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Instructions - INVITATION TO BID 1 PROJECT 2 LOCATION 3...

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I N V I T A T I O N T O B I D 1. PROJECT: HERITAGE 2. LOCATION: West Steet 17 South, 3. OWNER: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4. ARCHITECT: 5. DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: New Heritage Building. A. 16,600 s.f. Church building constructed on one level. B. Products provided under Value Managed Relationships (VMRs) are specified for the following products or systems: 1. Aluminum-Framed Storefronts 2. Aluminum Windows 3. Standard Steel Doors 4. Standard Steel Frames 5. Prefinished Wood Doors 6. Finish Hardware 7. Wood Flooring Assemblies 8. Furnaces 9. Refrigerant Condensing Units 6. PRE-BID CONFERENCE: A pre-bid conference will be held on Monday July 21 at 1:00 pm at the Relief Society Room located at 7. TYPE OF BID: Bids shall be on a lump-sum basis. Segregated bids will not be accepted. 8. TIME OF COMPLETION: The time limit for completion of this Work shall be 270 calendar days after date set forth in written Notice To Proceed as noted in the Agreement. 9. BID OPENING: Sealed bids will be received at time and place to be given at Pre-Bid Meeting. 10. OWNER'S RIGHT TO REJECT BIDS: The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularity therein. END OF DOCUMENT
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Please fax a list of sub-contractors to our office by Friday, July 18 th , if you are interested in bidding: 1. Site Excavation: 2. Landscaping: 3. Concrete: 4. Masonry: 5. Framing: 6. Drywall: 7. Roofing: 8. Painting: 9. Mechanical: 10. Electrical: * PLEASE CALL AND CONFIRM IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BIDDING THIS PROJECT.
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Project Number 1 Heritage May 2003 Instructions To Bidders I N S T R U C T I O N S T O B I D D E R S 1. DEFINITIONS: A. The definitions set forth in Section 1 of the General Conditions are applicable to the documents included under Bidding Requirements. B. Bidding Documents include the Bidding Requirements and the proposed Contract Documents. The proposed Contract Documents consist of the documents identified as Contract Documents in the Form of Agreement, except for Modifications. The Bidding Requirements are those documents identified as such in the proposed Project Manual. C. Addenda are written or graphic documents issued by the Architect prior to execution of the Contract which modify or interpret the Bidding Documents. They become part of the Contract Documents as noted in the Form of Agreement upon execution of the Contract. 2. BIDDER'S REPRESENTATIONS: A. By submitting a bid, the bidder represents that 1. Bidder has carefully studied and compared the Bidding Documents with each other. Bidder understands the Bidding Documents and the bid is fully in accordance with the requirements of those documents, 2. Bidder has thoroughly examined the site and any building located thereon, has become familiar with local conditions which might directly or indirectly affect the contract work, and has correlated its personal observations with the requirements of the proposed Contract Documents, and 3. Bid is based on the materials, equipment, and systems required by the Bidding Documents without exception.
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