The Seacoast (FL) Utility Authority will accept bids Jan. 12, 2011, for concrete coating and metal painting work at the Palm Beach Gardens Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The plant furnishes potable water service to nearly 50,000 residential and commercial customers and provides wastewater collection, treatment and disposal services to about 45,700 homes and businesses over about 65 square miles. The plant, currently permitted to treat 12 million gallons per day, operates 24/7.
Scope of Work
The project will consist of surface preparation and coating of the exterior of three concrete clarifiers; surface preparation and painting of the interior metal of the North Clarifier; surface preparation and painting of multiple pump stations; and equipment and surface preparation and concrete coating at the reclaimed water pump station wet well.
The project includes coating concrete and masonry surfaces with a 100% acrylic emulsion system and metal with epoxy and polyurethane systems. The brand specified for acrylic is Thoro (Degussa/BASF); the brand specified for epoxy and polyurethane is Tnemec.
A mandatory pre-bid conference meeting will be held at 9 a.m. EST Dec. 16 at the Seacoast Utility Authority PGA WWTP, 11498 Nursery Lane, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418. Prospective bidders must attend the pre-bid conference to be eligible to bid.
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