The project consists of multiple work scopes for all the work necessary for the 95,502 SF Renovation of the Park Elementary School. Project includes demolition and renovations of the existing facility as well as a 760 SF stair tower addition, bus parking, and all associated site work, utilities and amenities. This bid package consists of multiple work scopes including Earthwork, Concrete & Masonry, Steel (material), Steel (erection), Gypsum assemblies, General Construction, Doors & Hardware (material), Casework, Roofing, Aluminum Doors & Windows, Tile, Resilient & Carpet Flooring, ACT, Painting, Food Service Equipment, Fire Suppression, Mechanical, and Electrical. The project is planned to begin January 2022 and be substantially complete August 26, 2022. Please refer to the milestone schedule provided in the bid documents.
BID DATE AND LOCATION
Sealed bids will be received at Hutchinson Public Schools, ISD 423 District Office: 30 Glen Street Northwest, Hutchinson, MN 55350. Bids will be received and stamped-in prior to 2:00 pm local time on October 28, 2021. Bids will be opened and read aloud at a separate location. The bid opening is open to the public via live recording. A link to the opening will be provided at a later date.
EXAMINATION OF DOCUMENTS
Bidders may view drawings and specifications for the project at the office of the Construction Manager.
For Electronic access to the bidding documents, please contact the Construction Manager at 320-339-7500. The Construction Manager can also provide locations of Builders Exchanges holding plans for contracts to access. Bidders are responsible for any and all costs associated with the production of plans and specifications for their use.
A pre-bid conference will be held at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at the Hutchinson Park Elementary School, 100 Glen Street SW, Hutchinson, MN 55350. If bidders want to review the physical site, a site review will take place immediately following the pre-bid conference. No extras will be allowed because of the bidder’s misinterpretation to the amount of work involved, bidder’s own error, negligence, or failure to examine the site.