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Cabarrus County Parking Deck

Cabarrus County Parking deck is a 213,500-square foot cast-in place post-tensioned concrete structure that accommodates 628 parking spaces. The 1.25-acre site is in downtown Concord and bound by Spring Street, Barbrick Avenue and Corban Avenue. The structure is clad with brick veneer, cast stone and storefront-framed openings. Unconditioned elevator and stair towers are accommodated along Barbrick Avenue and enveloped in curtainwall and brick veneer.
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Contact:   Tarik Hameed
PreBid Date:   09/21/2017 03:00 PM
PreBid Info:   A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Second Floor Multi-purpose Room at the Cabarrus County Government Center, 65 Church Street, Concord, NC.

Company:   Morris-Berg Architects
Bid Date:   10/04/2017 03:30 PM
Bid Info:   Sealed proposals will be received in the Cabarrus County Commissioners Chambers on the Second Floor of the Cabarrus County Government Center at 65 Church Street, Concord, NC for the Cabarrus County Parking Deck Project at which time and place bids will be opened and read.

Project Location: Concord, North Carolina

Public Notes:
Any questions relating to the Bidding Documents shall be in writing and directed to the architect by fax at Morris- Berg Architects at 704-552-7420 or by sending them electronically to

All bidders are notified that the provisions of NCGS 143-128, including guidelines for minority business enterprise participation shall be observed in letting and executing the work.

Bidders are also notified that they must be properly licensed under the state laws governing their respective trades and that applicable provisions of Chapter 87 of the General Statutes of the State of North Carolina shall be observed in the receiving of bids and awarding of contracts for the work.

A Performance Bond and separate Labor and Material Payment Bond, each in the full amount of the contract shall be submitted prior to executing the work.

No bids may be withdrawn for a period of 90 days after receipt of bids.

Job Purchase Information:

A printed bid set is $322.00 plus applicable sales tax.

A printed bid set & CD is $347.00 plus applicable sales tax.

A set is also available for download from this site in PDF for $242.00 plus applicable sales tax. Downloads do not include addenda, they are all available on the "Addenda" tab of this page. Once payment is secured, you will receive an email that your files are ready to be downloaded from your account.

To place an order click on "PLACE ORDER" at the upper right of this page.

Payment can be made by either:
1.Credit Card
2.Check made payable to Duncan-Parnell - mail check to: PO Box 35649, Charlotte, NC 28235 ATTENTION: MICHAELA. To expedite your order you can email copy of your check to Printing will not begin until a copy of the check OR the check is received
3.Cash - pick up orders only
4.Duncan-Parnell Account

Purchase of entire bid set includes all plans and specifications, including any addenda released at time of order. Planholders will be notified by email when future addenda are issued and it will be the responsibility of each plan holder to download the addenda. Shipping, if required, will be charged to each order.

Online orders are filled within 1-2 business days.


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