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495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin, CT 06235

Windham County Connecticut

 Phone: (860) 455-0073

 Fax: (860) 455-0027

 Email: assistant@chaplinct.org

Request for Proposal - Asphalt Paving Services 2020/2021

 Chaplin Public Works Department is requesting proposals from contractors to provide asphalt paving and shimming services for the Town of Chaplin.  Said services will include three (3) Keyways milled at the intersections of Bedlam Road, Palmer Road and the continuation of North Bedlam Road. Services may also include various shimming as requested on various roads within town.

 A copy of the RFP can be obtained by CLICKING HERE, until the expiration date of this solicitation. It is incumbent upon the Respondent to check the website for additional information and/or addendums.  Copies of the RFP can also be obtained from the Town Hall, 495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin CT 06235.  Questions regarding the scope of services can be directed to the Public Works Supervisor, David Stone at (860) 455-0030 or cell (860) 576-2574 prior to the deadline.

 Proposals are due prior to 7/2/2020 at 2:00pm and must be mailed or delivered by appointment only to First Selectman’s Office located at 495 Phoenixville Rd. Chaplin, CT.  The bid opening will be on 7/2/2020 at 2:15pm at the Town Hall.  EOE

NECCOG

Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments

Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments (NECCOG), a state leader in the innovation, development, advocation and application of regionalism, is a 16-town regional council of governments founded in 1987. NECCOG is a chief-elected official driven — organized forum for the member towns to discuss, facilitate and develop responses to issues of mutual concern. NECCOG’s member towns are Ashford, Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Eastford, Hampton, Killingly, Plainfield, Pomfret, Putnam, Scotland, Sterling, Thompson, Union, Voluntown and Woodstock. Each municipality is represented by their respective chief-elected official. NECCOG is statutorily authorized, but has no regulatory power.

NECCOG is focused on achieving results for our member towns through regionalism — offering a range of voluntary – member initiated programs and services — depending on the collective and/or individual needs of our member towns. These programs include: transportation planning and project assistance; engineering; land use planning and regulation development; economic development; administrative assistance; animal services; transit administration; property revaluation; emergency preparedness; geographic information services and paramedic intercept services. Our regional approach to problem solving enables our member towns to achieve efficiencies and economies of scale that individually would be difficult to realize. NECCOG’s staff, acting as an extension of each member town, has a wide range of expertise and experience to address and assist our member towns with their collective and individual needs.

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