ITB: Demolition of Metal Building

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Cherokee Nation Entertainment is seeking qualified demolitions contractors for the demolition of a metal building just west of the Cherokee Casino located in West Siloam Springs, OK.

The work will consist of the demolition and removal of the metal building structure and out buildings, disconnect all utility lines, including electric and remove underground piping, seal sewer line or septic tank removal, remove building slab, paving and foundations to a depth of 18″, top soil and seed all disturbed areas. This will be a lump sum all inclusive bid.

Testing indicated the presence of asbestos in the roll sheet flooring, the tile and mastic. The removal and disposal of these materials is per Oklahoma state regulations. Demolition contractor is responsible for providing all certifications and paper work required for removal and disposals of these materials and acceptance from a certified landfill. The asbestos report is provided for your reference.

There will be a MANDATORY pre-bid meeting held on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at the Cherokee Casino in West Siloam Springs, OK at the west end of the parking lot closest to the building be demolished. This meeting will be to answer any and all general questions. Specific questions must be sent via email to Tina Jones no later than NOON on Wednesday, January 29, 2014.

SEALED bids will be due no later than 10:00AM CST on Monday, February 3, 2014. If mailing bids, please mail to: Cherokee Nation Entertainment, Attn: Tina Jones, 777 W. Cherokee St., Catoosa, OK 74015. Bids can also be delivered by hand to: Cherokee Nation Entertainment, Attn: Tina Jones, 1102 N. 193rd East Ave., Bldg. 3, Catoosa, OK 74015.

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