University of North Carolina Wilmington Housing Renovations Phases 1 and 2by GDN Shared Post November 20, 2017
NOTICE TO SUBCONTRACTOR
BIDDER PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUEST
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA WILMINGTON
HOUSING RENOVATIONS PHASES 1 AND 2
Balfour Beatty is seeking to pre-qualify principal trade and specialty contractors to submit bids for the furnishing of labor, material, and equipment for the University of North Carolina Wilmington Housing Renovations Phases 1 and 2. Balfour Beatty has been selected as the Construction Manager at Risk for the project and will receive bids from pre-qualified bidders only, and will contract with the principal and specialty contractors for the execution of the work.
The Housing Renovations Phases 1 and 2, will require trade subcontractors for the following bid packages: General Trades/Demo, Fencing, Site Grading/Utilities, Drywall, ACT, Fire Protection, Mechanical, HVAC Controls, Electric, Plumbing, and Final Cleaning.
Similar project experience will be considered during prequalification. Anticipated Bid Date is January 2018. Submittals for pre-qualification forms may be hand delivered, mailed, faxed, or submitted electronically. Pre-qualifications are due Friday, December 22nd. Balfour Beatty reserves the right to accept additional prequalification applications up to 10 days prior to bid opening. The CM and Owner reserve the right to reject any and all Pre-qualifications. Contracting method will be through Competitive Public Bid in accordance with Chapter 143 of the NC General Statues. For further information or questions, please contact Colby Willis at 919-842-2184, or by email at email@example.com.
Balfour Beatty has an affirmative policy of fostering, promoting and conducting business with Historically Underutilized Businesses. HUB contractors are highly encouraged to participate in the bid process. All Bidders are strongly encouraged to include opportunities for HUB participation wherever possible in their respective bid submission. Historically Underutilized Businesses is a part of this contract and must comply with the State of North Carolina General Statues.