REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Demolition 619 Hope Avenue
The City of Muscatine is currently accepting proposals from qualified firms or individuals for the removal of the structure at 619 Hope Avenue, including the abandonment of utilities and removal of the building foundation to two feet below existing grade. The objective of this project is to remove the remnants of a single-family home that was abandoned.
This solicitation is a Request for Proposals (RFP). Proposals submitted by the specified deadline will be considered based on the enclosed criteria. All proposal requirements must be met by the responding firm or the submittal may be disqualified as being nonresponsive.
The City may reject any proposal not in compliance with all prescribed public bidding procedures and requirements and may reject any or all proposals. The City reserves the right to waive any requirement or condition of the RFP upon finding it to be in the public’s interest to do so.
Proposals will be opened at the date and time specified and each vendor submitting a proposal will be recorded as a respondent. Proposal content, including pricing, will be kept confidential until the contract is awarded.
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS
Proposals must be received by the City’s Finance Department no later than 3:00 p.m., October 21, 2021. The proposal submittal must be responsive to the requirements stated in this RFP.
The sealed proposal must be submitted to:
City of Muscatine Finance Department
City Hall – Finance Office 215 Sycamore Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
The envelope or package containing the proposal submittals must be clearly marked:
619 Hope Ave Building Demolition
The 1872 square foot two-family conversion, two story frame residential structure constructed on a concrete cinder block basement foundation in 1898, located at 619 Hope Ave has been abandoned. The City of Muscatine desires to remove the abandoned structure and return the parcel to a state in which it can be redeveloped.
All contents and building materials associated with the structure shall become property of the contractor and shall be removed from the site. All interested bidders can visit the site to view the building in its current condition, but the city does not certify the structural integrity of the building.
Specifications and Scope of Services