Bids-RFP

INVITATION TO BID

Resurfacing and Full Depth Reclamation – Hickory Ridge Subdivision

CITY OF CUMMING, GEORGIA

The City of Cumming will accept sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Thursday May 24, 2018 for the following:

Furnishing of all labor, equipment, and materials necessary for Project No. 96512AO Resurfacing – Hickory Ridge Subdivision( Resurfacing and Full Depth Reclamation)

The envelopes containing the Bids must be sealed, addressed to the City of Cumming, delivered to the Second Floor Reception Desk, 100 Main Street, Cumming, Georgia 30040, and designated as Project No. 96512AO Rehabilitation – Resurfacing – 2018. No bids will be accepted after 10:00 a.m., Thursday May 24, 2018.

The entire contract must be completed 120 days after Notice to Proceed is issued.

Contractor must be presently qualified by the State Department of Transportation and have received a Certificate of Qualification in accordance with the Rules and Regulations approved and adopted by the State Transportation Board.

The location map and contract may be examined at the following locations:

City of Cumming City Hall                  Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc.

100 Main Street                                  327 Dahlonega Street, Suite 1401

Cumming, Georgia 30040                  Cumming, Georgia 30040

(770) 781-2036                                   (770) 781-5507

Copies of the bidding documents and location map may be obtained on or after April 6, 2018 at the office of Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc., 327 Dahlonega Street, Suite 1401, Cumming, Georgia 30040; Phone (770) 781-5507, upon payment of Fifteen Dollars ($15.00), non-refundable, for each set of Contract Documents.

Each Bidder must deposit with his/her Bid: a Bid Bond, a Certified Cashier’s Check to the order of the City of Cumming or a letter of credit issued by a local bank (located within Forsyth County) in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the amount bid and a Consent of Surety Form from a surety company licensed to conduct business in the State of Georgia, engaging to furnish, upon award of the Contract, a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond each in a sum not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the total price bid for the completed work and the appropriate insurance certificate.

Bids, in the case of corporations not chartered in Georgia, must be accompanied by proper certificate evidencing that such corporation is authorized to do business in the State of Georgia.  In addition, the Contractor must be licensed by the State of Georgia.

No Bidder may withdraw their Bid within 90 days after the actual date of the bid opening.

Award of bid will be made at a later date. The City of Cumming reserves the right to reject any or all bids.  Bidders and the general public are invited to attend the bid opening, 10:00 a.m., Thursday May 24, 2018 at the Cumming City Council meeting room, located at 100 Main Street, Cumming, Georgia 30040.

All inquiries in regards to the contract documents are to be forwarded to Jason McCook, Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc. 327 Dahlonega Street, Suite 1401 Cumming, GA 30040 Phone No. 770-781-5507 or e-mailed to jmccook@maai.net

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City of Cumming Project 96512AO

Rehabilitation – Resurfacing – 2018

Addendum No. 1    May 7, 2018

The above referenced project Bid Documents, Contract Documents and Supplemental General Conditions are hereby clarified and revised as follows:

The bid date has been moved from May 8, 2018 to May 24, 2018, time and location remain as originally posted.

Question #1Are there to be 75 days or 120 days provided for completion of the project? (both are listed in the bid documents).  120 days would certainly allow more time for the FDR work to take place.”

Answer- 100 days from Notice to Proceed for completion of project.

Question #2 What is the purpose of the GAB for deep stabilization?

Answer- This is in case there is substantial depth of inferior sub-grade material encountered.

Question #3 Please provide a detail of pay item 10 for variable depth milling.  Is this full width milling of just the roads not receiving FDR?  And if so how much?  Or edge milling?

Answer- The quantity provided is for the overall milling required for both the FDR portion as well as the resurfacing. Should the other companion project for Milling be accepted then the Milling quantity for that project will be deducted from the Milling quantity for this project.

Question #4 Will the city please provide the desired spread rate (pounds per square yard) or the desired thickness for the 12.5MM topping and 9.5MM topping required for each of the five roads to be resurfaced only/NOT receiving FDR treatment?

Answer- The spread rate for the 12.5 MM topping will be 165 lbs./sq. yd., for the 9.5 MM topping the spread rate will be 115 lbs./ sq. yd.

Question #5 Will the city provide detail and scope for the patching and leveling items?

Answer- Patching quantity is based on previous field measurements and will be located on roadways prior to project award. Leveling will be as directed by engineer.

Question #6 Will the city please specify which type of topping material (9.5MM or 12.5MM) will be used for the two roads, Hickory Ridge and Oakfield Lane?

Answer – 9.5 MM

Question #7 – What is the city’s budget for this work?

Answer- Depending on the amount of the overage as compared to what the city has allocated will determine if the city awards the project as bid or if the city will reduce the scope of the project or reject all bids.

Question #8 After looking through both packages, it is apparent that the three streets to be milled in this package (Milling – 2018) are the same three streets that are to receive FDR treatment in the “Rehabilitation – Resurfacing – 2018” package. Seeing that the milling operations for these three streets appear to already be covered in the scope of the work to be done for the “Rehabilitation – Resurfacing – 2018” bid, would the city please explain the purpose of having this separated into a completely separate bid?

Answer- The city made the decision to break out the milling for the FDR streets to hopefully expedite the overall completion of Rehabilitation – Resurfacing project. Based on the bid price received for the milling the city may elect not to accept the milling only bid or deduct the milling quantity from the Rehabilitation – Resurfacing

Question #9 In regards to pay item #11, is this item intended to be on a “as needed” or “as directed” basis, or is it the city’s intent to remove and replace exactly 7,800 linear feet of 6″ x 24″ roll curb? If the intent is to replace that exact amount, on what streets is this quantity located and approximately what length on each street

Answer- This item is intended on as a needed or as directed basis. The amount of curbing needing to be replaced will depend upon the extent of damage during the milling process. It is expected that some curb will be damaged in order to remove the existing asphalt in the curb.

Question #10 It is apparent that there has been concrete “ramps” poured inside the roll curb of many driveways within the subdivision. Is this concrete to be cleaned out of the roll curb? If so, does the city intend for the contractor to perform this work?

Answer- The ramps will be replaced on a case by case scenario, and if replaced asphalt will be utilized.

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City of Cumming Project 96512AO

Rehabilitation – Resurfacing – 2018

Addendum No. 2    May 11, 2018

 

The above referenced project Bid Documents, Contract Documents and Supplemental General Conditions are hereby clarified and revised as follows:

Question #1Will the city allow the contractor to get his FDR mix design through his testing firm with time on the project not having started?”

Answer- Since there is resurfacing of streets outside of the FDR portion of the project then there should be adequate time to allow for testing/mix design determination.

Question #2 What is the depth of patching, and will all of it be at least 6.5′ wide (the width of milling drum)?

Answer- 4 inches, a minimum width of 6 feet.

Question #3Who is responsible if the milling only contractor does not remove enough material in order to install the asphalt section back to curb grade?   Likewise, who’s responsible if the milling contractor takes out to much material and the asphalt overlay overruns the tonnage?”

Answer- Should the milling only contract be awarded the city will ensure the milling is at minimum sufficient to install the final asphalt section back to curb grade. Should the milling only contract remove more material resulting in an asphalt overage, the additional asphalt tonnage required will be paid at the contract price.

Question #4 If the milling only contact is awarded and the milling encounters sections such that the milling removes the existing pavement structure to the subgrade, how will the city handle this?  Will the milling contractor be required to patch those areas with asphalt?

Answer- Coring samples taken of the existing pavement section indicate that the existing pavement structure is 3”- 4” below the curb grade. Should the milling only contract remove all asphalt then a decision will be made to address with a change order to provide either patching or GAB and will be made depending upon the severity and location.

Question #5 Will the city allow wet curing of the base prior to paving?

Answer- If this will expedite the completion of the RFD with no additional cost to the city and the contractor will warranty the finish product.

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City of Cumming Project 96512AO

Rehabilitation – Resurfacing – 2018

Addendum No. 3    May 21, 2018

The above referenced project Bid Documents, Contract Documents and Supplemental General Conditions are hereby clarified and revised as follows:

Question #1Does the city wish that the streets be full width milled, or edge milled, or both, and at what depth for each?

Answer- Most Milling will be Edge Milling variable depth to achieve proper cross slope. There will be some full width milling required at certain locations to achieve positive drainage. The depth will vary from a minimum of 1.5” to a maximum of 4” or more to return to the existing curb edge.

Question #2– “Should the final grade be flush with the curb and gutter, or should the final grade be returned to the existing grade?”

Answer- Final Grade will be flush with the curb and gutter.

 


 

INVITATION TO BID

Milling – Hickory Ridge Subdivision

CITY OF CUMMING, GEORGIA

The City of Cumming will accept sealed bids until 9:30 a.m., Thursday May 24, 2018 for the following:

Furnishing of all labor, equipment, and materials necessary for Project No. 96512AO Milling – Hickory Ridge Subdivision

The envelopes containing the Bids must be sealed, addressed to the City of Cumming, delivered to the Second Floor Reception Desk, 100 Main Street, Cumming, Georgia 30040, and designated as Project No. 96512AO Milling – 2018. No bids will be accepted after 9:30 a.m., Thursday May 24, 2018.

The entire contract must be completed 45 days after Notice to Proceed is issued.

Contractor must be presently qualified by the State Department of Transportation and have received a Certificate of Qualification in accordance with the Rules and Regulations approved and adopted by the State Transportation Board.

The location map and contract may be examined at the following locations:

City of Cumming City Hall                  Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc.

100 Main Street                                  327 Dahlonega Street, Suite 1401

Cumming, Georgia 30040                  Cumming, Georgia 30040

(770) 781-2036                                   (770) 781-5507

Copies of the bidding documents and location map may be obtained on or after April 6, 2018 at the office of Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc., 327 Dahlonega Street, Suite 1401, Cumming, Georgia 30040; Phone (770) 781-5507, upon payment of Fifteen Dollars ($15.00), non-refundable, for each set of Contract Documents.

Each Bidder must deposit with his/her Bid: a Bid Bond, a Certified Cashier’s Check to the order of the City of Cumming or a letter of credit issued by a local bank (located within Forsyth County) in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the amount bid and a Consent of Surety Form from a surety company licensed to conduct business in the State of Georgia, engaging to furnish, upon award of the Contract, a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond each in a sum not less than one hundred percent (100%) of the total price bid for the completed work and the appropriate insurance certificate.

Bids, in the case of corporations not chartered in Georgia, must be accompanied by proper certificate evidencing that such corporation is authorized to do business in the State of Georgia.  In addition, the Contractor must be licensed by the State of Georgia.

No Bidder may withdraw their Bid within 90 days after the actual date of the bid opening.

Award of bid will be made at a later date. The City of Cumming reserves the right to reject any or all bids.  Bidders and the general public are invited to attend the bid opening, 9:30 a.m., Thursday May 24, 2018 at the Cumming City Council meeting room, located at 100 Main Street, Cumming, Georgia 30040.

All inquiries in regards to the contract documents are to be forwarded to Jason McCook, Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc. 327 Dahlonega Street, Suite 1401 Cumming, GA 30040 Phone No. 770-781-5507 or e-mailed to jmccook@maai.net

PDF Download of RFP

City of Cumming Project 96512AO

Milling – 2018

Addendum No. 1    May 7, 2018

The above referenced project Bid Documents, Contract Documents and Supplemental General Conditions are hereby clarified and revised as follows:

The bid date has been moved from May 8, 2018 to May 24, 2018, time and location remain as originally posted.

Question #1 What is the completion time for the milling?

Answer- 30 days from Notice to Proceed for completion of project.

PDF of Addendum #1