Sealed bids for the Washington, Oregon and 18th Street Paving project will be received by the City of Long Beach until 3:00 p.m., Monday, May 20, 2013, at which time bidding will be closed.

Bids shall be addressed to Mr. Gene Miles, City Administrator, City of Long Beach, 115 Bolstad Ave., West (P.O. Box 310), Long Beach, WA 98631. At 3:00 p.m., bids will be opened and read aloud in the City Hall Chambers.

The scope of paving work generally consists of the following: Approximately 810 tons of asphaltic concrete pavement at 3 inch thickness on Washington Street from Pioneer to 16th Street. Approximately 430 tons of asphaltic concrete pavement at 2 inch thickness on 18th and Oregon Street. Residential driveway apron paving on all streets (60 tons). Centerline striping on all streets

The project is estimated to cost $140,000.

Work performed by others: This project also includes saw cutting, sub-base over excavation, crushed rock installation and geofabric installation on Washington Street, along with base preparation on 18th and Oregon Streets. All sub-base preparation and grading shall be performed by Lindstrom and Son, Construction of Chinook, Washington. The successful low bidder will be responsible for scheduling all sub base preparation work with this contractor, prior to paving. The successful low bidder will also be responsible for warrantying the paving work for one year after completion as set forth by the requirements of the General Conditions in the Contract.

Plans and specifications will be available on Monday, May 13, 2013, through the offices of CURRAN-McLEOD, INC., Consulting Engineers, 6655 S.W. Hampton Street, Suite 210, Portland, OR, 97223, telephone: (503) 684-3478, fax: (503) 624-8247. Electronic (PDF) copies are available without charge for contractors and material suppliers upon registration with the Engineer. (Please email to register and request an electronic copy). A fifty-five dollar ($55.00) non-refundable fee is required with each request for hard copies. Full-size plan sets may be purchased for the cost of reproduction and shipping. Plans and specifications will also be on file at: City of Long Beach, City Hall, Long Beach, WA.

To be considered, bids must be completed on the bidding forms provided, in the manner prescribed in the bidding documents, submitted intact, and accompanied by a 5% bid security in favor of the City of Long Beach.

The City of Long Beach reserves the right to reject any or all bids not in compliance with all prescribed public bidding procedures and requirements, may reject for good cause any and all bids upon a finding of the agency it is in the public interest to do so, and may waive all informalities. No bidder may withdraw or modify his bid prior to the lapse of thirty (30) days after bid opening. The City of Long Beach is an equal opportunity employer.

By Order of the City Council of the City of Long Beach

Published May 15, 2013

Legal No. 181-13

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