BEDFORD – The Bedford Board of Works and Safety met in a special session Thursday afternoon to approve a bid for the flushing system for a 2.5 million gallon tank as part of the Spider Creek Lift Station project.
The board previously met Monday to open and receive bids for the $19 million project, but had not received a bid for this measure. The city is planning on applying for a Regional Economic Acceleration & Development Initiative (READI) grant cycle and held the bidding process to determine the full price received from the grant.
Bedford Utilities Director Misty Adams reached out to receive bids for the flushing system, to avoid having to re-bid each part of the project. Gabriel Novac & Associates put in a quote for $450,000, and was the only bid received for the system.
The board approved the bid from Gabriel Novac & Associates, subject to the city receiving the remaining documents and the non-inclusive affidavit. Adams plans to have the grant application sent by Monday, August 15th.
Additional bids for the Spider Creek Project include:
- 2.5 million Gallon bolted epoxy coated 110 feet by 37 feet steel tank with accessories – United Industries Group Inc. awarded bid $1,323,950 and $53,900 additional
- Opening bid for flushing 2.5 million tank – No bids received
- Bids for one 600 kW, two 125 kW and one 30 kW generator with all piping, foundation, installation, and stainless transfer switch – DEQ Inc. awarded the bid for $369,600
- Bids for gravity sewer line from 6th Street to O Street – Mitchell and Starks Construction awarded the bid for $1,709,200
- Bids for forced for 14-inch force main from Spider Creek Lift Station to Denson Avenue – Infrastructure System Inc. awarded bid for $1,034, 075
- Bids for 25 MGD fine screen system, two 127 horsepower 12-inch pipe discharge submersible pumps, three 188 Horse Power 20-inch pipe discharge submersible pump, and three alternate 150 horsepower discharge with start-up and training – American Pump Services- $1,181,918
With the addition of the bid for the flushing system, the total amount of bids submitted is $6,068,743.