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Contract Details

0000007047
Public Works ID No:
0000007047
Title:
CANDLESTICK POINT VEHICLE TRIAGE CENTER - PHASE 2
Request for Bids or Qualifications/Proposals
Estimated Cost/Contract Amount:
Approximately $1,321,048.00
Due Date:
07/20/2022
Due Time:
02:30PM
Bid/Proposal Submission Location:
Quotations shall be submitted online via ShareFile until 2:30:00 p.m. on July 20, 2022, after which the bid opening will be conducted live online via Microsoft Teams. Contract Administration will email the Microsoft Teams meeting information to all Plan Holders approximately 24 hours prior to bid opening.
Duration:
195 consecutive calendar days
Project Zip Code:
Advertisement Date:
07/12/2022
Contacts
Contact Type Contact Name Contact Email
Project Manager Marc Macaraeg Marc.Macaraeg@sfdpw.org
City’s Contractor Development Program City’s Contractor Development Program cdp@imwis.com
Pre-Bid/Pre-Proposal Conference
Location:
An onsite pre-bid meeting will be held at 1:30PM on Thursday, July 14, 2022 at the project site located at 500 Hunter’s Point Expressway, San Francisco, CA. The project entrance is approximately 220 feet East along Hunter’s Point Expressway from the intersection of Gilman Avenue and Donahue Street.
Date:
07/14/2022
Time:
01:30PM
Attendance:
Project Scope
Project Description
The project is located on an existing parking lot at Candlestick Point State Recreation Area in San Francisco, as part of a lease agreement between the City of San Francisco and California State Lands Commission. The project will retrofit the parking lot to create a vehicle triage center, a safe place for people experiencing homelessness to park their cars and receive services. This project is under the City and County of San Francisco Emergency Ordinance 61-19 and part of the Mayor’s COVID-19 relief effort.
Phase 1 of the project is already completed, and the site is opened to 51 client vehicles (77 residents). An office trailer, guard shack, and several storage containers are currently the only buildings on site. Services like mobile showers and porta potties are also provided. There is a 6’ high chain-link perimeter fence with privacy slats and pedestrian and vehicular gates. The site currently uses mobile lighting towers for site lighting.
The scope of work of Phase 2 for this project involves upgrading utilities including electrical, water, and sewerage. New primary electrical service infrastructure shall be installed to provide power to each RV, trailer, etc. New site lighting shall be installed. A new sump pump shall tie into an existing sanitary sewer force main line and new sewerage connections will be installed to owner furnished office, shower, and restroom trailers as well as an existing restroom building. The owner furnished office trailers and shower/restroom trailers shall be connected to two existing 2” domestic water lines. There may be approximately 150 vehicles total (combination of RV’s and passenger vehicles) during construction, so construction activities require careful coordination with the City representatives.
Insurance
Insurance Type Amount
Requirements
  1. 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”).
  2. 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)].
  3. This Project shall incorporate the required partnering elements for Partnering Level 1. Refer to Section 01 31 33 for more details.
  4. 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.
  5. The Specifications include liquidated damages. Contract will be on a Lump Sum Bid Items basis. Progressive payments will be made.
  6. The Contract will be awarded to the lowest responsible responsive bidder.
  7. A quote may be rejected if the City determines that any of the bid item prices are materially unbalanced to the potential detriment of the City.
  8. 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.
  9. For information on the City’s Contractor Development Program, call (415) 986-3999 or email cdp@imwis.com. A corporate surety bond or certified check for ten percent (10%) of the amount bid must accompany each quote. Administrative Code Section 6.22(a) requires all construction greater than $25,000 to include performance and payment bonds for 100% of the contract award.
  10. Class "A" license is required to bid.
  11. In accordance with Administrative Code Chapter 6, no Quote is accepted and no contract in excess of the Threshold Amount is awarded by the City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Works until such time as the Mayor approves the contract for award and the Director of Public Works then issues an order of award.
  12. Minimum wage rates for this project must comply with the current General Prevailing Wage as determined by the State Department of Industrial Relations. Minimum wage rates other than applicable to General Prevailing Wage must comply with Administrative Code Chapter 12P, Minimum Compensation Ordinance.
  13. Beginning on September 1, 2022, no Quote is accepted and no contract in excess of the Threshold Amount is awarded by the City and County of San Francisco until such time the Director of Public Works recommends the contract for award and the Public Works Commission then adopts a resolution awarding the Contract.
  14. Pursuant to Charter Section 3.105, all contract awards are subject to certification by the Controller as to the availability of funds.
  15. If a bidder objects on any ground to any bid specification or legal requirement imposed by this Invitation for Quotations, 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.
  16. Right reserved to reject any or all bids and waive any minor irregularities.
Bid Documents or RFQ/P Package
  1. Digital files of Bid Documents, Plan Holders Lists, and Addenda may be downloaded at no cost from the Department of Public Works (DPW) Electronic Bid Documents Download site at the https://bsm.sfdpw.org/ContractAdmin/
  2. Please visit the Contracts, Bids and Payments webpage at http://www.sfpublicworks.org for more information (click on Resources > Contractor Resources).
  3. Notices regarding Addenda and other bid changes will be distributed by email to Plan Holders.
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