|Concrete Culvert Pipe|
|Goods & Services||StateTerm||Michael S. Speakmon||803.737.9816|
|Below are the respective counties of the seven SCDOT Engineering Districts:|
District 1 - (Kershaw, Lee, Lexington, Richland, Sumter)
District 2 - (Anderson, Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, Saluda)
District 3 - (Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg)
District 4 - (Cherokee, Chester, Chesterfield, Fairfield, Lancaster, Union, York)
District 5 - (Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Marion, Marlboro, Williamsburg)
District 6 - (Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Jasper)
District 7 - (Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Calhoun, Clarendon, Hampton, Orangeburg)
NOTE: We did not receive offers on District 5 & District 6. No contracts are awarded for those districts.
This solicitation requires that all manufactures be pre-qualified by SCDOT to produce concrete culvert pipe before they can be eligible to bid. It does not require bidders to be pre-qualified producers of pipe in order to bid, but rather that all pipe delivered under the proposed contract be produced by a pre-qualified manufacturer. Therefore, any supplier can bid as long as the source of the pipe is from a pre-qualified manufacturer.
REQUESTS FOR QUALIFICATION
Producers should make a written request to be included on SCDOT QPL 69 to: Aly Hussein, Phd, PE Structural Materials Engineer S. C. Department of Transportation Office of Material & Research P.O. Box 191 Columbia, S.C. 29202 803-737-6687 husseinAA@scdot.org
Eight (8) foot concrete pipe sections as the standard for all concrete pipe purchases. Pricing for the following diameter sizes 15”, 18”, 24”, 30”, 36”, 42”, and 48” is to be listed on the bid schedule (see Section VIII). Pipe will be provided to all counties and districts as part of SCDOT and any other qualified governmental entity throughout the State of SC and delivered by highway transport trucks to job sites as directed. The classification(s) of pipe ordered by SCDOT and other possible governmental entities will have pipe dimensions set at a minimum class of Class III. The classification of 18” RCP is to include both Class III and IV. All pipes must be supplied with joint material as specified on Qualified Product List and SCDOT Standard Specifications.
DELIVERY DATE -- PURCHASE ORDER (MODIFIED)
All items, except 18” Class IV, shall be delivered between seven (7) to fifteen (15) days after contractor’s receipt of the purchase order. 18” Class IV shall be delivered between fourteen (14) to thirty (30) days after contractor’s receipt of the purchase order. Required delivery for all eight (8) foot pipe diameters, except 18” Class IV is a maximum of fifteen (15) days after receipt of the purchase order. If the using governmental unit request delivery sooner than the time specified, contractor may invoice the ordering entity any additional shipping charges approved by the ordering entity on the purchase order.
If any contractor cannot fulfill the seven (7) to thirty (30) days delivery requirement, a notice must be given within twenty-four (24) hours, either by telephone call (confirmed in writing) or facsimile, written notice or email, to the agency or government entity placing the order. Upon receipt of said notice, the ordering entity may elect to cancel its purchase order, regardless of the contractors’ production status, and source the supply elsewhere. The contractor is responsible for the difference in price between the contract price and the price procured elsewhere. It is up to each location to be responsible for any supplier that does not deliver within the terms of the contract.
SHIPPING / RISK OF LOSS (MODIFIED)
F.O.B. Destination. Destination is the shipping dock of the Using Governmental Units' designated receiving site, or other location, as specified herein. (See Delivery clause).
Deliveries with a minimum forty-five thousand (45,000) lbs. load are to be shipped FOB Destination. Ordering entities may mix and match pipe sizes and adjust quantities to achieve the 45,000 lbs. threshold. All pipe that is delivered shall be offloaded by contractor at the designated loading area as shown on the agency or using governmental entity’s purchase order. Title will not pass to the ordering agency/entity until the unloading process is completed.
Individual orders for less than 45,000 lbs. shall ship these orders prepaid, add the shipping charges to the invoice as a separate item and include in the invoice total for payment by the ordering agency/entity. SCDOT and all other ordering agencies/entities also have the option of making their own pickup and delivery from the vendor/contractor’s lot, thus saving payment for the shipping charges.
The shipper must notify the consignee twenty-four (24) hours in advance when the shipment will be delivered. If the truck does not deliver the day specified or is more than four (4) hours late of the notified time of delivery, the consignee has the right to charge the delivering company $300.00 for late delivery.
|Concrete Culvert Pipe|
|Start Date: 08/02/2021 | End Date: 08/01/2026|
|Vendor: Southeastern Concrete Products|
|Address: PO Box 2104 West Columbia SC 29171-2104|
|Phone#: (803) 794-7363|
|•Lot 1 - District 1•Lot 7 - District 7|
|Vendor: Gossett Concrete Pipe Company, Inc.|
|Address: PO Box 3683 Greenville SC 29608|
|Phone#: (864) 244-0370|
|Fax#: (864) 244-4720|
|•Lot 2 - District 2•Lot 3 - District 3•Lot 4 - District 4|
|Contact: R. David Marchbanks II|