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July 2, 2013

Softball bids gain approval

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Woodward, Okla. —

Bids approved

The following are the companies that were awarded bids:

ROC Services Co., LLC (L&L Backhoe), of Woodward - Bid Pkg #1 Earthwork - $340,000

Tatro Plumbing & Utilities, of Garden City, Kan. - Bid Pkg #2 Site Utilities - $63,967

APAC-Kansas - Bid Pkg #3 Asphalt Paving (Alternate #1) - $383,321.83

Cantera, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #4 Site Concrete - $431,700 and Bid Pkg #8 Building Concrete - $135,200

Midwest, of Stillwater - Bid Pkg #5 Chainlink and Ornamental Fencing - $119,500

Lohmann Fencing of Enid - Bid Pkg #6 Netted Backstops - $189,625

Grooms, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #7 Landscaping and Irrigation - $635,261.70

H&H Masonry, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #9 Masonry - $92,400

Regency, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #10 Steel (material) - $20,675

PC Steel, of Stillwater - Bid Pkg #11 Steel Erection (also includes pre-engineered metal building) - $92,196

Timberlake Interiors, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #12 Rough Carpentry & General Trades - $25,000

Cooper Cabinets, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #13 Architectural Wood Casework - $19,828

Professional Waterproofing, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #14 Waterproofing & Sealants - $16,800

Diamond Roofing, of Dodge City, Kan. - Bid Pkg #15 Roofing and Sheetmetal - $111,350

Construction Building Specialists (CBS), of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #16 Steel Doors & Frames (material) - $5,441 and - Bid Pkg #18 Door Hardware (materials) - $5,441

Overhead Doors of Texas - Bid Pkg #17 Overhead Coiling Doors - $7,856

BETT Commercial Finishes, of Tulsa - Bid Pkg #20 Resinous Flooring - $4,400 and - Bid Pkg #21 Painting - $17,900

Ford Audio/Visual, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #24 Audio System - $14,556

Dense Mechanical, of Enid - Bid Pkg #25 Plumbing - $63,428 and - Bid Pkg #26 HVAC - $44,832

All Star Electric, of Oklahoma City - Bid Pkg #27 Electrical and Fire Alarm System - $213,057

Some bid packages didn't receive any bids, but there are certain spending allowances that have been outlined for those items.  This includes Bid Pkg #19 Aluminum Windows and Glazing - $4,500 and Bid Pkg #23 Foodservice Equipment - $20,000.  In addition, Bid Pkg #22 included a number of different items referred to as "Specialties," such as bulletin boards, toilet compartments, fire extinguishers, signage, lockers, shade structures and others, which was awarded to unspecified bidders for a total of $120,289.

This brought the total for all bid packets to $3,318,813.53.

 

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