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Guildford Way Pavement Rehabilitation & Crunch Pedestrian SignalCity of Coquitlam
Guildford Way Pavement Rehabilitation & Crunch Pedestrian Signal
Invitation to Tender
Tender No. 74139
The City of Coquitlam invites tenders for Contract 74139 – Guildford Way Pavement Rehabilitation & Crunch Pedestrian Signal, generally consisting of the following, but not limited to:
- Asphalt Surface Milling - Approx. 27,000 square metres
- Asphalt Paving – Approx. 3,400 tonnes
- Miscellaneous Concrete Works
- Storm Sewer Works – Approx. 40 meters w/ 2 Catch Basins
- Pedestrian Signal and Crossing
For complete details refer to the document.
Tender Documents and Drawings are available for downloading from the City of Coquitlam website: www.coquitlam.ca/BidOpportunitiesPrinting of Tender documents and drawings is the sole responsibility of the Tenderers.
Tenders submitted must be accompanied by a copy of the original specified 10% Bid Bond and will be received:
On or Before 2:00 pm local time
Thursday July 9, 2020
(“Closing Date and Time*)
Questions are to be submitted in writing quoting the Tender number and name up to 3 business days before the closing date and sent to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tenderers are required to check the City's website for any updated information and addenda issued, before the Closing Date at the following website address: www.coquitlam.ca/BidOpportunities
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all Tenders and the lowest or any Tender may not necessarily be accepted. The City also reserves the right to cancel any request for Tender at any time without recourse by the Tenderer.
The City, prior to award of any Tender, may negotiate with the Tenderer presenting the lowest price compliant Tender, for changes in the Work, materials, specifications or conditions without having any duty or obligation to advise any other Tenderers or to allow them to modify their Tenders, and the City will have no liability to any Tenderer as a result of such negotiations or modifications.
Procurement of goods and services are in accordance with Chapter 5 of the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) and the New West partnership Agreement (NWPTA).
Date of Issue: June 18, 2020