Whatcom Transportation Authority (WTA) provides fixed route, paratransit, and vanpool service throughout Whatcom County. WTA is a municipal corporation formed in 1983. Find additional information about WTA at www.ridewta.com.
WTA is soliciting bids for a Prime Contractor for a remodel to WTA’s Maintenance, Operations, Administration, Base (MOAB) second floor office space.
Questions and bid submission will be through WTA’s online platform:
Prime contractors interested in bidding must:
- Be registered within the online platform
- Indicate within the platform they are interested in bidding
- Understand how to submit a bid prior to the submission deadline
- Meet the minimum qualifications outlined in Section 00 21 13 at the time of bid
Bid submission will be done electronically with a public bid opening conducted via Microsoft Teams.
To be considered, all requests for questions, clarifications, changes or substitutes to materials, methods, or contract terms must be submitted to WTA’s online portal prior to the date noted in Section 00 31 13 Bid Schedule. WTA does not guarantee that a response will be provided, or the completeness of any answer to questions that are not submitted using the procurement portal or submitted after the date provided in the Bid Schedule.
This Contract is subject to Washington State Prevailing Wage and retainage rules, and the Public Works provisions, RCW Chapter 39.04. Federal Davis Bacon will not apply. A bid bond, payment bond, and performance bond are required pursuant to RCW 39.08.010(3).
Bidders will be required to adhere to the terms and conditions of this solicitation. The Invitation to Bid, and all of the terms are incorporated as terms and conditions of the final contact. WTA will not make any concessions for Bidders who are not completely familiar with the scope or contract requirements.
Equal Opportunity: Small, minority and women-owned Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), as defined in 49 CFR Part 26, are encouraged to submit proposals in response to this solicitation. WTA ensures non-discrimination in the award and administration of all contracts, creates a level playing field where DBE’s can compete fairly, and remove barriers to the participation of DBE’s in our contracts.
Magan Waltari, CPPB, CPSM, NIGP-CPP
Procurement & Contracts Manager/DBELO
4011 Bakerview Spur, Bellingham, WA 98226
360.788.9332, [email protected]