Construction of Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta

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Luckett’s Projects
4111 Oakland St.
Oakland, CA

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“Invitation to Bid”
For
“Request For Proposal”

William Luckett
Poetwrit_sfsu@yahoo.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS 3 1.1. General Description of Work 3 1.2. What Must Be Included with Bid 4 1.3. Schedule of Bid Period Activities 4 1.4. Location of Work 5

1. INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
These are the “Terms and Conditions” to present as a bidding for proposal. Each bidder is responsible to meet the all requirements of the bid proposal to be to qualify for the RFP Award contain There are four sections the bidder must meet 1.1 General description of work. 1.2 What must be included in the bid 1.3 Scheduling of Bid Period Activities, and 1.4 Location of work.

1.1. General Description of Work
The work to be done will be to build a baseball park. We will dig up the surface of the old parking lot. Then will flatten the surface and add baseball clay dirt to make an infield. Next we will bring in new grass to create an outfield. Then we will bring in bleachers for the outfield and put bleachers to surround the first baseline and third baseline.

1.2. What Must Be Included with Bid
As bidders you must provide us with a scope, timeline, and a cost. You must have timelines or dates; graphs or Gantt charts, and a process to show how you will deal with time constrains. Other project tools can be used to show how long it will take you to finish this project. Bidders will have to submit Certifications such as Building Permits, Safety Permits, Environmental Permits, Schedule Programs, State and Federal permits and Local permits. Bidders will need to provide Parking diagrams. Bidders will need to show all contractors and subcontractors and we will approve or disapprove of subcontractors chosen by bidders.
Bidders will need to provide preliminary project…...

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