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Last Updated 08/29/2022 05:03 PM
Project Title

Hendersonville Fire Station No. 1 and Edwards Park

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City, State (County) Hendersonville, NC 28792   (Henderson County)
Category(s) Entertainment/Recreation, Government/Public, Heavy and Highway, Sewer and Water
Sub-Category(s) Fire/Police Station, Misc. Recreational, Park/Playground, Paving/Reconstruction, Sidewalks/Parking Lot, Site Development, Water Lines
Contracting Method Competitive Bids
Project Status Construction start expected September 2022
Bids Due View project details and contacts
Estimated Value $9,500,000 [brand] Estimate
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Project Locations: 904 North Main Street, Hendersonville, NC 28792, 851 North Main Street Hendersonville, NC S&ME Project No. 218121 Edifice LLC, Construction Manager, will accept sealed bids for the Hendersonville Fire Station No. 1 and Edwards Park in Hendersonville, NC. The project is a new, 2-story fire station for the City of Hendersonville. Project will be replacing the existing fire station located on the site to accommodate growing needs for the city. Demolition of existing station will be included. Structure consists of load bearing masonry exterior walls with steel beams and decking. Interior walls are metal stud and gypsum. Exterior skin consists of brick veneer and stone veneer along with some precast, EIFS, and FRP elements. Project will include several sustainable components such as permeable pavers, future photovoltaic and rainwater collection systems. The project is located on 851 N. Main St. in Hendersonville, NC. The designer is ADW Architects. The project will also include the new Edwards Park across the street from the new fire station. Project scope for our portion of the park will consist of grading, utilities, paving, demolition, electrical/site lighting, and new concession building. Scopes included with the concession building consist of: building concrete, masonry, stone veneer, precast, glu-lam decorative trusses, casework, air barrier, mechanically seamed metal roofing, fiber cement siding, doors/frames/hardware, coiling counter doors, drywall walls and ceilings, polished concrete floor throughout, tile on bathroom wet walls, interior/exterior painting, toilet partitions & accessories, signage, prefinished metal canopies, plumbing, hvac, and electrical. All questions and/or clarifications should be addressed to the Construction Manager, who will then correspond with the Design team, as required, for answers and clarifications. Bid Questions, contact Cody Treece Phone: 704-332-0900 email: INFORMAL BID PACKAGES: The following packages are not part of the formal bid process and did not require prequalification. Bids for informal packages will be accepted via email. No bid security is required for informal packages. 01-001 Final Cleaning, 06-001 Millwork, 08-002 Glass, 09-002 Acoustical Ceilings, 09-003 Hard Tile, 09-004 Flooring, 09-005 Painting, 10-001 Specialties, 10-002 Signage, 10-003 Awnings, 14-001 Elevator, 21-001 Fire Suppression, 27-001 Low Voltage, 31-002 Aggregate Piers, and 32-001 Landscaping. Bidders must be properly licensed under all state laws, regulations, and ordinances governing the respective trades and work to be performed. The General Statutes of the State of North Carolina applicable to license requirements, submission of bids, and award of public contracts shall be observed in the receiving of bids and awarding of contracts for the work. Bid security in the amount of 5% of the bid amount shall be submitted with each bid of $100,000 or greater. In addition, bid security is required with each trade package bid for any two (or more) trade packages that total $100,000 or greater. The bid security shall be in the form of a bid bond, a cashier's check, or a certified check on some bank or trust company insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation made payable to Edifice LLC. The apparent low responsible, responsive bidder shall have their bid security held by Edifice until the Trade Contractor agreement is executed, and all required documentation and materials are received and approved by Edifice. All requested documentation and materials must be provided to Edifice by the trade contractor in less than 10 days from acceptance of trade package contract by Edifice. Failure to provide any documentation will be grounds for rejection of the bid. Utilize the AIA Document A310 or similar for the bid bond security form. Bid security will be returned to all bidders in due time after the lowest responsible, responsive trade package contractor is determined and a contract agreement had been executed by all parties. Bonding requirements for the project: The ability to provide Payment and Performance Bonds is required on all subcontracts of $100,000 or greater. In addition, the ability to provide Payment and Performance Bonds is required on any two (or more) trade packages that total $100,000 or more. Regardless of the value of work, building exterior trade packages require the ability to provide Performance and Payment Bonds (i.e., precast, masonry, roofing). Performance and Payment Bonds will be for the full amount of the contract and will be submitted prior to executing the work. This requirement is subject to the judgment and direction of the Owner and Construction Manager. All pre-qualified bidders are required to seek HUB Certified/Minority Business Enterprise participation. All trade package bid proposals must be submitted on the appropriate trade package bid form that pertains to the trade package that is the subject of the bid. Bids shall be made upon the form of proposal provided by Edifice for the applicable trade package. All forms must be filled out completely and accurately with all applicable information. Do not alter, change, or add to the bid forms in any way, shape, or form, this or any added clarifications may result in your bid being withdrawn from consideration. All bids must be signed by an authorized Owner or Officer of the company. Please consult the Bid Manual for all forms. No bids may be withdrawn for a period of 90 days after receipt of bid. Long lead items will be procured as soon as possible. The CM and Owner reserve the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any and all irregularities or informalities in any bid as allowed by applicable law, and to award any contract to other than low bidder should it be deemed in their best interest.


2 Stories Above Grade, New Construction, New Construction.
Division 03 - Concrete, Concrete Forming and Accessories, Concrete Forming, Cast-in-Place Concrete.
Division 04 - Masonry, Unit Masonry.
Division 05 - Metals, Structural Metal Framing.
Division 06 - Wood, Plastics, and Composites, Rough Carpentry, Finish Carpentry, Millwork.
Division 07 - Thermal and Moisture Protection, Dampproofing and Waterproofing, Dampproofing, Thermal Protection, Weather Barriers.
Division 08 - Openings, Metal Doors and Frames, Wood Doors, Plastic Doors, Specialty Doors and Frames, Panel Doors, Multi-Leaf Vertical Lift Doors, Entrances, Windows.
Division 09 - Finishes, Plaster and Gypsum Board, Tiling, Ceilings, Flooring, Carpeting, Acoustic Treatment, Painting and Coating, Painting, High-Performance Coatings.
Division 10 - Specialties, Signage, Compartments and Cubicles, Toilet Compartments, Shower and Dressing Compartments, Toilet, Bath, and Laundry Accessories, Emergency Aid Specialties, Fire Protection Specialties, Lockers, Wardrobe and Closet Specialties, Flagpoles, Flags and Banners.
Division 11 - Equipment, Unit Kitchens, Play Field Equipment and Structures, Playground Equipment, Play Structures.
Division 12 - Furnishings, Countertops, Rugs and Mats.
Division 14 - Conveying Equipment, Slide Pole Systems, Firehouse Slide Poles.
Division 21 - Fire Suppression, Facility Fire-Suppression Water-Service Piping, Fire-Department Connections, Fire Pumps.
Division 22 - Plumbing, Instrumentation and Control for Plumbing, Facility Water Distribution, Facility Storm Drainage, Plumbing Equipment, Plumbing Fixtures, Emergency Plumbing Fixtures, Drinking Fountains and Water Coolers.
Division 23 - Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Instrumentation and Control for HVAC, HVAC Piping and Pumps, HVAC Air Distribution.
Division 26 - Electrical, Power Distribution Units, Interior Lighting, Emergency Lighting, Exit Signs, Exterior Lighting.
Division 27 - Communications, Structured Cabling, Call Management, Distributed Audio-Video Communications Systems.
Division 28 - Electronic Safety and Security, Electronic Detection and Alarm, Fire Detection and Alarm.
Division 31 - Earthwork, Clearing and Grubbing, Selective Clearing, Grading, Earthwork Methods, Soil Treatment.
Division 32 - Exterior Improvements, Bases, Ballasts, and Paving, Flexible Paving, Asphalt Paving, Rigid Paving, Concrete Paving, Curbs, Gutters, Sidewalks, and Driveways, Athletic and Recreational Surfacing, Site Improvements, Fences and Gates, Planting.
Division 33 - Utilities, Instrumentation and Control for Utilities, Water Utilities, Water Utility Distribution Piping, Water Utility Distribution Equipment, Disinfecting of Water Utility Distribution, Water Utility Storage Tanks, Sanitary Sewerage Utilities, Storm Drainage Utilities.

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