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Inquiry #1: Will the general contractor need to submit a an asbestos compliance plan, and if so how will the contractor be paid for the plan?
Inquiry submitted 09/12/2017

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 09/13/2017


Response #2:The contractor will need to submit an Asbestos Compliance Plan. Payment is included in the item "Roadway Excavation (Naturally Occurring Asbestos)."
Response posted 09/13/2017




Inquiry #2: It appears that there is a problem with the state receiving bids through Bid Express we have contacted them and have been told its on the Caltrans side not Bid Express or the contractors side. When submitting the bid an error pops up saying.

"Agency 'Caltrans' does not allow electronic bid submission"


Inquiry submitted 09/26/2017

Response #1:Downloaded the project and addendum. It works fine. Perhaps you can try again.

The contractor need a digital ID to bid and submit their bids.

Please follow the direction given in the Electronic Bidding Guide at:

http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/esc/oe/electronic_bidding/docs/ElectronicBiddingGuide.pdf

Response posted 09/26/2017


Response #2:It's been resolved. Please try again.
Response posted 09/26/2017




Inquiry #3: In response to inquiry #2. This issue is not with downloading the documents to bid express it is submitting the bid to the state. We have spoken to other contractors that are getting the same error. If this problem is not resolved soon the state needs to look at pushing the bid date. We are getting an error that states.

Agency 'Caltrans' does not allow electronic bid submission


Inquiry submitted 09/26/2017

Response #1:Submitted for consideration.
Response posted 09/26/2017


Response #2:It's been resolved. Please try again.
Response posted 09/26/2017






The information provided in the responses to bidder inquiries is not a waiver of Section 2-1.07, “JOB SITE AND DOCUMENT EXAMINATION” of the Standard Specifications or any other provision of the contract, nor to excuse the contractor from full compliance with the contract. Bidders are cautioned that subsequent responses or contract addenda may change a previous response.