Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

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(Published By The Journal Record

December 21 28, 1994.)




Notice is hereby given that The City of Oklahoma City will receive and open sealed bids for the construction of: Fire Station No. 37 Project No. MB-0329 in the Office of the City Clerk, 2nd Floor, Municipal Building, 200 N. Walker, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, until 4:00 P.M., on the 17th day of January, 1995. Bids shall be opened at the above stated time for receipt of bids or as soon thereafter as practicable.

Bids shall be made in accordance with this Notice to Bidders and the Bidding Documents which are on file and available for examination and may be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk upon a deposit of $50.00 per set, all of which will be retained by the City; however, said deposit will be refunded to any bidder upon return of the Bidding Documents in good condition within seven (7) days after bids are opened. The Bidding Documents are incorporated herein by reference.

Bidders shall be prequalified for the specific type or types of construction, as provided in the "Standard Specifications for the Construction of Public Improvements." Unless such requirement is waived in the Standard Provisions or by action of the Council, the City Clerk shall return submissions from prospective bidders who are not so prequalified.

When required by the Standard Provisions of the Bidding Documents, bids shall also be made in accordance with the prevailing hourly rate of wages for this locality and project as determined by the Commissioner of Labor and filed with the Secretary of State, in accordance with the provisions of Title 40 Oklahoma Statutes (1991), Sections 196.1-196.14, as amended, which prevailing hourly rate of wages is made a part of this notice by reference as though fully set forth herein.

Bids filed with the City Clerk in his office shall be publicly opened in Room 408, Municipal Building, 200 N. Walker Avenue, by the Bid Committee consisting of the Purchasing Agent, the City Clerk, and the City Auditor or their designees at the time stated above or later. A contract based on such a bid may not be awarded until the bids have been on file for at least forty-eight hours. …

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