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L8777 The Organized Community Action Program, Inc., a private, non-profit organization, is accepting applications for contractors interested in bidding on homes to be weatherized in any or all of the agency's weatherization service areas of Barbour, Bullock, Butler, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Lowndes, and Pike Counties. Work includes but is not limited to the insulation of attic, side wall, and floor/belly, air sealing with two-part foam, proper operation blower door technology, duct repair/replacement, HVAC repair/replacement, vented space heater repair/replacement, and other applicable minor repairs. All work must be completed according to Department of Energy guidelines set forth in the Standard Work Specifications (SWS). Approximately 45 houses are scheduled to be assessed in the 12 county service areas. Funds will be paid from the Department of Energy (DOE) weatherization grant, the Low Income Weatherization Program Grant (LIWAP), and the USDA Rural Development Housing Preservation Grant (HUD). To be eligible to bid, contractors must provide a copy of his/her State of Alabama business license, Alabama Homebuilder's or Contractor's license, liability and workers compensation insurance, Lead Certification, proof of weatherization training, and a completed W9 form. Please provide telephone and fax numbers along with an email address if available. Three references will be required. Copies of the above items can be mailed to OCAP, Inc. Attention: Annette Shepherd, 507 North Three Notch Street, Troy, Alabama 36081 or presented at the contractors meeting listed below. A contractors meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 10, at 10:00 AM at the central office located at 105 College Drive, Troy, AL 36081 to explain work procedures and to verify contractor eligibility. For additional information contact Annette Shepherd, Weatherization Coordinator, at (334) 566-1712.

507 North Three Notch Street, Dothan, AL 36303

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