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City Bids Requested for Janitorial Services (San Jeronimo, AK): Maintenance, Janitorial & Grounds-keeping Services. Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. (CITC) is requesting proposals for year-round general maintenance services.  Deadline to Submit Bid: August 12, 2011. Get full details on this city bid request for janitorial services.

Bids Requested for Construction Services for City Park (Hobbs, NM): This project consists of furnishing all labor, materials, tools, machinery, and equipment, etc., necessary to construct concrete trails, pre-fabricated restroom, fences, pavilions, parking improvements, backstops, and associated site improvements. This project also includes landscaping and irrigation improvements, as well as two (2) additive bid (subcontracting) alternates consisting of existing building demolition and addition concrete paving with pavilions. Deadline to Submit Bid: August 4, 2011. Get full details on this city construction and landscaping (RFP) contract.

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City Bids Requested for Janitorial Services (Santa Cruz, CA): The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District (Santa Cruz METRO) is requesting proposals from qualified firms to activities related to Daily Janitorial Services Seven days a week at the Metro Center. The term of this Contract is for one year, with option to be renewed for four additional 1-year terms upon mutual written consent. Deadline to Submit Bid: August 3, 2011. Get full details on this city janitorial/commercial cleaning (RFP) contract.

City Purchasing / Supply Contract to Supply Winter Sand and Chips for Road Maintenance (Palmer, AK): Purchase of Winter Sand and Chips The Matanuska-Susitna Borough is soliciting bids to supply winter sand and chips for road maintenance purposes. Deadline to Submit Bid: August 15, 2011. Get full details on this city purchasing / supply contract.

City Bids Requested for Construction Services (Repairing Sea Wall – Warwick, RI): Scope of Project: The removal of existing sea grass and other material from seawall cavity. B. The project consists of pouring a concrete cap on an existing seawall and re-securing loose veneer stone on the wall. Deadline to Submit Bid: August 3, 2011. Get full details on this city construction (RFP) contract.

Large Contracting Firm Requests Contractors/Subcontractors in Construction/Landscaping & Other Trades for City Project (Santa Clarita, CA):  Sully-Miller Contracting Comapany — Trades requested (but not limited to) landscaping/irrigation; tree removal; clearing an grubbing, striping and marking, trucking and more. Plans, specifications and project requirements are available in our office for viewing or may be obtained from the City of Santa Clarita, Suite 304, 23920 Valencia Blvd., Santa Clarita, CA 91355, (661) 286-4172. Contact Sully-Miller at 135 S. State College Boulevard, Suite 400, Brea, CA 92821. Phone: (714) 578-9600 • Fax: (714) 578-9672. Attn: Estimating Department.

City Purchasing / Supply Contract for Cleaning and Paper Products (St. Mary’s, Ontario (CANADA)): The Town of St. Marys is requesting proposals from interested parties to provide cleaning and sanitary paper products. Deadline to Submit Bid: September 7, 2011. Get full details on this city purchasing / supply contract.

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Could Recent Mortgage Law Challenges Mean More Homeowners Won’t Face Foreclosure and/or That They Were Illegally Foreclosed On and Can Keep Their Homes?

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In this past Tuesday’s post here, we discussed the organization known as MERs, which has filed to foreclose on thousands of homeowners across the country, and now courts are challenging their ability to do so.  

If you’ve never heard of MERs, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Most homeowners haven’t – that is, unless and/or until they face foreclosure.  To recap, MERs  is . . . 

the Mortgage Electronic Registry Systems . . .  This company, owned by the major banks, was set up in the mid-1990s by the Mortgage Bankers Association, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Its goal was to expedite the home loan process. . . .

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Why It’s Important For Homeowners Facing Foreclosure to Know What MERs Is

In short, because now courts are challenging their ability to foreclose at all on a homeowner. Why? Because they don’t own an underlying interest in the property. 

Only a party with an “interest” in a property can file to have it foreclosed on (eg, a bank/lender, a contractor who has a lien against it, a homeowners association (HOA) when a home owner doesn’t pay their dues, etc.).

MERs’ position, by its own admission, was only to “keep track of changes in servicers and mortgage ownership . . . Foreclosure really was not central to [its] core business and the organization never received income from foreclosures.” 

So, what does all of this mean for the Average Joe homeowner?

Main that your home may have been illegally foreclosed on because the organization “helped make possible foreclosures that otherwise might not have taken place because the necessary original documents were missing,” according to the Reuters article, Exclusive: Facing criticism, MERS cuts role in foreclosures. 

What Should You Do If You’re a Homeowner Who’s Received a Foreclosure Notice from MERs

There are so many intangibles that it’s hard to lay out a specific course of action for every homeowner. Many lenders have their own programs where they’re trying to work with borrowers – so some are being proactive on their own.

But, if you suspect that your home was illegally foreclosed on and you can’t get any cooperation from your lender, it might be time to consult a foreclosure attorney to at least discuss your options – that is, if you even want to keep your home.

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Foreclosure Cleaning, Construction & Commercial Supply Contracting/Job Leads for 7/27/2011

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Foreclosure Cleaning Jobs Tip: Before we get to today’s job listing, here’s a good way to land lots of foreclosure clean up jobs – contact your local city councilman. As the contractor in the article, Council to consider contractor to handle nuisances, highlights, they may be glad to hear from you — and provide ongoing work.

Now, on to today’s job leads . . .

City Bids Requested for Janitorial and Snow Removal Services (Washington, DC): The General Services Administration (GSA) requires janitorial and snow removal services at the GSA Regional Office Building (ROB), located at 301 7th Street, SW Washington, DC 20407. The ROB totals approximately 845,000 rentable square feet. This work shall be in accordance with the Contract Documents. The project scope includes, but is not limited to, the following work: Interior (cleaning floors, carpets, restrooms, locker rooms, showers, surfaces, fixtures, walls, trash removal, elevators, stairways, blinds, etc.) and exterior (snow removal). Deadline to Submit Bid: August 15, 2011. Get full details on this city bid request for janitorial and snow removal services.

Note: Big contracts like this usually have subcontracting opportunities. So inquire about this if/when you apply.

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City Bids Requested for Tree Removal Services (Boston, MA): Scope of work: Furnishing all labor, materials and equipment necessary for tree removal, including stumps, throughout the City of Boston. Estimated cost of contract is $700,000 (contract term is three years, ie, 2011–2014) Deadline to Submit Bid: August 18, 2011. Get full details on this city bid request for tree removal.

City Requests for Proposals for General Contractors and Roofing Companies (Irving, TX): Scope of work: Winfree Academy Charter Schools is now seeking Competitive Sealed Proposals from qualified general contractors and qualified roofing companies for the replacement of the roof on the Irving Campus located at 3110 Skyway Circle South, Irving, Texas 75038. The pre-proposal conference will be held at the site on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. The pre-proposal conference is a mandatory prerequisite for submitting a Competitive Sealed Proposal. The published criteria and associated weights of each selected criteria, as determined by the Board of Trustees, will be distributed at the pre-proposal conference as part of the RFCSP packet. All competitive sealed proposals must be delivered to Doyle Elkin at the corporate office of Winfree Academy Charter Schools located at 6221 Riverside Drive, Suite 110, Irving, Texas 75039 no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, August 8, 2011. Proposals will be opened at the corporate office at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 9, 2011 with all received proposals read aloud. Deadline to Submit: August 16, 2011. Source for this city request for proposal for general contractors and roofing companies

City Purchasing Contract for Generators & Electrical Services (Boston, MA): Scope of Work: Includes demolition and disposal of existing generators and the furnishing and installation of new standby generators and electrical equipment at six fire stations. Deadline to Submit Bid: August 11, 2011. Get full details on this city bid request for generator and electrical equipment.

City Bids Requested for Moving Services (Boston, MA): Scope of Work: Provide sorting, packing, mold fumigation, shelf movement/assembly, etc. of library materials from one facility to another.  Deadline to Submit Bid: August 22, 2011. Get full details on this city bid request for moving services.

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    Ever heard of MERS? If you’re a homeowner facing foreclosure, it’s an organization that probably had a hand in your home loan process.

    What Is MERS and Why Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Need to Know

    The reason it’s important for homeowners to know about this organization is that it is being taken to task (to court) by many State Attorney Generals because it’s being deemed a “non-owning” party; hence, it doesn’t have the right to issue foreclosure notices on a property.

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    As explained in The New York Times article, The Banks Still Want a Waiver, MERS is the acronym for:

    . . . the Mortgage Electronic Registry Systems . . .  This company, owned by the major banks, was set up in the mid-1990s by the Mortgage Bankers Association, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Its goal was to expedite the home loan process. . . . By eliminating the need to record changes in property ownership in local land records, MERS ramped up profits for lenders. In 2007, MERS calculated that it had saved the industry $1 billion over 10 years. An estimated 60 percent of all home loans were registered to MERS. 

    MERS has issued foreclosure notices. But, some courts are saying that they don’t have the authority to because they don’t have an ownership interest in the properties; they only, in essence, played an administrative role.

    If this sounds like another form of “robosigning”, you’re not far off – and courts around the nation are starting to agree, especially as the practice is continuing, in spite of the fact that many banks stopped foreclosing on homes last fall until they could get their “houses in order” (pun fully intended).

    In the June 2011 article, Special Report: Banks still robo-signing (a must-ready for every homeowner facing foreclosure by the way), by Reuters, an investigation by the respected journalistic outlet found:

    . . .  that loan servicers are still using the corner-cutting tactic that most captured the public imagination last year: robo-signing. . . . The investigation identified six known robo-signers who have continued to churn out large numbers of mortgage assignments since the beginning of 2011 – months after the industry vowed to stop the practice.

    So while banks still continue to cut corners, and the legal system seems to be finally taking steps to stop some of this madness, the most obvious question is . . . .

    What options does this leave for “the Average Joe homeowner?”

    Quite simply, hold on and sit tight until the courts figure it out. It probably won’t change your situation that much (after all, if you can’t pay your mortgage and you can’t get a mod from your lender, you’re probably going to lose your home) . . . but, until all the legal wrangling is done, it migh give you time to get your finances together to figure out your next move, ie: 

    Continue to try to work out a deal with your lender to stay in your home (get a home loan modification); 

    Go through (Chapter 7) bankruptcy to try to stave off foreclosure;

    Voluntarily walk away from your home;

    Do a deed in lieu of foreclosure; and/or 

    A short sale.

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    City Request for Proposal for Carpet Removal/Installation (Washington, DC): The Contractor shall furnish all necessary labor, materials, tools, supplies, equipment, transportation, and supervision necessary for the removal, installation, and repair of carpet systems at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on a call-order basis. Estimated Value of Contract: $100,000 – $250,000 annually. Term of Contract: One year base period, with two one-year options to renew. Deadline to Submit: August 18, 2011. Get full details on this city contract for carpet removal/installation services.

    City Request for Proposal for Trash Removal/Recycling (Washington, DC): The Contractor furnish all vehicles, containers and labor for refuse removal and recycling collection services at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Estimated Value of Contract: $500,000 – $750,000 annually. Term of Contract: One year base period, with two, one-year options to renew. Deadline to Submit: July 29, 2011. Get full details on this city contract for trash removal / recycling services

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    Request for Proposals / Bids Requested: Important Tip to Remember

    Various factors can change related to any of the above (eg, pre-bid meeting dates, contract stipulations, scope of projects, etc.). Hence, just because the deadline may have passed for a “mandatory” bid meeting, or even the date to submit your bidd, contact the applicable agency to see if you can still submit. These contracts can run into the hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars (which can catapult your business to the next level) with the stroke of a pen, so it pays to check out every contract you even think you might be eligible for.

    City Request for Proposal for Landscaping (College Park, MD): The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) is soliciting proposals for a landscaping and turf maintenance services contractor. The contract shall commence on the date of award (anticipated to be on or about October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2016. The initial term of the contract will be for five (5) years. Deadline to Apply: August 4, 2011. Get full details on this city landscaping contract.

    City Bids Requested for County Construction Contract (Miami, FL): Description of the Work (Project): UFAS IMPROVEMENTS Approximate Construction Budget for this project is: $300,000.00. Pre-bid meeting will be held at the job site on August 16, 2011 at 10:00 AM. Bids to be opened on: August 30, 2011. Get full details for this city construction contract.

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    City Bids Requested for Construction Contract (Miami, FL): International Air Show Resurfacing Contract, which includes, but is not limited to, milling and resurfacing, widening and resurfacing of intersecting streets, resurfacing of asphalt pathways; grading and clean up of adjacent shoulders and removal of roots, etc. Approximate Construction Budget for this project is: $622,350.15. Bids to be opened on: August 17, 2011. Get full details for this city construction contract.

    Bids Requested for Installation /Replacement of HVAC Units to State Park (Mandeville, LA): Pre-bid meeting will be held on August 16, 2011. Bids to be opened on: August 24, 2011. Get full details on this state HVAC contract

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    The stigma of losing your home to foreclosure is becoming less of a stigma. This comes as no surprise, as we’ve discussed this on numerous occasions on this blog, ie:

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    Many Americans have been backed into a corner when it comes to their mortgage, and they’re finally thinking like the banks and other corporate giants, ie, they’re cutting their losses and moving on. And they’re starting to do it more and more.

    Proof?

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    Shocking (Or Maybe Not So Much) Home Foreclosure Statistic

    According to the June 2011 CNN Money article, Walk away from your mortgage? Time to get ‘ruthless’:

    . . . a recent survey by home finance company Fannie Mae found that while only about 27% of homeowners would even consider walking away, that’s up from 15% last year. . . [and] Jon Maddux, CEO of YouWalkAway.com, reports 10% more clients this year to his company, which advises people how best to handle the walk away process.

    Home Foreclosure: Time for Banks to Get Serious about Home Loan Modifications, Writing Down Principals and REALLY Working with Homeowners in Earnest — be Prepared to Get in the Business of Selling Real Estate

    Many homeowners are getting laser specific about where they stand financially – and how to get through this mess. And, many of them are tired . . .

    Tired of waiting for a bank to get back to them with an answer on their home loan modification request;

    Tired of having to submit the same paperwork over and over again;

    Tired of being transferred from one foreclosure specialist within a big bank to another – only to have to begin the process all over again when a new “specialist” is assigned; and

    Tired of receiving  options that do nothing to really help them hang onto their homes – only delay the inevitable (foreclosure).

    And . . .

    Yeah, Americans need to learn to live within their means.

    Yeah many signed on for mortgages they could afford; and

    Yeah many should lose their home to foreclosure.

    But this is all water under the bridge and we need to be focused on home foreclosure solutions because it hits us ALL in the pocketbook, not who did what wrong 5 years ago.

    The Bloomberg.com article, Mortgage Principal Write-Downs Lagging, sums it up brilliantly, stating:

    There was a lot of money put into rescuing the banks and not nearly the resources put into rescuing regular folks,” said Bruce Mirken of the Greenlining Institute, an economic policy group in Berkeley, California. “A fair number of these loans were written based on fantasy values. It’s better for everybody concerned to have a mortgage market and a housing market that has some connection to reality.

    Finally, someone laid it out in plain language!

    If banks don’t come to their senses soon — as homeowners have started to — we’ll still be in this same foreclosure mess of a crisis 5 years from now. Can your wallet/property value weather that?

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    City Request for Proposal for Tree Trimming (Kearney, NE):  Requested by  Nebraska Public Power District Purchasing and Contracts Division. Deadline to Submit: July 25, 2011. Get full details on this city contract for tree-trimming services. 4 Contracts Available.

    Reforestation Services (Winter Park, FL): A pre-bid meeting will be held in City Hall, Room 200, 401 Park Avenue South, Winter Park, Florida, on August 1, 2011, at 10:30 a.m. Deadline to Submit: August 17, 2011, by 10 a.m. (EST). The same day, at 10:30 a.m. (EST), all responses will be publicly opened and acknowledged. Get full details on this city contract for reforestation (Note: Must register to gain access to full details). 

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    TEXAS DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION CONTRACTS: NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF PROPOSED TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (TxDOT) CONTRACTS Sealed proposals for contracts listed below will be received by TxDOT until the date(s) shown below, and then publicly read. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #1: CONSTRUCTION/ MAINTENANCE CONTRACT(S) Dist/Div: Dallas Contract 0047-05-050 for INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS in COLLIN County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office. Contract 6223-28-001 for SWEEPING/DEBRIS REMOVAL in DENTON County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,398,674.40. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #2: Dist/Div: Fort Worth Contract 6224-78-001 for CLEANING AND SEALING JOINT & CRACKS in TARRANT County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 10:30 am and opened on August 16, 2011 at 11:00 am at the District Office for an estimate of $93,921.38.  

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #3: Contract 6224-79-001 for CLEANING/SEALING CRACKS in WISE County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 10:30 am and opened on August 16, 2011 at 11:00 am at the District Office for an estimate of $84,657.15. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #4: Contract 6224-80-001 for CLEANING & SEALING JOINTS & CRACKS in ERATH County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 10:30 am and opened on August 16, 2011 at 11:00 am at the District Office for an estimate of $144,265.59.  

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #5: Contract 6224-81-001 for CLEANING AND SEALING JOINT & CRACKS in PARKER County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 10:30 am and opened on August 16, 2011 at 11:00 am at the District Office for an estimate of $102,727.48.  

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #6: Contract 6224-82-001 for CLEANING AND SEALING JOINTS & CRACKS in TARRANT County will be received on August 16, 2011 until 10:30 am and opened on August 16, 2011 at 11:00 am at the District Office for an estimate of $210,210.47.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #7: Contract 6230-50-001 for REMOVE AND REPLACE SPEED LIMIT SIGNS – NORTH in TARRANT County, etc will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,279,993.43.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #8: Dist/Div: Lubbock Contract 6230-53-001 for REMOVE AND REPLACE SPEED LIMIT SIGNS – WESTERN in LUBBOCK County, etc will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,367,385.39.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #9: Dist/Div: Paris Contract 0047-03-074 for REVERSE EXISTING RAMP CONFIGURATION in GRAYSON County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #10: Contract 6211-70-001 for BASE REHABILITATION in HUNT County will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,437,550.70.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #11: Contract 6215-82-001 for ON CALL INSTALL/ REMOVE RAISED PVMT MRKR in HUNT County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $66,667.80. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #12: Contract 6224-07-001 for BASE REHAB in HOPKINS County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,650,840.18.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #13: Contract 6225-43-001 for SIGN UPGRADE in GRAYSON County will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $148,364.80.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #14: Contract 6225-71-001 for FULL DEPTH CONCRETE REPAIR in HOPKINS County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $471,335.00. Contract 6226-43-001 for CRACK SEAL in LAMAR County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $245,549.16.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #15: Contract 6226-95-001 for ON CALL SPECIALTY STRIPING TY I in HUNT County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $34,994.16.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #16: Contract 6226-97-001 for CRACK SEAL in HUNT County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $121,284.76.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #17: Contract 6228-79-001 for ON CALL STRIPING TY II in LAMAR County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $70,005.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #18: Contract 6228-80-001 for SPECIALITY MARKINGS in LAMAR County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $69,786.18.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #19: Contract 6229-66-001 for ON CALL TREE REMOVAL in LAMAR County, etc will be opened on August 18, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $69,950.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #20: Dist/Div: San Angelo Contract 7107-09-003 for RAILROAD INFRASTRUCTURE REHAB in TOM GREEN County, etc will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #21: Dist/Div: Tyler Contract 6222-75-001 for REPAIR OF BOX CULVERT JOINTS in SMITH County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $623,647.20.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #22: Contract 6224-16-001 for DITCH & CULVERT CLEANING & RESHAPING in HENDERSON County will be received on August 16, 2011 until 1:15 pm and opened on August 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $217,129.75. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #23: Contract 6224-17-001 for DITCH & CULVERT CLEANING & RESHAPING in WOOD County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 1:15 pm and opened on August 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $253,772.41.  

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #24: Contract 6227-61-001 for JT CRACKSEAL RUBBER ASPHALT in HENDERSON County, etc will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $826,033.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #25 Contract 6229-17-001 for REHAB OF ROADWAY in RUSK County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,419,527.70.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #26: Contract 6229-18-001 for REHAB OF ROADWAY in VAN ZANDT County will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $1,686,813.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #27: Contract 6229-32-001 for TREE REMOVAL in CHEROKEE County, etc will be opened on August 09, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $356,025.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #28: Contract 6229-33-001 for TREE REMOVAL in VAN ZANDT County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 1:15 pm and opened on August 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $240,700.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #29: Contract 6229-34-001 for TREE REMOVAL in WOOD County, etc will be received on August 16, 2011 until 1:15 pm and opened on August 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $263,150.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #30: Contract 6229-35-001 for TREE REMOVAL in SMITH County will be received on August 16, 2011 until 1:15 pm and opened on August 16, 2011 at 1:30 pm at the District Office for an estimate of $197,925.00.

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #31: Contract 6230-15-001 for TREE TRIMMING AND BRUSH REMOVAL in CHEROKEE County, etc will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $463,580.00. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #32: Contract 6230-16-001 for TREE TRIMMING AND BRUSH CONTROL in VAN ZANDT County, etc will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $331,773.00. 

    Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposal #33: Contract 6230-17-001 for TREE TRIMMING AND BRUSH CONTROL in WOOD County, etc will be opened on August 10, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the State Office for an estimate of $317,733.00. 

    More Info on the Texas Dept of Transportation Request for Proposals, which were found here: Details on the Plans and specifications are available for inspection, along with bidding proposals, and applications for the TxDOT Prequalified Contractor’s list, at the applicable State and/or Dist/Div Offices listed below. Plans for the above contract(s) are available from TxDOT’s website at www.txdot.gov and from reproduction companies at the expense of the contractor. NPO: 36999 State Office Constr./Maint. Division 200 E. Riverside Dr. Austin, Texas 78704 Phone: 512-416-2540 Dist/Div Office(s) Dallas District District Engineer 4777 E. Hwy 80 Mesquite, Texas 75150-6643 Phone: 214-320-6100 Fort Worth District District Engineer 2501 Southwest LP820 Ft Worth, Texas 76133 Phone: 817-370-6500 Lubbock District District Engineer 135 Slaton Lubbock, Texas 79408-0771 Phone: 806-745-4411 Paris District District Engineer 1365 N. Main St. Paris, Texas 75460-2697 Phone: 903-737-9300 San Angelo District District Engineer 4502 Knickerbocker Rd San Angelo, Texas 76904 Phone: 325-944-1501 Tyler District District Engineer 2709 W. Front St. Tyler, Texas 75702-7712 Phone: 903-510-9100. More info on plans, Vendor FAQs can be found here.

    City Construction Contract for Installation of Sidewalks (Manchester, NH): This contract consists of the construction of approximately 819.1 square yards of asphalt sidewalk, the installation of approximately 524.9 linear feet of granite curb, and the construction of approximately 28 curb cuts with tactile warning surfaces. Deadline to Submit: August 4, 2011. Get full details on this city construction contract. 

    City Purchasing Contract for Towable Stump Grinder (Manchester, NH): The purpose of this bid invitation is to establish a contract with a company that will provide a new/current model stump grinder to the Highway Department of the City of Manchester, New Hampshire. The equipment shall be furnished complete in every detail and be of such design and construction as to meet the general and special requirements hereinafter set forth. Deadline to Submit: August 3, 2011. Get full details on this city purchasing contract.

    City Purchasing Contract for Dump Trailer w/Cover (Manchester, NH): The purpose of this bid invitation is to establish a contract with a company that will provide a new/current model stump grinder to the Highway Department of the City of Manchester, New Hampshire. The equipment shall be furnished complete in every detail and be of such design and construction as to meet the general and special requirements hereinafter set forth. Deadline to Submit: August 2, 2011. Get full details on this city purchasing contract.

    City Purchasing Contract for Snow Blower (Manchester, NH): The purpose of this bid invitation is to establish a contract with a company that will provide a new/current model snow blower (that will be attached to a loader) to the Highway Department of the City of Manchester, New Hampshire. The equipment shall be furnished complete in every detail and be of such design and construction as to meet the general and special requirements hereinafter set forth. Deadline to Submit: August 2, 2011. Get full details on this city purchasing contract.

    City Purchasing Contract for Tandem Roller (Manchester, NH): The purpose of this bid invitation is to establish a contract with a company that will provide a new/current model 10-12 ton articulated tandem roller to the Highway Department of the City of Manchester, New Hampshire.

    The equipment shall be furnished complete in every detail and be of such design and construction as to meet the general and special requirements hereinafter set forth. Deadline to Submit: August 2, 2011. Get full details on this city purchasing contract.

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    Home Foreclosures Lead to Sustained Bright Outlook for Some Builders: Here’s Why

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    When the foreclosure crisis started in the fall of 2007, new home builders were some of the hardest hit – and they remain so. According to the article, Housing Starts in U.S. Probably Rose in June for Second Month, although housing starts are up by a little as of May (2.4%), it’s when you look at building permits that the real story can be told. Why? As the aforementioned article states:

    Building permits, an indicator of future projects (emphasis added), fell 2.3 percent [in May] to a 595,000 rate . . . Declining home values and delays in processing foreclosures mean it may take years to clear the market of distressed properties, a sign a sustained gain in homebuilding will take time to unfold.

     But, some home builders are finding a bright spot in this foreclosure crisis – multi-family dwellings.

    New Crop of Business for Builders: Rental Properties

     As more and more Americans lose their homes to foreclosure – either by choice, eg, doing the “jingle mail walk”, or those who stay until the bitter and have their home foreclosed on and sold on the courthouse steps, renting is becoming the new owning.

    Proof?

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    According to the AP article, Forecast: Homebuilders to focus on Calif. cities, states:

    . . .building permits for single-family and multi-family dwellings had both fallen to about 20 percent their 2006 peaks in mid-2009. But multi-family permits have since recovered to about 40 percent of their peak level, while single-family permits continue to decline, . . .

    The article also goes on to explain why this trend is likely to continue, noting that Generation Xers (those in their late 30s early/late 40s) are the ones who lived through (are living through) this current foreclosure crisis. And, as the age, many may be unable or even unwilling to give homeownership a go a second time around.

    One can only speculate on the effect this has had on the children of Generation Xers. Seeing their parents lose homes, living through multiple moves, having to say goodbye to old friends and the stress of making new ones at new schools; watching the anxiety of their parents as they struggle – this generation may not as readily embrace home ownership as eagerly as their parents did.

    All of these help to shed light on why multi-family dwelling construction will continue to grow in the coming years.

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    Missed the Deadline to Submit Your Bid? Missed a “Mandatory” Pre-Bid Meeting

    Just a tip – sometimes contracts get cancelled, scopes of projects get change, bid meetings are re-scheduled, etc. We say all this to say, contact the applicable agency to see if your bid can still be accepted – even if the deadline has passed and/or you’ve missed a mandatory pre-bid meeting.

    Today’s Bid Requests, Job Leads, Requests for Proposals, Commercial Supply Contracts, Etc. 

    Request for Proposals for Weatherization Construction Services (La Junta, CO). Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) is a non-profit organization that operates and administers the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) statewide Multi-Family Weatherization Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program. Scope of Work: Typical weatherization services may include: installing insulation; tuning and replacing heating and cooling systems; mitigating air infiltration; and reducing electric base load consumption. Energy-related health and safety issues may also be addressed through this program. Pre-bid Meeting: July 20, 2011. Deadline to Submit: August 3, 2011. Get full details on this city request for proposal for weatherization services.

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    Request for Proposals for Weatherization Construction Services (Pueblo, CO). Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) is a non-profit organization that operates and administers the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) statewide Multi-Family Weatherization Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program. Scope of Work: Replace exit signs; Lighting upgrades (exterior, common areas, apartments); New MAUs (with VFD and reset); New condensing boilers and DHW system; Upgrade storefront glazing with Low-E and thermally broken aluminum frames; Refrigerator replacement (about 74); Replace AC units (about 169); Possible solar hot water system; Replace zone valves; Install low flow fixtures (showerheads and aerators); Weather strip exterior common area doors; Weather strip apartment balcony doors; Venting dryers and laundry rooms. Pre-bid Meeting: July 19, 2011. Deadline to Submit: August 2, 2011. Get full details on this city request for proposal for weatherization services.

    Request for Proposals for Weatherization Construction Services (Greely, CO). Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) is a non-profit organization that operates and administers the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) statewide Multi-Family Weatherization Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program. Scope of Work: Exterior Lighting Improvements; In-unit Lighting Improvements;  Common Area Lighting Improvements; Replace 13 Refrigerators; Replace Condensing Boilers; Reconfigure DHW piping; Replace all zone valves; Install vapor barrier in crawl space; Supply/reinstall insulation in the crawl space floors. Pre-bid Meeting: July 22, 2011. Deadline to Submit: August 5, 2011. Get full details on this city request for proposal for weatherization services.

    Request for Proposals for Weatherization Construction Services (Denver, CO). Energy Outreach Colorado (EOC) is a non-profit organization that operates and administers the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office (GEO) statewide Multi-Family Weatherization Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program. Scope of Work: Typical weatherization services may include: installing insulation; tuning and replacing heating and cooling systems; mitigating air infiltration; and reducing electric base load consumption. Deadline to Submit: July 28, 2011. Get full details on this city request for proposal for weatherization services.

    Commercial Supply Contract for Paper and Plastics to Various County Buildings (Cuyahoga, OH): Paper Towels, Toilet Paper, Can Liners, etc. Deadline to Submit: Bid extended to July 29, 2011. Get full details on this city commercial supply contract for paper and plastics. 

    Real Estate Inspector to Assess Foreclosed Properties for Sale (Cuyahoga, OH): Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified Contractors for the position of Residential, Commercial and Industrial Real Estate Appraiser to value properties subject to court-ordered sale.  Deadline to Submit: July 25, 2011. Get full details on this city real estate inspector’s contract.

    Request for Proposals for Weatherization Services (Portland, Maine). The People’s Regional Opportunity Program (PROP) invites proposals from interested parties to provide weatherization services for PROP certified low- income residents living in York and Cumberland Counties. Weatherization services include the installation of cellulose and fiberglass insulation, air sealing, weather stripping, installation of bathroom and kitchen ventilation, use of blower door equipment to detect air leakage, installation of attic ventilation, and other like tasks specified by PROP to improve the energy efficiency of homes. Deadline to Submit: July 18, 2011. Get full details on this city request for proposal for weatherization services. 

    City Request for Proposal for Renovation Services (Washington, DC). Renovations to be completed on playground, classrooms, eg, install bathrooms, replace ceiling tiles, install child-safe locks, replace carpet, paint rooms, etc. (Subcontracting opportunities available). Deadline to Submit: July 22, 2011. Get full details on this city request for proposal for renovation services.

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