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    As Grand County's paper of record, The Times-Independent publishes public notices of many kinds submitted to the newspaper from local people and institutions.

    Project: Grand County EMS Building, 500 East 100 North, Moab, UT
    Bid Package: RFP for Metal Building
    Bid Due: June 23, 2020 at 2:00 PM prevailing Mountain Time
    CMGC: Hogan & Associates Construction, Inc., 940 N 1250 W, Centerville UT 84014
    801-951-7000 Phone
    801-951-7100 Fax
    Plan Coordinator: Tracy Heun (theun@hoganconstruction.com)
    Estimator: Rick Sandberg (rsandberg@hoganconstruction.com)
    Owner: Grand County Municipal Building Authority, 125 E. Center Street, Moab, UT 84532
    Architect: Jones & DeMille Engineering, Inc., 1535 South 100 West, Richfield, UT 84701
    Hogan & Associates Construction, Inc., Construction Manager General Contractor (CMGC) for Grand County Municipal Building Authority, is requesting RFPs for the Grand County EMS Building in accordance with the plans and specifications as prepared by Jones & DeMIlle Engineering, Inc., 1535 South 100 West, Richfield, UT 84701 and per the “Instructions to Bidders”.
    Project bid documents for this bid package will be available at the office of the construction manager June 8, 2020. All bidders need to register with the CM in order to receive full documents and future addendum. Contact Tracy Heun (801-951-7284 or theun@hoganconstruction.com) to make arrangements to receive bidding documents.
    All project correspondence including RFI’s, clarifications requests and product approval requests must be emailed to Rick Sandberg (rsandberg@hoganconstruction.com). All correspondence must include
    proper backup with clear description of questions/request and references to plan pages, details, specification sections, etc.
    The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids or proposals or to waive any formality or technicality deemed in its best interest. Qualifications may be requested, before or after the bid date,
    of any bidder.
    Published in The Times-Independent, Moab, Utah, June 11 and 18, 2020.

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