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Noble Hall Interior Painting 2019

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WOU is accepting bids from experienced paint contractors for the Noble Hall Interior Painting 2019 Project. Noble Hall is a 3 story, 24,100 SF apartment-style residential hall located on campus in Monmouth, Oregon. All interior rooms, hallways, stairs, and handrails to be painted.

Project time period: June 20, 2019 to July 5, 2019
Prevailing Wage Rates: yes, refer to January 1, 2019 wage rates
Pre-Bid meeting: yes, mandatory, done by appointment only, please contact Kellen Hendrickson 503-838-8309 or hendrick@wou.edu. The meeting must be completed by 4:00 PM, Friday, March 29, 2019.

For Invitation to Bid please email Donna Litchfield at litchfid@wou.edu.

Additional Information

Solicitation Number
Emerging Small Business Opportunity Only
Notice of Intent of Sole Source
Mandatory Pre-Close Walkthrough
03/29/2019 at 04:00pm

Pre-Bid meeting by appointment only and must be completed by 4:00 PM, Friday, March 29, 2019.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE - Responsibility of Each Vendor Participating in the Bidding Process:

It will be the responsibility of each participating Vendor to refer daily to the Business Opportunities website to check for any available opportunities, addendum to current opportunities, cancellations, or intents to award posted there. It is not the Oregon Public Universities' responsibility to notify participating Vendors by email or by any other means of any of the above.

The Oregon Public Universities have adopted policies applicable to all Vendors/Contractors that prohibit sexual harassment and that the Vendor's/Contractor's company and employees are required to adhere to institutional policies prohibiting sexual harassment in their interactions with members of the institutional community.