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Bid Title: Demolition of Bldg 107 County Line Rd, Belton, Mo
Category: Commission
Status: Open

Description:

CASS COUNTY, MISSOURI

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

 PRE-DEMOLITION ASBESTOS NESHAP INSPECTION

Cass County, Missouri will accept sealed bids for the Demolition of Buildings located at 107 County Line Road until Noon, November  1, 2021 at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud.   Bids must be received in an envelope marked “Demolition Bids” at the Old Historic Courthouse, 3rd Floor (Commission Secretary), 102 East Wall Street, Harrisonville, Missouri.

 

The Invitation to Bid document may be examined at the office of the County Commission at the above address.  Copies may also be obtained at the above address.   You can also view the document on the County’s website.  

 

The County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any or all bids.  Each bidder must deposit a bid security in the amount, form and subject to the conditions provided in the Information for Bidders.  No bidder may withdraw a bid within 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof.

Publication Date/Time:
9/28/2021 9:30 AM
Closing Date/Time:
11/1/2021 12:00 PM
Qualifications:
INVITATION TO BID
Cass County, Missouri

Cass County, Missouri will accept sealed bids for the Demolition of Buildings located at 107 County Line Road until Noon, November 1, 2021 at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids must be received in an envelope marked “Demolition Bids” at the Old Historic Courthouse, 3rd Floor (Commission Secretary), 102 East Wall Street, Harrisonville, Missouri.

Bid Terms and Conditions:

1. All Bids shall remain open for sixty (60) days after the day of the Bid Opening. The Contractor shall complete the project within 120 days from the date that the Notice to Proceed is issued.

2. The County: i) reserves the right to reject any or all proposals/bids; ii) may waive any irregularity in proposals if in the County’s best interests; iii) shall award the bid based upon its determination of the lowest and best bidder.

3. Unauthorized Alien Affidavit. Bidders are also informed that pursuant to Section 285.530, RSMo, each bidder shall, by sworn affidavit and provisions of documentation, affirm its enrollment and participation in a federal work authorization program with respect to the employees working in connection to the contracted services. Each bidder shall also sign an affidavit affirming that it does not knowingly employ any person who is an unauthorized alien in connection to the work on the projects.

4. Safety Standards and Accident Prevention. With respect to all work performed under this contract, the Contractor shall:

a. Comply with the safety standards provisions of applicable laws, building and construction codes, and the "Manual of Accident Prevention in Construction" published by the Associated General Contractors of America, the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, and the requirements of Section 292.675, RSMo

b. Exercise every precaution at all times for the prevention of accidents and the protection of persons (including employees) and property.

c. Maintain at Contractor’s office or other well known place at the job site, all articles necessary for giving first aid to the injured, and shall make arrangements for the immediate removal to a hospital or a doctor's care of persons (including employees), who may be injured on the job site.

d. Bidders are informed that the Project is subject to the requirements of Section 292.675, RSMo, which requires all contractors or subcontractors doing work on the Project to provide, and require its on-site employees to complete, a ten (10) hour course in construction safety and health approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) or a similar program approved by the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations which is at least as stringent as an approved OSHA program. The training must be completed within sixty (60) days of the date of work on the Project commences. On-site employees found on the worksite without documentation of the required training shall have twenty (20) days to produce such documentation.

5. Insurance. The successful Contractor shall not commence operations, and/or labor to complete this project, until certificates of insurance are provided with the coverage described below.

Commercial General Liability Insurance: Bodily Injury or Death/Property Damage: $1,000,000 occurrence/$2,000,000 aggregate.

Comprehensive Automobile and Truck Liability (Owner—Leased—Non-Owned & Hired) - Bodily Injury or Death / Property Damage- $ 1,000,000.00 – Combined Single Limit (each accident).

Workmen’s Compensation Insurance - State (Statutory) & Employer’s Liability ($1,000,000.00).

Cass County shall be named as an additional insured.

6. Pollution Control. Under the Clean Air Act and promulgated National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), Asbestos was designated a hazardous air pollutant, and standards were set for its use and control. Demolition of certain buildings and structures was determined to be a significant source of asbestos emissions. Contractors are required under Section 114(a) of the Clean Air Act to allow EPA personnel to freely enter facilities or demolition sites, review records, inspect any demolition method, and sample or observe any omissions. All demolition must be undertaken in compliance with the applicable provisions of the Clean Air Act and 40 C.F.R. Section 61.22(d). The Successful Bidder is responsible for compliance with NESHAP. The Successful Bidder shall complete and submit “Notification of Intent to Renovate or Demolish” form to the NESHAP Asbestos Program of Missouri’s Air Pollution Control Program and provide a copy to the Presiding Commissioner. Missouri law requires notifications to be submitted at least 10 working days in advance of the project start date. Asbestos inspection has already occurred. A copy of the inspection report is attached. The Contractor shall be responsible for proper abatement including but not limited to proper removal and disposal of all materials containing asbestos, all in compliance with federal and state law. The County’s preference is for the Contractor to be qualified to perform any needed asbestos removal and disposal, but the County will consider a bid with this scope of work being performed by a subcontractor.

7. Contract Execution. The bidder to whom the Contract is awarded shall, within five (5) business days after the notice of award, enter into a written contract with the County. Failure to execute a contract will be considered abandonment of the award, the County shall have no further obligation to that bidder, and the County may retain the bid bond.

8. Bid Security. Each bid must be accompanied by a bid bond payable to the County for five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid. A certified check made payable to “Cass County Treasurer” may be used in lieu of a bid bond. Attorneys-in-fact who sign bid bonds must file with each bond a certified and effectively dated copy of their power of attorney. As soon as the bid prices have been compared, the County will return the bonds of all except the three (3) lowest responsible bidders. The bid bond of the remaining bidders will be retained by the County until the earlier of (a) the 91st day after the bid opening, or (b) execution and delivery of the Agreement together with all bonds, evidence of insurance, work authorization affidavit and other documents required under the Agreement by the bidder to whom Notice of Award is given. The Bid Security shall be forfeited to the County if the bidder to whom an award is made fails to enter into the required contract or fails to deliver the required documentation, such as bonds.

9. Liquidated Damages for Failure to Enter into Agreement. If the Bidder fails or refuses to execute the Agreement and deliver such additional documentation within five (5) business days of Notice of Award, any Bid Security shall immediately become due and payable and forfeited to the County as liquidated damages. Bidders agree that this is a fair and reasonable approximation of the actual damages incurred by the County for the Bidder’s failure to honor its bid and that the liquidated damages in this Section are not penal in nature but rather the parties’ attempt to fairly quantify the actual damages incurred by the County for the Bidder’s refusal to honor its bid.

10. Time of Completion and Liquidated Damages: Bidder must agree to commence work on or before a date to be specified in a written "Notice to Proceed" of the County and to fully complete the project within 120 consecutive Calendar Days thereafter. Bidder must agree also to pay as liquidated damages, the sum of $500.00 for each consecutive calendar day thereafter as hereinafter provided in the Agreement and Contract Documents. No time extensions will be granted, except in case of unusual (unseasonable) weather conditions or additional work requested by the County. Bidder agrees that the sum of $500.00 per day is a fair and reasonable approximation of the actual damages incurred by the County for the Bidder’s failure to complete the project within the time outlined above and that such liquidated damages in this Section are not penal in nature but rather the parties’ attempt to fairly quantify the actual damages incurred by the County for such delays.

11. Pre-Demolition Meeting. The County and Contractor shall meet as soon as practicable following the Notice to Proceed to discuss the project.

12. Security for Payment and Faithful Performance. Simultaneously with delivery of the executed contract, the Contractor shall furnish a surety bond or bonds as security for faithful performance of this contract and for the payment of all persons performing labor on the project under this contract and furnishing materials in connection with this contract. The Bond furnished by bidder shall contain the requirements and conditions set forth in and shall comply in all respects with Section 107.170 RSMo and other applicable legal requirements. The surety on such bond or bonds shall be a duly authorized surety company satisfactory to the County and shall have a rating of at least “A-” from Best’s in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price. Attorneys-in-fact who sign contract bonds must file with each bond a certified and effectively dated copy of their power of attorney.

13. Prevailing Wage. If the Project cost exceeds $75,000 then compliance with prevailing wage laws is required.

Submittal Requirements:

1. A detailed description of the bidder’s background, previous demolition experience, and 3 references.

2. Bid Sheet.

3. Evidence of Insurance.

4. Evidence of authority to do business in Missouri.

5. Affidavit of Work Authorization and Documentation form pursuant to 285.530 RSMo.

6. Bid Bond.



SCOPE OF PROJECT

The scope of the project will include the following related to the demolition and removal of all buildings located at 107 County Line Road:


1. The Contractor shall use the methods of demolition required to complete the work in accordance with all codes, ordinances and requirements of State, Federal, and local authorities. All work shall be completed within (120) calendar days from the date of the Notice to Proceed.

2. The Contract shall give written notice to the owners of the adjoining lots at least five (5) days before demolition occurs, notifying the owners of the date of demolition.

3. Demolition practice shall ensure the safety of persons and equipment and provide adequate protection of the environment. The Contractor shall take whatever steps necessary to keep the site in a clean, neat, and safe condition, control dust during demolition and removal, and to the extent practical minimize work during periods of high winds. The erection of necessary barricades, walls, fences, etc. for safety of the public shall be the responsibility of the contractor.

4. Remove and properly dispose of asbestos or other hazardous containing material as may be found during the demolition process.

5. All utility services shall be properly terminated, and sewer and water lines cut and capped. Contractor will coordinate with any utility services and provide the County with proof of disconnection of all utilities. The Contractor will be responsible for excavating and capping the sanitary sewer lateral nearest the property line, and prior to backfilling, this capping shall be inspected by the County.

6. All debris from the demolition must be removed and disposed of at an approved landfill. Location to which demolition debris will be taken must be approved to receive such debris and documentation of such submitted to the County.

7. Burning of demolition debris is not permitted on site.

8. Upon completion of demolition, the lot shall be restored to the established grades of adjacent properties and assure proper drainage of stormwater. Foundation walls and footing shall be removed to not less than twenty-four inches (24”) below finished grade. There shall not be less than six inches (6”) of dirt cover over the entire demolition site. Site must be seeded. Contractor must notify the County for final inspection.

9. Prevent track-out of mud and debris onto streets.

10. All demolition activities shall be coordinated with all utility owners and the City of Belton. Contractor shall be responsible for notifying all utility owners with facilities within the project limits prior to demolition so the utilities can be located and identified.

11. All demolition activities shall be coordinated with adjacent property owners affected by demolition of the project to assure access to their properties.

12. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary permits, and paying for any and all inspection and permit fees as required by the City.

13. The Contractor shall coordinate his/her work to ensure that the work is complete and to ensure efficient and orderly sequence of installation of demolition elements.

14. In the event certain parts of work are assigned to subcontractors, the Contractor shall be responsible to ensure each subcontractor completes work and that all interfaces between trades are properly addressed. All subcontractors shall also coordinate their work with the Owner through the Contractor.

15. The Contractor is solely responsible for all Assignments of Work among subcontractors.

16. The Contractor shall be responsible for assigning and coordinating work and ensuring that suppliers and installers are familiar with all requirements in Contract Documents relating to each item of work, regardless of location of information in Contract Documents.


JOB SITE ADMINISTRATION:
A. The Contractor, or a duly authorized representative to act for him, shall continually be present at the site of the work, whenever demolition activities are underway, for the duration of this project.

B. The Contractor shall designate, in writing, his duly authorized representative(s) at the pre-demolition meeting. The duly authorized representative(s) will be the official liaison between the County and Contractor regarding the signing of pay estimates, change orders, workday reports and other forms necessary for communication and project status inquiries. Upon project commencement, the County shall be notified, in writing, within five (5) working days of any changes in the Contractor's representative(s).

DEMOLITION SCHEDULE:

A. General: The Contractor shall prepare and maintain a demolition schedule for the duration of the project.

B. Baseline Schedule: The Contractor shall prepare a baseline schedule to be presented to the County for review at the pre-demolition meeting. The baseline demolition schedule shall be in a form approved by the County and shall include at least the following information for each significant work item during each phase of the project:

1. Beginning date of Project.
2. Ending date of Project.
3. Beginning Date of Each Phase.
4. Completion Date of Each Phase.

C. Schedule Updates: In addition to submitting a baseline project schedule, the Contractor shall update the project schedule from time-to-time and as requested by the County. The updated schedule shall show the original baseline schedule, the actual work progress and the estimated completion of each significant work item for each phase of the project.

POLLUTION CONTROL

No open burning will be permitted.

Contractor is responsible for maintaining and updating site specific Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan.

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL

A. General: Any need for temporary traffic control shall be determined by the Contractor and the project shall be done in accordance with the Missouri Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (current edition) as published by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. All temporary traffic control devices shall be in conformance with "Part 6 of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)," Current Edition and its latest revisions.

DEMOLITION

A. General: This item includes, but is not limited to, the removal and disposal of landscaping items, signs, fences, pipes, existing storm sewers, end sections and appurtenances, and all other items designated for removal in the plans or as directed by the Project Manager. All items that are inside the demolition limits, including those not listed or shown on the plans, shall be included in this item. Demolition shall be done in accordance with Section 2101 of the APWA Standard Specifications.

1. Sawcut Existing Pavement Full Depth: Where portions of the existing pavement are to be removed, the existing pavement shall be cut with a concrete saw to full depth. If the remaining pavement is chipped or cracked during sawing and removal, it shall be re-sawed behind the limits of the chip or crack. No additional payment will be made for the replacement of pavement damaged during demolition other than that shown on the plans. This is considered subsidiary to the bid item “Clearing and Grubbing.”

B. Workmanship: All removals, except for suitably sized broken pavement, shall be properly discarded off the project limits and shall not be re-used or used as an embankment material within the project limits.

CLEARING AND GRUBBING
A. General: Clearing and grubbing shall be done in accordance with Section 2101 of the APWA Standard Specifications.

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL

A. General: Erosion and sediment control shall be in accordance with APWA Standard Specifications Section 2150.

1. The Contractor is responsible for providing sufficient control of sediment and erosion to prevent migration of sediment off the demolition site throughout the duration of the project.

2. All sediment escaping the project site and entering the downstream ditches shall be removed immediately at the expense of the Contractor. If the existing vegetation is damaged by the sediment, or by the removal of the sediment, it shall be replaced with like vegetation at the expense of the Contractor.


Demolition of Buildings, 107 County Line Road

BID SHEET

Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, tools, and insurance necessary to complete the work described in the Scope of Project.


Total Bid: $_____________________________

Contractor: _______________________________________________________________

Address__________________________________________________________________

Phone ____________________________

E-mail __________________________________________________

Taxpayer ID # _____________________

Will Contractor engage subcontractors? Yes or No

Authorized Signature:

By: ______________________________________________

Name & Title (Printed) ______________________________________________

Date __________________


Work Authorization Affidavit


STATE OF MISSOURI )
) ss.
COUNTY OF _____________ )

As used in this Affidavit, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
EMPLOYEE: Any person performing work or service of any kind or character for hire within the State of Missouri.
FEDERAL WORK AUTHORIZATION PROGRAM: Any of the electronic verification of work authorization programs operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security or an equivalent federal work authorization program operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security to verify information of newly hired employees, under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), P.L. 99-603.
KNOWINGLY: A person acts knowingly or with knowledge, (a) with respect to the person’s conduct or to attendant circumstances when the person is aware of the nature of the person’s conduct or that those circumstances exist; or (b) with respect to a result of the person’s conduct when the person is aware that the person’s conduct is practically certain to cause that result.
UNAUTHORIZED ALIEN: An alien who does not have the legal right or authorization under federal law to work in the United States, as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1324a(h)(3).
BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, personally appeared ____________________, who, being duly sworn, states on his oath or affirmation as follows:
1. My name is ___________________________ and I am currently the ______________ of _____________________ (hereinafter “Contractor”), and I am authorized to make this Affidavit.
2. I am of sound mind and capable of making this Affidavit and am personally acquainted with the facts stated herein.
3. Contractor is enrolled in and participates in a federal work authorization program with respect to the employees working in connection with the Demolition of Buildings (“contracted services”) contracted between Contractor and Cass County, Missouri.
4. Contractor does not knowingly employ any person who is an unauthorized alien in connection with the contracted services set forth above.
________________________________ ____________________________
Affiant / Contractor Printed Name

Subscribed and sworn to before me this _____ day of ____________, 2021.

___________________________________________
SEAL Notary Public

Bid Bond
(Bid Security)

Re: Demolition of Buildings at 107 County Line Road, Belton, Cass County, Missouri
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
That__________________________________of__________________________________, as Principal, and_______________________ corporation, as Surety, hereby bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents unto Cass County, Missouri, as Obligee, in the sum of Dollars($ ______ ), lawful money of the United States.
WHEREAS, Principal is herewith submitting its Bid to enter into a contract with Cass County, Missouri for the above referenced project,
NOW, THEREFORE the condition of this obligation is such that if the Principal is awarded the contract the Principal will, within the time required, enter into a formal contract and give a good and sufficient surety bonds to secure the performance of the terms and conditions of the contract and for the prompt payment of all labor and material furnished in the prosecution thereof as required by the contract documents, then this obligation shall be void; otherwise the Principal and Surety will immediately pay unto the Obligee the full amount of this bond as liquidated damages for failure to fulfill the conditions of this obligation, but in no event shall the Surety’s liability exceed the penal sum hereof.
The bond must be obtained from companies holding certificates of authority as acceptable sureties (31 CFR Part 223)

IMPORTANT – Surety companies executing BONDS must appear on the Treasury Department’s most current list (Circular 580 as amended) and be authorized to transact business in Missouri.

Signed, sealed, and delivered this _____ day of ___________________________. _______.

BIDDER AND PRINCIPAL
Name, address and facsimile number of Bidder and Principal

I hereby certify that I have authority to execute
this document on behalf of Bidder and Principal.

By:
Title:
Date:

(Attach corporate seal if applicable)
SURETY
Name, address, and facsimile number of Surety:



I hereby certify that I have authority to execute this document on behalf of Surety.

By:
Title:
Date:

(Attach seal and Power of Attorney)



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