IFB: Procurement of Vehicles

Location: Victoria, Texas
Deadline: June 25, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. CST

Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission (GCRPC) is requesting sealed bids for the procurement of vehicles. This purchase will be for Type I, Type II, Type III, Type VII, and Type XI vehicles. Quantities and vehicle specifications for each type of vehicle has been included in the bid package.

The complete bid package may be received via e-mail by requesting the package from Shawn Fennell, Transportation Program Coordinator, by phone at 361-578-1587 ext. 221, or by e-mail at shanquilf@gcrpc.org. Physical copies of the bid package may be picked up in person at 1908 N. Laurent Street, Suite 600, Victoria, Texas 77901. You can also find the bid package online at http://www.gcrpc.org/transit-IFB.html.

Bids must be received by mail or other delivery service by June 25, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. CST to 1908 N. Laurent Street, Suite 600, Victoria, Texas 77901. Bids must be in sealed envelopes clearly marked “VEHICLE BID.” NO LATE BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, AND ANY LATE BIDS WILL BE RETURNED TO THE SENDER UNOPENED.

GCRPC is acting as the lead agency in this joint procurement, and may assign a quantity of said vehicles to other agencies. Each agency will have the ability to make minor adjustments to the specified floor plans and options, but cannot make major changes to the vehicles selected. Each agency will be responsible for issuing their own purchase orders for the vehicle to the successful bidder. The place of delivery for each agency will differ. Please refer to the bid package for those locations.

GCRPC will award the contract to the responsible and responsive company providing the lowest unit cost per vehicle, including options, as selected by GCRPC.

GCRPC anticipates using an award of a five (5) year contract for vehicle purchases pursuant to this IFB process. Other agencies will particitate in the GCRPC IFB process.

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