ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed proposals will be received until 3:00 PM on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 in the Magnolia Conference Room (Horney Bldg, Room 100A), Giles Horney Building, 103 Airport Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27599 for the UNC-CH Beard Hall 2nd Floor Renovations project at which time and place bids will be publicly opened and read.
A Pre-bid Conference will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, May 18, 2018. The meeting will be held at Room 116, Beard Hall, 301 Pharmacy Ln, Chapel Hill, NC 27599. Refer to project manual for additional information.
No parking is available on site. Visitor parking lots can be located on the UNC website, https://move.unc.edu/parking/visitor-parking/ , and for the Town of Chapel Hill at http://www.parkonthehill.com/ Free parking will be available at the location of the bid opening.
Complete plans and specifications for this project can be obtained from Tim Smith at Perkins Eastman Architects, 520 West 6th St, Charlotte, NC 28202 during normal office hours, after Monday May 14, 2018, by contacting our office at (704) 940-0501.
Plan deposit of $200 required for printed documents, or electronic documents are available free of charge upon request to Perkins Eastman Architects per email to T.Smith@perkinseastman.com .
The owner has preferred brand alternates for door hardware (McKinney-hinges, LCN-closers, Corbin-Russwin – locks, Von Duprin – exit devices electric strikes), Horizontal sliding fire door (Wondoor), Overhead coiling fire curtain (US Smoke and Fire), Mechanical (Johnson controls-mechanical controls), Electrical Lights (Focal Point – L8, L18 , JLC Tech- L10,10A), Telecom (Hubble-faceplates, voice jack, data jack, snap fit module, dust cover, “f” type connectors, Panduit-horizontal & vertical cable management device, CommScope – coaxial cable, coaxial connector, Cat6, B-Line-ladder runway, Superior Essex-6A for WAPs, General-100 pair Cat3 Telephone), Fire Alarm (Notifier-Fire Alarm system). A public meeting, to discuss these products will be held following the pre-bid meeting.
The state reserves the unqualified right to reject any and all proposals.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill