Washington County Legacy Park
Request for Proposals for the Purchase, Collection, and Removal of Manure Produced at Legacy Park
It is the intent of Washington County, Utah, (“County”) to obtain proposals from professionals that are Local Vendors as defined in Washington County Code 1-12-3, that will purchase, collect, and remove manure that is produced at the Washington County Fair Grounds (“Legacy Park”) for the 2024 calendar year.
Legacy Park houses hundreds of racehorses and holds a variety of livestock shows and events. These animals produce manure that needs to be removed on as needed, which is no less than once a quarter.
The requirements listed herein must be met by all Vendor proposals. Failure to meet these requirements may be cause for rejection of the Vendor’s proposal at the County’s discretion. The contents of this solicitation that are not modified, altered, or waived by the County, and the Vendor’s response, when submitted to and accepted by the County, must become an integral part of the contract agreed upon between Vendor and County.
|REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS SUBMISSION CRITERIA
|MANURE PURCHASE AND REMOVAL SERVICES
||October 9, 2023
|Opening Date & Time
||October 24, at 8:00 am
|Bid Opening Location
|Submission Information: This Proposal must be received by mail or hand delivery to the listed address by the end of the business day on October 23, 2023 at 4:00 pm.
5500 West 700 South,
Hurricane, Utah 84737
Scope of Work
- Collect and remove manure at Legacy Park storage facility, using the Vendor’s own equipment. Collection shall be not less than on a quarterly basis and as needed at the request of the county
- Keep all manure storage areas in a reasonably neat condition following manure collection
- Maintain professionalism in all respects
As needed, but not less than quarterly.
Each Vendor must prepare a written response included in the submission which must include the following:
- Letter of intent
- Resume detailing experience and ability to perform Scope of Work
- Contact Information
- Insurance documentation
- All professional licensing requirements listed under special qualifications
Vendor to Propose.
Vendor must obtain and provide a Certificate of Insurance showing that a valid worker’s compensation policy exists and provides coverage for Vendor and employees of Vendor
Vendor may hire people to assist Vendor in providing the services contracted herein. However, if Vendor hires persons under the age of 18, Vendor must comply with all state and federal requirements, specifically including, but not limited to, the Fair Labor Standards Act, as regulated under 29 C.F.R. 570, and state law on the employment of minors under Utah Code Annotated, §34-23-201 et seq.
Drug-Free Work Environment Requirements
Vendor must provide the services solicited herein without being, or permitting employees to be, under the influence of illegal drugs, alcohol or any substance that impairs the ability to work safely.
Vendor must provide its own equipment that meets industry standards in performing the Scope of Work.
No less than one calendar year. However, the Contract Term may be negotiated.
Basis of Agreement
Vendor will be an independent contractor and neither Vendor nor any agent, employee, or servant of Vendor may be deemed an agent, employee, or servant of the County. Vendor is responsible for its own Federal, State, and Local tax.
This resulting contract will be for the purchase, collection, and removal of manure services and Vendor is not an employee of County and is not entitled to the benefits provided by the County to its employees.
This resulting contract will not, nor will any interest in the resulting contract, be assignable, as to the interest of the Vendor, without prior written consent of the County.
If Vendor is awarded the bid the resulting Agreement may differ from the terms established in this Request for Proposals upon the mutual agreement and consent of both parties and when the change is in the best interest of the residents of County.