- Category: Public Notices
- Published on 03 October 2012
- Written by Mount Vernon Optic-Herald
The Franklin County Commissioner’s Court has selected MMI General Contractors Inc. of Weatherford, Texas as the Construction Manager as Constructor for this project.
MMI General Contractors is soliciting sub-contractor bids for the Stage One of Phase Two of the Historic Franklin County Courthouse located in Mount Vernon, Texas. Bids will be received until 3:00 PM CST Tuesday, October 16, 2012.
All bids are to be submitted on the Bid Form included in the specifications. Each bid package is to be submitted on a separate form.
All bids are to be delivered to or faxed to:
MMI General Contractors, Inc.
802 South Waco
P.O. Box 622
Weatherford, Texas 76086
Any bids received after the closing time will not be accepted. Verbal communication of any kind will not alter the conditions of the invitation to bid.
Project Synopsis: The Stage One of Phase Two project involves primarily new geothermal well fields, all associated piping, new parking lot including lighting and signage for accessible parking and general way-finding. All work shall conform to the standards as defined by the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties as published on the National Park Service website; http://www2.cr.nps.gov/tps/standguide/index.htm. Additionally, all work associated with accessible parking and accessible route to the building shall conform to the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards.
Bidding Documents: Bidding documents are available from the Construction Manager at the office of MMI General Contractors or available on CD. Call MMI at 817-773-2254 for requests.
In case of ambiguity or lack of clarity in stating prices in the Bid, the Construction Manager along with the Architect reserves the right to accept the bid providing the most advantageous construction thereof to the County or to reject the Bid.
Technical questions should be referred to MMI initially; the Construction Manager may solicit clarification from the Architect.
This project is funded in part through the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program and administered by the Texas Historical Commission.