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Outer Banks Scenic Byway Interpretive Plan Contract #2 Signage Installation

  • Department:Finance
  • Start Date:08/11/2017 9:38 a.m.
  • Close Date:TBD


County of Dare, North Carolina

Outer Banks National Scenic Byway Interpretive Plan

Contract #2 Signage Installation Project


Dare, Hyde and Carteret Counties, NC



             Sealed bids for the Outer Banks National Scenic Byway Interpretive Plan: Contract #2 -Interpretive Plan Signage Installation Project in Dare, Hyde and Carteret Counties, North Carolina will be accepted by Dare County until 1:30 pm, on September 7, 2017.

            Bids will be received by County Purchasing Agent Mr. Dustin Peele at Dare County’s Administrative Office, Room 168, 954 Marshall C. Collins Dr., Manteo, NC 27954, at which time all bids will be opened publicly and read aloud. Bidders and interested parties may be present.

            The scope of work for the project includes the installation of Interpretive Plan elements along the entire Outer Banks National Scenic Byway within the counties of Dare, Hyde and Carteret, North Carolina. The signage elements including all fiberglass panels and their respective frames will be provided by the County and will be procured under a separate material procurement contract. The Project includes installing all propose signage elements as depicted on the Project plans and documents. This contract includes some gravel drive enhancements and the construction of a wooden Kiosk shelter at the Carteret County Gateway Site and a short sidewalk at the Dare County Visitors Center..

            Sealed bids may be mailed to Dustin Peele, Purchasing Agent, Dare County, P.O. Box 1000, Manteo, NC 27954. It is the bidder’s responsibility to make sure that the bid is received at the bid opening location.

            Contract documents may be viewed at the Office of Purchasing Agent, Dare County Administrative Offices, 954 Marshall C. Collins Dr., Manteo, NC. (252) 475-5891.

            A pre-bid conference will not be held. Question will be accepted until August 31, 2017 and an Addendum will be issued on September 1, 2017, if necessary. Contractors are strongly encouraged to visit the route and review the project parameters prior to bidding.

            Electronic copies of bid documents may be obtained from Dustin Peele, Purchasing Agent, Dare County. Dustin.Peele@darenc.com (252) 475-5891. Individuals or firms requesting Contract Documents and Drawings shall provide the following information: company name, contact person, street address, phone and fax numbers and email addresses for the bidding office, N.C. contractor’s license number with any limitations, and indication if the firm will be a bidder, supplier or subcontractor.

            All Contractors submitting bids shall possess a valid North Carolina Contractor's License and be pre-qualified by NCDOT.  Bids shall be accompanied by a certified check payable to Dare County or an acceptable bid bond in the amount of 5 percent of the total bid. A Certificate of General Liability Insurance (in accordance with Article 107-15 of the NCDOT Standard Specifications) and proof of Workers Compensation Insurance shall be attached to each bid for consideration. 

            The successful bidder must furnish a Payment and Performance and Materialman's bond on some surety company authorized to do business in the State of North Carolina for the full amount of the contract price prior to execution of project contract.

            The project will be awarded based on the lowest responsive, responsible bid as outlined in the project’s contract documents.

            Bidders are notified that they must have proper license under state laws governing respective trades. Further, general contractors are hereby notified that Chapter 87, Article 1, North Carolina General Statutes will be observed in receiving and awarding general contracts.

            Dare County reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals and to enter into any contract deemed to be in the best interest of the county as allowed by North Carolina General Statutes.

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