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Bid for Iroquois County SWA Grassland/Sand Prairie Restoration Phase 2 (5/22/2012)

The Department of Natural Resources is requesting Offers (bids/proposals) from responsible Vendors to meet the State's needs. Below is a brief description of our needs with detailed requirements in subsequent sections of this solicitation. If you are interested and able to meet these requirements, please submit an Offer.

IPB Reference Number:
22026451
DNR Reference Number:
12-69446
Date First Offered:
5/3/2012
Small Business Set Aside:
No
BEP Requirement*:
No
* Business Enterprise Program
Overview:
Iroquois County State Wildlife Area (SWA), located 3 miles northeast of Beaverville, encompasses Iroquois County SWA Land and Water Reserve and Hooper Branch Savanna Nature Preserve.  These areas contain 2500 acres of a diverse mosaic of oak sand savanna, sand flatwoods, prairie, sedge meadow and marsh communities.  To help maintain the high quality wet-mesic sand prairies at this site, IDNR is seeking a vendor to remove and treat woody exotic and invasive species on approximately 30 acres.
Solicitation Type:
Invitation for Bid
Category:
General Services
Status:
Open
Bid Published:
5/3/2012
Due Date/Time:
5/22/2012 1:30 PM local time
Solicitation Document:
Solicitation Document for Iroquois County SWA Phase 2, 22026451 (For Word (.docx) files, right-click, Save As... then open saved document)
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Vendor Conference:
5/15/2012 10:00 AM
Location:
Iroquois County State Wildlife Area
Site Office
2803 East 3300 North Road
Beaverville, IL 60912

Call for directions:   (815) 435-2218
Attendance:
Mandatory
Contact Name:
Paula Martel
Address:
IDNR, One Natural Resources Way
Springfield , IL 62702
Phone:
217-557-0729
Fax:
217-785-8565
Email Address:
TDD:
217-782-9175

Public Act 95-971 contains registration requirements regarding bids and proposals submitted by vendors. You must read and comply with the requirements. See www.purchase.state.il.us for additional information.

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