Bid: PWC2021007 / Sale of Surplus Property

Agency: City of Fayetteville
State: North Carolina
Level of Government: State & Local
  • 99 - Miscellaneous
Opps ID: NBD12150845145839356
Posted Date: Jul 30, 2020
Due Date: Aug 12, 2020
Solicitation No: PWC2021007
Source: Members Only

Bid: PWC2021007 / Sale of Surplus Property
Bid Date: August 12, 2020 at 2:00pm

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P.O. BOX 1089
TELEPHONE (910) 483-1401
July 29, 2020
The Fayetteville Public Works Commission, hereinafter referred to as Commission, manages and
controls various pieces of equipment. As the legal title holder of equipment, the Commission has
approved sale of the equipment by sealed bid. The equipment consists of four (4) surplus substation
type 20 MVA transformers.
Sealed bids for the equipment are solicited and will be received in the Administration Building
Conference Room 107, 1st Floor, Fayetteville Public Works Commission (PWC), 955 Old Wilmington
Road, Fayetteville, NC 28301, ATTN: Shelby Lesane no later than 2:00p.m., Wednesday, August 12th,
2020, and then publicly opened and read. Bidders are to mail or deliver their Proposals as follows:
Public Works Commission; Attn: Shelby Lesane, Procurement Advisor; 955 Old Wilmington Road;
Fayetteville, NC 28301. On request, PWC will provide prospective Bidders access to conduct a visual
examination of the equipment and their current location. Requests to conduct a site visit should be
submitted via email to
The record of bids shall be reported to the Commission. The Commission will determine the highest
responsible bidder for the Equipment and will award the bid. Individual bid prices must be submitted
for each item. PWC will not accept a total lump sum bid price for all four items. PWC may award to
one or more bidders.
Within ten (10) days of execution of a sales agreement, the winning bidder shall provide a certificate
of insurance that provides the insurance coverage below. The following insurance coverages shall be
placed with insurance companies authorized to do business in the State of North Carolina and rated A
minus VII or better by the current edition of Best’s Key Rating Guide or otherwise approved in writing
by PWC. The insurance requirements are as follows:
1. Commercial general liability insurance with a combined single limit of liability of not less than
$1,000,000 for each occurrence of bodily injury and/or property damage and an annual aggregate of
liability of not less than $2,000,000 for bodily injury and/or property damage, and an annual
aggregate of liability of not less than $2,000,000 for Completed Operations and Products Liability.
2. Automobile Liability automobile liability insurance with limits not less than $100,000 each person
and $300,000 each accident for bodily injury and property damage.
3. Workers' Compensation and Employers' Liability Insurance as required by the laws of the State of
North Carolina.
Contractor shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless PWC and its Commissioners, officers,
employees, agents and representatives (“Indemnitees”) from and against all claims, actions,
liabilities, damages, losses, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, injury to or death of any
persons and damage to property, economic and consequential damages and attorneys’ fees)
asserted by third parties against one or more of the Indemnitees arising out of negligent or willful
acts, violations of law, errors or omissions or breach of the obligations set forth in this Agreement by
Contractor or any of its employees, agents, representatives, and subcontractors. Contractor’s
obligation to indemnify and hold harmless the Indemnitees shall survive the termination of this
Agreement and shall include the duty to pay for the reasonable attorney’s fees and costs associated
with defending the Indemnitee(s) by the legal counsel of each Indemnitee’s choice.
Contractor hereby acknowledges that "E-Verify" is the federal E-Verify program operated by the US
Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies which is used to verify the work
authorization of newly hired employees pursuant to federal law and in accordance with Article 2,
Chapter 64 of the North Carolina General Statutes. Contractor further acknowledges that all
employers, as defined by Article 2, Chapter 64 of the North Carolina General Statutes, must use E-
Verify and after hiring an employee to work in the United States, shall verify the work authorization
of the employee through E-Verify in accordance with NCGS §64-26(a). Contractor hereby pledges,
attests and warrants through execution of this Agreement that Provider complies with the
requirements of Article 2, Chapter 64 of the North Carolina General Statutes and further pledges,
attests and warrants that all subcontractors currently employed by or subsequently hired by Provider
shall comply with all E-Verify requirements. Failure to comply with the above requirements shall be
considered a breach of this Agreement. Contractor hereby further acknowledges that the execution
and delivery of this Agreement constitutes Contractor’s certification to PWC and to the North
Carolina State Treasurer that, as of the date of the effective date of this Agreement, Contractor is not
listed on (a) the Final Divestment List created and maintained by the North Carolina Department of
State Treasurer pursuant to the Iran Divestment Act of 2015, Chapter 147, Article 6E of the General
Statutes of North Carolina (the “Iran Divestment Act”); or (b) the list of companies that the North
Carolina State Treasurer determines to be engaged in a boycott of Israel in accordance with Article
6G of Chapter 147 of the General Statutes of North Carolina. Contractor also shall at all times during
the term of this Agreement comply with Executive Order 11246, including but not limited to the
Equal Opportunity Clause requirements set forth in 41 C.F.R. § 60-1.4. Contractor shall abide by the
requirements of 41 CFR 60–300.5(a) and 60–741.5(a) prohibiting discrimination against qualified
individuals on the basis of protected veteran status or disability and requiring affirmative action by
covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified
protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Trent Ensley
Procurement Manager
The plate data, oil PCB sample results and photos for all these units are included in bid
documents. Bids may be submitted on any or all of the units. Please bid separate
prices for each unit and not as a package. This is a sale of assets and bid amounts
reflect the prices that will be paid to PWC for these units.
Cono #568 – GE 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #G-860609A
Cono #570 – GE 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #G860643A
Cono #596 – ASEA 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #A6937 – Hogan Street
Cono #597 – ASEA 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #A6719
It will be the purchaser’s responsibilities to handle the removal/disposal of the oils, any
bushings, radiators and crane services required for transport. Pickup requirements and/or
onsite scrapping processes are flexible and can be coordinated as needed.
Cono #596 ASEA 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #A6937
This transformer is located separately from our Warehouse Yard location. It is onsite at our
Hogan Street Substation and is scheduled to be replaced. PWC will provide crane services
for this transformer if removal of the surplus transformer and installation of the new
transformer can be coordinated to happen simultaneously. This would require the
contractor who is awarded the removal to closely coordinate with PWC on a mutually
agreeable date ensuring that all required assets are on site for both removal and
installation. The bidders are may also submit a bid for on-site scrapping and removal.
Whether bidding to load and transport the unit intact or bid for on-site scrapping and
removal, bidders are required to stipulate option selected for this transformer to allow for
proper planning and scheduling. Bidders are required to provide all transportation and
because of time sensitivity to remove, provide an estimated removal/scrap date. PWC
Hogan Street Safety Plan and Spill Containment are attached which include PWC
requirements for a complete field teardown.
Transformer characteristics:
Core and Coils average weight is #40,200
Tank fittings and radiators weight #23,600
Oil capacity is 2,960 gallons of which 500 gallons are in the radiators
Total Weight per unit is listed on the attached spreadsheet
Shipping dimensions are 122” L x 103” W x 161” H with high side bushings and
radiators removed.
Proposal may be sent to the Attention of Shelby Lesane, Procurement Advisor, PWC
Operation Complex, 1st Floor, 955 Old Wilmington Road, Fayetteville, NC, 28301. Each
Proposer shall submit one (1) copy of their proposal. Questions must be submitted no later
than 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 5th, 2020, in order to allow time for issuance of addenda
if necessary.
Attached are the Safety Plans and Spill Preventation, Control, and Counter Measures Plans
documentation for Hogan Street Substation transformer removal. Attached are also the zip
files for each transformer with information
Public Works Commission reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.
Bid Form
Provide the amount that will bid to purchase the equipment listed below.
Bid Amount
Item 1. Cono #568 – GE 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #G-860609A
Days to Remove After Award Notification
On-Site Scrapping and Removal
Item 2. Cono #570 – GE 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #G860643A
Days to Remove After Award Notification
On-Site Scrapping and Removal
Item 3. Cono #596 – ASEA 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #A6937 – Hogan Street
A. Load unit intact and remove from PWC
Days to Remove After Award Notification
B. On-Site Scrapping and Removal
Days to Remove After Award Notification
Item 4. Cono #597 – ASEA 20MVA, 3 Phase, SN #A6719_
Days to Remove After Award Notification
On-Site Scrapping and Removal
1.0 Protection to Persons and Property
The Contractor shall at all times take all reasonable precautions for the safety of
employees on the work and of the public, and shall comply with all applicable provisions
of Federal, State, and Municipal safety laws and building and construction codes, as well
as the safety rules and regulations of the Commission. All machinery and equipment
and other physical hazards shall be guarded in accordance with the "Manual of Accident
Prevention in Construction" of the Associated General Contractors of America unless
such instructions are incompatible with Federal, State, or Municipal laws or regulations.
The following provisions shall not limit the generality of the above requirements:
1.1 The Contractor shall so conduct the substation construction as to cause the least
possible obstruction of public highways or streets.
1.2 The Contractor shall provide and maintain all such guard lights and other
protection for the public as may be required by applicable statutes, ordinances,
and regulations or by local conditions.
1.3 The Contractor shall do all things necessary or expedient to protect properly any
and all parallel, converging, and intersecting lines, joint line poles, highways,
railways and any and all property of others from damage, and in the event that
any such parallel, converging and intersecting lines, joint line poles, highways,
railways or other property are damaged in the course of the construction of the
line, the Contractor shall at his own expense immediately restore any or all of
such damaged property to as good a state as before such damage occurred.
1.4 The Contractor shall enter and exit the right-of-way at those locations specified
by Commission or the Engineer.
It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to maintain safe and unobstructed
control of traffic along all state roads, highways, and all other streets within the
project area. The Contractor shall obtain sufficient and suitable traffic cones,
barriers, warning signs, and other devices necessary to maintain a safe work
environment for crews and the general public. Traffic control must be provided
for in accordance with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD),
the North Carolina Department of Transportation (N.C.D.O.T.) Supplement to the
MUTCD, all local ordinances, and as approved by local and state authorities.
1.5 All ditches and access ways disturbed shall be returned to their pre-existing
condition at the end of construction.
1.6 Any and all excess earth, rock, debris, underbrush, and other useless material
shall be removed by the Contractor from the site of the work as rapidly as
practicable as the work progresses.
1.7 Before beginning work in or around any areas where underground facilities are
known to exist, the Contractor shall locate all such facilities including water,
sewer, gas, telephone and electrical lines.
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