ADDENDUM No. 5

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ADDENDUM No. 5
TO:
Prospective Bidders
FROM:
Kate Reid, Engineering Contracts Specialist
DATE:
November 18, 2014
PROJECT:
LYNX Blue Line Extension Northeast Corridor Light Rail Project
Contract 6: Station Finishes
CATS Project Number: 13-0021
Bid Number: BM2014-284
The following items are being issued herein for modification and clarification to the Bid Requirements for the project referenced
above. All Bidders shall acknowledge this Addendum within their submittal.
MODIFICATIONS TO SPECIFICATIONS
The following Specification Section has been modified by this Addendum:
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The project has been re-advertised in conformity with North Carolina General Statute §143-132. Bids will
be accepted on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 3:30 PM.
NOTES
Submit any questions, requests for interpretation, or requests for clarifications by e-mail immediately upon receipt of this
Addendum to Kate Reid [email protected] and Edward Mobley [email protected]
END OF ADDENDUM NO. 5
Project Number: 13-0021
Project Name: LYNX BLE CONTRACT 6: STATION FINISHES
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The City of Charlotte (hereinafter the “City”) will receive sealed bids for the following Project:
PROJECT NAME:
LYNX Blue Line Extension Station Finishes
PRE-BID DATE AND TIME:
Not Applicable
BID DUE DATE AND TIME:
BID OPENING LOCATION:
Tuesday, December 9, 2014, AT 3:30 PM (ET)
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
th
12 Floor, Room 1201
600 East Fourth Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
The BLE Station Finishes contract includes eleven stations as part of the LYNX Blue Line Extension. On-grade
structural concrete will support the concrete topping slab on the station platforms. Amenities on the station
include steel structure pedestrian canopies, steel benches, aluminum windscreens, tree grates, bicycle canopies
and bike racks, masonry pavers, signage, irrigation system, steel handrails, a comfort station at the UNC Charlotte
Main Station, electrical service panels, grounding, conduit, station canopy lighting, and light poles. The City will
supply various art pieces at each station to be installed and coordinated in this contract.
Bidding Documents, which includes a printed copy of one (1) Project Manual and one (1) full-size Plan set and one
(1) DVD containing PDF files, are available for a non-refundable charge of $525.00 at the following:
Duncan-Parnell, Inc.
900 South McDowell Street, Charlotte, NC 28204
Phone: 704.372.7766
Fax: 704.333.3845
Email: michae[email protected]
Contact: Michaela Bruinius
Bidders must be properly licensed under North Carolina state law to perform the Work. A 5% bid security is
required with each Bid that equals or exceeds $300,000. The estimated cost of this Project is $16,733,000.
For information regarding this Invitation to Bid, contact as follows:
Kate Reid, Engineering Contracts Specialist
600 East Fourth St, Charlotte NC 28202
Direct Phone: 704.336.3641
Main Phone: 704.336.2992
Email: [email protected]
Preferred Method
Please submit written questions or inquiries at least seven (7) calendar days before the Bid Due Date. Questions or
inquiries past this deadline may not be addressed by the City prior to the Bid Due Date.
The City of Charlotte reserves the right to reject any and all Bids and to waive any informalities or technicalities as
it may deem to be in its best interest.
The Contract entered into by and between the successful Bidder and the City will be subject to the requirements of
a financial assistance contract between the City and the U.S. Department of Transportation (US-DOT). The
Contractor, and his Subcontractors performing Work will be required to comply with federal statutes and
regulations including but not limited to: 49 CFR Part 26; the Occupational Safety and Health Standards and the
Safety and Health Regulations for Construction, 29 CFR Parts 1910 and 1926; the Davis-Bacon Act; the AntiKickback Act; the Contract Work Hours Standards; and the President’s Executive Orders No. 11246 and No. 11375.
The City will act to ensure that Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBE) have an equitable opportunity to compete
in contracting activities.
A contract goal of
7.3% DBE participation has been established for this Contract.
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