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Concrete Blocks

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000397818

Bid Title: Concrete Blocks

Agency Bid No. Title: PW-16-020-B

Received Date: 10/21/2015

Close Date: 11/12/2015

Purchase Type: January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Type A; Concrete Blocks and Concrete Caps characteristics and dimensions: a.These items shall be manufactured as solid concrete structures. b.Shall be designed and manufactured to interlock. c.Concrete blocks shall be available with smooth face or architectural finish. d.Each item shall be manufactured using one (1) continuous pour; these items shall not have a cold joint/seam. e.The material used to manufacture these items shall be NYSDOT 4000 psi Class A mix concrete. f.The inclusion of reinforcement rod (Rebar) within these items is required. The reinforcement rod shall be Grade 60; 5/8 diameter. Rebar layout shall be as indicated in the Rebar Layout Diagrams A & B (attached). g.Each concrete block shall be manufactured 1 or 2 tie-backs recessed in the rear face of the concrete block. Said tie-backs shall be anchored within the cement block at the time of the pour; see attached diagrams. h.Concrete blocks shall be manufactured with 1 or 2 lifting hooks; see i). i.These items shall be available for purchase as follows: Type A; Concrete Blocks and Concrete Caps Concrete Blocks* Height Width Length Number of Lifting Hooks Rebar Layout Diagram Reference 2 ft. 2 ft. 2 ft. 1 Diagram A 2 ft. 2 ft. 4 ft. 1 Diagram A 2 ft. 2 ft. 6 ft

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Product Code: 21011

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of Steuben

State: New York

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Eric Prutsman Purchasing Department, 3 East Pulteney Square, Bath, New York, 14810

Phone: 607-664-2475



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