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ITB-SH17-034 - Demolition Services at Multiple Locations


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Basic Information

Reference Number

0000166108

Issuing Organization

City of Sterling Heights

Owner Organization

City Development

Solicitation Type

ITB - Invitation to Bid

Solicitation Number

ITB-SH17-034

Title

Demolition Services at Multiple Locations

Source ID

PU.AG.USA.1082.C6046551

Details

Region

United States, Michigan, Macomb County

Delivery Point

After award

Piggyback Contract

No

Dates

Publication

08/11/2017 05:00 PM EDT

Question Acceptance Deadline

08/22/2017 04:00 PM EDT

Questions are submitted online

No

Closing Date

08/29/2017 02:30 PM EDT

Contact Information

James Buhlinger

shpurchasing@sterling-heights.net

Description

The City of Sterling Heights, Michigan is accepting sealed bids for DEMOLITION SERVICES AT MULTIPLE LOCATIONS.

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Buyer’s Requirements

General Requirements

- Insurance Required

- FOB Destination

Bonding Requirements

- Performance Bond

2500 $

Bid Submission Process

Bid Submission Type

Electronic and Physical Bid Submission

Pricing

In attached document

Pricing

In attached document

Bid Documents List
Item Name Description Mandatory
Bid Documents Documents defining the proposal Yes
Additional Bidding Instructions

Municipalities are exempt from Michigan State Sales and Federal Excise taxes. Do not include such taxes in your bid price. The City will furnish the successful contractor with tax exemption certificates when requested. The following exception shall apply to installation projects. When sales tax is charged to the successful contractor for materials to be installed during the project, that cost shall be included in the bid cost and not charged as a separate item. The City is not tax exempt in this case and cannot issue an exemption certificate. If you are unfamiliar with your sales and use tax obligations, please contact the Michigan Department of Treasury for directions, including any applicable Revenue Administrative Bulletins (i.e. 1999-2 and any subsequent replacements / updates).

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