TOWN OF CLINTON, CONNECTICUT
Karl F. Kilduff
REPLACEMENT OF PLEASANT VALLEY ROAD BRIDGE
#04609 OVER MENUNKETESUCK RIVER
CT DOT PROJECT NO. 9027-4609
BID # PVBRDG-DPW-2020
Important Information for Bidders
IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO BIDDERS
It is YOUR responsibility to register with the Town Manager’s office if
interested in bidding the project. By registering you will receive important
addendums, changes or answers to questions submitted by other vendors regarding
the specifications. The Town of Clinton assumes no responsibilities for defects and/or
omissions in Bid responses due to failure to register with the Town Manager’s Office.
This contract is subject to state set-aside and contract compliance requirements.
Therefore, if interested in bidding the project that you E-mail the
following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
TOWN MANAGER: KARL F. KILDUFF
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS: TODD HAJEK
Town of Clinton, Connecticut
Replacement of the Pleasant Valley Road Bridge
over the Menunketesuck River
Request for Proposals
The Town of Clinton is seeking proposals for the Replacement of the Pleasant Valley Road
Bridge over the Menunketesuck River. SEALED BIDS will be received until 11:00 a.m. on July
15, 2020, at the Town Manager’s Office, Andrews Memorial Town Hall, 54 East Main Street,
Clinton, Conn. 06413 at which time they will be opened and recorded. Any bids received
after the above date and time will be rejected. Bid documents are available for downloaded
at the Town of Clinton website at www.clintonct.org under “Bid Opportunities”.
This project is funded in part by the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation
through its Local Bridge Program (50% State Funded). Therefore; this contract is subject to
state contract compliance requirements, including non-discrimination statutes and set-aside
requirements. State law requires a minimum of twenty-five (25%) percent of the state-funded
portion of the contract be set aside for award to subcontractors holding current certification
from the Connecticut Department of Administrative Services. The contractor must
demonstrate good faith effort to meet the 25% set-aside goals.
This is a prevailing wage job. All questions are to be submitted by E-Mail to Todd Hajek at
email@example.com and Graham Curtis at Graham.Curtis@teamdtc.com.
The Town Manager reserves the right to reject any, or any part of, or all proposals; to waive
informalities and technicalities and to accept the Bid which the Town deems to be in the best
interest of the Town, whether or not it is the lowest dollar amount.
Karl F. Kilduff
TOWN OF CLINTON
INFORMATION TO BIDDERS
SEALED BIDS will be received at the Town Manager’s Office, Andrews Memorial Town Hall, 54 E. Main Street,
Clinton, Conn. 06413 until 10:30 a.m., July 15, 2020, at which time they will be opened and read aloud for:
Replacement of Pleasant Valley Road
Bridge Over Menunketesuck River
Bids received after the above stated time will be rejected.
Certificates of Insurance in a form acceptable to Town Counsel, will be submitted by the successful bidder
upon written or verbal notification that the proposal has been accepted. Required insurance must be maintained
for the duration of the contract.
Terms of payment, except when specified in the proposal, will be net 45 days after receipt of approved
invoice. The Town of Clinton is exempt from taxes imposed by the Federal and State Governments including the
Federal Transportation Tax. Such taxes should not be included in your proposal. Where applicable, freight
charges, setup charges and any other charges are to be included in the total price to the Town.
Equipment supplied and work performance must be in conformance with all OSHA regulations and all
vehicles must meet Federal and State Department of Transportation rules and regulations governing their use
in Connecticut. All equipment will be maintained in a safe clean working condition as intended by the
manufacturer. Violation of this provision may result in immediate termination of contract.
When applicable, the Contractor assumes responsibility to conform to all local ordinances and to obtain all
necessary permits before start of work. Certificates of Insurance shall include the Town of Clinton as an
additional insured for the life of the Contract.
Pursuant to Section 10-6 of the Town of Clinton Charter, the Town Manager may reject any and all
bids, or waive informalities and technicalities and to accept the Proposal (bid) which the Town deems to
be in the best interest of the Town, whether or not it is the lowest dollar amount. Bids received after the
above stated time will be rejected. No bid shall be accepted from or contract awarded to any person
who is in arrears to the Town of Clinton on any tax, debt, or contract.
The contractor who is selected to perform this State project must comply with CONN. GEN. STAT. §§ 4a-60,
4a-60a, 4a-60g, and 46a-68b through 46a-68f, inclusive, as amended by June 2015 Special Session Public Act 15-
State law requires a minimum of twenty-five (25%) percent of the state-funded portion of the contract for
award to subcontractors holding current certification from the Connecticut Department of Administrative