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Asheville NC - North Fork WTP Sodium Bicarbonate Silo Replacement

Replacement of the sodium bicarbonate storage silo, mixing and feed equipment at the North Fork Water Treatment Plant.



Contact:   Leslie Jones
PreBid Date:   11/29/2018 10:00 AM
PreBid Info:   A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at the North Fork Water Treatment Plant located at 3374 North Fork-Left Fork Road, Black Mountain, North Carolina 28711. The project, the City’s Minority Business Plan and the City’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy will be explained.

Company:   Brown and Caldwell
Bid Date:   12/13/2018 01:00 PM
Bid Info:   Pursuant to N. C. Gen. Stat. sec. 143-129, sealed bids will be received by the City of Asheville, from contractors that have been prequalified, in the Gilewicz Conference Room on the Mezzanine floor of the City Hall Building, 70 Court Plaza, Asheville, North Carolina 28801, and shall be immediately opened publicly and read aloud.

Project Location: Asheville, NC

Public Notes:
For information regarding this Invitation to Bid, please contact:

Leslie Jones PE, BCEE - Principal Engineer
Brown and Caldwell
309 E Morehead St, #160, Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: 704.373.7127

Bidders are notified that the City of Asheville has adopted a Minority Business Plan which established guidelines and verifiable percentage goals for participation by minority businesses in the awarding of construction contracts. Minority businesses are invited to participate.

The requirements of the City of Asheville Minority Business Plan (MB) are hereby made a part of these contract documents. These requirements shall apply to all contractors regardless of ownership.

The compliance requirements are as follows:

The Bidder shall make a good faith effort to recruit and select minority owned businesses among the bidder’s subcontractors.

In determining whether a contractor has made good faith efforts, the City of Asheville will evaluate all efforts made by the Contractor and will determine compliance in regard to quantity, intensity, and results of these efforts. The City of Asheville may take into account those factors listed in the Minority Business Plan.

Complete information and forms may be found in the Minority Business Section of the Contract Documents and a copy of the City of Asheville's Minority Business Plan is available in the Minority Business Program office located on the 5th Floor of City Hall (POB 7148, Asheville, North Carolina 28802). Contact Rosanna Mulcahy, Minority Business Program Manager, 828-259-8050 or

Failure to provide the documentation as required may result in rejection of the bid as not responsive and award to the next lowest responsible or responsive bidder.

Bidders are notified that the City of Asheville has adopted a Drug-Free Workplace Policy requiring successful bidders to insure that a drug-free workplace is provided in the performance of any City of Asheville construction contracts. The requirements of that policy are able to be viewed or printed from the link provided below. Bidders are required to sign the certification provided in the bid documents indicating their agreement to fulfill the requirements of the policy.

Bidders are notified that by submitting this bid proposal, the Contractor certifies that, as of the date of submission, it is not listed on the Iran Final Divestment List or the Companies Boycotting Israel Final Divestment List published by the State Treasurer pursuant to N.C.G.S. 147-86.60 and 147-86.82. In compliance with the requirements of the Iran Final Divestment List or the Companies Boycotting Israel Final Divestment List, Contractor shall not utilize in the performance of the contract any subcontractor that is identified on the Final Divestment Lists.

Bidders are notified that by submitting this bid proposal, the Contractor and their subcontractors with 25 or more employees as defined in Article 2 of Chapter 64 of the NC General Statutes, certify they shall comply with E-Verify requirements to contract with governmental units. E-Verify is a Federal program operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies, or any successor or equivalent program used to verify the work authorization of newly hired employees pursuant to federal law. E-verify can be accessed via this link:

All bids must be submitted on the form of bid proposal provided. All bids must be enclosed in a separately sealed envelope and properly labeled. The bid bond must be in a separately sealed envelope from the bid and also properly labeled.

Each Bidder must be a properly licensed General Contractor under the Laws of the State of North Carolina.

Job Purchase Information:
Bid Closed