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CITY OF JOHNS CREEK INVITATION TO BID

ITB NUMBER #13-171

KIMBALL BRIDGE ROAD TRAIL PROJECT

The City of Johns Creek is accepting sealed Invitation to Bid (ITB) from qualified construction firms for the Kimball Bridge Road Trail Project. Sealed ITB’s will be received no later than 10:00 AM on June 20, 2013 in the City of Johns Creek Purchasing Office, 12000 Findley Rd., Suite-400, Johns Creek, Georgia, 30097 at which time ITB’s will be opened and publicly read aloud. ITB’s received after the above time or in any other location other than the Purchasing Office will not be accepted.

ITB packages including plans are available on the City website at www.johnscreekga.gov. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Purchasing Office at (678) 512-3233. Please refer to ITB #13-171 and name, Kimball Bridge Road Trail Project, when requesting information. ITB’s shall be presented in a sealed opaque envelope with the ITB number and name clearly marked on the outside of the envelope. The name of the company or firm submitting an ITB response should also be clearly marked on the outside of the envelope. TWO (2) ORIGINALS AND ONE (1) COPY OF THE ITB ON CD MUST BE SUBMITTED. ITB’s will not be accepted verbally or by fax or email. All offerors must comply with all general and special requirements of the ITB information and instructions enclosed herein.

The City of Johns Creek reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive technicalities and informalities, and to make award in the best interest of the City of Johns Creek.

John Kachmar, City Manager
Mike Bodker, Mayor
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