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OSU Arts and Education Complex (“AEC”) BP #2 – All Work


OSU Arts and Education Complex ("AEC")


Oregon State University


Corvallis, OR

Bids Due

Tuesday 08/31/2021 2 pm

Bid Documents

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Hoffman Construction Company, Construction Manager/General Contractor (“CM/GC”) for OSU Arts and Education Complex (“AEC”) (“Project”) being performed for Oregon State University (“Owner”) requests sub-bid proposals for Bid Package #2 – “AEC” All Other Work.

A non-mandatory, but strongly encouraged, pre-bid meeting has been scheduled for 1:30 p.m., July 28, 2021.  Attendees are to meet at the SW Corner of the project off of SW Benton Place & SW Washington Way, Corvallis Oregon.  Attendees must bring/wear their own OSHA-compliant Hard Hat and Safety Glasses, Reflective Vest, long pants, and boots in order to attend the job walk following the pre-bid meeting.  Statements made at the pre-bid meeting by representatives of the Contractor, Owner, Architect, Engineers, and/or others are not binding and do not change the RFP documents or bidding requirements unless such statements are confirmed by written Addendum to the RFP.

Proposals must utilize the specified PROPOSAL FORM and be submitted as a single file (less than 10MB) to BIDS@hoffmancorp.com, no later than 2:00 p.m., August 20, 2021.

Bidders are hereby advised that an affiliate of Contractor intends to submit a proposal for the concrete and drywall work in response to the Request for Proposals (RFP).  Refer to RFP for bidding instructions related to these two scopes of work.

A completed Subcontractor/Vendor Questionnaire including latest year-end safety and financial information must accompany the proposal unless previously submitted.  Questionnaire may be attached as a separate file or submitted separately.  Elaborate proposals or the inclusion of non-essential information e.g. marketing/promotional material, safety manuals, resumes, etc. is strongly discouraged.  Proposals that are materially incomplete, do not include current Questionnaire with latest year-end safety and financial information (unless previously submitted), are directed to other locations or received after the bid deadline will not be considered.

Bidders must be properly licensed with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (“CCB”) at the time of bid.  Bidders are required to file a $30,000 Public Works Bond with the CCB in accordance with ORS 279C.836 EXCEPT exemptions allowed under paragraphs (7) or (8) will not be permitted.  Due to the scheduled start of the work, the $30,000 Public Works Bond must be on file with the CCB at the time of bid.  This is a prevailing wage project.  Bidders must comply with requirements of the prevailing wage law in ORS Chapter 279C.  A Contractor Controlled Insurance Program (“CCIP”) for on-site operations is being provided for general liability.

Owner and Contractor are committed to promoting and stimulating the growth of disadvantaged business enterprises, minority business enterprises, women business enterprises, emerging small businesses, and service-disabled veteran business enterprises (D/M/W/ESB/SDVBE) and maximizing opportunities for these firms to participate in the work of this project.  Contractor has an aspirational goal of 20% of Project construction costs being performed by D/M/W/ESB/SDVBE firms. Subcontractor shall endeavor to utilize such firms through sub-tier contracting and/or material purchases and shall provide documentation of their good faith efforts and achievements.

Subcontractor’s shall fully comply with the Senate Bill 5721 and workforce requirements.  For subcontracts of $200,000 or more the following applies:

  • Employ apprentices to perform 15 percent of the work hours that workers in apprenticeable occupations perform under the contract, in a manner consistent with the apprentices’ respective apprenticeship training programs;
  • Establish and execute a plan for outreach, recruitment and retention of women, minority individuals and veterans to perform work under the contract, with the aspirational target of having at least 15 percent of total work hours performed by individuals in one or more of those groups;
  • Provide health insurance and retirement benefits to workers.

Refer to proposal documents for complete proposal requirements and additional information.  Proposal documents may be examined at local plan centers, viewed and/or downloaded without charge at www.hoffmancorp.com/trade-partners.

Contractor is an equal opportunity employer and request bids from all qualified firms including disadvantaged, minority, women, disabled veterans and emerging small business enterprises.  CCB License # 28417.

Pre-Bid Information

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