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Proposal & Bid Notice Details:


ST. LOUIS ART MUSEUM

ST. LOUIS ART MUSEUM-AFB PROJECT NO-089343.001-FOR,AUDITORIUM SUBSTATION REPLACEMENT


Project Specs:

Notice ID #: 6098

Bid Date: 12/20/2019

Type Of Notice: Invitation to Bid
Location: MO: Saint Louis


Contact: See Notice Summary for details on how to respond to this notice.


Notice Summary:

ST. LOUIS ART MUSEUM

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Sealed Bids for:

 

AUDITORIUM SUBSTATION REPLACEMENT ST. LOUIS ART MUSEUM

PROJECT NO. 089343.001

 

Will be received by the Administration of the St. Louis Art Museum, Owner, at 1 Fine Arts Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110 at 5:00 p.m. on December 20, 2019. The bids will be privately opened and read.

 

Electronic copies of the drawings, specifications and other related contract information will be available beginning on November 18, 2019 and may be downloaded at no cost from McClure Engineering - (https://bit.ly/33OCZ8Q).

 

A mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. on the West Loading Dock, 1 Fine Arts Drive, St. Louis, MO.

 

Questions regarding the scope of work should be directed, in writing, to Michael Stiebel, McClure Engineering, mstiebel@mcclureeng.com. Questions over the phone will not be accepted. Bid questions will be due on Wednesday, December 4, 2019.

 

The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities in bids and to reject any and all bids.

Construction Estimate:             $250,000


Mission

The Saint Louis Art Museum collects, presents, interprets, and conserves works of art of the highest quality across time and cultures; educates, inspires discovery, and elevates the human spirit; and preserves a legacy of artistic achievement for the people of St. Louis and the world.




History

The Saint Louis Art Museum was founded in 1879, at the close of a decade that saw the establishment of art museums in great cities across the eastern half of the United States. This Museum’s comprehensive collections bear witness to the inspirational and educational goals to which its founder aspired and the moral and democratic imperatives he embraced. What began as a collection of assorted plaster casts, electrotype reproductions, and other examples of good design in various media rapidly gave way to a great and varied collection of original works of art spanning five millennia and six continents. Today the quality and breadth of the Museum’s collection secure for it a place among the very best institutions of its kind.





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