Bid Documents (RFP & RFQ)

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Ash Tree Removal and Treatment

  • Department:Public Works
  • Category:Grounds Maintenance
  • RFP Number:2017-EAB Service
  • Start Date:12/22/2016
  • Close Date:01/20/2017 12:00 PM

The Urban Forestry Consortium is making a request for proposal (RFP) to qualified firms to provide for tree removal and tree treatment of selected ash trees in the consortium cities. Consortium cities participating in this RFP include Clayton, Frontenac, Manchester, and Wildwood.

 The successful Contractor will be responsible for providing the personnel and equipment needed to meet the project requirements and terms as specified in this document.

The work may consist of tree removal, stump removal and tree treatment at various locations throughout the consortium cities. Work locations will be on the public right-of-way (ROW) to include, but not limited to, tree lawns (street trees between sidewalk and curb), parks, and median islands. The successful Contractor will be provided with locations of all designated tree removals and treatments, as well as the tree’s DBH (diameter at breast height).  

Approximate numbers of trees to be removed and treated in each city are listed on Attachment A: Bid Summary. Proposals shall include a per/diameter inch price for trees to be removed, stumps to be removed, and treatment to be injected. An estimated total number of trees in each category is provided on the bid sheet.

Any questions relative to the preparation of your proposal should be directed to: Meridith Perkins, Urban Forestry Consortium Manager, (314)452-4268.

All interested contractors are encouraged to send at least one representative to the pre-bid meeting scheduled from 1pm - 3pm on Monday, January 9, 2017 at Clayton City Hall.  Bids are due by 12:00pm, Friday, January 201, 2017.  Bid Opening will take place at 2:00pm, Friday, January 20, 2017 at Clayton City Hall.

Bid Documents - Ash Tree Removal and Treatment

Addendum #1 (must be signed and included with proposal)

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