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Clean Water Services (District) wishes to enter into a three-year contract to purchase bare root native plants for use in its watershed enhancement projects. The contract also provides District with the option to renew the contract for up to two additional one-year periods. Interested contractors must submit proposals. Proposals are due to Randy Lawrence, Water Resources Specialist, at District’s Administration Building Complex, located at 2550 SW Hillsboro Highway, Hillsboro, Oregon 97123 on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at 3:00 p.m. Facsimile or electronically transmitted proposals will not be accepted. Late proposals will be kept by the District, but not considered for award. Proposals will not be opened publicly nor read aloud.
You may request an electronic copy of the Request for Proposals (RFP) from District's website at http://bids.cleanwaterservices.org (Website) by selecting the title of this RFP and completing the section to request the document package. This information will be accumulated for a Bid Holders List and your email will be used to send you automatic notifications when District posts a new document or changes information related to this RFP. Contractors are responsible for obtaining any Addenda by using the link provided in the automatic email for from District’s Website. If you would also like to receive notifications by RSS feed, you may subscribe to District’s Open Solicitations RSS feed on the Website. If you experience problems downloading the RFP, please contact Randy Lawrence at (503) 681-3683.
Contractors need not be licensed under ORS 468A.710 (regarding licensing of contractors on projects involving asbestos abatement).
District may reject any proposal not in compliance with all prescribed procedures and requirements, and may cancel this solicitation or reject, for good cause, any or all proposals upon a finding that it is in the public interest to do so.
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