To move or salvage a home located at 65 E. 300 S. Richfield, UT 84701.




Proposals are being accepted for the house, garage, and sheds to be moved off-site and/or restored on your own lot. The house, garage, and sheds will be offered for sale by sealed bid, with preference given to proposals to move and restore the house. However, in the event that no such proposals are received, proposals for salvage will be considered. The house must be moved on or before January 10th, 2022.


All permits, relocation costs, insurance requirements, and restoration costs for the house are the responsibility of the successful bidder. The successful bidder, whether moving or salvaging, will be required to clean up the site including all debris and remnants of the house from the site.


The successful bidder will be responsible for leaving the site in a stable, safe condition, including repairing/restoring any areas damaged during removal/salvaging operations and bringing in necessary dirt to fill in and level the hole left from removing the foundation & footings. Properly coordinated disconnection of water, natural gas, sewer, and electrical connections as well as any necessary street repairs required by Richfield City is the responsibility of the successful bidder.


The successful bidder is responsible for securing the site during demolition or removal. The successful bidder will furnish and erect any fencing required by Richfield City to secure the site.


The successful bidder will remove the building, the foundation, including foundations walls, footing, and basement slabs; also steps, on‐grade concrete slabs, and concrete driveway. The excavation remaining after removal of the buildings will be filled to the level of the surrounding grade with clean granular‐type fill material. Properly sloped and compacted and prevent ponding.




The home was constructed in 1975.

Modular home with 1,792 square feet of heated space.

Attached garage.

Central heat and air conditioning.

Four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Three sheds.

The house is being offered “as is” and without a warranty of any kind.




Parties who are interested in viewing the house are encouraged to set up a time with Holly Kunzler, CUCC Tri-County Team Leader (435-896-8236), or David Bradley, CUCC Maintenance (435-919-7900).




Interested parties must accept the following key obligations:


1. The interested party must respond to this RFP by noon on Monday, November 29th, 2021 at

CUCC Richfield Office (255 South Main, Richfield, UT 84701).  Proposals should be sealed and

clearly marked “Request For Proposals: 65 E. 100 S. Richfield, UT)  Proposals received after the 

closing time and date will be returned unopened. Faxed or emailed proposals will not be accepted.


2. Financial Viability. All interested parties will be responsible for demonstrating that they have

the financial capacity to perform the project, as described. Proof of financial capacity may

include a certified financial statement or letter from an approved lending institution that the

bidder can fulfill the obligation as listed.


3. The interested party must procure any and all permits and approvals from any and all

regulatory agencies, utilities, etc., for relocation or salvage and provide copies to CUCC.


4. The interested party must enter into a purchase agreement in a form approved by CUCC,

incorporating all provisions determined reasonably necessary to allow the

project to proceed, including but not limited to insurance, site cleanup requirements,

acceptance of building “as is” and without warranty and an acknowledgment of CUCC’s

right to demolish the building if it is not relocated by the scheduled deadline.


5. The interested party must cover all moving costs associated with relocating or removing the

house. The relocation of the house must be undertaken by a qualified, licensed house moving

contractor. Water, sewer, natural gas, and electrical disconnections shall be performed by a 

licensed contractor.  Qualifications of the house moving and/or demolition

contractor will be subject to CUCC approval. Any contractors will be required to provide

evidence of at least $1,000,000.00 liability insurance and bonding. 


6. The interested party must be in a position to complete the relocation on or before January 

10th, 2022(the final relocation date). In no event may the structure remain at the site after this



7. The successful bidder will need to agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless (CUCC), its

officers, employees, and insurers from and against all liability, claims, and

demands, court costs, and attorney’s fees, including those arising from any third party claim

asserted against (CUCC), its officers, employees, or insurers on account of

injury, loss, or damage, including without limitation claims arising from bodily injury, personal

injury, sickness, disease, death, property damage or loss, or any other loss of any kind

whatsoever, which arise out of or are in any way related to the above-described activities,

whether or not caused by our act, omission, negligence, or other fault of (CUCC), its officers, its

employees, or by any other cause.




Please provide a concise and specific proposal that addresses each of the following areas:


1. Proposed Use: A statement of the interested party’s intention to relocate or salvage

the home.


2. Proposed Strategy For Timely Completion: A statement of the date for removal of the

structure from the property, as well as a description of the interested party’s strategy to

accomplish the relocation of the house in a timely and professional manner.


3. Financial Capability: Proof that the interested party has the financial capability to perform the

responsibilities of the project.


4. Other Factors: A description of any other factors that the CUCC should take into consideration.




CUCC staff will review the proposals, as well as any additional information that may be requested from

the applicants based on the following criteria:

1. CUCC clearly states its preference for the relocation of this home.


2. CUCC will consider the financial terms of the proposals, although

preference will be given to relocation proposals rather than salvage proposals.


3. CUCC will consider the proposed date for the removal of the structure in a

timely and professional manner. CUCC may require additional information regarding the

financial aspects of the project, details on individuals or corporations involved in the project, or

other information deemed necessary for review and final selection.




CUCC, at its sole discretion, may select the successful interested party under this RFP. CUCC reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. CUCC reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to rescind its selection of any interested party under this RFP, and any subsequent agreement implementing its selection, in the event that CUCC determines, in its sole judgment, that:

1. CUCC cannot reach an agreement with the selected interested party under the

proposed terms and conditions for the conveyance of the building to the interested party, and


2. There is any other procedural or substantive issue relating to the development of the

project. It is anticipated that CUCC will select the preferred proposal on November 29th, 2021.



Specific questions regarding this RFP should be addressed to David Bradley,, 435-919-7900.