Competitively bid procurement contract available for all government agencies in the US.
Murphy Pipeline Contractors has been awarded competitively bid cooperative purchasing contracts through Allied States Cooperative and Purchasing Cooperative of America. The contracts are for Trenchless Technology to replace and rehab water, sewer and storm mains from 2-inch through 65-inch in diameter.
All government agencies including cities, towns, counties, universities, colleges and non-profits may become members to utilize the contract saving significant time and money. There is no cost to become a member. To use the contract, sign an interlocal agreement online: www.alliedstatescooperative.com or www.pcamerica.org
About Allied States and Purchasing Cooperative of America:
National governmental purchasing cooperatives which competitively bid and award contracts in compliance with local, state and federal procurement laws and regulations (DFAR, FAR, EDGAR). The savings for members are realized through dealing with vendors who have been evaluated and verified to provide a quality product or service at a competitively bid price in compliance with bidding requirement
For additional information or line item pricing, please contact:
Educational Director, Murphy Pipeline Contractors
For ASC membership, please contact:
Purchasing Manager, Allied States Cooperative
Contract #: 17-7250
For PCA membership, please contact:
Director, Purchasing Cooperative of America
Contract #: OD-307-20
Trenchless Technology Services Included in Contract:
Compression Fit HDPE pipe lining
Pre-chlorinated pipe bursting
Man hole rehabilitation
MH to MH pipe bursting
Cooperative Purchasing Contracts offer government agencies a competitively bid and legally procured contract to replace and renew their water, sewer and storm pipelines. With state and local government budgets being stretched to the limit, it is essential that government leaders look for innovative ways to utilize taxpayer dollars efficiently and effectively (to do more with less).
Aggregated volume creates significant price breaks, many times in the double digit figures. The contract lowers total cost of government by better application of resources and providing more efficient operations. Partnering with a lead entity like Allied States or PCA reduces time, administrative overhead, while leveraging the experienced expertise of those with specialized knowledge in a sector.
Murphy Pipeline Contractors has several contract vehicles that municipal customers can use to procure services through piggybacking in the state of Florida and elsewhere.