NOTICE TO BIDDERS Shiel Sexton / Powers, JV shall accept bids for the BALL STATE UNIVERSITY NEW RESIDENCE HALL 1 project located in Muncie, Indiana, Northeast of Johnson Complex A. Contracts Contract 01 Mass Excavation / Site Utilities Contract 02 Structural Concrete / Site Concrete / Waterproofing / Dock Equipment Contract 03 Masonry Contract 04 Structural / Misc. Steel / Stairs Contract 05 Fireproofing Contract 06 Roofing Contract 07 Curtainwalls / Storefronts / Sky Lights / Louvers / Metal Panels Contract 08 Framing / Drywall / DFH / Overhead Doors Contract 09 Ceramic Tile Contract 10 Carpet / Resilient / Resinous Flooring Contract 11 Finish Carpentry / Casework Contract 12 Painting Contract 13 Toilet Partitions / Accessories / Fireplace Contract 14 Elevators Contract 15 Fire Protection Contract 16 Plumbing Contract 17 HVAC Contract 18 Electrical / Telecom / Fire Alarm Shiel Sexton / Powers, JV shall accept sealed bids at: Ball State University Purchasing Services Service Stores 3401 N. Tillotson Avenue Muncie, IN 47306 See critical dates times listed below (all local time): Issued for Bid: July 5, 2018 at 8:00 AM Pre Bid Meeting: July 10, 2018 at 9:30 AM at BSU Alumni Center, Assembly Hall located 2800 W. Bethel Ave. Muncie, IN 47306 Bids Due: August 2, 2018 at 10:00 AM Public Bid Opening: August 2, 2018 at 10:15 AM at BSU Alumni Center, Assembly Hall located 2800 W.
This is one busy Tuesday with several big draws opening all at the same time. Our friends at 260SampleSale have set heavy hitters RAG BONE at 260 Fifth Avenue and PAUL SMITH on Wooster Street against each other through the rest of the week. The Paul Smith preview had the anticipated bounty of product, especially in shoes, but the Rag Bone selection was noticeably slimmer that what we have come to expect from that label unless there is more merchandise coming in.
Brand Undefeated, but, sadly, none of their coveted sneaker collaborations. The home section, upstairs on the women leve, was also departure. While this has always seemed like a particularly dorm room driven department, here you will find a somewhat more sophisticated point of view.
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