The town of Addison, Texas invited bids for cleaning and professional hand painting at six projects located at five city park sites, including the unique “Blueprints” Sculpture.
The contract includes cleaning and recoating the support arms and metal components on the Blueprints Sculpture with an epoxy-acrylic polyurethane system, in a specially blended “Sharpie Blue” color from The Sherwin-Williams Company.
Blueprints at Addison Circle is a vase-like structure containing poles that reach out over the street, and is topped with five floating art panels, each a blueprint tracery of a phase in the town's development, according to the city’s website.
Additional cleaning and painting are planned for metal fencing on a hiking/biking trail and dog park, handrails, and light poles. The contract also includes additive alternates for painting various surfaces at project sites including bike racks, metal benches, trash cans, and bollards, and for sealing wooden slats on benches.
The submittal date for the bidding is Jan. 24, 2011. The estimated cost is $27,700.
Reported by Paint BidTracker, a construction reporting service devoted to identifying contracting opportunities for the coatings community.