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The Borough of Conshohocken will utilize electronic bidding to receive sealed bids for the 2023 Liquid Fuels Road Program. Sealed bids must be submitted online through the PennBid electronic procurement program prior to March 31, 2023 at 11:00 AM EST, at which time they will be opened and read aloud at the office of Remington & Vernick Engineers, 555 Croton Road, Suite 401, King of Prussia, PA 19406. 

All documents and solicitation details are available at no cost through PennBid (

This project consists of ADA curb ramp construction, asphalt pavement milling, removal of existing gutter pipes and metal plates under each intersection, full and partial depth pavement base repairs, installation of leveling/scratch course and wearing course, installation of roof leader gutter drains, installation of concrete curb for driveway aprons with steel reinforcement, installation of concrete stairs with handrail, pavement line striping and replacement of pavement markings.

This project is funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Municipal Liquid Fuels Program.  All material must meet current PennDOT Specifications.

Bidders are required to provide Bid Security in an amount equal to 10% of the total amount bid.  Bid Security may be provided in the form of a certified check or a bid bond issued by a Surety Company licensed to transact such business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Upon award of a contract, the Successful Bidder shall provide a Performance Bond and a Labor and Materials Payment Bond, each in the amount of 100% of the awarded contract value.  Upon completion of the contract, the Successful Bidder shall provide a 2-year Maintenance Bond in the amount of 100% of the final contract value.

Bidders are required to comply with the Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act of 1961, P.L. 987, No. 442, where the project cost is $100,000 or above for locally funded highway and bridge projects.

Only the Successful Bidder for a contract will be responsible for payment of a fee to PennBid and for bearing the cost thereof.  The amount of the fee due to PennBid is either 1/3% (0.0033) of the initial contract award amount for fixed fee contracts or 1/6% (0.00166) of the expected contract value for term contracts and will be invoiced by PennBid to the successful bidder upon award of a contract by the Local Contracting Unit.  The minimum fee is set at $100.00 and the maximum fee is capped at $5,000.00.

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