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Posted on: May 18, 2018

Invitation to Bid Reassessment

NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID BY THE CITY OF RADFORD, VIRGINIA

The City of Radford will accept proposals from qualified contractors to supply and/or perform services listed in Section X of the procurement package and identified herein as PROCUREMENT ITEM:  Quadrennial  Reassessment of All Properties – City Budget Expenditure Account Number 100-1232-403170.  The complete procurement package is available upon request to the Commissioner of the Revenue Office, 619 Second Street, Room 161, Radford, Virginia.  Written proposals must be received not later than 2:00 PM local prevailing time on August 15, 2018 in the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue at 619 Second Street, Room 161, Radford, Virginia and will be reviewed accordingly.  BIDS MUST BE SEALED IN AN ENVELOPE CLEARLY MARKED “2020 REASSESSMENT BID” ALONG WITH THE NAME OF THE FIRM, ADDRESS AND MAIN CONTACT PERSON.  Award of a contract will be based on criteria set forth in City Code Sections 15.1-42 through 15.1-47.  The entire City Code section on Procurement is available for inspection in the City Manager’s Office.  The City of Radford is an equal opportunity employer and requires that the successful bidder execute an anti-discrimination and equal opportunity guarantee prior to the award of a contract.  The right to reject any and all proposals and to waive any informality is herewith reserved exclusively by the City.  A pre-proposal meeting will be held July 18, 2018 at 10:00 am, in the Conference Room at 10 Robertson Street, Radford, Virginia for the purpose of reviewing the proposal/bid requirements.  Only those bidders registered at that meeting will be allowed to bid.  Bids will be opened publicly at the time and place specified in this announcement.  All bids are the property of the City of Radford and are available for public inspection.  The City is required to handle each proposal so that disclosure of the identity of any bidder in the contents of any proposal to competing bidders during the process of bidding or negotiation does not occur.  Therefore each bid proposal shall be provided by the bidder in a plain envelope indicating only the subject upon which the bid is being entered.  The City will not be held responsible for proposals not marked.  Until and unless the responsive proposal from the lowest responsible bidder is rejected or cancelled, the City reserves the right to negotiate with the apparent low bidder for the lower contract price in the event the proposal from the lowest responsible bidder exceeds funds made available for the purchase by the City.  Changes or modifications may be made or authorized by the City, in the requirement of any of the contract documents, including the plans and specifications, which may be deemed appropriate by the City or which could be accomplished by a change order after the contract is awarded.  If such negotiations result in a contract price within available funds, the City may award the contract based thereon, but reserves to itself the right to reject the same for any reason deemed sufficient by it, in which event the project may be re-advertised or not, as the City deems to be in its interests.  By the Authority of: City Manager/Purchasing Agent.

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