RFP-Whalehead Subdivision Roll-Out/Roll-Back Service
The County of Currituck, North Carolina requests proposals for roll-out and roll-back service of trash and recycling containers for properties within the Whalehead Subdivision Solid Waste Special District and for roll-out and roll-back service of trash and recycling containers at 15 County-Owned Beach Accesses.
The term of the contract for this opportunity is January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2023.
Instructions on Proposal Submission
Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “RFP 2019 – 11.6 – Whalehead Subdivision Roll-Out/Roll-Back Service” and delivered to:
Attention: Rebecca Gay, Contract Purchasing Agent
153 Courthouse Road, Suite 210
Currituck, North Carolina 27929
by no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4, 2019. Submittals received after this deadline WILL NOT be considered.
All bids must be submitted on the provided Bid Form. The Bid Form must be completed in ink or typewritten.
Proposers must submit a staffing plan to demonstrate that the Proposer has sufficient staff to complete the Scope of Work. The staffing plan shall be limited to one (1) page, double-spaced, 12 point font.
The Contractor awarded the project will be required to:
- Execute the Independent Contractor Agreement.
- Provide a form W-9.
- Provide Certificate of Insurance for general liability and workers’ compensation coverage with Currituck County named as a certificate holder and indicated as additional
Proposals will not be opened and read aloud. Proposals will be evaluated and the contract will be awarded in accordance with the statutory requirements.
Small Business Entities, Women Owned Businesses and Minority Owned Businesses are encouraged to submit proposals.
Questions regarding this proposal should be emailed to Rebecca Gay, Contract Purchasing Agent or call 252-232-6080.
The County requests proposals for roll-out and roll-back service of trash and recycling containers for properties within the Whalehead Subdivision Solid Waste Special District and for roll-out and roll-back service of trash and recycling containers at fifteen (15) County-owned beach accesses.
The Whalehead Subdivision Solid Waste Special District in Corolla, North Carolina consists of 800 homes, most of which are rented weekly during the tourist season. Approximately 100 homes are occupied by year-round residents from November to February. Occupancy is higher over holiday weekends in the off-season.
The County owns and maintains the following fifteen (15) beach accesses, thirteen (13) of which are located in the Whalehead Subdivision.
Right to Reject
The County reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to accept such proposals as appears in its judgment to be in the best interest of the County. The County reserves the right to waive any informality.