Process Water Treatment Program
|Level of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Jul 9, 2019|
|Due Date:||Jul 31, 2019|
|Solicitation No:||0520191608 Final Water Treatment Bid Submission|
|Type||RFP-MU allow attachments|
|Number||0520191608 Final Water Treatment Bid Submission (Process Water Treatment Program)|
|Issue Date & Time||7/9/2019 07:00:01 PM (ET)|
|Close Date & Time||7/31/2019 02:00:00 PM (ET)|
Please see the RFP attachments section for information for this event. The purpose of this bid issuance is for invited pre-qualified vendors to issue final RFP proposals.
Please note the date for the walk through on campus is Wednesday July 17, 2019 at 9am. Please RSVP for this walk through.
1. This request for proposals is for the selection of a vendor/provider to the University for products and/or services in accordance with the detailed specifications and requirements which follow.
2. A list of exceptions, if any, describing any exceptions or deviations from the standards specified must accompany each item or service requested. Unless an exception to the specifications is clearly stated within your bid submission, the proposal will be expected to meet or exceed each specification, term, and condition. Any deviations from the minimum specifications will be evaluated by the end users. All proposals must be signed by an authorized agent of the seller.
Prices, discounts or other financial considerations that address the requirements of this proposal described in the technical detailed section shall be fully enumerated in the response.
3. Proposals may be withdrawn up until the time of opening. Proposals may not be withdrawn after opening.
It is the responsibility of the respondent to ensure that all required documentation, as enumerated above, arrives on time and at the designated location. Any submissions received after the stated date and time, or those that do not contain the required information as enumerated above, or the correct number of copies, will be considered incomplete and unresponsive, and will be disqualified.
4. Award will be based on price and terms, delivery/availability, quality and durability, ease of use and suitability of equipment for the University's intended use, cost of installation, and judged reliability. References may be questioned in depth in an effort to determine satisfaction with operational performance and service. The proposal which offers the best combination of price, equipment options, delivery time, quality, serviceability, and reliability, in the opinion of Miami University, will be selected.
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