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CAROLINE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE
INVITATION TO BIDDERS
TO DEMOLISH EXISTING CONCRETE SURFACES, TO RENOVATE EXISTING ASPHALT TENNIS COURTS, AND TO INSTALL NEW BASKETBALL COURTS, PARKING SPACES, FENCING, COURT FURNISHINGS, AND STORMWATER FACILITIES
BID NUMBER: CC-CP-021022
SEALED BIDS from QUALIFIED Sports Building and Site Work Contractors shall be accepted at the Caroline County Courthouse 109 Market Street, Rm. 123, Denton, MD 21629, until 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 10, 2022. Bids will then be opened and read aloud at 11:05 a.m.
THE SCOPE of work under this contract is to provide Caroline County with construction services, to demolish existing concrete surfaces, to renovate, existing asphalt Tennis Courts, and to furnish new Basketball Courts, Walking Trails, Fencing, Parking Areas, Stormwater Facilities, and other park accessories in the Town of Greensboro Maryland 21639 and in strict accordance with the solicitation documents. The work shall be completed by a Qualified Sports Building and Site Work Contractor with a minimum of (5) Five years’ experience in hard surface sports court design, construction, renovation, and replacement. Contractors must also be a member in good standing with the American Sports Builder Association, a Douglas Sports Certified installer, a SportsMaster systems certified installer, and provide (5) Five professional references or referrals to be considered for the project. The work shall be completed within One Hundred Twenty (120) calendar days of Notice to Proceed.
DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS for the proposal may be obtained from the Caroline County, Department of Recreation and Parks, c/o Mark Lasocha, 107 S. Fourth St., Denton, MD 21629 (410) 479-8120.
PRE-BID MEETING shall be held at the project site at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 26, 2022, at the project site located at Ober Community Park, Horsey Road, Greensboro Maryland 21639. Participation in the pre-bid meeting is not mandatory but is strongly recommended.
CAROLINE COUNTY reserves the right, without qualification, to reject or accept any or all bids, or any portions thereof, when in their reasoned judgment the public will be better served thereby.