The bid document states a walkthrough is mandatory, why is that? and what happens if I do not attend?

Sometimes, depending on the complexity or some specific issue tied to the project being bid, we may require a mandatory walk-through to ensure the interested bidders understand why something may not be typical and should be considered carefully in their bid. This protects both the bidder and the county from future issues that may create issues for either the county or the bidder. If a bid document states that a walkthrough is "mandatory", any interested bidder must attend at the appointed time and place. The county keeps a record of those who attended the walkthrough. Any firm's bid that is submitted will be deemed Non-Responsive" if the firm did not have a representative at the walkthrough. Grant County typically does not require walkthroughs for most projects,

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1. How does one become a member of the MRSC roster so we can learn of bid opportunities with the County?
2. Why Aren’t public works projects listed on the county web page?
3. Does the County have its own bond form for bids?
4. The bid document states a walkthrough is mandatory, why is that? and what happens if I do not attend?
5. If my company perfroms a public work for the County do I have to pay "prevailing wage"?