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Mt Pleasant, SC - Moultrie Middle School Exploratory Classroom Addition

Moultrie Middle School is an existing school located at 645 Coleman Blvd., Mount Pleasant, SC. The school is currently in the late phases of additions to the three classroom wings, and this Exploratory Classroom addition will be adjacent to the northern-most wing addition, which will require close coordination between two General Contractors. The Exploratory Classroom additions will be approximately 4,500 sf and will consist of two GTT classrooms, an Orchestra Room, Group toilets, practice room, and support spaces. Construction consists of spread footings, CMU foundations, brick veneer over CMU walls, concrete floor slabs, typical finishes, including, but not limited to, paint, wood doors, HM frames, aluminum windows, ACT ceiling systems, and mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems. This Contract will require a separate area for office trailers and laydown than is being used by the current Contractor.
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Contact:   Sandy Marlowe
PreBid Date:   07/16/2019 11:00 AM
PreBid Info:   3820 Faber Place Drive, Suite 600, N. Charleston, SC 29405

Company:   Cumming Construction Management Inc
Bid Date:   07/31/2019 02:00 PM
Bid Info:   3820 Faber Place Drive, Suite 600, N. Charleston, SC 29405

Project Location: Mt Pleasant, SC

Public Notes:
The Owner has retained the services of a Program Manager to represent the Owner's interest during construction.
For information regarding this project please contact the Program Manager:
Sandy Marlowe
Cumming Construction Management, Inc.
3820 Faber Place Drive, Suite 600, N. Charleston, SC 29405

All bids are to be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check of not less than five percent (5%) of the base bid. Bid securities of the three low bidders will be retained until Contract award and execution.

The successful bidder will be required to furnish Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Bond in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Amount.

Job Purchase Information:

Drawings are viewable on this site at no charge.

A printed bid set is $275.00 plus applicable sales tax.

A printed bid set & CD is $300.00 plus applicable sales tax.

A set is also available for download from this site in PDF for $200.00 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 download 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: 3150 W Montague Ave, N Charleston SC 29418 ATTENTION: ROD. 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

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Online orders are filled within 1-2 business days.


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