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City of Clemson Soliciting Bids for 10 Decorative, Municipal Street Lights

City of Clemson Soliciting Bids for 10 Decorative, Municipal Street Lights

Event date: 9/24/2019 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM Export event

The City of Clemson is soliciting bids for 10 decorative, municipal street lights to be installed at the Central Clemson Recreation Center Parking Lot addition. Sealed Bids must be received at the Clemson City Hall located at 1250 Tiger Blvd. Suite1. Clemson, SC 29631 no later than 2:00pm September 24, 2019 where they will be opened and read aloud.  Bids should be clearly marked “street lights” on the outside of the package containing the bid and should be sent to the attention of Andy Blondeau, Assistant City Administrator.  Hand-delivered submissions should be delivered to the same address.  No facsimile, email or telephone proposals will be accepted.  Bids received after the stated time will not be accepted.  The City of Clemson is not responsible for delays in the mail.

Contact information for this project:
Andy Blondeau, Assistant City Administrator
ablondeau@cityofclemson.org
864-653-2072

Quantity:  10

Dusk to Dawn Sensor:  Yes

110 convenience outlet located at the top of each pole

45 Watt screw in “corn” type LED.  Self-ballasted

Voltage: 120V-277V

CCT: 4,000K – 5,000K

Light Distribution:  Type 5.   

Diffuser:  Clear Polycarbonate

Luminaire Housing:  Spun and cast aluminum combination.   Top to be fully hinged for easy access to LED bulb. 

Color:  Black

Pole:  Fluted extruded aluminum pole 4” O.D. and 10ft tall.  .250” wall thickness 

All necessary anchor bolts/template and electrical disconnect  

Base Cover:  Two-piece cast aluminum attached to pole with tamper resistant fasteners

Must conform to UL standards. 

Buy America Certification.  All of the iron, steel, and other manufactured goods used as material in the project must be produced or manufactured in the United States.  There is no requirement with regard to the origin of components or subcomponents in manufactured goods used in the project, as long as the manufacturing occurs in the United States.

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