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Construction Bids

Bid Opening Project Details Addenda
7/25/2017 Highland Ave, Hillcrest Ave, Dresser Rd, Edwin St, and Winterberry St Water Main Replacement, South Portland, Maine 

Details

Plan Holders

Bid Results

 
1/26/2017 Tuttle Road Water Main Replacement, Cumberland, Maine

Details

Plan Holders

Bid Results

Addendum 1 (1/19/2017)
11/1/2016 Fore St, India St and Newbury St Water Main Replacement, Portland, Maine

Details

Plan Holders

Bid Results

 
3/3/2016 Westbrook Street Water Main Replacement, South Portland, Maine

Details

Plan Holders

Bid Results

Addendum 1 (3/2/2016)
2/24/2016 Broadway Water Main Replacement, South Portland, Maine

Details
Plan Holders

Bid Results

 
2/3/2016 Gorham Water Main Upgrades - 407 Pressure Zone Extension, Gorham, Maine

Details

Plan Holders

Bid Results

Addendum 1 (1/29/2016)

 

 

Highland Ave, Hillcrest Ave, Dresser Rd, Edwin St, and Winterberry St
Water Main Replacement

South Portland, Maine 

 

Sealed bids for the construction of Water Main Replacements in Highland Avenue, Dresser Road, Edwin Street, Hillcrest Avenue, Roberts Street, Winterberry Street and Fickett Street, South Portland will be received by the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, Maine until 2:00 p.m., local time, July 25, 2017.  The work shall consist of, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

1. Replace approximately 3,125 feet of existing water main and appurtenances in Highland Avenue (885’ – 12” DI), Dresser Road (360’ – 8” DI), Edwin Street (360’ – 4” DI), Hillcrest Avenue (810’ – 8” DI), Roberts Street (40’ – 4” DI, Winterberry Street (555’ – 4” DI) and Fickett Street (115’ – 8” DI).
2. Furnish and maintain temporary water systems where indicated on the drawings.

 

The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04102

Electronic copies of contract documents may be obtained in person at the administrative offices of the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04104-3553.  Plans and specifications will be provided in PDF form on a CD to prospective bidders.  (Paper copies are not available.)  There is no fee for the CD.  Requests for documents should be directed to the attention of the Asset Management & Planning Department.

For additional information see the District’s website:  www.pwd.org/construction-bids

 

 

Plan Holders List  (Last updated 07/24/2017 at 1:30PM)

  1. Construction Summary, Manchester, NH

  2. Madison Woodall Prime Vendor, Inc. Wilmington, NC

  3. ConstructConnect, Cincinnati, OH

  4. Dearborn Construction, Buxton, ME

  5. Shaw Brothers Construction, Gorham, ME

  6. Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc., Buxton, ME

  7. Dodge Reports, Hot Springs, AR

  8. RJ Grondin & Sons, Inc., Gorham, ME

  9. Works In Progress, South Burlington, VT

  10. Pratt and Sons, Inc. Mechanic Falls, ME

 

Bid Results (Bid Opening on 07/25/2017 at 2:00PM)

Bidder Total Bid
Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc. $762,468.45
Dearborn Construction $795,125.00
RJ Grondin & Sons, Inc. $920,650.00
Pratt & Sons, Inc. $1,038,000.00
Shaw Brothers Construction $1,255,480.00

 

Tuttle Road
Water Main Replacement

Cumberland, Maine

 

Sealed bids for the construction of Water Main Replacements – Tuttle Rd., Cumberland to be received by the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, Maine until 10:00 a.m. local time, January 26, 2017 and at that time publicly opened and read aloud. The work shall consist of, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

1. Replace approximately 4,500 feet of existing cast iron water main with new ductile iron water main and appurtenances.
2. Furnish and maintain temporary water systems where indicated on the drawings.

 

The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04102
Construction Summary, 734 Chestnut Street, Manchester NH 03104

 

Electronic copies of contract documents may be obtained in person at the administrative offices of the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04104-3553.  Plans and specifications will be provided in PDF form on a CD to prospective bidders.  (Paper copies are not available.)  There is no fee for the CD.  Requests for documents should be directed to the attention of the Asset Management & Planning Department.

Each proposal must be accompanied by Proposal Guaranty in form of certified check or bid bond in amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid.  A performance bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price, and labor and material payment bonds in like amount will be required prior to execution of the Agreement.
Bidder must comply with all rules and regulations associated with the M.D.O.T. street opening ordinances.  Portland Water District will obtain the street opening permits and be responsible for all associated fees.

Bidder agrees to begin work on or after June 1, 2017 and substantially complete the work on or before October 13, 2017 and achieve final completion on or before October 20, 2017.  If substantial completion of work is not achieved by the date specified in the Notice to Proceed, the Bidder further agrees to pay as liquidated damages, the sum of $500.00 for each consecutive calendar day until substantial completion is achieved.

The Bidder is responsible for determining if there are Addenda to the Project by viewing the P.W.D. project website located at http://www.pwd.org/construction-bids.  The bidder is responsible for incorporating addenda into their Bid and referencing the number and date on Article 3 – Bidder’s Representations of the Bid form.  The Portland Water District will not post Bid Addenda any later than 2 days prior to the bid opening without individually notifying all plan holders.

No bids may be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after date of opening thereof.  Right is reserved to refuse or reject any or all bids or to waive any informality in proposals received and to award work at discretion of the General Manager acting in the best interests of the Portland Water District.

 

 

Plan Holders List (Last updated 01/24/2017 at 1:00PM)

  1. Construction Summary , Manchester, NH
  2. Shaw Brothers Construction, Gorham, ME
  3. Thirsty Turf Irrigation, Gorham, ME
  4. St. Laurent & Son Excavation,Inc., Lewiston, ME
  5. RJ Grondin & Sons, Inc., Gorham, ME

  6. ConstructConnect, Cincinnati, OH

  7. Dearborn Construction, Buxton, ME

  8. D&C Construction, Waterboro, ME

  9. R.E. Coleman Inc., Portland, ME

  10. Peters Construction, Inc, Gorham, ME

  11. Glidden Excavating & Paving, Gorham, ME

  12. Sargent Corporation, Stillwater, ME

  13. Pratt and Sons, Inc. Mechanic Falls, ME

  14. Works In Progress, South Burlington, VT

  15. Gendron & Gendron, Lewiston, ME

  16. Drilling & Blasting Rock Specialists Inc., Gardiner, ME

  17. Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc., Buxton, ME

  18. Enterprise Trenchless Technologies, Inc., Lisbon Falls, ME

  19. A.H. Grover, Inc., Cumberland, ME

  20. Crooker Construction, LLC, Topsham, ME

  21. T Buck Construction, Turner, ME

  22. BECC Company, Inc, Yarmouth, ME

 

Bid Results (Bid Opening on 01/26/2017 at 10:00AM)

Bidder Total Bid
A.H. Grover, Inc. $1,058,775.00
Gendron & Gendron $1,152,000.00
Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc. $1,152,005.00
Peters Construction, Inc. $1,227,392.50
Sargent Corporation $1,246,480.00
D&C Construction $1,285,277.50
St. Laurent & Son Excavation, Inc $1,344,819.00
Shaw Brothers Construction $1,376,293.50
T Buck Construction $1,432,625.00
R.E. Coleman Inc. $1,442,070.00
RJ Grondin & Sons, Inc. $1,492,835.00

 

 

Fore St, India St, and Newbury St
Water Main Replacement

Portland, Maine

Sealed bids for the construction of Water Main Replacements in Fore Street, India Street and Newbury Street, Portland will be received by the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, Maine until 2:00 p.m., local time, November 1, 2016. The work shall consist of, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

 

1.   Replace approximately 1,500 feet of existing water main and appurtenances in Fore Street (565’ – 12” DI), India Street (260’ – 12’ DI; 310’ - 8” DI) and Newbury Street (345’ – 8” DI).

2.   Furnish and maintain temporary water systems where indicated on the drawings.

 

The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

 

Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04102

Construction Summary, c/o Cross Insurance, 2331 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04102

 

Starting on Monday, October 17th, Electronic copies of contract documents may be obtained in person at the administrative offices of the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04104-3553.  Plans and specifications will be provided in PDF form on a CD to prospective bidders.  (Paper copies are not available.)  There is no fee for the CD.  Requests for documents should be directed to the attention of the Asset Management & Planning Department.

 

Plan Holders List (Last updated 11/01/2016 at 9:30AM)

  1. Construction Summary of NH, ME & VT, Portland, ME
  2. RJ Grondin & Sons, Inc., Gorham, ME
  3. Construction Journal, Stuart, FL
  4. ConstructConnect, Cincinnati, OH
  5. Gendron & Gendron, Lewiston, ME
  6. St. Laurent & Son Excavation,Inc., Lewiston, ME
  7. Shaw Brothers Construction, Gorham, ME
  8. Dearborn Construction, Buxton, ME
  9. Pratt and Sons, Inc. Mechanic Falls, ME
  10. Storey Brothers Excavating, Inc., Cumberland, ME
  11. Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc., Buxton, ME
  12. Peters Construction, Inc, Gorham, ME
  13. R.E. Coleman Inc., Portland, ME
  14. Glidden Excavating, Gorham, ME

 

Bid Results (Bid Opening on 11/01/2016 at  2:00PM)

Bidder Total Bid
Pratt & Sons, Inc. $480,465.00
RJ Grondin & Sons, Inc. $486,950.00
Peters Construction, Inc. $499,500.00
Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc. $503,279.80
St. Laurent & Son Excavation, Inc. $594,435.00
Shaw Brothers Construction, Inc. $612,330.00
Dearborn Brothers Construction, Inc. $682.970.00

 

 

Westbrook Street
Water Main Replacement

South Portland, Maine

Sealed bids for the construction of Water Main Replacements – Westbrook St., South Portland to be received by the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, Maine until 10:00 a.m. local time, March 3, 2016 and at that time publicly opened and read aloud.. The work shall consist of, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

 

1.   Replace approximately 3,000 feet of existing ductile water main with new PVC water main and appurtenances.
2.   Furnish and maintain temporary water systems where indicated on the drawings.

The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04102

Associated Constructors of Maine, 188 Whitten Road, Augusta, ME 04330-6021

Construction Summary, c/o Cross Insurance, 2331 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04102

Electronic copies of contract documents may be obtained in person at the administrative offices of the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04104-3553.  Plans and specifications will be provided in PDF form on a CD to prospective bidders.  (Paper copies are not available.)  There is no fee for the CD.  Requests for documents should be directed to the attention of the Asset Management & Planning Department.

Each proposal must be accompanied by Proposal Guaranty in form of certified check or bid bond in amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid.  A performance bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price, and labor and material payment bonds in like amount will be required prior to execution of the Agreement.

Bidder must comply with all rules and regulations associated with the municipal street opening ordinances.  The contractor will obtain the street opening permits and be responsible for all associated fees.

Bidder agrees to substantially complete the work on or before August 1, 2016 and achieve final completion on or before August 15, 2016.  If substantial completion of work is not achieved by the date specified in the Notice to Proceed, the Bidder further agrees to pay as liquidated damages, the sum of $750.00 for each consecutive calendar day until substantial completion is achieved.

The Bidder is responsible for determining if there are Addenda to the Project by viewing the P.W.D. project website located at www.pwd.org/infrastructure/construction/construction.php.  The bidder is responsible for incorporating addenda into their Bid and referencing the number and date on Article 3 – Bidder’s Representations of the Bid form.  The Portland Water District will not post Bid Addenda any later than 2 days prior to the bid opening without individually notifying all plan holders.

No bids may be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after date of opening thereof.  Right is reserved to refuse or reject any or all bids or to waive any informality in proposals received and to award work at discretion of the General Manager acting in the best interests of the Portland Water District.

Disclaimer

Any contract awarded under this Invitation to Bid is expected to be funded in part by a Maine Drinking Water State Revolving Fund loan.  Neither the State of Maine nor any of its departments, agencies or employees is, or will be, a party to the Contract.

Notice to Bidders

Any person interested in Bidding on this contract should thoroughly familiarize themselves with the DWSRF Supplemental General Conditions.  Failure to comply with any of these conditions may result in the Bidder being determined non-responsive and therefore, not entitled to the award of this contract.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Requirements

Each bidder shall take special notice of the Guidance for use of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in the DWSRF Supplemental General Conditions.  Failure to complete these requirements may result in finding that the Bidder is non-responsive and therefore, not eligible to be awarded this Contract.  Complete requirements are located in the Bid Documents.

Nondiscrimination in Employment and Labor Standards

Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President’s Executive Order No. 11246 and amendments and supplements to that order.  The requirements for Bidders and Contractors under this Order are located in the DWSRF Supplemental General Conditions.

Federal Requirements

The Contractor must comply with the Department of Labor Regulations relating to the Copeland “Anti-Kickback” Act (18 U.S.C. 874)  as supplemented by 29 CFR part 3, Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.C. 327-330) as supplemented by 29 CFR part 5; and the Occupational Safety and Health Standards(OSHA)(29 CFR part 1910).

The Contractor must comply with all applicable standards, orders, or requirements issued under Section 306 of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S. C. 1857(H)), section 508 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1368), Safe Drinking Water Act, Executive Order 11738, Environmental Protection Agency regulations (40 CFR Part 15).

The Contractor must comply with all permits, restrictions and conditions, issued for the project by Federal Cross-Cutting Authorities.

Federal Davis Bacon wage rates apply on this project.  The Federal Wage Determination is attached to the specifications or will be supplied as a separate document, issued as an addendum.  It is the responsibility of the bidder to verify the applicable wage decision.  For job classifications not listed in the applicable wage decision a project-specific wage determination request must be filed with the federal Department of Labor.  The Drinking Water Program will provide the wage determination request application form.  The Drinking Water Program must review, sign, and submit the wage determination request application.  The contractor bears all responsibility for reimbursing workers at Davis-Bacon wage rates.  This includes job classifications not listed in the wage decision that require wage determination requests.

For more information, see www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts/dbra.htm

Plan Holders List (Last updated 2/23/2016 at 10:28AM)

  1. Associated Constructors of Maine, Augusta, ME
  2. Construction Summary of NH, ME & VT, Portland, ME
  3. Shaw Brothers, Gorham, ME
  4. Thirsty Turf Irrigation, Gorham, ME
  5. Dearborn Construction, Buxton, ME
  6. D&C Construction, Waterboro, ME
  7. Glidden Construction, Gorham, ME
  8. RJ Grondin, Gorham, ME
  9. EJP, Gardner, ME

Bid Results (Bid Opening on 3/3/2016 at 10:00AM)

Bidder Total Bid
D&C Construction $558,035.25
Gorham Sand & Gravel

$562,896.65

DDI $652,716.00
Peters Construction $653,890.00
Dearborn Construction $688,297.00
RJ Grondin $819,700.00

 

 

 

Broadway
Water Main Replacement
South Portland, Maine

Sealed bids for the construction of water main replacement in Broadway between Anthoine Creek and Elm Street; and combined sewer separation between Anthoine Creek and Buttonwood Road, including a new storm drain outfall at Anthoine Creek, South Portland will be received by the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, Maine until 2:00 p.m., local time, February 24, 2016. The work shall consist of, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

1.   Replace approximately 2,525 feet of existing water main in Broadway with new 12-inch PVC water main and appurtenances between Elm Street and Anthoine Creek.

2.   Furnish and maintain temporary water systems where indicated on the drawings.

3.   Install a new separated storm drain system in Broadway between Buttonwood Road and Anthoine Creek.

The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04102

Construction Summary, c/o Cross Insurance, 2331 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04102

Electronic copies of contract documents may be obtained in person at the administrative offices of the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04104-3553.  Plans and specifications will be provided in PDF form on a CD to prospective bidders.  (Paper copies are not available.)  There is no fee for the CD.  Requests for documents should be directed to the attention of the Asset Management & Planning Department.

Each proposal must be accompanied by Proposal Guaranty in form of certified check or bid bond in amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid.  A performance bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price, and labor and material payment bonds in like amount will be required prior to execution of the Agreement.

Bidder must comply with all rules and regulations, and pay any fees associated with the municipal street opening ordinances.

Bidder agrees to commence work on or after the date specified in the Notice to Proceed, to achieve substantial completion of work within 120 days of the date specified in the Notice to Proceed and final completion of all work within 150 days of the date specified in the Notice to Proceed.  If substantial completion of work is not achieved by the date specified in the Notice to Proceed, the Bidder further agrees to pay as liquidated damages, the sum of $750.00 for each consecutive calendar day until substantial completion is achieved.

The Bidder is responsible for determining if there are Addenda to the Project by viewing the P.W.D. project website located at www.pwd.org/infrastructure/construction/construction.php.  The bidder is responsible for incorporating addenda into their Bid and referencing the number and date on Article 3 – Bidder’s Representations of the Bid form.  The Portland Water District will not post Bid Addenda any later than 2 days prior to the bid opening without individually notifying all plan holders.

No bids may be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after date of opening thereof.  Right is reserved to refuse or reject any or all bids or to waive any informality in proposals received and to award work at discretion of the General Manager acting in the best interests of the Portland Water District.

Disclaimer

Any contract awarded under this Invitation to Bid is expected to be funded in part by a Maine Drinking Water State Revolving Fund loan.  Neither the State of Maine nor any of its departments, agencies or employees is, or will be, a party to the Contract.

Notice to Bidders

Any person interested in Bidding on this contract should thoroughly familiarize themselves with the DWSRF Supplemental General Conditions.  Failure to comply with any of these conditions may result in the Bidder being determined non-responsive and therefore, not entitled to the award of this contract.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Requirements

Each bidder shall take special notice of the Guidance for use of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in the DWSRF Supplemental General Conditions.  Failure to complete these requirements may result in finding that the Bidder is non-responsive and therefore, not eligible to be awarded this Contract.  Complete requirements are located in the Bid Documents.

Nondiscrimination in Employment and Labor Standards

Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President’s Executive Order No. 11246 and amendments and supplements to that order.  The requirements for Bidders and Contractors under this Order are located in the DWSRF Supplemental General Conditions.

Federal Requirements

The Contractor must comply with the Department of Labor Regulations relating to the Copeland “Anti-Kickback” Act (18 U.S.C. 874)  as supplemented by 29 CFR part 3, Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.C. 327-330) as supplemented by 29 CFR part 5; and the Occupational Safety and Health Standards(OSHA)(29 CFR part 1910).

The Contractor must comply with all applicable standards, orders, or requirements issued under Section 306 of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S. C. 1857(H)), section 508 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1368), Safe Drinking Water Act, Executive Order 11738, Environmental Protection Agency regulations (40 CFR Part 15).

The Contractor must comply with all permits, restrictions and conditions, issued for the project by Federal Cross-Cutting Authorities.

Federal Davis Bacon wage rates apply on this project.  The Federal Wage Determination is attached to the specifications or will be supplied as a separate document, issued as an addendum.  It is the responsibility of the bidder to verify the applicable wage decision.  For job classifications not listed in the applicable wage decision a project-specific wage determination request must be filed with the federal Department of Labor.  The Drinking Water Program will provide the wage determination request application form.  The Drinking Water Program must review, sign, and submit the wage determination request application.  The contractor bears all responsibility for reimbursing workers at Davis-Bacon wage rates.  This includes job classifications not listed in the wage decision that require wage determination requests.

For more information, see www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts/dbra.htm

 

Plan Holders List (Last updated 2/23/2016 at 10:28AM)

  1. Associated Constructors of Maine, Augusta, ME
  2. Construction Summary of NH, ME & VT, Portland, ME
  3. D&C Construction, Waterboro, ME
  4. St. Laurent & Son, Inc, Lewiston, ME
  5. Shaw Brothers Construction, Gorham, ME
  6. Long Champs, Lisbon, ME
  7. EJP, Gardiner, ME
  8. Construction Journal, Stuart, FL
  9. DDI Construction, Gorham, ME
  10. Dearborn, Buxton, ME
  11. RJ Grondin & Sons, Gorham, ME
  12. Thirsty Turf Irrigation Inc, Portland, ME
  13. Glidden Construction, Gorham, ME
  14. Peters Construction, Gorham, ME

Bid Results (Bid Opening on 2/24/2016 at 2:00PM)

Bidder Total Bid
Peters Construction $1,507,056.25
RJ Grondin & Sons $1,673,611.50

  

 
 Gorham Water Main Upgrades - 407 Pressure Zone Extension 
Wards Hill Road, Dryer Road, and Huston Road
Gorham, Maine
 
 

Sealed bids for the construction of Gorham Water Main Upgrades will be received by the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, Maine until 10:00 a.m. local time, February 3, 2016. The work shall consist of, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

 

  1. Install approximately 7,100’ of ductile iron water main and appurtenances in Ward’s Hill Rd, Dyer Rd and Huston Rd., Gorham.

 

The Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

Associated Constructors of Maine, 188 Whitten Road, Augusta, ME 04330-6021

Construction Summary, c/o Cross Insurance, 2331 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04102

 

Electronic copies of contract documents may be obtained in person at the administrative offices of the Portland Water District, 225 Douglass Street, Portland, ME 04104-3553.  Plans and specifications will be provided in PDF form on a CD to prospective bidders.  (Paper copies are not available.)  There is no fee for the CD.  Requests for documents should be directed to the attention of the Asset Management & Planning Department.

Each proposal must be accompanied by Proposal Guaranty in form of certified check or bid bond in amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid.  A performance bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price, and labor and material payment bonds in like amount will be required prior to execution of the Agreement.

Bidder must comply with all rules and regulations, and pay any fees associated with the municipal street opening ordinances.

Bidder agrees to substantially complete the work on or before September 1, 2016 and achieve final completion on or before September 16, 2016.  If substantial completion of work is not achieved by the date specified in the Notice to Proceed, the Bidder further agrees to pay as liquidated damages, the sum of $300.00 for each consecutive calendar day until substantial completion is achieved.

 

The Bidder is responsible for determining if there are Addenda to the Project by viewing the P.W.D. project website located at http://www.pwd.org/construction-bids.  The bidder is responsible for incorporating addenda into their Bid and referencing the number and date on Article 3 – Bidder’s Representations of the Bid form.  The Portland Water District will not post Bid Addenda any later than 2 days prior to the bid opening without individually notifying all plan holders.

 

No bids may be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after date of opening thereof.  Right is reserved to refuse or reject any or all bids or to waive any informality in proposals received and to award work at discretion of the General Manager acting in the best interests of the Portland Water District.

 

 

Plan Holders List (Last updated 1/26/2016 at 3:00PM)

  1. Associated Constructors of Maine, Augusta, ME
  2. Construction Summary of NH, ME & VT, Portland, ME
  3. iSqFt.com, Cincinnati, OH
  4. Shaw Brothers Construction, Inc., Gorham, ME
  5. D & C Construction, Waterboro, ME
  6. DDI Construction, Gorham, ME
  7. Zebra Striping, Scarborough, ME
  8. Dearborn Construction, Buxton ME
  9. St. Laurent & Son, Inc., Lewiston, ME
  10. R.J. Grondin & Sons, Inc., Gorham, ME
  11. Construction Journal, Stuart, FL
  12. Dodge Reports, Hot Springs, AR
  13. Peters Construction, Inc., Gorham, ME
  14. Storey Brothers Excavating, Inc., Cumberland, ME
  15. Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc., Buxton, ME
  16. Drilling & Blasting Rock Specialists Inc., Gardiner, ME
  17. Longchamps & Sons Inc., Lisbon, ME
  18. Glidden Excavating & Paving, Gorham, ME
  19. McGoldrick Brothers Blasting Services, Inc., Windham, ME
 
 
Bidder Total Bid
St. Laurent & Son, Inc. $1,348,460.00
D & C Construction $1,399,374.00
Gorham Sand & Gravel, Inc. $1,424,089.00
Peters Construction, Inc. $1,496,347.50
DDI Construction $1,592,859.20
Dearborn Construction $1,642,310.00
R.J. Grondin & Sons, Inc. $1,733,520.00
Longchamps & Sons Inc. $1,779,210.00
Shaw Brothers Construction, Inc. $1,856,956.00

Disclaimer: To the best of the Portland Water District's knowledge, this information is complete and accurate. The Portland Water District is not responsible for inaccurate information and reserves the right to refuse or reject any or all bids.