DISCLAIMER: The information provided below is a summary of the project.
Addenda and other bid changes will be distributed by email only to Plan Holders with email addresses,
and will be posted on the DPW Electronic Bid Documents Download Site.
DPW is not liable for damages or costs incurred in connection with the use of, or any reliance upon, any information contained on this website. The bid information is subject to typographical error.
Public Works ID NO:
6TH STREET PEDESTRIAN SAFETY PROJECT
Request for Bids or Qualifications/Proposals
Estimated Cost/Contract Amount:
In excess of $11,900,000.00
Bid/Proposal Submission Location:
Bids will be received online via file upload until 2:30:00 p.m. on August 19, 2020, after which they will be publicly opened and read online.
858 consecutive calendar days
Project Zip Code:
Local Business Enterprise (LBE)
City's Surety Bond Program
A pre-bid meeting will be held by conference call on Thursday, July 23, 2020 starting at 11:00 a.m.
Refer to Section 00 21 13 Appendix B for a guide to joining a Microsoft Teams meeting.
Digital files of Bid Documents, Plan Holders Lists, and Addenda may be downloaded at no cost from the Public Works Electronic Bid Documents Download site at www.sfpublicworks.org/biddocs.
Please visit the Contracts, Bids and Payments webpage at www.sfpublicworks.org for more information (click on Resources > Contractor Resources).
Notices regarding Addenda and other bid changes will be distributed by email to Plan Holders.
On July 1, 2014, the registration program under section 1725.5 of the California Labor Code went into effect. The program requires that all contractors and subcontractors who bid or work on a public works project register and pay an annual fee to the California Department of Industrial Relations (“DIR”).
No contractor or subcontractor may be listed in a bid or awarded a contract for a public works project unless registered with the DIR as required by Labor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this requirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section 1771.1(a)].
This Project shall incorporate the required partnering elements for Partnering Level 3. Refer to Section 01 31 33 for more details.
Pursuant to San Francisco Administrative Code (“Administrative Code”) Section 6.25 and Chapter 25 of the Environment Code, “Clean Construction” is required for the performance of all work.
This Contract is subject to the requirements of Administrative Code Chapter 12X, which prohibits contracting in states with laws that allow discrimination. The City is prohibited from entering into any Contract with a Contractor that has its United States headquarters in a state on the Covered State List or where any or all of the work on the contract will be performed in any of those states on the Covered State List. Administrative Code Chapter 12X and a list of states on the Covered State List can be found at: http://sfgsa.org/chapter-12x-anti-lgbt-state-ban-list.
The Specifications include liquidated damages. Contract will be on a Unit Price basis. Progressive payments will be made.
Bidders are advised that this is a federal-aid project subject to equal employment opportunity provisions and the Small Business Enterprise (SBE) program. The SBE participation goal is 25%. Bidders shall demonstrate in the bid good faith outreach efforts if this participation goal is not met. The CMD 10% Bid Discount is not applicable to this Contract. Call Selormey Dzikunu at 415-939-9339 or Selormey.Dzikunu@sfdpw.org for details.
Class "A" license required at time of award.
For information on the City’s Surety Bond and Finance Program, call 415-986-3999 or email@example.com.
A corporate surety bond or certified check for ten percent (10%) of the amount bid must accompany each bid. Refer to the Project Manual for further instructions regarding submission requirements for bid security.
In accordance with Administrative Code Chapter 6, no bid is accepted and no contract in excess of Threshold is awarded by the City and County of San Francisco until such time as the Mayor or the Mayor’s designee approves the contract for award, and the Director of Public Works then issues an order of award. Pursuant to Charter Section 3.105, all contract awards are subject to certification by the Controller as to the availability of funds.
Minimum wage rates for this project must comply with the current General Prevailing Wage as determined by the State Department of Industrial Relations and the Federal General Prevailing Wage Determinations of the Secretary of Labor under the Copeland Act. Minimum wage rates other than applicable to General Prevailing Wage must comply with SFAC Chapter 12P, Minimum Compensation Ordinance.
Bidders are hereby advised that the Contractor to whom the Contract is awarded must be certified by the Contract Monitoring Division as being in compliance with the Equal Benefits Provisions of Chapter 12B of the Administrative Code within two weeks after notification of award.
If a bidder objects on any ground to any bid specification or legal requirement imposed by this Advertisement for Bids, the bidder shall, no later than the 10th working day prior to the date of Bid opening, provide written notice to the Contract Administration Division, San Francisco Public Works, setting forth with specificity the grounds for the objection.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids and waive any minor irregularities.