The responses to bidder's inquiries, unless incorporated into a formal addendem to the contract, are not a part of the contract and are provided for the bidder's convenience only. In some instances, the question and answer may represent a summary of the matters discussed rather than a word-for-word recitation. The availability or use of information provided in the responses to bidder's inquiries is not to be construed in any way as a waiver of the provisions of Section 2-1.03 of the Standard Specifications or any other provision of the contract, the plans, Standard Specifications or Special Provisions, nor to excuse the contractor from full compliance with those contract requirements. Bidders are cautioned that subsequent responses or contract addenda may affect or vary a response previously given.
Q1) The Contract says that License Requirements are Class A or applicable Specilaty license. Does that mean a C-13 is approved to bid as a prime?
A1) Yes, C-13 License can bid as prime. 10May11.
Q2) I don't see if we need to use painted geeen or Galvanized Tee post.
A2) On sheet 2 of 6. The X-1 plan sheet shows a 7' metal fence post in the detail. Galvanized post is not specified. 16May11.
Q3) Why is the addendum not posted under this contract number on the bidsync website?
A3) Addendum(when required) should be posted on the bidsync website. There are no addendum posted for this project to date. 16May11.
Q4) Where can I access this contract addendum and question and answers online?
A4) Addendum are posted on bidsync for this project. Bidder's inquiries and responses are posted on this website. 16May11.
Q5) Why is this contract referenced by contract number 06-0M3505?
A5) Historically, The Department has referenced projects by the Expenditure Authorization(EA) which is 06-0M350X for this project. The contract number (06A1692) is used to reference the Minor projects(usually under a certain dollar amount). 16May11.
Q6) Can A C-13 bid this as a prime and where can I access the answers to my questions online?
A6) Yes, C-13 Licensed Contractors may bid as the prime. Responses to any bidder inquiries can be optained at this website. 10May11.