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IFB 032017 - Chemical Treatment of Invasive Phragmites

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Basic Information

Reference Number

0000164588

Issuing Organization

Bay County

Owner Organization

Bay County

Solicitation Type

IFB - Invitation for Bid

Solicitation Number

IFB 032017

Title

Chemical Treatment of Invasive Phragmites

Source ID

PU.AG.USA.2092.C6020451

Details

Region

United States, Michigan, Bay County

Piggyback Contract

No

Dates

Publication

07/14/2017 03:12 PM EDT

Question Acceptance Deadline

07/21/2017 05:00 PM EDT

Questions are submitted online

Yes

Closing Date

08/04/2017 01:00 PM EDT

Contact Information

Frances Moore

989-895-4037

mooref@baycounty.net

Description

The Bay County Environmental Affairs and Community Development Department (EA&CD) and its partners: Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, Hampton Township, Consumers Energy, Tuscola County, Tuscola Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and the Saginaw Bay Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) Coordinator, and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) aims to take a comprehensive approach in treating Phragmites, and control its growth in sensitive nearshore areas.  Bids are being sought for land based application of chemical treatment of Phragmites infested shoreline acreage in Arenac, Bay and Tuscola Counties.  The proposed treatment will be a second (2nd) year application of chemical treatment in an approximately 600 total acre area divided into three geographic areas: Arenac County- Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Lands; Bay County Hampton Township Lands and Tuscola County Vanderbilt Park lands. Treatment must be done prior to any hard killing frost, preferably between August 15th and September 15th.  The work is to be quoted as a fixed price for treatment per location, based on the density and prevalence of Phragmites at the site at the time of bidding (July of 2017).  Significant die off of Phragmites following the first year treatment is expected to result in sparse and/or reduced densities of the Phragmites plants.  Proposers should not anticipate that the entire acreage will need to receive treatment or propose chemical coverage of the entire previously treatment site. Digital maps will be provided to the contractor to assure accurate treatment and site location boundaries.
 

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Buyer’s Requirements

General Requirements

- Bid Deposit Required

- Insurance Required

- License Required

- Safety Standards Plan

Award Requirements

- All or None Award

Bonding Requirements

- Bid Bond

5 %

Bid Submission Process

Bid Submission Type

Physical Bid Submission