CITY OF LEBANON, TENNESSEE INVITATION TO BID FOR CONSTRUCTION OF REPAIR OF LEBANON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT ROTATING BEACON (CITY PROJECT NO. CL15011) RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS Separate sealed proposals for the Repair of the Lebanon Municipal Airport Rotating Beacon are invited and will be received at the office of the City of Lebanon Public Works commissioner, City of Lebanon Administration Building, 200 Castle Heights Avenue North, Suite 300, Lebanon, Tennessee, 37087, Attention: Randy Laine, on or before, but no later than 2:00 p.m., local time, on Tuesday, July28, 2015 and all bids will be publicly opened and the bids read aloud. The above designated construction work shall include the following described construction: Repair of the Rotating Beacon at the Lebanon Municipal Airport at the current location. Reference is made to said documents for full particulars. Copies may be obtained from the City of Lebanon Engineering Department, 200 North Castle Heights Avenue, Suite 300, Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 (Telephone: 615-444-3647 ext. 2301) for a non-refundable cost of $25.00. Individuals needing auxiliary aids for effective communication and/or other reasonable accommodation in programs and services of the City of Lebanon are invited to make their needs and preferences know to the ADA Compliance Coordinator by calling 615/443-8610. The City of Lebanon is an equal opportunity entity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, national origin, religion or disability in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services, activities, or in its hiring or employment practices. The contractor (or Grantee) agrees that it shall be an equal employer and shall not discriminate in hiring, contract or employment practices on the basis of age, race, creed, sex, national origin, or disability. The successful bidder shall be required to fully complete all work within 60 consecutive calendar days from and including the date to start work established in a written order from the City of Lebanon. Subject to the provisions of Chapter 6 of Title 62 of the Tennessee codes Annotated, the contractor's attention is directed to the Tennessee Codes Annotated Section 62-6-119 which states that it will be necessary for each bidder and their subcontractors to show evidence of a license before his bid will be considered and that the license number, expiration date, and that part of classification applying to the bid appear on the envelope containing the bid; otherwise the bid shall not be opened. The City of Lebanon reserves the right to reject any proposal or waive any informalities at its discretion. The City of Lebanon further reserves the right to reject all proposals. Plans and specifications for this project were prepared by City of Lebanon Engineering Department. CITY OF LEBANON, TENNESSEE By: RANDY LAINE, P.E.ENGINEERING DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL PROJECTS