This section will contain a list of all past and present bid opportunities for the City of Muskegon.

RFP – Reese Playfield and Beukema Playfield Playground Improvements

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

The City of Muskegon is seeking proposals from interested companies to propose new playground equipment at two parks within the City of Muskegon, Reese Playfield located at 1345 E Forest Ave and Beukema Playfield located at 1188 Wesley Ave.  The city and community desire to replace the existing playground equipment, surfacing and replace them with new surfaces and equipment per the Public Playground Safety Handbook, Publication #325. The City is open to different options for features, look and design of the play structure. The desired features should be youth specific and not intended for adults. Proposal and plans should consider accessibility in both features and surfacing; Reese Field must be fully ADA compliant and Beukema Field must meet minimum ADA standards. Proposals should also consider the existing use and age groups of the park. Proposals should include enough detailed information about the structures so the City can make an informed decision.

The City will select the proposal determined to best fit the area, intended use and value. Bids should be inclusive of all work including subcontracted items such as concrete and project cleanup. Proposals should NOT exceed $350,000.00 for Reese Playfield and $150,000.00 for Beukema Playfield.

Bidding Contractors will be responsible for the following items of work:

    • Site preparations, grading, base materials
    • Playground Equipment and Installation
    • Playground Surfacing
    • Project finishing including topsoil and seeding of areas disturbed

City of Muskegon will provide the following items of work in advance of or in conjunction with the project:

    • Removal of Existing Equipment

City of Muskegon will host site meetings upon request to answer questions and review the project site.  Requests submitted to Milo Root via email (Milo.Root@shorelinecity.com) prior to June 23 will be accommodated prior to the bid opening.  Requests received after that date will be accommodated pending staff availability.

Subcontractors, if any, shall be approved by the Project Manager prior to acceptance on this contract and shall bound by these specifications.  It is the responsibility and duty of the contractor to verify that the subcontractor meets all conditions.  The contractor shall furnish any subcontractor’s proof of insurance meeting city requirements.

Construction shall be per applicable industry standards, the enclosed drawings/specifications, and any additional details provided via addenda.

Work shall be completed prior to: Undetermined, proposals should state excepted completion date.    

RFP Reese and Beukema

Request for Proposal (RFP) McCrae Basketball Court

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

The City of Muskegon is seeking proposals from interested companies to provide site demolition and preparation work within McCrae Park. The city and community desire to improve the existing facility according to the vision included in the attachment. As a first step towards that goal the city is soliciting bids to provide assistance in completing the site demolition and restoration.

  • Bidding Contractors will be responsible for the following items of work:
  • Removal of the existing paved basketball court and hoop structure including footings
  • Install 2 basketball poles and footings per manufacture (poles provided by City)
  • Install 6” thick, 94’ long by 60’ wide concrete pad and relief sawing as specified in plan
  • Site Restoration including topsoil and seed

City of Muskegon will provide the following items of work in advance of or in conjunction with the project:

  • 2 basketball hoop poles
  • Staining and Sealing

City of Muskegon will host site meetings upon request to answer questions and review the project site. Requests submitted to Kevin Parker (kevin.parker@shorelinecity.com) prior to May 21, 2021 will be accommodated prior to the bid opening. Requests received after that date will be accommodated pending staff availability.

Subcontractors, if any, shall be approved by the Project Manager prior to acceptance on this contract and shall bound by these specifications. It is the responsibility and duty of the contractor to verify that the subcontractor meets all conditions. The contractor shall furnish any subcontractor’s proof of insurance meeting city requirements.

Construction shall be per applicable industry standards, the enclosed drawings/specifications, and any additional details provided via addenda.
Work shall be coordinated with any other park uses to minimize impact to their use and shall be completed prior to August 31, 2021.

01 RFP – McCrae Basketball Court
02 RFP – McCrae BB Court Plan Sheets

Request for Proposal (RFP) Campbell Field – Site Preparation

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

The City of Muskegon is seeking proposals from interested companies to provide site demolition and preparation work within Campbell Field. The city and community desire to largely transition the use of that park into a new purpose along the lines of the vision included in the attachment. As a first step towards that goal the city is soliciting bids to provide assistance in completing the site demolition and restoration.

Bidding Contractors will be responsible for the following items of work:

  • Removal of the existing paved parking lot and driveway in the SE corner of the site
  • Reclamation of the two (2) SE ballfields into greenspace
  • Reclamation of the one (1) NW ballfield into greenspace inclusive of salvaging and reusing existing infield stone dust.
  • Rehabilitation and conversion of the one (1) SW ballfield via removal of the infield topsoil and replacement with stone dust.
  • Site Restoration.
  • Alternate 1: Remove top soil, grade for 5 foot wide sidewalk concrete, place 4 inch thick concrete sidewalk and top soil restoration.

City of Muskegon will provide the following items of work in advance of or in conjunction with the project:

  • Removal of the existing fencing in areas to be disturbed, except for the SW ballfield
  • Removal of existing dugouts on reclaimed fields
  • Removal of scoreboards associated with reclaimed fields
  • Location, deactivation, and restoration of any impacted irrigation

City of Muskegon will host site meetings upon request to answer questions and review the project site. Requests submitted to Leo Evans via email (Leo.Evans@shorelinecity.com) prior to May 7, 2021 will be accommodated prior to the bid opening. Requests received after that date will be accommodated pending staff availability.

Subcontractors, if any, shall be approved by the Project Manager prior to acceptance on this contract and shall bound by these specifications. It is the responsibility and duty of the contractor to verify that the subcontractor meets all conditions. The contractor shall furnish any subcontractor’s proof of insurance meeting city requirements.

Construction shall be per applicable industry standards, the enclosed drawings/specifications, and any additional details provided via addenda.

Work shall be coordinated with any other park uses (softball) to minimize impact to their use and shall be completed prior to August 31, 2021.

RFP – Campbell Field Site Preparation (2021-04-22)[PDF]

Bid Tabulation

 

Public Notice City of Muskegon 2021 CONSOLIDATED/ANNUAL ACTION PLAN

PUBLIC NOTICE

PROPOSAL SOLICITATION

CITY OF MUSKEGON 2021 CONSOLIDATED/ANNUAL ACTION PLAN

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTBLOCK GRANT AND HOME PROGRAM

The City of Muskegon invites interested agencies, groups or citizens to submit Consolidated and Annual Action Plan proposals for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and/or HOME Program funding for fiscal year 21-22.  The federal CDBG grant to the City for year 2021 is anticipated to be approximately $900,000.  The HOME Grant will be approximately $300,000.  For an application package, please contact:

Community and Neighborhood Services

933 Terrace Street

Muskegon, MI 49443

Telephone (231) 724-6717

The deadline for proposals is April 6, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.  No proposal will be accepted after that date.  No faxed or electronic transferred proposal will be accepted.

The Housing, Community Development Act of 1974 and HOME Cranston-Gonzales Affordable Housing Act of 1990 as amended entitles the City of Muskegon to participate in two programs aimed at the development of viable communities including decent housing, suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunity principally for persons of low and moderate income.

Objectives set forth may include;

  1. Elimination of slums, blight and blighting influences.
  2. Elimination of conditions which are detrimental to the health, safety, and welfare of the community.
  3. Conservation and expansion of housing stock.
  4. Expansion and improvement of community services for public facilities.
  5. Affordable housing opportunities.
  6. A reduction in the isolation of income group within the community by increasing the diversity and vitality of neighborhoods.
  7. Youth Groups/Recreation programs.
  8. Economic Development.
  9. Public Service Assistance to seniors, parolees, homeless, and citizens at-large.

Publish: March 21, 2021

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City of Muskegon Water Filtration Plant and the City of Muskegon Harvey Street Booster Station / Reservoir

Bid opportunity for a project at the City of Muskegon Water Filtration Plant and the City of Muskegon Harvey Street Booster Station / Reservoir.  Below is a short synopsis of the project for quick reference.

Scope of Work: Masonry & Masonry Restoration, Roofing, Glass & Aluminum Windows, Painting, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Earthwork & Restoration, Fencing

Locations: Harvey Street Booster Station – 2501 S. Harvey Street, Muskegon MI & Water Filtration Plant – 1900 Beach St, Muskegon, MI 49441

When:  Bidding 3/25/2021 – 4/13/2021

    • DUE Tuesday 4/13/2021 @ 2PM (Late deliveries will be disqualified!!!)
    • Bids Due to the City of Muskegon Clerk’s Office (933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49440)

Site Walkthroughs

    • Wednesday March 31st, 2021 9am – Noon

 

Attachments:

Updated as of 04-07-2021

  1. Addendum 1 – Brief synopsis of changes.
  2. Drone footage showing the roof of the Harvey Booster Station.
  3. Roof Core Data from the Water Treatment facility.
  4. US Communities form – Word Version
  5. Updated Scopes of Work – Dated 4-7-2021
  6. Updated bid form
  7. Link to Photos

Request for Proposal (RFP) Industrial Park Roadway Expansion

INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

The City of Muskegon is seeking proposals from interested consulting engineers to provide full survey, design and construction project services related to expansion of the existing road network within the Port City Industrial Park.

The City of Muskegon has acquired through purchase a large addition to the industrial park and is seeking to construct an access road to service the new addition to the park. The City of Muskegon has appropriated a maximum of $750,000 towards completion of the access road project.

Work by the selected engineer will include the following:

  • Survey of the entirety of the site to establish site features, topography and boundaries
  • Geotechnical or other investigations as needed to support design
  • Design of an access road in accordance with City Standards along the approximate route
  • Design of utility service for the site both public and coordination with private utilities
  • Development and refinement of conceptual layouts for streets and utilities
  • Development of complete plans and specifications for the access route and public utilities
  • Obtaining any necessary permits for the project
  • Assistance in solicitation of bids for the construction of the access road and utilities
  • Oversight and administration of the construction contract on behalf of the city
  • Prepare final property boundaries including remaining parcels, road right-of-way and any utility easements for the entire site.

Several supporting documents are included and attachments to this RFP to help in the development of proposals and for use during the later project phases:

  • Attachment A – Aerial Map of Site Showing Utility Location
  • Attachment B – Utility As-Builts for the vicinity
  • Attachment C – Approximate Route of Access Road

Additional Design Considerations:

  • Consideration will also need to be given to private utilities and their means of serving the future site. Engineer shall be responsible to coordinate and account for private utility needs in the project design.
  • The city will be undertaking a separate project to have the site largely cleared of trees prior to the construction project.
  • The southern portion of the project is owned by the City but is located within Fruitport Charter Township.

City of Muskegon will host site meetings upon request to answer questions and review the project site. Requests submitted to Leo Evans via email (Leo.Evans@shorelinecity.com) prior to Monday, April 5th 2021 will be accommodated prior to the bid opening. Requests received after that date will be accommodated pending staff availability.

Subcontractors, if any, shall be approved by the Project Manager prior to acceptance on this contract and shall bound by these specifications. It is the responsibility and duty of the contractor to verify that the subcontractor meets all conditions. The contractor shall furnish any subcontractor’s proof of insurance meeting city requirements.

Construction shall be per applicable industry and City of Muskegon standards and shall comply with all applicable City of Muskegon policies and procedures.

Project Schedule is as follows:

  • RFP Issued March 22nd, 2021
  • RFP Due April 13th, 2021
  • Staff Scoring April 14th – April 16th, 2021
  • Price Negotiations April 19th – April 20th, 2021
  • Staff Recommendation to Commission April 27th, 2021
  • Survey May 2021
  • Design / Permitting June/July 2021
  • Bidding August 2021
  • Construction September/October 2021

Due to funding constraints attached to the project there is little availability for flexibility in the schedule and firms unable to maintain the schedule are advised to not provide a proposal.

RFP – Industrial Park Access Road (UPDATED 2021-03-30)
Attachment A Service Road – PCIP
Attachment B Service Road – PCIP
Attachment C Service Road – PCIP
Addendum #001 – Industrial Park Access Road (2021-03-30)

H92037 Monroe, Third to Fourth AND H92046 Alley Improvements: INVITATION FOR BIDS

City of Muskegon – H92037 Monroe, Third to Fourth AND H92046 Alley Improvements

The City of Muskegon, Michigan will receive sealed bids until 2:00 p.m. local time on
Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at the City Clerk’s Office, City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following items of work to include:

Construction includes 800 feet of pavement removal and replacement, 400 feet of water main replacement, 400 feet of storm sewer replacement, concrete curb and gutter replacement and various other concrete items in the City of Muskegon, Muskegon County.

 

Electronic copies of Plans and Specifications may be obtained on or after Friday, January 3, 2020 from the City of Muskegon website, or by request to the Engineering Department via phone or email; 231.724.6707 or engineering@shorelinecity.com. Printed copies can be obtained by request from the Engineering Department located at 1350 E. Keating Ave, Muskegon MI, 49442 for a cost of $40.

An amount equal to five percent (5%) of the Bid must be submitted with each Bid Proposal in one of three forms acceptable to the City of Muskegon.

Contract documents may be examined at the following locations:

  • Public Services Building, 1350 E. Keating Ave., Muskegon MI 49442
  • City of Muskegon website: www.shorelinecity.com
  • Grand Rapids Builders Exchange

Attention is called to the fact that the City requires: the Contractor consider hiring local work force insofar as possible, not less than the salaries and wages set forth in the Specifications must be paid, 14% minority and 6.9% female are the goals established for participation in each trade, the Contractor must ensure employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against based upon their race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicapped condition nor veteran background, and all pertinent regulations must be complied with. Bids may not be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after bid opening. The City of Muskegon reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any informalities or irregularities in the bidding.

A non-mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be held in the Conference Room at the City of Muskegon Department of Public Works Building located at 1350 E Keating Avenue at 10:00am on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, at which time and place any questions regarding this Project should be presented. Minutes from the Pre-Bid Conference will become an Addendum to the Contract.

ADA POLICY
The City will provide necessary appropriate auxiliary aids services, for example, signers for the hearing impaired, audio tapes for the visually impaired, etc., for disabled persons who want to attend the meeting, upon twenty-four hour notice to the City. Contact:

Ann Meisch, City Clerk
City of Muskegon, City Hall
933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49440
(231) 724-6705 or TDD (231) 724-6773

H92037 H92046 Invitation for Bids
H92037 H92046 Plan Set
H92037 H92046 Specifications Book
H92037 Bid Quantities – xlsx file
Plan Holders List
H92037 H92046 Addendum 01
H92037 Bid TAB.pdf

Invitation for Bids – Marshall Street Tank Exterior, Dry Interior, and Wet Interior Painting

The City of Muskegon, Michigan will receive sealed bids until 2:00 p.m. local time on

Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the City Clerk’s Office, City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon,

Michigan, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following items of work to include:

PROJECT DETAILS

The structure is a 1,000,000-gallon radial arm water storage tank (Marshall Tank) with an estimated highwater level of 130 ft. located at 491 Adams Ave. in Muskegon, Michigan.

Additional minor repairs are required at another structure, a 1,000,000 gallon radial arm water storage tank (Roberts Tank) with an estimated high-water level of 120 ft. located at 712 Roberts St. in Muskegon, Michigan.

Exterior: High pressure water clean (5,000 to 10,000 psi), spot power tool clean to a

SSPC-SP11 standard, and apply a three (3) coat epoxy urethane system.

Wet Interior: Spot abrasive blast clean the coating failures to a SSPC-SP10 near-white metal standard and apply a three (3) coat epoxy system.

Dry Interior: Abrasive blast clean the entire access leg interior and access tube interior to a SSPC-SP6 commercial standard. Apply a three (3) coat epoxy system.

Foundation: Water clean and apply a two (2) coat epoxy system.

Cathodic Protection: Replace the impressed current cathodic protection system including the rectifier.

 Repairs:

1) Replace riser manway gaskets.

2) Replace riser manway bolt washer.

3) Install a wet interior roof hatch.

4) Enlarge the hasp on the existing wet interior roof hatch.

5) Remove the grate and ladder from the wet interior platform.

6) Overflow discharge modification.

7) Install a wet interior ladder.

8) Install roof handrail sections around the roof hatches.

9) Remove antenna mount on the roof.

10) Install bowl rigging couplings.

11) Install rigging lug on bowl.

12) Drill drain holes in the access leg.

13) Remove abandoned electrical conduit on the roof.

14) Install a gasket on the wet interior roof hatch – Roberts and Marshall.

15) Replace roof vent screen – Roberts and Marshall.

16) Trim the pressure plate on the roof vent – Roberts Tank.

Complete Final Specifications 03-16-2021 City of Muskegon Marshall Tank [PDF]

Bid Solicitation – Highway Maintenance Materials

The City of Muskegon Department of Public Works is soliciting bids for the products listed herein. Sealed bid proposals must be submitted to the City of Muskegon City Clerk, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, 49443, by 2:00 p.m. local time on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. Facsimile copy is unacceptable. Late responses will not be considered. Bidders are responsible for ensuring that the following identifying information appears on the outside of each envelope: SEALED PROPOSAL – BID NAME, your company/organization name, date due, and time due. If a delivery service is used which prohibits such markings on their envelope or package, this information must be placed on the outside of the interior envelope or package. The City of Muskegon reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to accept the bid it feels is in the best interest of the City. Bid results will be posted on the City of Muskegon website www.shorelinecity.com.

Please include in bid any and all surcharges that may apply such as fuel and delivery charges.

Inquiries may be made of Public Works Superintendent Doug Sayles, or Highway Supervisors Vern Berndt or Amy Behler, at telephone number (231) 724-4100.

2021 Aggreg Maint Mats Concrete Bid Solicitation

2021 Aggreg Maint Mats Concrete Bid Forms (PDF)

2021 Aggreg Maint Mats Concrete Bid Forms (XLS)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Website Revision & Support

The City of Muskegon (hereafter referred to as “the City” or “City”) invites qualified website design firms/consultants to submit proposals to redesign, upgrade, support, and host our municipal website found at https://www.muskegon-mi.gov/

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals for the most appropriate vendor at a firm, fixed price, including implementation services.

(For the purposes of this RFP, a “proposer” is a vendor who has submitted a response to this RFP.)

Although the City is requesting proposals for implementation and management of a CMS, including software and services that include any, and all, third-party components, the City, at its sole discretion, may choose to procure third-party components directly, in addition to, or in lieu of, any identified in specific proposals.

The City expects to have a fully accessible and secure internet website through the selected managed service provider on or before June 1, 2021. This schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the City.
Proposals that include multiple vendors must clearly identify one vendor as the “prime contractor” and all others as subcontractors.

The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposers whose proposals do not meet all of the City’s stated mandatory requirements or cost which exceeds the amount that the City determines it is able to afford for this procurement.

We have received bids from the following companies and are in the process of reviewing submissions – Thank you!

    • CAP Digisoft Solutions Inc
    • Envigor
    • GovUnity Websites
    • Infosmart Tech Inc
    • Intellicept Corp
    • IT Simple 12150 Morris Road
    • JesseJames Creative
    • Josh Herder
    • Mlive Media Group
    • Municode
    • Neumeric Technologies Corporation
    • Nimble Creative
    • Rannsolve
    • Site Hub
    • Suite 104 Productions
    • Tyler Coffin
    • Wowie Co

RFP – Website Revision & Support

UPDATE: 04/26/21 – The winning bid has been awarded to Envigor – thank you for your interest!