Massachusetts Town Issues RFP for Fiber Network

MOUNT WASHINGTON, MA — The town of Mount Washington, Massachusetts, is accepting bids from qualified companies experienced in the design and construction of a fiber to the home (FTTH) active Ethernet network. The Network consists of approximately 19.5 miles of backbone, distribution and drop fiber optic cable connecting approximately 85 homes using Optical Network Terminals (ONT) to the active Ethernet equipment in the Mount Washington town hall.

The bidder will be required to perform all work, which includes the utility pole applications, management and oversight of utility pole make-ready effort, final design (if needed) of the network, construction, commission and one year of maintenance.

The network will have easy, efficient capability to expand to all buildings in Mount Washington. The bidder shall finalize the design, as needed, with the approval in writing of the town, but otherwise comply with all plans and specifications referred to in the documents provided. The bidder shall verify all information provided by the town to ensure it provides a fixed-sum contract to perform the work as well as what, if any additional costs may be required.

Bids will be received until 7:00 pm on Monday, March 14, 2016. All bids should be sent to:

Selectboard
118 East Street
Mt. Washington, MA 01258

Copies of the RFP and all plans and accompanying Exhibits can be obtained by clicking here. A non-refundable payment of $100.00 will be required to receive a hard copy package of the contract documents and to do so, contact Gail Garrett at (413) 528-9264.


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