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TOWN OF ROWLEY Massachusetts 01969 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR

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TOWN OF ROWLEY Massachusetts 01969 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BID ­ ACCESSIBLE ROUTE CONSTRUCTION Eiras Park/Fire Station The Town of Rowley, acting through its Town Administrator, is soliciting bids for the construction of accessible parking and routes from portions of Eiras Park to the rear of the existing Fire Station. The services will include the construction of two separate asphalt-based accessible parking areas, a concrete sidewalk that connects some of the accessible parking to the rear of the existing Fire Station, paving a portion of the driveway in the park (~ 300′) and related fine grading, landscaping and signage (on pavement and mounted signs). It is anticipated that the construction proposed will be completed before the end of the 2021 construction season. This is a public works construction project and is being bid under the provisions of MGL Chapter 30, §39M. No filed sub-bids are applicable. Prevailing wage rates must be paid. Specific bid requirements must be followed. BID DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE: The bid documents will be available on line, via email (after email request) on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, after 11:00 am, local time, at places@placesassociates.com. Hard copies of the documents may be obtained from: Places Associates, Inc. 256 Great Road, Suite 4 Littleton, MA 01460 Tel: (978) 486-0334 Between the hours of 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, during regular business days. BIDS DUE: Bids must be submitted to the Town of Rowley, Town Administrator’s office at Town Hall, 139 Main Street, Rowley, MA 01969 on or before 1:00 PM, Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Only hard copy (printed & originally endorsed) bids will be accepted. Electronic bids, faxed bids or other formats will not be accepted. Bids will be opened publicly after the date and time noted. The Town of Rowley reserves the right to waive informalities if it is deemed in the best interest of the Town and is in compliance with applicable purchasing law and regulation. NT – 10/6/21

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