To view a solicitation, click on the associated bid number. Any applicable plans or specification documents will be provided through a link under the associated solicitation name. Please note that the College does not provide solicitation documents in an alternate format from those posted on this site.
Prospective bidders or offerors are solely responsible for obtaining any addenda which are issued. All addenda will be posted on this page. Addenda to solicitations often occur shortly prior to bid or proposal opening (sometimes within as little as 48 hours). It is the potential Contractor's responsibility to frequently visit this website to obtain Addenda.
All bids and proposal responses must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked "BID ENCLOSED" along with the bid number and description. Please use the appropriate label included in the solicitation document. The information posted for dates and times on this webpage is provided for convenience. It is the offerors responsibility to ensure that bids or proposals are delivered to the Finance Office prior to the scheduled opening time stated in the applicable solicitation document. Responses to solicitations may not be returned via the Internet, facsimile, or by any other electronic method unless otherwise specified in the bid document.
The College reserves the right to reject any and all bids or proposals, and to award the contract in its entirety, or in part, whichever in its opinion best serves the interest of the College.
|Bid Number||Solicitation Name (and related documents, if any)||Addendum||Pre-Bid Conference||Bid Due Date|
Facility Renewal Project - Mechanical Pipe Replacement
|July 15, 2021 at 11:30 a.m.|
August 12, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
|22P-002||College Employee Portal||None||August 20, 2021 at 2:30 p.m.|
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