INVITATION TO BID-Sikeston, MO

Highland Grove Apartments

MACO Construction will begin accepting subcontract bids for the rehab construction of the 20-unit complex in Sikeston, MO.

This project is subject to Davis Bacon Prevailing Wages and weekly certified payroll is mandatory!

Plans and specifications can be reviewed on-line. To obtain a link for these plans, please contact Krystal Myers at 573-448-3000 ext. 1165 or krystal@macocompanies.com.

BIDS ARE DUE BY:  Monday April 19, 2021 @4:30 pm      

And may be submitted via e-mail or through facsimile

e-mail: krystal@macocompanies.com

Fax: 573-448-3551

 Please note that this development has been made available in part through federal funds.  As such, HUD Section 3 economic opportunities are encouraged to apply to this development.  Business concerns seeking preference as a qualified Section 3 bidder should clearly indicate this status on the face of the bid(s) submitted.  Minority Business Enterprises and Women Business Enterprises are also encouraged to bid.

 PLEASE SEPARATE MATERIALS FROM LABOR IN YOUR BID SUBMISSIONS AND USE TRADE DESCRIPTIONS AS PER THE AIA G702/703 FORMS.

 If you have any questions, please contact Mike at 573-448-3000.

 Along with your bid, please provide a copy of your general liability insurance coverage and evidence of workers’ compensation coverage for bids with labor in excess of $20,000.

Please note if your bid is competitive and given additional consideration, you may be asked for additional documentation, including a copy of a certificate of good standing from the Missouri Secretary of State.

1st Green Renovation

In 2013, MACO Construction, Inc., completed its first green renovation, as certified to under the National Green Building Certification Program based on the National Green Building Standard ICC 700, placing two “green” developments into service in Louisiana, with three more by the end of the year in Mississippi, all financed through the state housing agency as well as Rural Development.

 

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1st Historic Renovation

In 2005, MACO Construction, Inc., undertook its first historical renovation, which was financed with historical tax credits, federal and state low income housing tax credits and HOME funds in Park Hills, Missouri.  MACO converted a school, originally built in 1907, to a 30 unit senior housing complex.  This development was presented the Honor Award by Governor Matt Blunt on behalf of the Missouri Alliance for Historic Preservation in 2006.