Somerset County School District

There will be a public Board of Education  transportation work session next Tuesday July 24th at 4:00P.M. at the Central Office.  It will be held in Conference Room A.








Sealed Bids for this project shall be accepted by Somerset County Board of Education, 7982A Tawes Campus Drive, Westover, Maryland 21871 until 10:00 a.m. local time on Wednesday May 9, 2018, at which time they shall be opened and read aloud.


The Scope of Work under this contract includes all plant, labor, materials, tools, equipment, superintendence, transportation and performing all work in strict accordance with the Specifications for description of work. Anticipated Notice of Award is tentatively dated July 1, 2018.  The Contract period shall be for one (1) year beginning upon award and remaining in full force until June 30, 2019, unless terminated by the Owner.  The Owner has the right to renew this contract for two (2) periods of one (1) year.  Notification of renewal in writing will be issued by the Owner at the end of each contract period.

 Contractors are encouraged to visit the sites but may do so by appointment only by contacting, Daniele Haley, Supervisor of Facilities & Capital Planning via e-mail at Please do not contact anyone other than Mrs. Haley regarding this project.
All Bids shall be Lump Sum Amount except as noted otherwise on the bid form. All responsive Bids shall be held valid for at least ninety (90) calendar days after the Bid Opening date. 
Please submit 1 paper copy of the information. 
Bidding Documents may be picked-up at the following location or downloaded below:
Somerset County Board of Education
7982A Tawes Campus Drive
Westover, Maryland 21871



The Facilities Division is responsible for the construction and maintenance of the ten Somerset County Public School buildings as well as the Central Office and Maintenance buildings. The goals of the Somerset County Public Schools Facilities Division are:

  1. To provide buildings that function at top efficiency.
  2. To provide buildings that are safe, sanitary, properly equipped, lighted, ventilated and aesthetically suited to promoting the goals of the schools.
  3. To maintain the plant, buildings and grounds and fixed equipment in such a manner as to eliminate or reduce; fires, accidents, and safety hazards.
  4. To provide continuous use of facilities without disruptions to the educational program.
  5. To protect public property by planned and scheduled repair or maintenance.
  6. To conserve energy by insuring that the maximum results are obtained with minimum expenditure of energy and human resources.