Procurement #108841

Removal of Pylon Sign
Cherokee Nation Entertainment, a wholly owned tribal company of the Cherokee Nation is seeking qualified bids for removal of the old highway pylon located on the Roland casino campus. This
Cherokee Nation Entertainment, a wholly owned tribal company of the Cherokee Nation is seeking qualified bids for removal of the old highway pylon located on the Roland casino campus. This will include all signage chassis, support poles, LED panels and frames. CNE will supply an electrician to assist with any electrical cabling that needs to be removed. See Document tab for photo. We would like two different options on this bid: Option 1: Remove and discard all components of the existing pylon sign. This includes all material including the topper, the poles, LED panel and all supporting structure. Option 2: Remove the pylon sign topper and poles undamaged, as much as possible and shipped to a storage facility located in Tahlequah Ok. In this option, the LED panel chassis will be discarded. We also would like the holes to be filled in when the poles are removed. This turnkey solution includes, but is not limited to, removing the complete old pylon sign and filling in the holes when the poles are removed and discarded. Shipping to our storage facility should be included if that option in chosen by management. All bids are to be returned to the Buyer no later than Thurs Oct 1 2020 4:00PM. All Bids must be submitted electronically. Email It is the intention of Owner that if an acceptable proposal is received, the selected firm will be notified in writing within 10 business days of bid opening. Any bid received after the time set for opening of Bids, shall not be considered and will be returned. It is the intention of CNE that if an acceptable bid is received, the Contract will be awarded by within 30 days of bid opening. Please note that winning bid(s) will be published. CNE reserves the right to issue one award, multiple awards, or reject all bids. All bids are subject to negotiation prior to award. Awards may be issued without discussion of bid received, and bids should initially be submitted on the most favorable terms from price and technical standpoint. Any award resulting from this Bid will be subject to CNE Terms and Conditions. Your bid should indicate hourly ($) rate (when applicable), individual work effort, delivery schedule or time of completion. Any item(s) with exceptions, substitutions, exclusions, additions or qualifications must be noted and clearly indicated on return bid. TERO: This procurement is subject to Cherokee Nation Tribal Employment Rights Office (“TERO”) regulations that include a fee of ½ of 1% of total contract award and, if applicable, the completion of a TERO Labor Agreement and payment of associated fees. The successful bidder’s award will be published on the Cherokee Nation’s procurement website and their performance will also be measured, recorded, and reported to the Cherokee Nation. The complete Act is available by contacting the TERO OFFICE at Tahlequah 918-453-5000. TERO bidders are required to provide a copy, front and back, of their TERO certificate with return bid(s) and failure to do so will result in such bidders not receiving the TERO preferences afforded TERO bidders under the CNE procurement and contracting policies and procedures. CHEROKEE NATION GAMING COMMISSION (CNGC) - This requirement may be subject to CNGC policies and procedures. Licensing requirements may be required of the successful vendor(s) to be coordinated with the CNGC. These requirements may include licensing fees as well security and background checks of vendor(s) employees. Current policies and procedures can be found on the Cherokee Nation website or by contacting the CNGC office at 918-431-4116. BONDING NOTICE CNE generally requires payment and performance bonds for all construction contracts in excess of $100,000. However, qualified TERO-certified firms are encouraged to bid, regardless of bonding capability. DEBARMENT: By submitting a response to this Request for Proposal, the Contractor certifies to the best of their knowledge and belief that the Subcontractor, the firm, or any of its principals are not presently debarred, suspended, or proposed for debarment by any federal, state, local or tribal entity. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when making award. If it is later determined the Subcontractor rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to other remedies available to CNB or its entities, CNB may terminate the contract resulting from this Request for Proposal for default. CONFLICT OF INTEREST: In accordance with Cherokee Nation Law, , 28 C.N.C.A. §20 no contractors or subcontractors of any Cherokee Nation entity may contract with any business owned by a first degree relative of any elected official of the Cherokee Nation.
Name:Stephanie Shults
Cherokee Nation Entertainment

Photo of Sign

Oklahoma Sign Co.