May 25
Bid ended

1111A Maid Marion Drainage Improvements

Pascagoula, MS (G-NR-E)

Status

Bidding Closed

Bid Date5/25/22 12:00pm

Company & Contacts

Jackson County Board of Supervisors

Jim MacLellan, P.E. (Overstreet & Associates)   jim@overstreeteng.com

Engineer’s Estimate: $100,000 – $150,000

Notice is hereby given that sealed or electronic bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Jackson County, Mississippi,
until 12:00 noon (CT) on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 for:

Maid Marion Drainage Improvements

Said bids are to be opened and read aloud at 1:00 pm in the Board of Supervisor’s Meeting Room
located in the Jackson County Services Building, 2915 Canty Street, Pascagoula, Mississippi 39567.

Bids are invited for the furnishing of materials, equipment, labor, and incidentals necessary to stabilize and armor approximately 430 linear feet of drainage ditch banks and bottom.

CONTRACT TIME 90 WORKING DAYS

Contract Documents, including Drawings and Technical Specifications, are on file at the Office of Chancery Clerk, at 2915 Canty Street, Pascagoula, Mississippi. Official bid documents can also be downloaded from Plan House Printing at www.jacksoncoplans.com. Bid Documents can also be obtained from www.overstreetengplans.com. If there are any questions related to the process of obtaining plans from the www.overstreetengplans.com plan room, please contact Plan House Printing at 228-248-0181.

A certified check or bank draft payable to the order of JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, negotiable U. S. Government bonds (at par value), or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total bid for the Jackson County Board of Supervisors, “MAID MARION DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS”, shall be submitted with each bid.

For bids exceeding $50,000, Bidder must write the name of the bidder and his Certificate of Responsibility Number on outside of sealed proposal as required by Mississippi Law. For bids not exceeding $50,000, Bidder must either indicate his Certificate Number, or else write clearly “Bid does not exceed $50,000.”

Bidders are hereby notified that any proposal accompanied by letters qualifying in any manner the condition under which the proposal is tendered will be considered an irregular bid and such proposal may not be considered in making the award.

All bids must be on file with the Clerk of this Board on or prior to the hour and date first mentioned above. Bids sent through the mail should be addressed to the Board of Supervisors, care of the Chancery Clerk’s Office, 2915 Canty Street, Suite R, Pascagoula, MS 39567-4329.

The Board of Supervisors designated representatives will meet at the time and in place first stated in this Notice and will then and there open, read aloud, consider and take action as they may determine on bids received in accordance with this Notice.

The County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, including without limitation, nonconforming, nonresponsive, unbalanced or conditional bids. The County further reserves the right to reject the bid of any bidder whom it finds, after reasonable inquiry and evaluation, to not be responsible. The County may also reject the bid of any bidder if the County believes that it would not be in its best interest to make an award to that bidder. The County reserves the right to waive all

informalities not involving price, time or changes in the work and to negotiate contract terms with the successful bidder.

Preference shall be given to resident contractors, and a nonresident bidder domiciled in a state, city, county, parish, province, nation or political subdivision having laws granting preference to local contractors shall be awarded Mississippi public contracts only on the same basis as the nonresident bidder’s state, city, county, parish, province, nation or political subdivision awards contracts to Mississippi contractors bidding under similar circumstances. In order to ensure that Mississippi’s so-called Golden Rule is followed, state law requires a non-resident bidder to attach to his bid a copy of his resident state’s current law pertaining to such state’s treatment of non- resident contractors. Resident contractors actually domiciled in Mississippi, be they corporate, individuals or partnerships, are to be granted preference over nonresidents in awarding of contracts in the same manner and to the same extent as provided by the laws of the state, city, county, parish, province, nation, or political subdivision of domicile of the nonresident.

In compliance with the laws of the State of Mississippi, in choosing materials for the project, the successful bidder shall be required to give preference to materials grown, produced, prepared, made or manufactured within the State of Mississippi. The foregoing notwithstanding, no preference shall be given to materials grown, produced, prepared, made or manufactured in the State of Mississippi when other materials of like quality produced outside the State of Mississippi may be purchased or secured at less cost, or any other materials of better quality produced outside the State of Mississippi can be secured at a reasonable cost. The Contractor shall not use any materials on the project that are grown, produced, prepared, made or manufactured outside of the United States. If such materials are not available, then those which are grown, produced, prepared, made or manufactured outside the United States may be used.

Josh Eldridge, Chancery Clerk Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Jackson County, Mississippi

Publish Dates:
April 24, 2022
May 1, 2022