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7,350,000 lbs approx. Structural steel. CGN 9 cruiser,(USS Long Beach). This is a three year term contract at Puget Naval Shipyard. The price per pound will be adjusted every month beginning with the first full month after the start of the contract. The price will be adjusted during the second week of the month. The revised price will be determined by taking the price of Seattle AMM No. 2 Bundle on the first Thursday of the month and dividing it into the of Seattle AMM No. 2 Bundle used on the contract start date. The percentage will be applied to the price per pound to arrive at an adjusted price. The contract will consist of heavy, and light steel, ship hull structural sections with attachments. Ship hull structure is generated from surface ship dismantlement and includes hull plating, structural bulkheads, decks, foundations, ladders, watertight doors and hatches, joiner doors, ventilation ducting, fans, cooling coils, heaters, liquid heat exchangers, radiators, galley equipment, ferrous and non-ferrous piping with plumbing fixtures and attachments, light fixtures, valves, furnishings including tables, chairs, marine machinery and other equipment with bunks, lockers and attachments. Attachments may include non-ferrous alloys such as aluminum, stainless steel, copper and cupro-nickel, brass/bronze, and foreign materials including grease, and oil residue, fiberglass insulation, hull insulation, plastic, and rubber products, glass, deck tile with underlying terrazzo and non-friable asbestos products in the form of flange gaskets, valve packing, and duct seals. Machinery may consist of reduction gears and casings, propulsion shafts, and propellers, turbine casings, pumps, condensers, compressors, refrigeration, and distilling units, auxiliary boiler, emergency diesel generators, turbine generators, anchor handling equipment, steering gear equipment, and other machinery. No electrical wire-way runs, switching components or transformers, nor freon is included. All material considered as scrap due to methods of dismantlement and demilitarization that may be required. Installed flange gaskets and valve packing may contain non-friable asbestos. Mechanical joints with suspect material shall be leak tight sealed and labeled with asbestos warning labels. Duct seal may contain asbestos fibers. Suspect materials are required to be transported, handled, and disposed of in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations.

Quantity in Lot:

1 (View Details)

Auction Type:

Sealed Bid

Open Time:

07/10/2012 12:00AM Eastern Time

Close Time:

07/12/2012 08:00PM Eastern Time

Time Left:

This lot is closed.

Item Location:

Bremerton, WA

Opening Bid:

$150.00

Current Bid:

Sealed Bid

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Description:
7,350,000 lbs approximately. Structural steel (CGN 9 cruiser, (USS long beach). This is a three year term contract at Puget Naval Shipyard.The price per pound will be adjusted every month beginning with the first full month after the start of the contract.

The price will be adjusted during the second week of the month. The revised price will be determined by taking the price of Seattle AMM No. 2 Bundle on the first Thursday of the month and dividing it into the of Seattle AMM No. 2 Bundle used on the contract start date. The percentage will be applied to the price per pound to arrive at an adjusted price.

The contract will consist of heavy, and light steel, ship hull structural sections with attachments. Ship hull structure is generated from surface ship dismantlement and includes hull plating, structural bulkheads, decks, foundations, ladders, watertight doors and hatches, joiner doors, ventilation ducting, fans, cooling coils, heaters, liquid heat exchangers, radiators, galley equipment, ferrous and non-ferrous piping with plumbing fixtures and attachments, light fixtures, valves, furnishings including tables, chairs, marine machinery and other equipment with bunks, lockers and attachments. Attachments may include non-ferrous alloys such as aluminum, stainless steel, copper and cupro-nickel, brass/bronze, and foreign materials including grease, and oil residue, fiberglass insulation, hull insulation, plastic, and rubber products, glass, deck tile with underlying terrazzo and non-friable asbestos products in the form of flange gaskets, valve packing, and duct seals. Machinery may consist of reduction gears and casings, propulsion shafts, and propellers, turbine casings, pumps, condensers, compressors, refrigeration, and distilling units, auxiliary boiler, emergency diesel generators, turbine generators, anchor handling equipment, steering gear equipment, and other machinery. No electrical wire-way runs, switching components or transformers, nor freon is included.

All material considered as scrap due to methods of dismantlement and demilitarization that may be required. Installed flange gaskets and valve packing may contain non-friable asbestos. Mechanical joints with suspect material shall be leak tight sealed and labeled with asbestos warning labels. Duct seal may contain asbestos fibers. Suspect materials are required to be transported, handled, and disposed of in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. The contractor will provide, at their expense, one 200' x 50 -60' or equivalent commercial barge for loading of large ships hull sections. Maximum weight per section is 100,000 pounds. With the average weight of loaded barge pieces being approximately 62,500 pounds, watertight integrity is of elevated importance, and shall be maintained on all delivered barges. All delivered barges will have no less than four mooring lines. Mooring lines are to be of suitable size and strength for mooring fully loaded barges. Barge loading decks will be clean and free of all forms of construction debris such as timbers, sand, and rocks. Initial barge availability will be provided upon 7 days written or verbal notification and shall be on a continual rotating basis. Continual rotating basisis defined as maintaining an empty barge at PSNS during peak loading periods, as notified by the shipyard. Approximate peak loading period should begin fourteen months (November 2013) into this ship breaking undertaking. Barges may be held at PSNS for loading for periods not to exceed 5 days on average. Weather conditions and equipment operations may affect ability to load and dispatch barges at any given time. Contractor will be notified of these delays and afforded the opportunity to remove partially loaded commercial barges.

Due to the size and shapes of ships hull material, safety, and load stability concerns, there are no minimum barge load weights specified or implied. Individual piece weights will be recorded, and tallied for total barge weights, this total weight will be final weight for billing purposes. Loaded barges shall be rotated out with empty barges within 24 working hours of written or verbal notification. Smaller recycled material pieces or equipment may be loaded onto flatbed tractor-trailers, Or loaded into open top 30 - 40 cubic yard capacity roll-off containers that use a cable bale system only. The contractor shall maintain a minimum quantity of two containers at the shipyard for accumulation of scrap recycling products. Initial two containers will be required during the month of August 2012. The contractor will label their containers with the company name, the container tare weight and an identifying number. Labeling will be of a permanent nature. PSNS reserves the right to verify all tare weights of containers when delivered to the shipyard. PSNS reserves the right to refuse any roll-off containers determined to be in an unsafe or poor condition. The contractor will be required to replace any roll-off container in an unsafe or poor condition within 48 hours of notification of the subject container. The contractor is required to remove full roll-off containers and replace them with empty containers within two workdays of verbal notification and within four workdays of written notification by Government Liquidation or its PSNS representative when removal is required. You are responsible for rigging, loading, securing and transporting purchased property, including all costs and risks associated with removal. Unless otherwise stated, we will provide a free tailgate loading but will NOT guaranty a specific loading time. In consideration for this 'no cost' loading service, you agree to release, hold us harmless and waive any and all claims, causes of actions, damages (including consequential damages or loss of use) or liabilities of any kind or nature. Transportation conveyances are required to have tarpaulin capabilities.

All personnel entering the Puget Sound naval shipyard for viewing or pick-up are required to be United States citizens. A true copy of persons birth certificate with raised seal or valid passport along with a form I-9 will need to be presented at the pass and Id office. An entrance letter to Puget Sound Naval shipyard must be obtained from John Miller at 253-966-1430 and returned at least 3 days prior to viewing or initial pick-up time. Pictures are representative of actual product. Superstructure of cruiser has been removed.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: For all Scrap Term Contracts, the Winning bidder is responsible for providing a down payment based on the winning bid price. New winning bidders must deposit 25% of the winning bid. Repeat Winning Bidders must deposit 10% of the winning bid. This deposit will be refunded upon the end of the Term. Down Payment is due within (3) business days of the award of the Term Contract.

Item Manifest
  FSC NSN1 Units Cond2 Acq. Value3 Description1
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1 EA $0.00 Scrap Place Holder BQ
DTID:
PLACEHOLDERBQ
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  • 1
    Information contained in the Item Manifest is third-party information that has been provided by an additional source. This information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed by Government Liquidation. It is not intended to be used as the sole basis for bidding, and should not be taken in lieu of buyer's own due diligence.
  • 2
    DLA Disposition Services Federal Condition Codes. Click on code for more information.

Payment

  • FORMS OF PAYMENT: Acceptable forms of payment include PayPalTM, VisaTM, MastercardTM, American ExpressTM, cashier's check, money order, wire transfer and company check with a bank letter of guarantee. Please note that GL does not accept cash, ACH Deposits, personal checks or pre-paid debit cards.
  • If you choose a form of payment other than a credit card, the following information must accompany a letter of instruction:
    Company name (if applicable)
    Customer name
    Telephone number
    Sales event number or contract number
    Signature and date
  • The name and address on the Government Liquidation user account must match the name and billing address of the credit card used for the bidding and purchase, or the charge will be rejected.
  • ALL FUNDS MUST COME FROM THE REGISTRANT. GL WILL NOT ACCEPT THIRD PARTY FUNDS OF ANY KIND FOR ANY REASON.
  • You must make payment in full within 3 business days of the official invoice date unless otherwise stated. The date of the invoice is not counted as the first day for purposes of calculating the payment deadline.
  • Credit cards submitted online will automatically be charged the full amount of your purchase (including buyer's premium and taxes) the next business day after the sale closes, unless otherwise noted on our website and unless you contact us prior to the close of the sale.
  • Credit cards will not be accepted for any invoice in excess of $10,000; customers must submit payment via certified funds (i.e., wire transfer, cashier's check).

Contact Info

Item Location: 1400 Farragut Avenue
Bremerton, WA 98314
Facility Manager: Site Manager
Facility EMail: info@govliquidation.com
Country of Origin: US
Contact Phone: 1 (480) 367-1300

Shipping Info

Approximate Lot Weight: 7350000
Weight UOM: LB
Shipping QTY: 1 EA
Approximate Dim. or Lot Cube: 1'(L x W x H)
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Preview & Loadout

Preview Arrangements:

By appointment only. No customer escorting available for preview. Contact Lonny Jenkerson at (253) 966-6372 or John Miller (253) 966-1430 for Scrap Sales

Loadout Procedures:

Load by appointment only within 10 business days of a paid in full invoice Contact Lonny Jenkerson at (253) 966-6372 or John Miller at (253) 966-1430 for Scrap Sales

Secuity Procedures:

Must have current ID, proof of car insurance and current car registration. Contact Lonny Jenkerson at (253) 966-6372 or John Miller (253) 966-1430 for Scrap Sales

Maps & Directions

1400 Farragut Avenue
Bremerton, WA 98314
1400 Farragut Avenue, Bremerton, WA 98314
Bidding Restrictions

EUC Certificate Required

All winning Bids in this Lot require an End-User-Certificate (EUC). No Lots will be sold to any prohibited entity.
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