ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION(Expired)

Dates

Bid Notification started - 22 Jun, 2017 (18 months ago) - ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

Start Date

22 Jun, 2017 (18 months ago)
Bid Notification due - 22 Jun, 2017 (18 months ago) - ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

Due Date

06 Jul, 2017 (17 months ago)
Bid Notification - ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

Opportunity Type

Bid Notification
H050025145 - ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

Opportunity Identifier

H050025145
Bid Notification Manitoba Finance Procurement Services Branch - ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

Customer / Agency

Manitoba Finance Procurement Services Branch
Bid Notification  - ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION

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 Reference NumberMB-MBPB-H05-03762 Solicitation NumberH050025145 Organization NameManitoba Finance
Procurement Services Branch
 Source IDPV.MN.MB.498.C6 Associated ComponentsYes  Published2017-06-22 Revised Closing2017-07-06 12:00 PM   CategoryConstruction Products
 GSINSN5610D: EMULSION, ASPHALT
 Region of Delivery Region of Opportunity Agreement Type Tender TypeInvitation to Tender (ITT) Estimated Value Solicitation Method  
ASPHALT,SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION ISSUING DEPARTMENT: Infrastructure
DATE ISSUED: 22/06/2017
ISSUED BY: Carol Mykytiuk
TELEPHONE: 204 945-0378
PROJECT:
BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT, PTH 16
WEST JCT PR 250 (NEWDALE) TO NORTH JCT OF PTH 10
CONTRACT NO. 6772
CONTRACTOR: COCO PAVING (CANADA) INC.
O/A RUSSELL REDI-MIX CONCRETE
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ITEM QTY DESCRIPTION DELIVERY
NO. DATE
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ITEM 10 14/07/2017
744.000 Tonnes GSIN: N5610MATERIAL: 37062
ASPHALT, SS-1 SLOW SET EMULSION
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SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. MATERIAL REQUIRED AS AND WHEN REQUESTED COMMENCING
APPROXIMATELY JULY 14, 2017.
2. QUANTITY IS APPROXIMATE AND MAY VARY MORE OR LESS.
3. PRICES FIRM FOR THE CURRENT CONSTRUCTION SEASON.
4. SPECIFICATIONS:
A) THE MATERIAL SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MANITOBA INFRASTUCTURE
SPECIFICATIONS FOR EMULSIFIED ASPHALTS DATED MAY 2015.
THE SPECIFICATIONS CAN BE OBTAINED IN THE APPROVED
PRODUCTS LIST AT
http://www.gov.mb.ca/mit/mateng/index.html
B) THE MATERIAL SHALL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
MANITOBA INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORTATION PROVISIONS FOR
DELIVERY OF ASPHALT PRODUCTS DATED NOVEMBER 1995.
5. APPROVALS:
THE SUPPLIER MUST HAVE ITS PRODUCT PRE-APPROVED BY MANITOBA
INFRASTRUCTURE IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR BIDDING. THE MATERIAL
IS SUBJECT TO TEST BY THE TESTING LABORATORY DESIGNATED
BY MANITOBA INFRASTRUCTURE.
6. COORDINATION OF SUPPLY:
IT IS THE SUPPLIER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO COORDINATE THE
DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT DIRECTLY WITH THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR
OF THE PROJECT. THE DEPARTMENT IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DELAY
COSTS OR DEMURRAGE COSTS OF ANY KIND, ASSOCIATED WITH EITHER
THE SUPPLIER'S OR THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S ACTIVITIES.
7. BIDDERS TO ADVISE THE FOLLOWING:
CARRIER'S NAME: ________________________________________
ORDER PHONE NO.: _______________________________________
8. PLANT SITE WILL BE ACCESSIBLE FOR "TRAIN" EQUIPPED TRUCKS.
ABORIGINAL BUSINESS STANDARD
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ABORIGINAL BUSINESS STANDARD FOR "GOODS" OR "GOODS WITH
RELATED SERVICES"
DEFINITIONS
"Aboriginal Business" means a business that is at least
51% Aboriginal owned and controlled and, if it has six or
more full-time employees, at least one-third of its
employees must be Aboriginal persons.
"Aboriginal Business Directory" means a business directory
of Aboriginal businesses that meet Manitoba's definition of
an Aboriginal business.
"Aboriginal Business Standard" means terms and conditions
that indicate that Aboriginal business participation is
desirable but not mandatory.
"Aboriginal Person" means a First Nations, Non-status Indian,
Metis or Inuit person who is a Canadian citizen and resident
in Canada.
ABORIGINAL PROCUREMENT INITIATIVE
Manitoba is committed to community economic development as a
key component of its economic strategy. It intends to develop
a provincial economy that is more inclusive, equitable and
sustainable. Procurement practices are one means that can be
used to contribute to the growth of Aboriginal businesses.
In that regard, Manitoba developed the Aboriginal Procurement
Initiative (API). The objective of API is to increase the
participation of Aboriginal business in providing goods and
services to Manitoba.
ABORIGINAL BUSINESS STANDARD
Aboriginal participation is desired but bids will not be
disqualified if there is no Aboriginal business participation.
ABORIGINAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Manitoba has established a directory of Aboriginal businesses
called the "Aboriginal Business Directory". This directory is
a list of Aboriginal businesses (including non profit
organizations and economic development corporations) that have
self declared as an Aboriginal Business meeting the definition
under the API. It is neither comprehensive nor exhaustive but
may be a useful resource to identifying Aboriginal businesses
for potential partnering or sub-contracting purposes. Aboriginal
businesses not listed in the Directory may also be used.
Registration in the Aboriginal Business Directory does not
guarantee certification as an Aboriginal business, as business
status may change; therefore formal certification is
required in the formal tender process. Aboriginal businesses
are encouraged to register by contacting Procurement Services
Branch.
For further information on the Aboriginal Business Directory,
registration forms and access to a copy of the Aboriginal
Business Directory please see the following website:
http://www.gov.mb.ca/mit/psb/api/api bd.html
CANADIAN FUNDS
Manitoba prefers to receive quotations in Canadian Funds.
If the pricing offered is quoted in a currency other
than Canadian then the currency is to be clearly identified
on the quote document.
RFQ SUBMISSIONS
An authorized representative of the vendor must sign the Request
for Quotation (RFQ) prior to submission. An RFQ which is not
signed will be considered a non-compliant bid and rejected.
Request for Quotations may be submitted in a sealed envelope,
by facsimile or by e-mail to the designated address.
The Department is not responsible for a transmittal failure of
an RFQ submitted by facsimile or e-mail. It is the bidder's
responsibility to confirm receipt of the submitted Request for
Quotation with the Department contact person designated on
page 1 of the RFQ.
Proposed Delivery Address:
F.O.B CONTRACTOR'S STORAGE TANKS AT PLANT SITE.
CONTRACTOR WILL ORDER PRODUCT WHEN NEEDED AND GIVE
FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS, IN THE S.W. 1/4 OF SECTION 2-14-19W
GRAVEL PIT LOCATED 3.2 KM NORTH AND 3.2 KM EAST OF THE
TOWN OF RAPID CITY
TENDERS TO BE RETURNED TO:
MANITOBA INFRASTRUCTURE
CONTRACT SERVICES
1630 - 215 GARRY STREET
WINNIPEG MB R3C 3P3
E-Mail: mit.eo.purchasing@gov.mb.ca
   

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