|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 21 June 2012 11:28|
*SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CONSULTANT
Software Engineering Consultant. Job location: Birmingham, AL. Provide consulting support on
Company’s proprietary software products for supply chain optimization projects for
manufacturers and converters of rolls and sheets using such applications as Microsoft.NET
technology (C#), Microsoft Visual Basic 6, C++, Oracle PL/SQL, and Microsoft Transact-SQL.
Consult with Software Engineers and customers on the implementation of Company’s
proprietary systems. Responsible for changing and adapting the proprietary software systems
to clients’ current systems, write software change requirements, perform proprietary product
testing, and work with Company’s development team in London. Requirements: Minimum of
bachelor’s degree or foreign degree equivalent in Computer Science or Computer
Engineering. Availability to travel 75% of time annually, and experience in Microsoft.NET
technology (C#), Microsoft Visual Basic 6, C++, Oracle PL/SQL, and Microsoft Transact-SQL.
Send resume (no phone calls) to Ms. Jennifer Plunkett-Office Administrator-Greycon, Inc. 5330
Stadium Trace Pkwy, Ste. 260B, Birmingham, AL 35244.
*Drivers: Paid Vacation!
*Benefits, Rider Program.
*6mos OTR, CDL-A w/Hazmat, 21yoa.
*SANDRA DESIGNER’S CLOSET
*DRESS FOR LESS!
*Call (205) 788-7862
*1 set of 18” Chrome Rims
Will need 1 tire, good condition
Lock & Key Company
Locks Re-Keyed•Unlock Locks
Locks repaired•Locks Installed
Locks Changed & More
4908 Gary Avenue, Fairfield, AL 35064
A Licensed Company
**and Light Yard Work
*Calling all singles ....
I have the best 2 BR with DEN home in Ensley Highlands for you. Beautiful yard, separate garage, C/A, porch and patio. Call me to take a look see; *Cynthia Marzette (205) 910-7149 or Barnes and Associates (205)328-*3330
*Veterans looking for a home? I will work with you in any area of town to find you the best on the market. Call *Cynthia Marzette (205) 910-7149 or *ask for me at Barnes and Associates, (205) 328-3330.
**APARTMENT FOR RENT
*Beautiful one-bedroom garage apartment in College Hills, renovated with all new upgrades thru out, kitchen is equipped with refrigerator and oven. *INTERESTED? Call W. Williams 770-655-5954.
**OFFICE BUILDING FOR SALE
Ideal for medical office or hospital equipment sales directly across from Baptist Princeton Hospital. Off street parking, private shower, beautiful reception room. *Cynthia Marzette (205) 910-7149 or *ask for me at Barnes and Associates, (205) 328-3330.
*PUBLIC HOUSING APPLICATIONS
*Will be taken at
JEFFERSON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY
2100 WALKER CHAPEL ROAD
FULTONDALE, ALABAMA 35068
(205) 841-2595 /841-4573
Beginning Monday, June 25, 2012, you may PICK UP a Public Housing Application Monday thru Thursday, 8:00A.M. to 5:00 P.M. from the Jefferson County Housing Authority’s Fultondale Office for *Brookside Village only, ALL Bedrooms.
*We cannot accept COPIES of Birth Certificates or Social Security Cards. Please call the office to schedule an appointment to return your application. *You should bring the following documentation when you come to apply:
State Driver’s License, State ID or Military ID for each household member 18 years and older.
(We cannot accept an application without proper ID)
Birth Certificates for each family member
Social Security Cards for each family member
Marriage Certificates and/or Divorce Decree, Statement of Separation (whichever applies)
Name and mailing address of current employer
Verification of current income (SS, SSI, TANF, Food Stamps, Child Support, Unemployment, etc.)
Name and address of current childcare provider
Correct names and addresses of current and former Landlords, for the past 2 years.
*ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
*ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
*UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama for the University of Alabama at Birmingham requests proposals from General Contractors for furnishing all labor and materials required for UAB Highlands Room Service HVAC Renovations.
UAB is a Signatory Sponsor to and affirms The Birmingham Plan ‑ Construction Industry Program (see the requirements thereof as stated in Paragraph 13 of the Supplementary Instructions to Bidders, Specification Section 00120).
Proposals will be received until 2:00 p.m. CT on July 12, 2012 and will thereafter be publicly opened and read aloud in the large conference room of the 2020 Building, 2020 8th Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama 35294-6552. Bids must be submitted on Proposal Forms furnished. Proposals shall be clearly identified on the exterior of the package with the bidder’s name, address, State license number, the name of the project being bid, time and place of the bid opening. Sealed proposals shall be submitted in triplicate and shall be properly identified.
Proposals may be hand delivered or received by mail on the date of the bid opening at the Office of Katie Zelaski, 2020 Building, 2020 8th Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama 35294-6552, until 12:00 noon. After 12:00 noon of the date of the bid opening, proposals must be hand delivered and presented at the bid opening. Sealed proposals shall be submitted in triplicate and shall be properly identified. All proposals received after 2:00 p.m on July 12, 2012 will be returned unopened.
Construction Contracts shall be awarded only to prequalified Contractors, licensed by the State Licensing Board for General Contractors, as required by Title 34, Chapter 8, Code of Alabama. Construction Contracts in excess of $50,000 shall be awarded only to Contractors licensed as required by the 1978 Code of Alabama, Title 34, Chapter 8 as amended. Bidders must be responsible in accordance with criteria in the bid documents and as stipulated by Title 39-2-3-(e) of the Code of Alabama.
A Cashiers Check drawn on an Alabama Bank or bid bond, executed by a Surety company duly authorized and qualified to make such bonds in Alabama, payable to The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama in the amount of 5% of the amount of bids, but in no event more than $10,000.00, must accompany the bidder’s proposals. Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bonds in the amount of 100% of the contract price will be required when the Contract is presented by the Contractor to the Owner.
Nonresident Prime Contractor Bidders:
Under Section 39-3-5, Code of Alabama, 1975, nonresident prime contractor bidders must accompany any written bid documents with a written opinion of an attorney licensed to practice law in such nonresident prime contractor bidder’s state of domicile as to the preferences, if any or none, granted by the law of the state to its own business entities whose principal place of business are in that state in the letting of any or all public contracts. Resident prime contractors in Alabama, as defined in Section 39-2-12, are granted preference over nonresident prime contractors in awarding of contracts in the same manner and to the same extent as provided by the laws of the state of domicile of the nonresident.
A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held on June 25, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. at the site of the work. Meet at the UAB Highlands Hospital Main Lobby. The Owner has designated that bid documents will be available for examination at the AGC Internet Plan Room, 5000 Grantswood Road, Irondale, AL 35210; at the Birmingham Construction Industry Authority, 3600 Fourth Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35222; and at the Reed Construction Data Office, 30 Technology Pkwy, South, Suite 500, Norcross, GA 30092-2912; and electronically through McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge.
Two (2) sets of bid documents will be issued by the Architect, Birchfield Penuel & Associates, 2805 Crescent Avenue, Suite 200, Birmingham, Alabama to qualified bidders upon deposit of $100 per set, by check drawn to the order of the Architect. Deposits will be refunded in full to bona fide General Contract bidders, and the difference between deposits and cost of reproduction and handling will be refunded to others, upon return of all documents in good condition. Deposits will be forfeited if bid documents are not returned within ten (10) days after the Bid Opening.
*To: Prospective Offeror
*REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS FOR
*Geotechnical Services for the Tuxedo Terrace
*PROPOSAL WILL BE RECEIVED AT
HABD Central Office
1826 Third Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233-1905
June 27, 2012
2:00 p.m. CST
HABD Central Office
1826 Third Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233-1905
By submission of a proposal, the offeror agrees if the offeror’s proposal is accepted, to enter into a contract with the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District (HABD), to complete all work as specified or indicated in the contract documents, for the contract price and within the contract time indicted in the RFP. The offeror further accepts the terms and conditions of the RFP.
Proposals should be prepared according to the section entitled “Submittal of Proposal,” and will be evaluated by the HABD.
Copies of the RFP, which includes the scope of services, conditions and requirements, may be obtained from the HABD Procurement Office located at the address listed above.
Persons who require special accommodations should immediately contact the HABD Procurement Office at (205) 521-0611.
The HABD reserves the right to accept or reject any or all submissions and to waive any informalities or irregularities. The HABD in compliance with the Executive Orders 11625 and 12138 promotes participation by businesses owned and operated by disadvantaged and historically underutilized businesses. HABD also promotes participation by Section 3 business concerns.
A copy of this solicitation is available at www.habd.org under the Purchasing and Procurement Section. Questions regarding the attached RFP should be directed to the Procurement Administrator, in writing ten (10) days prior to proposal due date. Questions received after the deadline will not be answered.
*Naomi H. Truman, Executive Director
*INVITATION TO BID
The Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Authority will receive sealed bids for:
*LINEN SERVICE AND SUPPLIES
This will be for the use of the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Authority, Birmingham, Alabama.
The Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Authority, 2100 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. North, Birmingham, Alabama will receive bids, up to the hour of *2:00 P.M. on *Tuesday, July 17, 2012, and will thereafter be publicly opened and read aloud at the BJCC Executive Board Room 4th Floor, North Exhibition Hall in Birmingham, AL. Bids must be submitted on Bid Forms furnished by the Authority.
A copy of this bid package is available at the above address or on our website: *www.bjcc.org (under Jobs & Vendor Opportunities – Open Bids section). There is no charge for downloading bid documents.
Sharon A. Proctor, Purchasing Coordinator
Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Authority
*ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
*Invitation to Bid
*Taxiway H Safety Area Improvements
*Birmingham Airport Authority
*Project No. AF022.000.00 - 12-2011
SEALED BIDS will be received by the Birmingham Airport Authority’s Consulting Engineer, Volkert, Inc., until 2:00 p.m. local time on Tuesday, July 10, 2012, at the Volkert, Inc. office in the Two North Twentieth Building located at 2 20th Street North, Suite 300, Birmingham, AL 35203. Starting at 2:30 p.m. local time in the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport’s VIP Meeting Room situated on the Terminal Building’s lower level near the Concourse C escalators adjacent to the Birmingham Police Department’s Sub Station, submitted bids will be opened and read publicly aloud for the following project:
*Taxiway H Safety Area Improvements at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth
*International Airport, Project No. AF022.000.00 - 12-2011.
The work consists principally of the following approximate quantities:
150 CY UNCLASSIFED EXCAVATION
1150 CY BORROW EXCAVATION
108 LF 18” RISE,11” SPAN REINFORCED CONCRETE
ARCH PIPE, CLASS III
140 LF 18” REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE, CLASS III
52 LF 30” REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE, CLASS III
7750 SY SODDING (BERMUDA)
775 LF NO. 8 AWG L-824, TYPE C, 5 KV, INSTALLED IN
DUCT BANK OR CONDUIT
725 LF NO. 6 AWG SOLID BARE COUNTERPOISE WIRE,
INSTALLED IN TRENCH, DUCT BANK OR
CONDUIT, INCLUDING GROUND RODS AND
13 EA MEDIUM INTENSITY TAXIWAY EDGE LIGHT
(L-861T), OMNI-DIRECTIONAL WITH BLUE
QUARTZ LENS L-867 BASE MOUNTED, IN PLACE
A pre-bid conference will be held on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. local time in the VIP Meeting Room at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. Attendance at this conference is *strongly encouraged for all prospective bidders and/or a representative thereof.
Bid Packages containing plans, specifications and contract documents may be obtained from Volkert, Inc., located at 2 20th Street North, Suite 300, Birmingham, AL 35203, phone number (205) 214-5500, upon payment of Seventy-five and No/100 dollars ($75.00) to Volkert, Inc. for each set of contract documents. (This fee will be refunded by Volkert, Inc. for contract documents that are returned in reusable condition within 10 days of bid opening.)
Bids should be returned to the Volkert, Inc. office, attention Ms. Katie Warren, P.E. The bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked on the outside with the name, address and license number of the bidder; the name of the project (*Taxiway H Safety Area Improvements, Project No. *AF022.000.00 - 12-2011) and the time and date due (2:00 p.m. local time, Tuesday, July 10, 2012.)
All bidders bidding in amounts exceeding $50,000.00 must be licensed under the provisions of Title 34, Chapter 8, Code of Alabama, 1975, as amended.
*Each bid shall be accompanied by a Bid Bond, submitted in the form of a guaranty and/or promissory note from a banking, insurance or other lending *or financial institutions, equal to five (5%) per cent of the bid price and made payable to the Birmingham Airport Authority. No cash, check, or money *orders will be accepted.
DBE Policy: It is the policy of the Birmingham Airport Authority (Authority) that DBEs as defined in 49 CFR Part 26 will have maximum opportunity to participate in the performance of all Authority projects and the Proposer will take all necessary and reasonable steps to ensure that DBEs have the maximum opportunity to compete for and perform subcontracts.
Failure by the Contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this contract, which may result in the termination of this contract or such other remedy, as the recipient deems appropriate.
*JEFFERSON COUNTY CONSORTIUM
*PROPOSED 2012-13 ACTION PLAN SUMMARY FOR
*COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development requires that in order to receive funding under the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), the Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), the Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG), and the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA), each entitlement city or urban county must prepare a Consolidated Plan. This Plan was prepared in the year 2010. The Plan identifies housing and non-housing needs over a five year period, assigns priorities to each of the needs and a strategy for meeting those needs, and sets out a one year Action Plan establishing funding. The overall goal of the community development programs is to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons.
The Jefferson County Consortium is made up of the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County, Alabama and 30 municipalities within the County. The Cities of Birmingham, Bessemer and Hoover, County Line, Sumiton, Argo, Helena and West Jefferson are the only cities in the County not participating in the Consortium. Birmingham, Bessemer and Hoover are entitlement cities themselves. This proposed 2012 Action Plan was developed in cooperation with these cities and with the assistance of area agencies and the public. The final Projected Use of Funds will be developed after receiving citizen comments and views at a public hearing to be held on June 29, 2012 at 2:00 pm at the Jefferson County Office of Community Development, 716 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. North – Suite A420 (Downtown Birmingham). Comments regarding this proposal must be submitted prior to 5:00 PM on July 23, 2012. Written comments should be submitted to the following:
Proposed 2012 One-Year Action Plan
Jefferson County Office of Community & Economic Development
716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N, Ste. A-430
Birmingham, AL 35203
Attn: Yolanda Caver
Special accommodations are available, upon request, for those with disabilities. Those requiring special accommodations or questions regarding the Plan, should call Yolanda Caver at 325-5761 in advance for assistance.
AVAILABILITY OF THE PROPOSED 2012 ACTION PLAN
A complete copy of the plan may be reviewed at the Jefferson County Office of Community Development, 716 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. North – Suite A430, Birmingham, AL 35203, or by calling 325-5761. Arrangements can also be made to meet the Special Needs Requirements of those with disabilities. Those in this category should contact the Office of Community Development at the above address and telephone number. Copies of the proposed 2012 One-Year Action Plan may also be viewed online at http://jeffconline.jccal.org/comdev/home/Home.html and at the following Public Libraries:
Adamsville Public Library
4825 Main Street
Adamsville, AL 35005
Fairfield Public Library
4615 Gary Avenue
Fairfield, AL 35064
Fultondale Public Library
1015 Walker Chapel Road
Fultondale, AL 35071
Homewood Public Library
1721 Oxmoor Road
Homewood, AL 35209
Irondale Public Library
105 20th Street, South
Irondale, AL 35210
Leeds Public Library
8104 Parkway Drive
Leeds, AL 35094
Midfield Public Library
400 Breland Drive
Midfield, AL 35228
Trussville Public Library
Trussville, AL 35173
Tarrant Public Library
1143 Ford Avenue
Tarrant, AL 35217
Warrior Public Library
10 First Street
Warrior, AL 35180
Hueytown Public Library
1372 Hueytown Road
Hueytown, AL 35023
*PROPOSED 2012 ONE-YEAR ACTION PLAN SUMMARY
The Jefferson County Consortium Proposed One Year Action Plan for the 2012-2013 Program Year outlines the proposed projects to be undertaken by the County with funds from the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), the Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and the Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG). Outlined below are the projects listed by housing and non-housing categories.
Jefferson County expects to receive $1,641,778.00 in CDBG funds, $12,000.00 in CDBG program income, $175,000.00 in CDBG EDA Revolving Loan Fund; $586,731.00 in HOME funds, $154,515.00 in County match (In-Kind), and $100,000.00 in HOME program income; $160,259.00 in federal ESG funds, and $160,259.00 in ESG Match funds, making a total of $2,990,542.00 in funds available for Program Year 2012-13.
Housing programs will receive $400,000.00 of the total CDBG funds available for the Housing Emergency Grant Program.
Non-housing programs to be funded under the CDBG program include economic development programs, public services, public facilities and infrastructure improvements as well as planning and administration costs. The expenditures on these programs are as follows:
HOME Program: Jefferson County anticipates receiving approximately $586,731.00 in HOME funds for the Program Year beginning October 1, 2012. This figure will be matched by a projected $154,515.00 in-kind, program income of $100,000.00, for a total of $841,246.00. These funds are proposed for use in the Special Needs Housing Program.
HOUSING ACTIVITIES TO BE UNDERTAKEN
The following housing programs will be undertaken with funds from the Community Development Block Grant Program and the HOME Program:
Housing Emergency Grant Program
HOMELESS ASSISTANCE ACTIVITIES TO BE UNDERTAKEN
The Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing Act of 2009 (HEARTH Act), enacted into law on May 20, 2009, consolidates three of the separate homeless assistance programs administered by HUD under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act into a single grant program, and revises the Emergency Shelter Grants program and renames it as the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) program. The HEARTH Act also codifies into law the Continuum of Care planning process, a longstanding part of HUD’s application process to assist homeless persons by providing greater coordination in responding to their needs. The Emergency Solutions Grant focuses on assisting people to quickly regain stability in permanent housing after experiencing a housing crisis and/or homelessness. The Emergency Solutions Grant serves HUD’s definition of those who are homeless and those who are at risk of homelessness.
Jefferson County expects to receive $160,259.00 in federal ESG funds, and $160,259.00 in ESG Match funds. Jefferson County also plans to apply to the State of Alabama for additional Emergency Solutions Grant funds.
The ESG components serving those who are homeless are 1) street outreach,
2) emergency shelter and 3) rapid re-housing with data collected in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).
The ESG component serving those who are at risk of homelessness is homeless prevention activities with data collected in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Homeless Prevention activities are limited to Individuals and families with annual incomes below 30% AMI and are at risk of becoming homeless.
Housing Relocation and Stabilization Services; and
Short-Term Rental Assistance – up to 3 months
Medium-Term Rental Assistance – 4 to 24 months
*HOMELESS PREVENTION & RAPID RE-HOUSING: HOUSING RELOCATION & STABILIZATION SERVICES
The following are allowable activities for both Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing: Financial Assistance & Housing Relocation & Stabilization Services. (See Table 3 for proposed allocations of each category below under Rapid Re-Housing and Homeless Prevention).
Rent Application Fees
Last month’s rent
Housing stability case management
Mediation and legal services
Credit repair/budgeting/money management
*No financial assistance to a household for a purpose and time period supported by another public source.
*HMIS – Jefferson County proposes to allocate Emergency Solutions Grant to HMIS activities. Jefferson County and its sub-recipients will participate in the local Continuum of Care and utilize HMIS.
*ADMINISTRATION – Jefferson County plans to allocate $12,019.00 in Federal Emergency Solutions Grant funds to Administrative activities.
*NON-HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES AND PROPOSED ACTIVITIES TO BE UNDERTAKEN
The following non-housing activities will be undertaken with funds from the Community Development Block Grant Program; all were determined to be high priority activities in the Consolidated Plan:
General Administration, $328,778.00
Housing Program Delivery, $100,000.00
Fairfield Willie Mays Park, $160,000.00
Midfield Community Center, $160,000.00
Graysville East Ball Park, $160,000.00
Clay Senior Citizens’ Center, $160,000.00
Rosedale Sidewalks, Phase II, $160,000.00
Fair Housing Counseling, $25,000.00
Jefferson County manages an Economic Business Loan Program that provides low interest loan of up to $350,000 to businesses for expansion. Loans are provided on a county-wide basis, with the goal of creating new jobs for low- and moderate-income residents of the County. Loans may be made from CDBG/EDA funds, Section 108 Loans or Float Loans. Section 108 or Float Loans may be up to $1,000,000.
Economic Development Float Loan, $1,000,000 – Float Loan Criteria: 1. Cost per job; 2. Number of jobs; 3. Type of jobs; and 4. Relative job income expected.
*ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
*THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama for the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) requests bids for:
*Incinerator for UAB OH&S Support Facility, UAB Project No. 110014EP
Provide and install an Incinerator in an existing pre-engineered metal building.
UAB is a Signatory Sponsor to and affirms The Birmingham Plan – Construction Industry Program (see the requirements thereof as stated in Paragraph 9 of the Supplementary Instructions to Bidders, Specification Section 00120 and Standing Addendum No. 1 to the Supplementary Instructions to Bidders).
A *Mandatory Pre-bid Conference will be held Friday, *July 6, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. CST at the Facilities Administration Building, Training Center, 801 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL.
Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. CST on Tuesday, *July 10, 2012 and will thereafter be publicly opened and read aloud in the Training Center of the Facilities Administration Building, 801 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35294-4554. Bids must be submitted on Proposal Forms furnished. Bids shall be clearly identified on the exterior of the package with the bidder’s name, address, State license number, the name of the project being bid, time and place of the bid opening. Sealed bids shall be properly identified.
On the date of the bid opening Bids may be hand delivered or received by Express Service mail at the Office of the Associate Vice President for Facilities, 801 6th Avenue South, Facilities Administration Building, Room 154, Birmingham, AL 35294, or received by US Postal Service mail at the Office of the Associate Vice President for Facilities, FAB 154, 1530 3rd Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35294-4554 respectfully *until 12:00 noon CST. After 12:00 noon of the date of the bid opening, bids must be hand delivered and presented at the bid opening. One original copy of the sealed bid shall be submitted and shall be properly identified. All bids received after *2:00 p.m. CST, July 10, 2012 will be returned unopened.
Construction Contracts shall be awarded only to qualified Contractors, licensed by the State Licensing Board for General Contractors, as required by Title 34, Chapter 8, Code of Alabama. Construction Contracts in excess of $50,000 shall be awarded only to Contractors licensed as required by the 1978 Code of Alabama, Title 34, Chapter 8 as amended. Formal pre-qualification for bidders is not required; however, bidders must be “responsible” in accordance with criteria in the bid documents and as stipulated by Title 39-2-4(e) of the Code of Alabama.
A Cashier’s Check drawn on an Alabama Bank or bid bond, executed by a Surety company duly authorized and qualified to make such bonds in Alabama, payable to The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama in the amount of 5% of the amount of bids, but in no event more than $10,000.00, must accompany the bidder’s bids. Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bonds in the amount of 100% of the contract price will be required when the Contract is presented by the Contractor to the Owner.
The Architect is Sherlock, Smith & Adams, Inc. and may be contacted at 205-254-9100.