Receipt of Bids
Public notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the following prime contracts will be received for the construction of Crystal Run Elementary School located in Middletown, Delaware. Bids will be received at the office of Appoquinimink School District, Marion Proffitt Training Center, 118 South Sixth Street, Odessa, Delaware 19730 until 3:30 p.m. local time on 2 December 2021, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bidder bears the risk of late delivery. Any bids received after the stated time will be returned unopened. The time and location of the bid opening may be extended with a minimum of 2 calendar days’ notice to the Bidders.
Contract B-02 Concrete
Contract B-03 Masonry
Contract B-04 Structural Steel & Miscellaneous Metals
Contract B-05 Carpentry and General Work
Contract B-06 Metal Studs & Drywall
Contract B-07 Roofing & Waterproofing
Contract B-08 Doors, Frames and Hardware Supply
Contract B-09 Glass and Glazing
Contract B-10 Casework and Millwork
Contract B-11 Paint & Wallcoverings
Contract B-12 Acoustical Ceilings & Wall Panels
Contract B-13 Folding Panel Partitions
Contract B-14 Carpet & VCT
Contract B-15 Ceramic Tile & Precast Terrazzo
Contract B-16 Fluid Applied Flooring
Contract B-17 Elevator
Contract B-18 Kitchen Equipment
Contract B-19 Fire Protection
Contract B-20 Mechanical & Plumbing
Contract B-21 Building Management Systems
Contract B-22 Electrical
Contract B-23 Structured Cable
Contract B-24 Special Systems
Contract B-25 Testing & Balancing
Contract B-26 Telephone System
1. It is the responsibility of each bidder to review and coordinate all Project Documents. This includes plans, specifications, and addendums.
2. Non-biddable documents, for review only, may be examined on the State of Delaware Online Bid Solicitation Directory, http://bids.delaware.gov, or at the office of the Construction Manager, EDIS Company, 110 S. Poplar Street, Suite 400, Wilmington, Delaware 19801; on or after 28 October 2021.
3. Bid documents will be available on the EDiS FTP site. In order to obtain access to biddable documents on the EDiS FTP site, bidders must download and complete the Plans Request form from http://bids.delaware.gov, and submit to: email@example.com for approval. Once the plans request is approved, if you want to receive the biddable plans from the EDiS FTP site submit your request for access to the FTP site via email to Mary Tickle, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request should include the following information: your company name, contact name, email address, phone number, fax number and postal mailing address.
A bid security in the amount of 10% of the bid, plus a consent of surety must accompany each bid. Bid Security shall specify the Owner as the obligee. Owner: Appoquinimink School District.
A pre-bid meeting will be held at the office of Appoquinimink School District, Marion Proffitt Training Center, 118 South Sixth Street, Odessa, Delaware 19730 on Thursday 28 October 2021 at 3:00 p.m. local time. Attendance of this meeting is not a prerequisite for bidding on this contract.
Please contact EDiS Company, Warren Ellis, 302-290-3039 at email@example.com with questions. Conformance to the Delaware Architectural Accessibility Act and the standards of the Architectural Accessibility Board is required on the Project.
Prevailing Wage Rates
Prevailing Wage Rates, as directed by Delaware Law, must be adhered to where applicable.
Drug Testing Requirements
Pursuant to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) “4104 Regulations for the Drug Testing of Contractor and Subcontractor Employees Working on Large Public Works Projects” required that Contractors and Subcontractors who work on Large Public Works Contracts funded all or in part with public funds implement a Mandatory Drug Testing Program. The latest regulation can be downloaded from the following website: http://regulations.delaware.gov/AdminCode/title19/4000/4100/4104.pdf
Craft Training for Public Works Procurement
In accordance with Delaware Code, Title 29, Chapter 69, Section 6962, requires: A public works contract must include a requirement that the contractor provide craft training for journeyman and apprentice levels if all of the following apply:
A. The project requires prevailing wages and,
B. The contractor or subcontractor employs 10 or more people and,
C. It is not a federal highway project, except for the Route 301 project.
The craft training may be provided by any of the following:
A. The contractor, or
B. The subcontractor, or
C. A program registered pursuant under Section 1101-4.0 of Title 19 of the Delaware Administrative Code.
Subsection 6902 defines “Craft Training” as “an apprenticeship program approved by and registered with any state apprenticeship agency or the United States Department of Labor. The Secretary of the Department of Labor shall maintain a list of crafts for which there are approved and registered training programs.”