (1) year term contract that will include a provision for the City, at its discretion, to extend the contract for an additional one (1) year term for a total contract period to not exceed two (2) years based on an annual performance review.

Documents are available at the City of Port Huron Engineering Department, 3rd Floor, 100 McMorran Blvd., Port Huron, MI 48060.

Questions regarding bid specifications shall be directed to Ben Pionk, Parks and Forestry Division, 810-984-9709.

Sealed Bids must be submitted by: March 15, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.

See attached bid specifications.


Due Date: 3/22/2018

The City of Port Huron is requesting sealed bids to provide and install the fence surrounding the Little Sprouts Nature Park and Tike Trail at Palmer Park in accordance with the attached definition.

Questions regarding bid specifications should be directed to Ben Pionk, Parks and Forestry Division, 810-984-9709.

Sealed Bids are due at 100 McMorran Blvd by 3:00 p.m., March 22, 2018.



Due Date: 3/28/2018

City of PortHuron Department of Public Works

16thStreet Sanitary Pump Station

AutomaticTransfer Switch Replacement and Conduit Repair Project

Project No.P18-0100

 

This project is for the replacement of an existing,defective, 480 volt, 3 phase, 4 wire, 400 amp ASCO Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)located at the 16th Street Sanitary Pump Station located at 3019 16thStreet, Port Huron, Michigan, 48060.

Documents and specifications are available on MITN (Michigan Inter-governmental Trade Network.

Bid Tab: scan1868.pdf


Due Date: 4/11/2018

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
WATER FILTRATION PLANT BOILER REPLACEMENT

PROJECT NO. P18-0090

Sealed bids will be received by the City of Port Huron, Michigan, in the office of the Finance Director, Room 217, the Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, until 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, and immediately thereafter the bids will be publicly opened and read in the Third-Floor Conference Room 317 of the aforesaid Municipal Office Center.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Furnish all labor, material and equipment to remove three (3) boilers, five (5) system pumps, expansion tanks, and associated piping.  Install two (2) new high efficiency boilers, boiler pumps, system pumps, expansion tank, air separator, shot feeder, and boiler vents and re-pipe system as a primary/secondary piping system.  

Bidding documents including drawings, manual contract documents, instruction to bidder’s form, agreement and specifications may be examined and shall be obtained from the office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron, Room 316, Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, 48060 beginning on March 7, 2018, and may be purchased for a non-refundable printing fee of $25.00 per set.  Shipping is an additional $15.00 per set.  There will be no refunds or returns of bid documents.  The purchaser must supply the telephone number and street address of the individual or firm to whom addendum (if any) can be directed. All Bidders shall obtain a complete set of bid documents from the Office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron and appear on the City’s Planholder List for the project.

A MANDATORY pre-bid meeting will take place on March 20, 2018, at 10:00 a.m., at the Water Filtration Plant, 1200 Pine Grove, Port Huron, MI 48060. Bidders must have a representative present at the pre-bid meeting for the bid submission to be considered valid.
 
A certified check payable to the City of Port Huron, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and a surety company, in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid, shall be submitted with each bid.  No bid may be withdrawn for at least ninety (90) days after the scheduled closing time for receiving bids.  All bids must be submitted on proposal forms provided by the City of Port Huron for that purpose.

The City of Port Huron reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or irregularities in the bid, and to accept any bid which is deemed most advantageous to the said City's interests.  The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory performance, labor and materials bonds, maintenance and guarantee bonds, and insurance certificates.

All bidders are required to qualify according to the bidder qualification regulations for contractors bidding on City of Port Huron contracts as set forth in the instruction to bidders.  Contractor must comply with the City of Port Huron Uniform City Income Tax Ordinance.  For questions regarding this project, please contact Norm Hurren, WFP Superintendent at (810) 984-9780.

Bid Tab: scan1834.pdf


Due Date: 4/24/2018

CITY OF PORT HURON

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

WATER FILTRATION PLANT MAINTENANCE GARAGE

 

PURPOSE

The City of Port Huron is requesting proposals for a Contractor to build a Maintenance Garage at the City of Port Huron’s Water Filtration Plant at 1200 Pine Grove Avenue, Port Huron, MI  48060.

BACKGROUND

The Contractor shall meet all the milestones in Appendix A.  These dates may change depending on needs.  Included for reference purposes is Appendix B, which has the location of the Maintenance Garage.

 

SCOPE OF WORK

The Contractor is to construct a 30’ X 40’ Maintenance Garage that will aesthetically blend into the surrounding area, ie, color, materials, etc.  The City of Port Huron will stake the location of the Garage.  The city of Port Huron will determine the final colors of the garage.  The roof shall be a 4/12 pitch.  The ridge line shall be perpendicular to Michigan Street.  There shall be 2 garage doors of commercial grade and shall be facing Michigan Street, equally spread and shall be 10’ wide and10’ high.  The height of the garage shall be a minimum of 12’ tall.  On the south side a smaller 8’ X 8” commercial grade door shall be installed.  On the north side of the building a 36” steel entrance door with a 1’ X 1’ window shall be installed.   There will be no electricity installed in the building.  There is no electricity in the area to use, therefore generators will need to be used.  There is no restroom facilities at the area therefore port-a-potties must be used.  The concrete floor shall be a minimum of 6 inches thick with ½” rebar tied spacing every 2 foot grid on center.  The concrete shall come from a certified batch plant and meet a minimum strength of 3,000 psi.  The lawn restoration shall be done by the Contractor, therefore the smaller area disturbed the better.  The existing topsoil can be re-used, if there is excess, the Contractor shall haul it away.  The slope away from the building shall be a 1on 6.  The inside walls and ceiling shall be sheeted and insulated.  Please describe what materials are to be used.  The elevation of the building is to be at least 4 inches higher that the curb on Michigan.  All materials, type of building, type of roof, length of construction, when you can start, how long the construction will take, type of footings, lawn restoration method, etc. shall be explained in the RFP.  A final picture should be included.    There are irrigation lines in the area.  When they are encountered the Contractor shall cap the lines and stake where they are at outside the building line and they will be repaired by the City.  Soil erosion and building permits will be required.

The concrete driveway may or may not be completed with this contract.  Please give a separate price for the concrete driveway and curb cut on Michigan.  If we do award the concrete and curb cut on this contract, the driveway shall be 6 inches thick, 3,500 psi concrete from a certified plant, ½” rebar tied on a 2 foot grid.  The lawn restoration around the driveway would also be included in this price.  The driveway will be 1,000 sft.  The curb cut will be 25 lineal feet.

 

EVALUATION PROCESS

·         DOLLAR AMOUNT

·         TYPE OF BUILDING

·         QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTOR

·         START DATE

·         TIME AND EFFORT TO CONSTRUCT THE GARAGE

·         INSSURACNE POLICIES

PROPOSAL PREPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

Please provide, at a minimum, the following information in your proposal.

1.       A detailed written description of the proposed methods to complete the scope of the work as described in this request for the proposal.

2.       A list of persons proposed for the work and past experience on similar projects.

3.       Information on your company and its experience.

4.       Price of the garage, with all appurtances described.

5.       Type of garage with picture, with a description of the structure.

6.       Separate price for the driveway.

7.       What type of insurances you have.

OTHER INFORMATION

1.        Addenda to this RFP, in the event it is necessary to revise any part of the RFP, addenda will be provided all persons who receive the RFP.

2.       Incurring cost, the City of Port Huron is not liable for any costs incurred prior to issuance a notice to proceed on this contractor.

3.       Acceptance of the Proposal, the contents of the proposal of the successful Contractor may become an obligation of a contract.  The proposal will be incorporated by references in any resulting contract to extent accepted by the City.

4.       Freed of information act, respondents to the RFP and contents therein may be eligible for review under the freed on information act.

5.       Contract compliance, the selected contractor shall comply with all relevant requirements for the city of Port Huron’s equal opportunity employment or other regulations and ordinances.

6.       All building and soil erosion permits will be paid for by the Contractor.

CONTACT INFORMATION

David W. Smith                                                 phone:  (810) 984-9730

100McMorran Blvd                                          fax:        (81) 984-2463

Port Huron, MI  48060                                    e-mail:  smithd@porthuron.org

 

 

 

 

DEADLINE AND SUBMISSION OF PROPSAL

Submitted sealed proposal by April 24, 2018 at 3: p.m. to Bobbie Seppo, City Controller,  Room 217, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, MI  48060.  Please provide 1 original and 3 copies of the proposal marked - Water Filtration Plant Maintenance Garage.

 

APPENDIX A

 

TENTATIVE MILESTONE SCHEDULE

 

WATER FILTRACTION MAINTENANCE GARAGE

 

 

MILESTONE                                                                                                                                                        DATE

 

Proposal advertised                                                                                                                                        3/23/2018

 

Proposals due                                                                                                                                                   4/24/2018

 

Proposals to City Council                                                                                                                               5/14/2018

 

Start Work (earliest)                                                                                                                                       6/4/2018

 

Project Completed                                                                                                                                          10/26/2018

 

 


Due Date: 4/24/2018

CITY OF PORT HURON

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

MAUSOLEUM ROOF REPAIR

G18-0010

 

PURPOSE

The City of Port Huron is requesting proposals for a contractor to repair the roof at the City of Port Huron’s Mausoleum Roof located at 3663 10th Avenue, Port Huron, MI 48060.  This is north of Holland and East of 10th Avenue located in the cemetery. 

BACKGROUND

The contractor shall meet all the milestones in Appendix A.  These dates may change depending on needs.  Included for reference purposes is Appendix B, which has the location of the Mausoleum Roof.   Included in this proposal are drawings 1 – 6 showing dimensions and elevations.

 

SCOPE OF WORK

The Mausoleum roof is leaking in at least three locations.  The two ends and in the middle.  This proposal is to describe what you propose to fix the leaks at the Mausoleum.  The proposal shall include all furnishings of labor, material, equipment and all else necessary for the Mausoleum roof to be repaired.  The building was constructed in 1907.  The building exterior and top edge coping is made with Indiana Limestone, mortar and caulk to seal the edges.  The edge coping is a unique setup with the Indiana limestone being stepped.  The roof is made up of two components, one a flat roof, with has a rubber membrane roof with stone over it.  There is a sloped roof with a glued down membrane.  The building is leaking near the sloped roof in the middle and on both ends.  During the work the building will be kept in a watertight position.

There is no electricity in the area to use, therefore generators will need to be used.  There is no restroom facilities at the area therefore port-a-potties must be used.

 Please describe what materials are to be used.  All materials, type of roofing material, flashing, caulking, glue, etc. length of construction, when you can start, how long the construction will take, etc. shall be explained in the RFP. 

EVALUATION PROCESS

·         DOLLAR AMOUNT

·         TYPE OF ROOFING

·         QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTOR

·         START DATE

·         TIME AND EFFORT TO CONSTRUCT THE GARAGE

·         INSURANCE POLICIES

PROPOSAL PREPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

Please provide, at a minimum, the following information in your proposal.

1.      A detailed written description of the proposed methods to complete the scope of the work as described in this request for the proposal.

2.      A list of persons proposed for the work and past experience on similar projects.

3.      Information on your company and its experience.

4.      Price of the roof, with all appurtances described.

5.      Separate price for the driveway.

6.      What type of insurances you have.

OTHER INFORMATION

1.       Addenda to this RFP, in the event it is necessary to revise any part of the RFP, addenda will be provided all persons who receive the RFP.

2.      Incurring cost, the City of Port Huron is not liable for any costs incurred prior to issuance a notice to proceed on this contractor.

3.      Acceptance of the proposal, the contents of the proposal of the successful contractor may become an obligation of a contract.  The proposal will be incorporated by references in any resulting contract to extent accepted by the City.

4.      Freedom of information act, respondents to the RFP and contents therein may be eligible for review under the freedom of information act.

5.      Contract compliance, the selected contractor shall comply with all relevant requirements for the city of Port Huron’s equal opportunity employment or other regulations and ordinances.

6.      All permits will be paid for by the contractor.

CONTACT INFORMATION

David W. Smith                                              phone:  (810) 984-9730

100 McMorran Blvd                           fax:      (81) 984-2463

Port Huron, MI  48060                                   e-mail:  smithd@porthuron.org

 

DEADLINE AND SUBMISSION OF PROPSAL

Submitted sealed proposal by April 24, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. to Bobbie Seppo, City Controller, Room 217, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, MI  48060.  Please provide 1 original and 3 copies of the proposal marked – MAUSOLEM ROOF REPAIR.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX A

 

TENTATIVE MILESTONE SCHEDULE

 

MAUSOLEUM ROOF REPAIR

 

PROJECT NUMBER G18-0010

 

 

MILESTONE                                                                                                            DATE

 

Proposal advertised                                                                                                     3/23/2018

 

Proposals due                                                                                                              4/24/2018

 

Proposals to City Council                                                                                           5/14/2018

 

Start work                                                                                                                   6/4/2018*

 

Project completed                                                                                                       10/26/2018

 

 

*Or date agreed upon with the City at the pre-construction meeting.

 


Due Date: 4/24/2018

PAVEMENT STRIPING
GENERAL CONDITIONS

All information requested of the vendor shall be entered in the appropriate space on the form.  Failure to do so may disqualify your offer.  All information shall be entered in ink or typewritten.  Mistakes may be crossed out and corrections inserted before submission of your proposal.  Corrections shall be initialed in ink by the person signing the proposal.  Corrections and/or modifications received after the closing time specified will not be accepted.  Time of delivery shall be stated as the number of calendar days following receipt of the order by the vendor to receipt of the goods or services by the City.  Time of delivery may be a consideration in the award.

Prices shall be stated in units of quantity specified in the proposal document.  In case of a discrepancy in computing the amount of the proposal, the unit price shall govern.  All quantities stated, unless indicated otherwise, are estimates and the City reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantity at the unit price proposal as best fits its needs.

All prices will be proposal F.O.B. Destination and remain in effect for at least 90 days to allow for approval by City Council.  The successful vendor's prices will remain firm through the length of the contract as designated within these proposal specifications.  Proposals shall include all charges for delivery, packing, crating, etc. unless otherwise stated in the proposal document.  Prices will be considered net 30 if no cash discount is shown.  All proposals shall be signed by an authorized officer or employee of the vendor.  Proposals must be submitted by the date and at or prior to the time specified to be considered.  No late proposals, telegraphic, faxed proposals or telephone proposals will be accepted.  Submit proposals in a sealed envelope, stating item being proposed, closing date and time on outside of envelope.  Please submit two (2) copies of your proposal.  Proposals may be withdrawn in person by a vendor, or authorized representative, provided their identity is made known and a receipt is signed for the proposal, but only if the withdrawal is made prior to the stated proposal deadline.

Municipalities are exempt from Michigan State Sales and Federal Excise taxes.  Do not include such taxes in your price.  The City will furnish the successful contractor with tax exemption certificates when requested.  The following exception shall apply to installation projects.  If sales tax is charged to the successful contractor for materials to be installed during the project, that cost shall be included in the proposal cost and not charged as a separate item.  The City is not tax exempt in this case and cannot issue an exemption certificate.  The City's normal payment terms are 30 days in connection with any cash discounts specified on this proposal.  Time will be computed from the date of complete delivery of supplies or equipment as specified, or from the date correct invoices are received in the City's Finance Department, if the latter date is later than the date of delivery.

The City reserves the right: (1) To award proposals received on the basis of individual items, or groups of items, or on the entire list of items, (2) To reject any or all proposals, or any part thereof, (3) To waive any irregularity in the proposals, (4) To accept the proposal that is in the best interest of the City.  Proposal prices submitted by the successful vendor should remain firm for the length of the contract from date of award by City Council.  ALL PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS FOR MATERIALS AS REQUIRED BY M.I.O.S.H.A.

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Please read these instructions carefully.  Your proposal may be disqualified if it is not submitted as detailed below.  Your proposal must be submitted in a sealed envelope (NO fax submissions will be accepted) or other form of sealed packaging and labeled with the following information:

Vendor Name
2018 Pavement Striping
Date Due:  April 24, 2018 3:00 p.m.

If the proposal is to be express mailed, "Proposal Documents Enclosed" must be conspicuously marked on the package.  All proposals, regardless of method used for delivery, are to be delivered to the following address:

City of Port Huron
Finance Department
Attn: Roberta J. Seppo
100 McMorran Blvd
Port Huron, MI 48060

Please keep in mind that due to current events, if your envelope/package is not labeled as directed, it will not be opened and will be disposed of, following the City's mail safety regulations.  All proposals must be delivered to the Finance Department Room 217 before the due date and time so they can be stamped received and filed appropriately.  Proposals are considered received when delivered to the City of Port Huron Finance Department.  If your proposal is not received before the due date and time, it will be disqualified and will not be opened or considered.  If you would like to submit a statement of "no proposal," please submit it in the same format as you would submit a proposal.

The City of Port Huron officially distributes proposal documents from the Purchasing Department or through the Michigan Inter-Governmental Trade Network (MITN).  Copies of proposal documents obtained from any other source are not considered official copies.  Proposals or notification of proposals issued by members of MITN are to be posted, in whole or in part, ONLY on the MITN system.  Any other use is prohibited.  Only those vendors who obtain proposal documents from either the Office of Purchasing or the MITN system are guaranteed access to receive addendum information, if such information is issued.  The City of Port Huron cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information not obtained from the MITN website and is not responsible for any errors contained by information received from alternate sources.  If you received this document from a source other than the sources indicated, please notify us.  It is recommended that all vendors register on the MITN website at www.mitn.info to obtain an official copy.

Description

The City of Port Huron is seeking sealed proposals for the annual pavement marking services.  This work covers the furnishing and application of waterborne pavement markings as per Section 920 of the 2003 MDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction and the Michigan Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices the proposal and/or the plans.  All work must be completed between July 1 and September 1, 2018.  All questions regarding this RFP shall be directed to Dennis Brennan, Foreman III 810-984-9739.

Materials

All pavement markings shall be yellow or white, waterborne with standard glass beads with a moisture resistant coating that will be applied to bituminous and concrete pavements.  All materials shall meet the specifications of Section 920 of the 2003 MDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction. Requirements for testing are not waived and the materials will be accepted for quality on the basis of a written certification from the supplier or contractor that the materials meet specification requirements.  The right is reserved to make check tests of materials and pattern widths as may be deemed necessary to ensure compliance with specifications.

Equipment

The pavement marking equipment shall be truck mounted and have sufficient paint and bead capacity to enable sustained pavement marking operations and shall be equipped so as to assure uniform application of paint and beads.

The paint truck shall be equipped with electronic measuring devices to measure the actual number of lineal footage applied, both yellow and white.  Each paint gun shall have a separate measuring device.  The contractor shall use an accurate dashing mechanism capable of being easily adjusted and to retrace existing lane or centerline markings.  The pavement marking machine shall be equipped with a method of measuring the flow rate of material being applied.
The equipment shall be that necessary to accomplish the marking in a safe and efficient manner.  All vehicles used in the marking operation in traffic shall be equipped with rotating of oscillating flashers which are visible from both the front and rear of the vehicle and an illuminated target arrow, capable of being visible from either the front or rear of the vehicle.

Application Method

General - Markings shall be applied according to Section 811 of the 2003 MDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction.

Surface Preparation - Prior to the application of the pavement markings it is the contractor’s responsibility to notify the City if any additional pavement cleaning is needed. The Streets Division will adequately clean the pavement before painting.

Loading Paint Machine - The paint and beads shall be loaded on the machine in a manner that will not interfere nor delay traffic.

Tolerances – Unless otherwise directed, existing line markings should be retraced with lines of equal length, allowing for a longitudinal tolerance of one (1) foot and a transverse tolerance of two (2) inches.  The width of the line applied shall be the width specified plus or minus one-quarter inch.  Applied markings shall be sharp, well defined, provide uniform retroflectivity, be free of uneven edges, overspray or other readily visible defects which distract from the appearance or function of the pavement markings.

Markings that are improperly located shall be corrected. Improperly located markings shall be removed at the contractor’s expense, in a manner acceptable to the City and reapplied in the correct locations at the contractor’s expense.

Weather and Seasonal Limitations – Markings shall not be applied when the surface to be painted is damp.  No markings shall be applied when the surface temperature is less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit.  The contractor shall make the decision to apply markings on any specific day.

Placement and Protection of Pavement Markings – If markings are applied when the roadway is open to traffic, the following requirements shall apply.

Traffic shall be allowed to keep moving at all times and the striping equipment shall be operated in a manner that will not make it necessary for traffic to cross the uncured markings.  On a two lane two-way roadway the contractor will not be allowed to apply the centerline and the edge line in one pass.

The protection of the wet paint shall be the responsibility of the contractor.  The contractor shall furnish a pavement marking convoy consisting of vehicles properly spaced and equipped in order to provide adequate traffic control and protection for the uncured markings.  Markings obliterated by traffic shall be retraced at the contractor’s expense.

Measurement and Payment – Quantities stated are estimates.  Measurement and payment for the application of the pavement markings is based on the number of lineal feet of 4 inch or 5 inch wide line actually applied.  The gaps in broken lines are not included in the measurement.  The contractor shall cooperate with the City in providing these measurements whenever requested.  Upon completion of project the contractor shall submit an invoice to the City with the actual lineal feet applied.  Payments are subject to City Council approval based upon unit prices submitted with this RFP.
 
INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

The contractor shall not commence work under this contract until he has obtained the insurance required within this contract.  All insurance coverage shall be with issuance carriers acceptable to the City of Port Huron.  If any insurance is written with a deductible or self-insured retention, the contractor shall be solely responsible for said deductible or self-insured retention.  The purchase of insurance and the furnishing of a certificate of insurance shall not be a satisfaction of the contractor's indemnification of the City of Port Huron.  The contractor is responsible to meet all MIOSHA requirements for on-the-job safety. The contractor and his subcontractor shall procure and maintain during the life of this contract the following coverage:

1. Workers' Compensation Insurance in accordance with all applicable statutes of the
2. State of Michigan - Coverage shall include Employers Liability Coverage.
3. Commercial General Liability Insurance on an "Occurrence" basis with limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and/or aggregate combined single limit, Personal Injury, Bodily Injury and Property Damage.

Coverage shall include the following extensions:

1. Contractual liability
2. Products and completed operations
3. Additional Insured - Commercial General Liability Insurance as described above shall include an endorsement stating the following shall be an additional insured: "The City of Port Huron, including all elected and appointed officials and employees and all other individuals working on behalf of the city."
4. Cancellation Notice - Workers Compensation Insurance and Commercial General Liability Insurance as described above shall include an endorsement stating that thirty (30) days advance written notice of cancellation, non-renewal, reduction and/or material change shall be sent to:
City of Port Huron
Finance Department
100 McMorran Blvd
                                                 Port Huron, MI 48060


PROOF OF INSURANCE

Before starting the work, the contractor shall supply the following:

1. Three (3) copies of Certification of Insurance of contractor's Workers' Compensation Insurance.
2. Three (3) copies of Certification of Insurance of contractor's Commercial General Liability Insurance.
3. When requested by the City, one (1) complete copy of any policy of insurance required or supplied under this contract.
4. All insurance papers should be provided at time of award of proposal.
Send notices to: City of Sterling Heights 40555 Utica Rd., P.O. Box 8009, Sterling Heights, MI 48311-8009

REFERENCES

List at least three references during the past three years with whom you have had similar contracts.  Please provide the Company Name, Contact Name and Telephone Number for all references.  These references must be included with your proposal.


Due Date: 4/24/2018

PAVEMENT MARKINGS
GENERAL CONDITIONS

All information requested of the vendor shall be entered in the appropriate space on the form.  Failure to do so may disqualify your offer.  All information shall be entered in ink or typewritten.  Mistakes may be crossed out and corrections inserted before submission of your proposal.  Corrections shall be initialed in ink by the person signing the proposal.  Corrections and/or modifications received after the closing time specified will not be accepted.  Time of delivery shall be stated as the number of calendar days following receipt of the order by the vendor to receipt of the goods or services by the City.  Time of delivery may be a consideration in the award.

Prices shall be stated in units of quantity specified in the proposal document.  In case of a discrepancy in computing the amount of the proposal, the unit price shall govern.  All quantities stated, unless indicated otherwise, are estimates and the City reserves the right to increase or decrease the quantity at the unit price proposal as best fits its needs.

All prices will be proposal F.O.B. Destination and remain in effect for at least 90 days to allow for approval by City Council.  The successful vendor's prices will remain firm through the length of the contract as designated within these proposal specifications.  Proposals shall include all charges for delivery, packing, crating, etc. unless otherwise stated in the proposal document.  Prices will be considered net 30 if no cash discount is shown.  All proposals shall be signed by an authorized officer or employee of the vendor.  Proposals must be submitted by the date and at or prior to the time specified to be considered.  No late proposals, telegraphic, faxed proposals or telephone proposals will be accepted.  Submit proposals in a sealed envelope, stating item being proposed, closing date and time on outside of envelope.  Please submit two (2) copies of your proposal.  Proposals may be withdrawn in person by a vendor, or authorized representative, provided their identity is made known and a receipt is signed for the proposal, but only if the withdrawal is made prior to the stated proposal deadline.

Municipalities are exempt from Michigan State Sales and Federal Excise taxes.  Do not include such taxes in your price.  The City will furnish the successful contractor with tax exemption certificates when requested.  The following exception shall apply to installation projects.  If sales tax is charged to the successful contractor for materials to be installed during the project, that cost shall be included in the proposal cost and not charged as a separate item.  The City is not tax exempt in this case and cannot issue an exemption certificate.  The City's normal payment terms are 30 days in connection with any cash discounts specified on this proposal.  Time will be computed from the date of complete delivery of supplies or equipment as specified, or from the date correct invoices are received in the City's Finance Department, if the latter date is later than the date of delivery.
The City reserves the right: (1) To award proposals received on the basis of individual items, or groups of items, or on the entire list of items, (2) To reject any or all proposals, or any part thereof, (3) To waive any irregularity in the proposals, (4) To accept the proposal that is in the best interest of the City.  Proposal prices submitted by the successful vendor should remain firm for the length of the contract from date of award by City Council.  ALL PROPOSALS MUST INCLUDE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS FOR MATERIALS AS REQUIRED BY M.I.O.S.H.A.

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Please read these instructions carefully.  Your proposal may be disqualified if it is not submitted as detailed below.  Your proposal must be submitted in a sealed envelope (NO fax submissions will be accepted) or other form of sealed packaging and labeled with the following information:

Vendor Name
2018 Pavement Marking
Date Due:  April 24, 2018 3:00 p.m.

If the proposal is to be express mailed, "Proposal Documents Enclosed" must be conspicuously marked on the package.  All proposals, regardless of method used for delivery, are to be delivered to the following address:

City of Port Huron
Finance Department
Attn: Roberta J. Seppo
100 McMorran Blvd
Port Huron, MI 48060

Please keep in mind that due to current events, if your envelope/package is not labeled as directed, it will not be opened and will be disposed of, following the City's mail safety regulations.  All proposals must be delivered to the Finance Department Room 217 before the due date and time so they can be stamped received and filed appropriately.  Proposals are considered received when delivered to the City of Port Huron Finance Department.  If your proposal is not received before the due date and time, it will be disqualified and will not be opened or considered.  If you would like to submit a statement of "no proposal," please submit it in the same format as you would submit a proposal.

The City of Port Huron officially distributes proposal documents from the Purchasing Department or through the Michigan Inter-Governmental Trade Network (MITN).  Copies of proposal documents obtained from any other source are not considered official copies.  Proposals or notification of proposals issued by members of MITN are to be posted, in whole or in part, ONLY on the MITN system.  Any other use is prohibited.  Only those vendors who obtain proposal documents from either the Office of Purchasing or the MITN system are guaranteed access to receive addendum information, if such information is issued.  The City of Port Huron cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information not obtained from the MITN website and is not responsible for any errors contained by information received from alternate sources.  If you received this document from a source other than the sources indicated, please notify us.  It is recommended that all vendors register on the MITN website at www.mitn.info to obtain an official copy.

Description

The City of Port Huron is seeking sealed proposals for the annual pavement marking services. This work covers the furnishing and application of waterborne pavement markings as per Section 920 of the 2003 MDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (attached) and the Michigan Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices the proposal and/or the plans. All work must be completed between July 1 and September 1, 2018. All questions regarding this RFP shall be directed to Dennis Brennan, Foreman III 810-984-9739.

Materials

All pavement markings shall be yellow or white, waterborne with standard glass beads with a moisture resistant coating that will be applied to bituminous and concrete pavements. All materials shall meet the specifications of Section 920 of the 2003 MDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction. Requirements for testing are not waived and the materials will be accepted for quality on the basis of a written certification from the supplier or contractor that the materials meet specification requirements. The right is reserved to make check tests of materials and pattern widths as may be deemed necessary to ensure compliance with specifications.

Equipment

The pavement marking equipment shall be equipped so as to assure uniform application of paint and beads.

The equipment shall be that necessary to accomplish the markings in a safe and efficient manner. All vehicles used in the marking operation in traffic shall be equipped with rotating of oscillating flashers which are visible from both the front and rear of the vehicle and an illuminated target arrow, capable of being visible from either the front or rear of the vehicle.

Application Method

General - Markings shall be applied according to Section 811 of the 2003 MDOT Standard Specifications for Highway Construction.

Surface Preparation - Prior to the application of the pavement markings it is the contractor’s responsibility to notify the City if any additional pavement cleaning is needed. The Streets Division will adequately clean the pavement before painting.

Tolerances – Applied markings shall be sharp, well defined, provide uniform retroflectivity, be free of uneven edges, overspray or other readily visible defects which distract from the appearance or function of the pavement markings.

Markings that are improperly located shall be corrected. Improperly located markings shall be removed at the contractor’s expense, in a manner acceptable to the City and reapplied in the correct locations at the contractor’s expense.

Weather and Seasonal Limitations – Markings shall not be applied when the surface to be painted is damp. No markings shall be applied when the surface temperature is less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The contractor shall make the decision to apply markings on any specific day.

Placement and Protection of Pavement Markings – The protection of the wet paint shall be the responsibility of the contractor. Markings obliterated by traffic shall be retraced at the contractor’s expense.

Measurement and Payment – Quantities stated are estimates. Upon completion of project the contractor shall submit an invoice to the City with the actual linear feet and quantities applied. Payments are subject to City Council approval based upon unit prices submitted with this RFP.
 
INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

The contractor shall not commence work under this contract until he has obtained the insurance required within this contract.  All insurance coverage shall be with issuance carriers acceptable to the City of Port Huron.  If any insurance is written with a deductible or self-insured retention, the contractor shall be solely responsible for said deductible or self-insured retention.  The purchase of insurance and the furnishing of a certificate of insurance shall not be a satisfaction of the contractor's indemnification of the City of Port Huron.  The contractor is responsible to meet all MIOSHA requirements for on-the-job safety. The contractor and his subcontractor shall procure and maintain during the life of this contract the following coverage:

1. Workers' Compensation Insurance in accordance with all applicable statutes of the
2. State of Michigan - Coverage shall include Employers Liability Coverage.
3. Commercial General Liability Insurance on an "Occurrence" basis with limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and/or aggregate combined single limit, Personal Injury, Bodily Injury and Property Damage.

Coverage shall include the following extensions:

1. Contractual liability
2. Products and completed operations
3. Additional Insured - Commercial General Liability Insurance as described above shall include an endorsement stating the following shall be an additional insured: "The City of Port Huron, including all elected and appointed officials and employees and all other individuals working on behalf of the city."
4. Cancellation Notice - Workers Compensation Insurance and Commercial General Liability Insurance as described above shall include an endorsement stating that thirty (30) days advance written notice of cancellation, non-renewal, reduction and/or material change shall be sent to:

City of Port Huron
Finance Department
100 McMorran Blvd
                                                 Port Huron, MI 48060


PROOF OF INSURANCE

Before starting the work, the contractor shall supply the following:

1. Two (2) copies of Certification of Insurance of contractor's Workers' Compensation Insurance.
2. Two (2) copies of Certification of Insurance of contractor's Commercial General Liability Insurance.
3. When requested by the City, one (1) complete copy of any policy of insurance required or supplied under this contract.
4. All insurance papers should be provided at time of award of proposal.
Send notices to: City of Sterling Heights 40555 Utica Rd., P.O. Box 8009, Sterling Heights, MI 48311-8009

REFERENCES

List at least three references during the past three years with whom you have had similar contracts.  Please provide the Company Name, Contact Name and Telephone Number for all references.  These references must be included with your proposal.


Due Date: 5/17/2018
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
2017-18 SEWER LINING PROJECT
PROJECT NO. D18-0010
 
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Port Huron, Michigan, in the office of the Finance Director, Room 217, the Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, 2018 and immediately thereafter the bids will be publicly opened and read in the Third Floor Conference Room 317 of the aforesaid Municipal Office Center.
 
JOB DESCRIPTION:
Furnish all labor, material and equipment to install cured in place liner in approximately 890 lineal feet of 10inch sanitary sewer, 1682 lineal feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer, 397 lineal feet of 15-inch sanitary sewer and 360 lineal feet of 18-inch storm sewer, including pre- and post sewer video inspection, sewer cleaning as required, removal of obstructions, by-pass pumping as necessary, and lateral reinstatement, complete, as per the project drawings and specifications.  Also included are two alternates for an additional 1337 lineal feet of 8-inch and 311 lineal feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer lining.
 
Bidding documents, including drawings and project manual contract documents, instruction to bidders form, agreement and specifications may be examined and shall be obtained from the office of the City Engineer of the City of Port Huron, Room 316, Municipal Office Center, 100 McMorran Boulevard, Port Huron, Michigan, 48060 beginning on Monday, April 23, 2018 for a non-refundable printing fee of $25.00 per set.  Shipping is an additional $15.00 per set.  There will be no refunds or returns of bid documents.  The purchaser must supply the street address, fax number, or email of the individual or firm to whom addendum (if any) can be directed and a telephone number.  
 
A certified check payable to the City of Port Huron, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and a surety company, in the amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid, shall be submitted with each bid.  No bid may be withdrawn for at least ninety (90) days after the scheduled closing time for receiving bids.  All bids must be submitted on proposal forms provided by the City of Port Huron for that purpose.
 
The City of Port Huron reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any defects or irregularities in the bid, and to accept any bid which is deemed most advantageous to the said City's interests.  The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory performance, labor and materials bonds, maintenance and guarantee bonds, and insurance certificates.

Bid Tab: scan1899.pdf


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