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Bid for Wildcat Bluff Exotic & Invasive Species Control, Cache River SNA (04/26/2012)

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:
22026002
DNR Reference Number:
12-67407
Date First Offered:
4/12/2012
Small Business Set Aside:
No
BEP Requirement*:
No
* Business Enterprise Program
Overview:
This project proposes to reduce the density of invasive and exotic woody species at Wildcat Bluff in Cache River State Natural Area by mechanical means and the selective use of herbicides.  IDNR is seeking a vendor to perform appropriate mechanical removal (hand pulling, handsaw, chainsaw) and/or foliar and cut stump treatment to control/reduce early successional and invasive woody vegetation throughout the approximately 300 acre project area.
Solicitation Type:
Invitation for Bid
Category:
General Services
Status:
Open
Bid Published:
4/12/2012
Due Date/Time:
4/26/2012 1:30 PM local time
Solicitation Document:
Solicitation Document for Wildcat Bluff 22026002 (For Word (.docx) files, right-click, Save As... then open saved document)
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Vendor Conference:
4/19/2012 1:30 PM
Location:
Cache River State Natural Area
Belknap Office
930 Sunflower Lane
Belknap, IL 62908

Phone:  618-634-9678
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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