Details for ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
Sealed bid proposals will be received by The Nez Perce County Commissioners for the Juvenile Detention Addition located at 140 10th Street, Lewiston, Idaho 83501.
The work consists of a two story 4,236 sf Type III-N Concrete masonry structure addition to an existing Juvenile Detention Center. The masonry will be clad with an insulated synthetic stucco (EIFS) system. A 171 sf entry canopy and a remodel of approximately 1,100 sf of the existing detention center, although certain trades will need access to other areas of the facility. The existing juvenile detention center will remain in operation during construction. The project will require expansion of the existing fire sprinkler system.
Bidding documents for the project were prepared by Brotnov Architecture & Planning in Clarkston.
Availability of Bidding Documents: Bona fide general contractors may obtain the contract documents electronically by emailing Jerry Brotnov at firstname.lastname@example.org. Copies of the contract documents may be examined at: Nez Perce County Commissioners Office at 1225 Idaho Street, Lewiston, Idaho and electronically at the following Plan Centers: Tri-Cities, Lewis and Clark, Spokane Regional and Abadan Regional.
A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at this location for contractors and subcontractors on the October 29, 2020 at 2:00 pm. Sealed Bids will be publicly opened Wednesday November 12th at 11:00 am at 1225 Idaho Street, Lewiston, Idaho in the Commissioners chambers. Each Bid must be accompanied by a Certified or Cashiers Check on an Idaho bank, or bid bond, with Idaho State Licensed Surety Company, as surety, in an amount not less than 5% of total bid, made payable to Nez Perce County. This surety shall be forfeited by the Bidder in the event of failure to sign the contract or furnish the necessary 100% Performance Bond and the necessary 100% Payment Bond. Bidders shall be licensed in the State of Idaho, in accordance with provisions of an act known as Public Works Contractors State License Law, Title 54, Chapter 19, Idaho Code Amended. The Term Public Works Contractors includes the general contractor, subcontractor, or specialty contractor. The bidders name must agree to the name on the public works license that is referenced in the bid. The contractor shall comply with the Equal Employment Opportunity Provisions as defined in the code of respective Federal Regulations. The successful Contractor(s) shall carry out their employment practices and payment of wages according to the provisions of an act known as Public Works Title 44, Chapter 10, Section 44-1001 through 44-1006 inclusive, Idaho Code Amended.