|RFP #15-15 Vehicle Graphics and Installation|
|Type of Post|
|Request for Proposal|
|Link to original solicitation
|Estimated Contract Value|
|Bid Close: Date and Time|
|Deadline for Questions: March 20, 2015 by 2:00 pm Pacific Time
Proposal Due Date: April 8, 2015 no later than 2:00 pm Pacific Time
|Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…|
|Additional documentation links and their importance.|
Module 1 – Graphics, Module 2 – Special Projects and Module 3 – Graphics Installation and Removal Services
Download 2 RFP files: Request for Proposal and Forms (Word Format)
|Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences|
|Scope of work|
|Community Transit seeks qualified Vendors with the technical skills, knowledge, and capacity to provide vinyl vehicle graphics and installation and removal services. Community Transit intends to use this contract to maintain its entire fleet of 600 plus vehicles with fresh graphics as needed for the life of this contract. There are three modules and Vendors may submit competitive proposals for one, any or all of the three modules.
Module 1: Supply and Delivery of Vehicle Graphics
Module 2: Special Projects
Module 3: Graphics Installation and Removal Service
If any Vendor fails to respond or perform the requested work within the timeframes provided or agreed upon, Community Transit may cancel the request and procure the services from another party.
|Point of contact|
|Questions should be directed to Stacy Hupp at Procurement@commtrans.org|
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