TILLAMOOK PEOPLE’S UTILITY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION BUILDING PUBLIC LOBBY REMODEL Bids Due: January 11, 2018 @ 2:00 pm INVITATION TO BID 1.1 NOTICE TO BIDDERS A. Sealed bids for the Tillamook People’s Utility District (TPUD) Administration Building Public Lobby Remodel project will be received by the TPUD until 2:00 p.m. local time; Thursday January 11, 2018. Bids are due at the TPUD Administration Building public lobby customer service counter: 1115 Pacific Avenue; Tillamook, Oregon 97141. Bid opening will be conducted in the TPUD Administration Building conference room at the address listed above. Bid proposals received will be publicly opened and read aloud at 4:00 p.m. local time; on Thursday January 11, 2018. The project consists of remodeling of the existing public lobby and adjacent affected spaces in the existing Administration Building. B. In accordance with State Law, TPUD uses and incorporates the Oregon Attorney General’s Model Public Contract Rules (Oregon Administrative Rules) Chapter 137, Division 46, Division 47, Division 49, and Division 40 (Public Improvements) into contract documents related to this project. C. Vendors shall use recyclable products to the maximum extent economically feasible in the performance of the contract work set forth in this document. Bidder shall specify the minimum, if not exact, percentage of recycled paper in paper products or recycled product in products offered, and both the post consumer and secondary waste content regardless of whether the product meets what percentage of recycled material respecified for recycled paper or recycled products in ORS 279A.010 and ORS 279A. For paper products the bidder shall also specify the fiber type. The contractor may certify a zero percent recycled paper or product. 1.2 PRE-BID CONFERENCE A. All prospective General Contractor bidders are required to attend a mandatory pre-bid conference at the project site on Thursday January 4, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. local time. Pre-bid conference will be held at the project site; meet in the Administration Building public lobby. The site street address is 1115 Pacific Avenue; Tillamook, Oregon 97141. The prebid conference is to assist prospective bidders with comprehension of the Project Documents and required scope of work. Attendance will be taken and only those General Contractors registered in attendance will be eligible to submit a bid proposal. Sub-contractors intending to bid the project are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-bid conference. Attendance at the pre-bid conference by Subcontractors is not mandatory. 1.3 PROJECT DOCUMENTS A. Project Documents, consisting of Specifications, Drawings, Bid Forms, Addenda, and Agreement Documents may be examined at the office of RSS ARCHITECTURE, P.C., 2225 Country Club Road, Woodburn, Oregon 97071; (503) 982-1211, and at the following locations: TPUD Tillamook, Oregon Oregon Contractor Plan Center Clackamas, Oregon Eugene Builders Exchange Eugene, Oregon McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge Portland, Oregon DJC Plan Center Portland, Oregon Salem Contractors Exchange Salem, Oregon Willamette Valley HBA & Bid Center Corvallis, Oregon Reed Construction Data Portland, Oregon B. Copies of the Bid/Contract Documents may be PURCHASED by prospective bidders from SALEM PRINTING & BLUEPRINT, 475 Ferry Street, Salem, Oregon 97301, (503) 363-6097 for the cost of reproduction and, if desired, cost of shipping. THERE IS NO DEPOSIT OR REFUND ON THESE DOCUMENTS; prospective bidders will purchase documents for their own use. Project Documents can be shipped to Contractors via mail/package service cash on delivery (c.o.d). Bonafide prime bidders MUST register their business name, address, and tele phone number when purchasing documents in order to receive any addenda or other pertinent information. FAILURE TO DO SO IS SOLELY THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BIDDER. C. Bidders are advised to obtain copies of all portions of all Project Documents. Neither the Owner or Architect will be responsible for use of partial or incomplete sets of documents by prospective Bidders. 1.4 BID SUBMITTAL & BOND REQUIREMENTS A. No bid will be considered unless fully completed in the manner provided in the Instructions to Bidders upon the bid form provided by the Architect and accompanied by a bid bond, cashiers check or certified check executed in favor of Tillamook People’s Utility District; Tillamook, Oregon in an amount not less than 10% of the total amount of the bid. Bid bonds will be accompanied by power of attorney bearing the same date as the bond. Bid bond, cashiers check, or certified check to be forfeited as a fixed and liquidated damage should the bidder neglect or refuse to enter into a contract and provide suitable bond for the faithful performance of the work in the event the contract is awarded to them. FACSIMILE/ ELECTRONIC COPIES OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED DOCUMENTS SHALL BE REJECTED. B. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance and labor & material bond in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract as security for the faithful performance of this contract and as security for payment of all persons performing labor under this contract and furnishing materials in connection with this contract. FACSIMILE/ELECTRONIC COPIES OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED DOCUMENTS SHALL BE REJECTED. C. No bid will be considered unless the FIRST-TIER SUBCONTRACTOR DISCLOSURE FORM is submitted no later than the advertised bid opening date and time: 4:00 p.m. local time, Thursday November 9, 2017. It is the responsibility of the Bidder to separately submit the DISCLO SURE FORM and any additional sheets, with the Project Name clearly marked, at the location indicated by the specified Disclosure Deadline. FACSIMILE/ ELECTRONIC COPIES OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED DOCUMENTS SHALL BE REJECTED. 1. The first tier subcontractor list may be submitted with the sealed bid at bid submittal deadline: 2:00 p.m. local time; Thursday November 9, 2017 at the bidders’ preference. 1.5 PREVAILING WAGE RATES & WORKERS COMPENSATION INSURANCE A. The successful bidder and all subsequent subcontractors shall comply with requirements of ORS 279C.800 to 279C.870 and produce appropriate certificates indicating compliance. State law requires contractors must pay the higher of the state Prevailing Wage Rate (PWR) or federal Davis-Bacon rates, even if NO state or local funds are used. See BOLI’s comparison rate book referenced in Project Manual specification section 00900 – Prevailing Wage Rates. B. The successful bidder and all subsequent subcontractors shall comply with ORS 656.017, Oregon Workers’ Compensation Law, and produce appropriate certificates that they have complied. C. All subject employers working under this contract shall either be employers that will comply with ORS 656.0171.6 or employers that are exempt under ORS 656.126. D. The successful Bidder Shall comply with the minimum rates for wages for laborers and mechanics as determined by the Secretary of Labor in accordance with the provisions of the Davis-Bacon and related acts. State law requires the higher of either the State Prevailing Wage Rates or Federal Davis-Bacon rates to be paid to workers on projects in Oregon subject to both State Prevailing Wage Rate law and Federal Davis-Bacon Wage Rate Act. 1.6 RESIDENT BIDDER A. TPUD will not consider a bid proposal unless it contains a statement as to whether a bidder is a resident bidder as defined in ORS 279A.120. 1.7 CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION A. TPUD will not consider a bid proposal unless it contains a statement by the bidder that they are certified/ registered with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board, in accordance with ORS Chapter 700. 1.8 NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT A. All Bidders shall certify on the Bid Form their bid has been arrived at by the bidder independently and has been submitted without any collusion designed to limit independent bidding or competition. All Bidders shall certify on the Bid Form no member, officer, or employees of TPUD or its designees or agents, no member of the governing body of TPUD and no other public official of TPUD exercises any functions or responsibilities with respect to this contract during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter, shall have any interest, direct or indirect, in work to be performed in connection with this contract. All contractors shall incorporate, or cause to be incorporated, in all subcontracts a provision prohibiting such interest. TPUD will not consider a bid proposal unless it contains a noncollusion affidavit, part of the Bid Proposal form, signed by the bidder. 1.9 LOWEST RESPONSIBLE BIDDER A. In determining the Lowest Responsible Bidder TPUD will utilize standards of responsibility as outlined in ORS 279C.375 including: 1. Checking the list created by the Construction Contractors Board under ORS 701.227 (Disqualification from eligibility for certain public contracts) for bidders who are not qualified to hold a public improvement contract. B. Determining whether the bidder is responsible. A responsible bidder must demonstrate to the contracting agency that the bidder: 1. Has available the appropriate financial, material, equipment, facility and personnel resources and expertise, or has the ability to obtain the resources and expertise, necessary to meet all contractual responsibilities. 2. Holds current licenses that businesses or service professionals operating in this state must hold in order to undertake or perform the work specified in the contract. 3. Is covered by liability insurance and other insurance in amounts the contracting agency requires in the solicitation documents. 4. Qualifies as a carrier-insured employer or a selfinsured employer under ORS 656.407 (Qualifications of insured employers) or has elected coverage under ORS 656.128 (Sole proprietors, limited liability company members, partners, independent contractors may elect coverage by insurer). 5. Has made the disclosure required under ORS 279C.370 (First-tier subcontractor disclosure). 6. Completed previous contracts of a similar nature with a satisfactory record of performance. For purposes of this subparagraph, a satisfactory record of performance means that to the extent that the costs associated with and time available to perform a previous contract remained within the bidder’s control, the bidder stayed within the time and budget allotted for the procurement and otherwise performed the contract in a satisfactory manner. The contracting agency shall document the bidder’s record of performance if the contracting agency finds under this subparagraph that the bidder is not responsible. 7. Has a satisfactory record of integrity. The contracting agency in evaluating the bidder’s record of integrity may consider, among other things, whether the bidder has previous criminal convictions for offense related to obtaining or attempting to obtain a contract or subcontract. The contracting agency shall document the bidder’s record of integrity if the contracting agency finds under this subparagraph that the bidder is not responsible. 8. Is legally qualified to contact with the contracting agency. 9. Possesses an unexpired certificate that the Oregon Department of Administrative Services issued under ORS 279A.167 (Certification program for training in pay equity provisions of state law), if the bidder employs 50 or more full-time workers and submitted a bid for a procurement with an estimated contract price that exceeds $500,000.00 in response to an advertisement or solicitation from a state contracting agency. 10. Supplied all necessary information in connection with the inquiry concerning responsibility. If a bidder fails to promptly supply information that the contracting agency requests, the contracting agency shall determine the bidder’s responsibility based on available information, or may find that the bidder is not responsible. 11. Apparent low bidder, upon notice of bid proposal status, provide the Owner with a brief project description and corresponding references for four similar past projects. Also see item no. 6. above. 1.10 RIGHTS OF THE TILLAMOOK PEOPLE’S UTILITY DISTRICT (TPUD) A. It is the intent of TPUD to award a Contract to the lowest responsible Bidder provided the Bid has been submitted in accordance with the requirements of the Bidding Documents and does not exceed funds available. 1.10 RIGHTS OF THE TILLAMOOK PEOPLE’S UTILITY DISTRICT (TPUD) A. (continued) TPUD shall have the right to waive informalities or irregularities in a Bid received and to accept the Bid which, in TPUD’s judgement, is in TPUD’s own best interests. TPUD may not consider a bid unless the bidder is licensed by the Construction Contractors Board. TPUD may also reject any bid not in compliance with all prescribed public bidding procedures and requirements, and may, for good cause, reject all bids upon a finding that it is in the public interest to do so. Todd Simmons, General Manager Tillamook People’s Utility District Tillamook, Oregon Published Dec. 22, 2017. BT21982

ad: 21982

Publication: Construction 1

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2017/12/22

End Date: 2017/12/22

Owner: Tillamook People's Utility District


County: Multnomah

Bid Date: 01/11/18

Bid Time: 2:00 PM