Randolph County Bid 07-1001
Due Date: Thursday, October 25, 2007, 3:00P.M. EMS Ambulances
3.15Information and Descriptive Material
Bidder must furnish all information requested. In addition, vendors shall supply (3) complete sets of drawings, descriptive literature and complete specifications covering the products offered. The successful bidder will also be required to conduct a pre-construction conference at the Emergency Services office in Asheboro, North Carolina. At that time all drawings and available options will be discussed and final layouts will be approved and confirmed. Bids .
By submitting a bid on these specifications, the vendor binds himself to all conditions in these specifications, irrespective of any formalities in his order acknowledgment. No attachment or part may be substituted or applied contrary to manufacturer’s recommendations and standard practice. Any variance with the specifications must be stated with the submitted bid and may, after review of all consequences of the variance, disqualify the bid. Accessory supplies shall be compiled with the rest of the equipment offered.
Vendor guarantees that the equipment is standard new equipment, latest model or regular stock product with all parts regularly used with the type of equipment offered. Each unit delivered is guaranteed against faulty material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year or greater. If the delivered unit is guaranteed by the manufacturer for a period longer than one (1) year, the standard manufacturer’s guarantee will prevail. If during this period, any such faults develop, the unit or part affected is to be replaced without any cost to Randolph County.
All regularly manufactured stock electrical items shall be listed by Underwriter’s Laboratory, Inc. Other electrical equipment shall be constructed to conform to applicable portions of the National Electrical Code. When electrical components are part of the equipment, the manufacturer’s standard guarantee shall apply, unless otherwise specified.
3.17Delivery Completion Requirement
A guaranteed delivery date may be considered in making the award. Any vendor who submits a bid on these specifications agrees to accept our purchase order and agrees to guarantee complete deliver within one-hundred and twenty (120) days of the Purchase Order date, or as otherwise specified. If vendor feels the requested delivery/completion date cannot be met, the vendor shall so state and give revised date with bid proposal. The delivery schedules that are submitted by the Vendor and agreed upon by the County shall automatically become binding upon the successful Vendor.
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