SEATTLE ARTCC CARPETING

Location: Auburn,WA,UNITED STATES
Zip: 98092-7998
Project Type: New Construction
ProjectUse: Military - Misc.
Project Budget: 100,000 to 500,000 USD
Contact Method : With Contact Details
Name : Matthew Benbow , , , HI , , Ph: 425 227-2687

Posted on :May 26, 2012
Last Updated :May 26, 2012
Bid Date: 18/06/2012

Description:

Military – Miscellaneous

Remove and Replace the Carpeting in the 2nd Floor OSW at the Seattle ARTCC in Auburn, Washington The purpose of this Request for Offers is to seek competent and qualified contractors to perform all work to: remove and replace the carpeting in the 2nd floor OSW at the Seattle ARTCC in Auburn, Washington as listed in the specifications, drawings, contract clauses, and wage rates This project will replace all the carpeting on the 2nd floor of the OSW building as noted on the contract drawing. There is existing office equipment (i.e copier) and office furniture as well as office panel partitions and file cabinets located throughout the project. It is the carpet installer’s responsibility to move or lift all existing obstacles in order to install the carpeting. The Contractor shall remove and dispose of the existing carpeting properly off site. The existing carpeting is glued to the sub flooring. The Contractor shall prepare the existing sub flooring to be smooth and free of debris before new carpeting is installed. The Contractor shall be responsible for repairing all damage to walls, furniture, and office equipment incurred during the carpet replacement. The area of work shall remain clean and clear of all hazards. Being that there is existing office equipment and office furniture as well as office panel partitions located throughout the project, the Bidding Contractor’s are highly encouraged to make a site visit in order to submit their most accurate bid and not be confronted by any “surprises” when the workers arrive to perform the work. This project will need a phasing plan. The phasing shall be discussed during the preconstruction meeting. The Contractor shall be responsible for repairing all damage incurred during demolition/construction. The area of work shall remain clean and clear of all hazards.