Double-wide modular office disassembly required, make and model are unknown, unit is believed to have been manufactured in 1979, acquired in 1989, model building type: MB05 steel light frame. S/N 17238-39, building measurements are as follows: width -24ft 10in, soffit 24in both sides (add to width), breaker box and conduit are 6in added to width, length 60ft 4in, gate 19ft 5in (GATE THE UNIT MUST FIT THROUGH AFTER SPLIT IN HALF / DISASSEMBLED), approx. gross floor area (sq. ft.) is 1440, approx. usable area (sq. ft.) is 1370. Used infrequently as a backup office. General layout is an open floor plan on 1 2 of the entire length of the unit. On the other half end is an enclosed 10 x 10 office, a 10 x 15 utility room on the other half end. In the middle of the second half are restrooms and meeting storage breakroom nook, front and back porch/ stairs are included, no known roof leak issues. REMOVAL: **DOUBLE-WIDE MUST BE SPLIT IN HALF AND LOADED IN A WAY SO IT FITS THROUGH THE YARD GATE (GATE 19FT 5IN)**. Please keep this added labor and time commitment in mind when bidding. WAPA will NOT remove sections of the chain link. Removal times, dates, and the units loading and removed must be coordinated with John Waltman (Waltman@wapa.gov, 307-638-8772). Repairs are needed, additional deficiencies are unknown, sold as-is, inspection is highly recommended prior to bidding, bidders are responsible for packing and removal, inspection and removal by appointment only. 89827700090001
Inspection and Removal Information:
Property Location Information:
*****CLOSED WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS*****
***INSPECTION AND REMOVAL BY APPOINTMENT ONLY***
**BIDDERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PACKING AND REMOVAL**
Inspection and Removal Information:
Property Location and inquiries/questions regarding property inspection and/or removal:
Dept Of Energy
Western Area Power Adminstration
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Contact: Ed Fernandez
For inquiries/questions regarding contractual issues, contact the following sales contracting officer/property disposal specialist:
For inquiries/questions regarding payments ONLY, see the Payment and Removal section of the FAQ's located at the top right of this page OR refer to the contact information provided on your notice of award email.
Auction Description and Bidding Rules
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- Current High Bid
- 10 USD
- Reserve Price
- Reserve Price Amount
- Bid increment
- 3 USD
- Inactivity period
- Run length
- Inactivity period for reduction of Bid Increment
- Reduction of bid increment
- Reduction of bid increment limit
- 2 USD
- Start Time
- 06/20 10:00 AM CT
- Close Time
- 07/04 10:00 AM CT
This auction will end in one of these ways:
- At the auction close time if no bids (proxy or flat) are placed within the inactivity period, or the auction is not subject to a inactivity period.
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Competing Proxy Limits
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Winning & Trading
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Reduction of Bid Increment Notes
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Note: When "Compatible" bidding occurs (two or more bids of the same amount are submitted), the "high bid" is determined by GSA Auctions system's evaluation, based on the time of submission and/or by proxy.
To enhance bidder privacy, and protect GSA Auctions users from fraudulent emails, GSA Auctions has changed how User IDs are displayed on the bid history page. Only you can view your User ID, all other members will see anonymous user IDs, such as Bidder*.
As of February 14, 2009 bidders will be assigned the actual bidder number for the sale/lot based on when they placed their bid, if you are the first bidder for this sale you will see Bidder#1, if you are the second bidder you will see Bidder#2.
Bidders in the Auction (Current top 10 bidders)
| Bidder#1 (Current High Bid)
|| 10 USD
||06/23/2020 02:43:13 PM CT
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