CJS Conveyance/Raleigh Water Oberlin Road Project
Raleigh (NC) Water Oberlin Road Project
The installation of approximately 6,100 linear feet of 12-inch ductile iron water main on Oberlin Road between Davis Street and Bedford Avenue and corresponding abandonment of existing 8” cast iron main along the same corridor. The work includes replacement of existing hydrants, reconnection of intersecting mains, replacement of water services, a 36-inch bore and jack of Wade Avenue, a 12-inch check valve assembly within Wade Avenue, and associated paving, restoration, and traffic control to provide a complete and operable water system. Additionally, the project includes replacement of portions of the sanitary sewer system along the corridor totaling approximately 2,000 linear feet of 8-inch ductile iron gravity sewer.
For information regarding this Invitation to Bid, contact as follow:
Stephen D. Leitch
320 S. Academy Street, Cary, NC 27511
Bidders will be required to show evidence that they are licensed to perform the work in the Bidding Documents as required by North Carolina General Statute, Chapter 87 and the Instruction to Bidders.
Bid Security in the amount of five percent (5%) of the Bid must accompany each Bid and shall be subject to the conditions provided in the Instruction to Bidders.
Pursuant to General Statutes of North Carolina Sections 143-128.2 and 143-131, and in accordance with City policy, the City of Raleigh encourages and provides equal opportunity for certified Minority and Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) businesses to participate in all aspects of the City’s contracting and procurement programs to include Professional Services; Goods and Other Services; and Construction. The prime contractor will be required to identify participation of MWBE businesses in their Bid, and how that participation will be achieved.
Furthermore, the City’s goal is to contract or sub-contract fifteen percent (15%) of the contract amount to certified MWBEs on construction projects over $300,000, or with contracts that include $100,000 or more in state funding.
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