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Wythe County Board of Supervisors is accepting sealed bids for the replacement of pavers and concrete in front of the Circuit Court Building and the General District Building. All bids should be marked paver replacement and to the attention of Martha Collins, 340 South 6th Street, Wytheville, VA 24382. Bids should be received no later than 10a.m. on November 16th, 2017. All inquiries about the project should be directed to Billy Bowers at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by calling 223-6119.

The specifications that will be required are as follows:

Demolition:

  • Remove and dispose of the existing concrete and pavers in front of the Circuit Court Building, starting at the porch columns and extending out 16 feet, with a width of 60 feet. Existing surface is estimated at 5” thick.
  • Remove and dispose of the existing concrete and pavers in front of the General District Court Building, 4 runs at 49 feet by 1 foot and 4 runs at 43 feet by 1 foot. Existing surface is estimated at 5” thick.

Contractor should provide pricing for at least one or all of the options listed below.

Option 1

  • Provide a cost and time to remove existing concrete and pavers, prep area according to industry standards, and then stamp concrete with a herringbone brick pattern and reddish color that will be approved by owners. The area in front of the General District Court area will be a straight stamp design. The complete process of work and materials should be presented to the owner for approval prior to installation.


Option 2

  • Provide a cost and time to remove existing concrete and pavers, prep area according to industry standards, and then install pavers with a herringbone brick pattern and reddish color that will be approved by owners. The area in front of the General District Court area will be a straight paver design. The complete process of work and materials should be presented to the owner for approval prior to installation.


Option 3

  • Provide a cost and time to remove existing concrete and pavers, prep area according to industry standards, and then pour back using 4000 psi concrete reinforced with 10 gauge wire mesh. The finish will be broomed with an applied sealer.  The complete process of work and materials should be presented to the owner for approval prior to installation.

General Notes

  • County will determine the best proposed option and price
  • All demolition will be removed and disposed of by the contractor
  • Contractor will supply all labor and material
  • Contractor will work in such a fashion so that Court can remain open during business hours
  • In addition to the bid price the contractor will provide a certificate of insurance and a copy of their contractor license.
  • Payment in full will be made within 45 days of final inspection and submitted invoice.
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