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LEGAL NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Mesquite Independent School District, Mesquite, Texas Separate sealed bids for the General Construction of Mesquite ISD Academy Renovation and Gym Addition for the Mesquite Independent School District, located on School District property, Dallas County, Texas will be received by the Superintendent of Schools and the Construction Manager at Risk in the offices of the Construction Manager, Lee Lewis Construction, LLC, 17177 Preston Road, Suite 160, Dallas, Texas 75248 until 2:00 P.M. on February 10. 2022 and then opened and evaluated. No prices or quantities will be read publicly. Bids faxed to Lee Lewis Construction, LLC prior to the time noted above will be accepted. Lee Lewis Construction, LLC Phone Number -- 972-818-0700 Fax Number -- 972-818-0706 Email -- email@example.com Web -- www.leelewis.com The Information for Bidders, Bid Form, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifications and Forms of Bid Bond, Performance and Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be examined at the following: Office of the CM at Risk CMD (formerly Reed Construction Data) Lee Lewis, Construction, LLC (800) 763-3534 17177 Preston Road, Suite 160 Dallas, Texas 75248 (972) 818-0700/ Fax (972) 818-0706 I Square Foot (AGC Dallas) 14305 Inwood Road Office of WRA Architects, Inc. Dallas, Texas 75244 12377 Merit Drive, Suite 1800, (888) 601-5761 or (800) 364-2059 Dallas, Texas 75251 (214) 750-0077 DFW Minority Business Council Plan Room 2710 Stemmons Fwy #900 (North Tower), McGraw Hill - Dodge Plan Rooms Dallas, Texas 75207 (Dallas and Fort Worth) (214) 630-0747 / Fax (214) 637-2241 9155 Sterling, Suite # 160, Irving, Texas 75063 (800) 328-4542 or (972) 819-1402 A Pre-Bid Conference will be held on February 1, 2022, at 10:00 A.M. in Training Room of Mesquite ISD Service Center located at 800 E. Kearney Street, Mesquite TX 75149. Attendance is encouraged by an administrative representative of the company or corporation submitting a bid as a Sub-contractor for the following work: Electrical, Structural Concrete, Paint, Drywall and Acoustical, Masonry, HVAC, HVAC Controls, Plumbing, Electrical, and Media Systems. All Sub-Contractors for the above listed work shall prepare and submit to the CM at Risk, one day prior to the time of the Receiving of Bids the Bidder Qualifications Section 00 43 36 showing evidence that the Sub-Contractor has successfully completed work on projects of similar size and scope, utilizing Mechanical, Electrical, Controls, and Media Systems equal to those specified. Failure to be represented and to submit a completed Contractor Information Section 00 43 36 at the receipt of bids may eliminate a Sub-Contractor for the above trades from consideration for work on this project. The Owner reserves the right to waive any informalities and to reject any or all proposals.
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