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North Charleston, SC - CHS Terminal Roof Replacement

The Charleston County Aviation Authority will receive sealed bids from well qualified, licensed providers for furnishing all labor, materials, and equipment and performing all work for the removal and replacement and/or maintenance and repair of approximately 2,500 squares of bitumen roofing system at the main terminal of the Charleston International Airport



Contact:   Carrie Stanley
PreBid Date:   02/27/2024 10:00 AM
PreBid Info:   Mandatory Pre-Submittal Meeting as outlined in the RFB. Firms may choose to attend in person at the offices of the Charleston County Aviation Authority of via teleconference by contacting Carrie Stanley at for teleconference instructions.

Company:   Charleston County Aviation Authority
Bid Date:   03/12/2024 02:00 PM
Bid Info:   Bids shall be addressed to: Charleston County Aviation Authority Attn: Carrie Stanley, Procurement Dept. 3400 Air Cargo Lane, Ste E North Charleston, SC 29418-6911


Project Location: North Charleston, SC

Public Notes:
Any questions and/or comments concerning this Request for Bids should be directed in writing via email to Carrie Stanley, Procurement Department at no later than Thursday February 29, 2024, at 5:00pm (local). Responses to questions will be issued in the form of an Addendum. All Addenda so issued shall become part of this RFB and must be acknowledged in the submittal. The Charleston County Aviation Authority will not be responsible for any oral instructions with the regard to this notice. Said notice can only be changed by a formal written Addendum.

Project is to be substantially complete within 290 consecutive calendar days from the commencement date specified in the written Notice to Proceed and achieve Final Completion within 320 days.

Bids must be accompanied by a bid bond in the amount of 5% of the total Bid amount. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) calendar days after the date of receiving bids.

BIDDING REQUIREMENTS To be eligible for consideration, Bidders must comply with the following criteria:
• Bidder must be licensed in accordance with the Provisions of Section 40-11-5 through 40-11-430 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina as amended.
• Bidder must comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws pertaining to the required services including, but not limited to, Charleston County Aviation Authority Procurement Policies, wage provisions, Buy American requirements, Department of Labor requirements and all conditions of the Bid Documents.
The successful bidder shall commence work with adequate force and equipment on a date to be specified in a written order of the Owner and shall complete work within the time prescribed in the Contract Documents. By submitting a Bid, the Contractor certifies that he has under his direct control or at his disposal the men, equipment, and materials required to execute this work as specified. Lack of such control or availability of men, equipment, and materials shall constitute failure to properly execute the contract. Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bonds will be required for 100 percent of the Contract Price.

STATE ETHICS ACT For all actions involving procurement of supplies, services, or construction for the Charleston County Aviation Authority, the provisions of Chapter 13 of Title 8 (State Ethics Act) of the South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, [8-13- 100 – 8-13-1520], as it may be amended from time to time, shall be complied with.

FOIA The Charleston County Aviation Authority (“Authority”) is subject to the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). All information, data, documents, and material submitted shall be handled in accordance with the South Carolina FOIA Statute. Any proprietary information, data, documents, and material that the Bidder wishes to remain confidential (to the extent allowed under FOIA) should be clearly identified in the bid; however, such identification does not guarantee its confidentiality. The Bidder may be required to intervene in any public records request in order to protect its rights to confidential or proprietary information, however, the General Counsel for the Authority will make the final determination as to whether the information, even if marked “confidential,” will be disclosed pursuant to a FOIA request or valid subpoena.

Job Purchase Information:
Bidding is closed.