In response to the coronavirus pandemic, and for the health of Glastonbury staff and community members, all Bids & RFPs will only be received electronically until further notice, please review solicitation documents for further instructions. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Bids/RFPs specifications may be downloaded from the links listed below and may also be obtained from the Purchasing office at the address located below. The responses must be submitted in a sealed envelope or package and the outside shall be clearly marked with the firm’s name and address and the following:
TITLE OF BID/RFP
DUE DATE & TIME
Sealed responses must be addressed to:
Town of Glastonbury
Purchasing Department, 2nd Level
2155 Main Street
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Responses will be opened and read aloud in the Town Hall location specified at the time and date detailed in the specification. Please contact the Purchasing Department at (860) 652-7588 for additional information. The Town of Glastonbury reserves the right to waive informalities or reject any part of, or the entire bid, when said action is deemed to be in the best interest of the Town. All Sealed proposals must be submitted to the Office of the Purchasing Agent no later than the time and date indicated. Late bids/RFPs will not be accepted. All bids will be publicly opened and read.
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Town of Glastonbury Code of Ethics
Respondent is required to review the Town of Glastonbury Code of Ethics adopted July 8, 2003 and effective August 1, 2003 and revised October 29, 2013 and effective November 8, 2013. Respondent shall acknowledge that they have reviewed the document in the area provided on the bid/proposal response page. The selected respondent will also be required to complete and sign an Acknowledgement Form prior to award. The Town of Glastonbury Code of Ethics, Charter Section 1101 Conflict of Interest and the Acknowledgement Form can be accessed by clicking on the following links:
•Disclosure Statement – Town of Glastonbury Code of Ethics
•Charter Section 1101 – Conflict of Interest
•Code of Ethics Acknowledgement Form
Hebron Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation and Roundabout at House Street
- RFP Number:2018-14 GL
- Start Date:01/19/2018
- Close Date:02/09/2018 11:00 AM
The Town of Glastonbury will receive Sealed Bids, in duplicate, for pavement rehabilitation on Hebron Avenue between Main Street and Sycamore Street under State Project No. LOTCIP 53-0001 and the construction of a modern roundabout at the intersection of Hebron Avenue and House Street under State Project No. 53-193 (Bid #GL-2018-14). Bids will be received only at the Office of the Purchasing Agent, Town Hall (second level), 2155 Main Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033, Attention: Mary F. Visone, Purchasing Agent, until February 9, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. (local time), at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. No late bids will be accepted.
Prevailing Wages: The contractor must comply with Section 31-53 of the Connecticut General Statutes as amended, including annual adjustments in prevailing wages. The successful Bidder is required to comply with all provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Opportunity Act of 1972, Executive Orders #3, No. 17, 11246, 11375 and 11478. Contractors shall comply with State Statutes concerning Employment and Labor Practices, if applicable, and Section 31-53 of the Connecticut Statutes, as amended (Prevailing Wages). Federal Davis Bacon Labor Standards must be complied with under this contract.
All bidders are hereby made aware that ten (10) percent of the awarded contract value shall be performed by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE).
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