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Bid Form for Demolition, Removal & Disposal of Derelict Structures

  1. Contract and Minimum Specifications for Demolition, Removal, & Disposal of Derelict Structures
    The Contractor shall be required to DEMOLISH, REMOVE & DISPOSE of a derelict structure located as stipulated on notice. Contractor agrees that proper disposal methods be utilized in the process of any such demolition, removal & disposal; with strict adherence given to any and all applicable local, state and federal law(s). It is acknowledged by Contractor that the burning of any debris, and/or the burying of any debris, is NOT an acceptable method of disposal. Contractor acknowledges that the actions referenced herein (demolition, removal & disposal) may involve certain inherent risks, including (without limitation) the risk of death, serious personal injury and damage and/or loss to personal property. Contractor agrees to assume all such risks, as well as any and all other risks involved in this undertaking. Contractor also agrees to hold harmless, save, indemnify, release and discharge the Jury and all of Jury’s agents, representatives, assignees and successors in interest, as well as any and all other persons or entities that may exercise control over this project, as well as any and all other persons or entities that might have any liability whatsoever to the undersigned (collectively, the “Released Parties”) from and against any and all damages, actions, claims and liabilities, whether known or unknown, anticipated or unanticipated, suspected or unsuspected, relating to or arising from the actions referenced herein (demolition, removal & disposal) - to the fullest extent permitted by law. Contractor agrees that laws of the State of Louisiana, under the 23rd Judicial District Court alone, shall govern the rights and obligations of the parties expressed herein - and the interpretation, construction and enforceability thereof. The Contractor shall be required to Submit a Valid and Current copy of their Certificate of Insurance relative to Workers Compensation & General Liability each time upon submitting a bid. Contractor hereby agrees to BEGIN WORK within Fifteen (15) days of notification by the Police Jury and COMPLETE WORK within Thirty (30) days.
  3. General:
    Payments will be made within Thirty (30) days from receipt of invoices upon receipt of substantial completion authorized by Parish Manager or Parish Foreman. Receipt from the disposal method or location will also be required before payment is released. All bids must be sealed, marked “Bid – Demolition, Removal & Disposal” and addressed or delivered to the Assumption Parish Police Jury, 4813 Hwy 1, Napoleonville, Louisiana 70390.
  4. Tied Bid Procedure
    As adopted and approved by the Assumption Parish Police Jury requires that if bids come in for the same amount, for the same product or service, preference shall be given to the bidder whose firm has its principal place of business in Assumption Parish then to the bidder whose product is locally made or obtained. If there is no distinguishing factor, bids will be broken by the flip of a coin with each bidder given the opportunity to be present for said flip. The Assumption Parish Police Jury reserves the right to reject any and all bids, waive informalities and to make the award for the above to the best interest of Assumption Parish.
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  6. Enter your Bid Price
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  10. Valid and Current copy of Certificate of Insurance relative to Workers Compensation & General Liability
  11. Please enter a detailed description of work to be performed.
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