Hickory Construction Company is Soliciting Bids – Alexander County Shell Building

Hickory Construction Company is Soliciting Bids for M/WBE Participation for the Following Project:

“Alexander County Shell Building”
Taylorsville, NC

Hickory Construction Company is seeking subcontractors for the following divisions of work: Div. 3 – Concrete; Div.; Div. 5 – Metals; Div. 6 – Sheathing; Div. 7 –  Thermal & Moisture Protection; Div. 8 – Openings; Div. 9 – Finishes; Div. 10 – Louvers and Vents; Div. 23 – Mechanical; Div. 26 – Electrical; Div. 31; Earthwork; Div. 32 – Exterior Improvements; Div. 33 – Utilities.

Bid Date & Time:  Thursday, August 29, 2019 at 3:00 PM

Please provide your proposal prior to the 3:00 PM bid time; preferably by 12 Noon or before.  

Phone:  828-322-9234    Fax:  828-322-5138

Contact:  Chuck Moss Email: cmoss@hickory-construction.com

Description: A new approximately 50,000 sq. ft. industrial expandable shell building with 28’ ceiling clearance and 50’ x 50’ bay spacing. The project scope will include related site improvements and will be constructed in the Alexander Industrial Park. The building will be a pre-cast shell with steel frame and 4 dock high and 1 drive in ground level overhead door as per the contract documents.

Architect:  Campbell Design, PA
4511 North NC 16 Business Highway 16, Denver, NC 28037
Phone: (704) 489-1438

Bid documents can be examined at the following locations:

The General Contractor’s office : 352 2nd Street NW, Hickory, NC 29601
Office of Architect by appointment only.

Alexander County Administration Building, 621 Liledoun Road, Taylorsville, NC during normal business hours.
Hickory Construction Company encourages MBE/WBE subcontracting opportunities.

Hickory Construction Company, an Equal Employment Opportunity Contractor, will consider all quotes regardless of Race, Color, Religion, Sex, or national origin, and is soliciting bids from M/WBE participation for this project.

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