Delaware Bay Beaches Truckfill Project

Agency: State Government of Delaware
State: Delaware
Level of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • Y - Construction of Structures and Facilities
Opps ID: NBD10705785684792097
Posted Date: Jan 10, 2019
Due Date: Jan 24, 2019
Source: Members Only
Bid Solicitation Details
Bid Status Details
for
Delaware Bay Beaches Truckfill Project,
NAT19005-SAND_FILL
Solicitation Ad Date 1/10/2019
Deadline for Bid Responses 1/24/2019 at 2:00 p.m. Local Time
Supporting Documents ? Invitation to Bid
Contact Information charles.williams@state.de.us

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State of Delaware
DELAWARE BAY BEACHES TRUCKFILL PROJECT
Invitation to Bid
Contract No. NAT-201905/SAND.FILL
JANUARY 10, 2019
- Deadline to Respond -
January 24, 2019
2:00 p.m. Local Time
Version: July 7, 2017
CONTRACT NO. NAT-201905/SAND.FILL
ALL BIDDERS:
The enclosed packet contains an "INVITATION TO BID" for CONTRACT NO. NAT-201905/SAND.FILL The
invitation consists of the following:
I. DEFINITIONS and GENERAL PROVISIONS
A – GENERAL PROVISIONS
B – AWARD AND EXECUTION OF CONTRACT
C – GENERAL AUTHORITY
D – EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
II. SPECIAL PROVISIONS
III. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
IV. BID QUOTATION REPLY SECTION
SAMPLE REPORTS
1 – MONTHLY USAGE REPORT SAMPLE
2 – SUBCONTRACTING (2ND TIER) QUARTERLY REPORTING SAMPLE
ATTACHMENTS
A – BID QUOTATION
B – NO BID REPLY FORM
C – NON-COLLUSION STATEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE
D – SUBCONTRACTOR INFORMATION FORM
E – BUSINESS REFERENCES
F – ITB EXCEPTIONS
G – CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
H – OFFICE OF SUPPLIER DIVERSITY (OSD) APPLICATION
In order for your bid to be considered, the bid quotation reply section shall be executed completely and correctly and
returned in a sealed envelope clearly displaying the contract number, by Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 2:00
P. M. (Local Time).
Bids shall be submitted to:
STATE OF DELAWARE
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
DIVISION OF WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP
89 KINGS HIGHWAY
DOVER, DE 19901
Please review and follow the information and instructions contained in the general and special provisions section
of the invitation. Should you need additional information, please contact CHARLES E. WILLIAMS, II at 302-739-
9921 or at charles.williams@state.de.us.
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STATE OF DELAWARE
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
DIVISION OF WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
DIVISION OF WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP
I. DEFINITIONS
AND
GENERAL PROVISIONS
The attached Definitions and General Provisions apply to all contracts and are part of each invitation to bid. The
requirement to furnish a bid bond and performance bond is applicable unless waived in the Special Provisions.
Should the General Provisions conflict with the Special Provisions, the Special Provisions shall prevail. Bidders or
their authorized representatives are required to fully acquaint themselves as to State procurement laws and
regulations prior to submitting bid.
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STATE OF DELAWARE
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
DIVISION OF WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP
DEFINITIONS
Whenever the following terms are used, their intent and meaning shall be interpreted as follows:
STATE: The State of Delaware
AGENCY: State Agency as noted on cover sheet.
BIDDER OR VENDOR: Any individual, firm, or corporation formally submitting a proposal for the material or work
contemplated, acting directly or through a duly authorized representative.
BIDDER'S DEPOSIT: The security designated in the proposal to be furnished by the bidder as a guaranty of good
faith to enter into a contract with the Agency if the work to be performed or the material or equipment to be furnished
is awarded to the bidder.
BID INVITATION: The "bid invitation" or "invitation to bid" is a packet of material sent to vendors and consists of
General Provisions, Special Provisions, specifications, and enclosures.
BOND: The approved form of security furnished by the Vendors and its surety as a guaranty of good faith on the
part of the Vendor to execute the work in accordance with the terms of the contract.
CONTRACT: The written agreement covering the furnishing and delivery of material or work to be performed.
CONTRACTOR: Any individual, firm, or corporation with whom a contract is made by the Agency.
DESIGNATED OFFICIAL: The agent authorized to act for the Agency.
GENERAL PROVISIONS: General Provisions are instructions pertaining to contracts in general. They contain, in
summary, requirements of laws of the State, policies of the Agency, and instructions to vendors.
ITB: Invitation to Bid.
LOCAL TIME: Eastern Standard Time/Eastern Daylight Time
PROPOSAL: The offer of the bidder submitted on the approved form and setting forth the bidder's prices for
performing the work or supplying the material or equipment described in the specifications.
SPECIAL PROVISIONS: Special Provisions are specific conditions or requirements peculiar to the contract under
consideration and are supplemental to the General Provisions. Should the Special Provisions conflict with the
General Provisions, the Special Provisions shall prevail.
SURETY: The corporate body which is bound with and for the contract, or which is liable, and which engages to be
responsible for the contractor's payments of all debts pertaining to and for its acceptable performance of the work
for which it has contracted.
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STATE OF DELAWARE
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
DIVISION OF WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP
SECTION A - GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. BID INVITATION
See "Definitions".
2. PROPOSAL FORMS
The invitation to bid shall contain pre-printed forms for use by the vendor in submitting its bid. The forms shall
contain basic information such as description of the item and the estimated quantities and shall have blank
spaces for use by the vendor for entering information such as unit bid price, total bid price, etc.
3. INTERPRETATION OF ESTIMATES
The attention of bidders is called to the fact that, unless stated otherwise, any quantities given in the proposal
form are to be considered to be approximate only and are given as a basis for the comparison of bids. The
Agency may increase or decrease the amount of any item as may be deemed necessary or expedient, during
the period of the contract.
An increase or decrease in the quantity for any item is not sufficient ground for an increase or decrease in the
unit price.
4. SILENCE OF SPECIFICATIONS
The apparent silence of the specifications as to any detail, or the apparent omission from it of detailed description
concerning any point, shall be regarded as meaning that only the best commercial practice is to prevail and only
material and workmanship of the first quality are to be used. Proof of specifications compliance will be the
responsibility of the vendor.
5. EXAMINATION OF SPECIFICATIONS AND PROVISIONS
The bidder shall examine carefully the proposal and the contract forms for the material contemplated. The
bidder shall investigate and satisfy itself as to the conditions to be encountered, quality and quantities of the
material to be furnished, and the requirements of the Special Provisions and the contract. The submission of a
proposal shall be conclusive evidence that the bidder has made examination of the aforementioned conditions.
6. PREPARATION OF PROPOSAL
a. The bidder's proposal shall be written in ink or typewritten on the form provided.
b. If items are listed with a zero quantity, bidder shall state unit price ONLY (intended for open end purchases
where estimated requirements are not known). The proposal shall show a total bid price for each item bid
and the total bid price of the proposal excluding zero quantity items.
7. PRICES QUOTED
The prices quoted are those for which the material will be furnished F.O.B. Ordering Agency and include all
charges that may be imposed during the period of the contract.
All prices must be quoted in U.S. Dollars.
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