ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The HARRISON COUNTY UTILITY AUTHORITY (HCUA) will receive Lump Sum bids for an 8” dri-prime, diesel powered, trailer mounted, Bypass Pump with accessories as described in the bid documents. Qualifying documentation as stipulated in the Technical Specifications shall be submitted electronically by no later than 10:00 A.M. local time, on December 14, 2018. Qualifying bidders will be invited to participate in the electronically competitive bid auction between 9:00 A.M. and 10:00 A.M. local time, on December 21, 2018. There shall be an automatic 5 minute extension for any bid submitted within the last 5 minutes of the bid auction.
Interested bidders shall electronically register with HCUA’s electronic bidding service provider to obtain bid documents and to participate in the bid process. Only registered bidders (plan holders list) shall be permitted to participate in the bid process. Bidders shall submit qualifying documentation for the Bypass Pump as defined in the bid documents by the established time and date. The submitted documentation for the Bypass Pump will be evaluated by HCUA according to criteria defined in the bid documents. Qualifying bidders shall be notified and invited to the auction to participate in the competitive bidding process to provide the Bypass Pump. The lowest and most responsive bid shall be recommended for award to the HCUA Board of Directors.
The bidding documents may be examined at the Harrison County Utility Authority office at 10271 Express Drive, Gulfport, Mississippi 39505. The bidding documents may be examined and/or obtained from HCUA’s electronic bidding service provider, Central Bidding at www.centralbidding.com. Any questions regarding the electronic bidding service should be directed to Central Bidding at 225-810-4814. Any other questions should be directed to Candice Sardin by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (228-868-8752).
All Bidders must comply with all Federal, State, and City laws and regulations. All bids shall comply with specification and bid documents provided or be considered non-responsive. The HCUA reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any informalities in the bidding. The HCUA reserves the right to amend the specification and bid documents as may be necessary and agrees to notify all registered bidders. Only bids and documents from electronically registered plan holders will be considered.
Bids may be held by the Owner for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of the bid auction prior to awarding of the Contract.
Donald E. Scharr, P.E., Executive Director
Publish: November 26, 2018
December 03, 2018
|REVERSE AUCTION BIDDING:
|• The real-time bidding interface will appear below at the start date and time set by the owner. If you are viewing this page before the set start time of the reverse auction, you may need to refresh the page in your web browser in order to see the real-time bidding interface below.
• The Central Bidding time listed for this Reverse Auction is the official time for the placement of bids. All bidders acknowledge that this Reverse Auction is conducted electronically and relies on hardware, software, internal and external network speeds, as well as other variables that are outside of the control of Central Bidding. Central Bidding does not suggest waiting until the final seconds to place your Reverse Auction Bid. Vendors are solely responsible for the placement of timely bids.
• For questions regarding automatic extensions of the Reverse Auction time and other Reverse Auction technical information, please refer to the Anti-Bid Sniping section on the Reverse Auction FAQ page.
• When entering a bid amount, you may ONLY enter numbers (and one decimal point if necessary). You MAY NOT enter a dollar sign or comma with your bid amount.