Aggregate for Surface Treatment

Agency: County of Dane
State: Wisconsin
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 237310 - Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
Posted Date: Mar 25, 2020
Due Date: Mar 31, 2020
Solicitation No: 120011
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3/31/2020 120011
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Aggregate for Surface Treatment

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BID DEADLINE EXTENDED - See Addendum 1 for additional instructions.

*DANE COUNTY PURCHASING WILL NOT HOLD PUBLIC BID OPENINGS AT THIS TIME. RESULTS WILL BE POSTED ON THE RFP AND BID SUMMARIES/ARCHIVE PAGE*

**IMPORTANT NOTICE - All bids must be uploaded to the Purchasing Bid Dropbox - hardcopy submissions will not be accepted**

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DANE COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

PURCHASING DIVISION

REQUEST FOR BID (RFB)

Revised 02/2020 (G)(LVP)(LCP)

BID NUMBER:

120011

BID TITLE:

Aggregate for Surface Treatment

BID DEADLINE:

March 25, 2020 2:00 p.m. (CST)

BIDS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO:

Purchasing Bid Dropbox

www.danepurchasing.com

*Late, faxed, mailed, hand-delivered or unsigned bids will be rejected*

DIRECT

ALL INQUIRES TO:

Pete Patten

Purchasing Officer

608-267-3523

patten.peter@countyofdane.com

www.danepurchasing.com

BID SUBMISSION CHECKLIST

Up-to-date Vendor

Registration

Read Entire Bid

Document

Completed Bid Packet (In PDF Format)

Section 2 – Vendor Information

Section 3 – Bid Specifications

Section 4 – Price Proposal

Section 5 – Standard Terms & Conditions

Upload Bid

Response to

Purchasing Bid

Dropbox

DATE ISSUED

February 26, 2020

1.
Introduction

Dane County invites and will accept bids for item(s) outlined within this bid. The County as represented by Purchasing Division, intends to use the results of this process to purchase goods or services here within.

2. Clarification/Questions:

Any questions concerning this bid must be submitted in writing by email at least five working days prior to the bid deadline. Requests submitted after that time will not be considered. All inquiries must be directed to the Purchasing Agent indicated on the cover page.

3. Addendums:

In the event that it becomes necessary to provide additional clarifying data or information, or to revise any part of this bid, addenda and/or supplements will be posted on the Purchasing Division web site at www.danepurchasing.com . Bidders are responsible to regularly monitor the web site for any such postings. It is recommended to check the website for addenda prior to submitting a proposal. Bidders must acknowledge the receipt/review of any addenda on the Vendor Information page.

The Purchasing Division has the sole authority for modifications to specifications and/or this bid document.

4. Vendor Registration Program:

All bidders are strongly encouraged to be a registered vendor with Dane County. Registering allows a vendor the opportunity to receive notifications for bids issued by the County and provides the County with up-to-date company contact information.

Provide your Dane County Vendor # in the Vendor Information section of the bid submission packet.

For Non-Registered Vendors:

Complete vendor registration by visiting www.danepurchasing.com . On the top menu bar, click Vendor Registration and then click Create Vendor Account. You will receive an email confirmation once your account is created and again when your vendor registration is complete. Retain your user name/email address and password for ease of re-registration in future years. Within 2-4 days of completing the registration, a vendor number will be assigned and emailed to you.

For Registered Vendors:

Check to make sure your vendor information including commodity codes is up-to-date by signing into your account at www.danepurchasing.com . On the top menu bar, click Vendor Registration and then click Vendor Log In.

5. Local Purchasing Preference:

Under Dane County Ordinance 25.08(11)(c-e), a Locally Based and Owned Vendor, Locally Operated Vendor, or Non-Locally Operated Vendor may be invited to match the low bid if the low bid is offered by a vendor that is not identified as a Locally Based and Owned Vendor, Locally Operated Vendor, or Non-Locally Operated Vendor according to Dane County Ordinance requirements.

Locally Based and Owned Vendor Criteria

1. Your business or corporate headquarters is physically located in Dane County and;

2. Your business owners or shareholders totaling more than 50% of ownership live in Dane County and;

3. Your business is registered and authorized to do business in the State of Wisconsin.

Locally Operated Vendor Criteria

1. Your business is registered and authorized to do business in the State of Wisconsin and;

2. Your business has an established place of business within Dane County.

o A post office box address does not qualify a vendor as a Locally Operated Vendor.

Non-Locally Operated Vendor Criteria

1. Your business is registered and authorized to do business in the State of Wisconsin and;

2. Your business has an established place of business in one of the following Wisconsin Counties: Columbia, Dodge, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Rock, or Sauk.

o A post office box address does not qualify a vendor as a Non-Locally Operated Vendor.

Local Purchasing Preference Order of Events:

Locally Based and Owned Vendors:

1. When bids are reviewed, the County will determine if a Locally Based and Owned Vendor responding to the bid is the low bidder. If a Locally Based and Owned Vendor is the low bidder, they will be awarded the bid.

2. If a Locally Based and Owned Vendor is not the low bidder but is within 15% of the low bid, the County will contact the Locally Based and Owned Vendor and provide that vendor the option of matching the low bid price.

3. If no Locally Based and Owned Vendors are among the responding bidders, or the Locally Based and Owned Vendor declines to match the low bid, then the County will determine if a Locally Operated Vendor has responded to the bid.

Locally Operated Vendors:

4. If a Locally Operated Vendor is within 10% of the low bid, the County will contact the Locally Operated Vendor and provide that vendor the option of matching the low bid price.

5. If no Locally Operated Vendors are among the responding bidders, or the Locally Operated Vendor declines to match the low bid, then the County will determine if a Non-Locally Operated Vendor has responded to the bid.

Non-Locally Operated Vendors:

6. If a Non-Locally Operated Vendor is within 5% of the low bid, the County will contact the Non-Locally Operated Vendor and provide that vendor the option of matching the low bid price.

7. If no Non-Locally Operated Vendors are among the responding bidders, or the Non-Locally Operated Vendor declines to match the low bid, then the County will award the bid to the low bidder without regard to the location of the vendor.

6. Local Content Preference:

Under Dane County Ordinance 25.08(4)(f-j), bidders offering goods made in Dane County, its surrounding counties, or the State of Wisconsin receive a price preference on sealed bid solicitations. Bids are first evaluated to determine if any bidders are offering products that qualify as Dane County-Made Goods, Regionally-Made Goods, or Wisconsin-Made Goods.

Dane County Made Criteria

1. An article that is manufactured, mined, produced or grown in Dane County and;

2. Over 50% of the total cost of its components are made in Dane County.

o “Component”, as referenced above, means an article, materials, or supply incorporated directly into a finished product.

Regionally Made Criteria

1. An article that is manufactured, mined, produced or grown in one of the following counties: Dane, Columbia, Dodge, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Rock, or Sauk and;

2. Over 50% of the total cost of its components are made in one of the following counties: Dane, Columbia, Dodge, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Rock, or Sauk.

o “Component”, as referenced above, means an article, materials, or supply incorporated directly into a finished product.

Wisconsin Made Criteria

1. An article that is manufactured, mined, produced or grown in the State of Wisconsin and;

2. Over 50% of the total cost of its components are made in the State of Wisconsin.

o “Component”, as referenced above, means an article, materials, or supply incorporated directly into a finished product.

A bidder offering Dane County-Made Goods will be considered the successful bidder if their price is up to 15% higher than the low bid for goods that are not Dane County-Made Goods. If no vendors meet this criteria, then the County will determine if any bidder is offering Regionally-Made Goods. If so, then such a bidder will be considered successful if their price is up to 12.5% higher than the low bid for goods that are not Regionally-Made Goods. If no vendors meet this criteria, then the County will determine if any bidder is offering Wisconsin-Made Goods. If so, that bidder will be considered successful if their price is up to 10% higher than the low bid for goods that are not Wisconsin-Made Goods. If no vendors are offering Dane County-Made, Regionally-Made, or Wisconsin-Made Goods, then the County will evaluate the low bid without regard to the content of the goods.

7. Pricing:

The price quoted shall include all labor, materials, equipment, shipping, and other costs. All prices and conditions outlined in the bid shall remain fixed.

8. Bid Submission and Acceptance:

Multiple bids from a vendor will be permissible, however, each proposal must conform fully to the requirements for bid submission. Multiple bid proposals must be submitted separately and labeled as Bid# 1, Bid# 2, etc.

Dane County reserves the right to accept any part of this bid deemed to be in the best interest of the County. The County also retains the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

Proposals must be received in the Purchasing – Bid Dropbox located on the www.danepurchasing.com website no later than the date and time indicated within the RFP Deadline field on the RFP Cover Page or addenda. Late, faxed, mailed, hand-delivered, or unsigned proposals will be rejected unless otherwise specified. Dane County is not liable for any cost incurred by proposers in replying to this RFP.

All proposals must be saved in PDF format unless otherwise specified within the RFP document and the file name shall include the RFP# and name of business submitting proposal.

Example of how to name the files:

120012 – Vendor Name

To Submit a Proposal:

1. Go to www.danepurchasing.com and click on Purchasing – Bid Dropbox or click on the Open RFP’s and Bids page link.

2. Click on the Submit a Bid button within the green Purchasing Bid Dropbox.

3. Type in the Email, First Name, Last Name and Company information and click Continue.

4. Drag and drop the RFP files one at a time into the “Drag files here” box.

5. After all files have been placed into the “Drag files here” box, click on the blue Upload button.

a. The file upload status can be seen for each document uploaded.

b. After each document reaches 100%, it will say “Uploaded”.

6. Confirm all files have been uploaded and then close out of the window.

9. Cooperative Purchasing

Participating in cooperative purchasing gives vendors the opportunity for additional sales without additional bidding. Municipalities and state agencies use cooperative purchasing to expedite purchases. A “municipality” is defined as any county, city, village, town, school district, board of school directors, sewer district, drainage district, vocational, technical and adult education district, or any other public body having authority to award public contracts (s. 16.70(8), Wis. Stats.). Federally recognized Indian tribes and bands in this state may participate in cooperative purchasing with the state or any municipality under ss. 66.0301(1) and (20, Wis. Stats.

On the Vendor Information page, you will have the opportunity to participate in allowing municipalities and state agencies to piggyback this bid. Participation is not mandatory. A vendor’s decision on participating in this service has no effect on awarding the bid.

Dane County is not a party to these purchases or any dispute arising from these purchases and is not liable for delivery or payment of any of these purchases.

10. Award:

The County will award the bid to the responsive and responsible bidder whose bid is most advantageous to the County. In determining the most advantageous bid, the County will consider criteria such as, but not limited to, cost, bidder’s past performance and/or service reputation, and service capability, quality of the bidder’s staff or services, customer satisfaction, references, the extent to which the bidder’s staff or services meet the County’s needs, bidder’s past relationship with the County, total long term cost to the County, fleet continuity and any other relevant criteria listed in this solicitation.

Written notice of award to a vendor in the form of a purchase order or other document, mailed or emailed to the address shown on the bid will be considered sufficient notice of acceptance of bid.

This contract and any part thereof shall not be subcontracted or assigned to another Contractor without prior written permission of the County. The Contractor shall be directly responsible for any Subcontractor’s performance and work quality when used by the Contractor to carry out the scope of the job. Subcontractors must abide by all terms and conditions under this Contract.

11. Payment Terms and Invoicing:

Unless otherwise agreed, Dane County will pay properly submitted vendor invoices within thirty (30) days of receipt of goods or services. Payment will not be made until goods or services are delivered, installed (if required), and accepted as specified. Invoices presented for payment shall be submitted to the bill to address and/or County Representative listed on the Dane County purchase order. The Dane County purchase order number must be noted on the submitted invoice.

Other incidental or standard industry charges not identified herein, are not allowed under this contract. Miscellaneous service charges used to help the Contractor pay various fluctuating current and future costs are not allowed. These charges include, but are not limited to, costs directly or indirectly related to the environment, energy issues, fuel charges, service and delivery of goods and services.

12. Permits and Licenses:

The Contractor selected under this bid shall be required to obtain the necessary permits and licenses prior to performing any work under this contract. The Contractor will be required to demonstrate valid possession of appropriate required licenses and will keep them in effect for the term of this contract.

Contractor must be financially responsible for obtaining all required permits and licenses to comply with pertinent regulations, municipal, county, State of Wisconsin and Federal laws, and shall assume liability for all applicable taxes.

13. Satisfactory Work:

Any work found to be in any way defective or unsatisfactory shall be corrected by the Contractor at its own expense at the order of the County. The County also reserves the right to contract out services not satisfactorily completed and to purchase substitute services elsewhere. The County reserves the right to charge the vendor with any or all costs incurred or retain/deduct the amount of such costs incurred from any monies due or which may become due under this contract.

14. Government Standards:

All materials, equipment, and supplies provided to the County must fully comply with all safety requirements as set forth by the Wisconsin Department of Commerce and all applicable OSHA Standards. Bidders shall comply with all local, state and federal regulations, directives and laws.

15. Warranty:

The length, time, and conditions of warranty must be attached to or stated in the bid document. The seller and/or manufacturer warrants that the goods sold hereunder will be merchantable quality, will conform to applicable specifications, and will be free from defects in material and workmanship and will be fit for the particular purpose intended.

Warranty does not commence until after the complete unit has been accepted and placed into service by the user agency. Bidder shall indicate the name and the geographical location of the nearest authorized dealer to perform subsequent warranty service. This information shall be stated in the pricing section of bid or otherwise specified.

16. Dane County Sustainability Principles:

On October 18, 2012, the Dane County Board of Supervisors adopted Resolution 103, 2012-2013 establishing the following sustainability principles for the county:

• Reduce and eventually eliminate Dane County government’s contribution to fossil fuel dependence and to wasteful use of scarce metals and minerals;

• Reduce and eventually eliminate Dane County government’s contribution to dependence upon persistent chemicals and wasteful use of synthetic substances;

• Reduce and eventually eliminate Dane County government’s contribution to encroachment upon nature and harm to life-sustaining ecosystems (e.g., land, water, wildlife, forest, soil, ecosystems); and

• Reduce and eventually eliminate Dane County government’s contribution to conditions that undermine people’s ability to meet their basic human needs.

17. Fair Labor Practices:

Dane County Ord. 25.09 (1) is as follows:

(28) BIDDER RESPONSIBILITY. (a) Any bid, application or proposal for any contract with the county, including public works contracts regulated under chapter 40, shall include a certification indicating whether the bidder has been found by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) or the Wisconsin Employment Relations Committee (WERC) to have violated any statute or regulation regarding labor standards or relations within the last seven years. The purchasing manager shall investigate any such finding and make a recommendation to the committee, which shall determine whether the conduct resulting in the finding affects the bidder’s responsibility to perform the contract.

If you indicate that you have been found by the NLRB or WERC to have such a violation on the Vendor Information page, you must include a copy of any relevant information regarding such violation with your proposal, bid or application.

Additional information about the NLRB and WERC can be found using the following links:

www.nlrb.gov and http://werc.wi.gov .

VENDOR INFORMATION

VENDOR NAME:

Vendor Information (address below will be used to confirm Local Vendor Preference)

Address

City

County

State

Zip+4

Vendor Rep. Name

Telephone

Title

Email

Dane County Vendor #

Local Vendor Preference

(Reference General Guidelines #5)

Local Content Vendor Preference

(Reference General Guidelines #6)

Locally Based & Owned Vendor

Dane County-Made

Locally Operated Vendor

Regionally-Made

Non-Locally Operated Vendor

Wisconsin-Made

No Preference

No Preference

Cooperative Purchasing (Reference General Guidelines #9)

I agree to furnish the commodities or services of this bid to municipalities and state agencies.

I do not agree to furnish the commodities or services of this bid to municipalities and state agencies.

Fair Labor Practice Certification (Reference General Guidelines #17)

Vendor has not been found by the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) or the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (“WERC”) to have violated any statute or regulation regarding labor standards or relations in the seven years prior to the date this bid submission is signed.

Vendor has been found by the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) or the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (“WERC”) to have violated any statute or regulation regarding labor standards or relations in the seven years prior to the date this bid submission is signed.

Addenda – we hereby acknowledge receipt, review and use of the following addenda, if applicable.

Addendum #1

Addendum #2

Addendum #3

Addendum #4

None

Signature Affidavit

In signing this bid, we certify that we have not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement or participated in any collusion or otherwise taken any action in restraint of free competition; that no attempt has been made to induce any other person or firm to submit or not to submit a bid; that this bid has been independently arrived at without collusion with any other bidder, competitor or potential competitor; that this bid has not been knowingly disclosed prior to the opening of bids to any other bidder or competitor; that the above statement is accurate under penalty of perjury.

The undersigned, submitting this bid, hereby agrees with all the terms, conditions, and specifications required by the County in this Request for Bid, and declares that the attached bid and pricing are in conformity therewith.

Signature

Title

Name (Printed)

Date

BID AND SPECIFICATION OVERVIEW

Dane County as represented by the Purchasing Division will accept bids for the purchase of specified item(s) as described within this document.

Specification Compliance: Bidder shall complete every space in the area provided with either a check mark to indicate the item being bid is exactly as specified (Yes), or deviates from bid specification (No). Any deviation from the minimum specifications stated herein must be identified in detail in the Specifications Deviations section of the bid and must include a description of how the proposed item(s) differ from the bid requirements, along with detailed justification for such deviation. Bidder shall include photos and schematics as necessary, for complete clarification.

The specifications below describe an acceptable product. Minor variations in specification may be accepted if, in the opinion of County staff, they do not adversely affect the quality, maintenance or performance of the item(s). Dane County reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, to waive informalities and to choose the bid that best meets the specifications and needs of the County.

Term: The contract shall be effective on the date indicated on the Dane County purchase order or the Dane County contract execution date and shall run for one year from that date.

BID SPECIFICATIONS

AGGREGATE FOR SURFACE TREATMENT

GENERAL

You are invited to submit a bid to furnish aggregate for surface treatment to be used as cover material on asphalt sealcoat work. We are seeking bids for this material either delivered to our site, or picked up by Dane County from the producer's stockpile.

All materials supplied under this proposal shall conform to the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction, 2020 edition (hereinafter referred to as the "Standard Specifications"), and all subsequent revisions and supplementary specifications, of the Wisconsin Division of Highways, Department of Transportation.

Your failure to submit a bid may prevent Dane County Highway and Transportation Department from acquiring your product(s). Thus, if you are interested in doing business with the Dane County Highway and Transportation Department in 2020, we strongly encourage you to submit a bid by the opening date indicated.

GRADATION AND QUALITY

Provide aggregate conforming to section 475 of The State of Wisconsin Standard Specifications for Road and Structure Construction, 2020 Edition. The aggregates are to be uniform in quality and free from wood, bark, roots and other deleterious materials.

1. P200 specification listed below is critical for sealcoat operations. Material will be tested prior to award of bid and if the P200 specification is not met the contractor may wash the material and have it retested.

2. Section 475.2.4 is modified to meet the following gradation requirements for Pea Gravel, Quartzite or Granite Chips:

GRADE 1: Pea Gravel, Quartzite or Granite

Sieve Size

% Passing by Weight

1/2 inch (12.5 mm)

100

3/8 inch ( 9.5 mm)

95-100

1/4 inch (6.3 mm)

---

No 4 (4.75 mm)

10-30

No 8 (2.36 mm)

---

No 16 (1.18 mm)

0-5

No 40 (425 microns)

---

No 200 ( 75 microns)

0-2


BID OPTIONS AND AWARD

This bid proposal contains two options regarding the delivery of material.

Option "A" requires the supplier to deliver the material to the specified location. Dane County will stockpile the material under this option.

Option "B" requires that the material be available in stockpile at the supplier's pit (hauling will be done by Dane County).

Dane County will choose the type of material, and option that is most advantageous to the County, and each bid item (location) will be awarded separately.

DELIVERY

Under Option "A" the supplier must deliver a minimum of 600 ton per day. The delivery shall be made during the normal working hours for Dane County (7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) or as modified by the County Highway and Transportation Department.

PAYMENT

All material will be paid for by the ton. Each load must be accompanied by a ticket containing the appropriate weight information. In the event that an acceptable scale is unavailable, a unit price bid based on a volume measurement will be allowed if so noted on the pricing sheets. To allow for comparison of bids, it will be assumed that the weight per cubic yard is 2,600 lbs. with the quantities adjusted accordingly. Dane County reserves the right to determine actual quantities provided, if material is supplied on other than a weight basis.

SCHEDULE AND DAMAGES

Delivery under Option "A" may begin upon award of contract and must be completed prior to May 22, 2020. There shall be a damage claim of $100 per day for any delay beyond the May 22, 2020 date.

The material under Option "B" shall be available on or before May 22, 2020. There shall be a damage claim of $100 per day for any delay beyond the May 22, 2020 date.

PURCHASE OF ITEM(S)

The Dane County Highway and Transportation Department reserves the right to award this bid on a per-item basis or on total net bid, whichever is deemed most advantageous to Dane County.

Each item will be considered independent of any other item. The Dane County Highway and Transportation Department will attempt to utilize the lowest bid when obtaining product, however the Department reserves the right to obtain product from the most advantageous vendor/location. In making this determination, the Department will consider availability of product and proximity of vendor to project to minimize hauling costs and/or assure that the product quality is not compromised by excessive travel time (i.e. redi mix).

INSURANCE

Bidders shall carry insurance as required in the Standard Terms and Conditions, Section 20. The bidder shall furnish Dane County Highway and Transportation Department along with the bid a certificate of insurance showing the type, amount, class of operations covered, effective dates, and expiration dates of policies.

BID BOND/PERFORMANCE BOND

Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check payable to the Dane County Public Works, Highway & Transportation Department, or a bid bond, as a guarantee in the amount of 5% of the total bid.

Successful bidders shall furnish the County with a performance bond equal to 100% of the contracted amount (per State Statute 779.14).

PRICING

Bidders may submit pricing for any one item or combination of items included in this bid. If product price is the same for various locations, only one bid proposal sheet is needed. If product price varies for different locations, please copy the blank form(s) as many times as needed.

HIGHWAY LOCATIONS:

Name

Address

Aces Pit

1067 Storytown Road, Brooklyn, WI 53521

Albion Salt Shed

1015 County Road A, Edgerton, WI 53534

Badger Salt Shed

3650 County Road T, Madison, WI 53718

(I39 @ CTH T)

East Side Facility

3103 Luds Lane, McFarland, WI 53558

(Approx. ¼ mile north of CTH AB & US 12/18 intersection)

Madison Shop

2302 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison, WI 53713

Mt. Horeb Shop

9932 USH 18/151 Business, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572

(West Village Limits)

Stoughton Shop

2520 County Road B, Stoughton, WI 53589

(CTH N @ CTH B ‘south’)

Springfield Shop

6159 USH 12, Dane, WI 53529

(USH 12 approx. 0.5 mile north of CTH P)

Verona Salt Shed

4391 Maple Grove Dr, Madison, WI 53719

York Salt Shed

1274 Greenway Road, Marshall, WI 53559

SPECIFICATION DEVIATIONS

Check One:

No deviations from bid specifications

Deviations from the bid specifications are present – see list below

Item

Complies

Does Not Comply

Explanation of Deviation

Pea Gravel, Granite or Quartzite

Grad. No. 1

PRICE PROPOSAL

VENDOR NAME:

Pricing shall be inclusive of all labor, delivery costs and other expenses necessary to provide product in accordance with the specifications and terms and conditions of this bid document and your proposal.

PROJECT LOCATION

CTH A (Albion Road to US 51)

Town of Albion, Sections 9, 16

OPTION A – DELIVERED TO

Albion Salt Shed 1015 County Road A, Edgerton, WI 53534

MATERIAL TYPE

QUANTITY

(TONS)

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL PRICE

1

Pea Gravel, Grad. No. 1

380

$

$

2

Quartzite/Granite Chips, Grad. No. 1

380

$

$

Pit Name

Location (Town/Range/Section)

Address

OPTION B

Supplier’s Stockpile

MATERIAL TYPE

QUANTITY

(TONS)

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL PRICE

3

Pea Gravel, Grad. No. 1

380

$

$

4

Quartzite/Granite Chips, Grad. No. 1

380

$

$

5

Does price include loading?

YES NO

6

If No, loading cost, if provided is:

$

per ton

Pit Name

Location (Town/Range/Section)

Address


PRICE PROPOSAL

VENDOR NAME:

Pricing shall be inclusive of all labor, delivery costs and other expenses necessary to provide product in accordance with the specifications and terms and conditions of this bid document and your proposal.

PROJECT LOCATION

CTH BB (Baxter Road to STH 73)

Town of Deerfield, Sections 9-12

OPTION A – DELIVERED TO

Badger Salt Shed: 3650 CTH T,

Madison 53718 (I39 @ CTH T)

MATERIAL TYPE

QUANTITY

(TONS)

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL PRICE

7

Pea Gravel, Grad. No. 1

860

$

$

8

Quartzite/Granite Chips, Grad. No. 1

860

$

$

Pit Name

Location (Town/Range/Section)

Address

OPTION B

Supplier’s Stockpile

MATERIAL TYPE

QUANTITY

(TONS)

UNIT PRICE

TOTAL PRICE

9

Pea Gravel, Grad. No. 1

860

$

$

10

Quartzite/Granite Chips, Grad. No. 1

860

$

$

11

Does price include loading?

YES NO

12

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