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Basic Information

Reference Number

0000193054

Issuing Organization

Gilpin County

Owner Organization

Gilpin Extension

Solicitation Type

RFQ - Request for Quote

Solicitation Number

101

Title

Weed control in Gilpin COunty

Source ID

PU.AG.USA.807381.C8918176

Details

Region

United States, Colorado, Gilpin County

Delivery Point

Gilpin

Purchase Type

Term: 06/29/2018 12:00 AM MDT - 07/31/2018 12:00 AM MDT

Piggyback Contract

No

Dates

Publication

06/08/2018 01:27 PM MDT

Questions are submitted online

No

Closing Date

06/25/2018 02:00 PM MDT

Contact Information

Irene Shonle

303-582-9106

Irene.shonle@colostate.edu

Description

We are looking for bids for weed treatment in Gilpin County for four separate projects.  County ROW treatment (not to exceed $2,000, roads will be prioritized for treatment), and treating acreages on three private properties. The Contractor shall locate, map, treat, and monitor the following List B Noxious Weeds on the private parcels: Canada thistle (~100 acres), leafy spurge (~2 acres), oxeye daisy (~75 acres), and wild caraway (~10 acres).  Treatment to be done mostly via boom spray, but may also involve a little use of a hand gun) – not to exceed $7,000 for the three properties (unless arranged with the property owners and Extension to go over this amount).  Work will be coordinated with Gilpin Extension.
 

  1. Service/Requirements
The Contractor must:
  1. Be licensed and insured, and have a solid understanding of grazing restrictions and ROW legalities.
  2. For map data, the Contractor shall geo-reference and report accurate locations of targeted noxious weed populations and treatments associated with this project.
  3. The contractor shall use a handheld GPS-enabled device (includes phones and tablets) or website.
  4. Communicate with landowners to work out timing of treatment on private parcels.
  5. Keep track of time and not exceed maximum specified amounts, unless with prior approval.
  6. Treat the areas sometime between the end of June and end of July, coordinating with the Extension office.
  7. Illegal Aliens: As required by C.R.S. Section 8-17.5-102, the Contractor will need to certify the following: I (we) do hereby certify that, as of the date of this certification, I (we) do not knowingly employ or contract with an illegal alien and that I (we) have confirmed the employment eligibility of all employees who are newly hired for employment in the United States, through participation in the basic pilot program.
 
Please give your current hourly rate for both boom spray and hand gun, and materials fees in your bid, and any trip charges.  The work needs to happen in July.  Proposals must be submitted by June 25.
 

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Buyer’s Requirements

General Requirements

- Insurance Required

- Local Service Required

- Contractors License Required

- License Required

- Certification/Training

- Spill Containment Plan

Award Requirements

- All or None Award

Bid Submission Process

Bid Submission Type

Physical Bid Submission

Additional Bidding Instructions

Please give your current hourly rate for both boom spray and hand gun, and materials fees in your bid, and any trip charges.  The work needs to happen in July.  Proposals must be submitted by June 25.
 

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