Welcome to the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District’s (the District) Bid and RFP Information Page. The District solicits sealed bids for public works projects over $350,000. The Small Works process is used for projects under $350,000.
For questions on purchasing and contracting, please contact Amy Swenson, Finance Director at: 206 842-2306 x123.
Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQ’s) are issued when the District requires professional services that are not available in-house.
Prevailing wage must be paid for any public works or maintenance project, regardless of the amounts. For projects under $2,500 the “Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wage and Affidavit of Wages Paid” form can be used. See the Department of Labor and Industry website for more information: http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/PrevWage/basics/. Kitsap Country rates apply to all work for the District.
SMALL WORKS ROSTER, CONSULTANT ROSTER AND VENDOR ROSTER
The District rosters are maintained by the Municipal Research Service Center of Washington (MRSC). It is free to businesses to participate. Any business that would like to provide services or goods to the District must submit their firm’s information directly to MRSC.
For more information, please visit the Municipal Research Service Center of Washington website: https://mrscrosters.org/
REQUEST FOR BID
There are no requests for bid at this time.
FJ Dinghies Surplus Sale
Flying Juniors (a.k.a. FJs) are the most popular double-handed boat in high school and college sailing programs in the U.S. These eight collegiate-style FJs (no spinnaker/no trapeze) are stable, comfortable, and simply rigged with just a main sail and jib, with sliding jib cars. Manufactured by Laser Performance and first sailed in spring 2014, Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District has owned these boats since new.
They show typical wear and tear from program use and have been actively raced, well-maintained, and stored indoors during the off-season. These boats are turn-key ready for personal use or for a parks, club, high school, or collegiate sailing program.
Boat and equipment descriptions
- Eight (8) FJ sail boats, hull numbers 1-8, to be sold individually.
- Each boat is in very good condition with a light grey deck, white hull, and white rub rail. Hull number 7 is in good condition, with some minor structural damage professionally repaired.
- Original matching sails (main and jib numbers 31-38), which are functional and free of significant damage or repairs.
- Matching sail bags.
- All running rigging, rudders, tillers, tiller extensions, and centerboards in very good condition.
- Standing rigging (masts, shrouds, spreaders, booms, goosenecks) has been kept in race-ready condition for high school regattas.
Approximate Market Value
New FJs complete with sails retail for approximately $8,000. The estimated market value for each of these boats is $3,000-$3,500.
Boats will be sold individually by hull number and include the equipment listed above. Each boat has a reserve price below which it will not be sold. Bidding is currently open and will close at 9:00 am January 3, 2020. To submit your bid, specify the hull number(s) and specific bid amounts for each boat and email Jeff Ozimek – Outdoor Program Manager at email@example.com. After submitting your bids, please follow up with confirmation email to ensure the receipt of your bid.
Payment must be received within one week of being notified of winning the bid before surplused items can be transferred and be in the form of a cashier’s check or cash. Successful bidders must make arrangements to pick the boats up from Bainbridge Island, picking up the boats between January 6 – January 15. Transactions will be completed as a Bill of Sale with “as is” condition. If you have any questions please contact Jeff Ozimek at 206-842-2306 x115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.