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RFP Notice – 2024 Qualified Supervisor – Contractor- Noxious Weeds

Request for Proposal
2024 Qualified Supervisor – Contractor- Noxious Weeds

Proposals to furnishing the following to the County of Montezuma, Colorado will be received at the Montezuma County Administration office at 109 West Main Street, Room 260, Cortez, CO 81321 until 12:00 p.m. on January 19th 2024. Proposals will be discussed at the next regularly scheduled Workshop.

The project consists of contracting through Montezuma County Noxious Weeds for oversight and supervision of the application of herbicide chemicals by Noxious Weed Department employees.  The applicant must have a current QS license as provided by Colorado Revised Statutes and the Colorado Department of Agriculture. 

  • Proposal 1.1 License
  • Proposal 1.1 Duty’s
  • Proposal 1.2 Availability
  • Proposal 1.3 Qualifications

Proposal documents, including specifications are available on the County website: 2024_Noxious_Weeds_RFP.pdf

Proposals shall be submitted to the Montezuma County Administration office at 109 West Main Street, Room 260, Cortez, CO 81321 with, “2024 Qualified Supervisor-Contractor-Noxious Weeds” as the job name.

The County reserves the right to waive any formality or any informality in the process of awarding a proposal.  The county reserves the right to accept any proposal, in whole or in part, and to reject any or all proposal if it be deemed in the best interest of the County do so.

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS

  1. INTERPRETATIONS: All questions about the meaning or intent of the Contract Documents shall be submitted in writing to the Interim County Noxious Weeds Director at 109 West Main Street, Room 260, Cortez, CO 81321 or via email at csutch@co.montezuma.co.us .  Every adjustment as to the meaning of the contract documents, or any part thereof, will be in the form of an Addendum and will be issued by email or delivered to all parties recorded by the County as having received the proposal documents.  All such Addenda shall become part of the Contract and all bidders shall be bound by such Addenda, whether or not received by the bidders.  Questions received five or more days prior to date of proposals will be given consideration.  Only question answered by formal written responses will be binding.  Oral and other interpretations or clarifications will be without legal effect.
  2. PROPOSERS QUALIFICATIONS: The County reserves the right to make such investigations as necessary to determine the ability of proposer to perform the work as set out in the contract documents.  The bidder shall furnish to the County all such information and data for this purpose as the County may request.  The County reserves the right to reject any proposal if the evidence submitted by, or investigation of, such bidder fails to satisfy the County that the bidder is qualified to satisfy the requirements of the contract.  The County has the right to request a statement of proposer’s qualifications if it deems necessary.
  3. EXAMINATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND SITE: Prior to submitting the proposal, each proposer should examine the contract document thoroughly, become familiar with existing conditions that may in any manner affect labor, have knowledge of Federal, State and local laws, ordinance, rules and regulations affecting performance of the work, and carefully correlate their observations with the requirements of all contract documents.  The Contractor by execution of the contract shall in no way be relieved of any obligation under the contract due to their failure to examine any form, legal instrument, or to visit the site and the County will be justified in rejecting any claim as a result thereof. 
  4. PROPOSALS: All proposals must be submitted on forms supplied by the County and shall be subject to all requirements of the contract documents, and these instructions to proposers.  All proposals must be regular in every respect and no interlineations, excisions or special conditions shall be made or included in the proposal form by the proposer.

    Proposal documents including the proposal, the proposal guarantee, and the statement of the proposer’s qualifications (if requested) shall be attached to the proposal with job name “2024 Qualified Supervisor-Contractor-Noxious Weeds Weeds”.

    The County may consider as irregular any bid on which there is an alteration of or departure from the proposal form hereto attached and at its option may reject the same.  If the contract is awarded, it will be awarded by the County to the responsible proposer on the basis of the proposal complying with the conditions of the request for proposal.  The Contract will require the completion of the work according to the contract documents.
  5. READING OF PROPOSALS: Proposal will be received at the office of the Administration building located at 109 West Main, Room 260, Cortez, CO 81321, until 12:00 p.m. Friday January 19th 2024 At the time and place fixed for the reading proposals, the County will read all proposal received within the time set for receiving proposals, irrespective of any irregularities therein.  Proposers and other persons properly interested may be present, in person, or by representative.
  6. AWARD OF CONTRACT/NOTICE TO PROCEED: The proposer to whom the award is made will be notified at the earliest possible date.  Notice to proceed shall be issued no later than ten (10) days after the execution of the contracts by the owner.  Should there be reasons why the notice to proceed cannot be issued within such period, the time may be extended by mutual agreement between the owner and the contractor.
  7. PROPOSER PREFERENCE: If a nonresident proposer is from a state that provides a proposal preference to proposers from that state, then a comparable percentage disadvantage will be applied to the proposal of that nonresident proposer. Additional information is available on our website.

 

2024_Noxious_Weeds_RFP.pdf

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Chairman
Jim Candelaria (District 1)
Phone: (970) 749-3841
Vice Chairman
Kent Lindsay (District 2)
Phone: (970) 560-1471
Commissioner of Deeds
Gerald Koppenhafer (District 3)
Phone: 970-749-0262
Contact Montezuma County Vice-Chairman, Jim Candelaria  (District 1)
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