BID NO. 21 – 04 Various Streets – 2020 – Hoboken City of Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey

BID NO. 21 – 04 Various Streets – 2020
BID NO. 21 – 04


Sealed  bids  will  be  received  by  an  authorized  representative  of  the  City  of  Hoboken,  94 Washington  Street,  Hoboken, New Jersey 07030  in the  County of  Hudson  and State of  New Jersey on August 1 0 ,  2 02 1  at 2:00 pm prevailing time, and then publicly opened and read aloud for:

BID NO. 21 – 04 - Various Streets – 2020 – Hoboken City of Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey

The City of Hoboken is soliciting bids for: Various Streets – 2020 - Hoboken The  work  contemplated  under  this  Contract  shall  be  completed  on  or  before 90 days  after Notice  to  Proceed. Copies of  plans, specifications, and contract documents will be on file for public  inspection  and may  be  obtained  on compact disc upon payment $300 said sum  not refundable, at Bright View Engineering, 651 Old Mount Pleasant Avenue, Suite 100, Livingston, New Jersey 07039, or call Courtney Hofmann at 973 525 3993 to request bid package download instructions via email request, chofmann@bvengr.com, (you must call for instructions and email requests must be

confirmed) download free of charge (alternate: John Jahr at 732 236 7557, jjjahr@bvengr.com).  All inquiries must be made between  the  hours  of  9:00  a.m.  and  4:00

p.m.  prevailing  time,  Monday  through Friday, excluding legal holidays.

Bids  shall  be  made  upon  the  prescribed  forms,  furnished  with  the  Contract  Drawings  and Specifications,  including the  non-collusion affidavit  and  ownership  statement  compliance form and must be accompanied by a Consent of Surety and a certified check, cashier's check, or Bid Bond   of   not   less   than   ten   (10%)   percent   of   the   amount   bid   and,   not   to   exceed $20,000.00.  Such checks and Bonds shall be made payable to the Owner and will be held as a Guarantee  that  in  the  event  the  Bid  is  accepted  and  a  Contract  awarded  to  the  bidder,  the Contract shall be duly executed and its performance properly secured.   The successful

bidder shall furnish and deliver to the Owner a performance and payment bond in the amount of 100 percent  of  the  accepted  bid  amount  as  security for  the faithful  performance  and  payment  of the Contract.   Further, the successful bidder must furnish the policies or Certificates of Insurance required by the Contract.  In default thereof, said checks and the amount represented  thereby will  be  forfeited  to  the  aforesaid  Owner  as  liquidated  damages.  Bids must  be  accompanied, in  the  case  of  corporations  not  chartered  in  New  Jersey,  by  proper certificate that such corporation is authorized to do business in the State of New Jersey.

Pursuant  to  P.L.  2019,  c.406,  a  contractor  that  is  debarred  from  contracting  with  a  federal government agency, along with any affiliates of the debarred contractor, is now prohibited from contracting for “public work” with any State or local government entity.   This prohibition applies to all entities subject to the Local Public Contracts Law or Public School Contracts Law, as well as to county colleges.

Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 10:5-31 et seq. and N.J.A.C. 17:27  regarding equal employment opportunity, as amended.   All corporations and partnerships  must  comply  with Chapter  33,  of the  P.L.  of 1977,  regarding  disclosure of partners  and  stockholders.  Each  bid  must  be  enclosed  in  a  sealed  envelope  bearing  the name and address of the bidder, addressed to the Owner and labeled for the BID NO. 21- 04.

The  successful  bidder  will  be  required  to  comply with  all  provisions  of  prevailing  wage  rates as determined by the New Jersey Department of Labor.

All bids shall be irrevocable, not subject to withdrawal and shall stand available for a period of sixty (60) days.

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids pursuant to applicable law and regulations, to waive informalities or irregularities in the bids received and to accept the bid from the lowest, responsive and responsible bidder.

To protect the health and safety of everyone, vendors are encouraged to submit their proposals via certified mail or overnight delivery.


AL B. Dineros, QPA, Purchasing Agent

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